Farewell EP From Turchi

Via their Bandcamp page, Turchi (who have featured a few times on MM) have announced a final EP We Spoke In Song that marks the the final collaboration between Cameron Weeks, Andrew Hamlet, and Reed Turchi – the lineup that was active from November 2012 to October 2014, and recorded the albums Live in Lafayette, My Time Ain’t Now, and Can’t Bury Your Past together. We … Continue reading Farewell EP From Turchi

Round Up Time

Following our Best of February mix post earlier, we have now rounded up a few tunes for the start of March for you too. We can offer you ten cracking new tracks to listen to including post-folkies Peggy Sue, the heavy, slow burnin’ garage punk of Twin Berlin, some rootsy soul from Greyhounds, the first single of gritty Americana from Turchi’s forthcoming long-player, and a fabulous … Continue reading Round Up Time

More From Turchi

We recently posted Turchi’s cover of Josh Ritter’s Mind’s Eye, the lead track from their 10″ vinyl release My Time Ain’t Now EP. They’ve followed it up in pretty rapid succession with a new 7”, cryptically titled When You’re Lost It’s All A Sign, out on the 25th February via Fat Elvis Records. You can watch the video for the A side below and stream the … Continue reading More From Turchi

Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: January 2014

Our first collection of free downloads from the new year taken from the best of our posts for January. Twenty tracks to tickle your fancy including, as always, a few new ones. Dig in. The Woodgrains – Nobody Too Lysergic folk-rock anchored by three part harmonies and an instinctive feel for classic songwriting. . The Rebel Set – Monster Vintage crash and snarl – a … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: January 2014

Videos of the Day: Tom Brosseau || Agnes Obel || TURCHI || Kevin Devine

Videos from the Americana, folk and singer-songwriter stables this morning – kick back and enjoy the lovely sounds and sweet melancholia of Tom Brosseau, Agnes Obel and Kevin Devine, and Turchi’s footage from one of the trippiest, most reviled/beloved cult films of all time, The Terror of Tiny Town – an ideal fit for their fuzzy, gritty, black and white lensed take on Americana. . . . … Continue reading Videos of the Day: Tom Brosseau || Agnes Obel || TURCHI || Kevin Devine

Turchi – My Time Ain’t Now

TURCHI describe their sound as “kudzu boogie” which seems an entirely appropriate description to us – blending as it does an Americana style narrative with some swamp blues, plenty of slide guitar and more than a dash of relentless southern-fried groove. Their most recent release – a 10″ vinyl EP titled My Time Ain’t Now includes this gem of a cover of Josh Ritter’s Mind’s … Continue reading Turchi – My Time Ain’t Now