The latest entry in Mountain Home Music Company and Organic Records' groundbreaking set of collaborations under the Bluegrass at the Crossroads banner drives home once again the project’s essential characteristic: bring together some of the best musicians in the genre over fresh material for recordings that blend individual mastery with the excitement of new musical conversations.
The Ghost Caravan, a queer indie folk band from Poughkeepsie, NY, released their debut album, Hineni, January 22nd. Led by frontman Kyle Benor, the album combines lush arrangements with rock, folk, and chamber instruments.
Hineni is a concept album centered around crossing one's own metaphorical bridge. The songs are in this way an analysis of themselves.
CIRCUS MIND is a New York-based rock outfit and the brainchild of ringleader Mark Rechler. The band is entering their twentieth year and are soon to release their third album JOY MACHINE, a delightful mashup of the retro sounds of ’70s rock and funk with N’awlins swamp rock mixed with late-Beatles pop.
Oklahoma native Anne Reburn uses music as a means to connect and inspire. Growing up singing, dancing and playing the piano from a young age, her music is filled with this youthful passion - transforming the monotony of the everyday into engaging, intimate narratives.
Her latest release “Everywhere and Nowhere” describes the beauty of finding another person who feels like home. With her soft, angelic vocals cushioned only by the gentle riff of an acoustic guitar, their sweet sentiment shines through effortlessly.