Americana / Country / Folk / Soul / Southern Rock

NEW MUSIC: The Felice Brothers release God Bless You Amigo

The Felice Brothers have had a few set backs lately with destructive weather and the death of their trusty touring van. To raise some funds they have digitally released a new collection of songs called God Bless You Amigo which they stress isn’t the official follow-up to the brilliantly underrated Celebration, Florida. Read the press … Continue reading

Album Reviews / Americana / Country / Folk / Soul / Southern Rock

ALBUM REVIEW: My Morning Jacket | Circuital

written by Chris Familton When the bass drops one minute into the opening track Victory Dance a smile creeps upward and the head gratefully nods in a sign of satisfaction. My Morning Jacket started off with a couple of albums that established them as one of those classic genre stretching americana acts like Wilco who … Continue reading

Americana / Country / News / Soul / Southern Rock

NEW RELEASE: DELTA SWAMP ROCK Sounds From The South: At the Crossroads of Rock, Country and Soul

Monster double CD pack with a whopping 68-page book accompaniment/Two volumes of seriously heavyweight vinyl gatefold and 8page insert. Featuring The Allman Brothers, Dan Penn, Leon Russell, Tony Joe White, Johnny Cash, Bobbie Gentry, Big Star, Link Wray, Area Code 615 and loads more! Delta Swamp Rock is an interstate southern road-trip through the United … Continue reading

Album Reviews / Americana / Country / Southern Rock

ALBUM REVIEW: The Black Crowes | Croweology

written by Chris Familton The Black Crowes were somewhat out of step with the times when they first emerged amid the hysteria of grunge in the early 90s. Their sound was traditional blues soaked American rock with flashes of gospel influence, southern rock and nods to americana and country. They really had little in common … Continue reading

Album Reviews / Americana / Southern Rock

ALBUM REVIEW: The Drive-By Truckers | The Big To-Do

written by Chris Familton Drive-By Truckers return with their tenth album, a landmark in any band’s history, proving that they are still remarkably consistent with their quality control and ability to create musical stories that captivate and enthrall the listener. This time round The Big To-Do loosely deals with crime and (self)-punishment but these heavy subjects … Continue reading