FHE002:  Katharine Whalen & Her Fascinators - Madly Love

FHE002: Katharine Whalen & Her Fascinators - Madly Love

"Madly Love is always rewarding.  If you want an easy reference point, imagine a less contrived She & Him, with Southern grit taking the place of all the coyness.  Sounds pretty good, doesn't it?"

-Popmatters

To order the album and other Katharine Whalen merchandise, visit the Five Head Store.  

FHE003:  Justin Robinson & the Mary Annettes - Bones for Tinder

FHE003: Justin Robinson & the Mary Annettes - Bones for Tinder

While Justin Robinson is most known as a member of the Grammy award-winning, old-time African-American string band the Carolina Chocolate Drops, his passions are not limited to any single field.  Bones for Tinder paints a much more vivid picture of this eclectic individual than his work in the Carolina Chocolate Drops ever did. 

Blurt Magazine writes, "Folk music, even loosely defined, is rarely this rivetingly unpredictable."  Shuffle Magazine writes, "Robinson's debut is a series of wrong turns for the right reasons.  If there exists a parcel of common ground between Andre 3000 and John Hartford, Robinson stands confidently upon it, shovel in hand."

To order the album, visit the Five Head Store

FHE004:  My Darling Clementine - How Do You Plead?

FHE004: My Darling Clementine - How Do You Plead?

 My Darling Clementine is the UK country duo comprised of Michael Weston King & Lou Dalgleish. The North American CD release of this album includes updated artwork and expanded packaging, including two bonus tracks - one of which is a great reworking of George Harrison's "It's All Too Much"!

In a 4 star review, Uncut Magazine says, "All new duets that carry the sting of authentic classics.  This is elegant, grown-up country.  Just wonderful!"  Duncan Warwick, editor of Country Music People, writes, "Ladies and gentleman, I give you the best British country record ever!"

To order the CD or to pick-up a very limited edition copy of the European vinyl pressing, visit the Five Head store.

FHE005: Farewell Milwaukee - Can't Please You, Can't Please Me

FHE005: Farewell Milwaukee - Can't Please You, Can't Please Me

Swift and inventive, Farewell Milwaukee’s sound is informed by artists from the 60s and 70s but is never beholden to them. Instead Farewell Milwaukee bend those influences into new shapes and sounds. On Can’t Please, You Can’t Please Me they work hard to make it look easy, establishing a casual country-rock majesty on the album’s very first notes.

City Pages wrote “Can’t Please You, Can’t Please Me is the sort of record you can put on, hit play, and leave on repeat for hours.” while Paul Fletcher for VitaMN enthused “This new album has a vintage quintessential Minneapolis sound. So good.” You can pick up a physical copy of the disc through the band’s webstore.

 

FHE008: My Darling Clementine - The Reconcilation?

FHE008: My Darling Clementine - The Reconcilation?

My Darling Clementine return with 12 more achingly beautiful country duets of heartbreak and heartache. You can pick up a CD or digital download through the Five Head store!