Where can I buy a copy of ND's print journal?

Where can I buy a copy of ND's print journal?

Your best source is our online store — store.nodepression.com. But if that doesn't work for you, or you'd like to check it out in person, here's a list of bookstores that stock it. (This listing is up-to-date to the best of our knowledge as of November 2018, but these things are always subject to change. If you want to be sure, it's best to call ahead to make sure your local store has the journal in stock. If they don't, please ask them to look into stocking it!

Live Review

Rory Block and Cindy Cashdollar @ Sellersville Theater - SOS - Sisters of Slide

Rory Block on November 1, 2018

Rory Block and Cindy Cashdollar @ Sellersville Theater - SOS - Sisters of Slide

Rory Block & Cindy Cashdollar: Sisters Of Slide 

Sellersville Theater

Sellersville, PA

November 1, 2018


Live Review

Saturday Night Sisterhood: Rhiannon Giddens and Friends

Rhiannon Giddens on November 17, 2018

Amythyst Kiah, Allison Russell, Francesco Turrisi, Rhiannon Giddens, Lalenja Harrington, Toshi Reagon, and Jason Sypher

As the audience members headed out into Saturday night after the last drumbeats of "Freedom Highway" had sounded and "Sisters Present," the final night of Rhiannon Giddens' residency at Symphony Space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, came to a close, you could see it in the wide smiles on their faces and hear it in their voices. They were taking with them the warmth and joy of an evening where the power of music and the spirit of togetherness gave off a light so bright and true it is hard to find the words to describe it.

But, hey, let's give it a shot.

Live Review

JP Harris Brings Outlaw Country to Oxford Pub

JP Harris on November 15, 2018

JP Harris in Oxford, England. Photo by Stuart Hutchinson

The Jericho Tavern in the English university town of Oxford is a storied kind of place. To the clinking of pint glasses, Radiohead played their first gig there (as On A  Friday), and Supergrass got signed immediately after their set. In mid-November, the pub was more like a honky-tonk you would find in Nashville than an English drinking hole.

Live Review

Turtles Annihilate London Ballroom

Trampled By Turtles on November 16, 2018

After an absence of nearly four years Trampled By Turtles are most certainly back. This year the six piece alt-bluegrass band from Duluth, MN, released their ninth album, Life Is Good on the Open Road and toured extensively in North America and Europe. The album blends their full throttle TBT pace with a more reflective side. Having seen TBT both at FreshGrass in September and on their final show of this year in London, TBT’s time off would appear to have fired them up further. In between these shows I caught up with front man, Dave Simonett.

Live Review

VetsAid 2018: Joe Walsh, Don Henley, James Taylor, Chris Stapleton, HAIM and Ringo Starr

Joe Walsh on November 11, 2018

Joe Walsh performing at VetsAid 2018 in Tacoma, Washington.

The 2nd Annual VetsAid 2018 rolled into the Pacific Northwest with a stop at the newly refurbished Tacoma Dome. Legendary singer, songwriter, and guitarist Joe Walsh of The James Gang and The Eagles founded the VetsAid Charity and nonprofit organization with his wife, Marjorie Bach, to support a variety of charities to support military veterans across the US.


INTERVIEW: LA artist Brad Byrd puts his alt-country spin on The Cure's "Lovesong"

Brad Byrd

It's always a daunting task to re-create a song with monumental success as "Lovesong" by The Cure. The 1989 hit song which peaked at #2 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, was on the UK band's eighth studio album Disintegration which helped spin them into international alt-rock superstars. Fastfoward to today, LA indie rock/alt-country artist Brad Byrd releases his own rendition of the popular song today, and he shares his inspiration for the cover as well as what he's got planned for 2019...

Live Review

A Benefit In Topanga - Starring Butch Walker, Jakob Dylan, and Friends!

Butch Walker on November 4, 2018

A Benefit for Pancreatic Cancer in Topanga




Lorraine Leckie & Her Demons Debut America Weeping

Aside from rehearsals, recording sessions, and gigs, Lorraine Leckie & Her Demons are rarely in the same place at the same time.  However on this first night of October, a photo session is scheduled at their monthly residency - the Sidewalk Café in the East Village. All are present along with their cinematographer Billy Leroy.  What better way to prepare for publicity shots than for Leckie, guitarist Hugh Pool, drummer Keith Robinson, and bassist Charles DeChants to eat and drink heavily?