This collaboration between Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Robbie Fulks and rock-and-roll royalty Linda Gail Lewis, gleefully lives up to its title. Subversive as it is reverential.
Mixes country, blues, R&B, rock ‘n’ roll, and folk influences intuitively and masterfully. Both stately and approachable, manifestly proficient but deeply personal.
Years solidifies the point: Sarah Shook & the Disarmers have moved from getting people’s attention to commanding it. The album is resolute, blunt, and unflinching.
A 6 song vinyl-only Record Store Day release of Lydia and her band performing a hometown show at Skully's in Columbus OH.
It’s a wild, electric phantasmagoria of blues, rock, garage, and soul; it blasts off into diverse orbits only to come back together into a singular Savage cosmology.
13-song compilation of off-kilter original Xmas songs and unlikely covers by Bloodshot artists and friends. The collection runs the gamut of garage rock, doo-wop, honky tonk, surf, and more. From the traditional to the subversive, there's something for everyone's stocking.
Informed as much by the wide-open landscapes of her homeland as the intimate writing circles of Nashville, 'Don't Talk About It' may range far and wide but always maintains a firm sense of place. Echoes of first wave UK power pop and jangly punk intersect with the every(wo)man indie and pop-inflected muscle of Best Coast.
14-song instrumental Christmas Album by Chicago guitarist Joel Paterson, a multi-track guitar extravaganza in the tradition of Les Paul, Chet Atkins, and many more of Joel's biggest heroes and influences.
Hey all you witches, warlocks, goblins, ghouls, DC comic nerds and sexy lumberjacks!
Have we got a trick or treat, emphasis on TREAT, for you!
Collection of Lydia Loveless’s summery 5-song EP Boy Crazy, on vinyl LP for the first time, plus six non-album singles and B-sides.
In light of the recent unfortunate and disastrous events of Hurricane Irma in Charlie Pickett's home state of Florida, the Miami garage rock hero releases a new track with fello
Four Lost Souls is pure Americana, not just because of where it was recorded or who played on what track, but because it is beyond the news of the day. It is a travelogue of sorts; it goes to a place where the differences between country, soul, blues, and rock-and-roll are blown aside by the warm languid breezes.
Drum-n-bass, nu-disco, and '90s-Chicago-style house versions of a Lydia Loveless song. Yes, you read that correctly. We can't believe it either.