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Wood And Wire

Aug. 30, 2020

Wood & Wire are a special kind of bluegrass band, who stretch the boundaries of what they do beyond typical bluegrass music. Sure there are others that do the same, but Wood & Wire offer something more unique in terms of song structure and style. I suspect that even if you weren’t a typical bluegra…

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The Ghost of Paul Revere

Aug. 27, 2020

Good at Losing Everything is the latest album from The Ghost of Paul Revere, a great band out of Maine, that we absolutely adore. They are a little bit holler folk, straight ahead folk, but mostly good ole' rock n roll, and frankly that's why we love them so. The title track, and the entire album e…

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Khruangbin

Aug. 24, 2020

Khruangbin is a band that has always fascinated me. Hailing from Houston, Texas the trio up until their most release Mordechai has played instrumental psych rock blended with soul and dub. Their blend of these sonic influences is combined world sounds from Thailand, Middle East and Spain. Bizarre r…

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Molly Tuttle

Aug. 20, 2020

Molly Tuttles surprise covers album ...but I'd rather be with you drops today. We caught up with the singer songwriter, to talk about the record, and much more. Our conversation started when I asked about the East Nashville storms of March 5th, and the subsequent COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. 

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Torrin of The Kitchen Dwellers

Aug. 15, 2020

The struggle for band’s to make a living in the time of COVID-19 has been well documented. So we’re not going to mention it again. Instead we’re going to celebrate a band like the Kitchen Dwellers who have been very active putting out an EP, doing some live streaming and performing live for small g…

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Kenny Roby

Aug. 8, 2020

Kenny Roby is a singer-songwriter who has had an accomplished 20 year career that includes his former band 6 String Drag. They were a southern alt-country outfit who were part of that scene that included Whiskeytown, The Drive by Truckers, Drivin’ & Cryin’ amongst others in the mid 90s. Since the d…

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Jesse Miller of Lotus

Aug. 6, 2020

It’s getting harder and harder these days to figure out what genre any band fits into. Take Lotus for example. Are they Electronica, Jamtronica, a jam band, a disco band? Who the hells knows. One thing is for certain though, they are wicked good at what they do, and their forthcoming release Free S…

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LAMP

July 30, 2020

LaMP is named for the three members of the band, drummer Russ Lawton, guitarist Scott Metzger and keyboard player Ray Paczowski. Each are very active musicians in the Jam Band community. Russ and Ray perform with the Trey Anastasio band, and their own outfit Soule Monde. Scott is involved with Wolf…

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Eric Rachmany of Rebelution

July 25, 2020

Rebelution's latest album Dub Collection features 15 dub versions of the band's hits, and another five tracks, is absolutely a fun listen. I've been a fan of Rebelution's message, and their music, and so being reintroduced to some of their more popular tunes in a dub format is just great. More to t…

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Peter Shapiro & Steve Jordan - Red, White, Black & Blues

July 22, 2020

On July 25th, 2020, Fans.com will be streaming a historic and timely 16 hour event that will pay tribute to the very rich history of Black American music. Those 16 hours will include an eclectic mix of music throughout the ages, ranging from blues to funk to hip-hop. The event itself is the brainch…

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Mike Dillon

July 16, 2020

Mike Dillon, is without a doubt a gifted percussionist, that mostly at this point in his career dabbles in mallet instruments like the vibraphone, xylophone and marimba. In fact as you'll soon hear, not only does he play a multitude of these instruments, he has quite the collection of tools at his …

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Alex Jordan

July 9, 2020

Alex Jordan has been involved in the music scene in the Bay Area for a few years now, and you’ve heard his work with Midnight North. Now as he sets out on his own, he’s released a very impressive solo record that needs to be heard. So we caught up with Alex to talk about the subtitles of being an e…

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Robert Walter of Greyboy Allstars

June 25, 2020

A quarter century since releasing their debut, West Coast Boogaloo, the Greyboy All-Stars are set to release their first record in almost 7 years, Como De Allstars. The title track is everything you've come to expect from this jazz and funk outfit with their boogaloo blend. While there is some time…

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Micah Pueschel of Iration

June 20, 2020

The world could probably use a lot more positive energy in it right now so there is probably no better time for a new album from Iration, which typically exudes good vibes and good feelings. Such is certainly the case with Coastin', and though it's a little more introspective and collaborative then…

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"On The Road" A Tribute To John Hartford with Chad Staehly

June 18, 2020

On June 26th, LoHi records will be releasing On the Road: A tribute to John Hartford. For the uninitiated John, a musician, and a bonafide artist, was a genre bending genius who many credit for planting the seeds of the current jamgrass movement, and what many consider Americana music. His accompli…