Drive-By Truckers – The Unraveling

It would be understandable if, in year 25 of the band’s existence, the Drive-By Truckers took their foot off the gas and eased into their legacy as one of the most pivotal Southern rock bands of our time. Well, understandable to most anyone who isn’t Patterson Hood or Mike Cooley.…

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All Them Witches – Sleeping Through The War

In a mere five years, Nashville’s All Them Witches have the discography of a band well beyond their years – not in terms of output, but by means of musical growth over only four full-length records. “Maturity” is a term that gets thrown around too often when talking about a band’s development, but the four-piece’s latest effort, Sleeping Through the War, seems to warrant such description – especially when reflecting on the relative purity of the group’s first album. The band has come a long way in a short time and have crafted an enigmatic and unpredictable nature, with each release since defying expectations and satisfying with wonderment. That being said, Sleeping Through the War follows suit standing as yet another hallmark for the band, and arguably their most eclectic record to date.