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Magnet Magazine premiers new Catherine Feeny & Chris Johnedis video

Catherine Feeny & Chris Johnedis’ mesmerizing video for “Against You”premiers this week at Magnet Magazine. The sparse and haunting track, along with all of it’s siblings, will be available in vinyl form and digitally for the first time on April 21. You can preorder at iTunes, or right here (yep, there are cds too!) Thanks to Keith Rivers for your amazing work on the video!
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Anna Tivel – April tour dates with Hip Hatchet

Anna Tivel will hit the road this month, supporting Portland-based Hip Hatchet on their Northwest record release tour.  Check out the dates below! April 17 – Secret Society, Portland OR – 8:30pm, $8 April 18 – The Green Frog, Bellingham WA – 7pm, $5 April 19 – Sunset Tavern, Seattle WA – 8pm, $8 April 22,23 – Adrift Inn, Long Beach WA – 8pm April 24 – Voodoo Room,
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Jeffrey Martin’s Dogs in the Daylight 2xLP to be released January 20

On January 20, 2015, Fluff and Gravy Records will be releasing an expanded 2x LP version of Dogs in the Daylight.  The doubel lp set will include 4 exclusive bonus tracks in addition to the 15 tracks that make up the original cd pressing.  The pre-order link can be found here, and will ship in mid-January. Praise for Dogs in the Daylight “Dogs in the Daylight is as close to a masterpiece as a folk album by an e
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Jeffrey Martin’s Coal Fire premiers at The Bluegrass Situation

Jeffrey Martin’s new record, Dogs in the Daylight, is full of all kinds of wondrous, dark and absorbing tales. One of those is Coal Fire, which he discusses with our friends at The Bluegrass Situation, who are premiering the track today. “I came across a story a while ago about an entire town in Pennsylvania that was forced to relocate due to an underground coal fire that had been burning for at least 40
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Hillstomp featured as Elwood’s “Blues Breaker”

Every week, Elwood Blues (aka Dan Akyroyd) picks his favorite new blues song of the week and plays it on his show TheBluesMobile. He calls the feature “Blues Breaker“, and this week we are honored that he has chosen Hillstomp‘s Santa Fe Line, from their latest record Portland, Ore. Read about it here, and listen to the show this weekend (sat/sun) on one of the hundreds of affiliated listed here
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Evangenitals Turbulent Flow video premiers at Relix

Check out the new video from The Evangenitals, brought to you by the fine folks over at Relix. The video from the acclaimed Espina Blanca Productions (Monterey, Mexico) was masterminded by director, by Sofia Garza-Barba, and finds the band, well… being The Evangenitals. The track wraps up side A on their new record, Moby Dick; or The Album. From the Relix.com: The new studio record from The Evangenitals was ins
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Hillstomp to release Portland, Ore, on April 15 – Preorder now!

Hillstomp to release Portland, Ore, on April 15 – Preorder now! On April 15, 2014, Hillstomp will release Portland, Ore, their 4th full-length offering and first on Fluff and Gravy Records. The record features 10 new tracks, finding the duo refining their craft and expanding their repertoire on tracks that range from moody folk ballads to the raging stomp they are best known for. Mixed by Chet Lyster of Eels, a
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Drunken Prayer release new video for KEF-666 (from House of Morgan)

Morgan Christopher Geer, the braintrust behind Asheville/Portland based Drunken Prayer, has been hard at work. After recording the recently released House of Morgan (Nov, 2013) largely on his own, he has now taken to creating a series of videos to support the record. What began with the unsettling video for “Hunt Me Down“, continues with “KEF-666”. Again using largely stock footage and free la
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Drunken Prayer Announces New Album

Drunken Prayer to Release House of Morgan, 11/19/13 Drunken Prayer’s second full-length release on Portland-based Fluff and Gravy Records finds Geer taking things into his own hands. While 2012’s critically acclaimed Into The Missionfield was a densely layered studio undertaking, featuring strings, horns, and several marquee players, House of Morgan was self-recorded, largely in his bedroom with nearly all of the  in
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Nick Jaina in NPR Heavy Rotation

“Nick Jaina is probably best known to Portlanders as a prolific singer-songwriter, but he’s taken some interesting creative side roads in the three years since his last record: He’s written three ballets, worked on a film soundtrack and composed music for a play in New Orleans. Primary Perception marks Jaina’s return to pop songwriting, and “Don’t Come to Me” is among its sta
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