Mount Moriah is forging a new visceral Southern sound that is as modern as it is traditional.
While the sound and presentation of Pokey LaFarge's music continues to evolve, it remains firmly rooted in American styles of the past century.
The Bob Band is a an old pair of boots, an empty bottle of whiskey and a note from a spurned lover, wrapped up into one dishevelled, twangy package.
From St. Clair, Mo., the Sterlings carry on the long tradition of families making bluegrass music together.
ON AN ON is not just the name of this moody indie trio from Chicago and Minneapolis; it's also its mission statement.
Geographer's tidal melodies push and pull and swirl, creating little worlds unto themselves.
I don't remember the first time that I heard Yo La Tengo -- sometime in the early '00s -- but I do recall spending the next several months digging up the band's back catalog one record at a time, and looking forward to each subsequent release with heightened anticipation.
Each month, this site features numerous photography pieces based on the work of the intrepid members of KDHX's pool of volunteer photographers.
Steve Forbert's smartly-penned songs have a way of landing just right upon a listener's ears, settling in among all of the other mental cargo and becoming firmly rooted in the brain.