Story time: county music, specifically 90s country, has a very special place in my heart because it helped me escape the bullying I suffered in middle school. I grew up in Middle Tennessee and lived in Murfreesboro, just outside of Nashville, until the age of 10. That is when, during Thanksgiving 1991, when we moved…
90s-ish. Country-ish. Americana.
God bless Rob Zombie. He just does his thing.
This is a beautifully strange rock n roll record that your friends don’t own
Country music that sounds so much like stereotypical Texas barroom outlaw country music that it could have been ordered from central casting
Brutal hype music.
Songs and stories of a mature songwriter full of emotion, depth, and character.
This album hits you with far more soul than it has any business having.
The evolution of garage rock.
This is Friday-night-on-the-back-porch-smoking-and-drinking-out-in-the-country music
The Janis Joplin and Led Zeppelin influence is strong.
This is a rap album. And you’ll never convince me otherwise.
It sounds like the soundtrack to a PBS special about life in the hollers of West Virginia
The excitement and respect she has for playing at The Ryman is palpable.
In the world of radio programming, this sound fits on AAA radio stations. But, I don’t think that is relevant anymore.
Every song is an event.
It is weird to think that a Papa Roach record from almost twenty years ago influenced the musical landscape in a significant way, yet here we are.
The hard rock side of country-blues music
Like the soundtrack to a classic Grand Ole Opry dream sequence
Matriphagy is nu-metal. It is new nu-metal.
Johnny Cash in his prime
Your quiet friend who is quick with a joke, advice, and political brilliance
Happy doom metal
Futuristic country music
This compilation sounds so sophisticatedly British
Songs on this album make my soul hurt.
An Americana act from Norway on a German record label