Despite their alt-country leanings, this 4-track release clearly showcases the band’s love of Oz indie rock. This is by no means a stopgap until the next full-length release but rather, a deliberate stand-alone document of where the outfit currently stands.
Whiskey Helps The Sun Go Down is the first taste from Looch Lewis & The Press Gangsters forthcoming LP. This EP also contains 2 exclusive covers – Warren Zevon’s The Factory and Angry Town by Western Australian legends, The Kill Devil Hills.
T.C. Jones is a folk singer from Denman in regional NSW who does shift work in the local mines and in his spare time writes songs with such passion and honesty that can only come from the isolation of living in a small country town.
This is his debut release. Produced by Adam Young and Chris Dale.
Until We Darken Your Doorstep is a concept album in the truest sense. The songs trawl the depths of murder, betrayal, love won, love lost and love on the run, sung by two partners in crime that are the loves of each other’s lives.
Available on limited translucent red vinyl (with bonus CD) and digital.
A recent live review of the band said, “Dave Favours & The Roadside Ashes so effortlessly blend indie rock, alt country and ragged dusty pop to create their own jangly, roadside flavour. Fringe country with more than a tad of pop sensibility.” We couldn’t have said to better ourselves when describing this album.
Available on limited opaque yellow vinyl (with bonus CD) and digital.
We wouldn’t call it a concept album, but the concept is simple. Every track on Days I Wonlt Forget tells the story of something that either happened to Sam Shinazzi or people close to him. The album has a definite country lean but also showcases Shinazzi’s love of indie pop rock.
Available on limited translucent orange vinyl (with bonus CD) and digital.
In a classic game of two halves, the twin EPs each take on a life their own, signalling the end of one chapter and the beginning of a new one. Featuring the singles, Magpie, Pigeons, Sundowner and Marrow Gold.
Available on limited splatter vinyl (two EPs on one 12″ record with bonus CD) and digital.
Produced by Adam Young, This Way or Another is the breathtaking third album from Golden Guitar nominee, Katie Brianna, and features the singles Boots and Wedding Ring, as well as a cover of Birds by Neil Young.
Available on limited edition pink vinyl, CD and digital.
10 Favours originals plus a countrified cover of the Beasts Of Bourbon deep cut, I’ve Let You Down Again.
Too rockin’ for the country purists and too country for the rock crowd. The title of their new album says it all, Dave Favours & The Roadside Ashes are Not Your Average Country Band.
Hank Volume 2 features the killer new Ben Leece original, Paper Thin, on the A-side plus an exclusive B-side, which is a cover of Irene by Courtney Marie Andrews. This is not available elsewhere.
Limited to 200 hand-numbered copies ony.
The debut album from Newcastle singer/songwriter Ben Leece. Produced by Shane Nicholson.
47 acts on 3CDs featuring the cream of the Australian alt-country crop, including Halfway, Dan Brodie, The Weeping Willows, Ben Leece, William Crighton, Katie Brianna, Dave Favours & The Roadside Ashes, Tracy McNeil & The GoodLife, Lachlan Bryan & The Wildes, Peta Caswell, Adam Young, Spurs For Jesus and many more.
The debut album from former Daisygrinders and Big Heavy Stuff member. Think Gram Parsons fronting REM or Steve Earle joining forces with Buffalo Tom.
The third single from the Elementary Carnival Blues album. Features an exclusive b-side – a cover of Insider by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Includes download code.
The debut 7″ from Favours’ new alt-country outfit. On bubblegum pink and white splatter vinyl, includes download code.
Sydney’s two finest purveyors of cowpunk join forces for this limited edition release. On red vinyl, includes download code.
Jeff Pope aka Crank Williams (Deadwood 76, Spurs For Jesus) teams up with Dave Favours for this 5-track EP.
This 5-track EP is the first solo release from The Delivery’s former guitarist and songwriter.
Featuring Brielle Davis on vocals. Before they were Not Good With Horses, they were The Delivery.
A complete career retrospective from a band that never actually got around to releasing anything – until now.
Was it really 2010? This is a taste of what was happening in local alt-country at the time. Black Hill Highway features two exclusive tracks from Mo Trowell & The Delivery, Chuck’s Wagon, Roland K. Smith & The Sinners and The Dennis Boys Band.