Luke Elliot: Provisions

Singer-songwriter Luke Elliot embodies a nostalgic sound that combines touching elements of blues and folk with an enthusiastic classic rock vibe. Drawing inspiration from unique and introspective musicians including Bob Dylan, Nick Cave and Elliott Smith, listeners can truly identify Elliot as a troubled old soul stuck inside the body …

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Black Label Society: Catacombs Of The Black Vatican

By now, everybody knows of the illustrious career of heavy metal guitarist Zakk Wylde. Wylde has found his niche since bursting onto the scene with Ozzy Osbourne in the late 1980s. Catacombs Of The Black Vatican is the latest studio album from Wylde’s band, Black Label Society.

This LP has …

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The Wonder Revolution: Wow

United by the collaborative efforts of guitarist David Lord along with the virtuous expertise of The World Palindrome’s Les Easterby and Appleseed Cast drummer Nathan Wilder, Wichita-based experimental collective The Wonder Revolution is a refreshing entity that truly defined their style as an innovative outlet that breaks the mold by …

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Jenny Gillespie: Chamma

Jenny Gillespie’s forthcoming effort, Chamma, is a captivating follow-up to her previous EP, Belita, which instills a haunting yet seductive sound that lingers on the derivative esthetics of folk and electronic pop. From beginning to end, this release provides listeners with an introspective and personally inviting narrative that …

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Preston Lovinggood: Shadow Songs

Formerly of the Alabama cult band Wild Sweet Orange, Preston Lovinggood is no stranger to music. Though he stayed relatively under the radar in the couple years that followed his former band’s breakup, he returned with new material last February with his solo debut, Sun Songs, which was followed …

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The Toothe: Talons EP

Asheville, North Carolina’s charmingly interesting folk trio The Toothe once again bring to the table another delightful album. Their latest effort, Talons, is a heartwarming EP that will instantly put a smile on your face.

Identifying themselves as an “Apocalyptic Americana” band, it is quite puzzling to determine whether …

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Kaela Sinclair: Sun & Mirror

Kaela Sinclair is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Denton, Texas, who will release her debut, Sun & Mirror, on May 13. The album features her passionate voice and emotional songwriting abilities, all set to minimal music. She has been spotlighted at festivals such as South By Southwest, Red Gorilla Music …

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Dan Masterson: Learn To Live

Incorporating an emotionally-driven personality into his songwriting, Dan Masterson is an eccentric solo act who introduces a highly enthusiastic instrumental approach that breaks the mold of contemporary pop. With a plethora of influences ranging from piano-centric rock artists like Jack’s Mannequin and Regina Spektor to established alternative groups including The …

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What Moon Things: What Moon Things

What Moon Things’ eponymous album will be out June 3, and was influenced by ’90s alt rock bands like The Pixies and Modest Mouse. Their sound occasionally verges on shoegaze and post-punk, and is relaxing to lend an ear. With a lot of distortion and drawling voices, What Moon Things

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Midnite On Pearl Beach/Caleb Willitz: Bermuda/The Day Will Come

Immediately writing and recording new material while he was in the process of mixing the debut full-length, Lamplighter, singer-songwriter Justin Jahnke’s soulful rock ‘n’ roll outlet, Midnite On Pearl Beach, ambitiously move forward with their follow-up EP, Bermuda.

Without any reason to stop, this Shreveport, Louisiana, native has …

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