"duo with roots in bluegrass and punk, respectively… At its core, House of Candles is a honky-tonkin' breakup album all about the struggle to get on with life while still being kind of messed up from the previous obstacle." House of Candles will be released May 26, 2017
Nashville indie-pop band The Daybreaks are one of six bands battling to win Southwest Airlines "Destination: Red Rocks" contest. Voting is currently open and you can vote for The Daybreaks online.
Heather Lynne Horton - Chicago-based singer/songwriter, violinist and co-founder of The Westies with her husband Michael McDermott - premieres "Did You Feel That?" today on Paste Magazine. The track is from her sophomore solo album Don't Mess With Mrs. Murphy, "the perfect introduction for new fans" available July 7, 2017.
Paste Magazine "can guarantee you’ll find yourself mindlessly singing along to 'Just Hold On.'"
ABC News says of Juniper Road, "It turns out the addition of Fox helps the band...given the right attention it could give the band a couple more possible hits, thus giving them a deserved rebirth."
West Virginia's Mink's Miracle Medicine "a Shovels & Rope vibe featuring Melissa [Wright] on vocals and guitar and Daniel on drums and vocals" premieres "The Rift" on Twangville.
Mink's Miracle Medicine premieres "Somebody Else by Your Name" from the forthcoming full-length debut House of Candles (5/26) on The Bluegrass Situation.
Fort Atlantic's new single "Sleeping Giant" "encapsulates exquisite atmospherics reminiscent of Elbow and Sigur Rós, while retaining its own signature crescendo. The compositional matter here ambitiously tells its own story, showing Fort Atlantic as gallanted voice as a songwriter and artist who continues to rouse with each new song.” - Glide Magazine