On October 9, Hawaii’s Kimié Miner will release her self-titled album, featuring the smash pop-reggae tune “Trouble.” Supercharged by Miner’s divaesque performance and under the guise of Billy Van’s precision production, “Trouble” shines bright; with all the fuel needed to … Read More
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This Friday, Janelle Phillips is set to drop her debut album, Lioness, on E.N Young’s Roots Musician Records. Young’s touch on the scene has been nothing short of infectious, and he continues to drive a roots progression by providing the … Read More
Jr. Thomas & The Volcanos album Beware is the most exciting debut release I have heard since The Green and The Expanders self-titled albums in 2010 and 2011 respectively. I have been gushing over the recording all week and could … Read More
On March 26th, 2014 the Brooklyn Attractors, including Victor Axelrod, Andy Bassford, Larry McDonald, Brett Tubin, Dan Jeselsohn, Eddie Ocampo, Buford O’Sullivan, Anant Pradhan, Luke Penella, and Rich Graiko came together to play a show at the Shapeshifter Lab in Brooklyn, NY. Thankfully the audio was captured by the… Read More
HIRIE has been burning bright since 2013, when her infectious single, "Sensi Boy," with its herb-coated hook, was passed from stereo to stereo throughout the scene. Instead of fading away HIRIE took her music to the road touring months on end, from acoustic performances on cruise ships, to guerrilla… Read More
Rootfire Mixtape 011 celebrates Old Dry Diggings, a boomtown in the Sierra Nevada mountains which rose and fell during the heyday of California’s gold rush. Known today as Placerville, the mountain town will host Dry Diggings Festival September 25-26, a … Read More