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Music Review: Cashavelly Morrison – ‘The Kingdom Belongs to a Child’

'The Kingdom Belongs to a Child' Cashavelly Morrison

There is a sweetness that pierces through the melancholy that makes ‘The Kingdom Belongs to a Child’ all the more powerful. Read More »

Music Review: Jas Patrick – ‘Inky Ovine’ EP

Jas Patrick 'Inky Bovine'

‘Inky Bovine’ is filled with numerous sounds that wrap up in a neat package brought together by soulful and rich vocals. Read More »

Music Review: J Burn – ‘Burnt Blue’ EP

J Burn 'Burnt Blue'

There is something stifling and disempowering about so much nostalgia packed into four songs. Read More »

Music Reviews: Indie Roundup – Wide-Ranging Americana from Holly Golightly, Stephen Young & the Union, Andy Hackbarth


These three new albums all fit loosely into the Americana category but are all very, very different. Two are from artists who aren't even (originally) from America. Read More »

Music Review: Jonathan Edwards – ‘Tomorrow’s Child’

Jonathan Edwards Tomorrow's Child

The crisp energy of the album's expertly performed acoustic arrangements, produced by the great singer-songwriter and all-around instrumentalist Darrell Scott, makes the songs feel both timeless and timely. Read More »

Music Reviews: Reverend Freakchild – ‘Hillbilly Zen-Punk Blues'; Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank – ‘American Shuffle’

hobo nephews of uncle frank american shuffle

Chunky grooves, spidery guitar, and homespun philosophy fuel the aptly named 'Hillbilly Zen-Punk Blues,' the latest and best-yet release from Reverend Freakchild. Read More »

Music Review: Jimbo Mathus – ‘Blue Healer’

Jimbo Mathus Blue Healer

Jimbo Mathus takes us on a wild and exhilarating mystical journey through a crazy mix of Southern musical styles. Read More »

The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – The Jayhawks; Gavin Harrison; Steve Rothery; Lonely Robot

Glen Boyd-The Rockologist feature

The Rockologist is back from the dead, with a fresh batch of new music for your consideration. Read More »

Interview: Ray Wylie Hubbard on His New Album, Writing with Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn, and Craft and Inspiration

Ray Wylie Hubbard

'I'm not really a full-tilt blues guy or a full-tilt folk guy or a full-tilt country guy or a full-tilt rock guy, I've been influenced by all those forms of music and I enjoy 'em all. So it's a good place for a songwriter to be, where you just don't have to think about the future of the song. I just write.' Read More »

Music Review: Sam Morrow – ‘Ephemeral’

Sam Morrow

This is the debut album of a young singer/songwriter with an "old soul" and a riveting sound. Read More »