21 June

Hammock on Containment tonight and next week!

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Hear Hammock’s music on the CW show Containment – in both tonight and next week’s episodes.

10 May
5 April

Lowell George and Little Feat!!

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Lowell George of Little Feat on 3/31/78 in Chicago, IL. (Photo by Paul Natkin/WireImage)

We are so thrilled to be working with the publishing catalog of the great Lowell George and Little Feat!!! A true giant of California rock in the 70’s, Lowell’s soulful vocals, astonishing slide playing, and great songs made a big impact on all who crossed his path. His songs were covered by the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Palmer and Susanna Hoffs/Matthew Sweet, to name a few.

If you need some funky rock we hope you’ll consider the music of Lowell and Little Feat.

1 April

New Louise Goffin short film “Savor Everything”

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…in which Louise discusses her collaborators, artist life, and approach as a songwriter.  Check out “Savor Everything” – a short film by Frankie Louise:

15 December

Gracie and Rachel kill it live in LA with the Bird and the Bee…

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Gracie and Rachel were so good with The Bird and The Bee last Sunday in LA. Here’s a little taste of what it was like…

1 December

Hammock in upcoming episodes of Vampire Diaries and Containment!

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Hammock are on a roll! Look for their track “I Can Almost See You” in the Dec 10 episode of “Vampire Diaries” and their song “Mono No Aware” in a January episode (date TBD) of “Containment”!

Here’s a video for “I Can Almost See You”

26 October
14 September

Hear The Well Pennies tonight on ABC Family’s “Switched At Birth”

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One of our favorite songs = “The Echo and The Shadow”!

1 September

Laurel Canon signs Dave Alvin!

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We can’t tell you how excited we are to be working with the amazing Dave Alvin!

Dave and brother Phil Alvin’s new album “Lost Time” picks up where their last, Grammy-nominated album of Big Bill Broonzy interpretations “Common Ground” leaves off. Over ‘Lost Time’s’ twelve tracks, Dave and Phil pay homage to a number of artists and songs that had an early, formative influence, in Dave’s words “the masters of the Blues, the most transcendental form of American music.” Everyone from Lead Belly to James Brown to Big Joe Turner is represented on this special, masterfully curated album.

Check out their new track “World’s In A Bad Condition”:

3 August