Cowboy Mouth at the Fine Line | July 23, 2020

New Orleans-natives Cowboy Mouth offer some hometown flavor in their songs, mixing a rowdy rock sound with bits of twang and a dose of brass accompaniment. Proud of their Louisiana roots, the band aims to bring a helping of Mardi Gras to their live shows, turning it from a concert into a party.

 

 

Brandy Clark w/ Alex Hall at the Fine Line | August 13, 2020

Brandy Clark’s new album, Your Life is a Record, received an influx of gleaming reviews upon its release at the beginning of March – from The Wall Street Journal to The New Yorker to Pitchfork. For a genre that comes across as decidedly divisive for many music fans, it’s especially uncommon for a country artist to appeal to new fans without isolating their old ones. And yet, Brandy Clark appears to be on that unique trajectory with her folksy country music.

 

 

Hunny w/ Heart to Gold in the 7th St Entry | August 29, 2020

HUNNY crafts bright-eyed, danceable pop music perfect for sunny summer days or cool autumn evenings. In the vein of The Neighbourhood or Bad Suns, HUNNY makes refreshing guitar-friendly synth-pop that bounces around with an earnest energy that goes unmatched.

 

 

The Dip at the Fine Line | September 23, 2020

Fans of St. Paul & the Broken Bones will surely find plenty to enjoy when spinning The Dip. Whether it’s juicy hooks, blaring horns or soaring vocals, The Dip brings a modern feel to their retro-soul sound, resulting in an inimitable blend of new and old.

 

 

King Buffalo in the 7th St Entry | September 24, 2020

King Buffalo take stoner rock to another level with monster guitar riffs and slow-burn ballads driven by their psych-heavy sound. Some songs drift along quietly, while others power ahead with defined purpose. Their two-in-one style makes for a rock concert not to be missed.

 

 

Sampa the Great at the Turf Club | September 29, 2020

From Africa to Australia, Sampa the Great’s journey has taken her all over the world in her young rap career – and you can hear it in her music. Sampa puts a unique twist on the ‘90s hip-hop feel with strokes of jazz and African music laced into her production.