Get Up Before The Road Pulls You Under


Get Up is the first single off of what will be Caitlin Canty’s next album. It was released several months ago, but I am just now catching up on music and falling for her raspy alto. It’s such an intoxicating voice. The comparison I would use is Stevie Nicks–not for the vocals themselves, but for the mystical vibes that emanate from them.

The upcoming album, Reckless Skyline, is produced by Jeffrey Foucault and this song at the very least shows the influence. In fact, she will be supporting Jeffrey Foucault on his European tour and then will be touring along the East Coast herself in the new year. The album will be released in January.

Enjoy Get Up.

  GET UP by Caitlin Canty

Shouldn’t I Have All of This


A band with one of the best albums of 2014 (Dark Arc seems to be really, really underrated; it’s making my favorites list without a doubt) is covering Lucinda Williams. I came to this song because of the Mary Chapin Carpenter cover that was a big country hit and it’s great to hear it again.

What Saintseneca does here is take a slightly more haunting turn than the anthemic empowerment tact of Mary Chapin Carpenter’s cover so it explores different corners of the lyrics. Moreover, it gives me another reason to love the song.

Simply put, it’s a great cover. Enjoy it.


Want To Be Around



All I really can say is that you should take the 6 minutes out of your day that are necessary to listen to Leon Bridge’s Coming Home and Better Man because they are worth it. It would be easy to label his soul sound as an anachronism but it works today and it will work tomorrow.

Like him on Facebook.

  Coming Home by Leon Bridges

If We Make It Through The Night, We’ll Watch The Morning Sun


I love this song and the Dillon Francis remix so much that I am interrupting my regularly (really irregular) scheduled folk music praises to post about it.

Strange Talk has been on this blog before (over 3 years ago, in fact) when featuring Eskimo Boy and I don’t make it any secret that I like Dillon Francis so it’s a great combo for me. Songs from each were already in the playlist at the top of the page (now semi-randomized, too!) so now some word love for their combined effort.

Strange Talk is an Australian band. Dillon Francis is a dude from LA. He’s not bad, if you haven’t heard. Give the remix some listens and love.

  Strange talk - Morning Sun (Dillon Francis Remix) by DILLONFRANCIS