Live Show Review: Travis Linville 

With its intimate interior, the Basement is one of those venues where an artist can build a true connection with the room. Featuring an accoustic, mostly solo set, Oklahoma folkster Travis Linville capitalized on the cozy setting to let his… Continue Reading

Interview: Neal Casal of The Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Creativity is so important, more than ever at this point in history. “It seems like freedoms are being taken away from us rapidly, and we consider ourselves freedom fighters, if you will,” laughs the Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s own Neal Casal, who… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Tired Of Being Tired” by Todd Adelman and the Country Mile

Colorado-based singer/songwriter Todd Adelman will release his sixth full-length album, Time Will Tell, on May 12th; Adelman notes that the title sums up the album’s tracks.  “Though I named the album and wrote these songs a few years back, they… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Tidal Wave” by Roger Street Friedman

In January, singer/songwriter Roger Street Friedman released his masterwork, Shoot The Moon, via Rock Ridge Music; brimming with hook-laden, emotionally resonant rockicana, the 54 year old cohesively stitches together reflective vignettes from his real-life experiences, in a stunning display of vulnerability… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Just Couldn’t Shake the Thought of Losing You” by JR Atkins

Brooklyn-based rockicana artist JR Atkins will release his debut EP, Never Far From Lost, on May 1st; the heartfelt EP finds the young songwriter and his powerful band exploring memories of loss, abandoning self-control, and living with grief in the… Continue Reading

“Molly B Good” – New Music from Los Colognes

“Molly B Good,” the mucho fantástico new single from Nashville faves Los Colognes, is featured on their third album, The Wave, set for release on on May 12th via Big Deal Media/Thirty Tigers. The song is the second track released off the album; the band explains… Continue Reading