From time to time, the blog Mog Music Network asks its favorite artists to create personally curated playlists for our curiosity-satisfying- and audio-streaming pleasure. Themes and styles will vary, but you'll always know your favorite bands just a little better after listening.
In the current Time Out Chicago, Jon Langford discusses his new album Old Devils, actual old devils like Kingsley Amis and Andre Williams and why his bass player is allowed to ride mechanical bulls in bars, but not his guitar player.
Read it HERE
Jon and some of the Skull Orchard performed "1234 Ever" in the Time... Read more
In our ongoing attempts to answer the persistent questions: "who the hell works at Bloodshot and what is wrong with them? " we occasionally quiz the staff in the hopes of shedding light on what makes us tick. Perhaps, knowing us better, you will be more forgiving of our foibles, or even grow to feel something bordering... Read more
Perhaps you've heard us rail about it before, but the Interweb has made it possible for a lot of BAD writing to be seen by a lot of people on equal footing with GOOD writing. Thus, we're always giddy to see some thoughtful, interesting and, dare we say, informed critical responses to our releases, and endeavor to pass them along--and... Read more
Last year we pressed up 500 copies of the crowd-pleasing rave up "12 Inch 3 Speed Oscillating Fan"
As expected, they quickly sold out.
But now, in conjunction with their fall tour with Rocky Votolato, we've made this barn-burner digitally available exclusively on Amazon.com.
Now you can spare yourself the embarrassment of not knowing the words when the whole... Read more
JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE CONFIRMS TOUR DATES
LOOKS FORWARD TO GETTING BACK TO WORK
IN SUPPORT OF ACCLAIMED HARLEM RIVER BLUES
"…music that defies generation and genre."--NPR's All Things Considered
After spending the last several weeks in a residential treatment program, Justin Townes Earle is planning his return to work in support of Harlem River Blues. Following the... Read more