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Cary Caitlin (2001)

Recorded and released as a precursor to her debut album, which is scheduled to follow sometime next year; the recent announcement of Whiskeytown’s break up and the praise deservedly lavished upon Ryan

Chuck Prophet (2012)

Temple Beautiful
Excellent latest album from Green on Red guitarist Chuck Prophet, upon which he pays tribute to his adopted city of San Francisco

Chuck Prophet (2017)

Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins
Redemptive latest album from former Green On Red guitarist Chuck Prophet which proves to be one of the highlights of his extraordinary career

Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore (2018)

Downey to Lubbock
Pleasing covers-heavy set on collaborative album from country rock veterans, Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore

Fleshtones (2016)

The Band Drinks For Free
Enjoyable latest album from New York-based garage rockers the Fleshtones who are currently celebrating their fortieth anniversary

Grant-Lee Phillips (2018)

Latest album from Grant-Lee Phillips which takes inspiration from the difficult times we live in and transforms them into a positive musical experience

Jason and The Scorchers (2002)

Wildfires And Misfires
Round up of unreleased and live and studio material from 80's cowpunk movement pioneers, Jason and the Scorchers

Jeremy And The Harlequins (2016)
Jeremy And The Harlequins - Into the Night

Into the Night
Jeremy And The Harlequins bring the new sound of ‘New York cool’ with their second album ,‘Into the Night’.

Josh Rouse (2018)
Josh Rouse - Love in the Modern Age

Love in the Modern Age
Twelfth album from Nebraskan folk-pop singer Josh Rouse which takes a wrong turn around 1985

Jukebox The Ghost (2012)
Jukebox The Ghost - Everything Under the Sun

Everything Under the Sun
Upbeat piano pop and off-kilter art rock on second album from New York-based trio, Jukebox The Ghost

Kim Richey (2018)
Kim Richey - Edgeland

Country-folk singer and songwriter Kim Richey returns with her eighth studio album which is her strongest set in years

Kissaway Trail (2013)
Kissaway Trail - Breach

Over-bombastic yet poorly produced 1980s's new wave-influenced third album from Copenhagen-based trio, the Kissaway Trail

Los Straitjackets (2017)
Los Straitjackets - What’s So Funny about Peace, Love and Los Straitjackets?

What’s So Funny about Peace, Love and Los Straitjackets?
Fabulous latest record from Nashville-based surf/rockabilly/punk rock band Los Straitjackets, who have toured with Nick Lowe as his backing group and have now recorded an album's worth of instrumental covers of his songs

Mandolin Orange (2016)
Mandolin Orange - Blindfaller

Fine, acoustic and soothing songs about heartache on latest album from North Carolina bluegrass duo, Mandolin Orange

Mandolin Orange (2019)
Mandolin Orange - Tiles of a Teardrop

Tiles of a Teardrop
Excellent sixth album from bluegrass duo Mandolin Orange who create with it a poignant reminiscence of the loss of their songwriter’s mother

Robyn Hitchcock (2017)
Robyn Hitchcock - Robyn HItchcock

Robyn HItchcock
Irresistible 60’s-tinged yet contemporary self-titled solo album from former Soft Boys frontman Robyn Hitchcock

Sadies (2017)
Sadies - Northern Passage

Northern Passage
Melodic and lo-fi power pop on tenth album and first in four years from Toronto-based band the Sadies, which they recorded in their parents' basement

Sloan (2018)
Sloan - 12

Three songs from each member of Canadian power pop band Sloan make up the dozen songs on appealing twelfth album

Tres Chicas (2004)
Tres Chicas - Sweetwater

First album in five years from alt. country supergroup Tres Chicas, which includes in its line up ex-Whiskeytown member Caitlin Cary and former Hazeldine singer Tonya Lamm, and that proves to have been very much worth the wait