Nick Ferrio & His Feelings – Introducing Nick Ferrio & His Feelings

Nick Ferrio & His Feelings

Nick Ferrio is a country singer-songwriter from Peterborough, ON who has played bass for The Burning Hell for the past six years. Now, Ferrio is venturing out with a solo effort of exquisite country songs under the cleverly named (and inarguably fitting) backing band moniker of Nick Ferrio & His Feelings. The nine songs that [...]

Listen: Stream New Albums from Dylan, The XX, David Byrne and St. Vincent, and More

Bob Dylan Tempest

If you’re itching for high-profile new music, you can take several albums for a test spin before dropping your money on them come release day. Bob Dylan’s new album, Tempest, is his 35th studio album, and it marks the 50th anniversary celebration of his debut release. Tempest hits stores on Sept. 11, but you can [...]

Watch: Bob Dylan – Duquesne Whistle

Bob Dylan

In support of Bob Dylan’s upcoming record, Tempest, he has released a video for the first song on the record, “Duquesne Whistle.” Shown wandering the streets with hoodlums, cross-dressers and what appears to be a Kiss cover band member, Dylan’s latest video mixes humor, romance and anonymous kidnap beatings. Tempest is expected to drop September [...]

Bob Dylan’s Highly Anticipated New Album Tempest Will Be Celebrated by Global Fan Events


Musical icon Bob Dylan is releasing his 35th studio album, Tempest, on Sept. 11. Columbia Records announced an international lineup of events allowing fans around the world to experience the anticipated album before its release.   The opening track from Tempest, “Duquesne Whistle” will premiere on NPR Online (NPR.org/music) on Monday, August 27.  The Los Angeles [...]

TST Interview: Ryan Bingham

Ryan Bingham

On September 18, Academy Award winner, Grammy winner, and all-around gifted, young songwriter, Ryan Bingham will be self-releasing his fourth album, Tomorrowland, on his new imprint of Axster Bingham Records. The 31-year-old songwriter with deep West Texas roots has a dual fondness for drafting timeless, poetic verses about hardscrabble, downtrodden souls and letting rip with [...]

Listen: Bob Dylan – ‘Early Roman Kings’


Perhaps not the first place you’d expect to find the music of a folk legend, the latest trailer for military-action-drama Strike Back featured some as-of-yet unheard music from Bob Dylan‘s latest album, Tempest. Unfortunately, the noisy trailer makes much of the song difficult to distinguish, so perhaps we can give it a second listen when it’s [...]

Robert Francis – Strangers in the First Place

Robert Francis

It’s a hell of a mistake to try to pigeonhole Robert Francis into an easy classification. The man works a lifetime of influences into his beautiful Laurel Canyonesque brand of alternately sepia-toned and polychromatic singer-songwriter rock. His songs are never indistinguishable, the versatility of genres always suits the song at hand, and his sound is [...]

Take a Listen: L.A. Salami


One of the most instantly heartwarming artists I’ve come across in awhile is UK folk songwriter L.A. Salami. My TST editor passed along a mystery package to my inbox yesterday with the odd, short message “not sure who this is” that was the extent of text in the message. I got past my seconds-long suspicion [...]