INTERVIEW: Kenny Roby Talks About His Songwriting Process, The Place Of The Artist in Society, and His New Album “The Reservoir”

  Kenny Roby has been a fixture in the Americana music scene since the early ‘90s when his band 6 String Drag helped define the nascent roots-based genre for the pre-internet listening audience. Recently, by phone, we spoke about his moving and wonderful new album The Reservoir, the songwriting process, and the artist’s place in […]

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REVIEW: Skylar Gregg’s “Roses” is Country-Girl Down Home Sincerity

Skylar Gregg – Roses Working out of Nashville country traditionalist Skylar Gregg created an LP out of her own stories about addiction, morality & abuse through an honest 10-year journey through her life. Skylar’s not from the cookie-cutter pop-oriented country singer establishment. Her rich vocal twang (at times) has authenticity. The horns are Muscle Shoals […]

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REVIEW: Khruangbin “Mordechai” Is a Place Where Precision Carries Resonance

On Mordechai, Khruangbin’s 3rd full length album, the band continues to push the boundaries of their ‘60s Thai influences while simultaneously harkening to its soft jazz kindred spirits. Like a new age neon lounge act, Khruangbin defies easy categorization or explanation – one of many things that makes this band so intriguing. Although appealing to […]

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