Loveless’ first album, 2009’s The Only Man, was a self-released revelation that merely hinted at her developing gifts.
AltCountry/Roots Rock/Americana super-label Bloodshot Records recognized something special and signed her, releasing last year’s full-length Indestructible Machine.
The LP displayed an exponential amount of growth and maturity, but those advances were even more evident in Loveless’ live shows, where she swaggered and stomped with youthful vigor and crooned with an old soul’s shambling wisdom. Since her impressive 2011 MidPoint Music Festival appearance in Cincy, Loveless has been working up brand new songs and forging them in the fires of her relentless tours. Her Friday gig at the MidPoint Indie Summer series should be an even more incendiary display … if such a thing is even scientifically possible.
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