"The band’s third album, Howl, is a gritty and vulnerable album of R&B cuts that sound like a gritty soul take on Ryan Adams’ Heartbreaker."
Have a listen, read the full interview and check out an in studio performance of Awake from their last album Want More filmed when the band stopped by last year.
Seattle's super cool KEXP is tipping their radio caps to some of their favorite labels with a revolutionary spirit and, gosh by golly, they picked us as one of them.
Check out their blog posting about it HERE.
They even suggest a 13 gun salute, usually reserved for Major Generals and Rear Admirals. While we can even PRETEND to merit that kind of recognition in such august company, we're at least happy we're getting more guns than a Vice-Consul or a Charge d'Affaires.
Scott H Biram stopped by the vaunted studios of our buddies at Seattle's KEXP and they've posted the results.
In it you'll find a 20 minute video with top notch sound. Scott's interviewed in between doing a Mance Lipscomb cover as well as some material from his latest slab of TX blues punk country wildness Bad Ingredients, including the tender love ballad "Born in Jail."
Have an eye and earful HERE
When JC and the boys were in Seattle on their Want More album release tour, they stopped by the esteemable offices of super cool radio station KEXP.
They performed 4 songs live in the studio and KEXP filmed the whole dealio. They've recently posted them. So here they be, friends....get down with the Uptown Sound:
Justin and touring sidekick Cory Younts stopped by the studio of Seattle's KEXP and performed 4 songs, including two from his recent album Midnight at the Movies.
Have a look and a listen right here.
While in Austin for SXSW, Scotland Yard Gospel Choir and Justin Townes Earle stopped by KEXP's remote studios on South Congress Ave for a couple of live sessions:
Scotland Yard Gospel Choir's studio performance of "I Never Thought I Could Feel This Way For A Boy" is featured on KEXP's CD Live At KEXP; Volume 4. They have some pretty august company with !!!, Calexico, Vampire Weekend, The Hold Steady and many more. Go here for details.
Incomparable Seattle station KEXP has been host to many a great performance by Bloodshot artists, but this 2005 session by Bobby Bare Jr. still stands as one of the most incediary. Find it in the KEXP archives here!