MCP Sessions: Justin Townes Earle – “What’s She Crying For”

After a decade-long career as an artist, seasoned performer Justin Townes Earle is in the midst of experiencing several “firsts”– on May 26th, Earle will release his New West Records debut Kids In The Street, which marks his first time working with… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Catching You” by The Two Tracks

Wyoming-based band The Two Tracks released their brand new travel-inspired record, Postcard Town, on May 19th; today, the rootsy collective unleashes the in-studio performance video for album track “Catching You.” The band’s versatility and breadth of styles featured on Postcard Town,… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 5/19/17

Pokey LaFarge—Manic Revelations On his last album, Pokey LaFarge and his swoon-worthy trembling tenor seemed to celebrate the sounds of the late 1940s and early 1950s, and on Manic Revelations, out today, LaFarge has dipped a toe or two in the… Continue Reading

Album Review: The Steel Woods – Straw In The Wind

An ominous steel guitar introduction ushers this eager listener into the journey that is Straw In The Wind, the debut LP from Nashville-based country rock outfit The Steel Woods—as the song builds like it’s virtually rising from the mighty cypress… Continue Reading