Interview: New Reveille

It’s been said that diversity is the art of thinking independently together. Rarely do life’s paths form in straight lines—and in the case of North Carolina-based Americana outfit New Reveille, those paths were varied and multi-directional. “We call it reverse… Continue Reading

“25 Miles” – New Video from Ben Morrison

The Brothers Comatose are currently taking time off to pursue various adventures, and in that spirit, member Ben Morrison has announced his debut solo EP, due out March 1st via AntiFragile Records–the EP will be followed by a second EP set for… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “All The Hornets Burn” by Michael Thomas Howard

“These songs just needed to come out, and there was no other way to go about it,” says folkster Michael Thomas Howard of his forthcoming release All The Hornets Burn, out November 16th via Soundchest Records. With deep roots in… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Make It Better” by High South

As the leaves turn and the air cools, Nashville-based trio High South distills the last vestiges of summer into 70s-tinged sunshine with their new single “Make It Better.” Comprised of singer-songwriters Kevin Campos, Jamey Garner, and Phoenix Mendoza, HIgh South… Continue Reading

“You Can’t Steal My Shine” – New Music from The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

It’s been a while since a song has made us want to jump up from our seats, throw our hands in the air, and shout hallelujah, but that’s exactly what “You Can’t Steal My Shine” from The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Tennessee Years” by Melanie Brulée

Photo credit: Emma Lee Nashville and Toronto-based Melanie Brulée will release her new album Fires, Floods & Things We Leave Behind on October 19th. Today, she unveils her new single “Tennessee Years.” A western-tinged meandering tune with understated flourishes of yearning… Continue Reading

Premiere: “The Night I Found Jesus (Down at Robert’s Western World)” by Matt Campbell

  From the first notes of Matt Campbell‘s “The Night I Found Jesus (Down at Robert’s Western World),” the imagination fills with images of a charismatic, road-worn troubadour, one like Woody Guthrie, strapped with an acoustic guitar and some scuffed-up… Continue Reading