Classic country rock & roll pours through from one track to the next as Alberta’s Daniel Besuijen offers up his brand new album of unpredictable, interesting stories & songs.
Two Stars Collide – two worlds unite; two artists, of varying genres and experiences, work as one to create something powerful.
This is the artist and composer lost in the moment, the guitarist at one with the guitar, and it feels partly reminiscent of a simpler time, partly of a genuinely new and exciting artistry.
Ryan Voss and the band set the scene with ease, laying bare a heavy outlaw vibe with the raw sound of classic rock, and a story-line that openly showcases its roots in country.
Yes And No Band have a certain endearing humility about their music, and indeed regarding their online presence. The songs mean something very real & powerful, which is clear…
An interesting, introspective and often scornful album, but one that seeks to make sense out of interactions and difficulties within various relationships.
Gritty blues-rock bliss & Americana warmth both meet with thoughtful, captivating story-telling throughout this conceptually engaging new album from songwriter & artist Ruborg.
Gigs Live are a full service content company with their hearts set on creating a network and community of live music and performance fans across the board.
Five Wheel Drive offer every bit of organic funk and rock that their Americana-soaked name seems to imply, and Try Me is a notably unpredictable, eclectic EP of some of their finest songs to date.
Following on from the single of the same name, Benjamin Andrews kicks off the final quarter of 2020 with an album of originals designed to shine light amidst the difficulties of life.
Music has always played a strong role in reminding us of the hopeful qualities in life, and Jeremy Roske’s A Little Love couldn’t have come at a better time.
Experienced street performer and traveler James Ethington III, currently hanging his hat in New Mexico, emerges this summer with a uniquely creative collection of original songs.