Country music darling, Sunny Sweeny, has managed to stay pretty busy during “COVID times,” having released a live album this past fall and has been in the studio since August working on her new record.
At a glance, it would be easy to liken John Salvage to Ryan Bingham and then simply call it a day, but that wouldn’t be doing a songwriter of John Salvage’s caliber justice.
Fort Vine are an Indie Folk/Pop duo which consists of Trevor Tunison and Nyna Nelson. Together, they create beautiful, joyful and carefully crafted Folk music, which is filled with whimsical hooks and delicate melodies.
Lydia Luce is a Nashville based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has been around for a few years now. In 2021, Lydia will kick things off the year with a new album called Dark River and it’s excellent.
Dale Crover is one of the OG Melvins. He’s the band’s drummer and more. I am happy to say I’ve got Dale with us for an interview today. We talk about the Melvins’ new record, getting fat during the pandemic, the band’s working class ethos and Dale’s new solo record.
RebelMatic’s debut album, Ghost In The Shadows, rages and burns through 10 tracks in 24 minutes, but this is not a rushed affair. Creature and his cohorts have crafted true renegade poetry in the most economical way possible. This is a band who doesn’t waste time. They’ve got a message and they intend to speak it loud and proud, and at break neck speak speed.
To call the Hub City Stompers a “Ska band” is really doing them sort of an injustice, because in reality they are so much more. Their music infuses Oi!, Reggae, Punk, Jazz, Hip-Hop and more. It’s truly an amalgamation of so many genres, blended together to form the magical sound that is Hub City Stompers
Melisa Aldana is a Chilean born tenor saxophonist, who performs both as a solo artist and with her band, the Melissa Aldana Crash Trio. In addition to being an accomplished solo artist, she has worked with Danilo Perez and was tutored by George Coleman.
If you’re into vintage, Garage and Power Pop vibes then The Whiffs are definitely for you. Seriously, they manage to keep it fresh, while also sounding as vintage and old school as anything actually released in the late 70s and early 80s, and that is the key to their mastery.
Bandbox vinyl is vinyl subscription service which has been around for a couple years now. In truth, if you’re a vinyl fan, you’ve a few of these to choose from now, but the people at Bandbox are good people, they’re indie and they’re doing it right.