Soulful and talented Orlando-based chanteuse Cat Ridgeway makes a memorable mark with a fresh batch of offerings ranging from pop-, soul-, and country rock-inflected ditties to more ambient r&b-infused fare on Nice to Meet You.
Van Beek and his crack outfit of Tulsa-Sound practitioners echo Cale, Clapton, Leon Russell and the down-home blues grooves of sawdust barrooms across the heartland.
How Long is an unassuming gem that reveals a sincere and talented musician and songwriter finding a sweet spot with a killer band.
On their third CD, Blast, the Plates pack a heap of intensity into their tight compositions, with most of the tunes clocking in around the three-minute mark and one track, “Sugar at the Controls,” barely exceeding 68 seconds.
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Colorado’s Gasoline Lollipops are on the rise. The tenacious Boulder-based group grafts inspired alt-folk songwriting to the rootsy sounds of country, rockabilly and bluegrass.