Tag: roots music

  • Premiere: “Bartender” by Bug Martin

    Bartenders wear many hats–server, artisan, psychologist, bouncer, and in the case of Philadelphia-based roots man Bug Martin‘s new single, sweet patron saint. “Having spent what feels like immeasurable time on both sides of the alehouse counter, I have realized two truths by which one must abide; be kind to strangers, and always stay one step […]

  • Video Premiere: “Hard Time” by Jeremie Albino

    Moving from the hustle and bustle of Toronto to the picturesque countryside of Prince Edward County gave singer/songwriter Jeremie Albino the much-needed space to create his unique brand of electrified folk. On August 9th, Albino will release his new album, Hard Time, via Cinematic Music Group. “I wanted to try this song stripped-down and the idea […]

  • “You Can’t Steal My Shine” – New Music from The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

    It’s been a while since a song has made us want to jump up from our seats, throw our hands in the air, and shout hallelujah, but that’s exactly what “You Can’t Steal My Shine” from The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band accomplishes. “Like a star in the sky I shine, the darker the night the brighter […]

  • Premiere: “This House” by Gin, Chocolate & Bottle Rockets

    It’s been said that home is where the heart is, and that’s exactly what Wisconsin-based trio Gin, Chocolate & Bottle Rockets explore in their new single “This House,” a song from their forthcoming album Lean, out June 1st. “‘This House’ is a song about how a home is not made up of nails and bricks, […]

  • Premiere: “Blue Eyes Don’t Fail Me Now” by Jake Winstrom

    “You’re coming to a fork in the road, how will you choose?” sings folkicana songcrafter Jake Winstrom in his new single, “Blue Eyes Don’t Fail Me Now.” With bright fiddle licks that match sweetly executed harmonies, it’s hard not to be won over by Winstrom and his jangly new tune.  “I’m embarrassed to admit I […]