Wyatt, Jaime - Neon Cross LP
When it came to capturing that truth on tape, Wyatt had some assistance from Shooter Jennings, who produced Neon Cross. Together, she and Jennings boldly color outside the country lines, taking a wide-lens sonic and stylistic approach to the songs on Neon
Miller, John R. - Depreciated LP
7/23/21 On Depreciated, John R. Miller says he was eager to combine elements of country, blues, and rock to make his own sound. He wanted the album to conjure references to recently lost heroes like Prine, Walker and Shaver without sounding derivative
Simpson, Sturgill - Cuttin' Grass Vol.2: Cowboy Arms Sessions LP (color vinyl)
Just a few weeks after the surprise release of the Cuttin' Grass (Vol. 1): Butcher Shoppe Sessions album—which Uproxx called “the most sublime and delightful music he’s yet made on record”—Sturgill Simpson returns with the next installment of his bluegras
Watson, Doc & Carlton, Gaither - (self-titled) LP
These largely unheard tapes were recorded at Watson's two earliest concerts, presented in NYC's Greenwich Village in 1962. Those shows were among the rare appearances Doc's father-in-law, fiddler Gaither Carlton, made outside of North Carolina.