Available here"Whisper Mountain" b/w "Everything's Gone Grey" is the latest release from self-proclaimed trash poet, novelist and songwriter John Wesley Coleman.John Wesley Coleman is a member of Austin's The Golden Boys. Coleman gained underground recognition for his incredible solo debut LP, Steal My Mind (2009). The record was a lo-fi gem—reminiscent of Lou Reed's solo albums,…See More
We are proud to announce our newest release and first LP -- Monsieur Jeffrey Evans and his C.C. Riders!C.C. Riders were: Monsieur Jeffrey Evans (vocals, guitar), James Arthur (guitar), Jay Reatard (guitar) and Alicja Trout (drums). The band was something of a Memphis super group. Jeffrey Evans had formerly fronted the Gibson Bros. and was winding down '68 Comeback when C.C. Riders formed in 2000. James Arthur, who had recently moved to Memphis from Los Angeles, was an ex-member of Fireworks and…See More
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Got three new titles in from Kapow! Records. All great Los Angeles bands:ALMIGHTY DO ME A FAVOR "Won't Be None/Redbird" $5.50THE RED ONIONS "I Want Your Love" $5.50ROLLING BLACKOUTS "Add Vice/I Don't…"
Spacecase RecordsGarage punk mailorder and record label out of Los Angeles, CA carrying domestic and imported titles. firstname.lastname@example.org All available titles: 7"s:ALICJA-POP "I Play the Fool/Water Death" $5.50ALICJA-POP "Shining Apple/Walking The Cow" $5.50ARTHUR, JAMES "MannTT" $7.50BAD DUDES "Rollo Takes a Walk/King Kong" $5.00BLACK SUNDAY "Can't Keep My Hands Off You/Lights" $5.50BLACK SUNDAY "Cut Out!" $5.50BROKE…See More
We are proud to announce our first release... Electric BloodSingle 2011 Electric Blood was Robert Scott's (The Clean and The Bats) first band. Formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1977, the group revolved around Mr. Scott and his brother Andrew. According to Robert, Electric Blood was a couple of musicians (Robert and Andrew) “playing along with a few guys who were living up the road; they were sort of non-musicians. It was a band that really evolved around me learning how to write songs and…See More
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
The Screamers, Alley Cats, 13th Floor Elevators, Velvet Underground, The Clash, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Mickey & Sylvia, King Khan & BBQ, Reigning Sound, Gene Clark, Bo Diddley, Modern Lovers, Jerry Lee Lewis
Blood of a Poet, Weekend, Masculin Femenin, Eraserhead, The Tin Drum, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, A Woman is a Woman, Dawn of the Dead
Combo organs, libraries
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"Jymn , There may be an element of truth to that , in that , yes , the other two were availabe in America , but , only as imports , of course. It does'nt make sense to say "Future" is available everywhere but North America…"
"I've read a few comments on the infamous Steve Hoffman forum, talking more about the music than the quality of the release. One review was from someone who bought it in LA. So it seems that it is released. What confuses me John, is that the Ace…"
"Jymn , I'm pretty much certain it has'nt come out , yet. The first two were'nt released simultaneously , and they're probably giving the public some time , first , to get caught up with them. Of the total of TWO stores in Chicago…"
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