On the heels of a string of tour dates across the US, the four-piece, Nashville-based progressive bluegrass band Sicard Hollow has announced their new, full-length album ‘Brightest Of Days,’ out November 11th. Merging pop-punk melodies, psychedelic instrumental breaks, and existential songwriting — performed by a bluegrass quartet dressed in tattoos and tie-dyes — the band’s sophomore full-length brings new energy to a timeless style, with a combination of fearless improvisation and instrumental prowess.
Trailblazing husband-and-wife duo The War And Treaty make their UMG/Mercury Nashville single debut today with the release of the euphoric song, “Lover’s Game.” The soul-soaked track co-written by the pair with Dave Cobb is presented as a playful rock-n-roller full of starry-eyed flirtation as the couple compare romantic battle scars and decide they still believe in the cause.
Internationally acclaimed composer, performer, producer and cultural ambassador Jean-Michel Jarre has collaborated with the avant-garde electronic artist project Deathpact on “BRUTALISM REPRISE,” a new version of his current single “BRUTALISM.” While the original version of the track takes its inspiration from the early days of Berlin techno, the reprise out today, September 30 on SONY Music places it firmly on the underground dancefloors of today.
Listen to Jean-Michel Jarre x Deathpact’s “BRUTALISM REPRISE” now here:
Eight years ago, house producer Claude VonStroke dreamt of an independent music festival that could cut through the mediocrity of corporate raving and foster a community of weirdos and dance heads looking for something more. The result was Dirtybird Campout - a wild and free playground for fans of all backgrounds, a place where creativity and positivity reign supreme, and a destination where you can come of age, again and again, every summer.
And the judgement of Dead Heads will now reign for IN AND OUT OF THE GARDEN: MADISON SQUARE GARDEN '81,'82,'83 is officially shipping. We're confident you'll find it HOT - from the stellar sound of the newly restored and speed-corrected audio by Plangent Processes with fresh mastering by Jeffrey Norman, to the new-mythical artwork by Dave Van Patten to David Fricke's insightful liner notes, and on account of all the wonderful surprises in between.
Coming in hot on December 11, 2021 for the final show of their second run of the pandemic, legendary North California, cosmic rock stalwarts Howlin Rain hit Pappy & Harriet's in Pioneertown California full of adrenalized confidence, deep grooves and their signature, expansive guitarmony-laden jams.
Today, the Boch Center re-introduced the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame (FARHOF), an education initiative located inside the iconic Wang Theatre in Boston. Led by industry experts and Folk, Americana and Roots musicians including Joan Baez, Bob Crawford, Keb’ Mo’, Noel Paul Stookey, and others, FARHOF celebrates the lifeblood of America’s musical and cultural heritage. Boch Center President and CEO Josiah Spaulding announced expanded programming that includes a series of upcoming exhibits and live shows coming to the Wang and Shubert Theatres.
Portland, Maine-based indie trio LOVE BY NUMB3RS—co-vocalists DAN CONNOR and ANNA LOMBARD and multi-instrumentalist JON ROODS—have returned with “Don’t Be So Hard On Me.”
On September 21st, Thumpasaurus took the stage at the beloved Bluebird Theater located in the heart of Denver, Colorado. Thumpasaurus is an eccentric funk band with a hint of punk that is composed of five members. Members include, Henry Was on drums, Paul Cornish on keys, Lucas Tameran on vocals and guitar, Logan Kane on bass, and Henry Solomon on saxophone.