• Notes of Life – Eddie Lightner

    It's the rare artist that emerges fully formed courtesy of a debut album that somehow suggests he or she has been making music forever. Credit Eddie Lightner for accomplishing such a feat with his fine initial eight song outing titled,

  • Grassville – Deano Graham

    Having led an established career as a minister and Christian music artist, Floridian Deano Graham returned to his roots a few years ago with his first bluegrass project, Bluegrass 3:16. One of his latest efforts, Grassville is a five song EP revolving around positive

  • A Hundred Highways – Moonsville Collective

    Moonsville Collective is one of those bands that listeners simply can't help but enjoy and embrace. They have a lot going for them — riveting arrangements, impeccable harmonies, and songs that flesh out their feelings without ever sacrificing the inherent

  • Far Away Again – Matt Scutchfield

    After many years of performing and recording as part of other ensembles, Matt Scutchfield has stepped out on his own and released his debut solo project. Combining multiple genres and world cultures, Far Away Again is a unique release. As reflected in the

  • Field Guide – My Brother’s Keeper

    My Brother's Keeper is best defined not by their output, but rather by their expression. Based in Cincinnati, they eschew any stereotypical sound and lean instead on mood and melody. The band — which consists of brothers Benjamin, Titus, and Joshua

  • Self-titled – Washington County Grass

    The words "recorded live" carry different meanings within the music world. Often times it's associated with a project recorded at a live concert. Other times, it's the term for a field recording made within someone's home or outdoor property. In

  • The Adventure Never Ends – The Wheelhouse Rousters

    Inspired by the natural environs of their native Kentucky, The Wheelhouse Rousters have developed a devoted populist following courtesy of the fact that they're certified festival favorites, having made appearances at such high profile gatherings as Bourbon and Beyond, Telluride Bluegrass

  • Self-titled -Jonny Estep

    On his new eponymous effort, Jonny Estep comes across as a veritable one man music machine. Aside from the fact that he wrote every song, he also sings them all and plays all the instruments, including guitar, mandolin, banjo and