Video Premiere: “Quarter On The Ground (Song For Uncle Joe)” by Matt Andersen ft. The McCrary Sisters

Matt Andersen, award-winning purveyor of soul-shaking blues, will release Halfway Home by Morning on March 22, 2019, via True North Records. The New Brunswick native may hail from Canada, but his sound is steeped in the sweaty roots-tinged grit of the… Continue Reading

Interview: Jimmy Lumpkin & The Revival

“When I sing, that’s just what happens,” says Joe Cocker-esque soul man Jimmy Lumpkin, who emerged from his cabin he shares with his wife and his dog in the backwoods of South Alabama and traveled to California to make his… 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

Premiere: “Holding On” by Ransom Pier

New York City-based roots rock outfit Ransom Pier has unleashed “Holding On,” the lead single from the band’s forthcoming debut album. With “Holding On,” Ransom Pier embraces the fundamental elements of true American music, wielding the vintage groove of bands like… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should be On Your Radar, 10/28/16

Cris Jacobs – Dust To Gold Baltimore-based troubadour Cris Jacobs released his second solo album, Dust To Gold, last week, and it’s a doozy. With a smooth-as-silk soulful voice and some gritty guitar work, Jacobs  conveys his rocking road-worthy stories in a way that… Continue Reading

“I Just Want To Tell You” – New Music from Robert Finley

This week, 62 year old soulful blues man Robert Finley released his aptly-named debut album, Age Don’t Mean A Thing, via Big Legal Mess (Fat Possum) last week; Finley, who, at age 11, used money meant to buy shoes to purchase his… Continue Reading