Paste Magazine Names Alejandro Escovedo's 'More Miles Than Money' One of the Best Albums of 1998

April 23rd, 2018 by bsradmin

Whoa! Paste Magazine named Alejandro Escovedo's Bloodshot album More Miles Than Money one of the 30 best albums of 1998! They even suggest the record includes the high point of the decade: 'The 12-minute, album-closing medley of Escovedo’s vertigo-inducing “Gravity” and [Lou] Reed’s “Street Hassle”'

So, we knocked a few bucks off so you can own (and...Read more

The Bloodshot Staff's Top 10 High School Albums

January 17th, 2017 by bsradmin

Everyone is doing it. And Peer Pressure™works! Our friends and fans have been posting their top 10 high school albums all over the web, listing off the records they spun the most in their teenage years. It got our memories jogging (or "yogging" - it may be a soft "j") and we couldn't help but share our favorite teen obsessions,...Read more

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

Rolling Stone Says Waco Brothers' 'Going Down In History' Is One of 2016's Most Anticipated Albums

January 8th, 2016 by bsradmin

Rolling Stone made a list of the 35 most anticipated country albums of 2016, and The Waco Brothers make a mighty appearance for their upcoming album Going Down in History! See the Wacos high-kicking in Rolling Stone here.

"Time-honored country-punk formula of Half-Cash/Half-Clash, with the sound turned way up and the polish way, way down." - Rolling Stone Country

The...Read more

Bloodshot's 2015: Our Opinions (Artists & Staff)

December 29th, 2015 by bsradmin

We haven't heard a better relevant quotation in 2015, so we're gonna quote the wise Marc Maron again: "Ranking artists and making lists is a dead culture's version of intellectualism."

And once again, we're holding on to that dead culture with cold, lifeless fingers. We're a dying breed in a lot of ways. It’s time to look back on this...Read more


Subscribe to lists