Permanent Records got their grimy mitts on the original BAD AXE tapes, resulting in this brand new archival 7″. Both of these tracks date back to 1973, but the label has proudly pressed them to vinyl for the very first time in 2014. Continue reading “Bad Axe – Coachman 7″”
Jack Cooper and James Hoare quickly became friends after Jack’s band (Mazes) was on tour supporting James’ band (Veronica Falls). After sending demos back and forth, ULTIMATE PAINTING was formed under their partnership.
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After months of preparation and non-stop touring, THE MAD DOCTORS of Brooklyn, NY have their debut LP ready for the masses. SNAKE OIL SUPERSCIENCE comes released by their own imprint King Pizza Records and is limited to 500 copies on virgin black vinyl. Continue reading “PREMIER: The Mad Doctors – Snake Oil Superscience + Tour Dates”
VILLE FANTOME is crafting killer bluesy-garage surf rock 500 miles off the coast in a basement in Strasbourg, France. His first release, Anything 4 U, is as haunted as the band name suggests and is truly impressive considering it was conceived immaculately; jerZ Dietrich employed no overdubs or tapes. A lone loop pedal enabled its multi-instrument birth. The end result is a hypnotic, genre-blending collection of three new songs. Continue reading “Ville Fantome – Anything 4 U 7″ EP”
QÚETZAL SNÅKES are a quintet out of Marseilles, France, who recently made their spacey, psych-driven debut with a six-song EP, out now on Howlin Banana Records and Retard Records in France. Continue reading “Qúetzal Snåkes – Lovely Sort Of Death EP”
King Pizza Records is a growing label based in Brooklyn, NY. They just released their first batch of cassette tapes which includes the debut release from Brooklyn garage crew the GREASY HEARTS.
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THE EVERYWHERES have just self-released a new cassette tape entitled Habitualism. It follows hot on the heels of their 2013 debut for Father/Daughter Records, adding eight fresh tracks of blues flavored psych-pop to their growing discography. Continue reading “Friday’s Find: The Everywheres – Habitualism CS”