Garage Nation, a UK-based company with international reach and serving the Garage music scene through events has teamed up with DeeVu Records to launch a new Garage-focused label, Garage Nation Records. DeeVu Records is a independent label in the UK now widening its scope through this collaboration. The announcement of the label also marks their
[Cover photo credit to Derrek Kupish] After releasing more than 50 albums over the past 40-plus years, the Bellamy Brothers’ first-ever, covers-only album, Covers From The Brothers, is out now. The project transcends genres, including everything from Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder to songs well known from their live sets, like “Games People Play”. Covers From The
Tracked on tape At Neil Finn’s Roundhead Studios in New Zealand, via The Who’s old Neve Console, Tom Rodwell’s new album, Wood & Waste, is an entirely analog production with “no digital conversion at any stage”. Guitarist Tom Rodwell has brought elements of his Blues career and a sense of the surreal to bear on
[Cover photo credit to Stuart Berg] Daryl Hall and John Oates are releasing Live At The Troubadour, for the first time ever on vinyl. The album, which will be arriving on shelves in 3LP vinyl format on November 26th (Black Friday) is a collection of live, stripped-back hits, including “You Make My Dreams”, “Maneater”, “Sara Smile”.
[Cover photo credit to Josefine Larsson] Experimental Heavy music outfit Monolord are returning with their fifth album, Your Time To Shine, on October 29th via Relapse Records. Their second single from the album, “I’ll Be Damned”, which was recorded in drummer Esben Willems’ newly founded recording space, Studio Berserk, is currently available. Esben Willems notes
Michigan-based Roots-influenced Indie band The Accidentals spent much of the past year and a half making new music, having started on an album before the pandemic, and quickly picking up the pieces to work in a home studio with the luxury of time on their side. The result is the album Vessel, which arrived on
[Cover photo credit to Tristan Paiige] Portland, Oregon-based band MAITA has announced that their new album I Just Want To Be Wild For You, is due out on February 18th, via storied indie label Kill Rock Stars. The new collection finds Japanese-American songwriter Maria Maita-Keppeler digging into “that crippling oxymoron of modern times, the constant
[Cover photo credit to John Swannell] Duran Duran’s new album, Future Past, will be part of a special launch event with the company DREAMSTAGE that will include a special Q&A with the band and the global premiere of Duran Duran: Alison Jackson’s Double Take documentary about the making of their forthcoming video for “Anniversary”. The
Norman Blake, now in his 80s, has added to his legendary status in American music by putting together a new album. His single, “Time” forms a kind of “thesis statement” for the new album Day by Day, arriving on Oct 22nd from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. For those who may not know, guitarist Norman Blake has
Trinidad López III was born in Dallas, Texas on May 15, 1937, and at the age of 15 formed his first band, The Big Beats, playing guitar to cover Mexican Folk songs, Rhythm and Blues hits and Rock ’n’ Roll favorites. Playing this circuit, Lopez met Buddy Holly and Holly referred him to his producer,
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