Here’s our April/May Digital Sampler
We’ve just posted our April/May digital sampler. Click here to download the tracks.
You can also enjoy a combined playlist of our CD and digital tracks via Spotify:
DIGITAL SAMPLER TRACKS
“Good Times Bad Times” (feat. Michael Mullins)
From the album Bonerama Plays Zeppelin
Basin Street Records
“Bonerama is viewed by some as one of the most genuine, unique and interesting bands to come from the Crescent City incorporating brass, funk, soul, rock, blues and alternative into their one-of-a-kind sound. Three trombones plus sousaphone, guitar and drums all deliver powerful sounds that you have to hear to believe.”- Relix
“You and Me Forever”
Annabelle’s Curse is an indie-folk band that hails from the Tennessee/Virginia border. Since 2010, the band has toured extensively throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. They have supported acts like Anderson East and The Black Lillies as well as performed at Rhythm & Roots, Floydfest, Rhythm N’ Blooms, and RoosterWalk.
Sierra Green & The Soul Machine
“Spell On You”
Sierra Green & The Soul Machine are one of the many bands you can find rocking the venues of New Orleans. They have been together for over three years and showcase sax, bass, guitar, drums, trombone and vocals. And while they have a variety of covers in their arsenal, they still have plenty of their own material ready to go.
Jay Trainer Band
“The Southern Winds”
From the album A Whisper of Ruin
Jay Trainer Band
The Jay Trainer Band combines thick guitar riffs and stark lyricism, while drawing on the traditions of rock, blues, and psychedelia to craft a modern, classic sound. The band’s namesake singer-songwriter possesses negotiates tone and volume, moving from a quiet, almost jazzy timbre to booming thunder at any moment.
SOUL Brass Band
From the album Levels
Acme Classic Records
Soul Brass Band is a New Orleans Brass Band steeped in tradition and soul. By day, this all-star lineup is called upon for its top-flight traditional brass band repertoire and second-line parades; by night, frontman Derrick Freeman’s infuses their signature brass band sound with classic soul.
The Lee Boys
“In The Morning”
From the album Live On The East Coast
The Lee Boys unique sacred steel sound has inspired collaborations with artists such as Bob Weir, the Allman Brothers Band, Gov’t Mule, The Derek Trucks Band and Umphrey’s McGee. Their first release in seven years, Live On The East Coast is a unique gumbo of soul, funk, blues and R&B.”
Mundo’s Crazy Circus
From the album Live at Strangecreek
Mundo’s Crazy Music Publishing Corp.
Rock is dead? Then you haven’t heard of Mundo’s Crazy Circus. From their vintage and refreshing rock vibe to their psychedelic jams, you’ll be hooked. “Octopus” is a 10-minute jam that lets it all hang out. Recorded live 5/25/18 at the Strangecreek Music Festival.
Big Sexy & the Scrambled Eggs
“What The Funk”
From the album Road Less Traveled
More Sound Recording Studio
Big Sexy & the Scrambled Eggs have been lighting up Central New York stages and honing their unique Funkadelic Blues sound for years. Although their improvisational skills have ingratiated them into the jamband scene, don’t make the mistake of assuming their genre.
From the album PHASES
Vinegar Mother is a progressive/psychedelic soul collective based out of NY with two complete releases: The Sunny Seat (2016) and PHASES (2018). VM have opened/performed with Tedeschi Trucks Band, Kat Wright, Aubrey Haddard, Joanna Teters, JUPTR and Big Mean Sound Machine to name a few. Check ‘em out!
“We’ve Come So Far”
From the album Sugar Sugar Sugar
Julia Zivic is a New York singer/songwriter, audio engineer, musician and poet celebrating the release of her debut EP, Sugar Sugar Sugar. “We’ve Come So Far” is the second single from the EP, which was produced by Ben Carr (Carrtoons). Julia Zivic is the also vox & lyricist for Vinegar Mother.
“Ends Where It Begins”
From the album Ends Where It Begins
The BLNDRS are an evocative rock quartet from Charlottesville, Va. featuring Ben Smith and Tommy Proutt’s rhythmic foundation beneath Alice Clair and Nate Smith’s shearing guitar work. Comprised of four songwriters, The BLNDRS sing of gods, dogs, love, and loss while embodying homegrown rock’n’roll.
From the album Hyperuranion
On Hyperuranion, Chat Noir’s co-founders, keyboardist Michele Cavallari and bassist Luca Fogagnolo, are joined full-time by guitarist Daniel Calvi. The trio is also graced on four tracks by the ethereal trumpet of Norwegian jazz great Nils Petter Molvaer to create a rich tapestry of electronic sounds.
Sean Noonan Pavees Dance
“Girl From Another World”
From the album Tan Man’s Hat
Sean Noonan draws inspiration from the soul to the stars on Tan Man’s Hat, the second release by his ensemble Pavees Dance. The LP features special guest/Can vocalist Malcolm Mooney as well as bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma (Ornette Coleman’s Prime Time), guitarist Ava Mendoza (Unnatural Ways) and keyboardist Alex Marcelo (Yusef Lateef).
From the album Akoben
Kumasi is New Orleans’ own afrobeat orchestra. Boasting a 13-piece band and based on the model Fela Kuti created with Afrika ’70, Kumasi has released two albums of original music. From their latest album Akoben, “Runoff” is a tune about the intentions of our politicians.
From the EP in the blossom of this
Midwestern-based LASKA crafts music with a blend of intricate vocal harmonies, sweeping instrumentals, and profound lyricism. The three sisters, and band, balance ingenuity with classic storytelling to create a unique sound that blurs genre lines. LASKA will spend the remainder of 2019 touring in support of the EP.