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    On March 2, 1991 Serge Gainsbourg bowed out and left France orphaned by one of the most important singer-songwriters of French song Thirty years later, his songs are still with us, proof of their quality Indeed, beyond the many successes that have marked a career spanning more than thirty years, Gainsbourg's repertoire is...
  • Finding Wildflowers (Alternate Versions)—the latest offering of Tom Petty music, curated with help from his loving family, bandmates and collaborators The tracks, which were previously released on the limited-edition Super Deluxe 9-LP version of 2020’s Wildflowers & All The Rest, will now be available on limited edition...
  • To Sonic Boom’s Pete Kember, re-imagining the past can lead to ways forward on life’s natural, interconnected path In April of 2020, he released his first album in over 20 years called All Things Being Equal, a lush and psychedelic record full of interwoven synthesizers and droning vocal melodies, concerned with the state of...
  • Dinosaur Jr have announced, their new full full-length Sweep It Into Space via Jagjaguwar, along with the news, the band have shared the album track “I Ran Away” Recorded at Amherst’s Biquiteen, the sessions for Sweep It Into Space began in the late Autumn of 2019, following a West Coast/South East tour The only extra...
  • Alan Vega’s name is synonymous with unfettered, tireless creativity Beginning in the late 1950s, when he was a fine art student at Brooklyn College, through his years playing in Suicide, and all the way up until his death in 2016, Vega was constantly creating That process naturally led to a wealth of material that didn’t see...
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    Returning with another debut album for 2021, Music From Memory are delighted to introduce a new band, The Zenmenn, with their first ever release ‘Enter The Zenmenn’ Whilst little about the band is made known, their work is described by writer Winton Rousseauas an “experiment in harmonic convergence emerging from a deep...
  • The debut feature written, produced and directed by Marnie Ellen Hertzler Set in the desert of Crestone, Colorado over the course of eight days and set to an original score composed by Animal Collective's Geologist & Deakin Crestone follows a group of SoundCloud rappers who live in solitude, growing weed and making music for...
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    Mogwai have advanced without a plan since they were teenagers, there have been no secretive meetings to work out the master plan It is rare to hear a band that has been going for this long, and have this many albums behind them – ten records in and still no disappointments or mistaken creative left turns You may know what to...
  • Unwound’s paranoid and pulsating sixth album, Challenge For a Civilized Society explores the pre-Y2K technological dread of modern punk living Producer Steve Fisk threads Justin Trosper’s stabbing, discordant guitar in and around Sara Lund’s consolidated drum attack and Vern Rumsey’s relentless, throbbing bass A vicious...
  • American alternative country stalwart Lucinda Williams launches the first volume of ‘Lu’s Jukebox’, an initiative in which she covers songs by a single artist and donates the proceeds to struggling independent venues ‘Runnin’ Down A Dream’ marks what would have been Tom Petty’s seventieth birthday and contains...
  • After the incredible success of Polygondwanaland in 2017, we want to give everyone a chance to get their lucky hands on these King Gizzard albums Live at New Belgium Brewing Company, Asheville, NC, USA, September 1st, 2019 Recorded by: Sam Joseph, Stacey Wilson and Gaspard...
  • John Lennon’s classic debut solo album, featuring John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Klaus Voormann, Billy Preston and Phil Spector Completely remixed from the original multitracks at Abbey Road Studios by triple Grammy Award winning engineer Paul Hicks, overseen by producer Yoko Ono Lennon 2LP gatefold edition includes a second LP of...
  • On June 20, 2000, Deftones released their third studio album, White Pony, which was immediately acclaimed as a masterpiece by fans and critics alike Fueled by the successful singles “Change (In the House of Flies)” and “Digital Bath,” the album is the band’s highest selling album and is certified Platinum by the RIAA The...
  • Roman Candle, the first studio release from Elliott Smith, is a record steeped in catharsis Written, recorded, and performed by Smith alone, Roman Candle served as a functional retreat from Smith’s musical outings in his post-punk outfit Heatmiser, while simultaneously reintroducing him as a quieter, more intimate thoughtful...
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    For those looking to discover Elliott Smith for the first time, or longtime fans seeking a collection of his greatest work, An Introduction To offers a thoughtfully curated compilation spanning the length of his career and posthumous releases Highlighting his many talents, An Introduction To depicts a musician capable of intensely...
  • Travis’s 1997 debut Good Feeling returns to vinyl in its original format for the first time with classic sleeve & packaging, lacquers cut at Metropolis Studios, London Produced by Steve Lillywhite (U2, The Rolling Stones, Morrissey, Peter Gabriel) who teased out the anthemic hooks of the group’s debut single, "All I Want...
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    Tortoise's self-titled debut incorporates many musical styles and influences and combines them into one very distince sound So distinct that sometime after the release of this record they became recognized as the leaders of a new musical movement Tortoise exploits the recording studio, in that they utilize the recording process as...
  • Recorded by John McEntire at Idful Studios in Chicago, Nassau moves the band away from the more immediate pop leanings of their self-titled debut and sees them begin to experiment as a band in production and songwriting Nassau was featured on many 1995 year end lists, moving the band into the spotlight and out of the shadows...
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    Following the band’s self-titled debut released in Sept 1994 and Nassau released in March 1995, The Biz was the band’s third record in just over one calender year It was recorded at John McEntire’s own Soma Studios The instruments were mostly recorded live in only three days The vocals were recorded by Prekop alone in five...
  • Sabattis were an underground hard rock band from New York formed in 1968 by Jim Marvin (guitar and lead vocals), Gary Culotta (keyboard and vocals), Larry Wegman (drums), and Rocky Kaler (bass) Influenced by bands like Deep Purple, Mountain, and Grand Funk, they gigged around town playing lots of psychedelic clubs and venues In...
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    Out-Sider present the first vinyl reissue of Soft Soul Transition's SST, originally released in 1969 as a private pressing Breezy sunshine-pop, soft-rock, psych-pop from California Crystal clear recording with awesome vocal harmonies, superb musicianship, bossa and blue-eyed-soul-jazz touches with folk-rock moves In 1969, Chet...
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    First-ever vinyl reissue of this mysterious and haunting UK folk album, originally released as a private pressing in 1980 Totally '70s sound with nice male/female vocals, acoustic guitars, flute, and percussion Compared to Spriguns, Tickawinda, and Gallery 24-bit remastering and new, improved artwork with liner notes by band...
  • First-ever vinyl reissue of this lost-in-time US private press album from 1980 Male-female vocals, fuzz guitar, and synths Echoes of the '60s San Francisco sound (Tripsichord, Airplane, or Quicksilver) mix with FM pop-rock and even jazz-funk Considered by many collectors the best USA '80s psych LP along with Bobb Trimble...
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    One of the most exciting finds in recent years is the previously-unreleased album from 1967 by this obscure US psychedelic band, recorded around the same time of their ultra-rare Common Attitude 45, (famous for appearing on the Alien, Psychos & Wild Things comp) Led by the great Richard Orange, Thomas Edisun played Beatlesque,...
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    Out-Sider present a reissue of Julius Victor's From The Nest, originally released in 1969 From The Nest is the sole album by this US hard-rock/psychedelic band, recorded at the famous Record Plant Studios in New York and produced by jazz musician Ahmad Jamal Organ-dominated, hard-progressive sound with powerful and soulful vocals,...
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    In 1970, when Swiss garage-beat band Les Sauterelles split, their leader, Toni Vescoli, decided to start a solo career At first, inspired by Dylan, he thought of going strictly acoustic, but he soon changed his mind and started incorporating psychedelic and electric elements to his sound, such as feedback, primitive drum machines,...
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    First-ever vinyl release of 1970-1971 recordings by Colorado's Wakefield A blend of hard-rock, psychedelia, and acid-rock with a powerful, jamming sound, long tracks, stunning lead guitar, organ, Latin percussion, and dreamy/bluesy vocals Fans of Leslie's Motel, don't miss this one Remastered sound from the original tapes,...
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    We present the amazing story of We The People, a 60s teen band from LA (not to be confused with the other band with the same name from Florida) who created an amazing blend of garage, folk- rock & psychedelic sounds Between 1967 and 1968, the band, comprised of four young kids, recorded a few 45s for the Reena label, two of...
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    After recording the material that would later comprise the bulk of Invisible Hits, the Soft Boys recorded their masterpiece, the shimmering neo-psychedelic Underwater Moonlight Essentially, the band didn't change their style for the record -- they merely perfected it The Soft Boys don't hide their influences -- whether its the...
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    'Für Mich' was the first solo album by Thomas Dinger, sibling and bandmate of Klaus, after he left La Düsseldorf due to constant quarrels with his brother He departed to the South of France and made a record for himself (Für Mich), escaping the 4/4 velocity of his legendary brother (drummer for Kraftwerk, Neu!) to explore more...
  • "The Black Angels bring the aura of mid-1966 the drilling guitars of early Velvet Underground shows, the raga inflections of late-show Fillmore jams, the acid-prayer stomp of Austin avatars the 13th Floor Elevators everywhere they go, including the levitations on their second album, Directions to See a Ghost Mid-Eighties echoes of...
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    '60s garage-psych moody monster! Out of The Bachs was originally released in 1968 as a private pressing of 150 copies; it's one of the rarest USA '60s garage/teenbeat albums ever The band consisted of five young kids from Chicago, regulars at local teen dances, who decided to release an album for their fans before splitting...
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    US 1972 private press psychedelic-progressive conceptual album from Chirco: two long suites featuring fuzzed-out guitars, spacey vocals, effects, complex vocal harmonies and heavy organs Top-level recording and musicianship with Barry Tashian from The Remains assisting and writing one of the tracks Newly remastered sound, repro of...
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    The one and only album by this great Pacific Northwest band, recorded and originally released in 1970, is a mix of hard-driving psychedelic rock, heavy blues, and atmospheric ballads with big studio production Flowing organs, powerful Doorsy vocals, and hard-edged guitars Nice orchestrations on some tracks, which bring to mind...
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    Gatefold LP version Steve Linnegar was an accomplished songwriter, musician, painter and martial arts disciple A legendary figure from the South African '60s-'70s underground music scene, the "hippie king of Cape Town" formed the Snakeshed band in the '70s along with top guitar-player Martin Kopelowitz and keyboardist/producer...
  • Hideously rare 1969 album by US band Magic Psychedelic and bluesy West Coast sound with ripping fuzz guitar much in the vein of Crazy Horse, Quicksilver, Vindicator-era Arthur Lee and the likes The 12-minute long "I'll Just Play" is full of endless dual guitar attacks and effects, and is the ultimate acid-rock jam Mastertape...
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    Fabulous and ultra-rare US West Coast psychedelic album from Merkin Released in 1973 on Windy Records (same label as Creation Of Sunlight) but sounding more 1967-1968 with fuzzed-out/jangly guitars and melodic, floating harmony vocals Newly remastered sound, including an insert with...
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    UK underground hippie acid-folk from 1970, originally released as a micro-pressing of less than 30 copies on the collectable Deroy custom label Mellow atmosphere with acoustic guitars, flute, bongos, bass and refreshing, sincere vocals A few self-penned tracks plus some amazing & haunting covers of artist such as The...
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    Out-Sider present the first ever vinyl reissue of Reason's The Age Of Reason, originally released in 1969 This US 1969 private album by an ad-hoc studio band project features ex-Telstars bass player Terry Gorka plus drummer Bill Manning, lead guitarist Billy Windsor and keyboard player Tommy Dildy Heavy bluesy/soul/R&B club...
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    USA 1971 obscure Christian folk-rock album with an appealing, understated feel Close male/female vocal harmonies and ringing guitars create a secular late '60s California sound, with strong songwriting that reaches back to a Byrds/Simon & Garfunkel hook sensibility Fully licensed, first-ever vinyl reissue Monster rarity going...
  • With his handlebar moustache and booming baritone, Lee Hazlewood was one of the defining stars of the late ‘60s Though he’s perhaps best known for his work with Nancy Sinatra (including writing mega-hit “These Boots Are Made For Walking”), Hazlewood did stunning work away from that particular glamour queen and found latter...
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    Carla dal Forno presents her debut solo album You Know What It's Like, following time in cult Melbourne group Mole House and an earlier association with Blackest Ever Black as a member of F ingers and Tarcar Her voice is an extraordinary instrument: both disarmingly conversational and glacially detached It has something of the...
  • "I doubt whether the name Earthforce will be familiar to many, mainly due to the fact that they merely existed for a couple of years, with only a 60x copy private press cassette release in 1977 to their name during their time together Earthforce were a musical collective out of step with the punk age, children of the UK free...
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    2021 restock "Vinylization of the recent Home Fi cassette (originally released on the Australian Brierfirld Flood Press label) by this magnificent New Zealand singer/songwriter We were never able to score a copy of the tape, despite the fact we released Maxine's last LP, Silk, so we figured we would perform the public service of...
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    Double LP version Gatefold sleeve; one record on silver vinyl, one record on black vinyl The follow-up to Mainliner's 2013 comeback album Revelation Space has been rumored for many years There have been tales of several attempts being finished and scrapped in the last five years That's how hard it is to run a band when all the...
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    The singer and songwriter Greg Ashley has made a name for himself both as a member of notable underground bands The Gris Gris, The Mirrors, and Strate Coats, as well as a solo artist As a fixture in the underground music scene, his musical abilities span a range of genres including garage punk, psychedelia, and folk In addition to...
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    The Telescopes have been described by the British music press as "more a revolution of the psyche than a revolution of the sidewalk"; a thread consistent throughout a body of work spanning over 30 years The Telescopes have constantly pushed at their own boundaries to unravel new pathways of existence, coloring outside the lines of...
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    Famous in collector circles for being the home of rare progressive/psych albums such as Salamander, Julian's Treatment or Moonkyte, Miki Dallon's group of labels also released many obscure 45s during the late '60s/early '70s Here's a selection of the most psychedelic-sounding ones, plus some overlooked LP-only tracks From...
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