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This Friday, January 30th, at Noon, singer and songwriter Father John Misty is playing a sold out Free At Noon concert on WXPN. He’s playing a sold out show at Union Transfer on April 1st. Father John (real name Josh Tillman) releases his new album, I Love You Honeybear on February 10th. Continue reading →
Seth Avett of The Avett Brothers and singer, songwriter and guitarist Jessia Lea Mayfield have teamed up on a collaboration of cover songs of Elliott Smith, the influential singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon, who died in 2003 at the age of 34 from stab wounds. Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield Sing Elliott Smith is out March 17th and features some of Smith’s best known songs including “Baby Britain,” “Between The Bars,” and “Roman Candle,” the title song to his debut release in 1994. Continue reading →
When he was living in Virginia Beach back in 2011, Wesley Bunch spent a lot of his free time writing and recording songs for a bedroom pop project he dubbed Suburban Living. It yielded a couple releases: the Twin Peaks-referencing Cooper’s Dream EP in 2012 and the Always Eyes 7″ in 2013. And though some light touring and appearances at CMJ resulted, Bunch wanted more. Continue reading →
Sandwiched between Coachella in April and Bonnaroo in June is The Hangout Music Festival, a three day music festival held on the beach in Gulf Shores, Alabama on May 15-17. This year’s lineup featured Foo Fighters, Beck, My Morning Jacket, Foster the People, Spoon, TV on the Radio, Phantogram, Lupe Fiasco, Cold War Kids, MisterWives and many more. Continue reading →
Originally from Bloomington, Indiana, the now based in Louisville indie rock group Murder By Death are releasing their new album, Big Dark Love, on Bloodshot Records, on February 3rd. The band was recently selected as one of David Dye’s World Cafe: Next emerging artists. Continue reading →
They’re not from Kansas and they don’t sing gospel. Based in Nashville, Kansas Bible Company is a 12-piece band originally from Goshen, Indiana – the city made immortal in Strand of Oaks’ 2014 hit “Goshen 97.” The band formed in 2008 when several of its members, including lead singer Jake Miller, met at Goshen College. They took their name from the movie Paper Moon, starring Ryan O’Neal as a bible salesman named Moses Pray. Continue reading →
Wesley Geiger‘s new El Dorado is an impressive debut steeped in the country traditions of Texas and California. Bruce Warren pinpoints moments of Gram Parsons, Neil Young and Townes Van Zandt on the record, which features collaborations with Midlake’s McKenzie Smith and The Texas Gentlemen. Download “As The Crow Flies” below.