• 01. Uh Uh
    02. Standing The Night


    Uh Uh / Standing The Night

    [engl] It’s been quiet for some time for MISS CHAIN ND THE BROKEN HEELS, the extensive touring after their second album (The Dawn, released by Burger, Bachelor and Tre Accordi), band members went their own way to persue solo careers, starting a booking agency, buidling a studio, and just taking a breath, italian style. After few months things started to get together again, they did some shows in the spring of 2016 and baboom: Here is their new classic two song single, fresh and new, as if there hasnt been some kind of hiatus. You can easily hear it exactly 1 second after you let the needle drop on the Side A track, after few chords Miss Chain and the gang ooozes a warm feeling into your head and heart! Hell, they are back, with all the goodtime melodies enriched with their typical melancholy vibe. While the first track is a classic uptempo powerpop tune, the flipside presents a slower hipshaker, and although the velocity has been taken out this one is still a fine, mellow mood maker that leaves you hungry for more!
  • 01. A morning session of Q & no A
    02. Cornwall August 2012
    03. I do not understand lakes
    04. Tides / happiness / excess
    05. Afternoon today


    Check Out

    [engl] CHECK OUT is designed as a collection of readymade exhibition sounds and images, published as a hardcover fine-art photobook and marketed (also) as a LP record. It includes one hand numbered 10” vinyl from a limited edition pressing of 500 copies, whose tracks have been composed for / executed with a single guitar and recorded in one take during night, in the corridors of a school in Nowa Huta (Krakow, PL). CHECK OUT is divided into sections (chapters / tracks) and has three main granularities, i.e. excess, exposure, and death. Excess as an event of exceedance that stretches time and sight. Exposure like in Latin’s ex·ponere, “to pose oneself out”, implicitly meaning interruption, abandon. Death: “Amen, CHECK OUT”. It is possible to die of exposure, i.e. dying of not being in the own Place of Nature…
    10" + Book
    EAN 3481574729783
  • 01. Antitaxi
    02. Amour Dans Le Motu
    03. Packshot
    04. La Femme
    05. Hypsoline
    06. Saisis La Corde
    07. Le Blues De Françoise
    08. T's Time To Wake Up 2023
    09. Nous Étions Deux
    10. La Femme Ressort
    11. Si Un Jour
    12. From Tchernobyl With Love
    13. Sur La Planche 2013
    14. Welcome America


    Psycho Tropical Berlin

    [engl] La femme is a conundrum. A resounding expression. An episodic band with various faces. La Femme shows up and it’s all of her grimy spleen that stains the city’s grey pavement, in a synthetic rain beamed by livid burstings. La femme was born during the X years in Biarritz, when Sasha and Marlon started composing on their guitars music they recorded on Garage Band. Together they ride surfboards, pianos and synthetiseur as they gave a try to various styles, from 60s yéyé French pop to Californian surf music. Marlon moved to Paris, and there he met Sam, who played bass. Together they formed SOS Mademoiselle along with Olivier Peynot, and played vintage French rock, as Sasha was practising his scales in reverb feed surf band « Les redoutables! » After getting his grade, Sasha joined his friends in Paris, where they discovered French cold wave and synth pop, Marie & Les Garcons being one of their favourite. They polished a style that could be described as one of these following : Surf wave, Bizarre wave, strange wave, weird witch wave, silly mental wave or Psycho tropical Berlin ». In fact anything you want as long as it ends with « wave ». And the boys created LA FEMME. La Femme has no frontier, neither in her style nor in her voice. She’s always on a quest for new sounds, images and sensations. Joined in 2010 by drummer Noé and female singer Clémence, La femme formed its first live roster in few days after French rider and artist Pandora Decoster asks them to play on stage for a big surf contest in Biarritz. From her hazy and changing background, La femme takes shape and release that same year its first anthem « Sur la Planche », a song that was made to be hummed and whistled while ridding a board. La femme uncovers, boys, girls, plenty of option, a bit of mystery, loads of energy. Later she released her second EP, Paris 2012. In the music video she produced for this song, she blows down the effeil tower as a symbol, it’s time to go ans see something else. After swilling Paris bars, La femme goes for a tour in USA, en mode journey, and come back in France with improved reputation where they play for various festival. Soon joined by fancy rhythm drummer Nunez Ritter Von Merguez aka « La Sauterelle » and gorgeous singer Clara Luciani, La femme takes for a ride around Europe : from beyond the grave to Berlin, by London, Bruxelles and Roubaix. Cryptic and Mysterious, La femme is in perpetual motion and the band, based around full time and up-to-date boys (Sasha, Marlon, Sam), invites over the course of its wish and needs in studio a whole cast of female singer : Clémence, Clara, Marilu, Jeanne… Sooner this year, La femme released a self titled EP, that went by along with a 11 minutes long psychedelic music video, an epic and baroque short film for tracks « La femme, Hypsoline », preceding the release of her first album in April : « Psycho Tropical Berlin »: It’s the story of a couple who slipped chaos and survives by watching each other. Le Danger est partout - Peril is all around as written in the booklet. Rock and pop, rococo bahaus, fed from multiples influences (Krafwerk, Elli & Jacno) La Femme just want to please you. Generous and welcoming, she stretches you her white hand in the dark, if you grasp it, it could be the shiver of you life.
    EAN 3521381523522
  • 01. The Blue Birds - Khari Neem Ke Nickey
    02. Nisar Bazmi Izhar Bhi Mushkil Hai
    03. The Fore Thoughts - Borasha
    04. Jozi Anjum - Dance Music (Nishani)
    05. The Panthers - Darbari
    06. Sohail Rana & The Five Caps - Coctail Music (Rootha Na Karo)
    07. Khalil Ahmed - Dance Music (Saya)
    08. Mohd. Yousuf & S.M. Ayub - Dancing Time
    09. Nisar Bazmi - Bete Dinon Ki Yadon
    10. The Silhouettes - Pashto Pangra
    11. M. Ashraf - Dance Music (Ankhon Ankhon Men)
    12. Sohail Rana - The Ludee Twist
    13. The Blue Birds - Marriage Folk Dopatta
    14. Tafo Brothers - Tarasta Hal Yeh Dil (Arzoo)


    More Early Pakistani Dance Music

    zweiter Teil dieses überaus guten Reihe.
    LP lim
  • 01. Experimento (Experiment)
    02. Recuerdos De Un Amigo Ruso (Memories Of A Russian Friend)
    03. Reflexiones Heladas (Icy Reflexions)
    04. Onda Suave (Mild Wave)
    05. Primavera Amarilla (Yellow Spring)
    06. Arrivederci
    07. Jodi-Ritmo (Jodi Rytmus)
    08. Imagen En Rojo (Red Image)
    09. Sueño De La Catedral (Cathedral Dream)
    10. Fantasmas Del Sonido (Sound Fantasm)
    11. Canción Cariñosa (Loving Song)
    12. Espíritu Fosforecente (Glowing Spirit)


    Pops De Vanguardia

    [engl] The best lo-fi garage album from South America? Ahead of its time raw & homemade Sixties garage, jangly pop and basement psych sounds from Paraguay! Originally released in 1971 as a private pressing, “Pops de Vanguardia” by JODI contains tracks mostly written and recorded in 1969 (with some dating back to 1966) by brothers Joern and Dirk Wenger at their homemade “Jodi Experimental Studio” in Paraguay. Joern and Dirk, born in Paraguay but of German origin, started playing in beat / psychedelic band The Rabbits, who released a very rare EP in 1969. After the group split, Joern and Dirk travelled to Germany, were they studied arts and received musical lessons from none other than Stockhausen. The two brothers had built their own homemade studio and they spent hours and hours recording songs and experimenting to create their own sound effects (echo, reverb, etc). They called their music “Spontaneous Pop”. “Pops De Vanguardia” was recorded at their own rudimentary studio with two tape recorders. Joern plays guitar, organ and he was the lead vocalist, while Dirk plays drums and percussions. From ultra-catchy garage-pop to killer instrumental Farfisa numbers and proto-psychedelic sounds. JODI could be seen as precursors of the indie-pop and lo-fi garage which would appear some decades later.
    EAN 4040824086695
    EAN 4040824086701
  • 01. Soft Soul Transition
    02. Put Love First
    03. Don't Turn On Me
    04. Brother Wind
    05. Gotta Move Along
    06. It's Love
    07. I'm A Believer
    08. She Came Back
    09. I'm Coming Home
    10. Move It On Down
    11. Happy With You Girl
    12. Lights Of Freedom
    13. Goodbye Sunshine (Bonus Track)



    [engl] Breezy Sunshine-Pop / Soft-Rock / Psych-Pop from California, 1970, featuring Peter Clark a.k.a Chet DeMilo. Crystal clear recording, awesome vocal harmonies, superb musicianship, bossa & blue-eyed-soul-jazz touches,folk-rock moves… In 1969 Chet Demilo was appearing at Donkin's Inn, Marina Del Rey, where he met Arnie Marcus and Ray Hames, who together were to become part of an incredible slice of history. Donkin's became the hottest and most famous destination in Southern California for the next seven years, and Chet was the magnet that started the new singles scene in Los Angeles with Marina Del Rey as ground zero. Arnie sat in on bongos with Chet from time to time, and Ray, who was managing an apartment complex that housed 200 flight attendants, just happened to have a unit available!! Chet moved in, and he and Ray started working on songs together. Chet suggested forming a vocal group with Arnie and SST was born. For three months they practiced the intricate vocal harmonies and in early 1970 cut the album, "Soft Soul Transition". A thousand records were pressed, and an album release party was held at Donkins where SST gave their one and only performance that night! There was interest in the project at Burt Bacharach's Blue Seas Music, but it was not to be and SST faded away...until more than 20 years later when the SST album was discovered by a new generation of DJs and collectors looking for cool and groovy sounds from the 60s-70s.
    EAN 4040824086725
  • 01. A Dream (1967)
    02. A Plea For Peace (1968)
    03. Blowin’ My Mind Over You (1967)
    04. Freeways Of Love (1967)
    05. I Don’t Care What You Do Any More (1967)
    06. Love’s Only Sleeping (1967)
    07. Morning (1968)
    08. Shell Of A Man (1967)
    09. You’re Not There (1967)
    10. Soul Diggers (1968)
    11. There’s Got To Be A Reason (1967)
    12. Summertime Changes (1967)


    Peanut Butter Conspiracy Theories–Lost Songs 67–68

    [engl] Previously unreleased recordings by Peanut Butter Conspiracy’s mainman Alan Lee Brackett, mostly written and recorded in 1967, when PBC were at their fame peak. Here, Alan explores a number of different styles, encompassing fuzzed out garage numbers, sunshine pop, folk rock and full blown psychedelia. Including ahead of its time garage–psychedelic DIY homemade recordings on which Alan plays all instruments by himself plus pro–sounding studio cuts. Featuring collaborations with songwriter Knox Henderson of Mouse and the Traps fame.
  • 01. It’s What You’ve Got
    02. There Is Nothing I Can Do For You
    03. I’m A Gambler
    04. Harry The Earwig
    05. Do I Still Figure In Your Life
    06. Uptight Basil
    07. Taking The Heart Out Of Love
    08. On A Time Said Sylvie
    09. A Good Song
    10. It’s The Way
    11. Go Away
    12. Arise Sir Henry


    Into Your Ears

    [engl] Originally issued in 1971 by Nepentha Records – presided over by Kinks/Troggs manager Larry Page – Into Your Ears is the sole full–length offering from Honeybus founder member Pete Dello (assisted by a coterie of close friends).The album is a wonderful, timeless work of incisive, plaintive folk–pop balladry and buoyant, idiosyncratic creations, led along by Dello’s honeyed voice (which eases effortlessly into falsetto) and expertly executed arrangements featuring minor orchestrations. Into Your Ears represents the zenith of Dello’s songwriting, comprised primarily of tunes written specifically for this project (supplemented by a few tracks intended for Honeybus which were re–cut for the occasion). The songwriting reflects a jovial playfulness, but also feelings of intense lovelorn longing, hope, wistfulness and moments that could serve as a great soundtrack to a break–up (with the brightness of delivery never making them ache with depression). Everything on Into Your Ears comes from personal life experiences, even if twisted through a unique prism, with the deep emotions, whimsical moments and orchestration that never clutters the arrangements all achieving perfect balance. But, above all, the songs resonate with a pure dedication to "pop" and beckon you to listen in repetition, until they’re at one with your very existence. There’s something present, timeless and at times nearly indescribable about this very special set of songs that can’t be pinpointed by simple equation. Widely regarded by Honeybus fans, ’60s–’70s collectors and anyone who’s happened into its beatific orbit, Into Your Ears is a lost classic deserving of further exposure. RIYL: Ray Brooks, Duncan Browne, John Cale’s Paris 1919, Ray Davies (The Kinks), Bill Fay, Nick Garrie, the early careers of Ralph McTell and Clifford T. Ward, etc.
  • 01. Çingeneler Masa Yapar Satarlar
    02. Çadirimin Üstüne Sip dedi + Mastika
    03. Silifkenin Yogurdu
    04. Break Döktürü
    05. Adanali Funk
    06. Kadifeden Kesesi
    07. Findik Dallari
    08. Azize
    09. Misket "Farfara"
    10. Aman Yavrum Nazlanma
    11. Konyali
    12. Kasap Havasi


    Anatolian Break Dance

    [engl] Turkish ancient melodies get an 80s electro–funk treatment on this obscure album, originally released on the Diskotür label in 1985. Probably the work of an "ad–hoc" studio band (nothing is known about the musicians), this is a delirious mix of exotic melodies and lots of analog synths, cheap Atari–styled electronic effects, distorted guitar and 80s beatboxes.
  • 01. Powersolo - Big Butt Bonnie
    02.The Courettes -Hoodoo Hop



    EAN 4260016921522
  • 01. Baby You're My Drug
    02. Dig My Hair
    03. I Can't Stop
    04. Not Enough
    05. I Don't Want You Anymore
    06. Bongo Fuzz
    07. Happy People Make Me Sick
    08. Nothing, You Coward
    09. Voodoo Rhythm
    10. Too Pretty To Be Loved
    11. You Will Die
    12. Let Me Spend The Night With Your Wife



    Nach 30 Jahren im musikalischen Zerstören gutbürgerlicher Werte sind The Monsters nach Toulouse gefahren, um in einen stinkigen, modrigen Übungsraum zusammen mit »LoLo Spider« von »Destination Lonely« ihr Album »M« (nach dem gleichnamigen Film von Fritz Lang aus dem Jahre 1931) einzuspielen. Üblicherweise knallen sie wieder eine Fuzz Nummer nach der nächsten raus!
    LP + CD
  • 01. THE ASTRAL ARMY - Interstellar Shortwave
    02. SPIRULINA - The Message
    03. CHRONOS – Schaudernacht
    04. NEIL ANDERSEN - Feuerwerk
    05. BAAL - No God / Astaroth
    06. TEN TO ZEN - Innerst
    07. FUERROTE - Ganz Wie Du Willst


    Cologne Curiosities - 'Unknown Deutschland - The Krautrock Archive 1972-1976'

    [engl] 'Cologne Curiosities' collects, for the first time on vinyl, all the otherwise unpublished/un-reissued material that firstly appeared on the three "Unknown Deutschland - The Krautrock Archive" CDs released on Virgin during 1996. These CD only releases were originally compiled by Trevor Manwaring (Paratactile, Impetus, Virgin, Harmonia Mundi) from tapes supplied to him by Toby Robinson. Toby - aka The Mad Twiddler, aka Genius P. Orridge - is well-known to Krautrock collectors as one of a number of engineers working at Stockhausen’s WDR and Dierks Studio in Cologne in the mid-1970's, where he assisted on recordings by many famous Kraut bands such as Can, Birth Control, Mythos or Dzyan. The recordings included here were made between 1972 and 1976 using studios in and around Cologne, produced by Toby Robinson for his own amusement, just having fun on the studio. Bands would come in for practice sessions, to record demo's, and during slack periods impromptu jams would happen. Most of these sessions were recorded by Toby, and they feature Toby himself plus a revolving cast of friends and musicians (some of them apparently big Kraut names under pseudonym). Including lost-in-time bands / studio projects like Astral Army, Fuerrote, Spirulina and Baal among others, the music here ranges from killer proto-New Wave Kraut psych to wild space rock, proto-ambient electronic, dark psychedelia and raw Kosmische sounds with lot of analog synths / Moog. It was during that time in Cologne, that Toby, along with Fluxus artist Robin Page, gave birth to the mysterious and controversial Pyramid label, for which these tracks were originally made for.
    EAN 4040824086350
    EAN 4040824086367
  • 1.
    01. Dreams Laws rights and Duties
    02. Just wanna hide
    03. Excess
    04. Empires of Shame
    05. Arrows of Arrogance
    06. Mother Earth in Rags
    07. Cause you ran away
    08. Even with the Pills
    09. Minimal Wife
    10. No Place


    Empires of shame

    [engl] Introducing them for the umpteenth time would be disrespectful. But reminding everyone of why they’re essential can’t hurt. They’re closely intertwined with Born Bad’s rise to fame, being their first ever release, they’re seen as the caring big brothers of the French indie scene. Their pathway in itself is symbolic: hailing from the garage closed circuit from the 90s, they gave up the tattoos and brilliantine rock to try something different –at the crossroads of punk and cold wave, of Métal Urbain, Killing Joke and Joy Division, while we were all rediscovering France’s synth-wave heritage with theBIPPP and Des Jeunes gens mödernes compilations. And five fellows not particularly renowned for their technical skills found themselves invested with a peculiar grace, becoming avant-gardist just as they were entering their forties, and showing the way to a whole generation of bands that suddenly became aware that it was possible, even here, in our star-crossed France. Critical acclaim, high sells, delighted crowd: the rest is history. Ever since, nostalgia has kind of lost its appeal. We grew fed up of reading in the rock museum press that nothing valuable had been recorded since 1967, and we figured out that all things considered, we probably had better things to do than picking the patterns on our wallpapers or our Italian ties. It was time to get back into the pit, not looking back, and getting numb on something that is ours. The excitement of listening to the latest garage hit boys has well faded (the next band trying to emulate Thee Oh See’s repertory can already consider itself dismissed), but it is intact when it comes to lend an ear to Empire of Shames, the third album by Frustration. It is “only” their third album in over 15 years of existence, the defining sign of bands that don’t ride any wave but would rather dig their very own hole in the wall of legends, and hang there their plaque of best craftsmen in the industry. They crushed mountain chains on Relax (2008), uncovered new continents and rainforests withUncivilised (2012), so it’s only logical they now project to terraform Mars planet with this album that celebrates their return to a cold hostility that echoes the one of punks going by the name of a Polish capital city. “Dreams, Law, Rights and Duties”, “Just Wanna Hide” and “Excess” are punches in the knees as signs of welcome from Fabrice, whose voice wanders from a Curtis-like spleen to a cockney spit. If “Arrows Of Love” sounds like the album’s break, this mesmerising Smiths-like ballad that turns into a proletarian anthem is one of the peak in the album. “Mother Earth in Rags” will undoubtedly be a hit, given its harangue as baroque and dramatic as a speech from Lenin you would hear in an opera about communism; “Cause You Runaway” shows that our lads have also listened to James Murphy; and “No Place” (a last minute addition) is a synth-punk-noise gem that will generate one hell of a pogo at the end of their next concert. Frustration is now this fully grown-up lion that has no intention of ending up as a bedside rug. The grouches that you only hear when the press hands them a megaphone, and that would be disarmed if their MacBook were taken away from them are still talking about the good old days. The king of the jungle is back to restore its order, reminding tourists that coming here as a casual observer is not an option, because this is no ordinary regional park. The great history of rock can take a hike because our softened nerves are yearning to be tense one last time, our voices get lost, and we want more of those poor attempts at stagediving if only we can see Frustration one more electrify a crowd like they did at the latest Villette Sonique, with their social-class comrades of Sleaford Mods. And this, is the only reason why we agree to give in to music, this intrusive thing that never asks for our advice. The rest is just a background noise of conceited babbling saturating the feed of our souls. Bollocks, basically.
    EAN 3521381539141
    EAN 3521383439135
  • 01. Secret Body Nation
    02. Swim
    03. Sid
    04. Fortunate Sleepers
    05. 43goes79goes43
    06. Midsummer Heat
    07. Dead Match Figure
    08. Idiots And Slavery
    09. The Wicked Art To Fake It Easy
    10. Conk Out


    Locust Valley

    "Hella Comet legen auf Locust Valley die Langzeit-Trips von Shoegazing und Postrock vorerst zu den Akten. Man spielt mit Klangreizen und deren Abstraktion, mitten im Spannungsfeld von Sinnlichkeit und Geist, von songbasiertem Ausdruck und Sounderfahrung des Experiments. Es ist wieder erlaubt, zur Kurzform, zum Song, zum Rocksong zuruückzukehren."
    LP + CD
    EAN 9006472029922
  • 01. Aeronaut
    02. Mockingbird
    03. Deus Ex Herba
    04. Elsewhere
    05. Below



    Grenzen gab und gibt es im Sound der Kärntner sowieso keine, Großartigkeiten zaubern sie auch noch genügend hervor, einfach herrlich zum Beispiel wie die Jungs im Titeltrack nur mit Gitarrensounds eine Art Singstimme intonieren und den Hörer beim relaxten „Zuhören“ gewaltig aufs Glatteis führen. Auch der Vibe und Aufbau des Albums fasziniert, es beginnt, leise, ganz leise, das kurze „Mockingbird“ ist Akustik-Gitarrenkunst in Reinkultur und je länger „Elsewhere“ dauert, desto mehr nimmt der Härtegrad zu. „Below“ donnert – bei aller Verspieltheit - dann schon in Ansätzen mächtig böse und mit immensem Sludge-Appeal aus den Boxen, währenddessen „Deus Ex Herba“ dann schon richtig wild und ekstatisch explodieren darf. Download inkl., Siebdruckcover, 143 Stück
    LP lim
  • 01. Sphynx
    02. Le vide est ton nouveau prénom
    03. Ou va le monde
    04. Septembre
    05. Tatiana
    06. Conversations nocturnes
    07. S.S.D
    08. Exorciseur
    09. Elle ne t'aime pas
    10. Mycose
    11. Tueur de fleurs
    12. Al Warda
    13. Psyzook
    14. Le chemin
    15. Vagues
    16. Always in the sun



    pre-order möglich! La Femme aus Paris sind eine der angesagtesten französischen Bands. Ihr retro-futuristischer Crossover-Sound aus french cold wave, psycho wave, good vibes, fun, stereolabesquem Indie-Synth-Pop und 60?s sounds umschifft geschickt alle Genre-Schubladen und wirbelt spielerisch Erwartungshaltungen durch die Luft. "Mystere" ist ein Schmelztiegel hypnotischer Stimmungen mit etwas mehr Psych-Pop und etwas weniger Punk-Rock als sein Vorgänger. Aber der Style und Sound bleibt typisch La Femme.
    EAN 3521381539325
  • 01. Born On A Saturday Night
    02. Steve Don't Party No More
    03. Rats Roaches And Jeans
    04. Party Animal
    05. No Brainer
    06. Outta Smokes
    07. Case Race
    08. Slime Time
    09. Total Creep
    10. Throwin Stones
    11. Space Trash
    12. 2 Much Cocaine
    13. Lets Pogo B4 U Gogo


    are you serious?

    Jeans Wilder, Billy Jeans und Jean Jeans oder besser bekannt als die Mean Jeans mit fulminantem, neuen Longplayer! Die drei kommen aus der DC-Area, wohnen mittlerweile in Portland, was dann auch schon der erste Hinweis auf die Musikalischen Vorbilder gibt, die wir in der Platte durchhören können. Angry Samoans und Wipers klingen immer wieder durch. Der Haupteinfluss kommt aber unüberhörbar von den unsterblichen Ramones. Kaum aufgelegt kann man sich vor lauter Catchyness der genialen Punknummern kaum noch auf den Stühlen halten. Aber warum auch? Bier raus, Fluppe an, Girl geschnappt und Party on!
  • 01. Ready 2 Rip
    02. Life On Mars
    03. Hangin' Tuff
    04. Crummy Crummy
    05. Come Toobin'
    06. Total Yo-Yo
    07. School Lunch Victim
    08. Anybody Out There?
    09. Nite Of The Creeps
    10. I'm A Pile
    11. Don't Stop Partying
    12. Forever In Mean Jeans
    13. 2 Twisted 2 Luv U


    on mars

    Und was würde man anderes erwarten als dass die Party weiter geht? Richtig: nichts! Auch die neue Scheiblette ist vollgestopft mit großartigen, nerdigen Partyhits die gerade rechtzeitig zum wärmer werdenden Wetter kommen. Diesmal erschüttern die Jungs uns außerdem durch den gelegentlichen Einsatz von Akustik-Gitarre, Keyboards, Drum-Machines, leeren Jägermeisterflaschen und Makkaronidosen die als Percussion missbraucht werden! Aber keine Sorge, wer jetzt befürchtet eine 80er Jahre Pop-Platte vor sich zu haben liegt selbstredend völlig daneben! Die neuen Werkzeuge werden im Prinzip nur benutzt um die gute Laune zu untermalen und noch partytauglichere Schmunzelmomente zu erzeugen! Ohne Shice: Tolle Platte mit neuem Basser (Jr. Jeans), denn Howie Doodat macht Portland zur Zeit mit den Suicide Notes unsicher.
  • 01. Lawrence Walker - Ossun Two-Step
    02. Little Yvon LeBlanc - Mama Rosin
    03. Amede Breaux - Criminal Waltz
    04. Cheese Read - Fiddle Stomp
    05. Breaux Freres - Le Blues du Petit Chien
    06. Dennis McGee - Vous M'Avez Donne Votre Parole
    07. Jimmy Peters & The Ring Dance Singers - J´ai Fait Tout Le Tour Du Pays
    08. Georges Alberts - You Havin' A Good Time
    09. Bebe & Eraste Carriere - Blue Runner
    10. Milton - Mama Do Right
    11. Rockin' Dopsie - Doin' The Zydeco
    12. Canray Fontenot - Canray's One Step
    13. Freeman Fontenot - Le Two Step À Jules


    Hypnotic Cajun & Obscure Zydeco 2

    Volume 2 voll mit obskuren Songs.
    EAN 2090504111645
  • 01. guilhotina
    02. rock das caveiras
    03. sempre em pé
    04. mesa do pirata
    05. crimes sexuais
    06. cagativo
    07. blue
    08. vida minha
    09. rixa
    10. pernas
    11. elvis
    12. cadillac eldorado
    13. lobisomen
    14. ron ron o gato
    15. one of these days
    16. loui loui



    [engl] They played rock’n’roll like nobody else in Portugal during the middle 80’s. Played all around in the country, mixing blues, rockabilly and punk rock. For 3 years they planted the seeds of what would come next, influencing tons of other bands and musicians around, and left a long legacy till today. Formed in 1985 in Lisbon they start their wild and primitive rock’n’roll adventure in 1986 with the complete formation, making a legion of fans all around Portugal. In this LP we collected all the studio recordings, released only in a limited tape edition in 86, and some live recordings also. Dont matter if you like rock n roll, indie, punk, rap, hip-hop, soul or some other shitty kind of music, you will die to have a copy of this gemm, you gonna dance after midnight with the werewolves!!!!
  • 01. cinco anos
    02. pedaços
    03. mister funk
    04. flaca louca
    05. black soul brother
    06. lua cheia
    07. pode se queimar
    08. fábrica de papéis


    Black Soul Brother

    [engl] For the first time reissued, with the great contribution of Miguel de Deus's family in São Paulo, that suplied the amazing collection of photos for the 4 pages inner, inside the LP. This limited edition is a highly collectable for fans of brazilian soul, groove and psychedelia. It's our contribution to pay respect to one of the most important brazilian musicians of the late 60's and early 70's. Main brain of bands like OS BRAZÕES and ASSIM ASSADO, he let us a amazing legacy for new generations. This is a small, but more than deserved homage to him, finally. Miguel de Deus was the protagonist of this amazing Afro-Funk movement, together with a group of “heavy” musicians, as they were called in those days of consolidation of a strong Black Power scene, mainly composed of black youth from the outskirts of the suburbs of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, where the movement took the name of Black Rio. Its raw Rock-Funk-Psychedelic-Tropicalia
  • 01. It Happened
    02. It’s A Long Time ’Til The End
    03. Echo
    04. I Have Got That Feelin’
    05. You Don’t Seem To Understand
    06. Without Your Love
    07. More Than Me
    08. What Good Is Your Love
    09. This Is The End
    10. The Last Remains Of Our Love
    11. You Were There
    12. All That’s Left
    13. Yours Is The Life
    14. How Many Tears Must I Cry
    15. I Want You
    16. The Girl Tomorrow Killed
    17. The Fairy Princess
    18. The Children


    It Happened

    [engl] 1966–67 garage anthems, jangly folk–rock and baroque pop courtesy of prolific songwriter Paul Myerberg aka Paul Martin. "There a new man in town ? Martin!" So began the liner notes from the picture sleeve of his second 45 record in 1967. Actually, Paul Martin started life as Paul Myerberg. Growing up in Manhattan, Paul was influenced by the exciting music of the day, like the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan. In the mid–Sixties Paul started writing and recording some impressive demos which ran the gamut from garage–punk, to jangly folk–rock, soul–pop and baroque, orchestrated pop. Many of these were cut on 4–track tape at Tower Sound Studios in midtown Manhattan with the help and guidance of the skilled jazz musician, Frank Owens. While at Tower, Paul met Herb Ostrow who released Paul’s first single on the IMPEX label out of Philadelphia. "It Happened", a terrific garage number, came out in the spring of 1966. The following year, Paul released a second 45 on his own Rodin label, "The Last Remains of our Love" (another impressive, passionate garage gem), backed with "The Fairy Princess" (a dreamy pop–psych track). Almost 30 years later Paul’s first album was released on the Distortions Records label, compiling tracks from his two sought–after singles plus studio demos and acetates. For many people, this was the first introduction to the music of Paul Martin, the man with a Brill Building inside his head. Now, we present a revamped version of that compilation, featuring new artwork, newly remastered sound, insert with rare photos / liner notes and one previously unreleased track from 1967.
  • 01. Vampire Man
    02. Drums And Guns
    03. My Little Brother
    04. Frankie–Stein
    05. That Judge
    06. Censored Man
    07. Count Dracula
    08. Lucifer
    09. Streets of Transylvania
    10. Rockin’ Werewolf
    11. Inside story of flamenco
    12. Tip Toe Through The Wolf Bane
    13. Censored Dooley


    At the Waleback

    [engl] First ever vinyl reissue of this ’Incredible Strange Music’, private press (infamous) classic, championed by lovers of the wonderful & weird such as Jello Biafra. A time capsule which will send you back to the post–beatnik, pre–psychedelic / hippie scene from L.A. With his long red hair and matching beard, Robbie The Werewolf – a folksinger of the frantic variety with a fetish for monsters – was a striking performer with a manic stage presence, acting out his songs as much as singing them. His set consisted of his original songs and uniquely reworked versions of folk standards, played on a beat–up twelve–string guitar. This inspired some of the most bizarre songs ever committed to vinyl: listen to "Count Dracula" and its proto–psychedelic, amazing echo effects or the insane DIY rocker "Rockin’ Werewolf". It was at The Wale Back in L.A one heady night in 1964, that Robbie’s solo act was captured for posterity and released as a tiny private pressing. A few years later, Robbie was a founding member of L.A psychedelic band Clear Light. But that’s another story?
  • 01. Disco Fantasy
    02. Sonido Magico
    03. Atlantis
    04. Doopey
    05. Dulce Armonia
    06. Swing Rock
    07. Guitarra Y Amor
    08. Tus Besos Junto Al Mar


    Disco Fantasy

    [engl] This 1979 release has been the fourth solo effort of Venezuelan composer and musician Daniel Grau. The music has been settled at the pulse of its time for certain. Discofunk with a Latin melody and rhythm approach surely was the hottest thing among the dancing folks back in the day and the rather futuristical synthesizer arrangements turn these memorable tunes into a spacey and spicy affair. The sound is perfect and the performance equals its package. The compositions are quite long all in all and therefore have a hypnotical effect on the listener and dancer. The continuing pulsating groove comes in a repetitive manner creating a floating atmosphere. This record is surely a product of its era and made for disco lovers to dance on through the simmering nights, but unlike most mainstream disco albums this record opens the gate to another dimension touching the senses of everybody in reach when it gets played on the turntable. Next to the similar massive Donna Summer works like “I feel love” this is the true essence of disco music just entirely instrumental with an emphasize on synthesizer melodies instead of vocals. Drift away into your disco fantasy, folks!
    EAN 0710473604307
    EAN 0710473604314