Trail Mix July 2011

This month’s Trail Mix is, perhaps, the most eclectic we have offered yet. Featured this month is brand new Americana from The Wilders, Efren, Pokey Lafarge & The South City Three, and Dave Alvin, new tunes from Asheville’s own Dehlia Low and Underhill Rose, trippy folk pop from Bobby and Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter, the first solo offering from Josh Oliver, guitarist for the everybodyfields, and much, much more. Check ‘em all out, download what you like, and get out and buy a disc or two from these fantastic roots artists.

Download TrailMix July 2011 here


Efren – Moonshine

Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter – Come to Mary

The Wilders – Get UP Kid

Pokey Lafarge & The South City Three – Shenandoah River

Wax Museums – Sunburn

Night Beats – Ain’t Dumbo

The Parson Red Heads – Burning Up The Sky

Rubik – Laws of Gravitiy

The Static Jacks – My Parents Lied

The Static Jacks – Blood and Fire

K.Flay – Doctor Don’t Know

Josh Oliver – Pass Me Not

Crytal Antlers – Summer Solstice

Underhill Rose – No More Demons

Dehlia Low – State of Jefferson

Dave Alvin – Harlan County Line

Kellin Watson – What’s The Difference

Dala – Horses

Angela Easterling – Two Clouds

Bobby – Sore Spores

The Waifs – Falling

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