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Bay Area collective Moonalice will release their third studio album, Light Side of the Moonalice - An Acoustic Adventure, on February 24 via Nettwerk. Recorded in August 2022 with 4x-Grammy Award-winning engineer Dave Way (Fiona Apple, Pink, Norah Jones), the project sees Moonalice rework staples from their recent pair of EPs Full Moonalice Vol. 1 and Full Moonalice Vol.

Gem & Jam Festival is ready to kick off its 15th annual edition, taking place from Friday, February 3 - Sunday, February 5, 2023, in Tucson, Arizona at the Pima County Fairgrounds.

The festival recently announced new artist additions including a special Lightcode set from LSDREAM, Grateful Dead/Talking Heads hybrid tribute band Talking Dead, Michael Travis and Aaron Johnson’s nascent duo Snakes & Stars, Denver trip-hop live-electronic pair Since JulEYE, and a multitude of talented local acts.

Today, Aoife O’Donovan shares The Apathy Sessions, a deluxe edition of her multiple GRAMMY-nominated 2022 album Age Of Apathy. Listen to The Apathy Sessions here.

Today, rising Washington, DC-based indie rock quartet The Crystal Casino Band, who have amassed over 10 million streams on Spotify, has released their independent new studio album, Maryland House. PRESS HERE to listen. The 13-song collection, the band’s sixth overall full-length album, features their previously released singles “City That Sleeps,” “Twenty-something Socialist,” “Jamie,” “Boys & Girls,” “Until The Sun Comes Up” and “Antlers.”

The much-anticipated self-titled EP from New York-based Reckless Son is out today. Listen/share HERE.

Watch/share the lyric video for new song, “Praying For Rain,” HERE. The Aquarian raves, “It’s impressive and electrifying—Butler’s harmonious and public healing, that is. He croons about the small towns and swoons over the big city with poignant lyrical content that is sharp, familiar, and soul-stirring.”

“Every song written feels like a little victory to its writer. Sure, some are better than others, and from time to time—if you’re lucky—you write something special. But every one counts,” says Eric Gibson of International Bluegrass Music Association Award-winners, The Gibson Brothers.

There was only one prize-winning teenager carrying stones big enough to say thanks, but no thanks to Roy Acuff. Only one son of Kentucky finding a light of inspiration from Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys and catching a fire from Bob Marley and The Wailers. Only one progressive hippie allying with like-minded conspirators, rolling out the New Grass revolution, and then leaving the genre’s torch-bearing band behind as it reached its commercial peak.

Guitarist, educator, singer, and songwriter Ari Joshua continues to trend with a steady stream of heady collaborations in 2023. ‘Eye Just Called, To Soul, I Love You’ out January 26th, 2023 is his 4th release already this year, and we haven’t hit February yet (comet warning).

Today, Mike Dillon & Punkadelick share Inflorescence, an album of heady, instrumental rock and punk jazz highlighting a band deep in the throes of creative freedom, road tested and wild.

Watershed Music and Camping Festival announced today that headliners Luke Bryan, Cody Johnson and Keith Urban are set to descend on the scenic Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA on Friday, Aug. 4th through Sunday, Aug. 6th. It was also revealed the three-day two-stage festival's main stage will host performances by Wade Bowen, Travis Denning, Ernest, Kameron Marlowe, Parker McCollum, Niko Moon, Kylie Morgan, Carly Pearce, Conner Smith, Tenille Townes, Lainey Wilson, DJ Rod Youree and Warren Zeiders.

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