“The main idea is to find a groove and a feel throughout and keep people moving.”
Facing the myriad issues causing division in the U.S. today, the alt-country pioneers are looking for something to bring society back together.
While his adroit fingerstyle rings with Southern charm, the nuances of Adkins’ music defy Americana norms. With is latest album of hymns, one may question if the genre really suits his work at all.
With the voice of an old soul and guitar chops somewhere between Andalusia and the Mississippi Delta, the artist’s talents are surprising at first, and haunting for long after.
On October 19, 2016, Chris Porter died in a van crash on his way to a show. One year later, his LP has been released: Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You.
Tampa’s indie rockers DieAlps! released a new album today and will play at Birmingham’s Secret Stages Music Festival Saturday. A new lineup means new style and a heavy live performance.
New York’s Swanky Tiger carries on the best parts of ‘80s sleaze and hard rock while forging ahead with the vitality of a modern band. They’ve got guts, a new EP called Mechanical Nightmares, and a date at The Nick on July 26.
Jackson rockers Empty Atlas play The Nick on July 1. Drawing for Greek Mythology, Mississippi storytelling, and a few contemporary influences, the group will perform material from their new album, Hestia.