Tim Snider & Wolfgang Timber – “By Your Side”

“A beautiful, melodic, lyrical composition in the Southern Rock genre capable of giving the kindest emotions. Instrumental music, magnificent arrangement, all elements are taken into account, including a deep study of percussion tools.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Красивая, мелодичная, лирическая композиция в жанре Southern Rock способная подарить самые добрые эмоции. Инструментальная музыка, великолепная аранжировка, учтены все элементы, в том числе и глубокая проработка перкуссионных инструментов.”

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Tim Snider has been touring the world non-stop for years as the violinist for the American band Nahko and Medicine for the People. He has performed to sold-out crowds in amphitheaters such as Red Rocks and The Greek, as well as stadiums such as Suntrust Park - Atlanta, GA and Rogers Centre - Toronto, Canada. He has played at some of the world's biggest festivals, including Bonnaroo, Byron Bay Blues, Caliroots, and Glastonbury. He has been a direct support act for Zack Brown Band, Dispatch, Rebelution, and Xavier Rudd. Now he is stepping out on his own, releasing a new record, and starting his first headlining tour this summer with his new band Tim Snider & Wolfgang Timber.

Tim Snider plays violin, guitar, percussion, and vocals in a style described as "world-folk hybrid, aimed at the heart, head, and feet." His unique style of folk-fusion and conscience rock will leave you dancing with a new sense of purpose. Tim has performed his original music in venues and festivals throughout Europe, Australia, Brazil, and North America, and is no stranger to the role of the frontman. The list of his collaborators is long, and includes Trevor Hall, Mike Love, Nahko, Satsang, Talib Kweli, Dispatch, Hirie, Cas Haley, and many others.

When discussing the upcoming single "By Your Side", Tim Snider writes: "I wrote this song for my wife on her birthday last year, and we are releasing it one day before our sixth wedding anniversary. The last few years have taught me that life is so much better with someone by your side. I am so grateful to have such wonderful family, friends, and community around me. The song is an unapologetic love song to my partner and a shout out to all the important people in my life who make me feel whole and have stuck by me through the good times and the challenging."

Kimberly Morgan York – Keep On Goin’

“The melody of this Southern Rock can be compared with the warm, summer rain, which settles in memory for a long time. And every time -kimberly Morgan York, it begins to perform this song again and again, it becomes so good in the soul, so comfortable and comfortable.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Мелодию этого Southern Rock можно сравнить с тёплым, летним дождём, которая оседает в памяти на долгое время. И каждый раз, когда -Kimberly Morgan York- начинает исполнять эту песню вновь и вновь, становится так хорошо на душе, так комфортно и уютно.”

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The first single from Kimberly's forthcoming album, out on July 17th.

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3 Pairs of Boots – Leap of Faith

“The beautiful, very bright and lively melody Southern Rock, a pleasant leading vocal and juicy rhythm! Such songs challenge our primitive instincts when you want to leave behind everything that is acquired in my whole life and rush off on a white van on a fiery sunset!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Красивая, очень яркая и живая мелодия southern rock, приятный лидирующий вокал и сочный ритм! Такие песни бросают настоящий вызов нашим первобытным инстинктам, когда хочется оставить позади всё то, что нажито за всю жизнь и умчаться на белом фургоне в пламенный закат!”

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The Dalmatians – Millionaire

“What do you do if you were a millionaire? We are sure that many of you would spend a huge part of money on high -quality sound equipment in order to fully enjoy your favorite music, in the discography of which there is a new single from -the Dalmatians-.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Чтобы вы сделали, если бы были миллионером? Мы уверены, что многие из вас потратили бы огромную часть денег на качественную звуковую аппаратуру, чтобы в полной мере наслаждаться любимой музыкой, в дискографии которой есть новый сингл от -The Dalmatians-.”

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Millionaire is a light hearted poke at the mega rich who set false aspirations for the rest of society.

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Smoky Mountains – The Baptism

“If you get acquainted with the work of -smoky mountains for the first time, then this track will become a kind of dedication and baptism into the amazing world of Country, Southern Rock and chic, charismatic vocals. (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Если вы в первый раз знакомитесь с творчеством -Smoky Mountains-, то этот трек станет для вас своеобразным посвящением и крещением в удивительный мир музыки country, southern rock и шикарного, харизматичного вокала.”

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The Lied To’s – Two Days

“In "Two Days", the singer states a bitter fact about broken relationships. If things don't go well, someone has to make the start and how it feels if you are the one leaving? Find out the answer behind these Southern Rock vibrations.”

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There’s no better story to tell for that kind of tune than one of heartbreak. But this song also poses the question of what’s it like to be the one who is doing the leaving. That’s what thesinger is asking here. He’s the one being left. We’ve all been in this situation at least once – desperate to know if it's really going to happen.

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Beau Jennings & The Tigers – I’m Reaching, Lord

“Exciting and multifaceted track with clear and deep meaning. By listening repeatedly u learn the artist’s thought. Don’t be afraid to get out of your own world and enter in the charm of “Beau Jennings & The Tigers”.”

“Волнующий и многогранный трек, светлый, чистый и очень глубокий по смыслу. С каждым новым, очередным прослушиванием вновь и вновь познаёшь авторскую мысль. Не бойтесь вылезти из своего замкнутого мира и окунитесь в очарование нового трека от -Beau Jennings & The Tigers-.”

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Norman, Okla.-based singer-songwriter Beau Jennings and his band The Tigers have released their new single “Lord, I’m Reaching” from their upcoming album Heavy Light, due out March 25 via Black Mesa Records. Click here to watch the official music video.

Melding classic blues with gripping heartland rock, “I’m Reaching, Lord” finds Jennings searching for something to hold on to while pushing through life’s uncertainties.

“What else can you do besides keep reaching? I’ve heard it said how satisfying it is to call a spade a spade, no matter what that might mean, and I think there’s a good element of that here,” Jennings says. “But there’s a spirit of defiance here too that I can really credit to The Tigers and the energy they bring. I can zone out and write a song in black and white on my own but one of my favorite things about the band is how they can blow it out and bring it up to full color.”

“I’m Reaching, Lord” is the latest track from Jennings’ upcoming full-length record, which was recorded at Cardinal Song, the studio of The Tigers bassist Michael Trepagnier, following the release of The Thunderbird and its bold acoustic reimagination, Son Of Thunderbird. The band — which is comprised of Jennings, Trepagnier, Chase Kerby, Dustin Ragland and John McCall — mix lush, layered production with the warm, retro sound of 1970s heartland rock. Alongside the upbeat, sunlit vibe of “Sunflower,” Jennings taps into some challenging and reflective moments too. “Colorado” recalls his personal pilgrimage to the state following the loss of his mother, while “Juniper” serves as a personal letter to Jennings’ own daughter.

The record follows up the band’s 2021 EP Feel the Light, which earned praise from an array of outlets including Americana UK, who noted that the release “sound[s] like classic heartland rock like Tom Petty or Jeff Tweedy, with jangly indie rock guitar… Jennings’ low croon sounds similar to Chris Isaak’s and Lyle Lovett’s if they had both decided to rock out a bit more.” His new track “I’m Reaching, Lord” follows the record’s heartfelt lead single “Sunflower,” which was featured on BBC Sounds and earned coverage from DittyTV, Americana Highways and more.

“My wife and I went on a long bike ride one summer morning a while back,” Jennings explained, shedding light on the inspiration behind the tune. “East Norman, Okla. has lots of backroads that are perfect for a long trip with rolling hills and long interrupted views of sunrises and sunsets. I remember at one point as she went ahead of me that it was a good thing, it meant I had farther to go, and I just wanted the ride to last forever. Oklahoma has a lot of problems and yet this was one of the more beautiful moments that make living here just a little bit richer. I wrote this song about as quickly as it took to sing it. I wanted to preserve that ride, that morning, that time with someone I love, and use it as a kind of introduction to the record, kind of a, ‘Welcome, come on in, get comfortable’ kind of statement.”

Released in January, Jennings also joined Rosie Thomas for a cover of Björk’s 90s track “All Is Full of Love,” which earned coverage from Pitchfork and Brooklyn Vegan among others. Jennings and Thomas are joined by Sufjan Stevens, The Shins, Iron & Wine, Alexi Murdoch, The Head and the Heart’s Charity Theilen, The Lone Bellow’s Kanene Pipkin, William Fitzsimmons, Dawn Landes, Audrey Assad, Leigh Nash, Denison Witmer, Josh Ottum, Kyshona Armstrong, Kevin Brace along with Buster, Alvie and Jeff Shoop for the collaborative track.

With nearly two decades of hard work and creative accomplishments behind him, Jennings has much to be proud of. From his time in Brooklyn during the late 2000s with his band Cheyenne to his own DIY solo work, Jennings has continued to create art that is both inspiring and thought-provoking.

One of his most celebrated projects is The Verdigris, his 2015 music and documentary film project which focused on the life of legendary cowboy, actor, writer, humorist and Oklahoma native Will Rogers. Inspired by the historic 1930s field recordings of Alan Lomax, Jennings went on a journey to locations Rogers had visited throughout his life. He recorded a song at every stop during his journey, trekking from the North Slope of Alaska, where Rogers tragically died in a plane crash, all the way back to the place of his birth in Oklahoma. The project, which featured backing vocals and banjo from Sufjan Stevens on a selection of songs, was nominated for a Heartland Emmy and aired on Public Television channels across the U.S.

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Son of Cormack – I Love It When It Rains in Texas (Spotify)

“Catchy tune that travelled us far away, with its roaring guitar chords and wild mood. "Son of Cormack" sounds strong and gives life to those lyrics. Discover the free spirit and captivating energy of this Alternative Rock candy.”

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The song is an ode to Texas and its big rain. Based around a bluesy rock theme that is not re reinventing the wheel but really does what it says on the tin. The solo adds grit and the ending has a captivating time change for an epic finish

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The Waymores – Even When (Spotify)

“We all have loved ones and cannot imagine ourselves without them, but is this true for every single person? "The Waymores" may have the answer in their new song. Our favourite Country sound with roaring guitars and catchy lyrics, full of supportive spirit.”

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“Even When” reflects upon losses: People and situations that you thought you couldn’t live without. As time passes maybe you realize you were wrong and other times maybe you weren’t. Some people really aren’t worth missing but no matter how many times you tell yourself that, it still stings when they go.

When we started writing “Even When,” we weren’t in this place of anguish over lost loves but more of a spiteful spot taking the approach of “I don’t need anybody” but also “don’t you miss me?” The lyrics came rather quickly but the dynamics were born later, in the studio. In the breakdown, Willie asked our steel player to pick the steel like a banjo and it wound up being one of our favorite little album secrets.

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Nickola Magnolia – I Love Country Music (more than I ever loved you) (Video)

“It seems that in this song -Nickola Magnolia- aimed to form the image of a soul wandering in the world regardless of its human essence. Good and mental Country music. The state of harmony and cleansing of consciousness is guaranteed.”

“Такое впечатление, что у -Nickola Magnolia- в этой песне была цель сформировать образ странствующей души, которая блуждает по миру независимо от человеческой сущности. Добрая и душевная country музыка. Состояние гармонии и очищения сознания — гарантировано.”

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