Salisbury | Life is a Heartbreak

Located roughly halfway between St. Louis and Kansas City, Salisbury, Missouri isn’t much different from thousands of nondescript tiny Midwestern towns, but Eric Lysaght still carries with him the memories of his time there. Those days inspired the songs on Salisbury’s second album, Life Is a Heartbreak, which is due out on Red Pill Music […]

Salisbury | Salisbury

November 22, 2013 by  
Filed under Releases, Salisbury, Salisbury Records

Salisbury was formed in the winter of 2006 by singer-songwriter-guitarist Eric Lysaght, drummer-pianist Eddie Spinaio, bassist Wil Pelly, and rhythm guitarist Bryan Hoskins. They are from St. Louis, Missouri. Their music is acoustic by nature, delicate and dark, old backwood’s ghost stories set to music. Salisbury is a band that could only have come from […]

Sarah Pray | A May Morning

Sarah Pray has a gentle, almost child-like voice. Though innocent in tone and melody, her lyrics stand as the testimonials of a young songwriter well traveled and mature beyond her years. Born from two years on the road, A May Morning is an album about the hazards of the heart, the pain of loss, and […]

City Squirrel | defeat

The cinematic song craft of Stephan Bayley has returned on City Squirrel’s third album, defeat. The Portland-based songwriter has released the follow-up to 2010’s blow music with delicate mad worship and, like its predecessors, it’s filled with songs complete with chord changes and melodies you can never anticipate but stay in your head for days […]

Amy Petty | Sycamore Tree

Amy Petty celebrates the season with “Sycamore Tree,” a collection of Christmas music that melds old and new with Amy’s signature lush and haunting vocals. With superb supporting performances by Dave Aholt, Joe Meyer and Tommy Martin, Amy’s emotive arrangements of standards plus two of her own original works create a surprising holiday soundtrack that […]

Kevin Bilchik | Live Sessions

Arist Kevin Bilchik’s second release, “Live Sessions” features dynamic, all live performances from Bilchik and percussionist and label-mate R. Scott Bryan. Reflective of Kevin’s stripped back, duo live shows, cuts such as “Killdozer” and “Last Life” illuminate the brilliance of Kevin’s songwriting. “Nickajack” – a standout track on the release, features Kevin’s great ability as […]

City Squirrel | Blow Music Only With Delicate Mad Worship

City Squirrel * blow music only with delicate mad worship (2010) – In the five years between the release of the first and second City Squirrel albums, the dynamics of the duo could not have changed any more than they actually did. The couple played many shows, moved from the East Coast to Portland, Oregon, […]

City Squirrel | Storm

City Squirrel * Storm (2005) – The demise of the band the Hungry Mind Review saw the birth of another entity in early 2005–City Squirrel. Stephan Bayley and Stephanie Wallace decided to join forces in creating a duo act who, live, would end up performing several dozen shows in bars and coffeehouses to promote their […]

Amy Petty | House Of Doors

In recent years the music business seems to have fallen asleep, drifting around in the dark as if sleepwalking. The sun is about to rise on a remarkable singer-songwriter from New England promising to warm hearts within broad circles of listeners across the country. Monday, Nov. 1 is the slated launch for Amy Petty’s “House […]

Ride The Divide | Official Motion Picture Soundtrack

September 21, 2010 by  
Filed under Catalog, Featured Gallery, Ride the Divide

Opening to rave reviews and winner of the 2010 Vail Film Festival’s award for “Best Adventure Film, “Ride The Divide,” is the story of the world’s toughest mountain bike race. Traversing 2700 hundred miles along the Continental Divide, from Canada to Mexico, the film chronicles the journeys of three riders and the spirit of independence […]

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