Author Archive: Sloane Spencer
Not really — all kinds of dogs. We have a new podcast with #CFRalumni Humming House coming soon. Here’s their fun dog-filled video that we discuss in our new interview. Enjoy! Humming House is on tour. Grab their music here on Amazon or iTunes. #humminghouse
NSFW Official Film Trailer. Duh, this is punk, y’all. Oh, how “Neat Neat Neat” changed my view of music! I cannot believe any of these guys are still alive. –SS Amazon http://amzn.to/1TiZ2Ka Upcoming film screenings in North America: April 22-28, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Broadway Theatre, check times for each date April 24, Kingston, New York, BSP […]
Town Mountain‘s new album, Southern Crescent, will be out on April Fools’ Day 2016 on Todd Snider’s new record label, Lo Hi. We previously featured this IBMA Award winning band just prior to the release of Leave the Bottle. When we talked for this podcast at Revelator Coffee in Nashville during AmericanaFest, the band had […]
Since I got satellite radio in my car, I’ve pretty much exclusively listened to Little Steven’s Underground Garage and Soul Town. We’ve got a few upcoming podcasts & radio shows that are definitely influenced by that. Keep your eyes peeled for our James Hunter Six program soon. –SS Meanwhile, here’s a new tune from Eli […]
Country Fried Rock featured Lincoln Durham several years ago, and he’s only gotten better. Here’s “Creeper” off his latest album, Revelations of a Mind Unraveling, available on Amazon and iTunes.
I have a bit of a warped, gallows sense of humor, and Bob Hillman‘s new album, Lost Soul, produced by Peter Case, matches bouncy pop melodies with biting social commentary and personal zingers. Hillman’s lyrics are the terrible things I think, but do not say. I love it. Lost Soul will be available everywhere this […]
Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real have a fun new tune out, “Something Real,” from their brand new album of the same name, available here on Amazon and iTunes .
I hope the new album sounds like this track! New Sturgill Simpson song, “Brace for Impact (Live a Little)” from his upcoming record, A Sailor’s Guide to Earth, out 15 April 2016. Available on Amazon and iTunes.
Long time followers of Country Fried Rock podcasts and social media know that I drive a lot (about 60,000 miles per year) and run a little to stay active. The music I enjoy expands beyond typical “country fried rock,” and Fantastic Negrito plays some blues that I dig. –Sloane Spencer Grab Fantastic Negrito‘s new music […]