A wealth of atomic-powered, sock it to me R&B and rock & roll hoodoo. Barrence, possessing otherworldly pipes that range from a low feral growl rumbling the nether regions to a scream that would make Little Richard blush, belts out originals and crate-diver covers.
Wreck Your Life documents a band hitting its stride, the confidence growing as quickly as the crowds, and it holds up beautifully.
True punk mettle fearlessly cross-bred with deep country soul.
Heartbreaker is a near perfect record, the kind that never gets dated, with songs that slowly work themselves into the our subconscious musical heritage.
Mekonville 12 inch single featuring a brand new song STILL WAITING from the original lineup of the Mekons (now officially named THE MEKONS 77) and another new song HOW MANY STARS ARE OUT TONIGHT by the current MEKONS band.
Kids In The Street is the 7th album from American roots troubadour, Justin Townes Earle. After marrying, moving to various corners of the country and continuous touring with both full band and solo, Earle made time to reflect on the past few years and find new clarity.
One part rock, one part R&B, and one part Andre Williams- having fun and doing his thing! This is a soulful record, a serious record and a reflective record.
Voodoo socialist Space Rock for this moment alone! Featuring members of Wacos Brothers and Whiskeytown
As one of the earliest salvos in the great Detroit garage explosion of the turn of the century, the Detroit Cobras' Mink, Rat or Rabbit (1998) is a landmark album.
Although the band wears its influences with pride, and "STOMP" features 5 road-tested covers of songs by The Wailers, Janis Martin, The Cramps and other favorites, The Dyes approach these oldies with an irreverence and vigor that is anything but retro.
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