The Brothers and Sisters Reunion, a collaboration of “A-List” musicians that includes former members of the Allman Brothers Band and related offshoots including the Gregg Allman Band, Dickey Betts Band, etc. These individuals were deeply intertwined in creating the sound of this Southern Rock “feel-good” music we all know and love.
The average person doesn’t get the chance to take it on the road with a band; starting from scratch and earning every mile with sleepless nights driving from one empty barroom to the next. Last Call for Dreamers by the Lowdown Drifters provides a glimpse behind the scenes of the toll that a lifetime of music can take on relationships and a body all the while trying to keep your eye on the neon light at the end of the tunnel.
David Ayscue is a Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and recent graduate of the University of Southern California. His songs describe the loves, characters, anxieties and adventures that have colored his journey thus far with a poetic vividness that takes much inspiration from the early works of Bruce Springsteen. Other musical influences include artists like The Avett Brothers, and the Dave Matthews Band.
British rockers The Heavy are back with the latest addition to their impressive musical catalog. Scheduled to release their latest album Sons worldwide on May 17th, the band comprised of Kelvin Swaby (vocals), Dan Taylor (guitar), Spencer Page (bass guitar) and Chris Ellul (drums) build upon their unique sound that have garnered them fans around the globe.
Preston Lovinggood has released his video for “Taken in The Night,” PRESS HERE to watch video and PRESS HERE to stream. “The video is a metaphor for wanting love in the present and forgiving yourself for the hurt you caused to others and to yourself,” Lovinggood told Substream Magazine, who premiered the new single.
Rupa and the April Fishes’ new album, Growing Upward, is music for the movements of our time (release: April 19 on Electric Gumbo Radio Music). Anthems of resilience, spitfire commentary, and collaborations with indigenous artists make up an album that resounds with joy, love, and transformation.
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Patrick Park returns today with a new full-length, Here/Gone. For Here/Gone, Park tapped producer Rob Schnapf (Beck, Kurt Vile, Elliott Smith) for the first time since 2007's acclaimed Everyone's in Everyone, and the pair distilled Park’s introspective folk songs to classic voice and guitar combinations highlighted with string arrangements by Bobby Halvorson (Van Dyke Parks)l.