Frass Green – “35 Years”

Frass Green makes homespun garage and indie rock from the basements of Washington, D.C., such as the gloriously 90’s sounding single “35 Years.” Big sprawling energy that has guitar work that soars in a commanding and expansive way, channeling some titans of the Brit rock scene of the 90s heyday with earnest hope and glee. … Read more

Carmody – Blood

Having a debut album out in the open must feel incredible, especially in Carmody‘s case. Imperfect Constellations started forming more than 3 years ago and after numerous twists & turns, it’s finally available everywhere. Having an amazing rollout for almost a year, Imperfect Constellations just got its Deluxe version released – 15 gorgeous and very … Read more

May Payne’s New Release ‘Lazy Sunday’.

What makes your Sunday morning lazes the most tranquil part of your week? Is it the nutty efflorescence of your coffee, wrinkling your nose as the heat effuses over your cheeks? Or is it the peach-pillow softness of your bed in sunshine? For me, of course, it’s both. But there is one thing could wrap … Read more

‘Under Cover’ review: Valerie June releases a delightful EP covering classics | The Young Folks

If you aren’t privy to Valerie June, she is an extremely well-rounded musician who seamlessly blends folksy charm with down-to-earth blues. The Tennessee native is a poet at heart, and has been releasing music since 2006 with a Grammy nomination under her belt. Under Cover (clever play on words) is a short and sweet collection … Read more