Archive for the Now-Again Category
The Beginning of a New Birth recorded August 3rd, 1975 at the Oasis, Boston, Mass., by Sidney W. Burton Jr. As Time Flows On recorded February 2nd 1977 in Boston, Mass. By Sidney W. Burton Jr. Restored and remastered by Dave Cooley at Elysian Masters, Los Angeles, USA. Lacquered by […]
Explore Zambia’s liberation and its impact on the country’s rock revolution. The book, written by Eothen Alapatt and Leonard Koloko is the first investigation into the Zamrock scene, and is filled with original record artwork and rarely-seen photos of Zamrock’s best ensembles. LP comes with a download/wav files to the […]
Rock music and revolution in ’70s Zimbabwe. Bundled with a download card for WAV files and 72-page digital PDF that details the history of Zimbabwe’s heavy rock scene and the trajectory of Wells Fargo.
Tempo dos Mestres (Time of the Masters) is the second album from the tireless, young Brasilian guitarist Fabiano Do Nascimento. It finds its roots in the depths of the Amazon rain forest, passed down through generations of Native Brasilians, and is imbibed by the Afro-Brasilian culture that arose after Portuguese […]
The Western world was in the throes of peace, love and flower power as Nigeria descended into Civil War in 1967. The rock scene that developed during the following three years of bloodshed and destruction would come to heal the country, propagate the world-wide ideal of the Modern Nigerian, and […]
Amongst the most legendary of Austrian underground bands, but with a virtually undocumented history, Paternoster originated from Vienna, and existed for only two years in the early 70s, disbanding after the release of just one album. Paternoster were heavy, but their complex progressive blend was patently of the Krautrock ilk. […]
“Now-Again Records ongoing African reissue series continues this month with the release of We Intend To Cause Havoc, a four disc box set dedicated to ’70s Zamrockers, Witch. More on that monster in a minute – but first, as a bit of a warm up, here’s a couple I’ve been […]