Matisyahu brings his Jewish heritage and new music into the lexicon of reggae. His new album "Akeda" still finds him exploring his faith and expanding his music vocabulary with reggae dominating his soul.
If country music is tilapia -- bland, good with everything, unremarkable, nutritionally average -- then old time music, like that played by Foghorn Stringband, is a can of sardines: pungent, strong, an acquired taste, and also infinitely richer.
Despite operating out of New York City, Laura Cantrell shows that her singer/songwriter roots are firmly planted in the sounds of her native Nashville.
A native of St. Louis, Jack Grelle has run the gamut of the city's musical communities, bouncing between punk and folk bands throughout the Midwest for close to a decade now.
Jonah Tolchin plays the blues with a pleasantly haunting and unforced grace, carrying listeners into a comfortable familiar place. His music is the kind that has a familiar feel but only comes from one source.
Tennis, the Denver duo comprised of spouses Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, has again turned to luminaries in the field of rhythm for producers on their new record.
Recently reunited grunge heroes of the 1990s, the Afghan Whigs are making a comeback and return to their R&B influenced indie jams that were such a unique sound, textured and melodic, a sound that was ahead of its time.
With a homegrown, folk-inspired sound that spans across the Atlantic, Ian Fisher and the Present return to their Midwest roots.
Delta Spirit is riding high on the momentum of their highest charting album thus far, and gave an acoustic sampling exclusive in this Live at KDHX performance.