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SugarBad EP Streaming On In Your Speakers


In Your Speakers has premiered SugarBad‘s Up In The Clouds EP. They say, “Their blazing horn section and accomplished rhythm players provide a platform for vocalist Lisa Ramey to stand on, giving them a range that goes from understated and subtle to wild and crazy without ever sounding forced.” Go listen!

Ben Hope On Taste Of Country


Taste of Country has premiered “Good Liar,” the new single from Ben Hope and the Uptown Outfit. They say, “‘Good Liar’ gives fans a strong sense of the group’s sound, which fuses classic country influences like Garth Brooks and Travis Tritt with funk and rock stylings from acts including Hayes Carll, JD McPherson and the Avett Brothers. Listen now!

The National Parks Video Premiere On NPR


NPR’s All Songs Considered premiered “Helsinki,” the latest video from The National Parks. They say, “place was so important to this song that they had a crew shoot this film in Finland to capture just the right feel. There’s a tension in that opening guitar line that adds a bit of mystery to the video, in which a father (played by Finnish actor Antti Luusuaniemi) walks into a still-dark bedroom to wake up his young son. But after that ominous start this video fills with sweetness and wonder.” Go watch it!

Johnnie Lee Jordan Feature On Creem


Creem has posted a feature on Johnnie Lee Jordan that includes a stream of his song “The Loot.” They say of him, “there’s something almost meta-nostalgic about Johnnie Lee Jordan; his guitars, his narrow sleeping loft in his third floor, St. Marks walk-up, his copy of On the Road and the like, even the Ginsburg tattoo he wears on his sleeve, all coming on the heels of the Coen Brother’s Inside Llewyn Davis, which saw Oscar Isaac’s ill fated folk singer caught in a viscous cycle of unrequited rock love.” Go read and listen!

Sunshine Riot Album Premiere On Diffuser


Sunshine Riot‘s new album Black Coffee Sigh has premiered on Diffuser—the site says, “The album has tinges of rockabilly, alt country and blues, but from beginning to end, there is one constant: the foundation of Sunshine Riot’s pure and raw rock and roll — and that’s by design.” Go listen!