Philadelphia’s Nothing return with Tired Of Tomorrow, their beautifully profound follow-up to 2014’s widely-acclaimed Guilty Of Everything. Recorded over the course of a month at Studio 4 with Will Yip (Circa Survive, Title Fight), Tired Of Tomorrow is a modern, nihilistic take on the triumphant fuzzed-out guitar rock of the 90’s, replete with huge hooks and brooding melodies.
Raised in Marietta, GA but based now in Birmingham, Alabama, Wilder Adkins is a Southern boy with typical wit and twang matched with a profound sophistication. Though the new album maintains Adkins’ signature elements–like his quiet, shaky vocals and gentle instrumentals–overall, the tracks are more expertly produced and mature this time around. Growing up in a musical family and living and learning culture and identity in India for a while has its perks–Hope & Sorrow is the result of that.In twelve tracks, Adkins questions the value in heavy concepts like hope and trust by writing poetic lyrics, mastering guitar skills, and letting his gritty, versatile vocals tell stories on his tongue.
13 brand new tracks from one of our favorite Okies. Wink Burcham is an old soul with a song craft that belies his age. With a genuine reverence to the past, this Tulsa, OK artist has a knack for writing witty, heartfelt lyrics that immediately pull the listener into his stories, ala John Prine, Townes Van Zandt, or John Lee Hooker. The music easily slips between old-fashioned country, grass-roots folk, and Piedmont-style blues and is an important part of the New Tulsa Sound movement. He’s recorded and performed at the legendary Church Studio, once owned by Leon Russell and the home of Shelter Records and was a semi-finalist at the 2013 International Blues Competition in Memphis.