River Whyless is named in spirit of its ongoing love affair with the natural world. Since its formation in 2009 the band has toured extensively, playing hundreds of shows from coast to coast and into Canada. Its debut album “A Stone, A Leaf, An Unfound Door” was recorded in the band’s home studio in Asheville, NC and released in March of 2012. Its sound has been described as folk-rock, nature-pop, and baroque-folk, but in the end the members of River Whyless hope only to lend craft to their passions. Notable performances include Music on the Mountain Top, Bele Chere, Bristol Rhythm and Roots, Shakori Hills, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival and supported Ben Sollee and Railroad Earth. “River Whyless is as much about the music they create as the place they come from… a deeply thoughtful band, philosophical in their methods of practice and creation.” – Proxart Magazine “River Whyless opt for rhythmic-meets-pastoral indie folk numbers in the vein of Grizzly Bear or Fleet Foxes, with layers of fiddle and tasteful percussion…The recording was done in Martha’s Vineyard…infusing the songs with the melancholy of sea and sky, damp earth and salt air.” – Shuffle Magazine
Photos by Scott Preston https://www.facebook.com/stmarystmike
“Lockless” the final single and video from Greg Dulli’s solo album Random Desire makes its debut. The clip was shot by director Bailey Smith...
Photos by Scott Preston https://www.facebook.com/MariaKeckMusic