March 8, 2017 - 1:58pm EST
Upcoming from HearthPR
April 7th - Joshua James' My Spirit Sister
"Dark, stark Americana and a knockout voice" says NPR. James' album lays bare a narrative catalogue of his unraveling of the complexities and imperfections inherent in humanity.
April 21st - The Hooten Hallers' S/T
Pre-war blues, gothic Americana, and classic punk meet on the shores of the Missouri river in a frenetic, heady combination of raw passion and talent.
May 12th - Modern Mal's The Misanthrope Family Album
Lou Reed meets Brian Wilson on Modern Mal's debut. The songs grapple with social anxiety, relationship trauma, and misanthropy, all while expounding on the deep recesses of mortality, with the dichotomy of fear and relief that brings.
May 26th - Zephaniah OHora's This Highway
The spirit of Merle Haggard is alive in OHora's unadulterated country music. Mixing trucker songs with more psychedelic themes, OHora's songwriting underscores his deep knowledge of country history.
Nashville songwriter and fiddler Baiman is unabashedly political on Shame; covering abortion politics, love, sex, and abuse in relationships, to classism and inequality through the lens of a young woman growing up in the midst of a broken state.
Daniel Zephyr Cooper