Their new album, Blur the Line, still has a few more weeks before being unleashed (10/1), but Those Darlins still made their way up to give STL an advance listen. The evening festivities took place at the Open Highway Festival at Off Broadway, but the Nashville group took a detour to KDHX that afternoon to record an in-studio set. A few shots from the appointment await you after the jump.
After hearing her NPR Tiny Desk Concert, I definitely looked forward to hearing Dana Falconberry‘s set/interview at KDHX for the show Wax Lyrical. While currently based in Austin, TX, the songwriter draws heavily from her home and frequent travel destination of the Leelanau peninsula, explaining some of her other influences on her interview with host Caron House. The three-song set (Possum Song / Crooked River / Dolomite) is available for streaming on the KDHX site, so go forth and stream and feel free to check out some additional shots from the session below.
Dessa brought her Parts of Speech Tour back through St. Louis and brought along some bandmates to KDHX for Will Wander’s show Elevated Rhymestate. The Doomtree stalwart showcased tracks from her latest album (Call Off Your Ghost / The Lamb / Annabelle), which are now available for you to stream online at KDHX.
Unphased by the crazy downpour that preceded their arrival, Mount Moriah returned to the KDHX studio prior to an evening performance at the Old Rock House. Recording four songs from their second album, Miracle Temple, the North Carolina band showed off the collaborative results between singer/guitarist Heather McEntire and guitarist Jenks Miller, who both moonlight in other musical projects (Bellafea, Horseback).
The session (Swannanoa / Bright Lights / Eureka Springs / White Sands) is now available for streaming on the KDHX Soundcloud site and some pictures from their time in the studio are available for viewing after the jump.
“Publish My Love” was my first exposure to Rogue Wave, tucked away on 5th mix for The O.C. that I had strangely picked up years back. Since then, the Oakland band has been through plenty of changes, including trips through the Sub Pop, Brushfire and now Vagrant roster lineups and now the release of their newest album, Nightingale Floors.
Zack Rogue and Co. certainly had a lot they could talk about and that’s why Collector’s Edition and the KDHX Studios opened their studio doors to the band, recording an interview and three-song session (Used to It / Figured it Out / College) available for you to stream on the KDHX Soundcloud site. Pictures from the acoustic performance and interview session are also available after the jump.