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Brownout – Over The Covers EP (2017)

Brownout – Over The Covers EP (2017)

‘Over the Covers’ showcases the Brownout I always love with a new sense of urgency and maturity.

Preston Frazier’s Best Rock, Pop and Soul of 2016: Durand Jones, Childish Gambino, Circa

Preston Frazier’s Best Rock, Pop and Soul of 2016: Durand Jones, Childish Gambino, Circa

Preston Frazier surveys the best rock, pop and soul of 2016, selecting a widely varied slate of honorees.

Beto Martinez, of Brownout: Something Else! Interview

Beto Martinez, of Brownout: Something Else! Interview

Guitarist Beto Martinez joins Preston Frazier to discuss Brownout’s ‘Brown Sabbath Vol. II,’ his early musical experiences and his work with Grupo Fantasma.

Brownout – Presents Brown Sabbath Vol. II (2016)

Brownout – Presents Brown Sabbath Vol. II (2016)

Is ‘Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath Vol. II’ better than the original, one of 2014’s best rock albums?

Greg Gonzales of Grupo Fantasma on Money Chicha’s debut album, plans for Brownout

Greg Gonzales of Grupo Fantasma on Money Chicha’s debut album, plans for Brownout

Preston Frazier previews Money Chica, the next great thing from Greg Gonzales, as well as what’s ahead for Grupo Fantasma and Brownout.

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Concerts): St. Vincent, Seth Walker, Yes, Brownout

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Concerts): St. Vincent, Seth Walker, Yes, Brownout

As 2014 began, I pledged to go to fewer concerts. Instead, as my Best of 2014 shows, I saw great moments from St. Vincent, Seth Walker, Yes, and others.

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Rock, Roots + Pop Music): Brownout, Seth Walker, Chicago

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Rock, Roots + Pop Music): Brownout, Seth Walker, Chicago

Brownout, Seth Walker, Judith Owen, Chicago, Toto and Nathan East are included on Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 list for rock, roots and pop.

Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath, “Hand of Doom” (2014): Something Else! sneak peek

Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath, “Hand of Doom” (2014): Something Else! sneak peek

Brownout’s horn-driven take on “Hand Of Doom” heralds an offbeat collection of Black Sabbath remakes.