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“Comme Une Fin du Monde”
Lisbon Lux Records
Concorde takes its name from the legendary Franco-British airplane from 1965, nicknamed the “beautiful white bird” for its sleek and modern design. In the album’s music, we find vintage influences recalling the faded charm of ‘70s erotica, warm tones rooted in psychedelia, and French chanson.
“Losing My Grip”
From the album The Gate
The American Trappist is a non-binary multidisciplinary artist, producer, and developer based in the greater Philadelphia area. Their most recent record, “The Gate,” was engineered by Jackie Milestone (Hop Along, Adult Mom) at Berlin Studios, and released in May of 2020 on Smartt* Records.
From the album Freelance Subversives
Will Bernard is a guitarist that hails from Brooklyn, and has recorded and performed with John Medeski, Stanton Moore, Robert Walter, Tom Waits, and Charlie Hunter. He has been twice nominated for a Grammy, and his 2020 release on Ropeadope Records is his eighth album as a leader.
The Barrett Anderson Band
From the album HypnoBoogie
Whitaker Blues Records
HypnoBoogie, the new live album by The Barrett Anderson Band, is the kind of refreshingly vibrant, genre-crossing album that is a throwback to the days when rock ‘n’ roll acknowledged its roots in blues, but ventured wherever the spirit took it. It is innovative, fun, and full of grit, soul, and spirit.
Jeff Jacobs Band
“Drink Another Heartache”
From the album Out of The Keg
Edgewater Music Group
The Jeff Jacobs Band has teetered between many different genres—it’s hard to say where they actually fit in. They started their journey in late 2012 and have recorded three albums, had four charting singles, and are planning their first US tour in 2021.
South for Winter
From the album Luxumbra
Nashville trio, South for Winter, dances deftly from bluesy murder ballads to airy acoustic duets; from traditional stomp and holler to smooth jazz; and everywhere in between. The trio’s debut album Luxumbra, recorded with GRAMMY-awarded producer Matt Leigh, was released October 2020.
From the Album Night Teacher
Emerging from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Night Teacher is a collaboration between poet and singer-songwriter Lilly Bechtel, and multi-instrumentalist and producer Matt Wyatt. “Rebecca’s Song” is the first track on their record, Night Teacher, released June 2020.
“To Kill a Mockingbird”
Ranch hand, truck driver, and troubadour are three titles to describe and understand the singer-songwriter Branson Anderson. Among others: poet, itinerant, Scorpio. As a Utah based folk-rocker, label-makers ask him, “Are you a rocker or a folk singer?” To which Anderson replies: “What’s the difference?”
We Are the Guests
“Sing for Me”
From the album Daughters & Sons
A blended music project born out of The Little Apple, We Are the Guests made their way onto the stage in 2018 with the release of their first single, “House a Habit.” Following in the footsteps of Mumford and Sons, the group bends the genres of Folk-Americana and Pop, to create refreshingly redemptive music.
Kyle Moon & the Misled
From the EP Miles Apart
Splitting their time between Texas and Colorado, Kyle Moon & the Misled have honed their craft of writing honest, relatable stories about real life experiences in the American middle class. Their latest EP “Miles Apart” explores the sounds of Cosmic American Music & legendary Southwest troubadours.
Richard Rourke and the Voodoo Collective
From the EP Time to Mind
RRVC is a versatile group based in New Orleans. Rourke’s introspective lyrics met with the band’s sharp, powerful rhythms create a sound that immediately draws you in. Elements of 70’s soul music can be heard mixing with modern RnB and indie as the band continues to explore their unique sound.
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