Neko Case and The Sadies got together for this little tip of the hat to the time honored country music trope of the murder ballad.
Within the first song, you just know you’re hearing something special, that you are party to the unknown and exhilarating paths being explored by an artist on the creative ascendancy.
Roams o’er the vast landscape of American music without so much as a stumble.
Kelly and Neko nestle up to each other, with only a thin layer of vinyl betwixt them, and channel the rebellious spirit of the Coal Miner's Daughter.
A sometimes sparse, sometimes exuberant blend of folk, deep country and wide-open spaces from this co-founding member of punk legends X. Subdued, but no less edgy.
A fun-filled themed split single. Whiskeytown spins their tires on the gravel on this pedal to the floor rocker, while Neko sings a mournful ballad about her fave car.
Dozens of country, western, and pop numbers that'll have you scratching your head wondering why this remarkable performer's work has been long out of print.
The Brothers delve into the grit and sweat of dirty blues scooped from the fields of the Delta and polish it in the toxic waters of the Detroit River
Contains never released recordings; some are so rare that in many cases they are the only recorded versions of the songs.
A rollicking good time for big and little folks alike—folks who know that spiders are cool, that the dark can be fun, and that dinosaurs love Santa Claus just as much as the next guy.
Stacked with a sharp lyricism and gritty fatalism that looks off the front porch for inspiration and has the locked down groove of a band on top of its game.
"It has become clearer to me in recent years that religious faith and belief, even in their most liberal settings... are the two most dangerous and divisive elements at work in the world today, and that the time to erode them with the light of reason and banish them to the marginal fringes is long overdue."
Fast-paced instrumental breakdowns, crooning, velvety ballads, smooth trio harmonies, and story songs.
Confident and cohesive, the record is a dark treaty on the violent and self destructive tendencies of society at large. Ha Ha Tonka take listeners on a complex tour of the South...This record is spot on, dynamic, harsh but lovely. It’s a novel wrapped up into a record.