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Caroline Campbell "Ophelia"

Don’t let the red hair and piano driven music fool you into comparing musician Caroline Campbell to Tori Amos, for us a much more apt comparison would Carol King. Her debut album, Ophelia, was released earlier this month and is filled with powerful, but ethereal piano ballads. Through out the album what drives a deeper level of listening is her storytelling, Campbell is a fantastic writer with beautiful voice and skilled piano playing. She is a triple threat with a debut album that needs to be heard.

You can catch Caroline Campbell tomorrow, May 1st, at The Hideout with Valley Maker and The Singleman Affair. She will also be performing at Sleeping Village on May 22nd with Cafe Racer and Junegrass.

The Lipschitz

The Lipschitz dropped a new single last week called “Computer Magic” b/w “Squabble”. This is the first new music from the Garage Punk duo of Rachael Boswell (drums, voice) and Daniel Brady Lynch (guitar/voice) of Bummerville since their 2018 LP, LAVA.

The duo kicked off a Spring Tour last week at Empty Bottle and you can find all of the tour dates here.

Photo by by Alexa viscius


Josefina "Wake Up Call"

Singer/Songwriter Josefina released a new single called “Wake Up Call” earlier this month. This is the first new music we’ve had from her in over a year following up her 2018 LP, Starry Dome.

Originally from Buenos Aires, Josefina continues blend Alt-Country or Americana with Folk and hints of vintage ’60’s and ’70’s Pop.


Furr "Jail" EP

The Garage Rock duo of George Coutretsis and Ryan Quilty (aka Furr) released their sophomore EP, “Jail”, last week. This is the first new music from the duo since 2016, and thy are promising that their full-length debut is also on the horizon.


Sport Boyfriend "Crying In July"

Sports Boyfriends (aka Eileen Peltier) released a new single called “Crying in July” last week. This is her second single of 2019, and is 3 minutes of funky, chilled, Pop. Both this track and January’s “Fear of God” are taken from Eileen’s forthcoming EP.


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