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People Years: XIV

With dreamy distorted guitars, haunting keyboards, and propulsive bass and drums, Birmingham’s psych rock outfit People Years has released their second full album.

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Venture Boi: Trouble

With pet tigers and ruins of rubble, Venture Boi’s Trouble EP is a psychedelic auditory experience that grips the listener with every new scene.

Steel City Jug Slammers: Tall Tales

Tall Tales is an uncanny time capsule. This old-time jug band faithfully recreates the DIY street music of the South, as shaped by the Roaring Twenties and Great Depression.

Will Stewart: County Seat

Will Stewart’s contemplative solo effort brings him back to Alabama after several years away. The bittersweet music of County Seat explores feelings of loss, isolation, and the effects of time on the places we call home.

Jeremy Moore: My Love’s Ghost

Singer/songwriter Jeremy Moore’s first full album captures the emotion and fervor present in his live performances. Well-appointed instrumentation and soaring vocal talent make this a beautiful refection of love and heartache.

Jessica Lamb: Songs of Travel

Songwriter Jessica Lamb’s new EP delivers five songs of personal experience, growing up, and lessons learned on the road.

The Glass Jars: Evolution of Containment

The Glass Jars have crafted a unique blend of rock, jazz, and classical sounds into their first full album. The eclectic band has documented this stage in their evolution with nine tracks of intriguing melodies and smoldering vocals.

Yellow Hammer Heart: Red Hot June

The first album by trio Yellow Hammer Heart is a diverse fusion of garage rock fuzz and Americana. The combination works remarkably well, and each track sees it spun a different way.