Video of the Day: Erin Rae – Modern Woman

This video is well-deserving of multiple plays for the prominent display of the vinyl of the Leon Russell And The Shelter people record alone, not to mention it is a great song. “Modern Woman” is from the freshly minted e.p. released in advance of her proper full-length, Lighten Up. Produced by Jonathan Wilson in his Topanga Canyon studio, this one is setting up to be a stunner.

Video of the Day: Art d’Ecco – Good Looks

The mystery value inherent in the work of Vancouver, British Columbia artist Art d’ecco is only enhanced by the inability to find out what his first name is. Despite this closely guarded secret, this cool-cut for the 2021 release, In Definition, will take you back to the glory days of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, or a more amped-up Rufus Wainwright.

Video of the Day: Goodbye June – See Where The Night Goes

The Jury is in. Nashville’s Goodbye June is officially one of the best rock and roll bands on the planet. Here they are in all their riffage and glory with a three-song E.P. in advance of a proper full-length due in February. Think the devil spawn of Blackberry Smoke and AC/DC with these guys.

Video of the Day: Goodbye June – See Where The Night Goes

Nashville cats and Rock is the New Roll favorites Goodbye June are cranking things up with this tour montage video for their latest AC/DC riffing single, “Where The Night Goes.” This is the sixth single recently under the latest model bands are using where they release multiple singles over a period of time keeping the music in the mind’s ear over a longer period of time prior to the release of a new album. And, here in the halls of RITNR, we love it.

Video of the Day: Gov’t Mule – Snatch It Back And Hold It

One of the many downsides of the pandemic is that too many artists recorded albums by sending files back and forth and essentially making records by email. Here, with their new record, Heavy Load Blues, recorded live in-studio, Gov’t Mule, the greatest jam band in the world laid down a solid set of tunes mistakes be damned.