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Getting to Know: All Sons and Daughters

Posted by Greg on Mar 30, 2017 in Music

One of our favorite records from 2016 here at Step Inside This House (SITH) was Poets and Saints from Nashville worship band All Sons and Daughters. Lead singer and co-songwriter Leslie Jordan recently took time out of a busy schedule to answer a few questions. Read more…

 
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Ones to Watch: Nashville’s New Respects

Posted by Greg on Mar 17, 2017 in Music

It’s always a great thing to receive an unexpected surprise at the most opportune of times. While battling a pretty severe head cold last week, the debut EP Here Comes Trouble by Nashville quartet The New Respects found its way to the Step Inside This House headquarters. Knowing absolutely nothing about the band, curiosity was instantly piqued. Heck, their publicist even threw in a free t-shirt. We’re digging this. Read more…

 
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Ha Ha Tonka Shines on Latest Release

Posted by Greg on Mar 10, 2017 in Music

Now that spring is finally creeping its way into the frame, it’s time to find some tunes to welcome the vernal season. Enter Ha Ha Tonka’s effervescent and near flawless fifth album Heart-Shaped Mountain. Packed with ten instantly hummable efforts, Heart-Shaped Mountain is as strong an effort as any released this year. Read more…

 
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Travis Linville Finds His Stride

Posted by Greg on Mar 7, 2017 in Music

There’s something utterly sublime and deeply potent about Travis Linville’s slow-burning new record Up Ahead. Though its extremely sedate in its pacing, its memorable numbers (of which there are many) linger long after the final seconds and announce Linville as a major play in the very crowded Americana scene. Having spent much of his career as a sideman (most notably for Hayes Carll), Linville’s fifth release is easily his best and so far one of this year’s best to date. Read more…

 
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Son Volt’s latest is good but not Farrar’s best

Posted by Greg on Mar 7, 2017 in Music

Twenty years removed from Son Volt’s landmark debut album Trace, St. Louis singer-songwriter Jay Farrar is still at it. Though the band has changed hands multiple times since the 1997 album, he’s still hard at work trying to recreate that very same magic. Some critics have panned Farrar for writing the same album time and time again, and while that isn’t exactly incorrect, any time Farrar releases new music it is something pretty special. Read more…

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