Bloodshot Co-Founder/Co-Owner Nan Warshaw's Columbia College Commencement/Honorary Doctorate Speech

May 18th, 2015 by bsradmin
Bloodshot's fearless co-founder/co-owner Nan Warshaw received an honorary PhD from Columbia College and was the commencement speaker at the university's graduation ceremony this weekend. Watch/listen to her speech, chock full of punk rock knowledge and Bloodshot references, here.
 
Or read the transcript:

Hi.  I’m Nan Warshaw.  A Columbia College alum and owner of Bloodshot Records—a locally run independent... Read more

SXSW: Oh the Folks You'll Run Into...

March 27th, 2015 by bsradmin
Last week at SXSW in Austin TX, we were able to meet, see, and give enormous thanks to a lot of the folks who contributed so mightily to While No One Was Looking, our absurdly ambitious 20th anniversary triple LP featuring 38 non-Bloodshot artists covering songs from the Bloodshot catalog. (Which you can still get on triple vinyl LP,... Read more

Today Is the 20th Annual Bloodshot Records SXSW Day Party at Yard Dog Art (A Reflection)

March 20th, 2015 by bsradmin

Here we are. Today is the 20th Annual Bloodshot Records Yard Dog Art Day Party at SXSW! Back in 1996, Bloodshot and Yard Dog Folk Art Gallery in Austin, TX joined forces to bring some organic, homespun fun to the craven, corporate glad-handing and back-slapping nexus of the music industry: the South by Southwest music conference. We slapped together a stage, got... Read more

2014 Bloodshot Best-Of List Mentions

December 30th, 2014 by bsradmin

At the end of every year since the dawn of time, critics and pundits around the world tell us what works of art they liked in the past year (or rather, they tell us what we should have liked in the past year – since, after all, it’s their job). There were many mentions of Bloodshot releases in said best-of lists at... Read more

Bloodshot's 2014: Our Opinions (Artists & Staff)

December 23rd, 2014 by bsradmin

Marc Maron said it best: "Ranking artists and making lists is a dead culture's version of intellectualism."

Well, we're holding onto that dead culture with cold, lifeless fingers. It’s that terrific/terrible time of year in which we think about the things we didn’t find to be trite, monotonous drivel and give thanks for the things that made us hold a... Read more

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