Tag: americana

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Ryan Auffenberg, “Daisy Chain”

Popdose is pleased to bring you the title track from the new album by Bay Area singer songwriter Ryan Auffenberg, “Daisy Chain”. ...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Kevin Harrison & True North, “If Today I Should Die”

Popdose once again brings you something brand new in a summer filled with interesting, fresh sounds.  This time, we present...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Arkansas Dave, “Arkansas Dave”

From the opening notes of singer/songwriter/guitarist Arkansas Dave’s debut album, you’re first thinking “am I listening...

Music, Reissue Reviews

Reissue Review: Chris Hillman, “The Asylum Years”

Chris Hillman co-founded some of the most classic, seminal, groundbreaking acts of the ’60s and ’70s – namely The Byrds, The...

Album Reviews, Music, New Artists

Album Review: Vivian Leva, “Time Is Everything”

Vivian Leva’s voice is the sound of living tradition. Raised by parents who absorbed ancient tunes and ballads during visits to legendary...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Chris Smither, “Call Me Lucky”

A songwriter, guitarist, bluesman, interpreter and performer for more than 50 years, Chris Smither has proven himself an American original....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Dukes of the Orient, “Dukes of the Orient”

The route to the Dukes of the Orient debut is complex, but the album is not....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Alex Rose, “Arcadian Pages”

According to the press release, “there are many moments, memories, people, and places stretched across Alex Rose’s Arcadian Pages....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Drew Kennedy, “At Home in the Big Lonesome”

Singer-songwriter Drew Kennedy’s eighth album, At Home In The Big Lonesome, was not an easy undertaking. The first day of recording...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Chris Barron, “Angels and One-Armed Jugglers”

The truth is I had to put aside long-standing biases towards Chris Barron simply by virtue of the fact that I never liked Spin...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Action Skulls, “Angels Hear”

Goddamn, this is just so good.  Period.  Never mind who the members of this band are – well, okay, you should know; you need to...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Faith Evans Ruch, “Lessons in Falling”

This has quite a story, as per the press release that came along with this album – Faith Evans Ruch may remember her new album,...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Lara Hope & the Ark Tones, “Love You to Life”

Not what I would expect from the area of Kingston, New York (a very nice town), but Lara Hope and The Ark Tones dish up some kickin’...

EP Reviews, Music, New Artists

EP Review: Molly Tuttle, “Rise”

I had only just heard Molly Tuttle’s name for the first time as she recently appeared singing dynamic harmonies on Korby...

Album Reviews, Music, New Artists

Album Review: Andy Pratt, “Horizon Disrupted”

Once again, the city of Chicago is on the radar with this debut release from singer-songwriter Andy Pratt.  This young talent mixes...

Album Reviews, Music, New Artists

Album Review: The Trongone Band, “Keys to the House”

There’s an immediate good vibe upon hearing the opening riffs coming from Keys To The House, the debut album from Virginia’s...

Music, Popdose Exclusives, Video Premieres

Popdose Exclusive Video Premiere: Darling West, “After My Time”

The last twelve months of Darling West’s musical career can hardly be described as anything less than fantastic. Since the release of...

Music, News

TOUR NEWS: THE YAYHOOS ANNOUNCE FIRST DATES IN ALMOST A DECADE – TOUR STARTS IN ATLANTA ON AUGUST 15

The Americana supergroup, The Yayhoos, will be heading out on tour for the first time in almost a decade. Eric Ambel (Del-Lords, Steve...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Dustbowl Revival, “The Dustbowl Revival”

      This 6th release from Los Angeles’ The Dustbowl Revival finds this band evolving in new directions; shaping and...

Music

Influences: Karen & the Sorrows Bring Another Country to Brooklyn

The festival, an LGBTQ and POC-focused Americana/Country music concert will be held in Brooklyn, New York on July 2....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Chris Price, “Stop Talking”

  This sophomore effort from heralded producer/musician Chris Price is a revelation.  I found it, thanks to the excited...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Dispatch, “America, Location 12”

Precisely what city or small town or hidden, leafy enclave is mapped in America, Location 12, the recently released sixth LP from indie...

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Album Review: The Hangabouts, “Kits & Cats & Saxon Wives”

The Hangabouts, a hearty trio from the Detroit area, have just unleashed their sophomore full length album, Kits & Cats & Saxon...

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Album Review: Ray Davies, “Americana”

The original Kink works a deal....

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Album Review: The Pinkerton Raid, “Tolerance Ends, Love Begins”

This musical collective, The Pinkerton Raid, from Durham, North Carolina, offers up their third album, Tolerance Ends, Love Begins and it...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Peter Bradley Adams, “A Face Like Mine”

Having embarked on a solo career in 2005, Birmingham, Alabama native Peter Bradley Adams has seemingly shown no signs of slowing...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Gretchen’s Wheel, “Sad Scientist”

Lindsay Murray, who is the heart, mind and voice behind Gretchen’s Wheel, certainly knows how to craft and execute a damned fine pop...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Hamish Anderson, “Trouble”

After two E.P.’s, this Melbourne, Australia native has headed to the U.S. to record and release his debut full-length album,...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Dangermuffin, “Heritage”

This sixth album from Charleston, South Carolina’s Dangermuffin, is a revelation.  Heritage is a fine, warm piece of work and it...