The Voles channel the ghosts of all things groovy on this cover of the mammoth Parliament/Funkadelic song.
An early glimpse into the songwriting possibilities that would be later realized on Ryan Adam's debut solo album Heartbreaker.
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.
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.
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
A collaboration of for the ages. Long time fan Jack White put Dex and his sister in the studio at his Third Man Studio and came up with this 2-sided slab of hillbilly noir folk-blues.
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.
Biram throws down some feral, amped-up Delta blues just as easily as stone cold country weepers that'll get the girls all dewy-eyed with faith and desire, and even some heavy metal field hollers—with the emphasis on holler.
This is some stone cold country rock, my friends. Dig out yer dad's fringed leather jacket and catch the groove
EVERY track the Old 97s recorded for us specially re-mastered for vinyl and put into this limited edition gatefold DOUBLE LP
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.
First Waco recording: their two-fisted ode to our country's political and moral decline backed by their blazing rendition of Jimmy Cliff's country anthem.
Backed by Detroit's Two Star Tabernacle (featuring a young, pre-White Stripes Jack White, on piano and guitar).