It’s a Back to the Future themed nerd-metal album. Seriously.
Eddie 9V – Capricorn
I am not sure how this much soul found its way into a white kid from Atlanta
Giovannie and the Hired Guns – Tejano Punk Boyz
Texas country rock with punk vocals and emo lyrics
Abel Selaocoe – Where is Home (Hae Ke Kae)
Most of this record sounds what I imagine fancy church music from the Serengeti sounds like.
Year of October – Wastelands
Fuzzy blues doom metal
Texas. Punk. Country.
Spiritbox – Eternal Blue
Good, heavy music from start to finish
Ottoman – Heretic
Icelandic Party Rock
Old Crow Medicine Show – Paint This Town
Bluegrass rock n roll.
Death Blues vs the Dirty Spliff
Imagine that Sabbath hired the ghost of Son House to play guitar
49 Winchester – Fortune Favors The Bold
Fun, cheeky country songs paired with sadness
Elvana – Live From Disgraceland
This is a live recording of a really great party band that has a unique gimmick
Alien Weaponry – Tangaroa
Delightfully heavy, socially conscious.
The Heavy North – Electric Soul Machine
Garage rock mixed with Chicago blues
Ghost – Impera
Metal-adjacent hard rock.
Giovannie and the Hired Guns
Texas country-rock with punk vocals
American Aquarium – Slappers, Bangers & Certified Twangers: Volume Two
Faithful recreations of 90s country classics
Ward Davis – Black Cats and Crows
Sad country songs. Period.
Volk – Cashville
Fuzzy. Country. Punk.
Goodbye June – See Where The Night Goes
This record is a lot more akin to AC/DC than to Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Georgia Thunderbolts – Can We Get A Witness
Country when it needs to be, blues when it needs to be, and heavy when it needs to be
Joe Diffie – Greatest Nashville Hits
If you’re a fan of 90s country music, buy this album.
Shannon Clark & the Sugar – Marks on the Wall
Southern soulful country-folk funk blues
mt. fujitive – Eternal
Beautifully simplistic chill beats that are unintrusive and relaxing
Garth Brooks in…the Life of Chris Gaines
Maybe the only vinyl copy of this record in existence
Moon Hooch – Live in Nashville
A combination of funk jazz and interstellar space dance music worthy of a Ziggy Stardust guest spot.
Anderson East – Maybe We Never Die
A staggering amount of soul pours out of this man
The Marfa Tapes
Don’t you wish you could sit around the campfire while your favorite artist plays and sings?
Blackberry Smoke – You Hear Georgia
This is store-brand Southern rock.
American Aquarium – Slappers, Bangers & Certified Twangers: Volume One
This is a beautiful homage to an amazing era of country music.