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The Punch Brothers The Phosphorescent Blues Review

Punch Brothers’ ‘The Phosphorescent Blues’ – Album Review

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Leave it to a bluegrass band to offer such an apt meditation on the modern condition. Anyone familiar with the Punch Brothers, however, knows the group’s artistic aims lie far higher than your…


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Our Session with The Whistles and The Bells

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Severe weather surrounded the greater Nashville area when we pulled into the vacant state fairgrounds for our session with The Whistles and The Bells. The specific location for the shoot inside the expansive…


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Niuver @ Qbo Querétaro, México – Concert Review

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‘Mendicuti! How’ve you been? Hey, I need your help’. We all know that, when conversations with friends you have heard about in a long time start like this, something fishy may lie between…


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Back of the Rack: September 2013

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Welcome to the September issue of Back of the Rack, OurVinyl’s monthly adventure into the world of under appreciated, highly talented, up-and-coming music artists. Here, we feature some of the best new music…


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Sam Amidon’s “Bright Sunny South” – Album Review

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Sam Amidon hails from Brattleboro, Vermont, and was home schooled most of his life in the folk tradition by a musical family.  The largest town on the eastern edge of the state, Brattleboro,…


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The Appleseed Collective’s “Madly Crazy Darlin”

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“The whole house can year your damn feet dancing”, those were the wise yet angry words from my grandfather when I woke him up this morning by accident. People say it is hard…


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Pert Near Sandstone @ Denver – Concert Review

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Four dudes, four stringed instruments, one microphone and an old timey bluegrass sound. That’s a good way to describe Minneapolis-based Pert Near Sandstone to anyone who has never heard or heard of this…


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Jared Green of The Howlin’ Brothers – An Interview

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Since moving to Nashville seven years ago, The Howlin’ Brothers have taken their music in several directions. Part bluegrass, part blues, part roots, part old-time music, their sound is both a merging of…


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Trampled by Turtles @ Denver – Concert Review

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Remember the days when Trampled by Turtles used to sit down during performances? Those days are long gone, as the band has been on a steady rise the last few years, moving into…


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Mumford & Sons ‘Babel’ – Album Review

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Who would have thought a folk rock/bluegrass band from London, United Kingdom could have taken on the North American market with a tour du force in such a small time frame; many strive…


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Andrew Bird’s “Railroad Bill”

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Today’s song is a pleasantly charming, yet generally unwind-friendly, number from Andrew Bird named “Railroad Bill”. This song is a cover, as this song is considered a staple within the folk/bluegrass communities. This…


Andrew Bird Hands Of Glory

Andrew Bird’s “Hands of Glory” – Album Review

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Andrew Bird, like the double-barreled phonographs that have accompanied him throughout this year’s Break It Yourself / Hands of Glory tour, is a modern embodiment of the best kind of history; the kind…