The fast-livin' Vandoliers get a little tender on new song "Cigarettes in the Rain," which you can hear now from American Songwriter Magazine. The Texas outfit's Bloodshot debut record Forever, is coming February 22nd on digital, CD, and vinyl LP. Pre-order here.
Vandoliers have arrived!! The Texas crew's Bloodshot debut album(!) Forever is coming February 22nd. It's a mix of youthful and defiant punk, rugged Red Dirt country, and vibrant Tejano. Hear the band's rowdy-as-all-hell new anthem "Troublemaker" right now via Rolling Stone!
"Opening with a galloping drum...Read more
The album comes out next Friday! Listen and then pre-order on digital, CD, or vinyl LP.
"Bounds around outside the boundaries and margins of punk, while still bearing the unfiltered,...Read more
Another Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers shredder has landed! "Reality Bites," from the band's upcoming debut album Bought to Rot, is co-written by Sabrina Ellis of A Giant Dog and Sweet Spirit. Read more and hear the track via Billboard.
"A swift pop-rocker built on stomping drums and breathless guitar. Grace’s lyrics depict a tortured relationship as she sings about a person abandoned by a partner before a trip."...Read more
Listen here to the NPR Fresh Air with Terry Gross interview with Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis about the rock-n-roll & country music influences on their new collab album, playing gospel and “the Devil’s music,” and what Robbie calls “the heat death of the universe.” It's Terry Gross, so you know she goes in depth and asks the tough questions....Read more
Longtime pals Murder By Death & William Elliott Whitmore are going on tour together this fall, AND they both have new albums on Bloodshot! So NoiseTrade interviewed them together about their respective new music and their long history together.
We are ecstatic to announce that Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers' debut album Bought to Rot will be released on November 9th!! Hear new song "Apocalypse Now (& Later)" and read an interview with Laura about the album right here via Rolling Stone.
William Elliott Whitmore's new song "Busted," a take on Harlan Howard's classic working class country anthem, is one of Rolling Stone's 10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week!
"A honking, rough-edged cover of the Harlan Howard original. It’s his voice — a booming, boozy baritone, with a midwestern drawl — that most convincingly sells...Read more
New song and music video from William Elliott Whitmore! This time he's takin' on Harlan Howard's humble country classic "Busted." Watch the video, featuring Will performing with a band on an Iowa farm (and a dog!), right now via The Bluegrass Situation.
Not a feat for the faint of heart! Ahead of the band's new album The Other Shore coming out a week from today, Noisey asked Adam from Murder By Death to rank the band's catalog, all of which we now have on vinyl LP!
Take your guesses and then take a look at the list. (Can't say we disagree...Read more
Billboard magazine got Linda Gail Lewis to sit still for a moment and chat about the rock-n-roll legend's new collaborative album with Robbie Fulks, her five decades of performing, and that one time she and her brother Jerry Lee awkwardly sang "Don't Let Me Cross Over" together.
Then pre-order the album on digital, CD, or limited edition opaque yellow vinyl LP.
“Times ain't what they used to...Read more