Archive for the Rock n Roll Category
Mag Earwhig! is a 1997 album release by indie rock band Guided By Voices. Following the dissolution of the group’s “classic” lineup, band-leader Robert Pollard recruited Cleveland group Cobra Verde as his backing band, while retaining the Guided by Voices name. Most of Mag Earwhig! was recorded in a professional studio in Cleveland by the new lineup […]
The Birthday Party was the first album by The Idle Race, a psychedelic pop band, released in 1968. This quasi-concept album was the first to be composed almost entirely of songs by a young Birmingham guitarist/singer named Jeff Lynne.
Eight brand new Brainbombs songs recorded in the end of 2016. “… Well, while their guitar-bass-drums setup is at least as much ‘rock’ as ‘noise’ in its approach, at this point they are veterans in the annals of intemperate foulness. First assembling in the mid-80s, claiming frequently banned American writer Peter Sotos as their […]
Glenn Branca’s first full-length album The Ascension is a colossal achievement. After touring much of 1980 with an all-star band featuring four guitarists (Branca, fellow composers Ned Sublette and David Rosenbloom, and future Sonic Youth member Lee Ranaldo) along with Jeffrey Glenn on bass and Stephan Wischerth on drums, Branca […]
1988 release, reissued. “Once upon a time there were three girls called Alice, Jane and Tracey. The three combined to create the very special sound of ‘The Marine Girls.’ Their debut album Beach Party was originally released on Dan Treacy’s (Television Personalities) Whaam! Records and is included here with the […]
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have announced a reissue of their classic album ‘Fever To Tell’ reissue while also sharing an unreleased track called ‘Shake It’. The New York band’s debut album ‘Fever To Tell’ was released in April 2003 and celebrates its 15 year anniversary next year.
Songs of Experience is the companion release to 2014’s ‘Songs of Innocence’, the two titles drawing inspiration from a collection of poems, Songs of Innocence and Experience, by the 18th century English mystic and poet William Blake. Produced by Jacknife Lee and Ryan Tedder, with Steve Lillywhite, Andy Barlow and […]
When King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard announced their plan to release five full-length albums in 2017, it was a potential sign that the increasingly prolific Melbourne, Australia seven-piece had lost its instincts for self-editing. Sketches of Brunswick East, the third full-length the band has released over the last six […]
This is the Stones where it all started, playing the music they loved so much – Blues, R&B and even Country. Every track has been revolutionary restored via ‘Audio Source Separation’ and you will be able to hear the remarkable difference this makes to each song.
Everland present a reissue of Van Jones’s Time Has Made Me New, originally released in 1981. “Here’s one very rare early ’80s soul and boogie LP, as clean original copies now fetch well over $500, if you can find it… This brand new and first official reissue ever contains the […]
Captain High Records present a reissue of Bill Plummer & The Cosmic Brotherhood, originally released in 1968. Long thought to be lost to only the most industrious of crate diggers, Bill Plummer’s 1968 album Bill Plummer & The Cosmic Brotherhood makes its triumphant return on Captain High Records. Already an […]
Blues Helping is the classic debut album from the group that brought Dave Edmunds to public attention; Love Sculpture. The resultant album is an excellent piece of vintage 1968 blues rock. The album consists of covers from popular blues rock songs of the time, ranging from Freddie King’s “The Stumble” […]