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It was an old-time medicine show featuring the kind of roots music . . . whose Americana swing was so fun I went back to see them again the next day.
If one were to imagine the kind of music played in heaven, this may well be it . . . this is a stunning record with lush sonic layers, gorgeous vocal harmonies, and infectious tunes.
Dustbowl Revival has always been about pushing the boundaries of what American roots music can be. In many ways, they could have continued creating joyful, booty-shaking songs and cut-to-heart folk-rock ballads that lift up their transcendent live shows—and mining new energetic material from the place where folk music, funk, and soul meet. However, the band’s newest album, Is It You, Is It Me, is something different entirely. Produced by Sam Kassirer (Lake Street Dive, Josh Ritter, David Ramirez) and engineered by Brian Joseph (Bon Iver, Local Natives, Sufjan Stevens), it represents the latest stage in a band that never stops evolving and refuses to stand still.
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.