COMPILATION SPANNING THIRTY YEARS OF DAMAGED GOODS! Seems like only yesterday but it’s 30 years since the first Damaged Goods release! As part of the anniversary celebrations we’re releasing this compilation bringing together a selection of top tracks, deep cuts, lost gems and personal favourites. Punk, garage and indie are all well represented, with artists […]
HOLLY GOLIGHTLY IS BACK…With her first full band album since 2015’s Slowtown Now!
Do The Get Along features 12 songs performed by the perfect Holly Golightly band line-up of Bruce Brand (drums), Matt Radford (double bass), Ed Deegan (guitar) and Bradley Burgess (guitar). Alongide nine original tracks there are three choice covers – ‘Satan is His Name’ by Steve King & The Echelons, ‘Love (Can’t You Hear Me)’ by the Knight Bros., and ‘I Don’t Know’, originally recorded by Ruth Brown.
A brand new 7” single taken from her first solo album in 11 years!
“Seven Wonders” is taken from Holly’s forthcoming album’ Slowtown Now! It’s backed with an exclusive B-side “Nothing Lost”.
HOLLY GOLIGHTLY IS BACK…
With her first full band album since 2004’s ‘Slowly But Surely’, recorded at London’s Gizzard Studios with Ed Deegan.
10 year anniversary re-issue of Holly’s greatest album with 2 BONUS UNRELEASED tracks! Collector’s edition on 180 gsm RED vinyl and digipak CD It’s been out of stock for a while so we’ve decided to make this re-issue a little bit special. Often cited as perhaps her best solo album Truly She Is None Other was recorded in […]
Holly and Lawyer Dave are back with a limited edition live album, originally available on CD as a ‘tour only’ release until we persuaded them that it needed to be on vinyl too. This album features 10 tracks including Holly & The Brokeoffs standards like ‘’Devil Do’ ‘Medicine Water’ plus a cover of the Lee […]
Holly and Lawyer Dave are back with their third album together as Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs. ‘Medicine County’ was written and recorded on a farmhouse just outside Athens in Georgia and as Holly says it’s “peppier” than the last album, in fact there’s only one slow song on the whole album which is probably […]
Reissue of a great lost album, a collaboration between Holly Golightly & Dan Melchior that was originally released on Sympathy For The Record Industry Records from California, it’s been out of print for around eight years and Holly & Dan thought it was about time we put that right. Recorded in London and Californian in […]
‘Come on in, put your cigarettes out and have a dance’ kicks off this reissue of Holly Golightly’s second live album which was originally released in 2004 on CD only on the Sympathy For The Record Industry label in the USA, now finally available on a double 12” LP vinyl for the first time and […]
This is a reissue of Holly Golightly’s first ever live album which was originally released in 1998 on the Sympathy For The Record Industry label in the USA, now finally available on Digipak CD and 12” LP vinyl once again. ‘Up The Empire’ was Holly’s first live albums and it features thirteen tracks that was […]