Premiere: “New Love” by The National Reserve

The National Reserve cut their teeth doing residencies in Brooklyn clubs, vying for the thinly-spread attention of each night’s crowd–and they got really good at it. Their sound is already a classic, a unique rockicana blend that’s all their own. “Who do… Continue Reading

Interview: Shotgun Wedding

“I wasn’t born in the Blue Ridge Mountains/I’m from Valley Stream/We never hoe-downed ’til the sun came up/We played stick ball in the street” sings Dennis DelGaudio, lead vocalist of Brooklyn-based “CityCountry” band Shotgun Wedding, in the title track of… Continue Reading

Interview: John Fatum

Music is a universal language; it can convey the highest highs and the deepest depths of human emotion, it triggers memories, it defines historical eras, it unites.  Music communicates to each listener in different ways; sometimes it speaks to us,… Continue Reading

Album Review: Locked Up In My Mind – John Fatum

Sometimes I hear an album that feels so genuine and unique, it refreshes my musical palate, bringing new flavors I didn’t even know I liked.  My musical experience had been missing something for a while, but I didn’t know what–until my… Continue Reading

“Locked Up In My Mind” – New Music from John Fatum

John Fatum, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and percussionist for Americana band The Rad Trads, is releasing his debut album, Locked Up In My Mind, on December 11th via Dala Records.  Fatum’s debut is filled with songs that speak to love, love loss, and, of… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Fear Is The Devil” – The Tall Pines

Mother Church Pew and East of 8th are delighted to partner with The Tall Pines to premiere “Fear Is The Devil,” a track which will appear on the newest Communion Sampler. Combining Christmas Davis’ gruff and haunting vocals with Connie… Continue Reading