Inspired by the California wildfires when many Californians woke up to a blood red sun bringing everything to top of mind including climate change, drought, and water management.
The new record doesn’t come out until February 2022, but if this one is any indication what is in store color us in. ACDC with just a touch of roots rock is the order of the day on this one. Brian Johnson, eat your heart out.
In Plain Site, the latest record from Neal Francis is destined to be on many a list for record of the year. “Can’t, Stop the Rain” is the latest single to be released from the album and features a filthy slide guitar interlude courtesy of Derek Trucks.
This very aptly named song comes from Dana Countryman’s latest record, Pop Scrapbook. The song, a collaboration with Klaatu’s Terry Draper and Scott McPherson, sounds like it time travelled right from 1975 with a scent of ELO, lots of Klaatu and even a bit of Queen wafting in the air.
Mitski is working on her first new music since 2018. And, if “Working for the Knife” is any indication her new record to be released in 2022 is certainly destined to be atmospherically epic.
This freshly minted video is from the new record, Still Dirty, Out now on Wicked Cool Records
From their recently released E.P. White Buffalo. Think Led Zeppelin with a touch of Rush thrown in for good measure. These Canadian Rockers should be high on your musical radar.
Sting is working on a new record to be released later this year. In the meantime, here is his latest single and video from The Bridge to be released in November.
This semi low-fi Boogie tune courtesy of Jack Broadbent will have you reaching back for your Canned Heat or Little Feet records.
A fan favorite in the halls of Rock is the New Roll HQ. This is from his new record.