Soldier and cattleman turned songwriter Padre Paul Handelman strikes up stellar imagery on his journey of personal growth in his years since leaving the Army on his full-length debut “Until This Point.”
For those already privy to the stylings of Lexington, Kentucky, rockers Magnolia Boulevard, it wasn’t a matter of if they’d eventually break out, but when. With the release of their debut EP New Illusion, it’s safe to say that time is now.
Tyler Childers is back with a little help from his friends Ricky Skaggs, Larry Cordle and The Travelin’ McCourys on the two-track Spotify Singles sessions.
Growing up in a church-going family of crop farmers, S.G. Goodman’s beliefs and lifestyle choices were often conflicting with the views of those around her, a theme well documented on her Jim James produced debut “Old Time Feeling.”
Former Wook Arthur Hancock – now of himself – has returned with a jubilant twang of Appalachicana on his solo debut “Alive at Hillbilly Central.”
Home Grown Head Band lays out a fierce mix of swampy southern rock doused in jazz fusion-fueled horn arrangements on their debut, self-titled album.
Indie folk/pop quartet Wicked Peace return to their whimsical ways on the “High Road” EP.
Mojothunder take a step away from their rough around the edges garage rock past for a more polished blend of bourbon soaked rock ‘n roll on their fiery “Loose Lips” EP.
Ian Noe presents a forthright take on life in small-town Appalachia and the issues that accompany it on his highly anticipated full-length debut “Between the Country.”
A new collaborative EP from Lexington artists exploring the meaning of rest has been released into the ether.
We review “Full Moon, Heavy Light,” the otherworldly sophomore album from West Virginia rockers Ona.
Lexington’s ambient rock foursome Lylak continue their evolution on their latest EP “Leave it to Light”.