SOURCE: BELLA UNION On Friday 15, alongside the exciting release of their excellent debut album Brickbat (via Bella Union), Piroshka (comprised of former Lush vocalist/guitarist Miki Berenyi, former Moose guitarist KJ “Moose” McKillop, Modern English bassist Mick Conroy and former Elastica drummer Justin Welch) are pleased to share the compelling video for their track “What’s Next?”. The timely clip was designed and directed by Bunny Schendler, animated by Bunny Schendler, Sofja Umarik and Jonathan Hodgson and also edited…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL The Church were founded in 1980 in Canberra, Australia. Their jangly guitar pop, combined with emotional and smart lyrics, proved an immediate smash ‘down under’ and beyond. Their 7th album Starfish was recorded in Los Angeles with producers Waddy Wachtel and Greg Ladanyi, both longtime veterans of the L.A. studio scene. When…

Rotting Christ have reached another peak in their long career that now spans over more than three decades. The Greeks have literally stood the test of time. With confidence and skills derived from experience, each song on ‘The Heretics’ represents its own sonic universe. This new album marks another step in the evolution of the…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL The North Irish progressive rock band Fruupp released their third album The Prince of Heaven’s Eyes in 1974. Fruupp produced the concept album themselves. It is a beautifully presented, well-balanced and stunningly original story. Inspired by the Genesis sound they created an melodic and structured piece of music, combining rock with folk and classical influences. The album…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL RELEASE DATE: February 8th 2019 Don Drummond became famous as one of the original members of the instrumental ska band The Skatalites. He composed most of their tunes and recorded different tunes in the ’50s and ’60s. He was an excellent trombonist and the famous producer Duke Reid remixed a couple of…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL Degradation Trip is the second solo-album by Alice in Chains lead guitarist Jerry Cantrell. The musical rhythms are comparable to his former band, but the shorter songs are balanced with long prog rock epics. Jerry locked himself in his house to write 25 songs, all about different parts from his life. The lyrics…

SOURCE: ROUGH TRADE Tasmania is the brand new album from the Australian psychedelic-rock adventurers Pond, a dejected meditation on planetary discord, machismo, shame, blame and responsibility, love, blood and empire, wrapped in luxurious, funky prog-pop. Once again produced and mixed by Kevin Parker (Tame Impala) and Pond, Tasmania encourages us to celebrate the fruits of our planet, frolic…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL Social Distortion‘s third eponymous album from 1990 turned out to be their best-known work and would come to spawn the most hits, with singles “Ball And Chain”, “Story Of My Life” and the Johnny Cash cover “Ring Of Fire”. It mixed Punk with Rockabilly, Blues & Country, and split the difference…

SOURCE: JESSICA PRATT BANDCAMP Jessica Pratt – Quiet Signs For her third album Quiet Signs, Jessica Pratt offers up nine spare, beautiful & mysterious songs that feel like the culmination of her work to date. “Fare Thee Well” and “Poly Blue” retain glimmers of On Your Own Love Again’s hazy day spells, but delicate arrangements…

SOURCE: DRAG CITY Joe Gloor, Dan Berg and Dan Haligas were just a group of friends from the suburbs of Illinois with big city dreams of rock n’ roll glory. Their lone release, “White Washed Afternoons” b/w “Watcher’s Brawl”, was released under the name StumpWater in 1975 and fell on mostly deaf ears, leaving the band with…

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