For his newest, self-titled recording, Huntington Beach troubadour Matt Costa decided early on that he needed a change of scenery—a serious change. For years, he has made an art form out of folding bluesy, downtrodden lyrics into folky, upbeat song formats that you can simultaneously sway to and contemplate. In the search for new inspiration, he left Orange County for the misty moors of Scotland. But the rootsy, melancholy album entrenched in Americana he intended proved hard to come by in... More >>>