A track cut from Will Stratton‘s upcoming album, “Rosewood Almanac.”
Until the end of the year, all proceeds from sales at http://willstratton.bandcamp.com will be donated to the Dakota Access Pipeline Donation fund (http://standingrock.org/).
Earth Recordings and Antique Beat bring you the essential collection of works from Mikael Tariverdiev. ‘Film Music’ is a 51 track, 3 disc collection containing Tarivderdiev’s most popular works and many unheard treasures. Remastered and transferred from original master tapes at the Tariverdiev home, Film Music is sequenced by Mikael’s widow Vera Tariverdieva and Stephen Coates. Delivered in three segments ‘Goodbye Boys!’, ‘Snow Over Leningrad’ and ‘I am a Tree’. Film Music is due for release in November in a deluxe hard case outer and includes a 24 page book with extensive contributions from the people who knew him most, accompanied by unseen photographs and ephemera. (via Earth Recordings)
The Irony of Fate (1976) – animated intro
taken from the upcoming 2nd full-length “America’s Velvet Glory,” due out on January 13th, 2017 via Innovative Leisure. The band name itself comes from the villain in Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl.”
The Molochs – “No More Cryin’” (Official Video)
also taken from the album “America’s Velvet Glory”
The Go-Betweens cover, taken from ‘Sleep in Doom b/w Living In My Mind‘ 7″ (2015)
The End of Comedy is the debut album by Drugdealer, a new project
conceived and conducted by Los Angeles artist Michael Collins (formerly
of Run DMT, Salvia Plath) who guides a group of Angelenos through a
whimsical world informed by Jean Baudrillard, social media perception,
Sergio Leone’s spaghetti western vistas and Collins’ endless travels.
taken from Weyes Blood “Front Row Seat To Earth“, co-produced by Natalie Mering and Chris Cohen (Mexican Summer / 2016)
The first legit reissues of these rare, stellar LP’s by DC-based singer/songwriter Bob Brown. Richie Havens took Bob under his wing, produced both albums, and released them on his Stormy Forest label distributed by MGM. Although they failed to make a commercial impact at the time, cosmic-folk enthusiasts and vinyl-heads have long placed these albums in high esteem alongside the works of exploratory greats like Tim Hardin and Tim Buckley.
Now Available via Tompkins Square