Formed in New Jersey by guitarists Tom Malach and Danny Arakaki, the band took a few years to find their flying shape, solidifying into a lineup with Danny’s brother Cesar on drums and Derek Spaldo on bass by mid-2016. Ramping up their acceleration around the time of their 2018 Cosmic Cash debut on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records, they’ve bla...
“We wanted to see if there was another way to live in this world,” says Jeff Gorman, one half of the breakout Virginia duo Illiterate Light. “We wanted to throw ourselves out into the wild and see if there was another way to tour and make music.” With their self-titled major label debut, Illiterate Light have done just that, stretching boun...
Sleepy Gaucho’s discerning brand of Panamerican influenced folk music floats somewhat aimlessly in a realm of it’s own. Born in Wisconsin while also growing up some time in Argentina, the young multi-instrumentalist’s
THE GO ROUNDS
Described as a blend of psychedelia, Americana, twang-rock and jelly-roll with a healthy dose of pop sensibility holding things together, The Go Rounds write music that sounds like bits and pieces of all your favourite bands exploded into rock ‘n roll confetti.
Ceramic Animal // The vanguard of modern psych rock (and the very first band ever to wear matching suits on stage). Ceramic Animal are more than men… They’re nasty boys. The group consists of five brothers (but only three of them are related): Chris Regan (vox, guitar), Elliott Regan (keyboard, vox), Erik Regan (drums), Dallas Hos...
BIG DILL & THE BOYS
Big Dill and the Boys are a young psychedelic folk rock outfit hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The band formed in the summer of 2015, drawing shared inspiration from the songwriting of Neil Young, the improvisational magic of the Grateful Dead, and the soft twang of the Flying Burrito Brothers. Their debut album, “Dead on the RunR...
Cordovas are an Americana / Rock band from Nashville, TN. They are currently on tour in Europe and the US, possibly in a city near you or only a plane ride away. Rooted in triple-stacked harmonies, southern storytelling, and cosmic country twang, Cordovas create their own version of American roots-rock with That Santa Fe Channel.