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.
Then pre-order the album on digital, CD, or limited edition opaque yellow vinyl LP.
“Times ain't what they used to...Read more
William Elliott Whitmore will release his Bloodshot debut album Kilonova on September 7th! Hear Will's "somber, bare-bones, twangy folk" version of Magnetic Fields' "Fear of Trains" right now via BrooklynVegan! Then pre-order the album on digital, CD, or marble black/gray vinyl LP.
WEW will hit the road with old friends and now labelmates(!) ...Read more
“Classic-style bluesman” Luke Winslow-King hits all the Midwestern feels (and bowls a nice game) in the new music video for “Chicken Dinner” now playing via The FADER! It’s a perfect slice of Americana for the 4th of July.
Shot in Luke’s home state of Michigan, the video “commemorates my recent move back to my hometown of...Read more
Grammy-nominated Chicago singer-songwriter Robbie Fulks made a record with Memphis rock-n-roll royalty Linda Gail Lewis (yep, Jerry Lee's little sister!) called Wild! Wild! Wild! and we're releasing it on August 10th! You can hear the rollicking duet title track via Rolling Stone right here!
"Driven by...Read more
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers' bourbon barrel-aged new video for "The Bottle Never Lets Me Down" is now playing via Rolling Stone! The song is from Shook's new album Years, out now on digital, CD, and vinyl LP. The video is directed by Gorman Bechard, who also directed a new documentary about...Read more
Recorded live in an Italian fortress with his globe-trotting band, Blue Mesa is out this Friday on digital, CD, and limited transparent blue vinyl LP....Read more
Hear dashing blues guitarist Luke Winslow-King's funky new tune "Chicken Dinner," a "rock n' roll song about romance" co-written with late New Orleans blues singer Lissa Driscoll, via Billboard. Listen here, along with an interview with Luke about the song and his journey back to his home state of Michigan after years spent in...Read more
"Sarah Shook Has Words for the Rich-Ass Motherfuckers of Pop Country." Whoa, what a headline. And it's true; she does. Noisey talks to her all about it and streams Sarah Shook & The Disarmers' entire new album Years ahead of Friday's release!
"Equal parts Joan Jett and Hank Williams, Shook and the Disarmers are pioneers, finding a...Read more
Watch out, buckaroos, there's a new Sarah Shook & The Disarmers song in town! Everyone can hear "New Ways to Fail" right now below via TIDAL. It's a barroom singalong if we've ever heard one. Sarah also dished some dirt on touring, politics, and the new album in an accompanying interview.
Tidal asserts that Sarah "enter[s]...Read more
New Orleans (via Cadillac, MI) blues guitarist and singer Luke Winslow-King returns May 11th with new album (and fourth Bloodshot album) Blue Mesa. Hear Luke's sweltering new song "Leghorn Women" right now via Mxdwn. Pre-order the album on digital, CD, or limited blue translucent vinyl LP.
"Direct, no-frills ethos of classic R&B, powered by Whitfield's forceful bellows and anchored by his rock-solid band, the Savages, which delivers compact, effective saxophone...Read more
Behold! Barrence Whitfield & The Savages' FIRST-EVER music video! That's right, the band's intergalactic video for new song "Let's Go to Mars" is the first in their nearly 40-year stretch as garage rock titans. Directed by King Salami and the Cumberland 3's Eric Baconstrip, watch it now via PopMatters.
As guitarist Peter Greenberg puts...Read more
Rolling Stone premiered a flat-out incredible acoustic live video of her affecting song "I Am a Woman" and interviewed RB about her journey from Australia to Nashville.
Joined by her on vocals are Nicole Atkins, Phillip Creamer, and Kashena Sampson. Of the...Read more
Hot on the heels of the band's 2017 critically acclaimed debut album Sidelong, North Carolina outlaws Sarah Shook & the Disarmers will release their new album Years on April 6th. The album–with its sharpened songwriting, unique perspective, deepened sound and roll-up-your-sleeves attitude–will grab you by the collar and put a defiant finger to your chest. It is resolute, blunt, and...Read more