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Debut Maggot Museum EP Available for Streaming & Download

Shaina Joelle (of Anxiety Sludge) recently shared her debut EP What Did You Expect to Happen?, under the moniker Maggot Museum. Self-exploration and personal observation via a bedroom-folk backdrop creates an endearing, open, emotive sound. There’s a tranquil, catchy momentum to the songs that eases the melancholy experiences being depicted. It aches but in a cathartic, unburdening manner.

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Swimming Bell's "1988" is an authentic folk vision, plays Trans-Pecos 4.6

Swimming Bell, the solo project of Brooklyn-based songwriter Katie Schottland, found its start in 2015, after Schottland broke her foot and used the downtime to learn guitar. Perhaps a consequence of her homespun background in recording and composition, Swimming Bell’s music is endowed with a rare authenticity, creating raw, unfettered folk songs from memories of people and places past. Her newest effort “1988” is the latest example of this craft, accompanied by a video that seeks to recreate the innocent wonder of childhood against lush acoustics and overdubbed vocals. And as the first single from her forthcoming LP, Wild Sight, it demonstrates a focused, fresh approach to folk ahead of the album's release later this spring.

Schottland will return to New York on April 6th to perform a record release show at Trans-Pecos, supported by Monteagle, Pale Mara, and Andrew Victor. Until then, you can watch the video fro “1988” below. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt)

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JD Simo releases bluesy new solo LP "Off At 11"

Blues rocker JD Simo has a busy spring ahead of him; having just wrapped up a tour of the States, he's headed out to Europe to take on the UK and the Netherlands with Tommy Emmanuel before he returns to our side of the pond to support the Allman Betts Band. Plus, Simo has just put out a new record called Off At 11, in which they channel the gritty sound of Clapton, Hendrix, Lightnin' Hopkins, and B.B. King. The songs retain all of the energy and drive of a live performance of the blues; you can hear the passion in Simo's guitar solo on the title track as if it's blistering your eardrums before your eyes. Simo says about the album: “There’s an underlying theme of LOVE that permeates the album. Both outward love but also inner and self love. These days, everything is so heavy, but I just want to point out some joy, love and deep passion; in this world, we all share that spirit. OFF AT 11 does that.” Take a listen to "Off At 11" below. - Will Sisskind

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Max Subar "Without You"

Indie Folk musician Max Subar has released the latest single, “Without You”, from his forthcoming EP, “What The Story Says” which is due out on April 12th. This is the second single that Max has released since his 2017 debut EP, “In A Dream”.

You can help Max celebrate the release of his new EP at The Whistler on April 11th with Henry True.

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Bill Mackay "Fountain Fire"

Bill Mackay will be releasing his next album, Fountain Fire, via Drag City on March 22nd. He has already released the first two singles from the album, opening track “Pre-California” and “Try It On”.

Below is the amazing Timothy Breen directed video for “Pre-California”.

You can catch Bill Mackay on March 29th with Forest Management, Miranda Winters, and Mariapaz Camargo at The Hideout.

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