Sunday, September 24, 2023

Becca Mancari: Left Hand

Indie folk darling Becca Mancari has a fab new record out called Left Hand. The State Island native has crafted twelve tracks of pure ethereal delight. She has managed to find that perfect balance between folk music and spacey alternative pop.

Here is one of my faves...

Friday, September 22, 2023

Turnpike Troubadours: A Cat In The Rain

Sometimes you just need some solid country. Thankfully, Tahlequah, Oklahoma's own Turnpike Troubadours have just released their sixth record and it's amazing. A Cat In The Rain has all the red dirt any person could need.

Here is one of my faves...

Thursday, September 21, 2023

Filter: The Algorithm

The power and thunder that is Cleveland, Ohio's hardest rocking band is back with The Algorithm. Filter just brings the heavy and the awesome with each new release. This latest record sees them being even more introspective and self-actualized. 

Opening track...

Tuesday, September 19, 2023

Holy Wave: Five Of Cups

Psychedelic pop fans will be quite happy with the latest release from Holy Wave, proud sons of El Paso, Texas. Five of Cups is truly an amazing record filled with colours you can hear and sounds you can see. 

Here is a taste of the awesomeness...

Monday, September 18, 2023

The View: Exorcism of Youth (Album of the Week)

The pride of Dundee, Scotland is back with their sixth offering, Exorcism of Youth. The View has always been one of those great British bands that sort of has flown under the radar stateside but does quite well in the Holy Land. It's multi-layered pop at its finest.

Here is the title track...

This one just kills me...

Sunday, September 17, 2023

Laura Groves: Radio Red

Shipley's own Laura Groves has a fab album out called Radio Red. It's pure mellow gold with all the bells and whistles of 70s soft rock. It puts me in a very introspective and spacy mood.

Here's what I mean...

Friday, September 15, 2023

Gregory Alan Isakov: Appaloosa Bones

It's rainy and cold today in the North Woods and that means autumn is just around the corner. The latest offering from Boulder's own Gregory Alan Isakov is a perfect soundtrack. Appaloosa Bones weaves some amazing tales the human condition on this planet, all with the requisite echo-y piano and guitar. 

The opening track is aptly titled!