As the 10-year anniversary of the HUMMS’ debut LP “Lemonland” approaches, few were surprised to see a sudden restock of the original 45rpm single titled “Don’t Think About Death” b/w “Buttermilk/Uncle Sam Took My Baby Away”.
The single was initially released by Silver Spring, MD label “Arnold Records” in 2010 on black and special “glow in the dark” vinyl editions.
While the latter has completely sold out, the remaining black vinyl versions may be purchased over at the Gypsy Farm bandcamp.
Unconfirmed sources close to the band claim a new album is in the works with a possible release date sometime in 2020. Of course, stay tuned into the Gypsy Farm network for all the latest updates and more.
Clemson, SC’s alternative project titled “The Haunted Head” remained mostly quiet throughout the summer after releasing a dreamy waltz tune titled “Trembling Rose” back in the chilly month of February.
Today the band, headed by Brant Duncan (The Elegance, Pine Tar Rage) has announced the premiere of a new song, simply called “Natural”.
In a somewhat stark change of timbre from their previous efforts, “Natural” greets the listener with a heavier sound and firm tempo that fans of Crazy Horse will appreciate while Duncan’s unique voice hovers near the point of subconsciousness.
Accompanying the new song is a video directed by WJAY. Stream and share “Natural” via youtube and bandcamp links below.
We are ecstatic after receiving the news that Old Smokey’s second full-length album will finally be released today on all streaming platforms. The record titled “Sundowners” was originally recorded throughout 2015 and into 2016 before being shelved indefinitely due to the band going on hiatus later that year.
Then in April of 2019, the album saw limited release through bandcamp before finally being picked up by Gypsy Farm’s online distributor and made available world wide.
“Jim Willingham is a beast of a man, a real-life hero and this all reflects in his modest but powerful approach to songwriting and performing.” – Acousticult
Stream and share “Sundowners” available everywhere today.
Both singles were welcomed with open arms by the community far and wide thanks in part to heavy rotation by local DJ “Porkchop” on 92.1 WLHR via “The Breakfast with Porkchop Show”
“While the first record was soaked knee-deep with an ‘outlaw’ country-sound, Goo stressed that he wanted to go more into a ‘southern-country-rock” vibe on this effort and what we got is ‘Cattywampus!!!” – WJAY (GF correspondent)
Uncle Goo and his band (The Country Dragons) will be performing one-night-only in Hartwell, GA at RACK’S Lakeside Bar & Grill (formally Swamp Guinea) to celebrate the release. The show is free and will begin at 8pm.
Hotter than a double order of jalapeno hash browns, Garrett Carpenter (AKA Uncle Goo) has just unleashed a brand new tune titled “When I Die (Bury Me at the Waffle House)” – his second single from upcoming record, Cattywampus!!! – in stores everywhere October 15th via Gypsy Farm Records.
Carpenter says “When I die, don’t be sad. Though you want to, don’t cry. I’ll be gone but I’ll be here all the same. I don’t want no one to spend a lot of money to honor me. I don’t need no stone with my name. When I die, bury me down at the Waffle house”.
Waffle House C.E.O Walt Ehmer and upper management were unavailable for comment at press time however, top-ranking waitress “Miss Moselle” was quoted saying “Anyone that comes in here and mentions Uncle Goo’s new song will receive a bowl of Bert’s famous chili at full price”.
Uncle Goo’s new record “Cattywampus!!!” will be his second album to come out in less than one year, after January’s “Country Strange: Vol 1” saw Goo receive much deserved praise for his songwriting and a one-of-a-kind live performance at the oldest Strip Club in Georgia – The Clermont Lounge.
You can catch Uncle Goo & The Country Dragons live and in person one night only this October 25th at “Racks” (Formally Swamp Guinea) in Hartwell, GA.
Stream and share “When I Die (Bury Me at the Waffle House)” via bandcamp:
After several years of negotiation with the group’s home label and representation (Guttersville Records / Galloping Ghost Music) we at Gypsy Farm are pleased to announce the unleashing of a sophomore effort by Anderson, South Carolina’s most beloved urban punk rockers “Friday Night Cat Fights”.
The brand new release titled “Let It Ride” features 6 tracks off of their debut album reel recorded in 2015 at GF. Unfortunately, the record was indefinitely shelved after the group disbanded during that same year.
F.N.C.F eventually debuted via Gypsy Farm Records in early 2018 – albeit posthumously with their EP “Rinse and Repeat“.
This most recent collection features a tune penned by group bassist Jason Hannold called “Jay’s Tune” and is choc-full of the same raw rock and roll tunes that forced the unfortunate listener to fall head over hell in love with the group way back in 2015 – even featuring a vocal accompaniment by Brandon King of The Beltoneans.
“Friday nights carry a spirit of freedom, a break from the daily grind. For some, Friday nights are a shot at love — for others a taste of excitement. No matter how many rotations around the sun you’ve witnessed — the spirit always comes back to reconnect you with the feeling of running on all cylinders.
Friday night is your night and these are your cat fighters! Will you open up your heart and let the magic in? Songs and stories written for you — by you.”
Guttersville lead cigar chomper : “E. Sweet”
Download, share and stream F.N.C.F’s latest EP “Let It Ride” where ever good music is streamed.
Content with identifying as perhaps the strangest-mistake currently signed to Gypsy Farm, the experimental-act known as “Bat And The Bears” celebrates it’s first official year of existence having released an EP [Wool Wearing Wolf] last July and being referred to as “Gothic-Karaoke”.
Following a live performance last Saturday night in Athens, GA the project released a new single called “Tight Fit” recorded at Gypsy Farm in the fall of 2017 before the label cut funding.
Watch and share the official music video for “Tight Fit” by Bat & The Bears :
Fresh off his debut [Country Strange Vol. 1] earlier this year, Uncle Goo is once again grinding out another batch of his famous country + western tunes. His latest single “This Heat” is due out August 13th on Gypsy Farm Records.
Uncle Goo took a few moments away from his recent recording session at Gypsy Farm to dip into Shoal Creek and ponder on his living in Georgia as well as a favorite scene from the Johnny Cash bio-pic “Walk The Line”.
During the interview, Goo is joined by canine companions “Dash” and “Rufus” before giving a joyful rendition of Cash’s “Tennessee Stud” live from Shoal Creek. Watch and share the full interview via youtube link below: