Browsing Category : alt-country

Eureka Stockade :: All Alone


artist: Eureka Stockade | genre: alt-rock, alt-country | label: Cracking Tunes [itunes link=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/all-alone/id478899535?i=478899536&uo=4″ title=”Eureka Stockade – All Alone”] This just in… Eureka Stockade, my favorite alt-country band from the other side of the pond have just released their latest single “All Alone”. As with their previous tracks we’ve shared here, the sound feels much more like Georgia or Tennessee rather…

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New Music from Hand Painted Swinger


Twangy/alt-country type guitars set against a swing/shuffle riddims equals Hand Painted Swinger’s new single, “Medicine Cabinet.” It’s cow-punk gone wild! Click the play button below to check it out here, catch it as part of the global broadcast or, better yet, pick it up on iTunes! listen now: Medicine Cabinet get it now on: [itunes link=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/medicine-cabinet/id441970008?uo=4″ title=”HPS on iTunes!”]   –…

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Discovering Eureka Stockade


artist: Eureka Stockade | genre: alt-rock | label: Cracking Tunes Check ’em out on [itunes link=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/eureka-stockade/id314810937?uo=4″ title=”Eureka Stockade”] listen now: Without You    Violence I had to do some double checking of things with Eureka Stockade. For example, are they really from Cambridge? The one in England?? I have to say, the sound is quite American to me. The pedal steel guitar…

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Everything is Better Fried


artist: Fried Goat | genre: americana, folk, rock | label: Outhouse Vinyl Check ’em out on [itunes link=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/henry/id424883293?uo=4″ title=”Bon Appetit on iTunes”] listen now: Maybe Today    Bulgarian Rhapsody Froglix welcomes Georgia’s Fried Goat to the broadcast with a few select cuts off their latest album. Bon Appetit is a feast of southern inspired flava that mixes healthy portions of americana, folk…

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Sounds Like Something Big is Headed this Way


Ever since our inception, Froglix has been mightily impressed by the quality of independent music emanating from the land Down Under and the city of Brisbane, in particular, has the very real potential of becoming the next big thing in music.  What?  Brisbane? Drago, surely you jest.  Nay my friends, nay.  Don’t believe me?  Then check out the latest digital…

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