Tag Archives : acoustic

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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Indie Folk from Philly


artist: Munny & the Cameraman genre: alternative | indie |folk label: unsigned buy now: [itunes link=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/like-rocks/id395732715?uo=4″ title=”Munny & the Cameraman on iTunes.”] listen and download (for free) now: Revolutions  (download Revolutions directly here) Tattoos  (download Tattoos directly here) Philadephia’s Munny & the Cameraman released their self-titled debut disc this past fall.  October 8th to be exact…and we missed it.  How in the…

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Drago’s Morning Drive


Metallica, Azoora, Dashboard Confessional, Trusty, Fugazi, Soundgarden, Nena, Bob Marley and the Wailers, Cure, Attack Ships on Fire, Rancid and Beastie Boys. It was a veritable rockin’ rollercoaster…dig it. – Drago

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Southern Fried Monday


artist: King Cotton | genre: rock, americana | label: unsigned listen now:Up All Night :: Them That Believe :: Where the Hell I’ve Gone There once was a time when southern style rock was all the rage. A time when bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd (the original version), Blackfoot, The Allman Brothers and the like roamed free across these here United States and…

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Sunflower and the Seeds


listen nowSweet Escape :: Rain or Shine Folk/rock from New Jersey?  Really?  The one summer I spent on the Jersey Shore (Seaside Heights…to be exact) all I ever heard was club music and hip-hop.  Musically, it was the worst three months of my life!  Not that there is anything wrong those genres, I actually dig them…just not 24/7.  Needless to…

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Double Down on Kirsten DeHaan


genre: folk | rock label: SirLady Records With her commanding yet earthy/folk voice, strong melodies and gift for writing incredibly honest lyrics you can’t help but like Kirsten DeHaan.  What’s even better is that all of the aforementioned elements come together perfectly on her latest album entitled Thorns On a Crown. “I’m Coming Home“ is a prime example of all…

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