Exploring Another Dimension with Dead Bed Bad’s “Love Burns the Man”

Loves Burns the Man is bluegrass melancholy, swampy jazz, metropolitan blues. It’s gritty and sleek all at once. The sound is more than unique; it’s damn near incomparable. But that doesn’t stop this record from providing licks, hooks, lyrics, and vocals that belong on the airwaves for all – as well at home, with candles and headphones, for any witch doctor to have all to themselves.

Don Danger Jon explores some California Bluegrass from The Budrows

The Budrows are a California based foot stompin old timey and rootsy-bluesy Americana band with a self-titled album out this year. Don Danger Jon dips a toe in and finds the water’s fine!

Our Own Devices gives you plenty to explore, plenty to feel, plenty to anticipate…

“…Our Own Devices gives you plenty to explore, plenty to feel, plenty to anticipate. Fade Away truly sets the tone for this ride, satisfying but with the pledge of a few curveballs coming your way. Go ahead, let them smack you in the face. That way you’re ready for the rest of what this power trio throws at you…”

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