The Dean Ween Group return with their sophomore album "rock2," which will be released on March 16th. It features 11-tracks, beginning with the country rock joint, "Don't Let The Moon Catch You Crying." Dean Ween, known as an experimental rock artist, does showcase some of his "far out" sonic landscapes with the buzz of "Fingerbangin'" and "Someone Greased The Fatman." Then, Ween lightens up the mood with the guitar instrumental "Sunset Over Belmar" as Ween's skills on guitar may surprise you. The Dean Ween Group wrap up their latest release with the blues of "The Hart Of Palm" and the raw, garage-rock of "Yellow Pontiac." The Dean Ween Group have some live dates line-up in March. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about The Dean Ween Group and their latest release "rock2," please visit thedeanweengroup.com.
The worldly sounds of A Hawk And A Hacksaw will be making their way back to your speakers with the release of their eighth studio album titled "Forest Bathing." It will be released on April 13th through Living Music Duplication and features ten, brand-new instrumental tracks, beginning with the up-lifting tones of "A Broken Road Lined With Polar Trees." The lovely violin of "A Song For Old People - A Song For Young People" places you right in the streets of Italy as you can picture this performance outside a little cafe. A Hawk And A Hacksaw move on with the Middle-Eastern feel of "Bayati Maqam" and then bring you back to the mountains of Ireland with "The Sheep Dogs Are Calling." They finish up their new album with the Egyptian rhythm of "The Sky Is Blue, The Desert Is Yellow" and the American jazz of "The Washing Bear." To find out more about A Hawk And A Hacksaw and their latest release "Forest Bathing," please visit ahawkandahacksaw.net.