Jon Ashley’s Doghouse Flowers is an earnest collection of depressed country songs that tell tales of pretty much every woman who has done him wrong.
Vaporwave: the latest unholy micro-genre currently oozing from the detritus piled up in forgotten corners of the Internet.
John King’s tenure as the sultan of Louisville love songs has sadly come to an end.
With his plaintive vocals and coffeehouse-friendly acoustic backdrops, it’d be tempting to think of Ben Purdom as just another earnest Louisville singer-songwriter.
Forsooth, before D’Arkestra brightened the scene, yea, even before Liberation Prophecy foretold things to come, there dwelt a tribe of Grets.
With the release of their self-titled album, Thirty Spokes proves adept at their craft befitting a working band with four albums under their belt.
As a member of Old Baby, Sexy Minotaur, Jaye Jayle, and the duo Lowe & Sutherland, it was hard to imagine what to expect with Jonathan Glenn Wood’s debut solo effort.