Little Stevie Van Zandt (yes, that Steven...of E Street Band and The Sopranos fame) runs one of the best rock-n-roll radio shows around and has a kickass station on SiriusXM, and this week he named Barrence Whitfield & The Savages' "Slowly Losing My Mind" as The Underground Garage's Coolest Song in the World!!! Hear the...Read more
Watch out, buckaroos, there's a new Sarah Shook & The Disarmers song in town! Everyone can hear "New Ways to Fail" right now below via TIDAL. It's a barroom singalong if we've ever heard one. Sarah also dished some dirt on touring, politics, and the new album in an accompanying interview.
Tidal asserts that Sarah "enter[s]...Read more
"I see myself more as a bastion of unpopular music. I wouldn't know a hit single if it bit me in the arse."
Jon Langford confabbed with No Depression on his new album with band Four Lost Souls, the music he listened to growing up (you could make a pretty killer playlist out of that paragraph), and how a...Read more
As we strolled (see: crawled) back into the office from Austin this morning, we were suddenly lifted back to high spirits with the news that Rolling Stone listed Sarah Shook & The Disarmers and Ruby Boots as two of the best shows they saw at SXSW!! See the whole list (including some names you might know...)...Read more
New Orleans (via Cadillac, MI) blues guitarist and singer Luke Winslow-King returns May 11th with new album (and fourth Bloodshot album) Blue Mesa. Hear Luke's sweltering new song "Leghorn Women" right now via Mxdwn. Pre-order the album on digital, CD, or limited blue translucent vinyl LP.
Our resident New Orleanian Luke Winslow-King is featured on the new Playing For Change album, performing his song "Everlasting Arms" alongside fellow Big Easy musician Dr. John, frequent collaborator Roberto Luti, and a band of talented musicians from around the world.