There’s something about Sleepy Gaucho‘s latest album, Morning Light, that makes it the perfect companion for a long, lonely summer road trip. The Wisconsin native’s mellow vocals and matter-of-fact demeanor work to ease the mind, while his Panamerican folk influences intersect with a dreamy ambiance, giving the entire project a warm glow.Listen to the Album
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Quarantine has caused all of us creatives to get a little extra… creative.
Nicole Boggs & The Reel seem to have taken that as a mission on their new music video.Watch the Video
Nicole Boggs & The Reel are known for their scintillating and, above all else, authentic brand of Americana-influenced rock and roll. Their music breaks from the status quo by blending contemporary rock sensibilities with gritty nuances of Memphis blues and soul, tied together by Boggs’ powerful voice and brutally honest narratives.
“We realized that trying to go with the status quo has not elevated us to the level we want to be,” Boggs said. “So, you might as well tell the f***ing truth.”
This philosophy is at the heart of the band’s new single, “I’m Gonna Break Your Heart,” from the forthcoming None of Your Business EP due out July 3.See the Video Premiere!
When Guy Snowdon came to the United States from Birmingham, England, he brought his homeland’s penchant for anthemic guitars and hook-laden, accessible songwriting with him.Hear More
Rock and roll storytellers Nicole Boggs & The Reel know their worth, and they’ve flexed their robust musical muscles to get that point across on their new single, “Money.”Hear ‘Money’
Let’s close out the week (and February’s batch of Daily Spinns) with a quick hit from Eric & The Soo.Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
In case you were wondering, Cleveland still rocks.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
We’ve got another one from the great state of Pennsylvania today, courtesy of indie rockers The Reasons.Hear the Single
Get those pipes ready. It’s time for karaoke!Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
Photo credit: Adam Gardner
If our modern reality is absurd, then an absurdist music video that points out its absurdity is as real as it gets.Watch Wednesday’s Daily Spinn