Music went underground and behind closed doors in 2020, so The Accidentals E.P. title. Time Out (Session 1) (due 05-07-21), describes itself. During the forced focus the band developed strong songcraft, delivering the second single, “Night Train”, and gliding the track into the #1 spot on the weekly Top Ten for Wednesday April 14, 2021. Leftover Salmon perform a grassification on Seattle Rock when they cover Soundgarden with a Salmonized version of “Black Hole Sun” from their upcoming (05-07-21) release, Back to the Good Old Days. Texas songwriter Thomas Csorba rolls the dice on “Green Velvet” with his new single while Seattle Soul/Funk outfit True Loves offer their single “Do It Again” and Hope Dunbar introduces herself as a “Woman Like Me” from her recent release, Sweetheartland. With a full album release coming, Trapper Schoepp gives an advance listen with Yellow Moon from the upcoming (05-21-21) release May Day while Travis Linville prepares for the upcoming (05-21-21) I’m Still Here with a single release, “Feeling We Used to Know”. Musical chameleon Gary Louris steps away from fronting The Jayhawks with his first solo album in thirteen years, Jump for Joy, (due 06-05-21), and is on the chart with the single, “Almost Home”, joining bassman Ted Russell Kamp with “You Can Go to Hell, I’m Going to Texas”, from the upcoming (05-07-21) Solitaire. The Legal Matters stroll us on the list with the manifesto “The World is Mine” from their upcoming (04-30-21) release Chapter Three on the weekly Top Ten for Wednesday April 14, 2021.