As you know, we launched a digital retail store yesterday and with it were giving away a free Suburban Home Sampler with tracks from the upcoming Chad Price album as well as songs from Micah (of Two Cow)’s first solo album, a live track of Two Cow Garage from Suburban Home’s 14th Anniversary, and lots more. I have to admit, it is a pretty damn good compilation.
Well, quite a number of you had issues with our sampler and could not download it fully. We are very sorry for this and are currently working out the glitches. In the meantime, please enjoy this link that will allow you to download the sampler:
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October 2nd OBA Live Amsterdam
October 3rd Take Root Festival – Gronignen
October 4th Paridiso – Amsterdam
October 6th BBC Radio 2 : Bob Harris Show
October 7th 12 Bar – London
October 9th Groene Engel – Oss
October 11th Roepaen Festival – Ottersum
October 12th Meneer Frits – Eindoven
October 13th Crossroads Radio – Bergen op Zoom
London based five Piece band The Dog Roses have a new EP scheduled for release next month, the band are Mike Perrett (Vocals, Guitar), Charlie Newell (Fiddle), Andrew Stafford (Double Bass) Alan Wallace (Mandolin, Accordion) and Andy Phillips (Drums).
The EP is entitled “Just Another Saturday” and it’s a case of “short but sweet” – five tracks weighing in at around 17 minutes, the band’s sound is a melodic foot tapping country-bluegrass mix with hints of celtic thrown in for good measure, “addictive twangy tunes” says the press release and that about nails it, the songs are well written and combine both homegrown and Americana elements, despite the infectious foot-tappers the stand out track for me is the slower country tearjerker “Let the Bottle Take the Heartache” ,will definitely be keeping a lookout for a full length release from these guys.
You can listen to some more of The Dog Roses at their Myspace site and download some tracks from the bands previous releases from their website ,if that ain’t enough to keep you amused until the EP’s released then head on over to Reverbnation for some more from the band.