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Archie and The Bunkers
Archie and The Bunkers

Archie & The Bunkers are a pair of teenage brothers from Cleveland, Ohio. Emmett and Cullen are just 14 and 16 respectively. Their music takes its influences from the organ based jazz of the legendary Jimmy Smith and mixes it with the rock and punk of bands such as The Dead Boys, The...view item »


Ty Segall
Ty Rex

Ty Rex is the name under which garage-rock wunderkind Ty Segall covers the material of Marc Bolan’s T-Rex, as you do. This record compiles an EP and a 7”, both long out of print, and adds an exclusive new version of ‘20th Century Boy’. The project is clearly born...view item »


Jack White
Lazaretto

Bow your heads and curtsy, here is Sir Jack White III with his second solo opus. Its not, as you might think on first glance, the Crow soundtrack, look closer and there he is on the sleeve sprawled in a throne he’s made out of some stone remnants he found as his local garden centre. I’ve always adhered to the less is more the...view item »


Hinds
Leave Me Alone

Hinds are an all-girl indie four-piece with a DIY aesthetic. Their reverb-heavy guitars and call-and-response vocals are inspired by the ‘60s sun-kissed music of Californian beaches but also recall more modern bands such as Bleached, Best Coast and Dum Dum Girls. Their deb...view item »


Nots
We Are Nots

Nots are Natalie Hoffmann (guitar) Charlotte Watson (drums), Madison Farmer (bass) and Alexandra Eastburn (synthesiser). This grrl band are reminiscent of L7 and Bikini Kill, full throttle, loud and punk, with Eastburns synths bringing something a little different to the table. The Memphis girls are angry, aggressive and ready t...view item »


exmagician
Scan The Blue

exmagician thrown together a heady swirl of influences and sources for new album Scan The Blue. Field recordings and synthesisers all play their part in adding flavour to the sturdy garage rock tunes that propel the record. Songs of “hope, trust and revenge” the band assure us. Released by Bella Union....view item »


Kelley Stoltz
Double Exposure

"Double Exposure" is not quite as drenched in Beatlesness as Kelley Stoltz' best album, 2008's "Circular Sounds" but it still has him channeling all of his favourite '60s records in a way only Kelley Stoltz can, and there's definitely a Paul McCartney influence to the prominent bass playing throughout, especially o...view item »


Ramayana Soul
Sabdatanmantra

Ramayana Soul are an excellent Indonesian outfit who pull off a heady blend of actual Eastern music with some of 60’s-ish Western psychedelic music that originally took influence from the East. Sabdatanmantra thus reclaims and re-appropriates at the same time, staying gorgeous and groovy the whole time! Out on Jap...view item »


David Bowie
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (The Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture is the video documentation of the legendary final gig of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust period: the one where he surprised everyone, including The Spiders From Mars, by closing the whole thing down. Needless to say, it's a pretty special show, and the soundtrack au...view item »


Girl Sweat
Bad Happenings

Who needs garage-rock when you can have garage-noise? If it’s messy, blasted-out fun-time vibes you want, go straight for Girl Sweat, who utilises a lap steel, some synths and drum machines, and some howled / hollered vocals, all squeezed through stacks of distortion and echo. Bad Happenings is the debut full-leng...view item »


Proto Idiot
For Dummies

Manchester’s Proto Idiot resurrect the proto-punk sound for 2016, cheerfully combining snarly lead vocals with 60’s pop-chorus vocal harmonies. For Dummies is garage rock probably recorded in an actual garage, and it jumps through 13 fun-time tracks in 35 minutes. Released by the Bad Paintings label....view item »


CCR Headcleaner
Tear Down The Wall

CCR Headcleaner play the kind of psychedelic music that seems to have just about crossed over into genuinely demented territory: this shit sounds fucked up. Tear Down The Wall, which comes complete with some highly-spirited sleeve art, is their third album proper, thrown aggressively out into the world by In The Red....view item »


The Dreaming Spires
Paisley Overground

Cheekily referencing the ‘80s musical movement that influenced them, Oxford’s The Dreaming Spires have called their latest release, Paisley Overground. The album is not just The Dreaming Spires however, when recording what was to be a mini album in the US, in such legendary places as Ardent ...view item »


Mrs Magician
Bermuda

Mrs. Magician’s second album Bermuda is a particularly energetic (even if lyrically heavy) piece of pop-punk. Kind of fuzzy and noisy, but also kind of sleek-sounding. Released on Swami Records, the imprint of the Drive Like Jehu / Rocket From The Crypt dude of the same (nick)name...view item »
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The Royal Sitars
Eloise / Distant and Vague

Royal Headache are an Australian band who play proper rock music, with proper guitars and proper haircuts. But no guitars here… For on this single, The Royal Sitars perform sitar versions of 2 Headache tunes, ...view item »


Night Beats
Who Sold My Generation

Night Beats are a trio who have apparently been hibernating in some kind of hemp cupboard since 1969, which is to say that they sound precisely like the psychedelic rock overlords of that era. Nothing wrong with that of course, especially when the music is dispatched with such verve. Third album Who Sold My Generation i...view item »


Wolfmother
Cosmic Egg

Cosmic Egg by Aussie rock behemoths Wolfmother was originally released in 2009 and was the follow-up to their 2005 eponymous debut. 2016 sees it repressed on double vinyl. The album was produced by Alan Moulder - a producer of legendary status who has produced or mixed just about everybody over the...view item »


CTMF
A Song For Kylie Minogue / True

CTMF is yet another group helmed by Billy Childish, the garage rock veteran and super-prolific artist. A Song For Kylie Minogue is taken from their new LP SQ 1, and the B-side True...view item »


Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Lick My Decals Off, Baby

Lick My Decals, Baby is Captain Beefheart’s fourth album, initially released in 1970 with the Magic Band naturally in tow. This was reportedly the big man’s favourite of his own records: not coincidentally, it is also one of his most experimental, sounding something like a broken blues band ...view item »


Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
The Spotlight Kid

The Spotlight Kid is Captain Beefheart’s sixth album, initially released in 1972 with the Magic Band naturally in tow. Following straight on from Trout Mask Replica and Lick My Decals Off, Baby, this record finds the music slowing down somewhat, letting Beefheart...view item »


Thee Headcoats
The Messerschmitt Pilot's Severed Hand

Thee Headcoats is just one of many Billy Childish projects, but apparently this album is a particular favourite of his. It does capture his garage-punk spirit pretty effectively, with lo-fi production and snotty tunes like ‘Blood Piss and Sperm’. First put...view item »


The Hipshakes
Snake

Bakewell buddies and long-running band The Hipshakes are a close-up and sweaty-sounding garage punk proposition, pitched about halfway between those modern American types and original 70’s British stuff. Snake is their 3rd album in 12 months, but is no less energetic for that. Pressed to 180g vinyl and released by...view item »


The Jayhawks
Paging Mr. Proust

The Jayhawks deserve legendary status. Their fusion of alt. Country, power pop and laid back sing-a-longs has been delighting fans for 31 years now. Paging Mr Proust is their 9th studio album and first since 2011’s Mockingbird Time. For this release, the band return to their classic line-up of Gar...view item »


David Bowie
ChangesOneBowie

ChangesOneBowie was the first David Bowie retrospective to be released and contained his best material from 1969 - 1976. It is reissued on vinyl and CD to mark the 40th anniversary of its original release. The compilation highlights how, in just seven years, Bowie was able to reinvent his sound and style several times....view item »


The Traditional Fools
Fools Gold

The Traditional Fools is an old, mostly defunct band of Ty Segall’s, wherein he played with David Fox and Andrew Luttrell. No-messing lo-fi garage-punk was what it was all about. This set takes their 7” single release and bundles it with 13 never-before-released trac...view item »


The Liminanas
Malamore

The Liminanas are a French band, though you don’t need me to tell you that: just listen to those breath vocals! Malamore is their fourth album, and it finds the band very relaxed in their sonic niche: sunny, sexy, laid-back pop. It must be said, they do it well. Malamore is released by Because Music....view item »


Deep Throats
Good Bad Pretty

Deep Throats were an old San Francisco band with a heady garage rock sound. This release gathers up their final recordings, previously unheard by the public at large. Good Bad Pretty is released by Castle Face, the essential garage rock imprint of John O’Dwyer of Thee Oh Sees, for...view item »
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Wax Witches
Memory Painting

Burger Records continue a sweet run of releases with some snotty hardcore punk from Wax Witches. This solo project from Bleeding Knees Club’s Alex Wall takes a garage punk template, but adds some pop hooks and one-man band style. Memory Painting&nb...view item »
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CTMF
SQ 1

CTMF is yet another group helmed by Billy Childish, the garage rock veteran and super-prolific artist: this is estimated to be his 150th LP. SQ 1 is another collection of fiercely joyous punk rock delivered with a snarl and a smile. Vinyl LP or CD packed in a sleeve designed by the band: out on Damaged ...view item »


Various
Brown Acid: The Second Trip

As the name might signal, Brown Acid: The Second Trip draws its sounds from the post-Woodstock era of psychy American rock. The aim here is to pull out obscure tracks and bands missed by stardom and previous compilations, and the results are fabulous and atmospheric. How could they remain so rare for so long? On RidingEasy....view item »


Seratones
Get Gone

Seratones hail from Louisiana, but have wide-ranging ambitions. On Get Gone, which is their debut full-length album, they pull in the finest influences from the surrounding regions, leading to songs that are soulful, jazzy and bluesy all at the same time, not to mention the garage-heat of their riffs. Nice. Out on Fat P...view item »


Night Moves
Pennied Days

Night Moves present their second full-length album, Pennied Days. Synth-driven modern rock music, with wistful echo on the vocals and some 80’s-grade epic guitar. Texturally, Pennied Days puts me in mind of Phoenix, though the underlying songs have a clear original rock / R&B influenc...view item »


David Bowie
Bowie at the Beeb: The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions 68 -72

Bowie At The Beeb: The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions ‘68 - ‘72 compiles the finest moments from across 12 different sessions, so there was plenty of material to choose from. This release is also the first time that this collection of early David Bowie has been pressed to vinyl! Quadruple LP set, with a book...view item »


Maya
Synthezoid Heartbreak / Distant Visions

It’s hard to believe that this funky, sci-fi boogie came out in 1975. Maya’s Synthezoid Heartbreak and Distant Visions are long-lost pieces of psychedelic hard rock, complete with frazzled solos and sleazy synth bass. With this vinyl 7” reissue the Touch Sensitive...view item »


A Giant Dog
Pile

A Giant Dog are a Texas outfit who boldly bring back the glory days of glam rock, splashing sequins and sparkles all over the place with their riff-centric boogies. Plus, lyrics that can be favourably compared to Sparks! Pile is thei...view item »


White Denim
Stiff

White Denim’s high-energy garage/indie hybrid has always been built on loops developed in extensive jams. Stiff pushes this even further, in fact, making the songs looser than ever before. There’s bluesy riffing, weird little rockabilly breakdowns and a general experimental motivation to include what...view item »


Virgin Kids
Greasewheel

Virgin Kids are a new band from the gnarly sound-world that brought you Black Lips and Cerebral Ballzy. Which is to say: high-energy, low-fidelity garage-punk. Greasewheel even has a picture of the band eating pizza on the cover! Goes nicely with the snarly, surfy jams this album carrie...view item »


The Replacements
The Sire Years

For almost thirty years The Replacements have tirelessly been producing exciting, noisy and inventive punk and hardcore. This very limited four LP vinyl box set collects all the albums the band recorded for label Twin/Tone Records. The Sire Years capture the band’s most creative and high e...view item »


The Coathangers
Nosebleed Weekend

Ten years into their activities as a band, The Coathangers release their fifth album, which maintains the best possible balance between experienced polish and the reckless sense of abandon that makes this garagey pop-punk work so well. Nosebleed Weekend is released on CD and LP by the Suicide Squeeze label: vinyl comes ...view item »


Various
Hardcore Matinee

Hardcore Matinee is a throwback to the crucially informative punk rock sampler compilations of the sort that inspired John Reis, later to play in Drive Like Jehu and Hot Snakes. His mission here is to show off the wondrously lively punk scene of San Diego, with 22 groups represented. Go...view item »


Big Star
Complete Columbia: Live at University of Missouri

In one of the more surprising moves of the '90's former Box Top and professional grump since 1976 Alex Chilton was persuaded to reform his classic early '70s power pop band Big Star. The two surviving/interested members were joined by crazy haired Seattle two-some the Posies. This collection is the complete reco...view item »


James Luther Dickinson & North Mississippi Allstars
I'm Just Dead, I'm Not Gone

James Luther Dickinson was a blues hero of the American South, his songs carrying the grit of proper blues along with the rolling sway of rock’n’roll. And his band, the North Mississippi Allstars, are the ideal accompaniment. I’m Not Dead, I’m Just Gone documents a live show from...view item »


Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
That's It Baby Right Now We Got To Do It Let's Dance! (Live in Tokyo 2015)

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - That’s It Baby Now We Got To Do It Let’s Dance (Live In Tokyo 2015) Captures the world’s wildest rock ‘n’ roll three-piece on top form. Armed with only two guitars, a drum kit and a theremin, JSBX burn through songs from their Freedom Tower...view item »


Toilet Boys (featuring Boy George)
The Last Breath of The World’s Greatest Rock & Roll Love Affair

This is an unusual one. The Toilet Boys are a wild gang of New York rockers and have here teamed up with none other than televisions Boy George for a ferocious EP. This is the first new Toilet Boys material in some while and it's also good to see the former Culture Club singer and now Saturday Night talent show staple having some fun. ...view item »


The Heavy
Hurt & The Merciless

On Hurt & The Merciless, The Heavy prove their blend of guitar-led neo-soul and modern funk is as tight as ever. Their sound might be rooted in the past, but their catchy songwriting and groovy experimentalism are defiantly modern. The Counter label bring this to CD and heavyweight 180 ...view item »


The Monkees
Cereal Box Singles

Cereal and pop music have always gone well together. Who can forget the music to the old Cocoa Pops advert? Well everyone but me it seems. Anyway it seems incredible that four flexi's by those mop topped pop tarts the Monkees were once given away with a breakfast cereal. The cereal has probably gone off now but pop never goes off so here they ar...view item »


CFM
Still Life of Citrus & Slime

The initials CFM stand for Charles Francis Moothart, a veteran of bands including The Moonhearts, The Epsilons and The Ty Segall...view item »


Fruit Tones
Some Strange Voodoo

There might not be all that many beaches around here, but there's a wave to catch right round the corner: Stolen Body keep the surf (and garage, too, but never-mind that now) dream alive on 'Fruit Tones', a collection of watery rock tunes to bask in the sun with. If you've been missing that jangly guitar tone in your life, look no further....view item »


Holy Wave
The Evil Has Landed Part II

Holy Wave are a hashed-up psych-rock gang from Austin, Texas. The Evil Has Landed Part II is a nice little bridge of a record, combining B-sides from the previous album Relax with demo versions from the forthcoming one. Pressed to clear 10&r...view item »


Zipper
Zipper

The self-titled album by Zipper hasn’t been easy to come across in the 40 years since it was released, which has been a long-standing disappointment for fans of chugging heavy-cock-rock from the 1970’s. This reissue has restored artwork and comes with two bonus tracks not on the original! On Permanent....view item »


Pizza Time
Todo

Burger Records bring us the debut of Spanish garage punks Pizza Time and their reassuringly crude and energetic stoner rock. They make a rough-edged Dinosaur Jr. style racket, but never forget to include great hooks. After a handful of killer cassettes and singles you can finally get ...view item »


The Doors
L.A. Woman

LA Woman was the sixth and final studio album The Doors. Jim Morrison died shortly after its release in 1971. The band split with long-time producer Paul A. Rothchild leaving engineer Bruce Botnick to co-produce with the band. Along with the jazzy blues rock of the title track it features Love ...view item »


Slow Season
Supernaut / One way Or Another

Supernaut/One Way Or Another is a limited vinyl 7” from Slow Season and it also marks the release of their debut full-length. To relax after an album launch these blues-rockers have recorded a frantic Black Sabbath cover alongside an original song. Both tunes show their burnt-out take on 1...view item »


Slow Season
Slow Season

Slow Season’s self-titled debut is a scorching tribute to 1970s blues rock, with some references to their West Coast home thrown in for good measure. So, that means plenty of slide guitar solos, hoarse vocals and even some harmonica riffing. They record direct to reel to reel tape, which probably accounts for their tight d...view item »


Spacin'
Total Freedom

Spacin’ make a super loose, stripped-back rock ‘n roll and on Total Freedom they get even more minimal. The motorik drumming and angular guitar are clearly inspired by The Velvet Underground, but the band also bring a trippy southern groove that locks into extended jams. Out on CD an...view item »


Alan Vega, Alex Chilton, Ben Vaughn
Cubist Blues

Alex Chilton (Big Star), Alan Vega (Suicide) and Ben Vaughn (er, mostly solo) made only one album together, intensely improvising together. The result, Cubist Blues, is a darkly atmospheric trip, sounding not quite like anything else. Originally release...view item »


Summer Twins
Limbo

Summer Twins a two piece made up of two sisters. Their sound is all about half-imagined 1960’s summers in California: bouncy garage rock with harmonising pop vocals over the top. Good times music essentially. Limbo is the most developed their songs have sounded to date, without shedding the loose joy key that is k...view item »


The Fuzztones
Leave Your Mind At Home

They’re called The Fuzztones, it’s called Leave Your Mind at Home and that cover, with that font and that colour scheme - you just know how this one’s gonna sound. Having formed in 1980, The Fuzztones brought that whirling ‘60s paisley sound back into the musical scene. Expect lots of gar...view item »


Crippled Black Phoenix
New Dark Age Tour EP 2015 A.D

Got to appreciate the boldness of releasing a double LP of music and calling it an EP… But then this is the heavy, pro-leaning rock grandeur of Crippled Black Phoenix we are dealing with. New Dark Age Tour EP 2015 EP treats us to a good deal of original Phoenix material, plus a notable, 30+ minut...view item »


The Replacements
Let It Be

Let It Be was the third album by Minneapolis post-punk-punk band The Replacements and was originally released in 1984. The band were led by Paul Westerberg. Let It Be is one of the band’s best albums and is arguably the best album called Let It Be that’s ever been released....view item »


GØGGS
She Got Harder

GØGGS is yet another project involving that busy boy Ty Segall, this time working with Chris Shaw (and with some extra help from Mikal Cronin, needless to say). Debut single She Got Harder previews next year’s full-length with a gnarly, drum-machine-powered...view item »


Massenger
Peeling Out

Peeling Out is the new vinyl LP from Californian garage punk hoodlums Massenger.  This four-piece are hard and fast, but also have a knack for sweet surf-pop melodies and witty lyrics. Following up the dense guitar assault of their Banshee EP, this is groovy, teeth-gritted rock ‘n rol...view item »


Ty Segall
Emotional Mugger

Announced through the unusual approach of sending out in the post VHS tapes with the album dubbed on, Emotional Mugger is the latest work from the very busy Ty Segall. Seems it’s another 11 tracks of that delightful garage-pop sound, Ty leading from the front with high-pitched vocals and fuzzy gui...view item »


The Replacements
Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash

Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash was the first album by the Paul Westerberg-led band The Replacements and was released in 1981. The album includes the songs Something To Du, a tribute to fellow Minneapolis band, Husker Du and Johnny’s Gonna Die, a song that...view item »


The Rhubarb Triangle
67 Guilford Street (I Feel Alright) / She’s A Demon

The Rhubarb Triangle is a an area between three towns in West Yorkshire famous for producing rhubarb….or in this case they are an experimental acid punk band based in London who are highly rated by Shindig! magazine. 67 Guilford Street (I Feel Alright) / She’s A Demon is their new single. It was recorded to...view item »


CHVE / Nate Hall
Split

CHVE is the solo project of Colin H. Van Eeckhout, the frontman of Amenra. To accompany his recent voice and hurdy-gurdy triumph RASA, Consouling Sounds are reissuing his very first solo track, from 2012, when he was dabbling with minimalist folk. 7” vinyl, with a solo track from ...view item »


Baron
Torpor

Baron are a British rock group who cast their gaze back to an earlier age of rock music, where a fascination with myth and mysticism crept around the edges of a lot of bands. Torpor is all about old time, old places, magic: plus thick guitar riffs and organ vamps. Released on the Svart label on CD and LP....view item »


The Replacements
Stink

Stink is an EP by The Replacements which was released in 1982 in-between their first two albums. It is full of punk-ish ditties, mainly written by frontman Paul Westerberg, with punk-ish titles such as Fuck School and God Damn Job. At the start of the EP there is audio footage ...view item »


Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Human Obscene / Shake That Bat

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion continue their series of jukebox singles: yes indeed, 45’ speed 7” records with an extra-large centre-hole so that you can actually load it into any jukeboxes you might happen to own. Human Obscene / Shake That Bat is a particularly gnarly pair of fuzzy rock-out tracks, both e...view item »


Johnny Thunders
Critics’ Choice / So Alone

Critics Choice may well be the last recording Johnny Thunders made before his death. It was recorded in 1991 with The Chesterfield Kings as his backing band. This 10” also features So Alone, an early version of the Thunders classic which could be his first ever recording.This enigmatic re...view item »


Elvis Presley
My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin

Jack White goes deep into his favourites and influences with his latest release on his Third Man label. Elvis Presley himself. Not just any Elvis either, but the first recording the man ever made, in 1953. This reissue of My Happiness / That’s When Your Heartaches Begin is careful...view item »


Thunderbitch
Thunderbitch

Thunderbitch brings together members of Clear Plastic Masks and Fly Golden Eagle with the frontwoman of Alabama Shakes for a good old-fashioned Southern rock’n’roll thras...view item »


The Black Tambourines
Freedom

The Black Tambourines are another iteration of the lo-fi, DIY, garage-punk band: which, to be fair is always a band worth seeing. Freedom is their second full-length, and finds the group well-honed but certainly not cleaned-up: all the guitars (and even most of the vocals) remain plenty distorted. Freedom is re...view item »


Singapore Sling
Psych Fuck

Icelandic group Singapore Sling pin their flag quite firmly to the mask with this title and that sleeve art: Psych Fuck emblazed in giant capital letters. There’s more to this record than a garagey torrent however: the group have a great feel for dark, simmering, Suicide-esque vibes. Out on the Fu...view item »


The Arrogants
No Time To Wait

The Arrogants are a French group whose press release seems to position their choice to make garage / blues rock as a radical act. Hmmm, not sure about that. Fair play in following through on their interests though: great fun is clearly being had with No Time To Wait, the group’s debut full-length. Released by Dirt...view item »


Together Pangea
The Phage EP

Together Pangea have 6 new tracks for you to enjoy. The Phage EP has their indie-punk sound on top-form: the vocals have the correctly affected sneer, the riffs have the right distorted heft, and the production has the right quantity of reverb. Available as an LP, or a CD, or a cassette, courtesy of Burger Records....view item »


Paul Weller
Pick It Up

The Modfather, Paul Weller has yet again acheived great critical and commercial success with his 12th studio album Saturns Pattern. Pick it Up is the latest single to be taken from Saturns Pattern to coincide with his tour and is backed with the non-LP version of the track, Pick it Up Dub...view item »


The Wolfmanhattan Project
Smells Like You / You Are My Glue

The Wolfmanhattan Project are a merry band of old-time fuzz-punk rockers, newly formed from Bob Bert, Mick Collins and the legendary Kid Congo. Smells Like You / You Are My Glue is their first ever release, and has a fantastic tone to it, the three of them swagger-thras...view item »


Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds
Bruce Juice / El Cucuy

Kid Congo and his faithful band The Pink Monkey Birds are always worthy of your attention, and a new full-length due next year is something to get excited about. Help that excitement along with this new single, two exclusive tracks that won’t be on the album. Bruce Juice / El Cucuy is a radical ro...view item »


Otrovna Kristina
Otrovna Kristina

Otrovna Kristina are a Croatian hard-rock group, landing their debut full-length album on the Sulatron label after a digital self-release earlier in 2015. They certainly have the rock thing down, the Led Zeppelin-grade drums pounding out a bedrock for the riffs (and o...view item »


The Velvet Underground
Live At Max's Kansas City

Come along and hear The Velvet Underground performing live at their 1970 heroin-haze peak! Thanks to a fan with a cassette recorder, the band’s set Live At Max’s Kansas City was documented, containing many favourites. 5 tracks have been added for this remastered reissue on Rhino: single CD or double LP....view item »


The White Stripes
Elephant

The White Stripes I've never heard of but I've been assured that they're gonna be HUGE. As an 'Elephant' probably. Looks like these guys have jumped on the blues rock revival kick-started by Blues Hammer (as featured in Ghost Dog, Way of the Sword) Kickin' blues riffs to make all these young pre...view item »


Witchcraft
Nucleus

The old-school psychedelic rock produced by Witchcraft is pretty strong for a band originally just formed to cover Pentagram. 15 years in, Nucleus appears on Nuclear Blast (how neat), laden with riffs and wailing 1970’s guitar solos. Singer Magnus Pelander and his band have the se...view item »


Soledad Brothers
Human Race Blues

To accompany the reissue of their very earliest 1998 recordings, brand new music from the Soledad Brothers. The original three got together for a classically gnarly piece of blues rock: they’ve maintained their energy throughout their time away. Human Race Blues (no heavier blues than that eh?) is out on 7”,...view item »


Useless Eaters
Live in San Francisco

Useless Eaters’ entry into John Dwyer (Thee Oh Sees) Castle Face label’s ongoing series Live In San Francisco delivers exactly what you want from a live garage punk show. All the best tracks from the band’s catalogue, but with extra lashings of mess, energy and sweat. ...view item »


Jess and The Ancient Ones
Second Psychedelic Coming: The Aquarius Tapes

Jess and the Ancient Ones make a surf and metal-tinged psychedelic rock sound and mix it with themes of an occultish nature. The Second Psychedelic Coming: The Aquarius Tapes is the Finnish band’s second full-length album and follows on from 2011’s self-titled debut and 2013’s Astral Sabat EP....view item »


TRAAMS
Modern Dancing

The sound of TRAAMS is the sound of a few friends rollicking through some tuneful post-punk numbers. Modern Dancing cuts straight into action and doesn’t let up much over the course of eleven tracks. Pristinely produced by MJ of Hookworms, this second TRAAMS record is available as...view item »
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MFC Chicken
It’s... MFC Chicken Time!

MFC Chicken play an old school form of rock, the kind that only makes sense with “n’Roll” appended to it. It’s... MFC Chicken Time! is their cheerily-titled third album, full of “twistin’, stompin’ and shoutin’” tunes like ‘Bad News From The Clinic” and &...view item »


Wreckless Eric
amERICa

Wreckless Eric releases anew! The old Stiff punk recorded this first new material in a decade in and around his house in the USA, with amplifiers apparently squeezed into every corridor (a vision I rather enjoy). The scratchy attitude of his past mixes with typically American sounds and lyrical themes. amERICa (hmmm...)...view item »


Video
The Entertainers

Video describe their music as ‘Hate Wave’, which seems to constitute a rough-edged form of garage punk. The band features members of bands like Wiccans, Radioactivity and Bad Sports, and The Entertainers certainly has the sound of a group of musicians who kn...view item »


The Velvet Underground
Loaded: Reloaded 45th Anniversary Edition

A comprehensive reissue package of The Velvet Underground’s album Loaded, which has been Reloaded for its 45th anniversary. The record has been remastered in stereo and in mono, and two live shows from the time are also presented. And lots of demoes and rarities. And an audio DVD with different mixes. Tha...view item »


Video
New Immortals

Video describe their music as ‘Hate Wave’, which seems to be a rough-edged form of garage punk. The band includes members of bands like Wiccans, Radioactivity and Bad Sports, and 7” single New Immortals certainly has the sound of a group of musicians w...view item »


Promised Land Sound
For Use and Delight

A frazzled take on country rock from Nashville’s finest Promised Land Sound. For Use And Delight sounds like The Byrds playing Lynyrd Skynyrd covers backed by The Band. Chuck in a keen ear for the harmonies of the deep South and you’ve got yourself a mighty cocktail of vintage sounds. Out on CD and LP from P...view item »


Timmy's Organism
Heartless Heathen

Timmy’s Organism is a project fronted by Tim Lampinen, who has previously gotten pulses racing with bands like Clone Defects and Epileptix. This band’s debut album,  Heartless Heathen, is a breathless, full-speed trip down a garage punk highway: very go...view item »


Andrew Kidman
Litmus Original Soundtrack / Glass Love

Andrew Kidman is both filmmaker and musician, and this luscious box-set contains the soundtracks to two of his avant-surf films, Litmus and Glass. Kidman is represented under his own name and with his band The Val Dusty Experiment, with a few other artists like Galaxie ...view item »


The Fresh & Onlys
Early Years Anthology

A very valuable release here from The Fresh & Onlys, compiling together top-notch early material. The Early Years Anthology is bursting at the seams with Bay Area DIY garage-punk fun, and is released with the assistance of John Dwyer (Thee Oh Sees) on his very own Castle ...view item »
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Led Zeppelin
Mothership

The definitive Led Zeppelin compilation, Mothership gets treated to a remastered reissue supervised by Jimmy Page himself. The 4LP vinyl edition arrives contained in a deluxe archival 2-piece box including an oversized full-colour booklet. A delicious introduction or a fine collectors piece. Out on CD and vinyl LP box s...view item »


Soldiers of Fortune
Early Risers

Soldiers Of Fortune are not so much of a supergroup, more a super collective. They started as an anti-band doing the absolute opposite of what you’d expect a band to do - nothing. It was the brainchild of sometime Interpol bassist Brad Truax. Mike Bones joined in and got t...view item »


Paul Weller
Saturns Pattern

Saturns Pattern is Paul Weller’s eleventh solo studio album but his first for the Parlophone label. Weller describes the album as being different to everything else he’s done and different to all other music that currently exists. I’m sure fans of the Modfather will love it though, with a dose of the u...view item »


Blank Realm
Go Easy

From Australia but by the Pere Ubu-style noise quirk you may think that they’d emerged from an industrial US city, Cleveland or Detroit for example. On ‘Cleaning Up My Mess’ (a dirty job but someones got to do it) there is a mass of ...view item »


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