Watch Scott H. Biram put the pedal to the metal and blast his behemoth guitar rig out in the middle of the Texas desert in the new music video for “TrainWrecker,” now playing on Saving Country Music.
Someone in the comments for one of these videos said "Sounds good but it seems like they've been drinking a bit." Welcome to Waco World, friend. Jon Langford did at one point say the Wacos were a way to play for free beer at their favorite watering holes, after all.
Lydia discusses the rock, pop, and country influences on her music, her songwriting style, and music in today's socio-political climate....Read more
The Yawpers made a pitstop at Jam In the Van HQ while in Los Angeles on their tour with Tommy Stinson's Bash & Pop and debuted two brand smackin' new songs! These songs will be on the band's forthcoming LP which we'll have more news on soon...
We bared witness to more new tracks by The Yawpers at...Read more
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
Robbie Fulks wonderfully covered the late Freddy Powers's classic "Little Hotel Room" for The A.V. Club's Under Cover (The Day of the Dead Edition). The song was originally made famous by Merle Haggard & Ray Charles. Watch Robbie's version here.
Just Robbie, an acoustic guitar, and this beautifully gut-wrenching song. Enjoy....Read more
YOOOOOOOOOWZAAAAA Barrence Whitfield & The Savages played an Audiotree session and it's positively EXPLOSIVE! Garage rock and soul at its most excellent. Watch all seven songs below!
And if you want to download the audio and...Read more
The mighty Mekons came together from their respective lands to perform at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Franciso this past weekend! Whether you were there and want to relive the chaotic glory, or you couldn't make the trip to the Bay, you can watch the entire set RIGHT HERE!
If you're itching for even more live Mekons,...Read more
In case you didn't hear us yelling it from the rooftops, Lydia Loveless performed on CBS This Morning today. If you didn't wake up in time, here are videos of all three songs! LL and her trusty band played new tracks "Same to You," "Longer," and "Out on Love." And you guessed it, the performances were tremendous.
Watch the brand new The Bottle Rockets documentary and concert film (think The Last Waltz but from Missouri and on an indie label and without Neil Diamond) Welcome to Our Movie, now up for free streaming via No Depression and The Roots Channel!
From the band: "In 2009, a live show The Bottle Rockets...Read more
You knew it was coming, bubbling under the surface. Here is the Mekons' musical response to the geopolitical dumpster fire that is Brexit. We saw countless folks quoting the Mekons and posting links to Mekons tunes ("Empire of the Senseless," anyone?) on social media on the day of the Brexit vote, and in the aftermath. Now you can share...Read more
Robbie Fulks's spectacular Audiotree live session is here! Robbie and his band of fiddle, pedal steel, upright bass, and drums performed songs from the new album Upland Stories, as well as Fulksian classics. It's a thrill ride!
Rolling Stone Country shared an outstanding live video of Robbie Fulks performing "Alabama at Night," from his new album Upland Stories at our Chicago clubhouse The Hideout! It's pretty incredible. That guy sure can pick! And sing to boot! Watch it here.
As Rolling Stone describes, the song is inspired by James Agee's time spent with impoverished sharecroppers in Alabama during the Great...Read more
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]
Don't let this one escape! The Yawpers blew the roof right off the Audiotree studio (we hope they got that fixed), and now you can watch it over and over and over and over until your ears bleed and your head falls off!
"City Lullaby" is a true highlight of Al Scorch's Bloodshot debut Circle Round the Signs, and you can watch an incredible video by Half Stop Sessions featuring a guitar and fiddle duo version of the song via American Songwriter Magazine right now. The Los Angeles sunset backdrop hammers it home.
Whew, must be dusty in here...our eyes...Read more