Rolling Stone Lists Lydia Loveless and Robbie Fulks as Best Country Albums of 2016

December 7th, 2016 by bsradmin

Lydia Loveless's Real is #12 and Robbie Fulks's Upland Stories is #15 on Rolling Stone's list of the 40 Best Country Albums of 2016.

On Real, Rolling Stone says Lydia is "as fiery as ever on her fourth album, but she's also expanded her emotional range."

And Fulks's Upland Stories is "old-timey and bluegrass arrangements that are understated enough to where you...Read more

Rosie Flores's Career Profiled in She Shreds Magazine

November 30th, 2016 by bsradmin

She Shreds Magazine's profile on Rosie Flores is definitive, fascinating, and required reading. Rosie recalls her entire career, from her teenage rock-n-roll band to her days on Music Row in Nashville to her revolution as a world-renowned lead guitarist and genre-bender.

"When I look around now, it makes me feel good to see that women are getting their up and commence more...Read more

Lydia Loveless and John Paul White (of The Civil Wars) Chat Together for a Bluegrass Situation Piece

November 1st, 2016 by bsradmin

Lydia Loveless and John Paul White (of The Civil Wars) hopped on the phone together for a The Bluegrass Situation piece that resulted in some fascinating conversation about how songwriting changes over with age, coming up in small town music scenes, and what current music excites them. (Lydia is listening to Mitski, in case you were wondering.)

Read it here....Read more

Chicago Tribune Nails the Chaos of the New Mekons Live Album/Book 'Existentialism' in Their Review

August 19th, 2016 by bsradmin

"In the spirit of their infamous 1987 life-on-the road cassette, "Mekons New York," the new album is a document that turns the audience and the recording space into accomplices for the band's high-wire act. A single microphone is one of the few concessions to technology."

What did you expect from a Mekons live album? Frampton Comes Alive? Greg Kot perfectly...Read more

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