October 2020

Drive-By Truckers have released an extremely potent video for the title track of their latest album. Filmed entirely in Portland, OR, during the protests of summer 2020, the clip for "The New OK" is profoundly intense and emotional as it matches DBT co-founder Patterson Hood's lyrics that address America's state of disunion.

THE NEW OK was released via ATO Records at all DSPs and streaming services on Friday, October 2. The CD and red vinyl edition of the album will arrive on Friday, December 18

Dark Shadow Recording artist and award-winning Bluegrass virtuoso Becky Buller releases her highly anticipated 13-track record, Distance and Time.


Nashville-based singer songwriter Emily Hackett releases her EP My Version Of A Love Song, the follow up to her 2019 album "By The Sun/By The Moon." The 6-track EP is a collection of songs that demonstrates Hackett's knack for confessional & detailed songwriting, while also showcasing her ability to seamlessly navigate different genres.


At midnight, Connecticut-based indie-groove band Goose released a new EP, Night Lights. The surprise project includes four singles released over the past eighteen months and a previously unreleased cut of the song “Yeti.” Available across all streaming platforms, the studio recordings are polished takes on several tracks that precede the formation of the band.


Bill Bruford was the original drummer in Yes and was a long-term member of King Crimson. His band ‘Bruford’ recorded this BBC broadcast in 1979.

The DVD in this package is the only officially released concert footage of the band that exists, and as such has achieved legendary status.

The line-up on this album is: Bill Bruford (drums, percussion), Allan Holdsworth (guitar), Dave Stewart (keyboards), Jeff Berlin (bass) and Annette Peacock (voice).

Singer / songwriter Shawn James has released a new album, The Guardian Collection, on Parts + Labor Records. Listen HERE

Transcending any and all genres, James’ songs speak as much to these tremulous times as they do the eternal human condition. Steeped in mythology (the fearsome a cappella which opens “Orpheus”) and America’s dark past (the deep delta blues of “Burn the Witch”),