I came across a nice story of two musicians who met in the remote land of Lithuania. A small country with a big musical heart. Blues musician Mighty Mo Rodgers (USA) and the keeper of ancient African Griot traditions, Baba Sissoko (Mali) found common ground in their Griot Blues sound. The result is a unique album built on blues and ancient roots music.
The Jaded Juice Riders are a surf rock band hailing from California. This October they released a new album Bowl Cut on Spirit Goth Records. Two songs are already brought out: ‘Deathsurf” and “Mr. Psycho”. This band really takes their song off full-throttle with powerful surf guitar riffs in style of the Dead Ghosts and Dick Dale and his Deltones.
They clearly built their music in the house of blues and took inspiration from all styles in the roots, soul and blues genre before it developed into Rock ‘n’Roll. This results in soulful and bluesy songs with a whole lot of diversity. Trainman Blues is hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark and recently released three singles from their upcoming album.
She makes you think back to the days of the Doo Wop singers era and the nostalgic sound of the sixties, The Drifters meet the sixties music scene in a pessimistic soulful duet. With her band, she creates a unique stage presence, always beautiful dresses and melodious soundscape in a dreamy theatre. Prom Queen is definitely a unique voice in today’s music scene.
He grew up on his family farm in Iowa, respecting the land on a philosophy of caring for crops, and to never take more than is needed and, ultimately, to try to leave things better than how they were found. With that approach, William Elliott Whitmore is recording beautiful albums since 2003 in the Folk and Roots genre.