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No Depression has been the foremost journalistic authority on roots music for well over a decade, publishing 75 issues from 1995 to 2008. No Depression ceased publishing magazines in 2008 and took to the web. We have made the contents of those issues accessible online via this extensive archive and also feature a robust community website with blogs, photos, videos, music, news, discussion and more.
Every year for the past five years, we have taken some time at the end of February to thank you all for showing up; to give shouts out to our bloggers and the people who post videos, comment, subscribe to our newsletters, follow us on various other social media outlets, support us with advertising, and so on. This year, we decided to wait a few days before s […]
For over 45 years Tony Trischka has been one of the most influential and groundbreaking banjo artists influencing bluegrass and acoustic musicians everywhere. He is a legendary banjo innovator, composer, collaborator, and teacher. His new album, Great Big World, was recently released via the Rounder label.… […]
The highlight of what I saw of Sunday night’s Academy Awards telecast was Darlene Love boldly singing “His Eye Is on the Sparrow” as she joined the makers of 20 Feet From Stardom to accept the Oscar for Best Documentary. I saw the film last summer at Amherst Cinema. Morgan Neville’s powerful documentary runs the emotional gamut in focusing on the lives of […]
If you were in Vancouver at all in the summer of 2012, it was pretty hard to avoid Young & Lazy. The song was a breakout hit for local favourites The Matinee and seemed like the official anthem of a summer that saw the band featured prominently in the celebrations of Vancouver’s Stanley Park’s 125th birthday towards the end. The band’s been touring relen […]
Joel Barrett In a sense, Richard Shindell is a painter of words, emotions and worldly situations. He's a poet, a philosopher, a teacher, a spiritual being. Shindell is a weaver of poetry and melody, the fabric of which is much brighter and stronger than the individual threads. Any label for the New Jersey born, Long Island, NY raised singer-songwriter c […]
Bursting forth with a sound salvaged from the cutting room floor of a long lost session of the million dollar quartet at Sun Studios, ‘Parish Lines’ from Rod Melancon isn’t retro; it’s the real deal. Hailing from South Louisiana, as documented on the fiery honky-tonk track bearing that name, Melancon delivers vocal skills full of authenticity and back countr […]
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