Check Out Our April/May 2021 Digital Sampler

April 20, 2021
Check Out Our April/May 2021 Digital Sampler

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“Appy Returns”

From the album Under The Leaves

Four Miles Music

Once street performers at Boston’s Quincy Market, Ryanhood earned the title of ‘Best Group/Duo’ in the 2014 International Acoustic Music Awards. Their latest album Under the Leaves features the high-energy, twin-acoustic-guitar driven sound they’ve become known for.

Fletcher’s Grove

“Waiting Out the Storm”

From the Album Waiting Out the Storm


Waiting Out the Storm is the fourth studio and first acoustic album by West Virginia Appalachian rockers Fletcher’s Grove. “Great writing, playing, & singing on this one folks,” said Leftover Salmons’s Vince Herman, while Larry Keel dubbed it “sublime music..Love the haunting landscape they create.”

Barry Paquin Roberge

Hot Stuff (Wanna Play Rough)

From the album Exordium to Extasy

Costume Records

Barry Paquin Roberge (BPR) is a neo-disco glam squad operating out of Montreal. Their blend of male/female harmonies, infectious rhythms, groovy guitar licks and party-pleaser synths will transport you to a bygone era of neon lights and endless nights. Exordium to Extasy, BPR’s latest album, is out now!

Reuben and the Dark



Arts & Crafts

Reuben and the Dark is the spirited folk-rock outfit whose music blends introspective lyrics with the irrepressible pulse and complicit harmonies of his band. “YES” is a departure in sound and philosophy for Reuben, whose pastoral highway rock balladry has found homes in Breaking Bad and Grey’s Anatomy.

Giles McConkey

Sin Mountain

From the album Reason to Feel


Giles McConkey aims to find a deeper meaning in the daily slog and rituals that consume most of us. With their full length release Reason to Feel, the band firmly cements their role as bonafide singer-songwriters, while faithfully recreating it’s improvisational, uplifting, high energy live sound.

Carlin Tripp

“Float Upstream”


PB&J Records

Carlin Tripp began his musical journey in 1999 with a borrowed acoustic guitar and a longing to be a songwriter and performer. After a brief stint in a local band, Tripp hit the road with his guitar for the southwest and truly began his journey to become the balladeer that he is today.

Sean Della Croce

“Catharine Street”

From the album Illuminations

Pasadena Records

Sean Della Croce is a songwriter with a voice powerfully tuned to every story she tells on her debut album, Illuminations, which was released on Pasadena Records this past February. Della Croce has forged a style all her own with a blend of folk wisdom and Americana heart and a truly alternative soul.

The Cumberland River Project

“Revel In Love Devine”

From the Album The Cumberland River Project


German songwriter, musician and producer Frank Renfordt realizes his vision of American country music with The Cumberland River Project. With the help of studio owner Dave Demay and great session musicians from Nashville, a remarkable album has been created.

Pascal Bokar Afro Blue Grazz Band

“The Blues Don’t Like Nobody”

From the EP American Trails

Savanna Jazz/Sugo Music

Virtuoso Guitarist/Vocalist Pascal Bokar brings together the sounds of the banjo and West African balafon in a powerhouse funk-blues laced gumbo of sonic texture that will keep you dancing.

John Leslie Hulcombe

“Born of the Fire”



The greater part of John Leslie Hulcombe life has oscillated around musical frequencies and travel. Having fulfilled his wanderlust for adventure, he has returned looking to immerse himself in a world of sound and sonics in which he is the musical pivot, creating a soulful blend of country, folk and rock.

Billie Gale




Billie Gale’s atmospheric, dream pop explores the beauty borne out of devastating loss. Taking its name from lead singer Beth Garber’s late mother, the band’s enveloping shoegaze textures blanket Garber’s emotive lyrical outcries.

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