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!
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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
Garden & Gun Magazine invited Banditos over to their cozy SXSW house for an acoustic session, and Banditos said "can do!" And they sound damn good even without the cranked up distortion and stacks.
It's Robbie Fulks week over at Acoustic Guitar Magazine! Robbie played the Acoustic Guitar Magazine stage at the Brooklyn Brewery Country Cantina at SXSW, and AG captured footage of his set. They posted a video every day this week, and we suggest you start with this one and go backward. A good way to spend your weekend...you're in Austin in...Read more
MTV filmed Lydia Loveless performing an acoustic tune right in the middle of the madness on 6th Street during SXSW in Austin!
Not only is it an outstanding performance, but you can use the cursor in the top left corner (or just move your mobile device around) to change the angle and watch in 360 degrees. SCIENCE!! It'll be like you're...Read more
Here is the first trailer for the new documentary film Who Is Lydia Loveless?, which is about...you guessed it...Lydia Loveless. The film will be released this year by director Gorman Bechard, who has directed docs about The Replacements, Husker Du, and Archers of Loaf. The movie was filmed while Lydia and her band worked on their new album...Read more
The Bottle Rockets' Audiotree live session is now up on the magical mysterious internet for your viewing pleasure! These videos are BRox at their best, and a great primer on their newest album South Broadway Athletic Club.
You can watch song by song or view the whole 40-minute session+interviews altogether:
Freakwater's trippy new music video for "The Asp and the Albatross" is now playing via The Bluegrass Situation! View with your third eye here. Vocalist/guitarist/mandola-player extraordinaire Janet Bean provided some excellent commentary on the song and video, so make sure ya read that too. Might learn yourself something.
"The Asp and the Albatross" is from the band's upcoming Bloodshot...Read more
Our best pals at Lagunitas Brewing Co sponsored our SXSW day party this year and dropped the infamous couch in the front of Yard Dog Art (during the rainstorm) and Luke Winslow-King sat down to play some tunes. Watch him perform "As April Is to May" via PopMatters RIGHT HERE!
You'll notice some chaos as folks take cover amongst various ...Read more