Lynne Jackaman

A ‘Supernasty’ WKND SPIN: LYNNE JACKAMAN – “Copycat” (single)

Lynne Jackaman – ‘Sunpernasty’ is available @ Bandcamp. by Walter Price Lynne Jackaman’s latest release, the ‘Supernasty’ EP, is a four-track sultry vortex. An album ready to soundtrack a smokey and clanking bottomless tumblers brimmed lounge. From the dance-floor ready and horned filled funkiness of the title track to the simmering rhythm & blues cover…

Lazer Lloyd

Freedom’s Child WKND SPIN: LAZER LLOYD – “All Along the Watchtower”

Lazer Lloyd – Freedom’s Child is available @ Apple Music. by Walter Price Going his own way singer-songwriter Lazer Lloyd’s 2017 masterstroke ‘Freedom’s Child’ is one of those albums that continues to grow on you each and every time its compassionate authenticities drift from your speakers. Filled with homegrown truths like “Letters”, “America”, and “Esqueça…

Pokey LaFarge

Three Reasons Why: 21st Century Troubadour Pokey LaFarge

Pokey LaFarge is available @ iTunes. by Walter Price   Pokey LaFarge, with a half milkcrate full of releases, has a way of enticing the bejesus out of his established fanbase and converts alike. Utilizing hallowed music forms from the past (back-porch folk, honky-tonk, blues, and jazz) in highly-mesmerizing up-to-date interpretations. At times with a smirk at…

Verity White

Three Reasons Why: The Multifaceted Sounds of Verity White

Verity White Band are available @ iTunes. by Walter Price   With a near constant blues-rock foundation. UK’s Verity White transitions between music genre with ease, if not a little uneven.  Hints of professional training, her vocal style shows a vast range. A recipe of rock, blues, and soul (and a little metal). At times,  operatic…

joe strouzer

EXCLUSIVE Track x Track: Joe Strouzer – 9th Ward Tape

Joe Strouzer – 9th Ward Tape is available via Little Paradise Records. by Walter Price   Hand-me-down traditional blues, folk, and jazz songs have been the foundations of popular music since the dawn of recorded music. Sometimes whitewashed to fit the times and/or radio audiences. Which can seem illegitimate or labeled ‘cultural appropriation’ in modern times, but…