Music Industry News Network [04-17-2017]

Rabble-Rousing Roots Ramp Up On New “6 Stings” CD

Email: FactoryFastRecords@gmail.com
Url: http://www.FactoryFastRecords.com

MI2N www.mi2n.com
New York City (17 April 2017) - Going for the gut (not the gloss), a new compilation titled “6 Stings” (out NOW on CD and digitally from Factory Fast MixCDs) pounds out roots rock with anomalous and reckless abandon.

Title - 6 Stings
Release Date - 17 April 2017
Genre - Roots Rock
Featured Artists - CounterSuit (North Carolina), George Lugatt (Tbilisi, Georgia), TJ Sutton (New Orleans Louisiana), Calle Ameln (Sweden), Stone Senate (Nashville), Dave Whitcher Saga (Tigard, Oregon) and Whitney Road (Lower Hudson Valley, NY)

Release Notes - Inspirited by artists like Lowell George, Levon Helm and Ani DiFranco this intermixture of rock `n' roll, roots-leaning music, and alt folk converges (not surprisingly) on the electric guitar and wistful vocals. But this brilliant music does way more than extol and glorify the values and aspirations of the proletariat, it almost “transmogrifies”. It is a truly anomalous and sincere to the genre in mood and approach.

Featured Tracks - 
01 - ‘Cinderella Story’ - Dave Whitcher Saga
01 - ‘Over You’ - Stone Senate
03 - ‘Weight Of The World’ - Whitney Road
04 - ‘6 Strings’ - CounterSuit
05 - ‘Back Home To Me’ - TJ Sutton
06 - ‘I Know My Whiskey’ - Calle Ameln
07 - ‘Shadow Sisters’ - George Lugatt

This unique release is supported by Banks Radio in Australia, Cator Web Radio, Code Zero Radio, ISX Radio, NGFY Radio, Q108 Kingston, Only Rock Radio, Open The Door Radio, The Indie Radio Network, CONTROLRadioUK, Radio Wigwam and other great internet stations.

###

New York City-based Factory Fast Records produces mix CDs across many genres. Members of the music press and radio stations are invited to e-mail FactoryFastRecords@gmail.com for a promotional copy of this release

Source: http://www.mi2n.com/press.php3?press_nb=197401

Copyright © 1997-2017 MusicDish LLC, all rights reserved. Text, graphics, and HTML code are protected by US and International Copyright Laws, and may not be copied, reprinted, published, translated, hosted, or otherwise distributed by any means without explicit permission.