New Jesca Hoop Track Featuring Lucius!

Jesca Hoop returns with a new single called “Shoulder Charge,” featuring Lucius. The title is inspired by Elbow’s song “Friend of Ours,” which references the sensation of human contact when brushing against another person or being in a confined space with strangers. Hoop was prompted to reflect on how we often hide personal issues from Read more | For more information and tour dates, visit Jesca Hoop's artist page.

Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Dave Alvin Release Music Video for “Walk On”

“When Americana Royalty, one a Blaster the other a Flatlander, come together to make music together the result is pure magic.”  – Rock is the New Roll Pioneers of Americana, Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Dave Alvin have released a new music video for their song “Walk On”, written by blues legends Brownie and Ruthie McGhee. The Read more | For more information and tour dates, visit their artist page.

Rhiannon Giddens And Francesco Turrisi Join Forces For New Album

Rhiannon Giddens’ forthcoming album there is no Other was recorded and produced over a span of five days in Dublin. Giddens aims to celebrate creativity, commonality and condemn the idea of “othering”. She enlisted the help of multi-instrumentalist Francesco Turrisi to bring her project to life; the two finding kindred spirits in each other through Read more | For more information and tour dates, check out the duo's artist page.

NPR Music Top 10: Heavy Rotation

         NPR Music’s Heavy Rotation is popular among its listeners, but their Top Ten list was newly published yesterday. In no particular order, Our Native Daughters and Josh Ritter both had the honor of being featured. Ritter’s “Old Black Magic” from his new album Fever Breaks (due April 26) was praised for its dramatic nature Read more | Read NPR's Full Article Here.

Our Native Daughters: 5-Star Review from The Guardian

Our Native Daughters, consisting of Rhiannon Giddens, Amythyst Kiah, Leyla McCalla and Allison Russell, received a 5-star review from The Guardian on Thursday for their record Songs From Our Native Daughters. The review praised the “four black female banjo players wrestling with gender, race, slavery, sexual assault, and the domination of the male gaze”. The Read more | For The Guardian's full article, click here.

Rosanne Cash in Rolling Stone

 “Rosanne Cash talks Channeling Feminist Rage on She Remembers Everything” – Read the article here! For more information on Rosanne Cash, visit her Artist Page Read more | Read the full article at Rolling Stone

Sons of Serndip Return to the America’s Got Talent Stage

On Monday, Feb 4, 2019, Sons of Serndip returned to America’s Got Talent on NBC to compete against the show’s biggest stars from around the world. Watch their performance of “Somewhere Only We Know” here! Read more | Watch their performance of "Somewhere Only We Know"

Dom Flemons Earns International Acclaim for ‘Black Cowboys’ in 2018

Dom Flemons “The American Songster” has been celebrated extensively for his 2018 release of Black Cowboys, a record which, in his own words, “pays tribute to the music, culture, and the complex history of the golden era of the Wild West.” The American Songster’s works have gained praise from many of the most respected names Read more | Check out Dom Flemons' Artist Page