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


Charley Crockett – Lil’ Girls Name (2018)

“This is how traditional country can feel so close to old blues and primitive rock and roll, and even Cajun music and ragtime soul settle into the equation. They’re all different, but they’re all the same because it’s the music that came before, and the music that will always be, regardless of the direction the fickle winds of trend or popular culture blow.”

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…”

Wynder K Frog – Dancing Frog (1967)

“Essentially a vehicle for Hammond organ maestro Mick Weaver, late 60s British band WYNDER K. FROG specialised in funky club Soul/Jazz. Hailing from Bolton, Lancashire, but based in London for much of their career, Mick and the band made three albums for Island Records between 1966 and 1970. These have long been coveted by Mod collectors and fans of the prestigious Island label.” Source