Twelve Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Conor Oberst – No One Changes Deer Tick – White City  (Pogues cover) Deer Tick – Strange, Awful Feeling Sufjan Stevens – Lonely Man Of Winter The Good, The Bad & The Queen – Gun To The Head Drenge – Bonfire Of The City Boys Cherry Glazerr – Daddi J Mascis – Elastic Days Iceage – Balm Of Gilead Nancy – I’m Not Getting Sober, … Continue reading Twelve Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Seven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Offa Rex – The Queen of Hearts Lydia Loveless – Desire The Deslondes – Muddy Water Black Lips – Occidental Front Hunx & His Punx – Baby Of The Band Left Lane Cruiser – The Point Is Over Flowing The Geraldine Fibbers – Thank You For Giving Me Life                 Continue reading Seven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Here are our selections from the week’s new releases. Tracks from UK indie royalty such as Jamie T, Slaves, and TOY, some brilliant Dylan-esque protest folk from Kyle Craft, three very different covers from Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop, St. Vincent, and Katy Goodman & Greta Morgan, jerky, infectious punk rock from Sex Stains, and more raw country from Lydia Loveless. Enjoy the rest of the weekend. Jamie T … Continue reading Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Twelve Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

A bumper week for new tunes, many with an Americana flavour,  including songs from The Head & The Heart, Lydia Loveless, Frankie Lee, The Low Anthem and Band Of Horses. We have a tasty REM cover from The Districts as well, and the return of Beck and of Montreal amongst twelve new tracks for you to delve into. Enjoy! Band Of Horses – Whatever, Wherever The Head & The … Continue reading Twelve Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Lydia Loveless Covers Prince For RSD

  Bloodshot Records are carrying on their annual Record Store Day tradition with a split release from two of their brightest stars, Lydia Loveless and Cory Branan, respectively paying tribute to The Purple One himself. On purple vinyl, of course. Side A sees Lydia Loveless and her band taking I Would Die 4 U, The Revolution’s 1984 Purple Rain standout, to a whole new stratosphere with vocals of … Continue reading Lydia Loveless Covers Prince For RSD

New Album From Lydia Loveless

On February 18, Lydia Loveless will release her new album Somewhere Else on Bloodshot Records. The new release will be her fourth overall and follows this year’s limited-release EP Boy Crazy and her 2011 breakout Indestructible Machine. The new album finds her writing from a new-found place of conviction, crafting 10 songs that are stark in their honesty, self-examination, and openness without ditching the ribald, … Continue reading New Album From Lydia Loveless

Bad Machine Tour

Scott H. Biram and Lydia Loveless are touring together in early 2012. The aptly titled Bad Machine Tour follows the release of outstanding new albums in Biram’s Bad Ingredients and Loveless’ Indestructible Machine and brings together the two Bloodshot Records label mates. The tour begins in Dallas, TX on January 26 and circles around the Southeastern US before looping back to Houston, Texas (venue to … Continue reading Bad Machine Tour

Introducing…Lydia Loveless

On September 13th, the 21 year-old singer/guitarist Lydia Loveless will be releasing her Bloodshot debut, Indestructible Machine. Lydia grew up on a farm in Coshocton OH, a small weird town with nothing to do but make music. So she did, starting off by playing bass in her sister’s band at age 14. She cites Hank Sr, Hank III, Richard Hell, Charles Bukowski, Loretta Lynn, Britney … Continue reading Introducing…Lydia Loveless