Guster returns to the road previewing music from a forthcoming album, including the new song "Hard Times" which KCRW recently said "reminds us of Guster's greatness." Each dollar on top of ticket price is donated to band’s REVERB charity organization, which helps engage concertgoers to take action for the environment.
The four-time GRAMMY winner and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer’s first new album in nearly five years is both poetic and incisive, a collection of songs reckoning with a flawed and fragile world from the feminine perspective. Featuring contributions from Elvis Costello, Kris Kristofferson, Colin Meloy and Sam Phillips, this album finds Cash returning to more personal songwriting after a trio of releases that explored her heritage.
Contact: Grace Fleisher
After drifting through a mélange of past lives - Harvard-educated literature scholar, touring member of Elvis Perkins' band and film composer – Vera Sola’s gothic folk comes to fruition on her debut album. She self-produced the album highlighting her Bobbie Gentry-meets-The Cramps delivery, her Russian literature and Faulkner-inspired storytelling, and her eerie recording techniques; she uses bones, broken glass, chains, filing cabinets, hammers, two-by-fours and whatever else on hand to make a haunting, defiant statement.
Contact: Greg Jakubik
This beloved all-female rock group from the San Francisco psychedelic scene opened for Jimi Hendrix and were at the epicenter of the ‘60s cultural and social revolution, but they never recorded an official album – until now. The original members reunite for a long-awaited debut that spans fifty years of songwriting and features contributions from Bob Weir, Jefferson Airplane’s Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, Taj Mahal, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Peter Coyote and more.
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Across six Christmas standards and two new originals – a soaring "Do You Believe" feat. Yolanda Adams and the tender "Peyton’s Lullaby (Right Away)" – the GRAMMY-nominated keyboardist inverts the classic holiday sound with R&B, reggae and full orchestras.
Contact: Greg Jakubik
This mixtape is a career-turning move for the 20-year-old indie songwriter with a “preternaturally soulful voice” (Billboard). These 11 songs showcase Knox’s growth from her 2016 debut EP, as she has perfected her clever writing, her intricate loop-pedal live performances and her fearless delivery.
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The latest addition in the series that has earned praise from Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Pitchfork, NPR Music and more is a 13-song tribute to the late, great legend's biggest hits. With mellowed-out versions of "Don't Do Me Like That," "Mary Jane's Last Dance" and more, this album will have babies free fallin’ into sweet dreams of rock and roll.
Contact: Hannah Schwartz