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No Depression  🎵 #RootsMusic Authority Since ‘95 💐Spring 2019 issue coming soon! 🔑Subscribe to support our work 📡.com:

Over the course of 15 brilliant tracks, Bingham tells his own story and that of a nation in turmoil, rife with systemic injustice and cruelty toward its most vulnerable. The result is an album that’s an early frontrunner for best release of the year, one that fully delivers on all the potential Bingham first displayed over a decade ago. ✅Read the full album review of @ryanbingham_official’s latest! (📡Link in profile)

This story is an extension of the exploration in our Fall-Winter journal of innovation in the way people make, share, and use music. 📚Read Corbie Hill's deep dive into how the Internet has broadened the social power of music! (Read at nodepression.com)

TWENTY-TWO new ones out today for you to put in your queue to check out! 🎶🤯🤘🤯🤘🎶 Featuring new music from Peter Mulvey, Official: Dale Watson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Ryan Bingham, Hayes Carll, Seth Walker, Kalyn Fay, Rosie Flores, Robert Ellis, Big Joe & the Dynaflows, Nell & Jim Band, Haint Blue, Shook Twins, Jesse Colin Young, Gangstagrass, The Long Ryders, Steve Conn, Carsie Blanton, J.S. Ondara, Buffalo Blood Group, Robbie Walden Band, and Boo Ray! All new reviews: (Read at nodepression.com)

Attending @folk_alliance❓Come by our 📚Reading Room on the 3rd Floor of the @fairmontqueene to check out any of our print issues since we re-launched, talk to our staff, and learn about our vision for the future of independent music journalism!

She was such a fan of @ryanadams that she proposed via poster in 2005. Now that's a painful memory that brings to mind the struggles she's faced then and now as a female musician. (📡Link in profile)

Dale Watson is a man with no country. He believes that country music has been so homogenized and transmogrified that he wants nothing to do with it. He’s invented his own name for the genre formerly known as classic county — Ameripolitan, which he defines as “original music with prominent roots influence.” Read the full album review of Dale Watson's latest! (📡Link in profile)

“Some of my best shows have been in this City. Celtic Connections is very special, and I’ll keep coming back.- @rhiannongiddens | Check out @amosperrine’s overview and photos from this year's Celtic Connections! (Read at nodepression.com)
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Do you know about the black musicians of bluegrass and old-time music? We're giving you a digital glimpse of this story first published in our Appalachia-themed journal from Spring 2018. Also, at the end of the article, you'll find a @Spotify 🎧 playlist we created with the musicians mentioned in the feature. Featuring music from Dom Flemons, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee,Carolina Chocolate Drops, Lesley Riddle, Dink Roberts, Joe Thompson,Rhiannon Giddens, Elizabeth Cotten, Hubby Jenkins, Jake Blount & Tatiana Hargreaves, Amythyst Kiah, and Blind Boy Paxton (📡Link in profile)

Singer, guitarist, and lyricist Adia Victoria’s words and music transcend genre classification and remind us of the variety of artists and mediums in Nashville, a city that’s a limiting label unto its swiftly gentrifying self. Read our cover story on this month 🔦Spotlight artist, Adia Victoria (@adiavictoria)! (Read at nodepression.com)
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February coming in 🔥🔥! 18 new ones for ya.🎶 Featuring new music from Jason Ringenberg, Bob Mould, Charlie Faye & The Fayettes, The Dip, Mavis Staples, Cass McCombs, Marley's Ghost, Sean McConnell, Michael Chapman, Colin Linden & Luther Dickinson, Upstate, Mercury Rev, Henry Jamison, Gurf Morlix Music, Jessica Pratt, Amy McCarley, Eric Gales, and Leah Nobel. Check out our latest reviews! (Read at nodepression.com)

Recorded on her 79th birthday, "Live in London" draws largely from the material Staples has recorded with Jeff Tweedy during her late-career resurgence. Backed by her outstanding longtime touring band, Staples offers up inspiration, passion, and the raw, gravelly vocals that have placed her in the pantheon of all-time great singers and interpreters. Read our full review of Mavis Staples' latest live album! (Read at nodepression.com)

Frank Solivan and his band Dirty Kitchen have created an album that is just about as eclectic as bluegrass can get. Their label, Compass Records, says the band is “defining what bluegrass means in the 21st century.” Sales hyperbole aside, they have a point. Read the full album review of Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen's latest! (Read at nodepression.com)

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