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Idle Chatter
Price: $14.00
Artist: Brian Jay Cline
Description: NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL! Brian Jay Cline went from a guy who was gonna “hang it up” 18 or so months ago, to a guy who’s released three records during that time! “Idle Chatter”, the third, marks his Kool Kat label debut. How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? At last count, it was an average of 364. Luckily, here it's only 12 and we’re supplying you more than your minimum daily sweet roots-pop requirement on his newest offering. How many albums of high quality, rootsy power pop does it take Brian Jay Cline to make before he releases what he considers his quintessential masterpiece? Yes, things really can get better with age! Ever the student of the retro sounds that put the likes of Elvis Costello, Squeeze, Marshall Crenshaw and Nick Lowe on the map, Brian has spent the last 17+ years releasing album after album chock full of catchy, well crafted gems. Hot on the heels of his critically acclaimed 2017 releases "Writer's Block" and "Hang Ups", he has once again enlisted LA wunderkind producer Fernando Perdomo to fully realize his vision of the perfect power pop platter. With songs like "Would You Stay?", "Rock Steady" and "Last of The Great Atomic Heartbreakers" adhering to his fail-safe formula for high octaine, toe tapping bliss, songs such as "Sic Transit Gloria" and the Perdomo-penned "Half Dead" find him taking stylistic risks that all seem to blend perfectly into the records colorful, sonic tapestry. “If artists like Marshall Crenshaw, Walter Clevenger, Bill Lloyd and The Melroys are your bag, you'll wonder how you got by without Brian Jay Cline for all these years.”- AbsolutePowerPop.com GREAT!! ... read more »
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Limitations of Source Tape
Price: $13.00
Artist: Chris Church
Description: It’s certainly been a while since we last heard from Mr. Church, but he’s back, and in fine form, on this, his Spyderpop Records debut! As evidenced by his continuing pursuit of individual and group forays into diverse musical territories, Chris is a musician and writer who doesn’t shun any of his varying influences. Here, he make a bold return to his power pop origins with a record that features loud, crunchy guitars and catchy, lilting melodies that yield a natural sonic canvas for his blend of thoughtful lyrics and attention to song-craft. “Veteran North Carolina pop dude Chris Church is back with the impressive, 14-track ‘Limitations of Source Tape’. Not many limitations to be found here, honestly, as the album brims with nicely sung, sharply written tunes that reveal new layers with each successive listen. Church’s vocal doppelganger is Matthew Sweet, although the liveliness of tracks such as ‘Worse Things Happen at Sea’ muster up an energy that Sweet hasn’t displayed in years. Most all of the tunes here are immediately engaging, literate and passionate pop-rock numbers that deftly glide along on cushions of acoustic and electric guitars sitting pretty underneath Church’s urgent vocals. Faves include the sureshot rocker ‘Fall Into Me,’ the sweetly mysterious ‘Pollyanna’s Going Dark,’ the crunchier ‘Something Completely’ (nice interplay between the lead and backing vocals on the chorus here) and ‘Understudy Blues’ (love the distorted freakout guitar solo) and the hypnotically catchy and speedy ‘Bell the Cat,’ which features another nice little guitar solo courtesy of Charlie Shoemake. This record is yet another grand example of highly involved (and evolved) guitar-pop that sadly flies under the radar all too often.” – John Borack/Goldmine Magazine GREAT!! ... read more »
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Scarlet Fever
Price: $14.00
Artist: Green Seagull
Description: If you like harmony-laden baroque/freakbeat pop sounds that draws upon influences like The Left Banke, The Kinks, and The Association you're in for a treat. Taking their name from a mis-heard Rolling Stones lyric, Green Seagull are the latest band to burst out of London's burgeoning neo-psych scene. The band formed in 2016 when Paul Nelson (New Electric Ride) approached Paul Milne (Hidden Masters/Magnetic Mind) to work on some songs together. A shared enthusiasm for late-60’s baroque psychedelia and 12-string jangle soon blossomed into a prolific songwriting team, and before long the duo had more songs than they knew what to do with. They were joined shortly after by Sarah Gonputh on keys and Elian Dalmasso on drums, and the newly-minted quartet set about recording a demo in their rehearsal room on an old cassette 4-track. These lo-fi recordings pricked up the ears of Mega Dodo Records, who immediately signed the band for an album deal. “The songs are watered with amazing psych/pop melodies, magical rhythms and incomparable 60’s aesthetics. Green Seagull know how to use their influences perfectly, and sound unique! After all, songs like ‘Remember The Time’, ‘What Happened To The Girls’, ‘They Just Do Not Know’, ‘Scarlet”, ‘Unseen Eyes’, etc are not easy to write today!” –GewGawFanzine.com “’Scarlet’ is a dreamy psych song with trippy organ that has a Pink Floyd ‘Lucifer Sam’ vibe. And ‘They Just Don’t Know’ is a high energy take on The Byrds’ jangling guitar psych recalling ‘I See You’ from ‘Fifth Dimension’. These two refreshing songs alone leave you hungering for more and their album couldn’t have come soon enough!”- Expose.org “I’m hearing some Twice As Much here, some Searchers jangle, but the vocals are straight from the Moody Blues on ‘I Used To Dream In Black and White’. It’s gently gutsy, folky and non-cliched in this day and age’s psych landscape, though I can’t helping think what a production team of Bob Crewe and Herb Bernstein would have done with it. ‘Not Like You’ is well-executed retro garage-psych with the requisite reedy organ.” – Record Collector GREAT!! ... read more »
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Miles & An Ocean
Price: $13.00
Artist: Kyle Vincent
Description: The man Goldmine Magazine dubbed the "Crown Prince of Soft Pop" returns with a stunning new album (his 15th!) of original captivating contemporary pop songs drenched in soulful melodies, rich orchestration, heartfelt lyrics, and sparkling vocals reminiscent of the great radio songs of the 60’s and 70’s. If you find yourself going back to the sweet catchy songs of your youth, thinking nobody makes quality songs like that anymore, think again. Kyle Vincent has carved out a multi-decades long career wearing his influences, and his heart, on his musical sleeve, and his latest album will not only satiate his current legion of worldwide fans, but should certainly attract and hook a new audience longing for his style of super melodic, crystal clear produced pop songs. Kyle started out as the lead singer of iconic teen L.A. power-pop foursome, Candy. After Candy, he was signed to several major labels, releasing many high quality albums, enjoying a near-miss hit with the infectious summer of '97 pop ditty, "Wake Me Up (When The World's Worth Waking Up For)", but suffering the fate far too many talented artists do - failure of label support to break through to the masses. Nevertheless, he’s soldiered on, seemingly getting better with age. "Miles & An Ocean" could arguably be his best album to date, well-rounded in a mix of genres, breathtaking vocals, adventurous arrangements, and lyrics crafted by, well, a master craftsman. It features guest appearances by fellow poppers Tommy Dunbar (Rubinoos), Parthenon Huxley, and Lisa Mychols! If this were 1972, any one of these eleven songs could be a hit single, and Kyle Vincent would be a household name. But ironically, in today's auto-tuned over-produced sameness that is pop radio, "Miles & An Ocean" still manages to sound fresher than most. “Shines with soulful melodic arrangements and crystalline production, and features one of pop's finest voices in fine shape. A fresh-sounding throwback and a nod to the classic 3-minute pop songwriting craft of the late 60’s/early 70’s.” – Amazon.com “He proves that he has no intention of abdicating his throne anytime soon, delivering eleven tracks brimming with everything his fans have come to expect from him: smooth, velvety vocals, cushy melodies, and sincere lyrics coming straight from the heart. Vincent’s trademark piano-based numbers dominate the disc. There are also a few ‘power pop lite’ moments that are more than pleasant: ‘Narita (Tokyo Girl)’ and the nostalgic Tommy Dunbar co-write ‘Hillside Daze.’ Another cool thing about this record is the number of aural ‘Easter eggs’ that can be unearthed if the record is experienced with headphones: sounds that aren’t necessarily in the forefront – congas and handclaps here, a little guitar figure or a Beach Boys-like background vocal there – definitely enhance the overall listening experience.” – John Borack/Goldmine Magazine GREAT!! ... read more »
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Picasso On A Log
Price: $6.00
Artist: Magpie
Description: BRAND NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL! WOW!! Previously a download-only release, this one was just too darn great not to be on CD! Magpie are made up of members of two excellent bands. Andy Morton and Mike Poulson are in Bronco Bullfrog, Paul Tozer and Chris Woodland are from The Bad Detectives. Neither of these bands give you an advance warning of what to expect from Magpie. The Bad Detectives are very much in shake rattle and roll territory and Bronco Bullfrog are one of the better examples of more recent UK Psych Pop. “I'm absolutely loving this EP from this foursome who most certainly have all the melodic chops and hooks. What you get is some classic Summer harmonic pop, very much in the mould of a band like The Legal Matters, but with far more in common with the 60’s. This is like a cross between mid 60's UK Beat and late 60's California Pop and it is a fine listen. ‘She Knows Where I Live’ is Brit Pop at it's best (two and a half decades before the Gallaghers), it has a lot in common with The Move's debut album. ‘Don't Turn Your Back On The Sun’ is all ‘Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying’. ‘Wrote Me A Letter’ is all west coast jangle. ‘Daisy Paints Her Fingers’ is when it gets a bit more Psychy, it reminds me of something that would be on The Orgone Box's debut. A very English social commentary, like ‘Judy Over The Rainbow’. – IDontHearASingle.com High praise indeed! We tried to coax more tracks from them, but this is all there was – shame! GREAT!! ... read more »
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Pack Of Lies
Price: $15.00
Artist: Pseudonym
Description: BRAND NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL! Pseudonym is a band consisting of Paul Desjarlais and other band members who pretty much live in his head. OK, it's a solo project, but Paul finds pretending to be a band more fun than trying to explain the multi-track recording process. Back in Boston a long time ago Paul used to play bass for obscure punk band The Uncalled Four, and later for obscure post-punk-psycho-pop band Haberland. After that Paul turned his attention to recording, and released a cassette album called “Pabz”, and then a CD entitled “Pig Tail World.” After moving west to San Francisco, Pseudonym's “Stupid Star” (2013) and “Revolving Door” (2015) were download-only releases. So was “Pack Of Lies”, until now! “While Paul Dejarlais covers many genres here, (Brit Pop, Psych, Garage, Power Pop) almost half of the tracks on this release are powerful pop, and every track is a gem! One of the best things about Pseudonym is you don’t have to think about whether you like the material or not, you immediately know it is awesome. The material is well produced, has great music, vocals, lyrics and an array of sounds and styles…a welcome change from some kid in his mother’s basement with a new drum machine. Creatively tackling a kaleidoscope of genres and sounds that result in full and rich pop music, and smooth ballads.” – IndieNation.fm “Its a slow build from the first isolated vocal track of ‘I’m Fine’ to the jangling guitar on ‘All The Little Things.’ The combo of fuzz bass and harmonies work great on ‘I Don’t Care About Love,’ plus the easy going melody on ‘Victimless Crime’ is super catchy. Then a trio of slow tempo ballads starting with ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’ show the isolation of the songwriter, but things go back to rocking mode on ‘Lorraine’ and ‘Round and Round.’ On ‘Foreign Talk’ the beat quickens even more, reminding me of The Cure. Overall an excellent album, and Highly Recommended.” – Powerpopaholic.com “Just want to say how much I'm really diggin’ ‘Pack Of Lies’. It’s really solid mix of mood and texture, and one of the most engaging records I've heard in a long time...seriously! Songs like ‘All The Little Things’ and ‘Lorraine’ are power pop gold, too. Congrats on a truly awesome record! - Jeff Shelton/The Power Pop Show GREAT!!! ... read more »
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Janglewaves + bonus EP
Price: $13.00
Artist: Skytone
Description: It’s still winter, so what is The Beautiful Music doing releasing the perfect summer album, one that you can play on the beach or blasting with your windows rolled down on the way to the best surfing grounds - the kind of music you need in the winter, to warm your heart and then by the time summer comes, they will be instant classics. This is Skytone’s third album for TBM label, and it just might be their best yet. Skytone are Rodney and Darius Doddridge, brothers with a keen ear for melodies that pack more sunshine and warmth per decibel than you would have thought possible. At times, they’ll remind you of (and are possibly inspired by) bands such as Lloyd Cole, Edwyn Collins, Trash Can Sinatras, Teenage Fanclub, The Cherry Boys, Superstar, Allen Clapp, The Incredible Vickers Brothers as well as Simon & Garfunkel, ELO, XTC, and the Everly Brothers. “They don’t really fit into a neat little package for consumers, but that’s precisely why I love the group. Sure, ‘Jangle Waves’ has the aforementioned jangling, but there are also moments that lean towards swinging croons like in ‘Second Hand Shops.’ They almost adopt a beach vibe with ‘Missing You’ only to move into dreamy pop territory with ‘Lonely Holiday.’ Throughout, you’ll likely find yourself enveloped in warm harmonies reminiscent of the sun you’re trying to avoid outside your window; it’s the power of pure pop at its best!” – AustinTownHall.com “Evoking sun-dappled drives to the lake on a summer day or wine-on-the lawn evening with good friends, and leavened with jangle and hints of ’70s soft rock, this is a welcome addition to the summer playlist. While they do, indeed, pack a lot of jangle in their compositions, dream pop, power pop and a liberal dose of beach pop all live harmoniously, melodically, and pleasingly. Great pop, wonderfully laid back, done with a croon and the jangle is in a 80’s sort of way, although the harmonies are very much mid 70’s Pop Rock. The guitar riffs are very C86, but there’s plenty more thrown into the mix.” - WhenYouMotorAway.blogspot.ca “Another brilliant jangle-pop outfit in the same sort of melodic mold as their label mates The Yellow Melodies and Armstrong” - Janglepophub.com COMES WITH A MIMITED EDITION BONUS REMIX EP WHICH BOASTS SEVERAL VERSIONS OF SONGS FROM THE ALBUM AS RE-IMAGINED BY THE LEGENDARY HOUSE CATS’ JOHN GIRGUS. GREAT!! ... read more »
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Sail Me Home St. Clair
Price: $14.00
Artist: The Carousels
Description: NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL! Previously a 2017 vinyl-only release, this is the CD debut for this Scottish band's second long player. Their debut was highly praised, receiving excellent reviews. With songs that are poignant and beautiful, they are a band of such heart and soul and invoke the spirit of Teenage Fanclub at their most mellow, Gene Clark, Gram Parsons and “Sweetheart Of The Rodeo”-era Byrds. They have built a firm worldwide following with tours of Europe in their back (denim and patchwork) pockets. “Proving that you don’t have to use a lot of studio effects and overload eardrums to be psych, their latest follows their highly praised debut with eleven more upbeat acoustic guitar, slide guitar, and pedal steel guitar laced songs with charming vocal harmonies invoking the Grateful Dead, New Riders of the Purple Sage, and The Byrds circa ‘Sweetheart of the Rodeo’. By and large, the album is full of fun psych-folk love ballads - happy time music - some making you want to bob and weave along with the band, even when the song is about breaking up and moving on. In addition to the standard lead, rhythm, and bass guitars, and percussion, the band throw in violin on a couple of songs, plus harmonium, harmonica, banjo, and organ. And along with the love ballads there is the waltz ‘Here in Time’ and the closing track ‘Man Out Of Me’ that finds them getting a bit experimental with reversed loops and processed voices. If you enjoy music that evokes Gene Clark, Gram Parsons, or The Byrds at their country best, this album is for you.” – Expose.org “The moment Josephine opens the album you realize where this music is taking you. If you ever thought what it would sound like if Gene Clark and/or Gram Parsons joined in harmony with the American Beauty/Workingman’s Dead era Grateful Dead, this is the direction The Carousels pursue on this album. And they do it well. Damn well. Take any track here—Silvio or Little Darlin’ for example—you get these great picking guitars, pedal steels and other country rock paraphernalia and some quite gorgeous harmonies that dominate practically every number on the album.” – Beat.Media.com GREAT!! ... read more »
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Ready Set A Go-Go
Price: $12.00
Artist: Tommy Sistak
Description: Tommy’s latest (third) effort strongly adheres to the “don’t fix it if it ain’t broken” philosophy, and closely follows in the tradition of his “Short Songs” and “A Good Hat Indeed”. Contained here are his signature short, sharp, melodic power pop and a good measure of British Invasion Merseybeat with a 60's AM radio vibe that’s always on the money. A total of 28:30 minutes of melodic fun that’s “comfort food” for the pop music-loving part of your brain! “Melodic songs that take a page from music from the 1960's when AM Radio filled the airwaves. Drawing from artists as diverse as The Beatles, The Monkees, Harry Nilsson to Cheap Trick.” – Alan Haber/Pure Pop Radio “Sistak’s syle is most decidedly early Beatles, with its rich Rickenbacker jangle and three-part vocal harmonies that’s all about the short, punchy pop, when mid 60’s pop ruled the radio. This is guilt-free goodness, and Sistak keeps the hits coming.” – Powerpopaholic.com “Amiable, easy-to-digest pop nuggets are informed by the early Beatles and Searchers.” – John Borack/Goldmine Magazine What else can we say? If you don’t get the gist after reading the description and praise, then you don’t know Sistak! GREAT!! ... read more »
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Altered Sweet: A Tribute To Matthew Sweet (2CD)
Price: $15.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description: WOW! “Futureman Records' Keith Klingensmith knows his way around a tribute album, and 2016's Sloan tribute was one of the best of the genre. So to say this project covering another power pop luminary with a long track record of quality music was widely anticipated in the power pop community is a bit of an understatement, and unsurprisingly he comes through here again. Like the Sloan tribute, ‘Altered Sweet’ has a lineup dominated by artists I've featured on these pages, so the winning tribute formula of "songs you like covered by artists you like" is clearly present here. Futureman has hit another home run here, and I can only look forward to whatever artist Klingensmith turns his attention to next.“ – Absolutepowerpop.com “Matthew Sweet, himself, may have been in indifferent form lately, but here you get an inkling of how strong a songwriter he is. Although not always looked at as power pop, he's a bit noisier at times, these songs naturally lend themselves to the field. Great guitar breaks and he's one of the best chorus writers around. I used to say that the ideal match would be Jason Falkner and Sweet, the former writing the verses, the latter the choruses. You do realise here that Sweet's body of work easily allows 27 songs without any boredom creeping in. There's a lot to be said for a third disc opportunity for the missing songs. There are some surprises in who does what. I expected Greg Pope to launch into something like ‘Come To California’, instead he goes for an inspired version of the understated ‘Not When I Need It’. Likewise, Andy Reed is usually understated, here he rocks into a superb, ‘Where You Get Love’. Then there are the different takes on songs. Simple Friend do a great acoustic jangly ‘Sick Of Myself’, very different to the caustic original. Elvyn's ‘Time Capsule’ is ‘Losing My Religion’-like. Popdudes do a wonderful Country West Coast sounding ‘I Almost Forgot’. There are the female artists who never fail to connect. Lisa Mychols a great bass guitar driven Susanna Hoffs-like, ‘Looking At The Sun’. Gretchen's Wheel cover ‘Walk Out’, showcasing that Lindsay voice which sounds Chrissie McVie-like here. Also here are the more faithful versions. The Well Wishers riff out on ‘All Over My Head’, ditto Nick Bertling on a splendidly noisy, ‘Falling’. My favourite Matthew Sweet song is ‘Someone To Pull The Trigger’ and Chris Richards And The Subtractions offer up a storming cover, an absolute joy. If I could mention everyone I would, these are all artists beloved to IDHAS. I feel guilty for not, but every one of these 27 songs is worth hearing. ‘Altered Sweet’ is a cracking listen. It reminds me of why power pop is so good. It's the quality of the artists, the songs and the pure feel good factor. Here's hoping that people go further and delve into the songs from these artists and discover the joy that I get. Hopefully, people will also discover Matthew Sweet's back catalogue. It isn't just about ‘Girlfriend’. Artists don't always like the power pop tag and outsiders don't get what it is. Concerning the latter, each should be given this album and they will realise what they are missing.” – IDontHearASingle.com GREAT!! ... read more »
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Nerd From The Suburbs
Price: $16.00
Artist: Adrian Whitehead
Description:

Adrian Whitehead’s stunning songwriting lays bare the human condition and shines a light into the dark corners of our inner w ... read more »

Bennett Wilson Poole
Price: $19.00
Artist: Bennett Wilson Poole
Description:

WOW!!  Since its announcement of impending release a ... read more »

Big Stir Magazine - Issue #1
Price: $4.00
Artist: Big Stir Magazine
Description:

From the folks who present the “Big Stir” pop concert series in California (a ... read more »

Blue Mind
Price: $10.00
Artist: Blaine Campbell
Description:

If Blaine Campbell could afford therapy, he probably wouldn’t have to write songs. ... read more »

Before Your Summer Fades
Price: $12.00
Artist: Blank Pages
Description:

Can power pop be thought-provoking while celebrating the giddy excitement of a classic three-minute single at the same time? read more »

Teenage News 1976-1980
Price: $10.00
Artist: Blow-Up
Description: Blow-Up featured a pre-Condors Pat DiPuccio!read more »

NoHo Calling
Price: $10.00
Artist: Brady Harris Band
Description:

Hailing from North Hollywood (NoHo), CA, the Brady Harris Band is a rootsy-Beatlesque quartet big on harmonies, chord changes and the occasional female cover version (Go-Go ... read more »

Surrender To The Rhythm
Price: $15.00
Artist: Brinsley Schwarz
Description:

This 20-track compilation is an excellent retrospective of read more »

From The Jam Live!
Price: $19.00
Artist: Bruce Foxton & Russell Hastings
Description:

Live release recorded in 2017 from Bruce Foxton (The Jam) and Russell Hastings, both of whom perform the hits of British mod icons The Jam. < ... read more »

Las Cruces
Price: $11.00
Artist: Buckley
Description:

NEIL YOUNG/CRAZY HORSE ALERT!!  read more »

Public Mono
Price: $14.00
Artist: Burning Ferns
Description:

Burning Ferns, from Newport in the UK, formed in 2009.read more »

Peaks and Valleys
Price: $11.00
Artist: Chris Richards & The Subtractions
Description:

WOW!!!!  read more »

Cross The Water
Price: $17.00
Artist: Daniel McGeever
Description:

Hailing from Edinburgh, Scotland, Daniel McGeever is perhaps best known as the guitarist/vocalist of the pop band The Wellgreen.read more »

Popsided Guitar: Anthology 1984-2004 (2CD)
Price: $22.00
Artist: Dom Mariani
Description:

WAREHOUSE FIND – DUE LATE MARCH/EARLY APRIL! read more »

Hi Seas
Price: $20.00
Artist: Dom Mariani & The Majestic Kelp
Description:

SIGNED/NUMBERED COPIES!!read more »

Longwave + bonus disc
Price: $17.00
Artist: Dropkick
Description:

Their latest (and 15th!) album was written and produced by Andrew Taylor and recor ... read more »

Furious Mind
Price: $14.00
Artist: Ed Ryan
Description:

The CD debut for this 2017, prev ... read more »

Roadmap
Price: $14.00
Artist: Ed Ryan
Description:

The CD debut for this 2016, p ... read more »

This Land Is Your Mind
Price: $13.00
Artist: I Think Like Midnight
Description:

The sophomore effort from this Philadelphia instrumental band ( ... read more »

Crowded Hour
Price: $9.00
Artist: Jef Litman
Description:

Jeff Litman was ... read more »

Kingdom of Mustang
Price: $10.00
Artist: Kingdom of Mustang
Description:

Kingdom of Mustang, the brand new project from Mark Roebuck (The Deal/Fresh Mowed Lawn), read more »

Take 1
Price: $11.00
Artist: K7s
Description:

KURT BAKER ALERT!  The K7s are a punk pop (with the emphasis on POP) group led ... read more »

First Days Of Summer (LP + CD)
Price: $18.00
Artist: Michael Simmons
Description:

VINYL LP THAT COMES WITH A CD!read more »

Self-Inflicted, No Sympathy
Price: $13.00
Artist: Nick Batterham
Description:

On his fourth solo album, Nick returned to the themes of 2013's “Closing Time At Yah Y ... read more »

Lucky Cat
Price: $13.00
Artist: Nick Batterham
Description:

2014’s “Lucky Cat” came hot on the heels of “Closing Time At Yah Yah's”, and it couldn’ ... read more »

Closing Time At Yah-Yah’s
Price: $13.00
Artist: Nick Batterham
Description:

Picking up where his debut left off, the album bristles with spiky observations and stark self-realizations. Thematically, the album describes the reluctant, ... read more »

Second Lovers
Price: $13.00
Artist: Nick Batterham
Description:

With a lengthy band resume up his sleeve, including Cordazine, Blindside and The Earthmen, ... read more »

Golden Boy
Price: $16.00
Artist: Nick Batterham
Description:

EN ROUTE – ACCEPTING ORDERS NOW!  Nick’s fifth solo release just might be his most full realized effort to date.  "14 sumptuous tit ... read more »

Painted Doll
Price: $19.00
Artist: Painted Doll
Description:

Valley Lodge front man read more »

This Is Pat DiNizio (Expanded/2CD)
Price: $22.00
Artist: Pat DiNizio
Description:

LIMITED EDITION PRESSING!  BACK IN PRINT – BUT NOT FOR LONG!!< ... read more »

Have Pity On The Boys! The Pop Hits And More (1965-1968)
Price: $16.00
Artist: Paul & Barry Ryan
Description:

AVAILABLE MAY 4 – ACCEPTING ORDERS NOW!!  Now a resident of Chicago, in the seven years preceding his re-location to the Windy City, read more »

Young Is The New Old
Price: $16.00
Artist: Ramirez Exposure
Description:

WOW!!  Victor Ramirez has ... read more »

The Stupid Truth
Price: $8.00
Artist: Shellye Valauskas
Description:

In 1999, power pop veteran Dean Falcone (The Excerpts with Jon Brion) paired up with Shellye. ... read more »

Shindig! Magazine - Issue #78
Price: $13.00
Artist: Shindig! Magazine - Issue #78
Description:

Features include: Dread more »

12
Price: $15.00
Artist: Sloan
Description:

The title of the new Sloan album isn't just some random number. “12 ... read more »

Spiders From Mars
Price: $15.00
Artist: Spiders From Mars
Description:

The rhythm section for Da ... read more »

Pacephale
Price: $10.00
Artist: Spygenius
Description: NEW LOW PRICE!!  Now released in the US on Big Stirte Records.  Same tracks that are on the UK version we previously announced!  The latest (and fourth overall release) from these British psych pop pilgrims is a true adventure in style that demands your full attention when savoring. They’re an eclectic ... read more »

After Hours
Price: $15.00
Artist: Sufis
Description:

Sufis are an Anglo-Indian/American band based on the writing partnership of Calvin Laporte and Evan Smith. During a chance meeting at ... read more »

T-T-T-Technicolour Melodies
Price: $12.00
Artist: Super 8
Description:

UK-based singer/songwriter Paul Ryan performs, records, and produces original homegrown “Trippy Toons!” under “band” name ... read more »

Let Me In On This Action
Price: $16.00
Artist: The Bottle KIds
Description:

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Joie De Vivre
Price: $6.00
Artist: The Condors
Description:

This six-song mini album is a tribute to Condors' leader Pat DiPuccio's former band, Blow-Up. read more »

Wish You Success
Price: $13.00
Artist: The Connection
Description: AVAILABLE NOW!! ... read more »

The Best Of The Dirty Truckers
Price: $11.00
Artist: The Dirty Truckers
Description:

The Dirty Truckers got together back in 1999 when song writer Tom Baker chose to pursue a decidedly American rock n' roots direction. Drawing ... read more »

Budget Buster
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Fleshtones
Description:

Forty years ago in Queens, New York, Keith Streng and his buddy Marek Pakulski discovered some guitars in a basement of a house they were renting. They didn’t know how to t ... read more »

Tear Your Minds Wide Open (LP + CD)
Price: $22.00
Artist: The Galileo 7
Description:

EN ROUTE – ACCEPTING ORDERS ... read more »

Pearls.
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Gold Needles
Description: NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL!  Originally formed as a studio project, The Gold Needles have expanded recently to become a full live ban ... read more »

Phantom Lake: Northern Gothic 3
Price: $13.00
Artist: The Green Pajamas
Description:

“Phantom Lake: Northern Gothic 3” is the final installment of the “North ... read more »

Joy Comes In The Morning
Price: $14.00
Artist: The Jeremy Band
Description:

Brand new release from Jeremy Morris – this time with The Jeremy Band  (Dave Dietrich on drum ... read more »

Live In Berlin
Price: $19.00
Artist: The Jetz
Description:

The Jetz (prior to re-configuring as power poppers The Pencils) celebrate their 40th anniversary with the release of this read more »

Eventually Is Now
Price: $14.00
Artist: The Junior League
Description:

BRAND NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL!!read more »

Empire Of Mars
Price: $11.00
Artist: The Laissez Fairs
Description:

Remember The Steppes?  John Fallon (from The Steppes) is in this sometimes raw ... read more »

Change Of Living
Price: $13.00
Artist: The Only Children
Description:

JOSH BERWANGER ALERT!!  The powerful 2004 debut from former ... read more »

Hey! It’s The Pandoras
Price: $12.00
Artist: The Pandoras
Description: 80’s ALL-GIRL GARAGE LEGENDS RETURN WITH THEIR FIRST NEW RECORD IN 29 YEARS!!!   read more »

History Of Panic
Price: $13.00
Artist: The Shellye Valauskas Experience
Description:

The debut full-length from The Shellye Valauskas Experience, almost ten years in the making, on which they are aided by Jon Auer ( ... read more »

Box It Up EP
Price: $6.00
Artist: The Shellye Valauskas Experience
Description:

Released in 2008, “Box It Up” contained the first new songs Shellye and Dean Falcone had written s ... read more »

Someplace Better
Price: $19.00
Artist: The Sick Rose
Description:

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Night Driver
Price: $10.00
Artist: The Speedlights
Description: A peek at their Facebook page uncovered a list of The Speedlights’ likes and influences: Cheap Trick, Big Star, The Raspberries, Nick Lowe/Rockpile, The Long Ryders, ... read more »

A View From Above
Price: $10.00
Artist: The Well Wishers
Description:

"It took 15 years and 9 albums ... read more »

The End
Price: $12.00
Artist: The Yancys
Description:

CRACKER ALERT!  Big ups go out to Chris Church for hipping us to The Yancys, whose read more »

Take You To Stay
Price: $9.00
Artist: Trevor and The Joneses
Description:

WOW!!!!read more »

Ugly Things Magazine - Issue #47
Price: $10.00
Artist: Ugly Things Magazine – Issue #47
Description:

In this issue (and on the cover), a tribute to the recently departed FRED COLE and a feature story on his ‘60s era bands THE WEEDS and THE LOLLIPOP SHOPP ... read more »

My World Of Make Believe - Sunshine, Soft & Studio Pop 1966-1972
Price: $16.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description:

"Clouds of satin at your feet....rainbow flowers line the street....only love can get you in....'” read more »

Pop Parade Volume 9
Price: $16.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description:

The latest installment of this “collect ‘em ... read more »

All Done With Rock ‘N’ Roll
Price: $6.00
Artist: Watts
Description:

Watts is most definitely not all done with rock n' roll.read more »