The band mines the same raw, rootsy territory as the Waco Brothers, with the prominence of the fiddle and mandolin adding a bit more traditional feel. Dean trades lead vocals with The Meat Purveyors’ Jo Walston. Midwest nasal meets Texas twang!
"The songs are who I believe myself to be and that will change, but for now that’s how it is and I’m very satisfied with that."
The band’s first-ever collection of original Christmas songs and was produced, mixed and engineered by John Pedigo in the band’s home state of Texas.
On this scorching, cinematic concept album ‘The Crossing’, Alejandro Escovedo tells the story of two young immigrants – Salvo from Italy, and Diego from Mexico – working in a Texas restaurant in pursuit of the American dream.
With their fifth album Good Morning, Magpie, Murder by Death continue the tradition of border expansion.
Murder By Death's third album is comprised of 12 different stories, all about sin, redemption, and guilt. Murder By Death layer the vocal sounds of an old saloon with the h
Murder By Death's debut album "Like the Exorcist, But More Breakdancing" is an eclectic album, ranging from beautiful and ambling string-laden compositions to aggresive, complicated and dark rock songs.
One part rock, one part R&B, and one part Andre Williams- having fun and doing his thing! This is a soulful record, a serious record and a reflective record.
Mekonville 12 inch single featuring a brand new song STILL WAITING from the original lineup of the Mekons (now officially named THE ME
With the Gores' recent tour, Get Hip Records released these recordings for the first time.
Recorded in Detroit at Ghetto Recorders by Jim Diamond in 2004.
Although the band wears its influences with pride, and "STOMP" features 5 road-tested covers of songs by The Wailers, Janis Martin, The Cramps and other favorites, The Dyes approach these oldies with an irreverence and vigor that is anything but retro.
Lydia Loveless takes the pop classic "I Would Die 4 U" for a spin while Cory Branan slows it down with his take on the 1986 weirdo swan song "Under the Cherry Moon."
Recorded live at one of HHT's adopted hometowns (they have so many, really) during Thanksgiving weekend 2014.
Kelly Hogan and Nora O'Connor make you swoon with a Ron Sexsmith tune while Joe Pug closes the bar with an original song