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An interview with Lone Wolf One Man Band

From the humid, insect-ridden swamps of Florida, Bruno Esposito, also known by the moniker Lone Wolf, has stepped forth as a newcomer to the one-man band scene. With his vigorous banjo playing and gruff vocal delivery, he certainly plays a … Continue reading

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Tom VandenAvond’s fifth full-length album “You Oughta Know Me By Now”

It is no secret that country music has really gone downhill in recent years, both in the mainstream and underground alike. In fact, many of the late, great progenitors of the movement – Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Woodie Guthrie, Waylon … Continue reading

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Something wicked this way comes…again!—The Best of Dark Roots Music, Volumes II, III, & IV

Just in time for the end of the gloomy season, the folks at Devil’s Ruin Records are preparing to release their continuation of the Dark Roots Music compilation series, with not one but three more volumes: II. Rodentagogue, III. Rodenticide, … Continue reading

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Something wicked this way comes—Rodentia: The Best of Dark Roots Music

“…and I realized I was holding my breath between songs, like a child going past a graveyard in the backseat of his parents’ car.” Over the course of the past year and a half I have moved twice. The first … Continue reading

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Those Poor Bastards release fifth full-length album, “Gospel Haunted”

Madison, Wisconsin’s gothic country duo Lonesome Wyatt and The Minister have just released their fifth full-length album as Those Poor Bastards, “Gospel Haunted.” With eleven ungodly new songs to follow up the very well received “Satan is Watching” album from … Continue reading

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