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William Elliott Whitmore
Kilonova

Chicago’s Bloodshot Records (The Mekons, Murder By Death) release an LP of covers by seasoned troubador WIlliam Elliott Whitmore. Whitmore COVERS (geddit?) a lot of ground on Kilonova. Some of the tunes here were written relatively recently - he opens with a versi...view item »

William Elliot Whitmore & Esme Patterson
Play Each Other's Songs

As advertised, this 7” features William Elliott Whitmore playing one of Esme Patterson’s songs, as well as Esme Patterson playing one of William Elliott Whitmore...view item »

Andrew Bird / Nora O'Connor / Robbie Fulks
Split

Extremely limited 7” vinyl from Bloodshot Records. Celebrating 20 years in existence, the label has Andrew Bird and Nora O’Connor covering a Robbie Fulks song and then Robbie returning the favour. It’s a pretty perfect summation of the ferocious alt-country the label trades in. The violin arran...view item »
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Mekons
Existentialism

Taking a similar tact as Jack White, Mekons wanting to create perform and record all at the same time. Working more as a document or even a piece of performance art Existentialism was created live in front of a small audience and recorded with a single microphone in the middle of the room. Originally on...view item »

The Mekons & Robbie Fulks
Jura

The Mekons decamped to the distant Scottish isle of Jura with international musical traveller Robbie Fulks to record this album. While they may be best known for their original punk action, they’ve moved into country areas since, and Jura proves the perfect opportunity to go fully island-folk. Anc...view item »
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Freakwater
Scheherazade

Freakwater do make country music, but they only do it on their own terms. So that means subtle harmonies from the two singers, delicate bass playing from Dave Grey and a blend of bluegrass, folk and blues. Scheherazade is their first album in a decade and has been put out by Bloodshot on vinyl LP and CD....view item »

Murder By Death
Big, Dark Love

Country pub rock from Indiana’s Murder By Death. With fifteen years in the business the lighters in the air anthemic nature of these ten songs boast an earned authenticity not always present with this nostalgic, folksy band. Still, Big, Dark Love is sure to soundtrack a few emotional bromance film sequences. Out o...view item »

Maggie Bjorklund
Shaken

After years of touring in Jack White's band, as well as contributing to his latest solo venture, 'Lazaretto', Maggie Bjorklund is set to step out on her own and release 'Shaken'. The record shows off Bjorklund's own brand of alt-country, with her prowess as a singer and pedal steel guitarist pushed to the forefront of these close-up recordi...view item »

Justin Townes Earle
Nothing's Gonna Change The Way You Feel About Me Now

I've not been the most ardent follower of Justin Townes Earle, but I've enjoyed Harlem River Blues quite dearly. This here album seems very much like one of those 'point in time' records ... an artist writes some songs pertinent to his current mental state, goes into the studio with a backing band he just assembled, and knocks out a 'live in the...view item »

Dex Romweber Duo
Is That You In The Blue

Is That You In the Blue feels like a an afternoon of AM pop radio from the pre-Beatles 1960s, when you'd hear Elvis, the Surfaris, Andy Williams, Lonnie Mack and Ray Stevens all in the course of an hour. As a contemporary piece of music, it's the perfect antidote to today's artlessly auto-tuned assembly line pop. The music in these grooves is re...view item »
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Scotland Yard Gospel Choir
And The Horse You Rode In On

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