The Mystery Jets are an Indie Rock Band with a soaring sound the belies their cited influences of Pink Floyd and King Crimson.
A bit on the low-fi shoe-gaze side of the fence, Horse Jumper of Love will have your brain matter swirling in a haze of effortless desire. This one is best enjoyed with the proper mind altering drug of your choice.
Ulysses – Bad Tattoo
We haven’t heard from these old school rockers in several years. Based on their latest video nothing has been lost off their fastball and here’s hoping they are setting themselves up to scorch the Rock and Roll earth layer in 2019. And yes, there is cowbell
Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers – The Hotel Song
One of the more interesting Rock and Roll acts of recent vintage, Laura Jane Grace and her band channel their inner Lou Reed on this one.
Texas Hippie Coalition – Moonshine
Perfect for backyard barbecues, barroom brawls, and Rock festivals. These Southern bad boys are so legit the even have their own genre, Red Dirt Metal. This is the latest video from their recent released magnum opus, High In The Saddle. Enter at your own risk.
The Raconteurs – Bored and Razed
Prepping for their new album release later in the year Jack White and his band mates give us a sneak peak into the Rock and Rollness that is to come.
The Teskey Brothers – Man of the Universe
This Australian four piece band has the Motown sound down and then some. This is the latest video in advance of their new album Run Home Slow to be released on August 2nd.
Avett Brothers – High Steppin’
The Brothers Avett have been a bit dormant lately. It is good to hear them back.
Clutch – Evil
These hard rockers bring down the house with this gnarly version of a Howlin’ Wolf song. This one will make your gonads rumble.
Guitar virtuoso Richie Kotzen has played with many top-notch band including Poison and Mr. Big. But, it is as a solo act that we really get to see he freak flag fly. Here is his latest single.
Fierce and fun, this latest single from the upcoming album is sexy and sassy at the same time just like the video.
This Portland collective will bring to mind Creedence Clearwater, Canned Heat, or even My Morning Jacket of more recent vintage. Either way, their latest self-titled record should accompany you on your next road trip.
Adrian Queseda, a mainstay for the Austin based Latin folk-soul group Grupo Fantasma, teams up with Eric Burton on a Dap Kings worthy tune.