Box sets and reissue sets from Hanoi Rocks, The Feelies, Counting Crows, and others, certainly make the cut.
From Georgie Fame to Underground Jazz, Spin Cycle reviews many.
Bob Marley & The Wailers’ “Exodus,” released 40 years ago in June 1977, is a record that impacted everybody who heard it.
Important points to ponder if you’re considering collecting old reggae records; old as in 1960s or early ‘70s; and records as in original Jamaican pressings.
Arlo Guthrie shows us that folk music is always relevant.
Gene Loves Jezebel Dancing Underwater (CD) Westworld Recordings Well, isn’t this a surprise? Not the fact that Gene Loves Jezebel’s first full album since 1999’s VII is as good as you ever hoped it would be, back in their glittery-glammy-goth …
A bunch of new record reviews from Spin Cycle.
When Anita Pallenberg passed away at age 73 on June 13, all the majority of Anglo-American headline writers could think of were her ex-boyfriends, Keith and Brian.
It’s always a pleasure to welcome a player into the vinyl reissue market, especially when it’s one that pays as much attention to detail as Culture Factory.
Hawkwind Into the Woods (Cherry Red – CD) Is this a piano concerto before me? Yes, but only for a few seconds. Because then the guitars kick in, and everything else, and bow down, weakling, to the heaviest Hawkwind album …