Inara George – Dearest Everybody

Today, singer-songwriter Inara George released Dearest Everybody, her first solo album in almost a decade, a deeply personal collection of songs that she didn’t intend to make into an album–but we’re so glad she did. Intricate instrumentation and whimsical arrangments compel us to listen, not just hear, as we hang on every note and ask for more. Her delicate, airy vocal delivery gracefully conveys the emotion embedded in the stories she tells. Tackling subjects like emerging adulthood, family, love, and loss, Dearest Everybody is a guided journey written like a letter to us about life. “Are we alone? Are we shadows? Are we stars that hit the ground?” she asks, and we’re sure that life’s ponderings have never been sung so sweetly.

Listen HERE.



Belle Adair – Tuscumbia

While our minds conjure the soulful side of American roots, rock, and blues music when we think of Muscle Shoals, Florence, Alabama’s Belle Adair is changing that line of thinking. With their new album, Tuscumbia, out now via Single Lock Records, the four-piece outfit brings mid-twentieth century reverb and shimmer to the party. Produced by Tom Schick  (Wilco) and recorded at FAME studios, Belle Adair brings blissed-out beauty and an indie rock injection to the Muscle Shoals Sound.

Listen HERE.




Bahamas – Earthtones

Toronto singer and songwriter Bahamas (a.k.a. Afie Jurvanen) released his highly anticipated fourth full-length album, Earthtones, today via Brushfire/Republic Records. The eleven-track collection features funky beats, Jurvanen’s smokey vocals, and plenty of sonic side-eye and sass.

Listen HERE.

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