Riley is a dirty kid that makes and records a lot of his own music. He also records a lot of other peoples music. His mission is to record anyone and everyone who has a sincere passion for their own music and wants to share it with the world. For the last year and a half he has been playing and recording in the band The Rail Yard Ghosts.
Doc Feldman & The LD50 - Sundown at the Station After years of supporting other musicians and playing in bands, including his most recently defunct band, Good Saints, veteran multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Derek “Doc” Feldman is releasing his first solo album Sundowning at the Station.
Born during a lightning storm in 2005, the Como Ave Jug Band is a gang of friends who more or less taught themselves how to play music, sometimes on instruments they made or found around the house. They guarantee you will have a good time if you come to their shows.
There are multiple artists tracked as “Bat Country” on Last.fm. Following are two, listed in order of prominence: 1. Bat Country are a five-piece band from Brighton, England.
Music can be heard at their offical website: www.batcountryband.com . 2. Bat Country are a four-piece band from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Old Trees is a DIY folk punk band rooted in eco anarchist, vegan and queer feminist beliefs. They started in late 2011 in Portugal, and eventually became a nomadic collective of musicians and activists from several parts of Europe. The band started out of an inspiration to share songs of resistance while directly supporting radical communities and projects.
Cedarwell’s Erik Neave well embodies his northern heritage. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, should be proud of such a wonderfully full beard, such tough flannel shirts and darkly twisted, acoustic-pop songs that seem to ride nature’s very rhythm.
Drawing comparisons from Townes Van Zandt to Tim Buckley to Otis Redding, Arkansas born and bred Adam Faucett is most known for his powerful, almost operatic voice and intricate finger-picking. The Arkansas native's sound has been described by The Arkansas Times as "somewhere between Otis Redding's soul shout and Cat Power's swampy poeticism".