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Metrist AKA L. SAE AKA Joe Higgins brings the noise in this tech-punk sound-clash straight outta’ Hades. His background in bass music of all moulds can be felt throughout but […]
“Back in 1978, Bernard Treton recorded four ‘tradi-modern’ bands in Kinshasa. These sessions spawned the “Zaïre: Musiques Urbaines à Kinshasa” album (released in [...]
“Horace Swaby, known as Augustus Pablo, was a Jamaican roots reggae and dub record producer, melodica player, and keyboardist. In addition to popularizing the use of melodica in reggae [...]
New 2019 album … their first in 19 years! Tearaway trouble-punk ‘n’ bubblegum scuzz-rock from the notorious US duo, now signed to Fat Possum. Includes “Year Of The Dog”.
“Previously unreleased soul and funk from legendary Atlanta guitarist/singer/songwriter Richard Marks, the companion piece to our Never Satisfied anthology. These songs, found on reels that [...]
The classic ’81 live album from No-Wave legends, Suicide, reissued by ROIR.
What our staff has to say: “Previously unreleased early demos of some of most beloved Velvet Underground songs, played by Lou and John with their guitars and nothing else. You […]
A single LP collection of the b-sides and rarities featured alongside the singles from Tori’s seminal release (and solo debut), Little Earthquakes. This is the first time these songs have [...]
Former member of The Velvet Underground, Singer/Songwriter, Model/Actress, Solo Artist/Music Icon. NICO-Live At The Live At The Hacienda ’83 was a complete sell out for RSD April 2022 with [...]
Wilco’s seventh release, Wilco (the album), took shape quickly in January ’09 after the band traveled to Auckland, New Zealand to participate in an Oxfam International benefit project. The band [...]
What our staff has to say: “Everything else is irrelative.” – Cleo If your brain has a shortlist of bands that instantly evoke New Wave, Suburban Lawns deserve a slot […]
Limited restock. A singer-songwriter who wrote for the Turtles, Judee Sill — in her early 1970s heyday — was compared to Asylum label contemporaries like Joni Mitchell, though her [...]