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The Harmed Brothers and Morehouse Barbers team up for “In The Wind” video

Way back around 2009, when The Harmed Brothers were still in their infancy, Eugene-based percussionist Adan Morehouse received a phone call from North Carolina. It was Ray Vietti on the phone, saying that they’d like him to join the band, and that they needed him immediately to hit the road with them. He had played in a band that had opened for them a few times, and had struck up a friendship with Ray and Alex Salcid
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Son of the Velvet Rat releases Dorado

After years of finding inspiration in the California desert, Son of the Velvet Rat (SotVR) chose in 2013 to leave behind their impressive band history in Austria, and make their home in Joshua Tree. Today, the band celebrates their new home with the release of their sixth album Dorado – a golden treasure of desert-inspired tracks produced by the critically acclaimed songwriter and producer, Joe Henry, with guest voca
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ACLU Benefit – Friday, February 3

Fluff and Gravy Records is just one of more than 150 artists and labels that have joined Bandcamp in donating their profits tomorrow (Feb 3) to the ACLU and other organizations in support of immigrants and refugees. Bandcamp will be donating their proceeds to the ACLU, no matter what you choose to buy, but if you choose to purchase from the Fluff and Gravy Records Page, we will donate an additional 10% (effectively d
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Nick Jaina releases Brutal Lives

Nick Jaina’s Brutal Lives Now Available Nick Jaina’s “broken-hearted chops once again shine” (Vortex Magazine) on what is easily his most daring record to date. The 14-track album primarily features work that he originally composed for a contemporary dance piece in the summer of 2014. These pieces were all rejected by the choreographer, often with no other explanation other than that they were “too sad.” Nick t
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Anna Tivel wins Telluride Troubadour contest

We are pleased to announce that Anna Tivel has won the Telluride Troubadour contest at the 43rd annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival! It is an incredible honor to be acknowledged among all of the other amazing musicians that made up this year’s finalists. Congratulations to Anna, and a huge thank you to all of you who have supported Anna and continue to inspire her. You can stream her latest record, Heroes Wakin
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Richmond Fontaine announces FINAL album

On March 18, alt-country/post-punk pioneers Richmond Fontaine will release “You Can’t Go Back If There’s Nothing To Go Back To“, announcing that it will be their final album after a 20+ year run. Rather than a nostalgic drive down memory lane, the record offers some of songwriter, Willy Vlautin‘s most powerful work to date. Featuring long-time members, (drummer) Sean Oldham and (guitaris
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Nathaniel Talbot – “Born To” video

In November 2015, Whidbey Island farmer and folk musician, Nathaniel Talbot, released “Swamp Rose and Honeysuckle Vine“. The record is more stripped down than his previous offerings, relying on his raw and immediate finger-picked guitar, supplement by upright bass and the occasional mandolin, fiddle or dobro. More often than not, Nathaniel’s narratives take center stage, as is they do in “Born
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Nathaniel Talbot – “Before There Was Blue” – FREE DOWNLOAD

On November 20, Nathaniel Talbot will release his fourth full-length album, Swamp Rose and Honeysuckle Vine, via Fluff and Gravy Records. To celebrate, we are offering the single “Before There Was Blue” as a FREE DOWNLOAD while we count down the days to the album’s official release. Nathaniel discusses the inspiration for the song… “Over the course of several weeks, I came across a variety of
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Fernando – Sept/Oct 2015 Tour Dates

On Sept 18, Fernando Viciconte will release his 7th solo album, titled Leave The Radio On (Fluff and Gravy Records).  Featuring Peter Buck (REM) on mandolin, and guitar, as well as Scott McCaughey (The Minus Five, The Baseball Project, The Young Fresh Fellows), the record stands to be Fernando’s finest to date.  The record has been highly anticipated since KEXP featured an early single from the record, “T
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Drunken Prayer releases new record – The Devil and the Blues

Today’s the big day! Drunken Prayer’s The Devil and The Blues hits the shelves of your favorite record stores and online establishments today. Here are some excerpts from a few early reviews: “Wit, romanticism, weirdness: Drunken Prayer hits that sweet spot once again” – Pop Matters “a slurry of rockin’ back-beat, bluesy licks, filthy slide guitar, and angelic harmonies to boot” – 
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