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It's Happening Now
Price: $14.00
Artist: Bill Lloyd
Description: Brand new, acoustic-oriented release from one of the best in the biz! “The perfect fall-into-winter record that bathes listeners in the warm glow of tremendous, acoustic-based songs evoking mid-’60s folk-pop aesthetics. Lovely melodies, nimble acoustic guitar playing, and emotive vocals combine for an affective experience from a contemporary music master. This is Bill Lloyd’s finest hour, by far.” - Alan Haber/Pure Pop Radio “A refreshing collection of quieter, well-crafted compositions, long on melody and wry observations.” - Americana Music News “Whether toiling in the country trenches with Foster & Lloyd or flying solo with his own pop-oriented material, Bill Lloyd has always been all about the song. Nowhere is this more apparent than on this 20-track smorgasbord of acoustic-oriented, low-key delights that showcases Lloyd's ample melodic gifts as well as his way with words.” - John Borack 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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Great Event Syndrome
Price: $13.00
Artist: Chris Lund
Description: Remember the Lund Bros. who released some amazing power pop back in the late 90’s/early 00’s under their own name and as Loser? Well it certainly has been a while since we’ve heard from either of them! “Great Event Syndrome” is a new solo recording from chief songwriter and vocalist Chris Lund. “It’s self-produced and home-recorded, though you’d never know it from the ‘Abbey Road’-like production values. Content-wise the record is maximum ear candy with Lund slipping in all sorts of nods and winks to that classic mid-60’s British Invasion rock and roll sound. It’s all on display on the single-worthy ‘Tell Me,’ from the chunky guitar hooks, to vocals that shift from sounding very Cheap Trick-Robin Zander early on, to something like Rush’s Geddy Lee in a mellow mood, to ever-so-Beatles on the stretched out ‘tonight-t-t-t’ in the chorus. I love the wobbly synth that crops up all over the tune. ‘What’s Her Name’ is another highlight that showcases Lund’s careful attention to vocal arrangements. Though the knee-jerk critics’ reaction is to connect Lund’s style with the Beatles (and on songwriting that is definitely true), vocally he reminds me a lot of Alan Clarke of the Hollies and the harmonies associated with that band (ain’t NOTHING wrong with that, folks!). Also check out ‘The Juice,’ where nice acoustic guitar picking combines with some 60’s American west coast vocal stylings to belie the song’s serious subject matter. And this just scratches the surface of this great album.” – Dennis Pilon/PopRockRecord.com 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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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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Silverlake
Price: $18.00
Artist: Pugwash
Description: For almost two decades, Thomas Walsh has been writing great pop songs that have won him praises from his peers (notably from his greatest influence, the ELO frontman Jeff Lynne).  Pugwash’s guitarist Tosh Flood joined Divine Comedy for the “Foreverland” album and tour which prompted Thomas to return Pugwash to what it originally was, a solo project.  A phone call to long time collaborator (and friend) Jason Falkner to enquire about producing the album was met with a resounding “yes” and less than 10 months later, we have this delightful slice of pop perfection.  “Pugwash has often been labelled as ‘retro’ but ‘Silverlake’ is anything but a retro record, the songs might display classic pop songcraft but Falkner’s production makes sure that they don’t come out as an homage (think XTC under their Dukes of Stratosphear alias) to the late 60’s pop boom.   Starting on a very strong note with the breezy single ‘The Perfect Summer’, with a great chorus with layers of acoustic guitars and a crashing snare (Jeff Lynne would definitely put his seal of approval on this track).  Walsh’s yearning vocals and vocal hooks work wonders on ‘What Are You Like’ and ‘Better Than Nothing At All’ (which features some beautiful chord changes and great unobtrusive guitar solos).  The heady chorus of ‘Without You’ is matched to a background of jangly arpeggios and analog synths that suit the song to a T while the chamber pop of ‘Sunshine True’ starts with a reference to The Kinks’ ‘David Watts’.  ‘Everyone Knows That You’re Mine’ is a languid number built around another great jangly guitar lick and Falkner’s bass playing skills are put to good use on ‘Make It Yourself’.  The acoustic ‘Such A Shame’ could have fitted nicely on Paul McCartney’s first solo album and ‘Easier Done Than Said’ is certainly the track where Falkner’s hand is felt the most (the arpeggio that pops in at regular intervals and the driving bass line are unmistakable).  ‘Autarch’ is a suitably elegiac coda to the record and probably the most experimental track on the record including a wild guitar solo.” – LouderThanWar.com  GREAT!! ... read more »
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In Between The Spaces
Price: $13.00
Artist: Richard Turgeon
Description: NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL – AVAILABLE NOW!! Richard Turgeon is an author, musician, designer, and illustrator based in San Francisco. He’s a modern day suburban dad who writes, performs, and records original rock songs, often times playing most of the instruments himself. He’s been a member of various bands over the years, but “In Between The Spaces” is his debut, full-length solo outing that’s already garnered some pretty high praise! “You can feel the presence of ‘90s rock in its prime… like the Foo Fighters met the Beach Boys and invited Pearl Jam and Nirvana to the party. There isn’t a song on the album that my feet didn’t tap along to.” - Randy Skaggs/Q108 Kingston “A power pop rock gem!” - Sweet Sweet Music Blog “Across its ten tracks, this record explains why I love the current batch of Californian pop so much. Beautifully produced, melodic, riff led and with just enough of a hint of what's gone before. Richard Turgeon has conjured up a splendid Riff Heavy affair. You certainly rock, but essentially in the sun. He is a one man art college, music, art, illustration, photography, writing, the album though shows nothing less than full concentration. It feels like the 90's US rock heyday. when the lines between power pop and singer songwriters were blurred. Think Matthew Sweet when Richard Lloyd was with him and imagine Mitch Easter producing them. There are times when Turgeon sounds a touch IRS-era Michael Stipe, but the album as a whole is very much melodic rock that starts with a hook that grabs you more and more as the song progresses. There are times that this mode is stepped out of, the likes of ‘The Candidate’ which has a bit of a modern day Santana feel, but it's at its best when it does what it does because it's done so well. At times, there is a melodic Bob Mould or even Let's Active feel, all good things, I also think Scott Miller at times. Songs like the opener, ‘Big Foot's An Alien’ and ‘I Don't Need You’ are wonderfully anthemic and Turgeon's guitar playing is top notch. ‘In Between Spaces’ is a corker of an album, an ace way to spend 37 minutes.” – IDontHearASingle.com “There isn’t a bad song on this record. Don’t be surprised if it ends up on this site’s best power pop albums list by year’s end.” - PowerPopNews.com GREAT!! ... read more »
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Melody Records
Price: $10.00
Artist: The Mylars
Description: Describing themselves as a “super charged rock and roll outfit”, The Mylars (from Union, NJ) were founded by vocalist/guitarist Danny Roselle (ex Crash Moderns) and long time collaborator, vocalist/bassist Quig.  As the lead singer/songwriter for The Crash Moderns, Danny toured the US and Canada for several years, and is currently one of the main songwriters for The History Channel hit television show, “American Pickers” (LOVE THIS SHOW!); whilst Quig is responsible for being the creator and manager of the worlds first ‘little person’ rock group, The Little Kingz – made famous in Ben Stiller’s movie “Zoolander”.  “On average I get 100 emails every week from independent artists and PR folks asking me to take a listen to, and review the ‘next best thing to hit the airwaves’.  I am not mocking – on the contrary, I always respect that people have time and faith to get in touch ... but ... the fact of the matter is, very rarely does the ‘next best thing’ ever land in my inbox.  The Mylars, however, are this year’s first exception to the rule!  This album of poppy punky sunshine showered tunes, has hit a vitamin D starved spot on my soul, but I defy anyone who listens to it, to not be compelled to a) tap their feet b) smile c) turn it up ” – SoundsMagazine.co.uk  “The album is an all-American journey through years of rock n roll.  In parts it has some great smooth rock qualities, and in others it has more of a funky pop/rock vibe.  They have clearly put their heart and soul into creating this work, which has firmly stamped their names into the book of rock ‘n’ roll.  The guitar riff at the beginning of ‘Betty, Buddy and Me’ will certainly get you bopping around. This enjoyable musical encounter is hands down my favourite track of the album. It’s such a lively tune which is pumped full of good vibes, energy and life.  It’s a great sounding song reminiscent of 70’s pop rock, but with a modern kick to it.  ‘12 Minutes’ is one of those tracks that if you don’t find yourself singing along to it you may question whether there’s something wrong with you.  In summary, here we have 5 guys who have worked hard within the music industry over the years, and they have survived some tough times together.  Now after all their hard work, they have this fantastic feel good album to show off to the world of rock ‘n’ roll.  I would class their music style as varied, due to some tracks such as ‘Betty, Buddy and Me’, ‘12 Minutes’ and ‘Home To You’ being an American pop/rock sound, and then other tracks such as ‘Let’s Go’, ‘Wake Up Virginia’, and ‘What Do You Got To Lose’ having a weightier sound which shows the band dipping their toes into a more classic/alternative rock genre. Whichever way you categorize their music, it has its own Mylars twist to it.” – MidlandsMetalheads.com  Includes a kool kover of The Cars’ “Let’s Go”!  GREAT!! ... read more »
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Colour Radio (American Transistor)
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Nines
Description: Steve Eggers (The Nines) is back in pop music mode! Joining him again is Bill Majoros (The Foreign Films) on guitar as they deliver a diverse selection of styles. “Eggers’ style has always been influenced by ELO, and on ‘Crazy Little Girl’ he almost copies the intro to ‘Do Ya’ but goes in a heavier direction with a rougher vocal. It still has the catchy multi-tracked chorus, but sounds closer to The Move with Majoros fuzzy flourishes. Much more familiar is ‘Maybe If You Stayed’ with its sweet melody line and Steve sounding wistful as ever, even as he climbs into falsetto. And the lovely ‘For a Lifetime’ is a piano lullaby reminiscent of George Gershwin. It’s everything Nines fans love, but Steve goes in different directions to keep things fresh. ‘On and On She Gets By’ is a fun musical number about a girl, done with a barroom styled piano, harmonica, and a strutting synth line following a Randy Newman-esque lyric. He also goes funky with a Stevie Wonder-styled Moog Clavier and goes all in on ‘You Can Get More Than This’ and ‘Don’t Be Losing Your Game.’ Not everything sticks, and there are amounts of so-so filler to keep the “radio” theme (like we never heard The Who’s “Sell Out”?) However there is more than enough to make this album highly recommended. Includes the holiday single ‘Believe In Christmas’.” – Powerpopaholic.com “Eggers and Majoros were a marriage made in heaven in my eyes. In fact I often have dreams in which they are in a super group with Andy Partridge and Jason Falkner, but enough of my fantasies. On his third outing in The Nines, I still expected that at some stage Majoros would turn the band into an ‘Oranges And Lemons’-era XTC. Although you get the odd sign of this in for instance, the solo on ‘Maybe If You Stayed’, the XTC connections are lesser if you except the chorus hooks. Whereas The Nines started as a sort of cross between XTC and ELO, leaning more towards Partridge, here they are very much more in Lynne Territory. Unlike the previous album, ‘Alejandro's Visions’, ‘Colour Radio’ is far more in traditional Nines great pop territory, in fact Eggers's voice is in fine fettle. Straight off with the opener, ‘Crazy Little Girl’, the song is all ELO hooks and harmonies with a vocal similar to Jeff Lynne's shouty ‘On The Third Day’-era. The McCartney pop of ‘Maybe If You Stayed’ has that incredible Majoros solo and again ELO like harmonies. But it's not all Lynne references and there's still XTC nods. ‘We're Alright’ is classic Partridge and Majoros does his Dave Gregory bit to perfection. The ballad, ‘Guess I'm Crazy’, is pure Eric Stewart and they go funky with ‘You Can Get More Than This’ with its great keyboard solo. ‘Don't Be Losing Your Game’ is a kind of dancing Andrew Gold and he's nicked Peter Frampton's gizmo. ‘I'm Lucky’ is one of those ballads that Macca should write and doesn't and hasn't for a long time. ‘Colour Radio’ is a great pop album.” – IDontHearASingle.com GREAT!! ... read more »
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The Stanleys
Price: $12.00
Artist: The Stanleys
Description: The Stanleys, made up of Perth power pop stalwarts Mark Di Renzo (Gigantic) and Jamie Horsburgh, together with Oslo’s Tomas Dahl (Caddy) have created a long-awaited debut album consisting of 11 songs of pure power pop bliss! Their catchy melodies, lush harmonies and crunching guitars will have you singing and dancing along no matter how hard you try to resist. “Power Pop is a broad church these days and away from the pointless arguments of what is and isn't, but this self titled debut is as good an example of what is as any around. I get a similar thrill listening to it as I did when I first heard the Somerdale album last year. It's also nice personally to be back on familiar territory and first and foremost, Power Pop is what I do and I have in my hands, a possible album of the year for the genre. I know it isn't, but it seems ages since I've heard something so akin to the reason that I got into Power Pop. Every one of these 11 songs get you singing along to the chorus, each hooks you and starts the feet tapping. I'd heard for a few months that this release was gonna be something special, a true Power Pop album. Well…it is! This isn't Merseybeat, think New Wave 1978-1983. Not only that, but there are plenty of Glam Rock influences, particularly on songs like ‘Cigarette Glow’. I'm constantly reminded of The Plimsouls and The Romantics, although ‘What Are We Gonna Do?’ could have been written by Kimberley Rew. At other times, I'm reminded of the likes of Michael Carpenter with the chimes and hooks on ‘My World’. ‘Always’ is very Nick Piunti. ‘Hefner’ is a glammed up version of The Knack. ‘Everybody Dance’ is pure Chinn and Chapman Smokie. The album doesn't let up for the first eight of the 11 songs. Then the Somerdale comparison kicks in with ‘This Time Goodbye’. ‘Summer’ is all Brit Pop Dodgy and the closing ‘Kid's Gonna Rock’ is a real teen anthem. All this ignores ‘Amy’, the opening song and probably the best single that I've heard this year.” – IDontHearASingle.com So Don, you DO occasionally hear a single! GREAT!!!! ... read more »
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Beatlesque Station
Price: $9.00
Artist: Alan Bernhoft
Description:

Alan's fifth collection of Beatlesque style songs is another well-done homage that’s dedicated to the love and peace inspired around the world by who els ... read more »

Closer To A Ghost
Price: $12.00
Artist: A View Of Earth From The Moon
Description:

A View of Earth from the Moon’s debut s an unashamed mashup of noisy 90’s Britpop, uninhibited garagey rudeness, and anthemic melodies that take the listener to a place where loudness is ... read more »

Tuscumbia
Price: $12.00
Artist: Belle Adair
Description:

The breezy jangle of “Get Away,” the opening track off Belle Adair’s striking new album might not be the first thing you’ ... 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 »

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 »

The Road To Glasgow
Price: $14.50
Artist: Celsi, Bragg & Maitland
Description:

American Pop/Americana artists Anny Celsi and Nelson Bragg team up with Dublin’s Duncan Maitland to form a high-energy, high-flying trio that’s all about Brill Building hooks, Byrd ... read more »

The Joy Of Pop
Price: $10.00
Artist: Dana Countryman
Description:

Dana's fourth release (his last being the terrific “Girlsville” collection) delivers 14 perfectly realized melodic gems with the help of Klaatu's Dee Long, Dana's wife Tricia, and Matt Tyson. 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 »

Scenery For Dreamers
Price: $16.00
Artist: Daniel Wylie's Cosmic Rough Riders
Description: WOW!! Brand new release from Daniel, who is quick to proudly point out that this one’s got a Crazy Horse vibe to it – and that ain’t far from the truth folks! Daniel provides some further insight regarding what he was listening to/influenced by when writing/recording the new record – “early R.E.M. the Turtles pop...and ju ... read more »

Buddha Pesto Manifesto
Price: $10.00
Artist: Dave Caruso
Description:

The follow up to 2014’s read more »

Across The Multiverse
Price: $14.00
Artist: Dent May
Description:

WOW!!  Mississippi-born, L.A.-based read more »

Denny Isle Drive
Price: $16.00
Artist: Edward Penfold
Description:

Edward Penfold returns with the follow up to 2016’s “Caulkhead”.  A long list of collaborators were called upon ... read more »

Serious Poke
Price: $14.00
Artist: Fred Abbott
Description:

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Fresh Ice
Price: $16.00
Artist: Freewheel
Description: 70’s Guitar Rock Alert!!  Powerful guitar riffs, round refrains, a powerful and personal voice and a dynamic and forceful rhythm base are some of the virtues that Fr ... read more »

A Clip Round The Ear
Price: $15.00
Artist: Groovy Uncle
Description: For the uninitiated, Groovy Uncle isn't exactly a band, more a musical collective featuring a whole host of musos including (on this album) Allan Crockford, Jim Riley, Mole Lambert, Jon Barker and Wolf Howard with songwriter Glenn Prangnell at its centre, and often featuring Cardiff songbird Suzi Chunk. Possibly because of ... read more »

Crushing On What Might Be
Price: $15.00
Artist: Hemock Pop
Description: As a veteran of more traditional "rock" bands, Ira Merrill always wanted to make a cohesive "pop" album. So, he holed up with a Macbook Pro, pilfered microphones and preamps from frien ... read more »

Unto The Earth
Price: $17.00
Artist: Last Of The Easy Riders
Description:

From high in the Rocky Mountains, Last of the Easy Riders descend with “Unto The Earth”, it's new psych-infused country-rock long-p ... read more »

Pick Your Poison, Pick Your Blues
Price: $12.00
Artist: Latvian Radio
Description:

Brand new release – their sixth!  Latvian Radio has created their own brand of critically acclaimed indie-power pop; since the release of th ... read more »

Picasso On A Log
Price: $6.00
Artist: Magpie
Description:

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

Mapache
Price: $15.00
Artist: Mapache
Description:

Close your eyes and imagine the Everly Brothers wearing Tied Dyed Nudie Suits. Okay, now open them. There's Mapache. read more »

Exposure & Response
Price: $11.00
Artist: Mo Troper
Description:

On his sophomore effort, which begins with the bombastic “Rock and Roll Will Change The World,” it’s hard to tell whether Mo Troper is hopelessly nostalgic for an era he nev ... read more »

Once & Future Band
Price: $15.00
Artist: Once & Future Band
Description:

The eponymous debut of a group founded by multi-role players read more »

Pretty, But Killing Me
Price: $12.00
Artist: Pacific Radio
Description:

Pacific Radio’s sound is an infectious mix of energetic garage rock. read more »

Songs Of Our Times
Price: $16.00
Artist: Paul Messis
Description:

VINYL-ONLY RELEASE (COMES WITH DOWNLOAD CARD).  read more »

Prince Of Power Pop
Price: $14.00
Artist: Phil Seymour
Description:

Phil Seymour's story reads like a novel: three young hopefuls from Tulsa in love with '60s music and determined to bring back melody and pop songs to '70s rock set off for Hollywood to find fame and fortune. read more »

Today My Mind...Tomorrow The World
Price: $12.00
Artist: Rob Martinez
Description: Rob Martinez knows his way to a great melody. Weaned on a steady diet of Paul McCartney, Cheap Trick and Crowded House, he distills his influences into instantly accessible power pop classics, with each song carefully arranged and crafted to stand on its own as a hooky, hit single. The result is pure pop perfection in the g ... read more »

Smellicopter 2
Price: $6.00
Artist: Scott Brookman
Description:

Scott explains the premise behind his latest offering - “At some point I realized that the pre-legendary ‘Smellicopter’ was going to be som ... read more »

Crash Through Or Crash
Price: $10.00
Artist: Shake Some Action!
Description: On their latest release, Shake Some Action! have fired up the Rickenbackers, turned the jangleboxes up to 11 and cranking the Fenders till the tubes turned a fiery red . . .and they show no signs of slowing down ten years into their career. They recently hit the pages of Billboard for the first time when their single “The ... read more »

Shindig! Magazine - Issue #76
Price: $13.00
Artist: Shindig! Magazine - Issue #76
Description: Contains features on the 50th anniversary of Love's “Forever Changes” masterpiece, Hawkwind, Ducks Deluxe, The Monochrome Set, The Mummies, Calibor 35 and hippie pulp fiction. Of course you also get the usual sectio ... read more »

Overaging Underachievers
Price: $16.00
Artist: Smart Patrol
Description:

Here comes the debut-album by just maybe thee best power pop band that’s ever seen the light of day in Germany!!!  The band may be pretty new, but the names might jus ... 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 »

Backlash
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Betterdays
Description:

The raw Rhythm & Blues sound of The Betterdays has remained etched clearly in the memory of thousands of enthusiastic fans that heard theread more »

Seven Seasons
Price: $16.00
Artist: The Brass Buttons
Description:

We somehow missed this ... read more »

Close Counts
Price: $12.00
Artist: The Brixton Riot
Description: While not the most dangerous-sounding act on the planet, New Jersey’s read more »

Sail Me Home St. Clair
Price: $14.00
Artist: The Carousels
Description:

NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL!  Previously a 2017 vinyl-only ... read more »

Artifact: The Unreleased Album
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Choir
Description:

The Cleveland rock ‘n’ rollers made their first splash with a 1966 single (“It’s Cold Outside”) on the Canadian-American label which earned them na ... read more »

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 »

Coming On Strong: The Best Of The Deejays
Price: $16.00
Artist: The Deejays
Description:

AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2.  ... read more »

The Missing Bits Of The Direct Hits
Price: $17.00
Artist: The Direct Hits
Description:

Brand new, NUMBERED, LIMITED EDITION, 17-track archival release from these absolutely ace (and persona fave) British Mod-sters that features lost and previously unavailable material, including very early materia ... 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 »

College Heart
Price: $16.00
Artist: The Earthmen
Description: “College Heart” is an 18 track retrospective compilation of the best recordings by 1990's Melbourne guitar pop band The Earthmen.  read more »

Electric Trails From Nowhere
Price: $16.00
Artist: The Golden Rail
Description:

"Electric Trails From Nowhere”" is the debut album by Melbourne’s The Golden Rail but it is also the culmination of a 30 year writing partnership between p ... read more »

Whatever It Takes
Price: $14.00
Artist: The James Hunter Six
Description:

We’ve always a soft spot for melodic soul/r&b of the 60’s.   ... read more »

Live In Berlin
Price: $18.00
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 »

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 »

Songs From Another Time
Price: $16.00
Artist: The Lemon Clocks
Description:

If psychedelic rock served with a heaping side dish of power pop and 60’s-influenced garage rock makes your heart flutter, then the Lemon Clo ... read more »

Smoke
Price: $13.00
Artist: The Morning Line
Description:

NEW RELEASE ON THE KOOL KAT LABEL!  After an eight-year hiatus, The Morning Line is back making guitar pop in San ... read more »

Evolution: From Woody’s Truck Stop To Nazz 1966-1968
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Nazz
Description:

Woody's Truck Stop came together in Philadelphia, in late May 1966. As young teens, drummer Bob Radeloff and guitarist Alan Miller had been a ... read more »

Welcome Aboard
Price: $16.00
Artist: The On and Ons
Description: The second album from the The On and Ons and is best described as power pop. The band's musical pedigree includes Hoodoo Gurus, Screaming Tribesmen, Paul Collins Beat, and The Barbarellas. Produced by band members Glenn Morris and Clyde Bramley, the album features 13 songs that follow and expand upon the guitar-driven and h ... read more »

Live 1969
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Remains
Description:

A little crunchy, slightly distorted, extremely wild, and just perfect! Recorded at the legendary Boston Tea Party in 1969, The Remains rip through an absolute killer of a set list, featuring road tested covers of ... read more »

Calm Before...
Price: $15.00
Artist: The Rising Storm
Description: Have you ever seen this?  It’s one of the rarest rock and roll records ever made! "’Calm Before...’ remains one of the finest and most important records by a 6 ... read more »

Blood
Price: $11.00
Artist: The Roseline
Description:

Slow burn songs stand front and center on “Blood”, the latest from read more »

Another Night: The Sire Recordings 1979-1981
Price: $26.00
Artist: The Searchers
Description: During the British Invasion, there was another Liverpool band topping the charts worldwide. The Searchers had 11 Top 40 hits between 1963 and 1966 in the UK, including 3 #1’s with “Needles And Pins,” “Sweets For My Sweet,” and ... read more »

Sweet Tooth
Price: $12.00
Artist: The Singles
Description: Their fourth album is aptly titled “Sweet Tooth.” The follow-up to 2014’s infectious “Look How Fast A Heart Can Break” is an update of 60’s/70’s power-pop that had its roots in early rock ’n’ roll and wormed its way into hearts with big, crunchy chords. In short, a record that guitar kids can wave like a flag. They introd ... read more »

Easy
Price: $13.00
Artist: The Weeks
Description:

Every serious band, regardless of their talent, needs a helping hand to move t ... read more »

Austerity
Price: $14.00
Artist: Third Of Never
Description:

Third of Never plays rock music in the manner it was intended to be played. Here on their fourth outing, Jon Dawson, CJ Grogan, Vince Grogan and Mike Polilli are joined by Kurt Reil of the Gr ... read more »

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 fol ... read more »

Twelve String High Vol. 2
Price: $17.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description: WOW!!  The explosive second volume of what we hope becomes a long-running series features 24 tracks of 12-string electric guitar mastery from these international artists (some of who ... read more »

Beat Scene '65
Price: $16.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description:

Located in Cambridge, England, The Alley R&B Club has been bringing the sounds of the 50’s and 60’s to the scooter-riding citizens of the fenlands since 20 ... read more »

How Is The Air Up There? (3CD)
Price: $25.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description:

AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2.  TO GUARANTEE DELIVERY, ALL ORDE ... read more »

I Said, She Said, Ah Cid (3CD)
Price: $25.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description:

AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2.  ... read more »

Tiddlywinks
Price: $18.00
Artist: Various Artists
Description:

LIMITED EDITION RELEASE AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 19.  TO GUARANTEE DELIVERY, ALL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BY NO LATER THAN FEB ... 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 »

Inner City Dream
Price: $19.00
Artist: Wesley Fuller
Description:

Coming a year on from the brash debut EP, “Melvista”, Wesley’s sophomore effort features twelve tracks of swirling psych, jangly pop and punchy, crunchy glam that show off his broadening sonic palette and his p ... read more »