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You’re no doubt looking for some new music to complement the new year, but without trying to get nostalgic over 2020 (how could you?) we’re actually going to spend the next couple days looking back at some stuff you might’ve missed. Enter Cosmic Convoy, an Austin-based quartet founded over a mutual love of vintage genres, whether it be it outlaw country, ’60s R&B-soul, or classic rock. The four began playing covers back in 2017 but have finally passed the limen and progressed into writing and performing their own tunes.
In November of last year Cosmic Convoy saddled up with their debut EP, Together Again for the First Time, channeling the likes of Townes Van Zandt, Son Volt, and Gram Parsons across six songs. We’re hoping that this is just the first entry into these fellas’ discography, so climb aboard the Cosmic Convoy with one of Together Again‘s boldest, “Up For Grabs”!
This week on The Breaks, Fresh and Confucius:
- Touch on the influence and enduring legacy of Master P as laid out in the No Limit Chronicles.
- Discuss Jaguar Wright’s sexual assault allegations against Common.
- Talk about Zonnique’s pregnancy announcement to her stepdad T.I. on her new show The Mix.
- In his Unpopular Opinion, Fresh argues that Austin artists are not entitled to support just because they are from Austin.
- In his Confucius Says, Confucius warns intelligent people to not weaponize their smarts to demean others.
Listen to this week’s episode of The Breaks