Enjoy the new video for I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright) one of the excellent tracks from the Small Town Heroes album released on ATO earlier this year (streaming at NPR)- look out for a Letterman performance coming up later this month.
We’re very excited to announce the release of KITHFOLK Issue 2, Summer 2014! This new issue of our digital quarterly roots music magazine is chock-full of fresh content, from interviews with major artists to exclusive audio tracks, original graphic design, features and reviews on the hottest roots music out now, and music that hasn’t even made it over the ocean yet.
KITHFOLK ISSUE 2, SUMMER 2014
This is a full-size magazine with over 20 articles, all created to showcase the best roots music around the globe. KITHFOLK is available online and also for iPhones and iPads (and tablets) via the Creatavist App (download the app and search for “KITHFOLK).
KITHFOLK ISSUE 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Scott H. Biram
Flaco Jimenez & Max Baca
NW Roots: Timberbound
Inside Llewyn Davis
A Quieter Riot
Jessee Havey of The Duhks
Hurray for the Riff Raff
Travelogue: Cajun Music in China
Roots Music Duets
I Am the Center
The Okee Dokee Brothers
Galician Music 101
Pass It On: The Mizell Brothers
New Roots Voices
Short Album Reviews
Backing up the release of their new album, Small Town Heroes (Uncut review) set for release at the end of April, Hurray For The Riff Raff are back in the UK for a handful of live dates in May.
Mon 19th May – St Pancras Old Church (Sold Out)
Wed 21st May – Night & Day, Manchester
Thu 22nd May – Hoxton Bar & Grill, London
Fri 23rd May – John Peel Centre, Stowmarket
If you can’t get to a show then enjoy this KEXP performance.
Update: News from the folks at Loose Music – the album makes it’s UK début on August 20th
Beat Surrender favourites Hurray for the Riff Raff have released a great new album on their own label Born to Win in the US with funding via a successful Kickstarter campaign for the UK label the purveyors of the finest Americana Loose Records will release the album later this year. The album was recorded in Nashville and produced by Andrija Tokic who had a had in the much hyped Alabama Shakes album, Look Out Mama is the bands third / fourth album (for the explanation) and is little more polished but every bit as convincing as their previous output – Alynda Lee Segarra vocals are once again beguiling, I’ll try to keep you posted on the UK release in the meantime here’s the title track and a favourite from the album.