Date posted: November 16, 2017

Lil Ed 30th Anniversay

Date posted: November 3, 2017

Vanessa CollierIntrepid Artists welcomes Vanessa Collier to the family!

The Philadelphia based vocalist/saxophonist/songwriter has been turning heads while touring back and forth between Europe and the U.S. with a talented 5-piece band. With searing saxophone solos, soulful vocals, and witty lyrics, Vanessa’s songwriting takes you through an engaging blend of blues, funk, rock, and soul in an exceptionally entertaining, high-energy performance.

Since the release of her much anticipated sophomore effort, Meeting My Shadow released in March of 2017, she has become one of the most highly requested artists on the scene today. Her youthful manner, electric smile, stage presence and ridiculous talent both on sax and vocals make her the TOTAL PACKAGE and leave audiences screaming for more, more, more!

Date posted: October 6, 2017

Up All Night

Up All Night. It’s an apt title for Albert Castiglia’s seventh album: nobody sleeps when this man is in town. After 27 years of house-rocking studio albums and smack-in-the-mouth live shows, the Florida bandleader is the acknowledged master of red-raw, sweat-and-hair blues that gives it to you straight. Now, the visceral riffs and bruised soul of Up All Night make everything else sound like a lullaby. Up All Night finds Castiglia in a creative swagger after last year’s acclaimed Big Dog. What wasn’t broke then hasn’t been fixed now, with the bluesman once again recording at Dockside Studios, Louisiana, and capturing a warts-and-all mix alongside producer Mike Zito.

Up All Night is available now!

Date posted: September 20, 2017

CalderaWritten in rural Oregon in the shadow of Mt. Hood Caldera is a blistering declaration from a band that’s progressed beyond the sum of its influences to come fully into its own. Polyrhythmics began the Journey to Caldera during a snowstorm Stargazer Farm outside Portland, Oregon where they were sequestered for several days at a songwriting retreat. The tracks came together organically with each member of the band contributing ideas and concepts that ultimately became the songs on this forthcoming double LP which were recorded at Jason Gray’s Blue Mallard Recording studio in Seattle.

“A caldera is the term for what’s left after a volcano erupts,” explains Polyrhythmics guitarist Ben Bloom. “It felt like an apropos album title considering where we are as a band right now. The last album was this explosion onto the scene for us, a statement of who we are and what we’re here to do, and this one feels like the simmering crater that comes into focus once all that smoke clears.”

Date posted: September 14, 2017

From Walter: “And we couldn’t have done it without your belief in me and my band. Thank you. Also a big thank you to all the amazing guests, my band on the album: Michael Leasure, Sammy Avila, Johnny Griparic, and everyone who has helped make this happen (press, PR, label, management, agency, etc. …) We are truly all in this together!”