Listen to the new Jack White Single, “Lazaretto”

Jack White has shared another single, the title track from his upcoming album Lazaretto.

The album will be released on June 10 and is available for pre-order on iTunes.

Rival Sons Release “Open My Eyes” Video

Rival Sons have released a music video for “Open My Eyes.”

The track is off the group’s upcoming album Great Western Valkyrie, which is available for pre-order on iTunes.

Listen: The Black Keys “Turn Blue”

The Black Keys are now streaming the title track from their upcoming album, Turn Blue.

Turn Blue will be released on May 13th and is available for pre-order on iTunes.

Jarekus Singleton: Refuse To Lose Review

Refuse To Lose

Jarekus Singleton is a young bluesman from the heart of the genre — Mississippi. In his latest release, Refuse To Lose, Singleton shows off his originality and knack for storytelling, his hip hop influences and his bass playing beginnings. The album has a truly classic feel, but is also fresh and invigorating with its soulful and funky roots and youthful inspiration.

Tommy Schneller: Cream of the Crop Review

Cream of the Crop

Tommy Schneller and company’s newest release is a nostalgic throw back to the days of horn sections and big band swagger.  As a native German speaker, he sings very well in English, and is well versed in the different styles of Blues and R & B.  The album, Cream of the Crop, is a wide mix of the genre’s and is crisply recorded, riding the line between familiar Americana and tasteful tribute.

Laurence Jones: Temptation Review


Following the success of his debut album, Thunder in the Sky, Laurence Jones has emerged with a new collection of fresh material. Released in February, Temptation avoids the clichés usually associated with a second album and instead showcases Jones as a strong artist with an arsenal of electrifying songs. On his first release for Ruf Records, Jones finds himself creating songs he feels are relatable for his audience. “I wanted people to see the meaning and the stories I’m getting across in these songs. You see a lot on tour and that’s great for songwriting, as I can share my experiences,” explains Jones. It’s clear Jones is searching for an interaction, or at least a reaction.

Lake Street Dive: Bad Self Portraits Review

Bad Self Portraits

If you’ve been keeping track of this year’s growing roster of fresh talent, odds are good the name Lake Street Dive will sound familiar. For those who have not yet been formally introduced, imagine you have the barstool view of a local joint’s evening talent. A three-piece band complete with a classic stand-up bass works the stage in a small smoky room as a fourth band member commands the mic. The music has a jazzy tempo, but it’s not jazz; the vocalist belts lyrics out like a veteran soul singer, but it’s not quite soul. The band’s exact classification is left to the listener to decide upon – as for the musicians of Lake Street Dive, they’re happy enough to sound as raw and free as any small-time band peddling dive bar districts.

Nick Moss Band: Time Ain’t Free Review

Time Ain't Free

Nick Moss is no stranger to the scene. The five Chicago artists (including Moss) combined to make The Nick Moss Band are both fan and blues icon favorites alike. Moss heads the group, playing guitar and vocals, but the Nick Moss Band also features Michael Ledbetter. Time Ain’t Free is the fifth album by the band, and they have quite large shoes to fill with it. Success has been common theme for the band, as they’ve been nominated for 16 Blues Music Awards.

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