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Snakehole – Interludes of Insanity (Wharf Cat Records

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Snakehole releases Interludes of Insanity on Wharf Cat Records, March 24 Snakehole has managed to turn Interludes of Insanity into the soundtrack to someone getting all of their teeth pulled. Slather you some sloppy joe’s all over your body because this duo has an appropriately-named messy album of mass chaos. “Hollow Tomorrow”

The Wooden Sky – Swimming in Strange Waters (Nevado Records)

The Wooden Sky releases Swimming in Strang Waters April 7 on Nevado Music There is a song on Swimming in Strange Waters that best encapsulates The Wooden Sky and their current direction as a group. “Baby we were born to die,” echoes voices down the dusty road to eternity. From the song,

SOFTSPOT – Clearing (Arrowhawk)

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SOFTSPOT releases magnificent new album Clearing, April 7 on Arrowhawk SOFTSPOT not only returns with a dashing new release but they do so a four piece. Clearing moves like a painting—mysterious and alluring. The album pulsates with electronic geology, formulating a world of mystique. Sarah Kinlaw and Bryan Keller Jr., formed SOFTSPOT in

Righteous Hillbillies – Two Wheels Down A Lost Highway (Self-Released)

Righteous Hillbillies on Selective Memory

Righteous Hillbillies tap the Muscle Shoals sound on their third release The humidity the emits from Righteous Hillbillies’ Two Wheels Down A Lost Highway is an illusion. Their latest album is what Southern rock dreams are made of. And if you feel the same, you are not too far off the mark. However,

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