Left Lane Cruiser – Slingshot (2014)

mp3 320 kbps | 86 MB | UL |

Before they were melting the faces of appreciative crowds all across the country, before they were being featured on Breaking Bad and being touted beside bands like The Black Keys as one of best blues power duos of our generation, and before they were signed to powerhouse Deep Blues label Alive Records, Ft. Wayne, Indiana’s smash blues maestros Left Lane Cruiser put out a raw, unfettered debut album called Slingshot. Only 200 copies of this wicked blues affair were produced before it faded from sight, but now Hillgrass Bluebilly Records has remastered the album and is reissuing it to the delight of hungry Deep Blues fans.

VA – Uncut Magazine 2012.12 – Rocks Off (2012)

01. King Tuff – Bad Thing
02. The Mountain Goats – Harlem Roulette
03. The Jim Jones Revue – Times Around The Sun
04. The Fresh And Only – Dream Girls
05. John Hiatt – It All Comes Back Someday
06. The Cairo Gang – Now You Are One Of Us
07. Two Gallants – Song Of Songs
08. Martin Rossiter – Sing It Loud
09. Ian Hunter & The Rant Band – Saint
10. The Wooden Sky – Child Of The Valley
11. Tame Impala – Elephant
12. Iris DeMent – Before The Colors Fade
13. Cheek Mountain Thief – There’s A Line
14. Lucero – On My Way Downtown
15. Teen – Electric
16. Wovenhand – Coup Stick

mp3 320 kbps | 131 MB | UL | OB | TB

Camper Van Beethoven – El Camino Real (2014) [Bonus Track Edition]

mp3 320 kbps | 125 MB | UL | OB

Camper Van Beethoven are back with El Camino Real, the companion album and follow up to their highly lauded La Costa Perdida. Whereas La Costa reflected the northern California back to the country side of the band with lush and trippy references to Jack Keruac, Richard Brautigan, The Beach Boys and Big Sur , the songs on El Camino Real are firmly rooted in a grittier earth one that lies beneath the southern half of the state and stretches all the way down to Baja California. Produced by the band and recorded in various studios and living rooms, El Camino Real s harder sonic edges capture the sounds of an entirely different road trip from Bakersfield through the Inland Empire and beyond the border to Mexico. The lineup remains Victor Krummenacher, Greg Lisher, David Lowery, Jonathan Segel and Michael Urbano.