Loch Lomond “Wax & Wire” soundtracks Jawdropping Trials Rider Danny MacAskill


Garnering well over one million views in the first 3 days, Loch Lomond was pleased to be asked personally by Danny to include music at the top of this video.  Youtube videos featuring the song also added tens of thousands of views in the same time period.  Consider supporting the band with a purchase:

“Wax & Wire” is on the Night Bats EP, available in the HUSHshop.

Kele Goodwin Complete Concert, Profiles and Praise.

Kele Goodwin’s recent release, Hymns, was celebrated a few weeks ago at Portland’s cozy SE venue The Woods.  Goodwin delivered a charming and understated but breathtaking set.

Watch the entire set in a playlist on YouTube (available in HD).


Get the CD/download from the HUSHshop.  It’s an essential winter listen.

Kele Goodwin – “Hymns” Sampler Mix

“Though he’s a man of many stories, Kele Goodwin’s offering to the public resides in his beautiful folk music—though “beautiful” doesn’t quite seem to capture the essence of his creations. Listening to Goodwin’s “Hymns,” one can almost hear Alaska’s ferocious alpine peaks, rugged with such exquisite allure, upon which he spent many days of his youth.” –The Vanguard

“Although the focus is on Goodwin’s lightly picked guitar and Drake-like voice, contributions from singers Alela Diane and Laura Gibson lend to its gorgeously haunted sound.” – Willamette Week

“Goodwin set out to record this album with Sean Ogilvie, of the Portland band Musée Méchanique, four years ago. “But,” says Goodwin, “a bunch of life happened.”  Read about Kele’s life and music in this Oregonian article

Hosannas Release “Together”, Complete Concert Footage, and Free EP
Hosannas’ new studio album Together is out now.  The band has been seemingly on tour in perpetuity. Have a listen and get your CD or download from the HUSHshop

Have a listen:

Hosannas – “Together” Sampler Mix

What better opportunity to present this entire concert watchable in a YouTube playlist from the vault to give you an idea of the dynamism of this band:


And if that wasn’t enough, the band is graciously offering up a free remix EP with a twist:  each distinguished remixer was only given one ‘stem’ (instrument track) from the recording to work with.  They also never heard the finished studio version.  It’s a sonic journey.

Download the EP for free!

Wizards of Remixery include:







Peter Broderick – ‘How they Are’ Complete Original Performance

It’s rare that musicians are able to upload video of their entire album as it was recorded in the studio, but an attainable goal when performed ‘live’ without overdubs. In this case, video illuminates some aspects of the performance that our ears might take for granted.  For example: simultaneous guitar and piano playing on “Guilt’s Tune”.

On the heels of recording the detailed, epic followup to Home, Peter took some downtime in Oregon on the mend (after knee surgery) to write a collection of songs and record them one Spring day at the Type Foundry Studio in Portland.  Seven of those songs, presented here, comprise the entirety of How they Are, out last week on HUSH / Bella Union.



Watch the entire original HD recording sequenced in a playlist @ Youtube.

HUSH artists cover Led Zeppelin for compilation

Laura Gibson, Loch Lomond, Nick Jaina,  Jeff London, Super XX Man, Adam Selzer (Norfolk & Western) Dave Depper (Loch Lomond, Norfolk, Blanket Music, etc.) Amy Annelle, Chad Crouch (Podington Bear, Blanket Music) and many other friends and family have contributed to the sprawling From The Land Of Ice And Snow: The Songs Of Led Zeppelin 2xCD Comipilation on Jealous Butcher Records.

It’s now available for pre-order here.

It started out as a fantasy.
Rob (Jealous Butcher), Matt (Ward) and John (King) were sitting around the basement in the evening working on cover art for a project, espousing their love and respect for Led Zeppelin in their formative musical years. And wouldn’t it be nice to put together a tribute release featuring friends both near and afar, not being a “who’s who” sort of tribute, but rather a “community” inspired collection of Zeppelin songs.
One thing led to another and before he knew it, Rob was sending out a missive through his network, calling for submissions, wondering if anyone would even be interested. At the outset there was no real concern for pedigree, or professionalism, in the traditional manner, the only stipulation was that the tracks had to be good.
Fast-forward 6 years, 50 tracks, countless hours of recording, tracking, editing, mastering, talking, drinking, and thinking about all things Led Zeppelin. We now present you, dear reader, with the body of work. From The Land Of Ice And Snow: The Songs Of Led Zeppelin

Nils Frahm & Anne Müller – Journey For A Traveller [unofficial fan video]

Fresh from YouTube, we have a fan video using archival footage as a black and white video collage to accompany the inherently cinematic music from Nils Frahm & Anne Müller:


Frahm, who burst on to the neoclassical scene as a the solo piano virtuoso to watch in 2009, employs only faint and fleeting use of piano in this arrangement, as on the entire album.  Instead, balancing accessible and avant-garde, he conjures percussive, continually mutating sounds punctuated with string flourishes and motifs, succeeding where so many have failed in the nascent evolution of electro-acoustic music: grafting electronics to classical acoustic perfomance in a way that doesn’t feel forced or tacked on.  It’s musical, integral, breathing, and the images remind us there’s a sense of storytelling and interplay at work in the composition.

Run On Sentence CD Release July 17, Preorder On Now

You, the Darkness, and Me won’t be officially released until August 10, but early copies will be available at the album launch at The Woods on Saturday, July 17, or you can reserve one now and get an instant download at the HUSHshop.

Hellloooo, ladies...


Local Cut says:

There’s a lot to like about local songwriter Dustin Hamman: he plays under the clever moniker of Run On Sentence (yes, we journalists are biased towards fellow word nerds); he peddles an earthy, catchy fusion of folk, blues, jazz and roots; and in the indie-music sea of bad bum-fluff beards and ironic moustaches, he stands tall with a proud with a truly spectacular crop of bushy facial hair.

Hamman has recorded a new album coming out in August called You, the Darkness, and Me—the follow-up to his promising 2008 debut, Oh When The Wind Comes Down, which featured a charming mix of rambling folk, Latin rhythms and swinging jazz.