Austin Live Weekly at The Horn:

Austin Live Weekly at The Horn:

“These Austin troubadours resist classification. They’re sort of bluegrass, sort of soul, sort of indie rock, sort of folk, but really awesome. They rock mandolins and harps and ukes, bringing an intensity from their instruments heretofore unheard of. If you can’t make their show, then you should at least do whatever you can to hear their record, Nobody Wants to Die, because it’s one of the best local releases of the year.”

kutx music minute

KUTX Music Minute:

“Jahnavi and Addison, founding members of The Love Sprockets and Mojo Folk masters, made their way to Austin from Vermont in 2013 with little more than their bicycles and the tools of their trade – mandolin, fiddle, ukulele, and harmonica. They’d spun quite a few new tunes along the way, and when they arrived to their destination, it didn’t take long for them to meet bassist Aaron Watson and drummer/vocalist Pete Van Dyck to get the ball rolling. The Love Sprockets pour heart and soul into a high-energy whirlwind of original bluegrass, gospel, blues and folk songs.”