Welsh psychobilly pioneers Demented Are Go have their formative years compiled into one crazy, essential box.
Touted by Berry Gordy as a band that would outperform The Supremes, High Inergy’s debut album proved that Gordy’s assessment wasn’t unrealistic.
A new compilation of some of underrated indie-rockers Further highlights the best of the band’s single sides.
A 2-CD compilation of Thompson Twins’ best remixes and b-sides.
With the sudden interest in private-press New Age over the last year, many long-lost jewels have been extracted from obscurity and brought into a broader light. One such record is Recurring Dreams, […]
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys: Riding Your Way: The Lost Transcrpitions for Tiffany Music 1946-1947
The postwar development and proliferation of radio stations across the United States proved to be a boon for musicians; regional acts now had the ability to break from their geographic locations […]
The Hues Corporation, a Las Vegas-based R&B group, first came to prominence as the band in the film Blacula, which provided the band with the break they had been seeking, and […]
I recently wrote about the excellent and essential documentary, Jobriath AD, and was chuffed to learn that a collection of archival recordings was to be released. Entitled As The River Flows, this […]
Considering how well documented his life has been for the past fifty years, it’s still somewhat rare to get Sir Paul McCartney to sit down and talk about Wings and his […]
Walter Murphy was a young musical prodigy, making a name for himself as a talented preteen musician. His talent would lead him to a very brief gig on The Tonight Show, but […]