This is the second song to be released from Passenger’s new album Runaway. It has a distinct country flavour and is quite gorgeous.
Once of Bedford and The Whybirds, now of New York and with his band the Penny Dreadfuls), Luke Tuchscherer has cooked up a gloriously unholy racket on his third album. Full of the sort of muscular heartland rock’n’roll that’s replete with hooks, chunky guitar work and big choruses, it’s a delight from start to finish. He sets out his stall from with off with the pin your ears back ‘Sudden Getaway’, moves on to ‘The MF Blues’, which is unabbreviated on the vocal, and driven by one of those riffs you’re sure you’ve heard before but actually haven’t. ‘Ain’t That What They Say’ brings the melody without sacrificing the muscle and features a blistering guitar solo. It’s not all full-on though as evidenced by the tender and reflective too ‘Ghosts’. Continue reading “Luke Tuchscherer “Pieces” (Clubhouse, 2018)”
In the retro slot this week is this great song from 10,000 Maniacs from their classic but somewhat underappreciated album In My Tribe. Have a great weekend everyone.
This is the excellent new single from rising Brit country star Lisa Wright, taken from her new EP Mind Of Mine which is out now.
Rising star H.C. McEntire has included her family and community in this great video to accompany the powerful video for Baby’s Got The Blues from her acclaimed album Lionheart.
A post-apocalyptic Mad Max feel for this video that accompanies some serious and dirty rock’n’roll on the title track of Jason Charles Miller’s new album, out on July 15th.
A great summery vibe from Northern Irish singer-songwriter Chris Keys here on his next single, due for release in August.
A live version of a stone cold classic from Little Feat for this week’s retro slot, with the added bonus of Bonnie Raitt and Emmylou Harris. Have a great weekend everyone.
Canadian Andrew Collins is releasing two albums, Tongue and Groove on June 25th, the first songs, the second instrumentals. This is from the latter and shows some impressive chops. Great fun too.
A delicate and lovely song from I’m Kingfisher (known a long time ago as Thomas Denver Jonsson), taken from his new album Transit (Fading Trails Recordings) which we at AUK liked very much indeed.