Premiere: “Lost In This Canyon” by The Two Tracks

Heartfelt emotion. Soul-stirring sound. These are ways to describe Sheridan, Wyoming’s The Two Tracks, who will release their forthcoming album, Postcard Town, on May 19th. Produced by the legendary Will Kimbrough, the record features 11 new tracks inspired by the… Continue Reading

Interview: Driftwood Solider

Philadelphia-based mandolinist Owen Lyman-Schmidt and bassist Bobby Szafranski met coincidentally and, as musically-inclined folks tend to do, started playing together. “We were a good musical fit, and I stopped looking for other players,” recalls the quick-witted dry-humored Lyman-Schmidt. “Speaking of… Continue Reading

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

Rev. Sekou – In Times Like These Probably one of the most important and relevant albums yet of 2017, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou combines the blues learned during his youth–the sound and the experiences as well–with testimony-inspiring Pentecostal roots gospel. Sekou, a noted… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Around We Go” by Jeff Caudill

California singer-songwriter Jeff Caudill, who shot to prominence with world-touring pop-punk band Gameface in the early 1990s, embarked on an acoustic, earthier, singer/songwriter journey in the early 2000’s. With a steady stream of solo releases and a Gameface reunion under his… Continue Reading