Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis – I Just Lived A Country Song (2018)

“Fulks put together a top-notch studio band for these sessions (including stellar guitarists Scott Ligon, Redd Volkaert, and Danny B. Harvey), and the audio is clear, loud, and suitably unfussy. Linda Gail Lewis may share top billing on Wild! Wild! Wild! with Robbie Fulks, but she’s not playing second fiddle to anyone; they both deliver the goods here, and if you don’t believe a 71-year-old woman can make a great rock & roll record, this album will show just how wrong you are.” Source
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Peel Dream Magazine – Qi Velocity (2018)

“Peel Dream Magazine is the nom de plume of New York City-based musician Joe Stevens…Stevens harkens back to the early 1990s, when The Velvet Underground resurged as an inspiration to a new set of bands wielding synthesizers, off-set guitars, and a political bent. The Peel Dream experience is defined by a gentle, fuzzy psychedelia — a hypnotic bit of mod-ish lo-fi pop, recalling the best of early Stereolab, Lilys, and other shaggy haired kids with vintage fuzz pedals, slim trousers, and good record collections. Stevens conjures a distinctly 90s vision of the 60s. Not the actual 60s, mind you, but perhaps a 60s daydreamed about from the creature comforts of a suburban living room. An abstraction. Shag carpet turned to bowl cut. Jean jackets — disaffected but wholesome youth. It’s not irony, exactly. It’s the love that comes from loving. And a bit of whimsy. It’s the 90s, again. Post-post.” Source

Aquaserge – My Funny Valentine (2018)


“As many of us already know, the hyper-imaginative sound of experimental pop band Aquaserge takes on an even wilder dimension on stage, and they’re viewed as one of today’s most exciting live bands. In the wake of last year’s acclaimed Laisse ça être album, here’s an opportunity to enjoy Aquaserge’s tremendous live sound. Déjà-Vous? (‘you, already?’) was created from recordings made during two shows in 2016 and 2017, for which the band was augmented by the 3-piece horn section which plays with them on specific occasions.”Bandcamp

Archie Bell & the Drells – Dancing to your music (1973)

Archie Bell & the Drells was an American R&B vocal group from Houston, Texas, and one of the main acts on Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff’s Philadelphia International Records.

“Many believe Bell was wounded in action in Vietnam while the band was still at the height of its fame, but he actually injured his leg in a truck accident while stationed in Germany…”
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