Angie Moon shares some new music from the past few months that she's been digging from artists like Aly Cook, Rosalie Cunningham, Michael Kiwanuka, Temples, and Mystic Braves.
From Geno Washington to Muddy Waters, here is part 2 of The Diversity of Classic Rock's series on black musicians of the 60s, 70s, and 80s.
Angie Moon reviews new compilation album from Radiant Radish Records with songs by Vista Blue, The Barbecuties, Screaming Dogs, and Los Padrinos.
Angie Moon reviews the new Netflix music documentary Remastered: Devil at the Crossroads about influential blues musician Robert Johnson.
The Stone MG’s are an Austin, Texas based classic rock inspired band. Angie Moon talks to them about their music, the local scene, and more.
Kurt Vile released Bottle It In on 12 October 2018. A solid album with songs like "Loading Zones", "Bassackwards", and "Come Again," but does it match up to expectations set by his previous work?