Mad Mackerel Recommends… The Payroll Union

Paris of America, the new album by The Payroll Union, continues the band’s fascination with America’s dark past. These eight songs explore the violence of the ‘riot era’ in Philadelphia during the 1830s and 1840s. Inhabiting the stories of radical writers, anti-Catholic brawlers, firebrand preachers, and violent ward bosses, the album imagines a city in… Read More Mad Mackerel Recommends… The Payroll Union

Introducing >>> Patrick Kinsley & A Fistful Of Dollars

Taking his cues from the greats such as Merle Haggard right through to southern rocking legends like the Drive-By Truckers, Patrick Kinsley & A Fistful Of Dollars play outlaw folk and country that is shot through with a raw, burning integrity. These are blue collar stories of truck drivers and bartenders, too much whiskey and too little… Read More Introducing >>> Patrick Kinsley & A Fistful Of Dollars

Introducing >>> The Treacherous French

The Treacherous French are an eclectic rock band hailing from all corners of the San Francisco Bay Area. Their newest collection of music is a recently released self-titled debut full-length album, which spans the band’s range of indie folk, alt-country, and alternative rock. With influences including The Head and The Heart, The Decemberists, Bright Eyes,… Read More Introducing >>> The Treacherous French