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Hear Jake La Botz's Intensely Personal "Are We Saying Goodbye?"

Hear Jake La Botz's Intensely Personal "Are We Saying Goodbye?"

Jake La Botz's new record has a golden handful of slow-burner ear worms—the kind of songs that don't hit you right in the face, instead deserving a close listen of the grooving analog warmth of the Hi-Style Studios sound, and the kind of poetically raw "midnight songster" lyricism La Botz seems to churn out effortlessly. We're thrilled to share one of these gems, "Are We Saying Goodbye?", premiering via The Bluegrass Situation! They're Coming For Me drops this Friday Oct. 18. Pre-Order HERE.


New Recording Coming from Jake La Botz on Hi-Style / Free Dirt

New Recording Coming from Jake La Botz on Hi-Style / Free Dirt

We're thrilled to say that They're Coming for Me, the new album from Jake La Botz, will be released October 18 on Hi-Style Records, in partnership with Free Dirt Records. PRE-ORDER it here.

They're Coming for Me deftly ties threads from La Botz's background in Chicago blues, gospel, early rock 'n roll, American folksong traditions, and a dash of country twang into a grooving knot of warm-timbred Americana. The songs jump off the needle like the words of a profound and gripping American novel, deepening with each listen as layers of meaning...


Listen to Che Apalache's new Japanese-influenced song 春の便り (The Coming of Spring)

Listen to Che Apalache's new Japanese-influenced song 春の便り (The Coming of Spring)

Listen to Che Apalache's stunningly meditative new song 春の便り (The Coming of Spring) via this premiere from the Power of Okinawa.


Paste Features Che Apalache's Powerful Song "The Dreamer"

Paste Features Che Apalache's Powerful Song "The Dreamer"

Paste Magazine calls Che Apalache "something of a Latin American supergroup."

Read this great feature and listen to "The Dreamer" via Paste HERE.


Bluegrass Today Premieres Che Apalache's Powerful Song "The Wall"

Bluegrass Today Premieres Che Apalache's Powerful Song "The Wall"

Thanks to Bluegrass Today for premiering Che Apalache's "The Wall." This is what subverting the narrative from within sounds like. Now let's have a conversation.