Bloodshot Rob Picks His "Favorite" Bloodshot Tunes

November 26th, 2014 by bsradmin

AllMusic had Bloodshot co-commander Rob Miller pick his top 13 favorite Bloodshot songs...perhaps to be festive we'll say it's the songs he's most "thankful for." They aren't necessarily what he's calling the BEST songs (that would be impossible), but they carry a cultural and Bloodshot-autobiographical significance. The list is complete with video embeds for each song, so you can listen while... Read more

American Songwriter Gets In-Depth in an Interview with Our Co-Commander in Chief Rob Miller

November 22nd, 2014 by bsradmin

American Songwriter Magazine conducted this in-depth interview with our co-founder/head honcho Rob Miller to celebrate our 20th anniversary. Rob gets pretty detailed about how our 20th anniversary compilation came together (including what he loves about some of the tunes), what we look for in new artists in the "digital age," and finally... Rob's thoughts on this whole Spotify debacle.

Buckle... Read more

Our Fearless Co-Leaders Rob & Nan, Along with Robbie Fulks, Chronicle the Beginnings of Bloodshot via Chicagoist

November 20th, 2014 by bsradmin

Yet another worthy read. Our fearless co-leaders Rob & Nan, along with Bloodshot stalwart  Robbie Fulks, give an oral history to Chicagoist on the BEGINNINGS of Bloodshot Records. Read all about the conversations and libations in Chicago dive bars that birthed the label and the subsequent luck, sweat, and tears that raised it into the 20-something we are now.... Read more

Read an Oral History of Bloodshot Records from The Bluegrass Situation, Featuring Interviews with Rob, Nan, Robbie Fulks, and Ha Ha Tonka

November 14th, 2014 by bsradmin

Here's a creative and outstanding read about the history of Bloodshot Records, as told by our co-fearless-leaders Rob & Nan, longtime fan and writer Raphael Maurice,  Robbie Fulks, and Brian Roberts of Ha Ha Tonka, published by The Bluegrass Situation. Give it a read here while you wait for the punch clock to expire so you can get to... Read more

Hear Into It. Over It. Cover Neko Case's "Deep Red Bells," Read Interview with Bloodshot Rob on Esquire.com

November 11th, 2014 by bsradmin

Hear Chicago's Into It. Over It. play a stark, haunting version of  Neko Case's classic "Deep Red Bells" via Esquire  HERE. Also included is an interview with our co-commander-in-chief Rob Miller. 

This is the final song we are sharing from our upcoming 2 0th anniversary compilation While No One Was Looking before its release one week from today. The album also features Blitzen Trapper, Chuck... Read more

MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE: Watch Luke Winslow-King's "Swing That Thing" video, directed by Workaholics' Kyle Newacheck, on Entertainment Weekly

October 9th, 2014 by bsradmin

Watch  Luke Winslow-King's new video for "Swing That Thing," directed by Kyle Newacheck (creator, writer, director, and co-star of Comedy Central's Workaholics), on  Entertainment Weekly

EW also interviewed Luke and Kyle about how they met and the making of the video for the article alongside the video.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

"Swing That Thing" is from Luke Winslow-King's new album Everlasting... Read more

Listen to Luke Winslow-King's Delta Blues/NOLA Playlist on Aquarium Drunkard

October 7th, 2014 by bsradmin

Aquarium Drunkard asked  Luke Winslow-King about his favorite Delta Blues and NOLA favorites. Luke put together a fascinating video playlist featuring amazing vocalists, guitarists, brass players, and more, spanning multiple decades. We guarantee you'll find something new that you like. Luke is virtually an encyclopedia of roots music. 

Click here to check out LWK's picks. 

Luke's new album Everlasting... Read more

New 'Revenge of the Mekons' Trailer Premieres on Yahoo Movies, Movie to Be Released Nationally in 2015

September 29th, 2014 by bsradmin

Yahoo Movies just premiered the brand new trailer for Revenge of the Mekons! The outstanding (really, we've seen it) movie about one of punk's most important, yet unheralded, bands is premiering theatrically this fall and will be getting a wide(r) release via Chicago's Music Box Films (the folks who brought the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy to the U.S.) in 2015! 

CLICK HERE... Read more

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