Tag Archives: roots rock

LISTEN: The Matinée Return – With Friends – On ‘Trouble Is’

Photo credit: Laura Harvey

Canadian roots rockers, The Matinée, are back with their split single, “Trouble Is” — and this time, they brought a few friends.

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Americanafest 2019: A Night on Cannery Row

Thursday night was a hot one in Music City, as Americanafest continued all over town.

For us, that meant hanging out at 1 Cannery Row, whose venues — Cannery Ballroom, Mercy Lounge, The High Watt, and One — featured enough diverse musical offerings and electricity in the air to feel like its own festival within the larger scope of the city’s week-long celebration.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, June 21

Last month, we featured a conversation on UMC with Cris Jacobs, whose recent, full-length Americana effort Color Where You Are serves as a portrait in time of his new station in life as a husband and father.

Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn

REVIEW: Tom Pino’s ‘Brooklyn’ a Snapshot of his Cross-Country Transformation

Tom Pino is a storyteller. So, when the New York native headed west for a new life in Los Angeles, the events that led him there surely provided more than enough inspiration.

That inspiration has been packaged up in Brooklyn, a five-track EP rooted in pop rock sensibility and colored in with shades of blues, roots, and Americana.

Listen to the EP

Deau Eyes: Live at City View Sound

Deau Eyes’ Ali Thibodeau is an indie rock and roll artist based in Richmond, VA. With soulful, siren-like melodies and cleverly crafted lyrics, Thibodeau takes you on a sonic romp laced with courage, confidence, and general “bad ass-ery.”

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