Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 4/7/17

Craig Brown Band–The Lucky Ones Forget Detroit’s Craig Brown released his debut full-length via Third Man Records (SWOON), and it’s a countrified hum-dinger. Equal parts honky-tonk hillbilly and dive bar derelict, Brown has crafted a rock and pedal steel-infused collection… Continue Reading

Watch Lee Fields & The Expressions Live at Boiler Room Weekender

Last November, Boiler Room partnered with Ray-Ban for their biggest US show to date,  The RBxBR Weekender in The Poconos. Lee Fields & The Expressions performed a scorching set at the festival, and are currently on tour, performing this weekend at Knoxville, Tennessee’s Rhythm N’ Blooms Fest… Continue Reading

Album Review: Imelda May – Life. Love. Flesh. Blood

It has been three years since Irish singer-songwriter Imelda May’s last studio release.  Drawing on her personal changes during that time–primarily the end of her eighteen year marriage–May has crafted an intimate and revealing work with her upcoming fifth album… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Broken Road” by Gwyneth Moreland

Great Americana music has a down-home feel, and Cider, the new album from Northern California folk songstress Gwyneth Moreland, embodies that sentiment; everything about Cider is homegrown—its songs were written locally, recorded locally, and will be distributed by local label… Continue Reading

”Like I Used To” – New Music from Siv Jakobsen

Norwegian indie folk songstress Siv Jakobsen has released ”Like I Used To,” the first track from her debut LP, slated for release later this year. Both the single and album were recorded over the summer at London’s Urchin Studios, under the masterful hand of producer Matt Ingram… Continue Reading