Product Reviews

Brushfire Stankgrass
Microclimates, by Brushfire Stankgrass, immediately triggered thoughts of something by Jazz Mandolin Project as the album cranked up, but it quickly jutted into something equally as marvelous during bluegrass,...
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Featuring an energetic mix of jam and spirited guitar and keys, Communications proves to be a compelling, complex debut.
The Hip Abduction can be defined in many different ways, but it is commonly associated with walking, dancing, or sexual maneuvers, which seems fitting for the diversity of THA’s powerful sound and genre. It may...
BIG Something
Featuring howling guitar, engaging songwriting, and complex layered arrangements, “BIG Something” proves to be a dynamic sophomore release.
Del McCoury Band
As much as I love modern jamgrass/newgrass variations, they just don’t bring me back to time spent camping/existing with my grandfather on his stomping grounds in the Smoky Mountains of NC, the way the old...
The perks of chasing your dreams are few and far in between. It’s easy to give up, give out and step on the grey track. It’s even easier to give in, do nothing, wallow in self pity and chime in with that...
The Avett Brothers brings America to Americana. Their sound is honest, down-to-earth, and at times heart wrenching or even hilarious. With folksy lyrics that reach right into your life from across the headphone...
They have, of course, always been brothers, but Chris and Oliver Wood did not come together musically as The Wood Brothers until 2006. After roughly 15 years honing their crafts individually – Chris a founding...
Philadelphia based producer RJD2 has never been an artist afraid of experimentation. With the release of his debut Deadringer over a decade ago, he emerged as a “next big thing” underground hip hop producer,...
Grateful Dead – Sunshine Daydream
Not to be a bandwagon reviewer, but I’d be hard pressed to point someone to a better set or album of live Grateful Dead than this release.
Four years with no studio releases certainly didn’t hurt Gov’t Mule’s stride.

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