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.
MEDWAY GARAGE UPSTARTS! DEBUT LP! The Shadracks are a three-piece rock n’ roll group hailing from Medway, Kent, with Babylonian overtones. Drawing lyrics from the forgetfulness and lost hope the group aims to play 40 years in the past, but with modern precision. The origins of the group date back over 6 months when Huddie […]
The story of Thee Dagger Debs starts in 2011. Back then, Laura and Letty played together in an all-girl Beat/Garage band called The Neasden Bees. Time marched onwards and in 2014 Thee Jezebels were born.
Raucous Aussie garage punky pub rock!
Amyl and the Sniffers are a punk band possessed by the spirit of seventies Australian rock.
BACK WITH A NEW LP! FEATURING THE MASONICS!
Miss Ludella Black is back with brand new LP ‘Till You Lie In Your Grave’, her follow up to 2008’s From This Witness Stand. Yes, 10 long years but worth the wait!
The Senior Service are back with their follow up to 2016’s The Girl In The Glass Case. Fans of their soundtrack inspired instrumentals will dig this new collection which features the recent 7” ‘Slingshot’ and 12 other fine cuts. Get tuned in to the twangy guitar, churning organ, pumping bass and funk drums that define The Senior Service!
She lays coiled in the dark, her smooth skin pushed hard against the coarse wicker-work of her small prison. Eyes glisten emerald green through the blackness…
Brand new album from Billy Childish’s CTMF!
“The punk was in me and it had to come out, You mite try to dismiss me as dockyard lout, but I never sort fame – I came to glory by a different rout”
Prior perception is a right nause, especially when it comes to The Galileo 7. This Kentish quartet have now been kicking out keen psych-pop nuggets since 2010, over the course of four albums and several 45s, but vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Allan Crockford’s illustrious past and parallel present, as bassist with a roll call of the greatest British bands of the past 30+ years – The Prisoners, The James Taylor Quartet, The Prime Movers, The Solarflares, Graham Day & The Forefathers – seems to have, weirdly,
Thee Headcoatees ‘Punk Girls’ reissued after 20 years, it’s one of their best and meanest records.
Reissue of the band’s fourth album, originally released on CD in 2003.
This one is on CLEAR vinyl.
THE THIRD OF THREE CLASSIC MEDWAY PSYCH-BEAT ALBUMS BY THE SOLARFLARES AVAILABLE ONCE AGAIN – ON COLOURED VINYL*