Discogs has become one of the most popular places to buy and sell music among vinyl enthusiasts, but it is not the only place where you can satisfy your collecting needs.
SOURCE: Sister Polygon Records Priests return with fireworks of noise and arresting melodies on their sophomore LP, ‘The Seduction of Kansas’. Their 2017 debut LP ‘Nothing Feels Natural’ was heralded as a modern classic of rock and post-punk, but their music feels urgently present. If ‘Nothing Feels Natural’ felt like an album-length ode to possibility,…
This year marks the 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s first hit single, “Space Oddity” (you know, the one that starts off with him crooning, “Ground Control to Major Tom…”), and to commemorate the occasion, Parlophone has just released SPYING THROUGH A KEYHOLE,
Canadian punk legends PUP (acronym stands for “pathetic use of potential,” ) release today new album titled Morbid Stuff via Rise Records. Energetic and melodic as it could be expected. From the first listen. Nothing new, songs that you might think you have heard before. Undoubtly One of our picks of the week. VINYL EDITION There…
The phantom zone, the parallax, the upside down—there is a rich cultural history of exploring in-between places.
Reverb LP, the online record marketplace created by Reverb.com, announced that it has partnered with Burger Records, Zia Records, Superior Elevation, Seasick Records, and more record stores across the U.S. for a Record Store Day “treasure hunt.”
Due to massive demand, American Laundromat Records are doing a 2nd pressing of the “Weird” 2-song bonus 45. This is limited to 300 copies on black Vinyl, and includes a digital download card inside the jacket.
Originals of this record go for more than 400€ in Discogs and it has been reissued just once since its original release in 1970. The record can be pre-ordered in the official Mr. Bongo website.
The Gluts have just announced that their new album Dengue Fever Hypnotic Trip is due for release on April 12th.
SOURCE: SON VOLT Son Volt’s latest, Union, is out now! Jay Farrar channels folk music’s enduring legacy of the troubadour on Union. “There are so many forces driving our country apart,” observes Farrar. “What can we do to bring our society back together?” Initially intended to be an entirely political statement, Union morphed into a combination of…