Experience typically precedes songwriting, but for Calve, the songs on her new album, Shift, signal changes she had yet to go through.
This Saturday, July 29, Mason Music Fest returns with a full day of live music at Avondale Brewing. It all starts at 1 p.m.
“It was just really cathartic to get some of these thoughts and feelings off my chest.”
Unapologetic in its use use of lavish horns, synths, woodwinds, and other shimmering instrumentation, this formative album returns remastered and on vinyl.
“For a Birmingham artist, when Secret Stages called you to do it, you felt embraced by your city. You felt like you made it.”
The Shoals songwriter talks her hometown scene, crowdfunding, and her first LP.
Sound & Shape frontman and guitarist Ryan Caudle speaks about adjusting the recording process post-COVID and returning to the road after two years.
Duquette Johnston’s new album was written in hard times for a world that has plenty of hardship to go around, yet it holds onto the bright and beautiful.
Two bands drew from decades of material, with two distinct approaches to bringing recorded works to life on the Avondale stage.
With dreamy distorted guitars, haunting keyboards, and propulsive bass and drums, Birmingham’s psych rock outfit People Years has released their second full album.