Hard rockin’ girl power
Real country music with punk sensibilities
Like listening to lost works of William Faulkner set to music.
Something new that sounds like something old
Punk rock royalty paying tribute to his greatest influence
The style of country music floats effortlessly between the 60s and the 70s
Forty-two years ago they were designed to sound seventy-six years old.
Fun rock n roll for cool moms
A ferocious and intense live performance
Top-notch traditional country mixed with comedy
The greatest coffeehouse open mic in European history.
Part country-funk, part sad singer-songwriter
Death Cab for Country Fans
Indie singer-songwriter country music
Old school jams
Epic doom metal. The exact opposite of church worship songs.
90s indie rock sound buried inside some polished garage grunge rock.
This record belongs in a jukebox
It’s not perfect, but it is pretty good.
Gritty garage punk surf rock.
How The Beatles would have sounded if George Harrison had spent time in Memphis instead of India
90s honky-tonk country music reborn
Southern glam rock
A wonderful marriage of traditional instrumentation and driving rock n roll
This record takes old blues music and runs it through a filter fueled by Kentucky bourbon and Southern soul.
The Ross or Marshalls version of metal music
I’m predicting that Sturgill will win the Grammy for best rock album
Basically a Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline cover album