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Robbie Fulks Song on "True Blood"

Robbie's song "Goodbye, Goodlookin'" from South Mouth was featured on episode 1 of the hipster vampire series True Blood on HBO.  Go here to listen and learn more.

Story Behind the Super Cool new Ha Ha Tonka Video

Loosely based upon Ozark myth, the video for "Caney Mountain" is a visual and artistic feast.   Created by Barkley Motion Design and Effects, go here for a behind the scenes look at the animation effects and how it all came together.

Scotland Yard featured on KEXP's live CD

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.

Justin Earle on Daytrotter

The fine folks at Daytrotter were so kind to invite Justin Townes Earle into their studio, and the stunning results are now available to download here! Not only did Justin turn out sturdy versions of favorites from The Good Life and Yuma, but he also recorded Daytrotter-exclusive covers of The Replacements' "Can't Hardly Wait" and Blind Blake's "Biscuits"!

Exene Sings On New Dex Romweber Album

Exene recorded a duet with Dex Romweber for the upcoming album The Ruins of Berlin by the Dex Romweber Duo. The album also features duets with Cat Power, Neko Case and some guitar work by Rick Miller of Southern Culture on the Skids. The album is scheduled for a February 10th, 2009 release.

Dex Romweber Signing Ceremony Goes Off Without Incident

Bags of money, instruments of bondage, and an enormous cigar all played roles in Bloodshot Records’ signing of American Music luminary Dexter Romweber. Just hours after setting the stage on fire at Chicago’s Red Line Tap this July 16, the Dexter Romweber camp, consisting of the legendary frontman’s sister and band-mate, Sara Romweber, and the pair’s childhood friend and manager Brett Steele, arrived at the Bloodshot compound to ink a multi-album deal.

Co-owner Rob Miller, a non-smoker, sauntered to the signing table sporting a Dominican stogie no less than 10.5 inches long. Rob’s message—that he is an industry fat-cat, ripe with the power and influence of 10 ordinary co-presidents, and someone not to be trifled with under any imaginable circumstance—was clear. “Pleasure to be in business with you… Friends….” spoke Rob, glancing charismatically at the signees in between airy puffs on his unlit tobacco-product.

Following the signing, sweet, sweet whiskey was served and a good time was had by all. Fake bags of money were placed on the table—a clear symbol of the future for these artists and business people, who, thanks to some creative visual-aids, all understand each other a bit better.

Ha Ha Tonka on Daytrotter

Ha Ha Tonka, the pride of the Ozarks, recorded a session with the fine folks at Daytrotter! To take a listen to the session--including the band's cover of "12-inch 3-Speed Oscillating Fan"--head on over to Daytrotter.

Justin Earle performs on Mountain Stage

Justin's performance on the venerable Mountain Stage syndicated radio program was broadcasted on radio stations and XM nationwide the weekend of June 27th.  Have a listen to the archived show here.

Live Recording of Justin Townes Earle at the Grand Olde Opry

Listen to Justin Townes Earle's performance at the Grand Olde Opry online now! Just head over the Grand Olde Opry's online archives and choose choose Friday night from the May 2nd to May 6th section to listen to Justin perform fine versions of "Hard Living" and "I Don't Know".

20 Questions with Tod A on

The endlessly witty and sharp Tod A submitted to 20 in-depth questions with, touching upon his personal reading list, personal inspirations, and what he has to say to a certain trained monkey residing in the United States' executive office. To check out the interview, go here.



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