In death, Elvis Presley lives on. This informative book examines Presley’s postmortem career, as well as gives an overview of the social and spiritual aspects that exist within the context of his career.
Thirty years after Sonic Youth’s sessions that produced the soundtrack to the film Made In USA, an all-instrumental album of outtakes and rehearsals appears, and instead of being a bottom-scraping exercise, Spinhead Sessions proves to e a fascinating collection of compelling and engaging instrumental music.
German musician Peter Schilling will forever be known for his Bowie-referencing hit “Major Tom (Coming Home),” and this expanded reissue of his debut album shows that he was willing to do what it took to break into the English-speaking market.
In honor of The King, we take a listen to a handful of obscure gems from the final decade of his life.
This stripped-down, slightly psychedelic record was a collaboration between members of Seaweed and Screaming Trees.
We sit down with the delightful Kim Shattuck to discuss the making of The Muffs’ seminal sophomore album, Blonder & Blonder.
This EP, initially released in 1999 in super-limited numbers in Japan, served as a rare balm for Modest Mouse fans worried that their signing to Epic Records would change them, offering early versions of songs from their 2000 major label debut, The Moon & Antarctica.
The exotic and unique Dame Darcy created a wonderfully bizarre world within her graphic series Meat Cake; this lavish book collects the entirety of the series, and still astonishes and confounds.
This three-disc set compiles a trilogy of spoken word albums and a heady collaboration between poet Rod McKuen and arranger Anita Kerr.
We sit down with filmmaker Peter Sillen to discuss I Am Secretly An Important Man, his captivating and important documentary on controversial artist Steven Jesse Bernstein.