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Brotherhood Moves to 21st

Important notes if you’re reading this Wednesday, June 6: Seattle Americana artist Zoe Muth plays Barley Street Tavern June 6. The Los Angeles Daily News praises Muth’s latest disc for ”real poetry, ingenious wit and pedal steel perfection.” See zoemuth.com.

Royal Southern Brotherhood at 21st Saloon
And after a Wednesday, June 6, show at Lincoln’s Zoo Bar, blues super group The Royal Southern Brotherhood (RSB)...

Rallying Point

Generals, the new Mynabirds album, starts by unsettling a familiar place.

On opener "Karma Debt", Singer Laura Burhenn croons over a slow-burn ballad that contains hints that the band is about to steer away from the modernized take of vintage '60s pop that was at the heart of the band's 2010 debut, What We Lose In the Fire We Gain In the Flood.

A sparse bleat of electronic drum programming pairs with piano....

Bank of the West Celebrates America concert seeks opening act

* Rainy Road Records is enjoying new digs at the Mastercraft Building 1111 North 13th St. The local label specializes in cassette tape releases, though label owner Kevin Cline is preparing an vinyl LP version of Baby Tears' Rusty Years album for release. Also on the label's schedule is a new Snake Island! cassette, which should be ready in time for the band's show on Friday, June 22nd at the Waiting Room Lounge,...

Yelawolf Still Howling

A few months ago, Alabama-bred rapper Yelawolf (real name Michael Wayne Atha) was performing in Los Angeles when he decided to, once again, jump off the stage and into the crowd. While that’s not normally a particularly risky move, this time, he not only broke someone’s nose, but also severely injured himself. It wasn’t immediately known just how severe until a performance in Madison, Wisc., sent him to the ICU...

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