Friday's New Music 8-25-17


My Politic - 12 Kinds of Lost

Though they've been around for 11 years, they've moved from basement recordings to the studio for their first official album. If you like Americana and bluegrass, check them out.

Read my review here

The Cadillac Three - Legacy

The Nashville-native Southern Rock band The Cadillac Three returns with some more fantastic music. There is a lot of sound for only three guys.


Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real - Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real returns for their fifth studio album. If you are into soulful country/rock, they are definitely worth a listen.

Brandy Clark - Live from Los Angeles

Sometimes all you need for a good concert is a passionate singer with a guitar. From her humorous Daughter and Stripes to her downright depressing Since You've Gone to Heaven, Clark shows off her talent in an 11 track acoustic set.


Wild Ponies - Galax

With the help of 344 Kickstarter backers, Wild Ponies releases their third album. The traditional bluegrass sound is a great fit for the husband and wife duo.


EmiSunshine - Ragged Dreams

At only 13 years old, EmiSunshine is releasing her third album. After getting noticed on social media, she recorded her first album at age nine. She could've pulled a Taylor Swift and sold out to gain fans, but instead she sticks to a traditional country sound that would make Dolly Parton blush.



Lila McCann - Paint This Town

Her first studio release in 16 years, Lila McCann returns with a contemporary country album with a traditional touch. Having a couple top ten hits under her belt and a radio-friendly sound like this shouldn't make her have any trouble climbing the charts, but her time away from the studio may be harmful to its success.