Houston-based alt-Americana act, Buxton recently stopped by Candyland Recording Studio in Dayton, KY to take part in the SofaBurn Presents: Live Video Series. The series, which is sponsored by the record label, SofaBurn, encourages local and touring artists to record a song, ‘Live in the room’ with little or no overdubs to capture the spirit and energy of live music. The song featured here is, “This Place Reminds Me of You” from Buxton’s latest LP, ‘Stay Out Late’, the band’s
Louisville, Kentucky’s So It Was released their self-titled debut earlier this year and today TFN is excited to share this premiere video with you, along with SofaBurn Records, that features one of the album’s tracks captured live at the Candyland Recording Studio. If you know the band or the tune, you already are familiar with the soft delivery that So It Was offers, as “The Hour” highlights singer Daniel Lobb’s Sufjan Stevens type vocal.
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Last month, Kate Wakefield of Lung released a sriking EP titled, Songs for Stella. The EP, available digitally on Bandcamp, features contributions from Kate as well as Lydia Brownfield, Cathy Wicks and Vanessa and Marie Prentice. Kate had this to say about it; “This album is made in loving memory and honor of Stella Abel, a creative and beautiful soul who left us all too soon in 2018. All of the proceeds of these tracks will go directly into making tie dye bracelets with mess
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As Your Heart Breaks celebrates their twentieth year as a band, they've released one of their finest releases yet: the queer concept album Drone Butch Blues, based on the writings of historic and contemporary GLBTQI authors all interwoven through the personal narrative of songwriter Clyde Petersen, award-winning Seattle-based artist. Drone Butch Blues was produced by Karl Blau and engineered by Nicholas Wilbur at The Unknown in Anacortes, Washington, and features a star-studd