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We love seasonal music on Folk Roots Radio – what we don’t love is more straight up versions of the same old Christmas songs and carols. Join us on Episode of Folk Roots Radio as we celebrate the season with a selection of music that’s mostly new, independent and definitely interesting.
A Dirt Floor is the band's latest LP, which was released via Constant Disappointment and Dead Friends records on May 24th, On A Dirt Floor, Seraph offer up five tracks of raw, gritty, and dirty as fuck sounding doom, sludge, and stoner rock. Overall, A Dirt Floor is a mammoth of an LP and definitely should not be missed. Highly recommended!
A renaissance man, conscious of his roots and musical ancestry, Cimafunk’s music looks firmly into the future. Singer, composer and producer, Cimafunk offers a subtle and bold mix of funk with Cuban music and African rhythms, a life-affirming sound, a UFO in the island's music scene.
“Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams is one of the best albums of not only because of Campbell and Williams’ vision but also because of their deep love for each other, their passion for making good music together, building songs layer by layer vocally, lyrically, and instrumentally, their commitment to purity in musical self-expression.