Rick Deitrick – Coyote Canyon

Any new release of Rick Deitrick’s music is worth celebrating, yet Coyote Canyon is one of those rare archival compilations of unreleased music that is just as essential as an original album. Deitrick, who came to light as a result of being included in Tompkins Square’s infamous eighth volume of their Imaginational Anthem series, whichContinue reading “Rick Deitrick – Coyote Canyon”

Cameron Knowler & Eli Winter – Anticipation

Cameron Knowler and Eli Winter, two friends who happen to be some of the brightest young talents in solo guitar music today, bring the best out of each other on their new duo album, Anticipation. Recorded mostly in a mammoth session last year in Houston, TX, this album finds the two guitarists winding down theContinue reading “Cameron Knowler & Eli Winter – Anticipation”

Elkhorn – The Acoustic Sessions Interview

Last winter, Elkhorn, which is comprised of childhood friends, Jesse Sheppard and Drew Gardner, were supposed to turn up for a gig with fellow guitarist, Turner Williams Jr. (Ramble Tamble, Guardian Alien). The night of, a blizzard struck and the concert was cancelled. So the group retreated to Gardner’s home studio, grabbed some acoustics andContinue reading “Elkhorn – The Acoustic Sessions Interview”

Son of Buzzi – In Nächster Nähe/ In Weiter Ferne

With everything happening in the world right now, it’s important to remember that it’s healthy to pause. Pause and breathe within the space between thoughts and actions. It seems that the beauty and quiet hidden inside these little breaks is what inspired Son of Buzzi’s latest release. The songs on In Nächster Nähe/ In Weiter Ferne areContinue reading “Son of Buzzi – In Nächster Nähe/ In Weiter Ferne”

The Record Crates United Mixtape #23

Lose yourself tonight in the music of Wall Matthews, Jeffrey Silverstein, Jiro Inagaki, and many others on the latest episode of The Record Crates United Mixtape on Dunebuggyradio.com. Tune in at 8PM EST, and if you miss it, don’t forget that there’ll be an instant replay at 9 and another replay on Sunday at 8Continue reading “The Record Crates United Mixtape #23”

The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 19

We’re heading into a more rural direction with tonight’s episode. Expect the likes of Geoff & Maria Muldaur, Cameron Knowler and the Magic Tuber Stringband, among other fingerpicked folk and blues sounds. Don’t miss out: tune into Dune Buggy Radio tonight at 8PM EST. -KH If you like what you’re reading, please help keep RCU thriving. YouContinue reading “The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 19”

Dark Leaves – Grey Stone in The Wood

The shade of a forgotten grave, the call of a starling unseen, and resurrected secrets of the old gods are but a few of the many strange and wonderful things that dwell within the music of Grey Stone in The Wood. Dark Leaves, the current solo project of Patrick Aston, blends the starker sounds of EnglishContinue reading “Dark Leaves – Grey Stone in The Wood”

Fat Knuckle Freddy – Alfred Hitchcock Plays Guitar

With a title like Alfred Hitchcock Plays Guitar, how could you not give it a listen? The Portland, Maine dwelling Fat Knuckle Freddy plays in the style of the bluesier end of the American primitive guitar spectrum. By utilizing his mastery of slide and precise fingerpicking, Freddy creates arid, dusty atmospheres with his instrument inContinue reading “Fat Knuckle Freddy – Alfred Hitchcock Plays Guitar”

July Roundup: The Blind Owls, Dangerbyrd, Minda Lacy and More

We’ve got a lot of ground to cover—no time for intros now! The Blind Owls – There Goes Your Girl Proving that you don’t need to be in the late 1960’s to create a perfect track for Nuggets, The Blind Owl’s excellent “There Goes My Girl” is a sweltering freak-beat sonic attack that you mightContinue reading “July Roundup: The Blind Owls, Dangerbyrd, Minda Lacy and More”

Brewster – Forever Better Kissers

Brewster’s long awaited debut full-length is a fine example of just how personal the craft of the modern singer-songwriter can be. Forever Better Kissers glows with a casual familiarity, largely due to its mix of detailed, confidential lyrics and intimate arrangements. Hints and name-drops of suburban-hometown New Jersey locations and references to melancholic high school memoriesContinue reading “Brewster – Forever Better Kissers”