B. Lewis dropping Strange Things on Needle to the Groove as limited 7″!

B. Lewis + Needle to the Groove to release his hit single “Strange Things” as super limited 7” vinyl release. Few artists have both a penchant for song lyrics as well as song construction. Beyond that, few multi-instrumentalists can also helm all recording and mixing aspects in the studio— B. Lewis, however, does it all. [...]

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PRE-ORDER AKI KUMAR – Jaan e Jaan – Limited 7″ vinyl – 1/17/18 !!

Pre-orders are live with FREE SHIPPING in the USA! Special unreleased mixes of “Jaan e Jaan” & “Kisi Ki Muskurahaton Pe” from Kumar’s Aki Goes Bollywood  LP. Limited edition 45 rpm on black vinyl in full color cardstock jacket. Only 500 copies worldwide. Badass Bollywood with a hint of funk and soul, Aki Kumar is hitting you hard [...]

By |2018-05-12T18:17:49+00:0001/17/2018|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Gentle Cycle S/T LP – (self-released) – 2017 lo-fi, acid rock, pscyh

Gentle Cycle S/T LP - (self-released) 2017 Earlier this year, San Jose's very own Gentle Cycle, released a tasteful take on 60s psych revival on their debut self-titled LP, "The Gentle Cycle". Recorded in the top studio of the notorious Cafe Stritch, the band consists of Derek See on lead guitar and vocal, Maxwell Borkenhagen [...]

By |2018-01-01T03:00:28+00:0012/29/2017|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Various Artists “Toxic” 3LP – Because Music – 2005 – new wave, electro, hip hop

Various Artists - Toxic - 3LP - Because Music - 2005 - France "Toxic" was a party in France around the mid 2000s. Founded by electronic duo "The Reanimators" (DJ's Solo & Uncle O), this party played a wide variety of genres from 80's - industrial / post punk / hip hop / electro to current [...]

By |2018-01-01T03:00:55+00:0012/19/2017|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Cabaret Voltaire “2×45” 2LP – Rough Trade – 1982

Cabaret Voltaire – 2X45 – 2LP – Rough Trade 1982   Cabaret Voltaire was formed in the early 70's in Sheffield, England. They were named after "The Cabaret Voltaire", a nightclub in Zurich, Switzerland, circa WWI. The group comprised of Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk and Chris Watson. Their early work involved a lot of [...]

By |2018-01-01T03:01:23+00:0012/05/2017|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

King Krule returns with new single “Czech One” b/w “Dum Surfer”

King Krule - "Czech One" b/w "Dum Surfer" - 7" - True Panther Sounds Archy Marshall finally starts to splash the scene again with his acclaimed project, King Krule. After nearly a four year break and producing a personal album "A New Place 2 Drown", King Krule returned in August with the ultra minimal and [...]

By |2018-01-01T03:01:46+00:0009/28/2017|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Black Merda – Black Merda LP – Chess – 1970

Black Merda – Black Merda – LP -- Chess – 1970 From a volatile socio political climate to the drug induced kaleidoscopic hippie phenomenon, American music evolved in the 60s - and 70s into a wilder, more psychedelic state. The 60s not only birthed psych rock music, but also paved the way for African Americans [...]

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