Frankly, we’re impressed that local songstress Caitlin Rose heard a fairly conventional song underneath the folked-up freakout that is The Felice Brothers’ original version of “Dallas” (which she covered on last year’s The Stand-In). But that’s why we leave the singing to the professionals. Even with the umpteen flavors of weirdness on 2011’s Celebration, Florida, the Felices can’t seem to shake the folkie tag — maybe frontman James Felice’s voice, a dead ringer for ’60s Dylan, has something to do with it — but we reckon the recent signees to Nashville label Dualtone will be in good company with the local support. Taylor Brashears holds onto her pan-American country roots as she branches out into new territory; a track posted in February from her forthcoming album has a bit of Rosie Flores’ neo-Tejano flavor that suits her well. Cale Tyson might be the most traditional of the bunch, but honky-tonk is only the foundation for the style he’s carving out for himself, which benefits from a somewhat sinister rockabilly underbelly.