• More Than

    A Little

    Released Nov 2016, produced by Mark Robertson, recorded at Fry Pharmancy in Nashville TN.

    Too folk-punk to be country, and too country to be folk-punk...full-band barn burner of roots rock perfection ~ No Depression
    The best takeaway being just how damn fun this album is. There's so much to love thrown into this 38-minute package of awesome. ~ Wannabe Cartoon
    It’s the shock of the light of sunshine that kick-starts the world, weary from winter. It’s new, natural sounds that promise life is out there. Colorful collisions that inspire, and set fire to your curiosity. ~ American Standard Time / KEXP

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    It’s got an old west-meets-folk, Gogol Bordello vibe with a devil-may-care attitude...the vocals hitting in an almost sinister way ~ Impose Magazine
    [D]ebut album More Than A Little...shows the pair charting new sonic territory together, making rowdy roots music with a little help from friends and fellow musicians like Fats Kaplin, JD Wilkes and Paul Niehaus. ~ American Songwriter
    Top Ten Songs of the Week, 11/19/16: Adrian + Meredith pound out a midnight trance beat as they tell the tale of a lady who “Get What She Wants”. Haunted harmonies, brimstone fiddles, and an angry red guitar walk a track into their recent release, More Than a Little ~ The Alternate Root
    This is a tremendous album that takes rock, punk, old time, folk and adds 'country,' a hard driving raw gypsy jazziness that on occasions has a Balkans flavour...so much originality that even after multiple plays I'm still finding it fresh and even innovative..This is definitely another addition to my albums of the year list. ~

Always been ones to march to their own drum, Adrian + Meredith make a different sort of roots racket. More Than A Little, finds the pair's debut putting its own spin on Americana music, roughing up the genre's edges with the rule-breaking spirit of punk, the vintage twang of old-timey folk, the sneer of rock & roll, and even the frenetic bounce of early Swing and jazz manouche.

More Than A Little brings together two performers who grew up on opposite ends of the musical spectrum. Before meeting his future wife at a show in Washington DC, Adrian was born on the Canadian/Detroit border, raised on rock, punk and soul music, with a carnival barker's croon and an off-the-wall "clawhammer banjo" approach to playing the acoustic guitar. Meanwhile, Meredith was a nearby Ann Arbor MI native who cut her teeth in the old-time music scene, where she played traditional fiddle and clogged. Those two approaches come together with Adrian + Meredith, a project that honors the traditions of Folk and Americana music while pushing beyond those genres' boundaries. Produced in East Nashville by Mark Robertson, More Than A Little is being released in part via an innovative partnership with Daniel Lanois' Canadian streaming company, UpRise.FM.

Adrian was already 10 years into an acclaimed solo career when Meredith made a guest appearance on his 2014 release, ROAM. Since then, the pair's partnership has grown into a full-time collaboration, with the two swapping harmonies, trading solos, and acting as co-pilots throughout their debut album. Returning from Adrian's previous record is five-year bandmate Paul Niehaus on pedal steel, while JD Wilkes of the Legendary Shack Shakers and Fats Kaplin of Jack White's touring-band make guest appearances.

The result is a record influenced by the group's time on tour, with songs that celebrate the joy of hitting the highway with your romantic partner ("Birthday Cakes," "Old Midwestern Home"), and examine the darker corners of an entertainment industry that's rarely, if ever, fair ("Bank," "Fixer"). Equal parts defiant and driving, More Than A Little is a rallying cry from two road warriors who, after more than a dozen combined years in the music business, are too smart to play by the industry's rules and too enthralled to turn their backs. It's a love letter to a new genre of music, and a call to arms for independent artists with true vision.

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