Check Out Our June 2020 Digital Sampler

June 23, 2020
Check Out Our June 2020 Digital Sampler

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Magnolia Boulevard




Magnolia Boulevard’s sound flows easily from a multitude of stylistic tributaries: fueled by the rhythm section’s elastic grooves, shot through with guitarist Gregg Erwin’s expressive slide guitar licks, and topped by lead singer Maggie Noelle’s soul-stirring vocals. “Ride” is part of a forthcoming EP.

Alex Jordan

“California In My Eyes”

From the Album The Subtle Exhibitionist

Chicken Man Music

Alex Jordan was born to play, progressing from trumpet to guitar by high school. In college he became a crew member, then substitute player for the legendary Dead cover band Cubensis, then spent five years with Midnight North. He started writing songs, and the result is The Subtle Exhibitionist.

Kellen of Troy

“Some Tune We All Already Know”

From the Album Vanity Project

Allura Sound

Kellen of Troy – Nashville based musician Kellen Wenrich’s songwriting pseudonym – tightropes self-deprecation and pretension on his sophomore release Vanity Project. “Some Tune We All Already Know” is the folk-pop disco anthem we’ve all been looking for and have all already known.

Feed The Kitty

“Lost and Found”



Drawing from a wellspring of country and back alley rock-and-roll, Feed the Kitty cultivates a bounty of neo-retro Southern California sounds; rich in singer-songwriter tradition, modest lament, and polished musicianship. “Lost and Found” was recorded at Studio 606, features Duane Betts and Rami.


Fixer – Live

From the album Live at The 5 Spot


Adrian+Meredith spend 150+ dates a year touring the USA and Europe. Their music embodies the spirit of the human story with the heart of folk, flavor of Polka, bounce of swing and a nod to punk. Their live show will have you on your feet dancing, clapping, and stomping along.

Red Rooster Original

“Don’t Bring Me Down”

From the album California Sun


“Red Rooster Original” delivers raw Rock ‘n Roll with Punk and Garage accents; their third single “Don’t Bring Me Down” is an explosive example of the band’s characteristic sound. Their debut album California Sun, released on April 20th, features 13 original songs, available on all digital platforms.

Sicard Hollow

“Secret of the Breeze”

From the Album Secret of the Breeze


Sicard Hollow is a 5 piece progressive bluegrass band who formed with a mutual passion for pushing the boundaries of genre. These young pickers bring new energy to a timeless style with a combination of fearless improvisation and instrumental prowess.

Weird Brother

“All Over Again”

From the EP Fail Fast

Weirdfölk Records

Weird Brother is Columbus, Ohio based psych-rock. Fail Fast speaks to #cancelculture and the notion that once you close your laptop and put away your phone, you are still you⁠ — you are still here. Drew Clausen’s lyrics speak to inclusion and redemption with a rhythmic backbone and loose spacey feel. Ride the wave.

Still Wilson

“Lovely Mess”


CUTS Music Group

Still Wilson is, by inclination, a neo-traditionalist of 70’s era song-craft; a honeyed baritone, stellar guitar chops and the nuanced warmth of a sincere storyteller equally informed by the cross-pollination of folk, rock, jazz + country. Debuting 6 free songs + beautiful videos every 3 weeks thru July ’20.


“Goodbye Virginia”


Frutopic Records

Formed just over a year ago on Mars, “progadelic” rock quintet, Frute, creates sounds that all Earthlings can enjoy. They will be releasing their debut album, The Great Surround this summer. This track highlights the group’s dedication to the studio and their collective headlessness.