Tag: string band

  • Video Premiere: “Double Grave” by Zach & Maggie

    Death isn’t the opposite of life, it’s a part of it. And like everything else in life, having a sense of humor about it makes its inevitability an easier pill to swallow. That’s why we love “Double Grave,” the new video from Nashville-based string duo Zach & Maggie. The scene begins at a rainy graveside, […]

  • Album Review: The Infamous Stringdusters – Undercover Vol. 2

    Album Review: The Infamous Stringdusters – Undercover Vol. 2

    The Infamous Stringdusters, with their marathon touring schedule, have somehow found time to drop their 3rd release this year.  Undercover Vol. 2 offers an incredible follow-up to their highly-touted Undercover EP from 2015.  The album offers a way for the band to break genre boundaries with covers by an eclectic track listing of artists, young […]

  • Interview: The Gage Brothers

    Interview: The Gage Brothers

    “We grew up playing music, but it wasn’t until a couple of years ago that Ben and I started playing together,” recalls Zach Gage of appropriately-named, Ohio-based, rootsy string band The Gage Brothers. “There is five years’ difference between us, and most of our lives, we were more interested in picking on each other than […]

  • Review: Moonsville Collective – Moonsville II EP

    Review: Moonsville Collective – Moonsville II EP

    At the crossroads of country folk and string band music, you’ll find the jammy picking sound of Moonsville Collective. Setting an ambitious goal for 2017, the band is releasing 20 new songs over the course of four albums; Moonsville II is the second offering in the series from the California quintet. In 2013, Moonsville Collective […]

  • Review: Horseshoes & Hand Grenades at The High Watt

    Review: Horseshoes & Hand Grenades at The High Watt

    As Music City haunt The High Watt began to fill with attendees eager to experience Wisconsin-based bluegrass band  Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, the lights above shone down onto the empty stage and illuminated a lone microphone in the center. The five-piece took their positions around the center, tuned up, and jumped right in with a quick-pacing bluegrass […]