A fine, unique three-part twenty minute suite of calming and haunting instrumental music from Iceland’s master musicians.
A funky take on a classic hippie anthem from one of the queens of modern soul. Enjoy!
Yes, you read correctly. Yes, it’s the Outkast song. Just check it out, why don’t ya? You won’t be sorry!
The first official song to appear after the sudden, tragic death of Elliott Smith, it’s perhaps his darkest, most moving composition.
A fine, sublime example of the greatness that is Mark Eitzel.
An excellent three-way split EP, offering several of the label’s best bands presenting some of their best work.
Swedish punk-rockers go insane in the studio, and you get to listen in!
The Family Jams captures Devendra Banhart and Joanna Newsom in the days shortly before both became internationally known, as they tour America in 2004.
A promising four-song EP that would serve to be this New Jersey band’s sole release.
In 2004, On-again/off-again Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante took on an ambitious project: to release six records in one year’s time. Almost all of them were solo affairs, with Frusciante showing off his songwriting skills and instrumental acumen. Surprisingly, all of those releases are high-quality, no-filler records. The best of the lot… Read More ›