If there’s one thing that stands out about “Old Flames,” the debut full-length album from Seymour, Indiana alt rockers These Fine Gentlemen, it’s versatility. The band clearly has a bevy of influences that made their way into its writing process, and the fact is that these six Gentlemen are already very good at channeling them all.
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I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel to different places to hear and discover new music. I feel that even moreso in recent months, having been able to travel and have people from other areas discover me.
Asheville, NC-based bluegrass band Town Mountain have released “New Freedom Blues,” their critically-acclaimed sixth studio album produced at renowned Echo Mountain Studios in their hometown.
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I’m taking us down the turnpike to the Philly area for this week’s look into the indie music scene.
Want to know what’s great about this edition of the New Release Radar? It’s stacked with plenty of brand new music, and includes a little something for any taste.
Today is officially National Album Day, and folks industry-wide are sharing the albums that have shaped their tastes and altered the course of history.
If you like listening to lead guitarists do what they do best, then you’ll enjoy “Animals of God and War,” the debut album from the Zeke Sky Band.
It had been four years since Joe Janci’s last release, but his latest, “Bordertown Blues,” is a full-length soft rock album that is easy on the ears and well worth the wait.
Timoteo (Tim Gehring) is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Allentown area. His latest, “The Weight of the World,” was released on June 25, an is the most recent of several self-produced, self-recorded efforts from the one-man band, who records all of the instruments and vocals on the four-song EP.
Now that Musikfest is behind us, it’s time to start looking ahead. If Julia Sommer’s debut EP “Roots” is any indication, the future is very bright for this young artist.