The headline on this story is from a story about Houndmouth printed by the Phoenix New Times. To be fair, Matt Myers comment was that, musically, speaking, New Albany is “nowhere,” because all the musicians are across the river in Louisville. Nevertheless, there’s likely to be a bit of pushback about this one.
My Morning Jacket contines to releases archival recordings of shows. The recording of the Paradisio, Amsterdam 2011 show, which was part of the Circuital World Tour tour has been released and is available at LiveDownloads.com
K. Scott Richter ran the Slamdek label, with help from a revolving cast of Louisville musicians and wrote a book about it called Slamdek A-Z. Now there’s an audio version, called Slamdek A To Z: Audio Companion To The Book, with tunes from many of the bands Slamdek released records for. Syd Bishop at Never Nervous, who was around during that time, as his take on the new compilation take; it’s worth a read if you have any interest in Louisville music.
Over at Never Nervous, Jake Hellman has an interview with Billy Lease of the band Graffiti; he also has played in Cabin, The Broken Spurs and has joined The Glasspack. Read it here.