“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

“50 Cent Smile” – New Music from Charles Ellsworth

Brooklyn transplant Charles Ellsworth escaped the harsh New York City winter to return to his roots in Arizona and record his new album, Cesaréa, set for release on May 26th via Burro Borracho Records. Ellsworth joined forces with producer Bob Hoag (Courtney… Continue Reading

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

Quiles & Cloud – Shake Me Now The San Fransisco-based rootsy folk outfit has released Shake Me Now, via Compass Records, a 12-song collection of somber stories and sultry swagger. Maria Quiles’ smokey vocals fit Rory Cloud’s gentle tenor in a celestial… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should  Be On Your Radar, 3/10/17

Sunny Sweeney–Trophy Sunny Sweeney is unafraid to tackle heaviness in her finely-crafted classic country-style songs—in the grand tradition of women like Loretta Lynn, who weren’t afraid to take someone to “fist city,” Sweeney sings of the choice to make a… Continue Reading

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

The Kernal – Light Country There’s something refreshingly familiar about Light Country, the new full-length record from Jackson, Tennessee-based red suit wearing traditionalist, The Kernal, out via John Paul White’s Single Lock Records. With quick-witted lyrics that encompass everything from a knock-kneed ballerina who… Continue Reading

Album Review: Curtis McMurtry – The Hornet’s Nest

Beautiful—a fitting descriptor for Curtis McMurtry’s sophomore release, The Hornet’s Nest—beautiful, yes, but accessible? That’s a different matter that requires its own, deeper investigation. The Hornet’s Nest bears a humble Americana-style beginning with its spare, banjo-based “Hard Stone Blues,” but… Continue Reading

MCP Exclusive – Behind The Scenes with Ron Pope

Ron Pope, Nashville-based singer/songwriter and all-around force to be reckoned with, has been in the studio diligently working on his next record, which is set for release later this year. Pope and company put their kickstands down at Welcome To 1979,… Continue Reading