Fresh off a tour with the MC50, the Cobras were inspired to judiciously cherry-pick two soul rarities to record and press 'em hot in Detroit!
Fished from the creative well of the Years sessions, these previously unreleased Disarmers tunes continue the kissoff attitude and greasy chops of the band's most recent album.
Hey all you witches, warlocks, goblins, ghouls, DC comic nerds and sexy lumberjacks!
Have we got a trick or treat, emphasis on TREAT, for you!
Imagine the Dead Kennedys three decades on. Fiery cosmic psychobilly and retro R&B/garage tones. Sacrebleu!
William Elliott Whitmore & Esmé Patterson are both critically acclaimed and beloved by their fans for their distinct voices and style of songcraft.
Side A is a down home slice of Alabama jive, all syncopation and kazoo. It'll have you dancing around the bonfire, shoes off and your drink on...
With the Gores' recent tour, Get Hip Records released these recordings for the first time.
Recorded in Detroit at Ghetto Recorders by Jim Diamond in 2004.
Includes neat-o insert stickers for your jukebox. Classy AND convenient.
Kelly Hogan and Nora O'Connor make you swoon with a Ron Sexsmith tune while Joe Pug closes the bar with an original song
Guided By Voices' main man Robert Pollard gives us some orchestral lamenting while Bobby Bare Jr. backs him up both on both guitar and with a song on the B-side
Stone cold honky tonk! Dale Watson cranks out an original drinkin' song while JP Harris has a go at a Merle Haggard classic
Deer Tick goes all out on a Pogues classic while The Yawpers bang out a never-before released instant anthem
Banditos cover their Austin BFFs the Bad Lovers, while the Bad Lovers cover a favorite from Banditos' Bloodshot debut album
Elizabeth Cook throws down on the Dead Kennedys' "Too Drunk To Fuck" and Al Scorch pulls off a truly awesome version of Black Flag's "Six Pack"
Barrence Whitfield & the Savages reinterpret Captain Beefheart’s “Zig Zag Wanderer” and Chronics cover 13th Floor Elevators' “I’ve Got Levitation." Both songs mixed by Afghan Whigs' John Curley.