After way too long of a hiatus, live music is finally returning to our world. That experience has been solely lacking. The attempts at “virtual” performances was never an adequate replacement but it was all we had. The other option was recorded material. It is not many artists that can reproduce that live feel but […]
Mike Ross started his Clovis Limit journey back in 2019. His first chapter (The Clovis Limit, Pt. 1) showcased his impressive lyrical talents supported by an Americana soundtrack. Then a year later, he delivered The Clovis Limit, Pt. 2 ‘Transitions’ that offered some southern rock goodness. Both received nothing but praise as he showed off […]
Chris Murphy’s latest album, Sovereign, combines folk, rock, blues, Irish, and Romani music to create something timeless and relevant.
Rambunctious blues rock four-piece Izzie’s Caravan tone down their rowdy ways with their latest single ‘Lost’, in a display of the band’s versatility whilst slowly and cautiously unveiling their hidden depths. The latest release from their 2021 full-length album Blow The Lid, ‘Lost’ sees the band – led by the enigmatic guitarist known simply as […]
In what has been a difficult year for everyone, many bands found a way to make the best of it. Using the pandemic forced free time has allowed bands to come together and spend that time developing their sound. A great example is our recent find Tortuga Shades. They have their debut album ready for […]
Life is meant to be a collection of experiences. Getting out there and enjoying the journey is a gift. When we are able to slow down it is the artist’s responsibility to share these experiences with others. Our new friend KD Bantz enjoyed an interesting life and now turns those stories into a string of […]
It’s easy to say that 2020 will be a year not easily forgotten. For many, music has been a massive help to get people through these challenging times. As much as it has been tough for musicians too, we would like to thank them for creating songs that have been a support throughout it all. […]
We must always appreciate the artists that came before us. They put in the time and work before we even considered diving into the music world. We must also take their lessons to heart and use what they learned as a way to help us skip over the potholes that are littered along our journey. […]