Album Review: The Pines – Above The Prairie

Midwestern folkicana outfit, The Pines, have perfectly distilled the beauty of the grassy ranges of the midwest into sonic form with their latest release, the aptly-named Above The Prairie, out on February 5th via Red House Records. The 10-song stunner is a tribute to the beauty of the small towns and forgotten farmlands of the Great... Continue Reading →

Album Review: The Cactus Blossoms – You’re Dreaming

In today’s musical landscape, artists have attempted to transcend our millennial reality of instantaneous gratification and imitate previous generations. Unfortunately, in most cases, the finished product can seem disingenuous, plastic, and forced. You’re Dreaming, the debut LP from Minneapolis-based brother duo The Cactus Blossoms set for release on January 22nd via Red House Records, has exactly the... Continue Reading →

Interview: The Cactus Blossoms

Blood harmony: when people who are closely related, like siblings, sing together, the similarities in the voices make them blend so beautifully, it adds a special dimension to the sound, making listening a truly magical experience. Meet Page Burkum and Jack Torrey, a literal band of brothers who together are known as The Cactus Blossoms.  Born and... Continue Reading →

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