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The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Axis Bold As Love

After the fury of Are You Experienced and before the glory of Electric Ladyland, Hendrix put to tape his most soul-searching and beautiful album. Anyone who sees Hendrix as a guitar-burning, drug-taking, rock god must listen to this album. Axis shows what a beautiful songwriter Hendrix was and how his guitar playing could be quiet and beautiful ...view item »

David Bowie

Although you might reckon that the world is quite well stocked with David Bowie best-of compilations already, this one is new to 2016 and therefore includes two songs from Blackstar! The other unique feature is an unreleased mix of ‘Life on Mars?’: oooh. And of course, four vinyl sides packed full of familia...view item »

Stills-Young Band
Long May You Run

Out of the various permutations of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, this was the only collaboration between Stephen Stills and Neil Young. The 1976 album follows in a similar West Coast folk vein to their parent band Buffalo Springfield but there's moments of jazz and synthesised strings to give a more modern fee...view item »

Neil Young
Comes a Time

After all the earth-scorched rock songs and talk of killin', Neil Young decided to draw back into his folksy shell, following up Zuma and American Stars 'N Bars ...view item »

Neil Young
American Stars 'n Bars

Essentially, American Stars 'n Bars is the album Neil Young made after he was done making the classics now firmly established in the old rock man canon. It's a grab-bag of old additional recordings that hadn't quite made it before and features his swirling, semi-proggy "Like a Hurricane", which would...view item »

Guantanamo Baywatch
Desert Center

These punningly named rock and rollers offer up their second LP which contains more examples of their unique take on '50s inspired rock and roll. They land somewhere between Violent Femmes, Rocket From the Crypt and Eddie Cochran offering grungy bar room brawls to crank up the jukebox ...view item »

TV Set

Released exclusively for Record Store Day Black Friday, TV Set finds US indie-rockers Spoon covering The Cramps! A treat for fans of both bands. The other half of this 10” is a ‘Nighttime Version’ of Spoon’s ‘Let Me Be Mine’. Pressed to coloured vinyl...view item »

Man Or Astro-Man?
Live at Third Man Records

Jack White’s series of Live at Third Man Records releases now includes this treat of a set from the space-surf action men and women who make up Man Or Astro-Man. The Tesla-coil-loving gang play songs from throughout their career with electrifying energy, so that their Live at Third Man Records...view item »

Greg Ashley & The Western Playboys
Greg Ashley & The Western Playboys

Greg has been a wanderin' America for some time now playin' music, releasin' records. This latest one should start payin' him some dues as it's out on Jack's Third Man Records. We're promised a rough hewn selection of waltz, country swing and honky tonk. Like a one man jukebox in the dusty end of town. ...view item »

Fast Metabolism

This record is a collection of Tyvek's earliest, rawest singles and recordings. They have a sloppy sound, that makes you think of an early Fall, but with less talented more Yankee (obviously!) sounding shouty vocals. The songs are vitriolic, and ramshackle to THE MAX!! Yet they have quit...view item »

Brown Acid: The Fourth Trip

The Brown Acid series is dedicated to excavating rare and special hard rock and psych music that was private-pressed onto 45”s back in the day. With The Fourth Trip, the heavy jams just keep on coming, all made by bands doing it for the sheer love of the rock. CD / LP compilation on RidingEasy....view item »

King Animal

Back in the day I loved “Screaming Life/Fopp”, “Louder Than Love” and especially “Badmotorfinger”. Then, half way through “Superunknown” Soundgarden’s music started to leave me a bit cold. So as much as I’m not sure why that happened, I’m not sure what reignited my interest enough...view item »

The Blanche Hudson Weekend / Horowitz

Not only have my ears been blasted by the fire alarm this morning, trebly in itself but no more trebly than this record. It's so trebly my ears are screaming out in pain. It's a two-sided slab of indie pop fuzz, both from different bands but they sound the same. I can't tell which side is which as the label doesn't really explain. Does it ma...view item »

David Bowie
Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74)

This high-quality live recording of David Bowie circa 1974 was released for the very first time this Record Store Day: now it makes the transition from the triple LP to the double CD format. Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles ‘74) is from a significant point in Bowie’s career, and features all ...view item »

Far Corners
Ruling The Roost/ Gold Choice

Far Corners is a new outfit from the lads that bought you the uncompromising, no bullshit garage rock of the Turpentine Brothers. There's not much info to go on but basically Far Corners are Turpentine Brothers but for some reason they now run things under this new moniker. 'Ruling The Roost' does not disappoint on the scuzzy-as-fuck, mad-a...view item »
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The Coathangers

Whilst this edition is still lathered in exactly the sort of haywire and scuzz-ridden guitar solos you'd expect from The Coathangers, this time - with Parasite - Julia Kugal has attempted to not "scream anymore -- just sing and focus on melody". Written in the wake of the election, this piece of angst-...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Bringing it all Back Home Again

The BJM being the BJM...doing what they want, even if that means playing just two chords for over thirteen minutes on an acoustic guitar while singing about some farmboy killing his parents. Whether 'Arkansas Revisited' really was co-written by Charles Manson is, let's face it, doubtful. But it's evil - in a good way - nonetheless...view item »

Wolf People

Wolf People return to Jagjaguwar after a three year gap. Known for their psychedelic, proggy and pretty much classic rock with a little Jethro Tull thrown in for good measure, Ruins is a bit heavier and weightier. Distorted megaphone like vocals and valve driven guitar leads. Noted inc=fluences ...view item »

Mutants of The Holocaust
Kings Of The Rock 'n Roll

Some dude just turned up at the office with these one-sided garage rock LPs the other day. Apparently he played in this band in the '80s and dug out the recordings recently and decided it was time for them to come out on vinyl. What we've got here is a solitary side of muddy and messy garage rock. It sounds quite...view item »

Patrick Campbell Lyons
You're A Cloud, I'm A Comet

I thought they were sausages at first but I'm now pretty sure they are baguettes on the sleeve. This is the first solo album in 35 years from Patrick Campbell Lyons who was the prime mover in '60s pop symphonic act Nirvana. Gentle, lilting and yearning psychedelic pop from this veteran of the genre. ...view item »

Iggy Pop
New values

New Values by Iggy Pop was originally released in 1979. It was his third solo album and first album of his post-Stooges ouvre, apart from Raw Power, not to feature any input from David Bowie. Nevertheless, this is a bit of classic featuring tracks such as Five Foot One...view item »

Booker T. & The M.G.s
Green Onions

Well we all know 'Green Onions' the song. The kind of laid back groove that could only have been made by 'cats' in the 'swinging' sixties. The sort of 12 bar blues riff that will live on forever. Well who knew that there was an album attached? Here it is in all it's instrumental glory. Classic early day Stax recordings to be laid back to. ...view item »

75 Dollar Bill
Wood / Metal / Plastic / Pattern / Rhythm / Rock

No, 75 Dollar Bill. That's not how you play Tetris. It doesn't even work on paper. Anyway, this is a duo-plus-quintet of people who got together to play such instruments as wood, plastic, and rhythm, making an interesting music that isn't confined to any singular global scene, but definitely sounds like a chamber version of Goat. Long,...view item »

Alex Chilton
Take Me Home And Make Me Like It

Alex Chilton was the ultimate musical troll. Having made chart friendly white boy soul with The Box Tops and wonderful trebly guitar pop with Big Star, he then set about on a solo career that attempted to annoy each and everyone of his fans. This new collection is taken from the sessions that yi...view item »

Live In San Francisco

The Castle Face label manage to do Magnetix justice. Get a basement in San Francisco, ram it full of people and hit record. Not rocket science, but the resulting recordings encapsulates the frantic and sweaty energy the french duo are renowned for. Chunky, get up and yell garage rock. Get going. CD and LP on Castle Face....view item »

Joel Silbersher
No Teeth

There's only 500 of those beauties to get your grubby mitts on. This a distinctly weathered Melbourne veteran - having been performing for an astonishing 41 years and still strong - who is not rolling over yet; Joel Silbersher's solo offering No Teeth is a witting and snarling edition with a ...view item »

Howlin Rain
When The Morning Comes

I don’t really get/understand/like Howlin’ Rain. I’ve heard a few records by ‘em and it just sounds like 70’s hoary old rock to me.  I don’t get it.... Anyway here’s a tour 7” ...view item »

Crushed Beaks

What’s this then? Some kind of tropical ‘60s pop number is what’s going on here, with somewhat Razorlighty vocals that I shall gloss over in favour of talking about the hazy summer atmosphere conjured up and the bouncy, kind of ...view item »
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Seafaring Strangers: Private Yacht

Numero Group really know their way around the strange underworld of America’s private press music, putting them in the perfect position to curate compilations like this one. Seafaring Strangers: Private Yacht is a selection of smooth soft-rock from the 1970’s: leisure rock from an array of near-unknown bands. CD and double L...view item »

Bash & Pop
Anything Could Happen

Stinson may have played a relatively background role in the Replacements all those years ago, but listening to this fine album it sounds like he has really matured as a songwriter, refining and honing his own songwriting chops. The songs perhaps aren't as introspective as found on some of Westerberg's recent releases, but the "ear" for writing m...view item »

I Get Lonely

Fun, light-hearted soulful track from Saskwatch - belting voice and a garage rock vibe. Loud guitars, crashing drums and just a little tease of brass to make this a great little number. A nine piece band help to create the tight yet many-layered sound which gives these guys their charm. On vinyl from Northside Records....view item »
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Little Barrie
Death Express

Nottingham’s Little Barrie are the main band of Barrie Cadogan, who is also a regular guest guitarist for the likes of Paul Weller and Primal Scream. That gives you a hint at the kind of guitar antics he gets up to on Death Express, the fifth Little Barrie...view item »

Big Star
The Best Of Big Star

If trawling through the classic-era Big Star's mammoth collection of three albums is too much for you then consider this handy 'best of' which collects tracks from each to showcase Alex Chilton's prime power pop band. With songs such as 'Back of My Car' and 'September Gurls' in their locker it's still rather har...view item »

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Blood Sugar Sex Magik

There are two things worth noting on this album. Every track was recorded live and was not overdubbed or anything -- you can hear Rick Rubin's voice before "The Power of Equality" and "Suck My Kiss" and the crickets chirping at the end of "Sir Pyscho Sexy" and "They're Red Hot". In other words, this is how the album was intended to sound without...view item »

Neil Michael Hagerty and the Howling Hex
Live at Third Man Records

Neil Michael Hagerty is best known for his frontmanship of major noise rock players Royal Trux, but he’s also doing stuff with The Howling Hex. They recently had a date together at Jack White’s Third Man Records HQ, and a coupla cuts from the performance hav...view item »

Youth of America
Night of the Comet / Navigator

Those Trembling Bells are a prolific and eclectic bunch eh? Youth Of America is a new, US power-pop inspired project from the Bells’ Simon Shaw, and the whole rest of the band join him on Night Of The Comet / Navigator, a lovely poppy slice of American homage. 7&r...view item »
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Jack White and The Electric Mayhem
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

Jack White isn’t working with The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather or his own solo backing band on this single. No, here he is playing with The Electric Mayhem, the in house band for The Muppets! Together they perform the ...view item »

Fuzz Club Session

Michigan based four piece Heaters pack a whole lotta surf fuzz energy. After a few full lengths on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records and Dizzybird Records London based label Fuzz Club had them over into their studio for some live sessions laid down on some truly analog equipment. Rough, ready, driving and warm as hell....view item »

Sheer Mag

New business from Sheer Mag, a tight little set of 4 tracks. III is lo-fi indie-rock with lead guitar flavours that come straight from the 70’s glory days. Plus some gorgeous pop melodies, unabashedly showing themselves off. A very appealing package, released by Static Shock Records on 7” vinyl....view item »

Graham Day & The Forefathers
Triple Distilled

Cannibal Spiders
Cannibal Spiders

Cannibal Spiders - it's quite a dystopian idea. Well that's exactly how the four-piece's self-titled offering transpires, full of menacing, haunting and raw textures. This isn't a piece for the faint hearted, its name should be taken on face value; this is thrashing punk rock at its most sinister and ugly....view item »

Royal Trux “Live”
Platinum Tips + Ice Cream

American rockers Royal Trux called it quits in 2001 and went their separate ways, forming Black Bananas, RTX, and The Howling Hex. The first full length release since the reunion was recorded live over two days and covers most of their 12 albums in their rawest and purest form. ...view item »

Endless Boogie
Vibe Killer

Endless Boogie craftily anticipate the comments that listeners might offer by putting the phrase in their name. And they do indeed boogie endlessly, settling into a psychedelic ZZ Top kind of vibe and then riding it all the way over the horizon. Vibe Killer is another fine collection of cosmic chug, rel...view item »

Permit Vol. 1

Ha! Brilliant! They’re not wrong. Indiana based Permit sound like a double time Thin Lizzy, a raucous and fun filled affair with a garage punk-rock flare. Injected with Zeke like energy it’s house party madness to full effect, will get you up on your feet and dancing, but with sub tw...view item »

Quilt Boy
I Am Somebody

Quilt Boy is a Detroit outsider dude, making music all by himself that toes the line between proggy excess and lo-fi noise scrabble all at once. This 7” contains five tracks of highly-messy guitar / synth / mumble skronk, and it's a wonderfully fun thing. I Am Somebody is released in a limited edition of 250 by So...view item »
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Function Underground: The Black & Brown American Rock Sound 1969-1974

Function Underground: The Black & Brown AMerican Rock Sound does excellent and necessary work in bringing to greater prominence some of the amazing non-white rock and roll music made in America between 1969 and 1974. This material is absolutely scorching, and most of it is also extremely rare: generally private pressings receiving t...view item »

The Cubical
Blood Moon

Operating out of the psychedelic-friendly musical micro-climate of Liverpool, The Cubical have been working on their fourth studio album. Blood Moon has the raw blues-rock power of your favourite seventies act, as well as gnarly lead-vocals from Dan Wilson, who sounds like he’s charging down the s...view item »


Full-length album the first from She-Devils. This duo take an intuitive, DIY approach to creativity, making all their own artwork and videos. Furthermore, Audrey Ann Boucher had never played music before forming the band, so her vocals have grown organically alongside the whole concept of She-Devils...view item »

Paul Weller
Heavy Soul

Heavy Soul is the fourth solo album by Jam-man Paul Weller, initially issued in the Britpop-imperial days of 1997. As befits an album with the name Heavy Soul, Weller gets back to his soul / R&B roots, via blues and rock. Heavy Soul has been remastered for this rei...view item »

Hamburg Recordings 1967

Special recordings from that classic early essential avant-garage-rock group Monks, released here for the first time! The material here was recorded in Hamburg in 1967 by this group of German-stationed American GIs and has been entirely unreleased since then, until right now! Ooooh… That makes this release a real treat, s...view item »

Iggy Pop
Fire Engine

Fire Engine is an Iggy Pop single that never happened, recorded in 1983 but not released until Record Store Day 2016. As well as being a fierce and noisy slab of raw 80’s Iggy, the song is also noticeable for being co-written by Al Jourgensen of Ministry, who also...view item »

Miraculous Mule
Blues Uzi

Miraculous Mule filled in the gap between their debut Deep Fried and their new full-length Two Tonne Testimony with 2014’s nice little mini album, now reissued. Blues Uzi is full of soul and fire and groovy energy, perfect for keeping modern fans of bluesy gospel rock satisfied. Vinyl reissue wit...view item »

Small Faces
There Are But Four Small Faces

This is a deluxe edition of the US version of the Small Faces’ debut full length released via Sanctuary. Originally released in 1968, included here is the original mono and stereo albums remastered and expanded from the original master tapes. With surviving members Kenny Jones and Ian 'Mac' McLagan enabling an extraordinary tape recovery a...view item »

Siena Root
A Dream Of Lasting Peace

Siena Root are real Swedish rock authenticists, dedicated to recreating, down to the last detail, the vintage retro rock sound that lives in the past and in their ears. That means analogue production (A Dream Of Lasting Peace was recorded in a Swedish forest), vintage gear, and most importantly, a sound packed with thic...view item »

Gimme Danger: The Story Of The Stooges - Music From The Motion Picture

Gimme Danger is Jim Jarmusch’s new documentary film about The Stooges, a band who I really don’t need to introduce you to. This Music From The Motion Picture release contains a tasty brace of Stooges classics, carefully selected to give an overview of the band&rsquo...view item »

Black Lips
Satan's Graffiti Or God's Art?

Black Lips, who are now being released by Vice(!), continue their messy antics with the Sean Lennon-produced Satan’s Graffiti Of God’s Art?, their first full-length in three years. Fuzzed-up garage rock action is of course the name of their game, though this record is perhaps a little neater...view item »

Edgar Jones
The Song of Day and Night

Edgar Jones, who made his name in the world of cult underground Liverpudlian psychedelia  by fronting the band The Stairs, returns with his first new album in five years. Operating solo here, Edgar shows off his deep affection for Northern soul and 60’s beat sounds, with The Song ...view item »

The Best Of Rare Mod

It is worth remembering that, beyond all the scooters and jackets and RAF symbols, the Mod subculture was fundamentally about the music. Acid Jazz have been archiving and reissuing lesser-known killer material for a decade now, so it's high time they released a best-of like this. Three CDs of highlights from the series, along with an informative...view item »

The Growlers
Not. Psych!

California’s The Growlers have been going since 2006 apparently, so I feel a little sheepish about not having checked them out until now. I thought from the name that they’d be some hard fuzzin’ psych rock types like Segall & co but actually what’s going on o...view item »

Haunted Heart

Cowbell are a reliable source of southern-fried garage-blues rock action, with all the soul and grit of your classic favourites. New album Haunted Heart delivers on all those fronts, plus features actual use of a cowbell, apparently for the first time ever for Cowbell. And this most American of records ...view item »

The Deslondes
Hurry Home

The Deslondes come from New Orleans, a major centre of American musical culture if ever there was one. The five-piece band, here presenting their second album, have absorbed the sounds and styles of country, soul, psychedelic rock, R&B, gospel, and more besides, making Hurry Home a firmly-grounded American album. Ou...view item »

Golden Pelicans
Disciples Of Blood

Golden Pelicans make hard rock that is just as hard and gnarly at the edges as they used to make it in the scuzziest 80’s fleapits. Disciples Of Blood is the third record of punkish long-haired party music the band have put together, and it's properly strong stuff. Released by Goner Records on both CD and LP....view item »
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Boss Hog
Brood X

16 years down from the last Boss Hog release and the formula remains unchanged. Christina Martinez sneers effusively in a manner pitched somewhere between Kathleen Hanna and Debbie Harry; Jon Spencer’s licks haven’t lost any fuzz even if he may have acquired some gre...view item »

Paul Weller
A Kind Revolution

A Kind Revolution is Paul Weller’s 13th studio album and in celebration of the 40th anniversary of his first full length it has been released on a load of formats plus an incredible deluxe vinyl box set spread over 5 10” vinyls with individual artwork. Well er is still going strong and shows many youngsters ...view item »
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Los Alamos Grind!

Los Alamos Grind! is a compilation of the old-style rock’n’roll, put together with extra attention paid to lesser-known artists and sleazy-sounding tracks. This stuff just flies out of the stereo, inducing dirty boogies and cool retro-futuristic reveries. Bands like A.C. Jones & The Atomic Aces and ...view item »

Peter Buck
Warzone Earth

Former REM man Peter Buck has always kept busy with side-projects, and this solo LP is his third under his own name. Warzone Earth is a straight-up rock record, on which Buck brings in a stack of famous friends: Kris Novoselic and Jeff Tweedy (of ...view item »

Middle Brother
Limited Edition 10”

Middle Brother are something of an alt-country supergroup, mixing the main songwriters / singers of Dawes, Delta Spirit and Deer Tick into one powerful trio. So much voice! The straightforwardly-titled Limited Edition 10” is pressed as a picture disc, and is exclu...view item »

Gold Connections
Gold Connections

The first ever recordings by Gold Connections, recorded in 2014, receive release on a proper vinyl record courtesy of Fat Possum. The Gold Connections EP is full of young-man indie rock’n’roll, written and performed with a sweet sensibility and an intimate familiarity for the slacker genre greats. 5 tracks o...view item »

The Monkees
Good Times! Plus!

I might be on my own here but I really enjoyed the latest the Monkees album 'Good Times'. Now for Black Friday they have released a red vinyl 10" of all the tracks that didn't make it and I have to say that the fact that they weren't included in the first place was rather unfathomable so this will be a necessary grab for all tho...view item »

Neil Young
Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12

A big heavy box full of Neil Young albums, all pressed to heavyweight 180g vinyl. Discs 8.5 to 12 of the Official Release Series encompasses Young’s later-70’s albums, including the excellent live-with-Crazy Horse double whammy of Rust Never Sleeps and Live Rust...view item »

Reverend Horton Heat
Hardscrabble Woman / Lying To Myself

Rock veteran Reverend Horton Heat’s single Hardscrabble Woman / Lying To Myself is a playful bit of USA-country-rockin’, pressed to red coloured vinyl in a limited edition. The 7” is housed in a cartoonish sleeve derived from the A-side’s music video. Record Store Day 2016 stock, only very limite...view item »

Iggy Pop

Soldier was released in 1980, the fourth solo album by our hero Iggy Pop. Here the proto-punk legend Pop worked with member of legendary actual-punks The Sex Pistols, in the form of ...view item »

The Buttertones

The Buttertones are all about that 50’s rock’n’roller vibe, you can almost hear the slicked-backed hair and sharp dressing. Gravedigging takes that template and gives it a little bit of an electric shock from the garage, leading to a cinematic set of fun cool guy music. This latest Buttertones...view item »

The Black Tambourines
Chica EP

Ocean rockers Black Tambourine, from Falmouth in Cornwall, released 7" 'No Action' in 2010, which sold out in a day. The subsequent debut  album 'Freedom' enjoyed both critical acclaim and airplay from BBC's Lauren Laverne. 2011's 'Chica' EP is now available as a Record Store Day exclusive reissue. Very limited edition 10". ...view item »

The Neighbourhood Strange
Let's Get High / One Last Chance

Vintage-style psychedelic rock’n’roll with a sunny disposition and an affected vocal style from The Neighbourhood Strange. Let’s Get High / One Last Chance, the Salisbury band’s second single, has lots of guitar that will delight fans of 60’s blues rock. It’s released in an edition of...view item »

Keb Darge & Cut Chemist present The Dark Side – 30 Sixties Garage Punk and Psyche Monsters

One man funk funk library Keb Darge teams up with Cut Chemist again to follow up from their 2007 compilation and delve once more into the lost world of 60s garage music. Filled with rarities and the obscure from both players’ personal collections they aim to inspire their love for the genre and get you hoo...view item »


Here's a new one from curly mopped psych pop fans Temples. Their previous record 'Sun Structures' was the type of psych record you could take home to meet your mum so we are expecting more radio-friendly vaguely '60s tunes to hum when you put the bins out of a night. Lead track 'Certainty' sounds like MGMT gone ...view item »

Buzzsaw Joint: Diddy Wah - Cut 1

DJ Diddy Wah, one of the prime movers down at London’s Buzzsaw Joint club, opens up his collection of 45’s for the pleasure of listeners back home. The theme is rare and vintage rock’n’roll, with most of these tracks dating from the early 60’s when these sounds were super-fresh. Cut 1 ...view item »

Golden Pelicans
Live at Third Man Records

Jack White continues to offer both gigs and releases to up and coming bands via his Third Man Records label and shop: good on him. Golden Pelicans are the latest band to get White-aided opportunities, with this document of th...view item »


Groovy, distorted psych punk on very gorgeous, and very limited, red and white splatter 10” vinyl. EP1 emerges from the deranged minds of trio Muertos. These tracks distill the atonal riffing and droning vocals of post-Velvet Underground garage into a pure snotty essence of amplifier ...view item »

Punk Confusion Formula / Persecuted

Shouty, messy punk on vinyl 7” from Audacity. Both Punk Confusion Formula and Persecuted capture the band’s ability to somehow combine catchy pop-punk melodies, rough-edged post-hardcore drones and a frantic DIY tone. Both tunes are borrowed from the Mellow Cruisers ...view item »

Electric Glitter Boogie

The straightforwardly-named Power take their influence entirely from Australia’s history of greasy pub hard rock: music to drink beer and flail around to. Electric Glitter Boogie delivers on both its title and its history, being a straight-down-the-line guitar thrash recorded raw and direct for maximum impact. Rel...view item »

Las Rosas
Everyone Gets Exactly What They Want

Las Rosas are a band made up of members with previous experience in the bands Wild Yaks and Harlem. That means that Everyone Gets Exactly What They Want sounds totally confident and together, even though it is their debut full-length. Neat and clever garage-pop from New York! Released b...view item »

Hanni El Khatib
Savage Times

Hanni El Khatib decided to throw away all his past experience for Savage Times, forcing himself to explore new instruments and new ways of working. In other words, this is genuinely experimental music. After stacks of studio discovery, these are the finest 19 tracks from the sessions, presented on CD or as a triple 10&r...view item »

King Salami and the Cumberland 3
Goin' Back To Wurstville

Fans of rockabilly, sausage references and classic rhythm & blues will find plenty to love in King Salami and the Cumberland 3. The all-over-the-world-via-London band are full of high octane fun and cool rock’n’roll like they used to make it, delivered with an extra punky vigour. Goin’ Back To Wurstvill...view item »

Beach Skulls
Slow Grind

Beach Skulls’ debut Slow Grind showcases lulling sunshine-laced garage pop that paints a picture of summer far far removed from their current dwellings of Manchester and Glasgow. Catchy and heart warming, It’s nostalgia taken from long evenings round a fire on the beach...not in Glasgow… Or Manchester...view item »

Ryan Adams

It seems a long long way from Whiskeytown now but David Ryan Adams is still at it veering somewhere between alt country troubadour and balls out rocker. This album follows his ill-advised attempt at covering Taylor Swift's '1989' and showcases a prolific period of writing. Indeed 'Do You Still Love Me?' is brash...view item »

David Bowie
Live Nassau Coliseum '76

The great records of David Bowie live on, with a slew of reissues coming out on Parlophone. Live Nassau Coliseum ‘76 was previously only available as part of a deluxe edition reissue of Station To Station, which was released in that same year. So you get that album’s amazing material mixed...view item »

Lecherous Gaze
One Fifteen

Lecherous Gaze are a total hard rock & roll band from California, featuring alumni from bands like Witch, Saviours and Annihilation Time. One Fifteen is a heavy and psychy set from a bunch of guys who live, eat and breath hard rock. Chugging riffs and flaring solos ...view item »

The Wytches
All Your Happy Life

Second album from The Wytches, the darkly psychedelic English rock and roll band. All Your Happy Life manages to sound groovy and guitar-gnarly even while the band seem lashed with despair. All Your Happy Life was recorded and mixed by a Grinderman (in the form of Jim Sclavunos...view item »

Savoy Motel
Savoy Motel

Members of Savoy Motel have come together after years playing in other bands most notably Cheap Time but here they are enjoying themselves with a kind of slinky take on indie rock that reminds me of a more scratchy Beck or a more sexy the Strokes. All fuzzy guitars and falsetto ...view item »

The Parrots
Los Ninos Sin Miedo

The Parrots are a Madrid band of psychedelic garage-men, and Los Ninos Sin Miedo is their debut album. That chunky orange 70’s-style lettering on the old-school sleeve art is pretty indicative of the band’s sound, where a thick low-end groove drives along big, cool-guy lashings of guitar. Out on Heavenly....view item »

Thee Oh Sees
Live In San Francisco

Thee banner garage rawk band played the Chapel out in San Francisco, launching their happy-go-lucky psychedelia into a crowd of possibly stoned hopefuls. This extensive set is presented not only as audio but in DVD format with photos to boot. Musically, it scales more towards their propulsive, loud, noisy side -- but th...view item »


Prix are a lesser-known band that came about when members of later-period Big Star shot off on their own. Historix is a set of ferocious mid-70’s rock music, packed with riffs and flaring vocals. Barely any of this material has been widely heard: 2 singles released at the time and a Japanese CD re...view item »

Jimi Hendrix
Smash Hits

This version of the previously released Smash Hits comes with an alternate cover, was mastered from original analogue master tapes and appears to come with original poster art. By the way, few of these tracks were ever actually released as hit singles, and fewer ever actually charted on commercial AM radio, after Purple Haze. You had to hear it ...view item »

Iggy Pop
Post Pop Depression

Post Pop Depression finds Iggy Pop working with Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, a mighty pairing if ever there was one. Gnarly action with Iggy’s urban swagger and Homme’s rugged desert vibes: the rest of the band is made up of member...view item »

Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll

Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll is an important forthcoming film about the musical history of Cambodia before the Vietnam War overspilled and destroyed the country’s artistic freedom. Many of the artists on this accompanying music were consequently killed, making the vitality and joy of ...view item »

Small Faces
Small Faces

This is a 2CD digi book edition of the Small Faces self-titled debut full length released via Sanctuary. Included here is the original mono and stereo albums remastered, alongside 17 bonus tracks of previously unreleased material and an extensive, 24-page booklet of liner notes written by Mojo journalist Mark Paytress. With surviving members Ken...view item »

Three Ages Of Man

Three Ages Of Man by Satisfaction is a lost classic. Fortunately it was found by Acid Jazz label co-owner Derek Griffiths in an unmarked box containing the original reel-to-reel tapes. Their sound has been likened to the blues-rock of Blood, Sweat and Tears and early 70s Chicago, before...view item »

Wolf People

Whilst firing up the stove, putting the wood on the fire and tucking into my latest pot noodle I turned the wireless toward Marc Riley and a progressive, rambling folk inflected sound wafted through the kitchenette. Even though I didn’t appear to like it at first, I was curious as to what it was. It sounded like ...view item »

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