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“I feel privileged to have been able to work with so many highly-talented musicians and producers, several of whom have become close friends over the years. It’s been a great ride so far.” – Michael Rothschild, Landslide Records Founder and President
Big Chief Monk Boudreaux Ties Together New Orleans and the Caribbean On ‘Bloodstains & Teardrops’
Bloodstains and Teardrops is an excellently produced album from a near-octogenarian cultural and musical icon
On ‘Bloodstains & Teardrops’ – Big Chief Monk Boudreaux connects the early music of the slaves in New Orleans Congo Square to the Caribbean as he demonstrates its similarities in lyrical, musical, and cultural content.
Video Premiere: Damon Fowler’s ‘Some Things Change’ Live at St. Petersburg Palladium
Tampa’s Damon Fowler, a masterful singer, guitar player, and songwriter has absorbed the best of and furthered the region’s definitive…
“This is the album I’ve been wanting to put out for a while.” – Damon Fowler
Damon Fowler’s ‘Alafia Moon’ Drops March 26th via Landslide Records. Premiering today on ABS is his video for the title track!
A hard-driving troubadour, Fowler’s music is steeped with soul and representative of the many styles that make up American music’s roots.
‘Come Undone’ is all about Curran’s voice, which has a bluesy rasp but a pure-rock energy.
Whether or not Fowler studied James Brown, Bootsy Collins, or George Clinton is irrelevant. Either way, he found “the one,” and puts that magical number forefront on this song.
“I saw a movie called It Might Get Loud… I saw that, and I saw Jack White in it. I went down that rabbit hole for a while and dove into what he was doing. And he was really into Robert Johnson.”