The album demonstrates a richness to their sound and certainly will provide a new depth to their live sets. There are enough substantial, beautiful sounding moments on this album to give it something worth diving into.
2016 is sounding pretty good so far.
Attention all punk rock fans, soul music fans and psychedelic music junkies. Open your ears to a super cool new sound that’s coming from the hands of a new Shreveport, La., band.
Sturgill Simpson has ventured into new territory with his newest album.
After touring for quite some time on their impressive debut album in 2010, The Bright Light Social Hour — from Austin, Texas, — have broken the silence and released their follow-up album.
The complete recordings were finished in two weeks with 44 tracks recorded. The result is a pretty sweet collection of songs that range in variety of moods and sounds.
The music on “HEAL” has an ability to put the listener exactly into the mindset of the song, whether it’s teenage angst, anger or vindication.
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“Earl Cate, Arkansas native and one-half of the acclaimed Cate Brothers, exemplifies the kind of world class talent you can find right on Fayetteville’s fabled Dickson Street.” — www.nodepression.com (The Roots Music Authority) Staff Report The second album of Earl and Them, the Fayetteville-based blues, rock & roll, Americana band, is now ready to hit…
See Them Live: Thursday, Nov. 14, 9 p.m., at The Phoenix on Dickson Street in Fayetteville. Joined by Mississippi Mud and Day After Mourning. By Terrah Baker Back in the 1990s and early 2000s, there was this genre called Modern Rock. It produced life-altering and timeless songs that expressed the pain, anguish and deep…