Interview: Jake La Botz

“It was 1991. I had just moved back to Chicago, and I was driving back from West Virgina in a 1959 Chevy Apache pickup, and I was living in the back of it,” reminisces modern vintage rock n’ roller Jake La Botz, as he recalls how me met friend, producer, and Hi-Style Records founder Jimmy... Continue Reading →

“Simple Love” – New Music from Fanny and The Atta Boys

San Diego-based Fanny and The Atta Boys are preserving and promulgating the red hot sound of pre-war jazz; their latest single, "Simple Love," is a sauntering selection of sultry sass and swagger. The song will be featured on their forthcoming album, "A Peck Of Dirt," give it a spin:   Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Video Premiere: “Howl” by Emilee South

Just in time for Halloween, Melbourne-based rootsy rocker Emilee South unleashes a scream-tastic new video for her latest tune, "Howl", the feverish first single from her forthcoming EP. The decadent video, an homage to the glamorous macabre of 1940s horror flicks, is the perfect setting for South's voodoo-tinged, bone-rattling, throwback rock n’roll style. Filmed and directed by Andrew Watson of Semiconductor... Continue Reading →

Interview: C.W. Stoneking

“Surprisingly, everywhere I’ve played my music, it’s been well-received. I can’t complain,” says ARIA Award-winning Australian blues purveyor, C.W. Stoneking, whose latest album, Gon’ Boogaloo, is set for release in the States on June 3rd via Stoneking’s own label, King Hokum Records. Stoneking has mastered his vintage aesthetic unlike any other working artist around these... Continue Reading →

Interview: Laura Jean Anderson

“I’ve always listened to older music; I really enjoy the sound of older recordings, and I’ve always been a fan of nostalgia.  I like to reminisce and honor the past while still being in the present,” says Los Angeles-based roots rocker Laura Jean Anderson, whose music presents itself with a vintage sound…mixed with a touch... Continue Reading →

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