Proof that there is indeed a musical God, Van Weezer, to be released in 2020, is a tribute to 70’s and 80’s guitar rock in general and Van Halen in particular. Front man Rivers Cuomo describes the album as being like the Blue album “but a little more riffy”.
The Wild Feathers are one of the best Southern Rock Lynyrd Skynyrd style bands in the game today right alongside Blackberry Smoke and Bishop Gunn. Here, they perform an acoustic version of “From Jacksonville To Jackson Hole from their upcoming album.
2020 appears to be another great year for Margo Price if this, her first single from her upcoming album, is any indication.
Described as the missing link between The Magnetic Fields and The Proclaimers This Sextet from Glasgow, Scotland has been making music for over a decade now.
A clever mix of Pop sensibilities and clever songwriting their songs are short bursts of sunshine Pop with bits of Post Punk thrown in for good measure.
Their latest, chock-full of descriptive song titles including the ode to The Ramones, “Hey Ho, No Go,” “Who Does Susan Think She Is” along with the highly excellent “The One I Loathe The Least” are all narrative gems.
The band name itself comes from, ‘Just Joan’, a column in the Daily Mirror and the entire-set wears the groups Scottish heritage loudly and proudly.
Pretty much much one of the more underrated bands over the last ten Years, Dawes consistently delivers supreme musicianship and taut songwriting album after album. Here, they take a musical turn on Chris Thile’s Live From Here web series.
Rooted in Cosmic Country three-harmony twang, this one is from their 2018 record The Santa Fe Channel. Thes guys blur the line between Rock, Country, and amplified Folk music with the best of them.
Fronted by two dynamic female singers, the Bompops play taut, hooky Southern California Pop-Pong. Sort of a Punk version of The Bangles, their new record Death in Venice Beach, comes out on March 13th.