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Indie Wednesday: Volume One

Posted by Greg on Apr 25, 2018 in Music

While Americana and roots-rock remain our bread-and-butter we do like diving into the waters of indie-rock. So today’s feature is devoted to three outfits making some noise that we think are worth a deeper dive. Read more…

 
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Bloodshot Signs William Elliott Whitmore

Posted by Greg on Apr 24, 2018 in Music

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While we try not to be partial over here at SITH, when it comes to record labels, none are held in the esteem that we hold Bloodshot Records. The label that launched Whiskeytown, Old 97s, Robbie Fulks, Neko Case, Alejandro Escovedo and others, has done very little, if any wrong in its 20+ year history. To date we can’t think of a single release of theirs that hasn’t left us floored in some capacity. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: A Valley Son – “Warm Mexican Beer”

Posted by Greg on Apr 24, 2018 in Music

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Let’s face it, it’s late April, so let’s welcome spring as much as we can. There’s no better song to do that with than the absolutely incredible “Warm Mexican Beer,” a hazy, humid and deeply affecting effort from this absolutely fantastic NYC outfit. This quartet is still new to the game (released their debut in 2017) but with a song this good, they’re destined for stadiums, magazine covers and hordes of ticket sales. Fans of My Morning Jacket, Wilco and The Avett Brothers will find a lot to like here. Head to the jump to hear this absolutely indelible and utterly sensational slow-burner. Read more…

 
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Belly Readies Record Store Day Release

Posted by Greg on Apr 20, 2018 in Music

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Of all the numerous Record Store Day releases coming out this year, the one we’re most excited about is Belly. Yep, “Feed the Tree,” that Belly. Sure enough they’re back. After going on a reunion tour in 2016, they’ve been hard at work on album number three. Said album, Dove, is their first in 23 years (yep, two-plus decades). Now that’s one heck of a layoff. Read more…

 
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Sugarland Returns With Sweet New Single “Babe”

Posted by Greg on Apr 20, 2018 in Music

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One of our favorite pop-country acts, Sugarland, to date has returned with their first single in eight years. Read more…

 
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One to Watch: John Craigie

Posted by Greg on Apr 19, 2018 in Music

One of our new favorites is Oregon-based singer-songwriter John Craigie. We first heard his track “Rough Johns” on Sirius XM Coffeehouse and instantly became smitten. Read more…

 
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Jeffrey Foucault’s Aching New Single

Posted by Greg on Apr 19, 2018 in Music

One of our favorite artists over here at SITH is singer-songwriter Jeffrey Foucault. In our estimation he has yet to release a bad album, better yet a bad song. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Joseph III “Jesus”

Posted by Greg on Apr 11, 2018 in Uncategorized

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We’ll admit it. We’re a sucker for alt-country and most definitely a sucker for covers. Heck our favorite book of 2017 was Ray Padgett’s Cover Me. But as much as we like alt-country and cover songs, SITH gets even more giddy when said cover is a religious or spiritual song. Read more…

 
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A Tribe Called Quest Teams Up With Vans

Posted by Greg on Apr 10, 2018 in Music, NYC

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We’re not exactly fans of hip-hop over here at SITH but we do love shoes and we do love art. So when we see a story worth sharing well then sometimes we can’t help ourselves. Read more…

 
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There’s no stopping Drew Holcomb

Posted by Greg on Apr 10, 2018 in Music

One of our favorite singer-songwriters is Nashville, TN’s Drew Holcomb and anyone who has spent a minute with the guy or a minute listening to his music might understand why. Read more…

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