Interview: Keaton Simons

Whoever determined that someone talented at all trades should be named “Jack” never met Keaton Simons. The Los Angeles—based singer, songwriter, sideman, collaborator, and producer began singing as soon as he determined he could make sounds, and by the ripe… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Hometown Honey” by The Herbert Bail Orchestra

Los Angeles-based collective The Herbert Bail Orchestra blends folk-rock, countricana, and blues into one soulfully delectable dish. The band began in 2011 with Anthony Frattolillo (singer, guitarist) and Andrew Katz (accordionist), childhood friends that started writing and performing music in… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Lay Down Low” by The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers

The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers, one of our favorite groups from the outstanding SoCal Americana scene, has been diligently working on their forthcoming record, No Glory. Today, we present to you the album’s lead single, “Lay Down Low.” “‘Lay Down Low’… Continue Reading

“Define My Name” – New Music from The Ferdy Mayne

Shane O’Malley Firek, the single constant member of The Ferdy Mayne, is no stranger to adversity and the physical and spiritual journeys necessary to survive it. “I was going through massive change when I was writing this material,” Firek explains of his self-titled debut album, out March… Continue Reading

Album Premiere: Volume 2 – Will And The Won’ts

Will And The Won’ts, who have been spreading their own gospel of Americana-esque folk-inspired rock n’ roll throughout the Los Angeles club scene for the last six years, will release their new full length album, Volume 2, on November 29th.… Continue Reading

Interview: Boroughs

“We’re very sorry about choosing a name that’s so hard to spell, we feel bad about that.  Actually, it’s not that hard to spell until after you’ve had a few drinks,” says Kyle Neal, lead vocalist for Boroughs, a band… Continue Reading

“Swimming Song” – New Music from Haroula Rose

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter, composer, and filmmaker, Haroula Rose, is readying her newest album, Here Blue River, for release in 2016 via Thirty Tigers.  Prior to the record’s release, she has recorded several covers including a plucky, banjo-led bluegrass inspired version of Loudon Wainwright, III’s… Continue Reading