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VISIONLAND

"It's a roller coaster, alright, but one running off the rails.  Banditos hop on for the ride, with a few psychedelics in their back pockets to help ensure a more vibrant trip."— Rolling Stone

Topics and styles range this way on Visionland - the heavy and emotional to the light and simplistic - but the Banditos always sound like themselves and always drive the nail deep into the groove.

  • It's a roller coaster, alright, but one running off the rails.  Banditos hop on for the ride, with a few psychedelics in their back pockets to help ensure a more vibrant trip.

    — Rolling Stone

 

For I Wanna Go Back To Detroit City, his fifth album for Bloodshot, he wanted to return to his adopted hometown – a town that’s seen peaks and valleys just like Andre – from hustle and bustle to bust, from drinking out of crystal to drinking out of brown paper. - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/i-wanna-go-back-detroit-city#sthash.VHsUeZZR.dpuf
An album as relevant as their formative early work; political by not being political, re-affirming our greatest aspirations by focusing on the tiniest of truths. - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/south-broadway-athletic-club#sthash.BoSAKoSq.dpuf

Folk-punk lifers The Mekons teamed up with Chicago’s musical polyglot Robbie Fulks for a month to record this limited-edition collection of rough sea shanties and mournful tales pulled from the fog of the bay and the fog of the local whiskey distillery

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Mini Mekons Robbie Fulks Jura Album Art Cover

- See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/JURA#sthash.5fhROTfD.dpuf
At once bluegrass, blues, folk, and country, it is also none of them. It is a product of two voices intertwined with one another for over three decades. It might be best summarized as Appalachian soul. Pure Freakwater - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/scheherazade#sthash.ulA1aFz9.dpuf
At once bluegrass, blues, folk, and country, it is also none of them. It is a product of two voices intertwined with one another for over three decades. It might be best summarized as Appalachian soul. Pure Freakwater - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/scheherazade#sthash.ulA1aFz9.dpuf