Interview: Kevn Kinney of Drivin N Cryin

Yesterday I published my feature based on an interview with Kevn Kinney. Today I present the entire interview. — bk Bill Kopp: The new vinyl album Best of Songs compiles […]

Drivin N Cryin’s Kevn Kinney: Sowing Confusion

Since their debut in the mid 1980s, Atlanta-based Drivin N Cryin have crafted their own take on southern rock. Led by guitarist/songwriter Kevn Kinney, the group has distilled its many […]

EP Review: Lynx Deluxe — Jungleland

Here’s something different. Lynx Deluxe’s Jungleland is a five-song EP that builds its sound around heavy beats. Not the electronic kind, though; this is no hip-hip or electro endeavor. Real […]

30 Days Out, May 2021 #2: Asheville Jazz Orchestra, Drivin N Cryin, Hit Dogs, Ana Popović

While it remains to be seen what exactly the “new normal” is, it indeed looks like we’re there. Mask mandates are lifted, responsible people have been getting vaccinated, and venues […]

Sadler Vaden is Getting ‘Out There’ (Part Two)

Continued from Part One … Both Kevn and Jason make pretty plain their perspective on “big issues,” things beyond music. And those perspectives really do inform the music that they […]

Sadler Vaden is Getting ‘Out There’ (Part One)

Guitarist Sadler Vaden has been a member of Jason Isbell’s 400 Unit since 2013. He’s part of the Grammy-winning team that made 2015’s Something More Than Free and the band’s […]

Best of 2015: Video (DVD and/or Blu-ray)

It takes a good bit more time and effort to screen a DVD or Blu-ray than it does to check out an album. With the latter, I can let the […]

Hundred-word Reviews for July 2015, Part 1

Power pop is a term that can be taken to mean a lot of different things. For me it almost always means fun and appealing music. Here are five examples, […]

Coming Attractions

Lots in the hopper right now at Musoscribe World HQ. Here are some teasers of what you can expect in the coming days: Translator were one of the more exciting […]

DVD Review: Scarred But Smarter

Plenty of bands have but one good album in them. In the old days – when record companies were still a thing – it went like this: band forms, usually […]