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.
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.
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 …
The Complete Doctors of Madness 3-CD box set on RPM/Cherry Red. No apologies. This is what box sets were made for.
One of the most exciting announcements of the last year or so was the news that the MVD Entertainment Group is now handling the Bear Family catalog.
Throughout the first half of the 1970s, and on from there, too, Germany’s Brain label was one of the pillars of the Krautrock community, and more.
Michael McGear Woman (CD) (Estoteric/Cherry Red) The biggest surprise about Michael McGear’s first solo album was probably the fact that it didn’t sound like Michael McGear. Far more familiar as a member of the Scaffold et al, than a “serious” …