What better way to welcome summer than Banditos performing a sweaty slow jam in a swimming pool with backup singers and dogs? Watch their live music video for "Healin' Slow" now via FLOOD Magazine. And pre-order the new album Visionland (out two weeks from today) on CD, digital, or seafoam...Read more
Lydia Loveless's new music video for "Same to You" is not for the faint of heart (or entomophobes or arachnophobes). Watch it now (with one eye or two) via Paste Magazine.
From Lydia's latest album Real, out now on CD, vinyl LP, and digital.
Banditos invite some friends into an alternate reality in their tripped out new music video for "Fine Fine Day," now playing via PopMatters.
"Banditos go for all out toe-tapping, head-bobbing garage rock on a song that explores virtual reality." —PopMatters
"Fine Fine Day" is from Banditos' upcoming sophomore...Read more
Watch Sarah Shook & The Disarmers take shots, shoot pool, and live the touring band life in the new music video for "Nothin' Feels Right But Doin' Wrong,' now playing via The FADER. It's coupled with a worth-a-read story about Sarah's music and activism. The song is from the band's debut album Sidelong, out...Read more
Ha Ha Tonka performed on a raft floating down the Spring River in Arkansas and brought fans (and beer) along for the ride on tubes, kayaks, etc. for their new "Everything" music video, now playing via PopMatters! Summer is alive and well in the land of Tonk. It's 47 and raining here in Chicago,...Read more
Here's some demented fun for your Friday. See Al Scorch lets his freak flag fly high in the new music video for "Everybody Out," directed by Everything Is Terrible and now playing via The Bluegrass Situation! The song is from Al's album Circle Round the Signs, out now on CD, vinyl LP, and digital.
A sheriff and a killer square off in the new Wayne Hancock music video for "I Killed Them Both," which is now playing via Culture Collide. The song is from The Train's new Bloodshot album Slingin' Rhythm, available now on CD, vinyl LP, and digital.
The video walks the perfect line between dark humor and tragedy, just...Read more
Watch Lydia Loveless navigate romance with a clown in the new music video for "European" via Rolling Stone! The video just premiered alongside a terrific profile on Lydia and her new album Real, which is out now.
Today Lydia announced dates for a U.S. winter tour:
Nov 15 - Club Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 16 - Bowery Ballroom...Read more
Here's New Orleans bluesman Luke Winslow-King's new Italian-made music video for "I'm Glad Trouble Don't Last Always," the title track from his new album. The video was directed by Rossella De Venuto and produced by Maurizio Antonini at Interlinea Films.
LWK is kicking off his European release tour this week! With more European dates coming in February.
Watch New Orleans slide guitarist Luke Winslow-King's uplifting new music video for "No More Crying Today" via PopMatters right here! The song is the grand finale to LWK's new album I'm Glad Trouble Don't Last Always.
The video was filmed in Aldea de San Miguel, Spain during Luke's recent European tour.
Freakwater's beautiful music video for "What the People Want," directed and animated by Kathleen Judge, is an official selection at two upcoming film festivals! Yes, it's that good — music-video-shown-at-film-festivals good.
To celebrate the Lydia Loveless Real release day, here's her brand new music video for "Clumps," now playing via Noisey/VICE! It takes place in a record store, where you should be today picking up this album.
"It’s simple and gorgeous." —Noisey
The video was filmed at Lost Weekend Records in Columbus, OH by director Gorman Bechard.
You can now watch Lydia Loveless's new music video for new single "Longer" via Rolling Stone /Rolling Stone Country! If you like trashy novels, cheese puffs, and arts & crafts, today is your lucky day! The music video was directed by Gorman Bechard, who also directed the Who Is Lydia Loveless? documentary.
Pre-order the new album Real, out...Read more
New Waco Brothers music video! Watch Jon Langford and his band of miscreants perform new album title track "Going Down in History" at the infamous Schubas Tavern in Chicago on the Twangfest site! Fiery rock-n-roll here, ladies and germs. Watch here.
The Wacos will descend upon St. Louis for a performance at Off Broadway for Twangfest 2016 on June...Read more
The new Freakwater "What the People Want" music video is absolutely stunning, and it's playing via She Shreds Magazine. The accompanying article is a worthwhile interview and story addressing the surrounding topics of gender-based violence and injustice. The video was created by our talented friend Kathleen Judge, and we urge you to watch it.
The new Waco Brothers music video is now playing via The Bluegrass Situation! Watch the band perform album highlight "Receiver" at world famous Schubas Tavern in Chicago while some iconic Langford Sharpie art floods your screen!
[Directed by Gary Barrett]