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Say She She & Jim Spencer

Wrap Myself Up In Your Love

    Experience the rebirth Of Jim Spencer’s musical vision through Piya Malik’s captivating rendition in say she she’s limited 45 rpm edition of ‘Wrap Myself Up’. Malik’s artistry infuses fierce elegance into the original tune, honoring spencer’s legacy, with spencer himself featured on the B-side.


    1. Say She She - Wrap Myself Up In Your Love
    2. Jim Spencer - Wrap Myself Up In Your Love

    Various Artists

    Eccentric Soul: Consolidated Productions Vol. 1

      Operating in the farthest margins of L.A.’s cutthroat music business from 1961-1991, Mel Alexander’s Consolidated Productions was among the longest running Black-owned independent record conglomerates of the 20th century. Caught up in a confusing web of imprints— including Ajax, Angel Town, Car-A-Mel, Emanuel, and Kris—this first volume gathers 28 smoldering R&B cuts by the likes of Lee Harvey, B.B.Carter, Marilyn Calloway, Del Reys, Deb Tones, De Velles, Gene Russell ’s Trio, Jimmy “Preacher” Ellis, and Ty Karim. Remastered from the original 1 /4” tapes, Consolidated Productions Vol. I includes carefully researched annotation, discography, and photographs from a vital producer.


      1. James Foster & The L.A. Untouchables - The Time Has Come
      2. The Del-Reys - Don’t You Know
      3. The L.A Untouchables - Money Man
      4. Spider Walker - I’m Mad
      5. The Del-Reys - Walk Proud
      6. Billy Williams - So Called Friend (Oh! What A Friend)
      7. Ty Karim - Lighten Up Baby
      8. B.B. Carter - Cool It Baby
      9. Marilyn Calloway & The 4-Silvertones - My Lover
      10. Deb Tones & The Del-Reys - Knock On Wood
      11.The De Velles - Misery
      12. Ann Stacy - Don’t You Fool Me
      13. B.B. Carter - Leave Me Alone
      14. Marilyn Calloway & The 4-Silvertones - Shut Up (Demo)
      15. Jimmy “Preacher” Ellis -(C’mon) Dance To The Drumbeat
      16. The LA Untouchables- Acey Deucey
      17. Gene Russell’s Trio - Doin’ The Snake Hips
      18. The De Velles - Let’s Do The Hunch
      19. Gene Russell’s Trio - Jet Set
      20. Dynamic Duo And The Penguiness - Turkey Trot
      21. Gene Russell’s Trio - Foggy Bottom)
      22. Lee Harvey - Only True Love
      23. Lee Harvey - Need Of Love
      24. Lee Jones - I Got To See My Baby
      25. Lee Harvey - Prove It
      26. Lee Harvey And The L.A. Untouchables - My Assurance
      27. Lee Harvey And The L.A. Untouchables - If I’m Dreaming
      28. Lee Harvey - False Pride

      Majesty Crush

      Butterflies Don't Go Away

        Driven by lust-fueled limerence and drifting far from conformity, Butterflies Don’t Go Away captures Majesty Crush’s transient, yet subversive mark on the landscape of American shoegaze to come. Tracked between 1991-1995, the quartet reimagined the collapse of the American rust belt as a late-night, nail biting fever dream/revenge fantasy. This deluxe 2xLP compiles their Love 15 album, singles, EPs, and rarities, all remastered from the original tapes, with thorough annotation and visual documentation in a 24-page booklet. An immortal transcendence if there ever was one.


        1. Boyfriend
        2. Uma
        3. No. 1 Fan
        4. Brand
        5. Purr (Interlude)
        6. Seles
        7. Grow
        8. Pretty Head (Interlude)
        9. Cicciolina
        10. Penny For Love
        11. Skin (Interlude)
        12. Feigned Sleep
        13. Horse
        14. No. 1 Fan (EP Version)
        15. Worri
        16. Horse (EP Version)
        17. Sunny Pie
        18. Cicciolina (7” Version)
        19. Purr (7” Version)
        20. Space Between Your Moles
        21. Seine
        22.If JFA Were Still Together
        23. Ghost Of Fun

        Various Artists

        Beehive Breaks

          A crate staple for any lover of feminine funk, Beehive Breaks gathers 15 sultry singles from across the Numero-verse. From Sandy Gaye’s Cruella-synched “Watch The Dog That Brings The Bone” to James Brown ’s soul sister #1 Marva Whitney, teenage girl gangs The Trinikas and Promise, Miami’s queen of soul Betty Wright, plus a previously unissued belter from Chicago’s Sonics Band, Beehive Breaks picks up where sister funk left off.


          SIDE A
          Sandy Gaye - Watch The Dog That Bring The Bone
          Betty Wright - Mr. Lucky
          Marva Whitney - Daddy Don’t Know About Sugar Bear
          The Trinikas - Remember Me
          Betty & Angel - Honey Coated Loving
          Arelean Brown - I’m A Streaker Baby
          The 20th Century - Hot Pants (Part I)

          SIDE B
          Promise - I’m Not Ready For Love
          Pearl Dowdell - Good Things
          Fay Cooper - Closer Together
          Lolla Collins - Save The Children (If There Is To Be A Tomorrow)
          Soul Revival - Do What You Gotta Do
          Mae Young - You Got Me Under Your Spell
          The Ba-Roz - Come Back Boy
          Sonics Band - Second Avenue

          Andwella & Andwellas Dream

          To Dream

            Hold on to your mind! Led by Belfastborn phenom David Lewis, Andwella made three LPs circa 1970 for London’s Reflection label, redolent with Cream-y rock workouts, soaring post-Sgt. Pepper psych experimentation, and earthbound laments The Band might’ve dreamt up at Big Pink. Barely heard back then, they now conjure a popular rock fantasia to challenge the most expertly composed and orchestrated songs of the era. This deluxe set includes meticulous reproductions of the band’s 3-LP discography, plus an ephemera-packed booklet detailing Lewis’s brief moment as a downbeat songwriting visionary at the height of his powers.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. The Days Grew Longer For Love
            2. Sunday
            3. Lost A Number Found A King
            4. Man Without A Name
            5. Clockwork Man
            6. Cocaine
            7. Shades Of Grey
            8. High On A Mountain
            9. Andwella
            10. Midday Sun
            11. Take My Road
            12. Felix
            13. Goodbye
            14. Hold On To Your Mind
            15. Lady Love
            16. Michael Fitzhenry
            17. I’m Just Happy To See You Get Her
            18. Just How Long
            19. World’s End Part I
            20. World’s End Part II
            21. Back On The Road
            22. I Got A Woman
            23. Reason For Living
            24. Shadow Of The Night
            25. She Taught Me To Love
            26. Saint Bartholomew
            27. The World Of Angelique
            28. Mississippi Water
            29. I’ve Got My Own
            30. Are You Ready
            31. Four Days In September
            32. Lazy Days
            33. People’s People
            34. Behind The Painted Screen
            35. All For You

            Various Artists

            You're Not From Around Here

              The previously unissued soundtrack to the 1964 noir, You’re Not From Around Here, discovered after 55 years in the Louis Wayne Moody archive. A hobo’s b indle full of twangy tremolo, reverb-drenched revenge, and existential echo. Songs of alienation, paranoia, dark alleys, betrayal, prison, prostitution, trains, gun play, feminine betrayal, and the dusty, lonely road of self discovery. A black and white affair trapped under the weight of a post-war technicolor allure, You’re Not From Around Here lives in a universe of moral ambiguity.

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Gene Sikora - A Song For Mary
              2. Cheryl Thompson - Black Night
              3. Bailey’s Nervous Kats - First Love
              4. Don McGinnis - Good Luck To You
              5. Shelley Duncan - Somewhere Down The Line
              6. Attila & The Huns - The Lonely Huns
              7. Alvie Self - Lonely Walk
              8. Eddy Bailes & The Cadillacs - Dark Side Of The Moon
              9. The Jades - Lost Train
              10. Hayden Thompson – 16.88
              11. Slim Martin - Haunted After Midnight
              12. The Expresso’s - Wandering
              13. Nicky Roberts - Spaceman (Out Of Nowhere)
              14. Buzz Clifford - Wouldn’t It Be Nice (To Have Wings And Fly)
              15. Houston And Dorsey - Ebb Tide
              16. Charlie Megira - Tomorrow’s Gone

              Various Artists

              They Move In The Night

                Discovered after spending 58 years on a dusty shelf in the Louis Wayne Moody Pictures vault, this previously unissued soundtrack contains a backpack’s worth of grieving guitars, somber surf, and haunting hiss, zipped tight with the teeth of abandonment, dashed dreams, moral ambiguity, fate, tearful goodbyes, and lukewarm diner coffee. Because the long arm of society nips at their heels... THEY MOVE IN THE NIGHT.

                TRACK LISTING

                1. Branko Mataja - Tuzna Je Nedelija
                2. Steve Waltner - Tropic Waters
                3. Bill Garland - Lonesome Guitar
                4. Red Garrison & His Zodiacs - Taboo
                5. Jody Reynolds - Tarantula
                6. The Infernos - Restless Tides
                7. The Dropouts - Purple Sea
                8. Ron Heiss & The Low Notes - Far Away
                9. Bailey’s Nervous Kats - Rumble
                10. The Travelers - Melody Of The Moon
                11. Tommy Dae’s High Tensions - Lost Horizon
                12. Johnny Blue - Crying Guitar
                13. The Floresents - Dreamtime
                14. Kay Johnson - Walk Through The Valley
                15. The Gospel Hawaiinaires - Life’s A Railway To Heaven
                16. X-Cetra - Wasn’t There

                Skip Mahoaney & The Casuals

                Your Funny Moods (50th Anniversary Edition)

                  As the empowerment of the ’60s gave way to the societal bankruptcy of the ’70s, a turned-on Black music emerged to soundtrack the agony of America at a crossroads. Tracked at DB Sound in Silver Spring, Maryland by producer R. Jose Williams, Your Funny Moods is built around the rhythms and keys of drumming wiz James Purdie. Remastered here from the original analog tapes, this 50th anniversary edition is peak group harmony soul from the Chocolate City.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  A1. I Need Your Love
                  A2. Town Called Nowhere
                  A3. Struggling Man
                  B1. Your Funny Moods
                  B. I’m Looking Away From My Past
                  B3. Seems Like The Love We Had Is Dead And Gone
                  B4. We Share Love

                  The Mystic Tide


                    A raw-nerved hybrid of elemental Merseybeat, lugubrious surf-noir and sheer sonic assault, the remarkable legacy of Long Island’s Mystic Tide has long been venerated within the ’60s garage rock pantheon, even if their existential racket only slipped out on a series of painfully rare 45s. Now, the fruit of Joe Docko Jr and friends’ cottage industry has been refurbished in best-ever sound, along with fresh insights as to how this singular brand of noise came to be.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Frustration
                    2. Why
                    3.Running Through The Night
                    4. Mystery Ship
                    5. Stay Away
                    6. I Wouldn’t Care
                    7. Psychedelic Journey (Part 1)
                    8. Psychedelic Journey (Part 2)
                    9. Mystic Eyes
                    10. I Search For New Love
                    11. You Won’t Look Back

                    Codeine & Bedhead

                    Atmosphere / Disorder

                      Twin readings from Joy Division’s post-punk gospels, on 7” for the first time. Codeine’s 1994 take on “Atmosphere” were the New York slowcore band’s final recorded moments, a glum, if not melodic, take on the Salford quartet’s requiem to solitude. On the flip, Dallas’ Bedhead tackle the opener for Unknown Pleasures, reimagining “Disorder” as jangly indie rock.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      A1 Codeine - Atmosphere
                      B1 Bedhead - Disorder

                      The American Analog Set

                      New Drifters

                        Lo-fi, low budget, and low key, The American Analog Set’s suite of hypnotic, neo-psychedelic, Texas sloth-kraut LPs appeared briefly on Austin’s Emperor Jones label and slunk quietly into the sprawling indie underground as the old millennium crested. Gathered here are 'The Fun Of Watching Fireworks', 'From Our Living Room To Yours', and 'The Golden Band albums', garnished with period b-sides, outtakes, and demos. Remastered from the original analog tapes, this early-career spanning 5xLP box includes lyrics, photos, and ephemera from the before times.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        LP1 - The Fun Of Watching Fireworks
                        1. Diana Slowburner II
                        2. On My Way
                        3. Gone To Earth
                        4. On The Run’s Where I’m From
                        5. Dim Stars (The Boy In My Arms)
                        6. Trespassers In The Stereo Field
                        7. Too Tired To Shine II
                        8. It’s Alright

                        LP2 – From Our Living Room To Yours
                        1. Magnificent Seventies
                        2. Using The Hope Diamond As A Doorstop
                        3. Blue Chaise
                        4. Where Have All The Good Boys Gone
                        5. White House
                        6. Two Way Diamond I
                        7. Two Way Diamond II
                        8. Don’t Wake Me

                        LP 3 – The Golden Band
                        1. Weather Report
                        2. A Good Friend Is Always Around
                        3. It’s All About Us
                        4. A Schoolboy’s Charm
                        5. The Wait
                        6. New Drifters I
                        7. New Drifters II
                        8. New Drifters III
                        9. New Drifters IV
                        10. The Golden Band
                        11. I Must Soon Quit The Scene
                        12. Will The Real Danny Radnor Please Stand?

                        LP 4 – Nine Legend Road
                        1. Diana Slowburner II
                        2. High Fidelity Vs. Guy Fidelity
                        3. Magnificent Seventies
                        4. Waking Up Is Hard To Do
                        5. Dr. Pepper
                        6. The Only Living Boy Around
                        7. It’s All About Us
                        8. On My Way
                        9. Thin Fingers
                        10. Living Room Incidental #2 / The Corduroy Kid

                        LP 5 – Nine Legend Road
                        1. Where Did You Come From?
                        2. Too Tired To Shine I
                        3. Queen Of Her Own Parade
                        4. Mellow Fellow
                        5. You Don’t Want Me To Arrive, Do You?
                        6. What Are We Going To Tell Guy?
                        7. Where Did You Come From (Reprise)

                        Various Artists

                        Eccentric Soul: The Forte Label

                          From 1967-1980, Kansas City’s Forte Records captured nearly every iteration of popular Black music; basement beehiver-y from The Ray-Ons and Four Darlings, funky soul from Gene Williams Lee Harris, Louis Chachere, and The Fantastiks, downtempo disco ballads from James Whitney and Sharon Revoal, and the newly independent work of James Brown’s former Soul Sister #1 Marva Whitney.

                          Compiled here are 28 of the label’s enduring sides, contextualized with copious photos, ephemera, and essay, all housed in heavy weight gatefold jacket.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          1. Gene Williams - Don’t Let Your Love Fade Away
                          2. Lee Harris - I Am Gonna Get Your Thing
                          3. Tear Drops - I’m Gonna Get You
                          4. Louis Chachere - The Hen Pt 1
                          5. The Fantasticks - Cry Night And Day
                          6. Marva W. Taylor - I’ve Lived The Life
                          7. The Fabulous Rhythm Makers - Mini, Mini Afro Twist
                          8. Tony Ashley And The Delicates - I’ll Never Be Satisfied
                          9. The Rayons - You Confuse Me Baby
                          10. The Four Darlings - Baby Your Love Is Amazing
                          11. Lee Harris - Lookin’ Good
                          12. Marva Whitney - Daddy Don’t Know About Sugar Bear
                          13. Gene Williams - Whatever You Do (Do It Good)
                          14. Everyday People - Is It Really That Bad
                          15. The Rayons - Baby Be Good
                          16. Tony Ashley And The Delicates - All Along I’ve Loved You
                          17. Lee Harris - I’ve Got To Have Somebody’s Love
                          18. Everyday People - Super Black
                          19. James Whitney - With Fun In My Life
                          20. Sharon Revoal - Reaching For Our Star
                          21. Marva W. Taylor - Nothing I’d Rather Be (Than Your Weakness)
                          22. The Four Darlings - Give Me Love
                          23. Unknown Artist - Dearest Lover
                          24. The Fantasticks - Live And Let Live
                          25. The Fabulous Rhythm Makers - Ya Gotta Be Doing It
                          26. Lee Harris - Skate Boogaloo And Karate Too
                          27. Tear Drops - Don’t Fade Away
                          28. Marva Whitney And Ellis “Gripey” Taylor - We Need More (But Somebody Gotta Sacrifce)

                          Various Artists

                          Eccentric Soul: The Shoestring Label

                            Operating in a basement studio at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, pipeline man Howard Neal and his appropriately named Shoestring label was Alton, Illinois’ answer to a question no one asked. Pressed in minuscule numbers and barely outside the 62002 zip code, the singles by The James Family, Jimmie Green, Pete & Cheez, and Carletta Sue are prime examples of cosmic midwestern disco in search of a break. This heavy weight 10-song LP is housed in a tip-on sleeve, and includes an essay and imagery that complete the picture of this pure expression of small- town soul.

                            TRACK LISTING

                            1. The James Family - We’ve Got It Made
                            2. Jimmie Green - Let Yourself Go
                            3. Pete & Cheez - You And Me
                            4. Howard Neal And Friends - A Broken Heart Will Mend
                            5. Howard Neal - Disco Fever
                            6. Jimmie Green - Dance
                            7. Pete & Cheez - So Smooth
                            8. Carletta Sue - You Keep Holding Back On Love
                            9. Jimmie Green - I Need You So
                            10. Howard Neal And Friends - You’re All The Woman I Need
                            11. The James Family - Radio Promo


                            Some Boots

                              On 2002’s Some Boots, Boston indie rock trio Karate further plumb the depths of their omnidirectional musical explorations. Every chord and beat works to deepen the pensiveness of Geoff Farina’s impressionistic lyrics, that explore the emotional complexities of nostalgia. The eight-song LP is housed in a tip-on jacket, and includes a replica lyric sheet for the original kids and spies alike

                              TRACK LISTING

                              SIDE A
                              1. Original Spies
                              2. First Release
                              3. Ice Or Ground?
                              4. Remain Relaxed

                              SIDE B
                              1. In Hundreds
                              2. Airport
                              3. Baby Teeth
                              4. South

                              Skullcrusher / The Hated

                              Split 7"

                                Never said it’d be like this, right? Skullcrusher’s 21st century rendering of The Hated’s 1985 early emo blueprint “Words Come Back” reinvents the song as subtle, ambient folk music. The flip features two versions of the original, including Dan Littleton’s home demo, cut in a maddening double groove, and housed in an elegant black and silver sleeve, with embossed braille lettering for the visually impaired. “This is my way of making a punk song,” Skullcrusher’s Helen Ballentine said, “ignoring structure and letting everything just pour out—though quite a bit quieter.”

                                TRACK LISTING

                                A1 Skullcrusher - Words Come Back
                                B1 The Hated - Words Come Back
                                B2 The Hated - Words Come Back (Piano Version)

                                Various Artists

                                Eccentric Soul: The Saadia Label

                                  After the fall of the Deep City label, Rocketeers bandleader Frank Williams set up shop under the name of his twin daughters Saadia and Giwada and got to work reinventing the Miami Sound. Tracked between 1968-1970, this LP gathers 15 of Saadia’s funkiest and deeply soulful moments, featuring Pearl Dowell, Joey Gilmore, Little Beaver, Frank Williams’ Rocketeers, Robert Moore, Brother Williams, and Sam Baker. Your next sample, first dance, workout jam or closing credits is buried in here somewhere.

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  1. Pearl Dowell - It’s All Over
                                  2. Little Beaver & The Rocketeers -
                                  Everybody Has Some Dues To Pay
                                  3. Robert Moore - Just Can’t Help Myself
                                  4. Little Beaver & The Rocketeers - Do Right Man
                                  5. Brother Williams - Right On Brother
                                  6. Pearl Dowell - Good Things
                                  7. Joey Gilmore - Somebody Done Took My Baby And Gone
                                  8. Little Beaver & The Rocketeers - Blind Man
                                  9. Joey Gilmore - Girl Your Best Friend Done Took Your Place
                                  10. Robert Moore - Everything’s Gonna Be Alright
                                  11. Little Beaver & The Rocketeers -
                                  Do It To Me One More Time
                                  12. Thunder Lightning And Rain - Super Funky
                                  13. Brother Williams - Cold Sweat
                                  14. Joey Gilmore - Blind Man
                                  15. Sam Baker - Do Right Man

                                  Joanna Brouk

                                  Sounds Of The Sea

                                    Joanna Brouk’s most ambitious recording, Sounds of the Sea is a concept album full of mystery and eroticism. A conch shell bookends this journey into the deep, going down and down and down further, never reaching bottom. Drawing inspiration from various legends of mermaids and sailors, Brouk weaves circling flutes, vocals, drones and whale songs to describe a sense of unfathomable longing more clearly than words could ever express. Sounds of the Sea is a hypnotic and profound achievement by one of new age’s greatest composers.

                                    TRACK LISTING

                                    SIDE A - Atravesta
                                    1. Invocation
                                    2. Atavesta
                                    3. Playing In The Water
                                    4. Aurora
                                    5. Diving Deeper, Remembering Love
                                    6. Going To Sleep

                                    SIDE B - The Sailor And The Nymph
                                    1. The Reminder Of Long Ago
                                    2. The Nymph Rising
                                    3. Calling The Sailor
                                    4. First Meeting
                                    5. Touching The Sky
                                    6. The Sounding
                                    7. Return To The Deep

                                    The Belles

                                    Melvin / Come Back

                                      The Tiara label gets the Numero treatment. North Miami Beach’s The Belles were remarkably free of any masculine influence - an all-girl, teen rock band who played instruments, wrote songs,and were a good representation of multiculturalismin the 1960s. The Belles’ lone single featured ‘Melvin’, a gender swapped rewrite of Them’s ‘Gloria’, backed with Come Back’ Pure representation of girls in the garage.

                                      TRACK LISTING

                                      1. Melvin
                                      2. Come Back

                                      The Contessas

                                      Broken Heart / Gimme Gimme

                                        The E Records label gets the Numero treatment. Beehive sisters The Contessas only experienced afraction of what could have been. Both ‘Broken Heart’ and ‘Gimme Gimme’ simply describe their short-lived experiences through ghostly string, soulful vocals, and funky rhythms.

                                        TRACK LISTING

                                        1. Broken Heart
                                        2. Gimme Gimme

                                        Vickie & The Van Dykes

                                        I Wanna Be A Winner / Outcast

                                          New York’s Cleopatra label gets the Numero treatment. Hailing from Tommy Falcones swarm, Beehive lead Vickie & The Van Dykes were the sound of the coming youth revolt - Vickie had rock ‘n’ roll inher bones and rawhide in her voice. ‘I Wanna Be a Winner’ and ‘Outcast’ were songs tailored to her rebellious personality.

                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          1. I Wanna Be A Winner
                                          2. Outcast

                                          Various Artists

                                          Skyway Soul: Gary, Indiana

                                            A sonic snapshot of America’s steel capital, developed in the prosperous cavern between the departure of the Jackson 5 to Motown and the collapse of U.S. Steel, Skyway Soul is a love letter to Gary, Indiana. Featuring The New Day, El Anthony, Nate Evans, Sky’s The Limit, Wilton Crump, Lost Weekend, General Lee, Krash Band, Billy Foster & Audio, I.N.D., and Junei, this double album collects 21 lost songs from the southern-most tip of Lake Michigan. Housed in a deluxe tip-on gatefold jacket, with a 16-page booklet crammed with photos, ephemera, and an indepth essay from Jake Austen, Skyway Soul connects the dots between The Spaniels, Michael Jackson, and Freddie Gibbs. Don’t forget to pay the toll.

                                            TRACK LISTING

                                            1. The Newday - Wait A Minute Girl
                                            2. El Anthony - I Want To Be Together With You
                                            3. Nate Evans - Main Squeeze
                                            4. El Anthony - Sweet Jo-Ann
                                            5. Sky’s The Limit - Don’t Be Afraid
                                            6. Nate Evans & Mean Green - The Look On Your Face
                                            7. Wilton Crump - Give Your Love To Me
                                            8. Lost Weekend - The Bridge Of Love
                                            9. Wilton Crump - Think It Through
                                            10. The Krash Band - So I Can Make This Change
                                            11. El Anthony - We’ve Been In Love Too Long
                                            12. General Lee & Lost Weekend - Trouble
                                            13. General Lee - Pleasure
                                            14. Billy Foster - I Need Your Love
                                            15. Into New Dimensions - Stay Sweet
                                            16. General Lee - Magic
                                            17. Junei - Let’s Ride
                                            18. Into New Dimensions - You Just Be You
                                            19. Billy Foster - Night Music
                                            20. Into New Dimensions - Everybody Likes To Do It
                                            21. General Lee & The Space Army Band - We Did It Baby (Part 1)


                                            Remote Echoes

                                              Culled from half a decade of home four-tracking, Remote Echoes is a hissy, crumbly, and ungrounded expression of Clay Parton and Canaan Amber’s ongoing Duster project. A mix of cassette only demos released under the banners Christmas Dust and On The Dodge, this 14 track album also includes a bevy of previously unissued stragglers. Duster’s unique blend of fuzzy guitars, bargain synths, muffled percussion, and hushed vocals anticipated chillwave, mumblecore, and corecore, elegantly illustrating the holy trinity of slacker vices: cigarettes, coffee, and the weed supreme.

                                              TRACK LISTING

                                              1. Before The Veil
                                              2. Cigarettes And Coffee
                                              3. The Weed Supreme
                                              4. Untitled 59
                                              5. I Know I Won’t
                                              6. Moon In Aries
                                              7. Glue
                                              8. Testphase
                                              9. Lost Time
                                              10. Strange
                                              11. The Mood
                                              12. Country Heather
                                              13. Untitled 84
                                              14. Darby

                                              LaJohn & Sheela & Magic Touch

                                              Too Far Gone B/w Everybody's Problem

                                                Chicago’s Magic Touch label gets the Numero Group treatment. Available for the first time ever on 7”, Boogie Holy-Grail “Too Far Gone” has been “Too Hard To Find” on the second hand market since first introduced to the masses via the legendary cratesmith Mark Grusane of Mr. Peabody Records. Rare Groove Windy City Disco at its finest sliced, diced and remastered for maximum dancefloor potential. 

                                                Maxx Traxx / Third Rail

                                                Maxx Traxx / Third Rail

                                                  There was one irrepressible Chicago club act that refused to be replaced by any DJ’s sound system. Maxx Traxx (and Third Rail before them) were a scene unto themselves in the early 80s, happening live on-stage five-plus nights a week somewhere in the 312. Their two LPs, both recorded in 1982, are a sheer energy ride almost too explosive to be captured by studio tape. And yet these two stone classics would remain unanswered by a city as it moved determinedly toward the motorik sound of house. Hop the turnstile and move with this complete document of Chicago’s last great club band told in detailed text, newly revealed photos, and complete studio recordings painstakingly remastered.

                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                  Side A
                                                  1. Don’t Touch It!
                                                  2. You & I
                                                  3. Tell Me
                                                  4. Time Has Come
                                                  Side B
                                                  7. Lets Have A Party
                                                  8. Living Without You
                                                  9. To Be With You
                                                  10. Let Me Love You
                                                  Side C
                                                  7. Reachin’ For It
                                                  8. Just Had To Tell You
                                                  9. If You Want It (You Can Have It)
                                                  Side D
                                                  7. Let Me Love You
                                                  8. Living Without You

                                                  Various Artists

                                                  V4 Visions: Of Love & Androids - National Album Day 2023 Edition

                                                    In the midst of the UK house rave-olution of the early-’90s, London’s V4 Visions imprint documented the confluence of street soul, deep house, swingbeat, and jungle sounds emanating from the clubs and pirate radio signals. Over the course of half a decade, V4’s unparalleled 12” output referenced every significant Black British music scene; from lovers rock to jazz-funk, sound system reggae to hip hop, new jack swing to garage, from artists Ashaye, Julie Stapleton, Maureen Mason, Rohan Delano, The Wades, and Endangered Species. This 18-track double LP is the first critical overview of the label, with extensive notes by Simon Reynolds, era-defining photographs, and fresh remasters, all housed in a glorious foil-stamped gatefold tip-on sleeve. Is this a dream?

                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                    1. Maureen Mason I'm Believing (In Love Again)
                                                    2. Ashaye What's This World Coming To
                                                    3. Julie Stapleton Just Dreaming
                                                    4. Ashaye Dreaming (Original Mix)
                                                    5. Julie Stapleton (Feat. Ashaye) All The Way (Guitar Mix)
                                                    6. Maureen Mason If This Is A Dream
                                                    7. The Wades Get Off That (Poison)
                                                    8. Ashaye Come Go With Me
                                                    9. Julie Stapleton Where's Your Love Gone (Remix)
                                                    10. Rohan Delano The Way I Love You
                                                    11. Ashaye Dreaming (Jungle Mix)
                                                    12. Endangered Species Just A Memory (Vocal Mix)
                                                    13. Endangered Species Endangered Species
                                                    14. Insight (Feat. Ashaye) Fantasy (Insight Mix)
                                                    15. Ashaye Nowhere To Run (Instrumental South Side Mix)
                                                    16. Insight Paradise (Para Dub)
                                                    17. Jungle Biznizz Joy In The Jungle
                                                    18. Rohan Delano Inflight


                                                    Stratosphere - National Album Day 2023 Edition

                                                      Best listened to from inside the womb, Duster’s 1998’s debut Stratosphere simultaneously capped off and reinvented the slow core’s first wave. A four track dreamscape that will wake the neighbors and then lull them back to sleep. Hazy, arpeggiated guitars layer over a deliberate drummer with no real place to be, as semi-inaudible vocals warn of millennial malaise and subtly encourage the listener to “rock out, rock out, rock out, rock out.”

                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                      SIDE A
                                                      1 Moon Age
                                                      2 Heading For The Door
                                                      3 Gold Dust
                                                      4 Topical Solution
                                                      5 Docking The Pod
                                                      6 The Landing
                                                      7 Constellations
                                                      8 The Queen Of Hearts
                                                      SIDE B
                                                      9 Two Way Radio
                                                      10 Inside Out
                                                      11 Stratosphere
                                                      12 Reed To Hillsborough
                                                      13 Shadows Of Planes
                                                      14 Earth Moon Transit
                                                      15 The Twins/Romantica
                                                      16 Sideria

                                                      Various Artists

                                                      Eccentric Boogie

                                                        Numero are at it again! Hand delivering you the finest curation of rare and sought-after boogie tracks, officially licensed and for an absolute bargain of a price! Just look at that first track alone - Maxx Traxx's "Don't Touch It!" - part of a double A-side 7" released on Pulse in 1982 and going for arond £200 a copy... and that's just the start. This truly is a special collection - meticulously compiled by the Numero crew who you feel must have had to do alot of leg work aquiring the licenses and master tapes of this mighty collection. It's not all just high value for the sake of it either - Donnell Pitman's "Burning Up" remained unreleased till the label unearthered in around 2015, Ronnie Robbins' "Contagious" another example, completely unreleased until discovered and released by Numero - just where are they finding this stuff?!

                                                        A completely essential purchase for any boogie lover and another wonderful addition to the Numero catalogue. Highly recommended!  

                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                        SIDE A
                                                        1. Maxx Traxx - Don’t Touch It!
                                                        2. Stylle Band - If You Love Me
                                                        3. Home Boy And The C.O.L - I Saw You Dancing
                                                        4. Unit Three - Lets Boogie Tonight
                                                        5. Steven - Quick
                                                        SIDE B
                                                        7. Donnell Pitman - Burning Up
                                                        8. Duke D - Lady Luck
                                                        9. Ronnie Robbins - Contagious
                                                        10. Pete & Cheez - You And Me
                                                        11. Contrast - Slippin’ In The Night

                                                        Pot Valiant

                                                        Never Return

                                                          Loitering on the same Berkeley streets that birthed Green Day, Operation Ivy, and Crimpshrine, Pot Valiant (AKA Vagrants) developed their own style of Gilmangaze in the early-’90s. Compiled here are the band’s Lookout and Sunny Sindicut 7”s, Transaudio LP, comp tracks, and three previously unissued songs. Remastered from the original tapes, this 2xLP package is housed in a tip-on gatefold sleeve and includes a 20 page booklet crammed with notes, flyers, and photos of this staple of outsider emo.

                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                          1. Nugget Killer
                                                          2. Tapir
                                                          3. Oar
                                                          4. Low Dexterity Points
                                                          5. This Heaven Has Bars
                                                          6. Sick
                                                          7. Going
                                                          8. Last Sun
                                                          9. Untitled (Unfinished)

                                                          1. Volar
                                                          2. Low Dexterity Points (Single)
                                                          3. Loud Street
                                                          4. Wood
                                                          5. Mythmaker’s Office
                                                          6. Cell
                                                          7. Open Book
                                                          8. Gone
                                                          9. Alone
                                                          10. Civilization Was
                                                          11. Used
                                                          12. Berth

                                                          Mind & Matter

                                                          1514 Oliver Avenue (Basement) - 2023 Reissue

                                                            Boasting a perfectly calibrated vocal quartet, an aggressive rhythm section, and stacks of Rhodes, Rolands, and Hammond keyboards, Mind & Matter were instrumental in creating the Minneapolis Sound. Tracked in 1977, this bundle of never-before-released basement demos throw Jimmy Jan Harris’ beloved Philadelphia Sound into an unfinished root cellar, pelting it with Clavinet attacks, disco skats, and infectious hooks. Named for the street address of its underground uptown genesis, 1514 Oliver Avenue (Basement) is an organic alternative to a late-’70s Prince songbook gone increasingly synthetic.

                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                            1. No One Else Can Do It To Me Baby
                                                            2. The Wonder Of It All
                                                            3. My Love Is Like A Fire
                                                            4. I Don’t Know Why (I Love You Like I Do)
                                                            6. Disco Child
                                                            7. When You’re Touching Me
                                                            8. Would Be Mine
                                                            9. Virgin Lady

                                                            Shira Small

                                                            The Line Of Time And The Plane Of Now - 2023 Reissue

                                                              Real people music recorded at a Quaker Boarding school in the mid-’70s. Mixing soft psych, vocal jazz, and sunshine soul, Shira Small and her high school music teacher Lars Clutterham created a peerless artifact of outsider magic. Imagination, wonder, the existential dread of Vietnam and math class and getting caught smoking weed in Nixon’s America… it’s all here. Is your life alright?

                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                              1. Lights Gleam Lonely
                                                              2. Here I Stand
                                                              3. Cool Dude
                                                              4. My Life’s All Right
                                                              5. I Want To Lay With You
                                                              6. Eternal Life
                                                              7. Gimme Magic
                                                              8. Touch Of Blue
                                                              9. Fingerpainter
                                                              10. In An Open Field

                                                              Various Artists

                                                              Eccentric Northern Soul

                                                                Northern soul floor fillers of the Eccentric variety. Compiling 17 handpicked gems from across the Numeroverse, this album keeps the faith for both newcomers and veterans alike. Soaring vocals, driving beats, and syrupy strings... expect a blend of classic Motown-inspired sounds with a unique British flair that is sure to get your feet moving. The only northern soul record you’ll ever need. 

                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                1. Out Of Sights - Tears Don’t Care
                                                                2. The Sequins - He’s A Flirt
                                                                3. Helene Smith - Thrills And Chills
                                                                4. Morris Chestnut - Too Darn Soulful
                                                                5. The Sensations - Demanding Man
                                                                6. The Extremes - How I Need Your Love
                                                                7. Ed Crook - That’s Alright
                                                                8. Carl Henderson - That Girl
                                                                9. Bob & Fred - I’ll Be On My Way
                                                                10. Elvin Spencer - Lift This Hurt
                                                                11. Syl Johnson - One Way Ticket To Nowhere
                                                                12. Eula Cooper - Standing By Love
                                                                13. Barbara Stant - My Mind HoldsOn To Yesterday
                                                                14. Ty Karim - Lighten Up Baby
                                                                15. Stormy - I Won’t Stop To Cry
                                                                16. Royal Jesters - Use Your Head
                                                                17. Otis Brown - I’m Ready For Love

                                                                Ponderosa Twins + 1

                                                                Bound B/w I Remember You

                                                                  An American soul vocal group that would go on to shape the sound of pop music much farther beyond their imaginations, Numero is proud to present the first official American 45’ repressing of the Ponderosa Twins + 1 original 1971 release of Bound b/w I Remember You.

                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                  A. Bound
                                                                  B. I Remember You


                                                                  Barely Real - 2023 Reissue

                                                                    After the scrapped Dessau sessions in1992, Codeine returned with an EP of icy and effervescent tracks. Clocking in at a brisk 25 minutes, the six-song 12” features drummer Chris Brokaw’s final recordings with the group, plus noisy guitar from Bitch Magnet’s Jon Fine and a solo piano arrangement from Bastro’s David Grubbs. Remastered from the original analog tapes and recreated in painstaking detail, Barely Real is the slow core classic your therapist warned you about. “As far away from traditional rock & roll heart as a post-stellar universe is to the Big Bang.”—The Quietus

                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                    1. Realize
                                                                    2. Jr
                                                                    3. Barely Real
                                                                    4. Hard To Find
                                                                    5. W.
                                                                    6. Promise Of Love


                                                                    The White Birch - 2023 Reissue

                                                                      A white ship sailing in a sea of blackness, Codeine’s swan song arrived in 1994amid grunge’s ascension to alt radio’s godhead status. John Engle’s guitar alternates between crystalline and sludge, and Stephen Amersham’s distorted bass floats on top of punishing drums from newcomer Doug Scharin (Rex, June of44), resulting in nine perfect meditations on the loneliness and uncertainty of early adulthood. “Codeine’s unyielding numbness creates its own kind of warmth — the feeling of cold water running for so long that it suddenly feels hot.” —Spin

                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                      1. Sea
                                                                      2. Loss Leader
                                                                      3. Vacancy
                                                                      4. Kitchen Light
                                                                      5. Washed Up
                                                                      SIDE B
                                                                      6. Tom
                                                                      7. Ides
                                                                      8. Wird
                                                                      9. Smoking Room


                                                                      Frigid Stars - 2023 Reissue

                                                                        The drowsiest and earliest inklings of the slow core movement can be traced to Codeine’s 1991 debut. Combining the Louisville scene’s relaxed tempo with doom metal’s distorted slurry, the album is a depressing masterpiece of hushed vocals, noisy guitar, and punishing drums. Remastered from the original analog tapes and recreated in painstaking detail, Frigid Stars LP is the NYC trio’s fuzziest and most affecting work. “A deft musical approximation of the sound of water turning to ice, the guitars are so weighed down with distortion that they struggle to march from one chord to the next.”—Pitchfork

                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                        1. D
                                                                        2. Gravel Bed
                                                                        3. Pickup Song
                                                                        4. New Year’s
                                                                        SIDE B
                                                                        5. Second Chance
                                                                        6. Cave-In
                                                                        7. Cigarette Machine
                                                                        8. Old Things

                                                                        Andre Gibson & Universal Togetherness Band

                                                                        Apart: Demos (1980-1984)

                                                                          Recorded in various basements and professional studios around Chicago between 1980 and 1984, the Apart Demos documents 12 intimate and stripped-down sketches, demos and unreleased tracks by Andre Gibson and the Universal Togetherness Band as they pivoted to solo careers. From heartfelt tributes to lovers adorned by a silky Fender Rhodes to disco party-starters about spiritual gratitude, Andre Gibson universally lets us into his heart and brings it all together in the end.

                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                          1. All My Pals
                                                                          2. Thankful For You
                                                                          3. Love Changes Life’s Changes
                                                                          4. Bring Me Home
                                                                          5. Call Me
                                                                          6. Valentine Lover
                                                                          7. Don’t It Feel Good
                                                                          8. I Wanna Take You Away
                                                                          9. Stuck On A Thrill
                                                                          10. Say I Will (Ft. Dawn Brooks)
                                                                          11. Breakaway
                                                                          12. I’m Falling

                                                                          Bailey's Nervous Kats

                                                                          The Nervous Kats - 2023 Reissue

                                                                            Isolated at the rural fringe of Northern California, Bailey’s Nervous Kats took Shasta County by storm in the early ’60s. Combining surf, rock n’ roll, exotica, and R&B, the Kats were a teenage dream draped in Magnatone amplifiers and crisp white polo tees. Their self-titled—and only—LP came at the dead end of the band’s run, issued on Orville Simmons’ one-shot Emma imprint in 1965. The mid-century modern LP of your dreams.

                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                            1. Surf Express
                                                                            2. Cobra
                                                                            3. First Love
                                                                            4. Five Fingers Of Scotch
                                                                            5. Chong
                                                                            6. Pandora
                                                                            7. Simba
                                                                            8. Traveling Sam
                                                                            9. I Don’t Know
                                                                            10. Prophecy Of Love
                                                                            11. Devil’s Run
                                                                            12. Northwind

                                                                            Helene Smith

                                                                            I Am Controlled By Your Love

                                                                              Teenage melancholy from the original Miami Sound Machine. Backed by the infamous FAMU Marching 100 Band and Frank Williams’ crack shot players The Rocketeers, I Am Controlled By Your Love compiles sides from Helene Smith’s ’60s tenure with the Deep City, Lloyd, Reid, and Blue Star labels. A sweltering album of 12 deeply soulful, alternate universe hits from the First Lady of Miami Soul!

                                                                              TRACK LISTING

                                                                              1. I Am Controlled By Your Love
                                                                              2. Sure Thing
                                                                              3. True Love Don’t Grow On Trees
                                                                              4. Pain In My Heart
                                                                              5. Willing And Able
                                                                              6. Wrong Or Right He’s My Baby
                                                                              7. You Got To Do Your Share
                                                                              8. Thrills And Chills
                                                                              9. What’s In The Lovin’
                                                                              10. The Pot Can’t Talk About The Kettle
                                                                              11. Gossip Don’t Worry Me
                                                                              12. China Melody

                                                                              Dimas III

                                                                              I Won’t Love You Again / So Funny

                                                                                After branching off from The Royal Jesters in the mid-1960s, Dimas Garza attempted a solo career and reinvented himself as Dimas III. Dimas recorded three singles on the Jesters’ own Clown label, all tracked at Abie Epstein’s studio off General McMullen in San Antonio, TX. The first were ‘So Funny’ and ‘I Won’t Love You Again’, which are almost impossible to find now. Garza never did manage to break beyond the Bexar County limits, but he left a rich legacy of recordings behind for lowrider enthusiasts and obsessed collectors alike. 

                                                                                The Dreamliners

                                                                                Just Me And You / Best Things In Life

                                                                                  Southside sweethearts the Dreamliners first came into the scene as the Royaltones in 1961 when they were students at South San High School in San Antonio, TX. In 1963, label head Abie Epstein signed them to his Cobra & Jox labels, producing four singles. On the way to a studio session, Ana (Ana) Wilburn coined ‘The Best Things In Life’ on the dashboard of her car. Out popped a playful Farfisa and harmony-driven tune reminiscent of the Crystals or Ronettes. Ana also wrote and sang lead on the haunting ballad ‘Just Me and You’. A song about longing and adolescent heartache that’s perfect for any postbreakup session.

                                                                                  Lucky Rosenbloom

                                                                                  Keep Your Faith In God / Just Give It All To Christ

                                                                                    In a club scene saturated with the Minneapolis sound, Lucky Rosenbloom was searching for something different. Using Korg and Moog synths, Steinway Concert Piano and a Boss DR-110 Dr. Rhythm, he created his own funky fusion sound to spread the word of God to the mainstream. Recorded at Minneapolis’s Custom Record Studios he cut 200 copies of this elusive 45, of which only a few known copies exist. The record was promoted on his cable access TV show, ‘Lucky Mania TV’, where he encouraged kids to say no to drugs and take their vitamins.

                                                                                    The Royal Jesters

                                                                                    Take Me For A Little While / We Go Together

                                                                                      The Royal Jesters were a household name in the 1960s in San Antonio, TX. Formed by Henry Hernandez and Oscar Lawson, the group performed at school dances and downtown clubs and eventually leased and managed their own venue, the legendary Patio Andaluz. The group also started their own label, Jester Records, and recorded various singles, including a take on Vanilla Fudge’s ‘Take Me For A Little While’, with the towering Louie Escalante on lead. The group also recorded ‘We Go Together’, a group harmony classic with 16 year old Luvine Elias, Jr on a Lowrey organ.

                                                                                      Barbara Stant

                                                                                      My Mind Holds On To Yesterday

                                                                                        Eventually crowned Queen of the Norfolk Sound, Barbara Stant was just a teenager when she auditioned for Shiptown impresario Noah Biggs in 1970. A dozen sides were tracked throughout the decade, producing a body of work that stretched from deep soul to northern soul to sister funk. By 1978 disco was in overdrive, Noah Biggs was in the ground, and Stant’s career on hold. My Mind Holds Onto Yesterday is what remains.

                                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                                        1. My Mind Holds On To Yesterday
                                                                                        2. I ’m Going To Outfit You Baby
                                                                                        3. Hung On
                                                                                        4. That Man Of Mine
                                                                                        5. Unsatisfied Woman
                                                                                        6. Shadow In Your Footsteps
                                                                                        7. (You’ve Got To) Try It Again
                                                                                        8. (I Found Me A) Real Man
                                                                                        9. He’s Still Your Man
                                                                                        10. You Know I Love You
                                                                                        11. Baby I Love You



                                                                                          As Warped Tour pop-punk and American Apparel indie rock dominated the strange post-Y2K guitar-band milieu, Boston’s Karate delivered an engrossing shot of rock that constantly shifted between several shades of subterranean sounds. The quiet moments on Karate’s millennium busting fourth album carry much of that old, unbridled intensity, braided into subdued jazz melodies and slowcore restraint. Karate’s transition into rock maturity bore supple fruit with Unsolved, presented here with three previously unreleased songs.

                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                          SIDE A
                                                                                          1. Small Fired
                                                                                          2. The Lived-Yet-Named
                                                                                          3. Sever

                                                                                          SIDE B
                                                                                          4. The Roots And The Ruins
                                                                                          5. Number Six
                                                                                          6. One Less Blues
                                                                                          7. The Halo Of The Strange

                                                                                          SIDE C
                                                                                          8. The Angels Just Have To Show
                                                                                          9. This Day Next Year

                                                                                          SIDE D
                                                                                          10. Get Reborn (Rehearsal)
                                                                                          11. Old Codes (Rehearsal)
                                                                                          12. The Angels Just Have To Show (Rehearsal)


                                                                                          Moods, Modes

                                                                                            Explore the Duster universe on the far superior 45RPM format. This deluxe triple 7” box contains Duster’s first single—1997’s Transmission Flux (including “Stars Will Fall” & “Orbitron”), 1998’s Apex, Trance[1]Like (featuring “Four Hours”), plus Stratosphere’s painfully absent “Echo, Bravo” and the lost 2002 outtake “What You’re Doing To Me.” Housed in replica sleeves and placed in a sturdy two-piece box, Moods, Modes also contains a Duster-branded hanky for those who like to accessorize.

                                                                                            TRACK LISTING

                                                                                            Disc 1: Transmission, Flux
                                                                                            Side A

                                                                                            1 Orbitron
                                                                                            2 Fuzz And Timbre
                                                                                            3 My Friends Are Cosmonauts

                                                                                            Side B

                                                                                            4 Closer To The Speed Of Sound
                                                                                            5 Stars Will Fall

                                                                                            Disc 2: Apex, Trance-Like
                                                                                            Side A

                                                                                            6 Light Years

                                                                                            Side B

                                                                                            7 Four Hours

                                                                                            Disc 3: Echo, Bravo
                                                                                            Side A

                                                                                            8 Echo, Bravo

                                                                                            Side B

                                                                                            9 What You’re Doing To Me

                                                                                            Peter Barclay

                                                                                            I'm Not Your Toy

                                                                                              Peter Barclay recorded at home and produced two barely-released albums, 1990’s dreamlike Acceptance and 1992’s synth pop What Kind Of World, winning over the few who heard them. But fame outside his small circle was not to be, and Barclay was lost in the late-’90s crest of the AIDS epidemic. Rediscovered for a new generation, this is queer music at its finest.


                                                                                              Segue To Infinity

                                                                                                The definitive collection of Laraaji’s earliest works, Segue To Infinity compiles his 1978 debut Celestial Vibration and six additional side-long studio sessions from previously unknown acetates from the same period. A lengthy essay by Living Colour’s Vernon Reid chronicles the origins of Edward “Flash” Gordon, illustrated with dozens of previously unpublished photographs that capture this beautiful and elusive young artist. Full of discovery and wonderment, Segue To Infinity is a miraculous chronicle of new age’s most fabled artist.

                                                                                                TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                1. Bethlehem
                                                                                                2. All Pervading
                                                                                                3. Ocean
                                                                                                4. Koto
                                                                                                5. Kalimba
                                                                                                6. Segue To Infinity
                                                                                                7. Kalimba 2
                                                                                                8. Kalimba 4



                                                                                                  After a 19-year hiatus, Duster came back with their S/T chef-d’oeuvre in 2019. Recorded in band member Clay Parton’s garage (aka Low Earth Orbit), the record bears all the hallmarks of the band’s early work: gaunt basslines, spindly guitars, and melancholy lyrics that lurk in the background.

                                                                                                  TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                  Side A
                                                                                                  A1 Copernicus Crater
                                                                                                  A2 I’m Lost
                                                                                                  A3 Chocolate And Mint
                                                                                                  A4 Summer War
                                                                                                  A5 Lomo
                                                                                                  A6 Damaged

                                                                                                  Side B
                                                                                                  B1 Letting Go
                                                                                                  B2 Go Back
                                                                                                  B3 Hoya Paranoia
                                                                                                  B4 Ghoulish
                                                                                                  B5 Ghost World
                                                                                                  B6 The Thirteen


                                                                                                  Time Expired

                                                                                                    At the turn of the century and after three albums, Karate’s tenure within the insular east coast indie rock scene had expired, but the band was just getting started. Collected here is the band’s spacious, adventurous, and sometimes difficult second half presented in fastidious detail. This five LP box includes the trio’s Unsolved, Some Boots, and Pockets albums, a first time vinyl pressing of their Cancel/Sing EP, and recently unearthed rehearsal recordings of two unreleased tracks, all annotated by Geoff Farina’s account of Karate’s adulthood and Andy Hong’s insights into the trio’s recording process.

                                                                                                    TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                    A: Unsolved
                                                                                                    1 Small Fires
                                                                                                    2 The Lived-But-Yet-Named
                                                                                                    3 Sever

                                                                                                    B: Unsolved
                                                                                                    4 The Roots And The Ruins
                                                                                                    5 Number Six
                                                                                                    6 One Less Blues
                                                                                                    7 The Halo Of The Strange

                                                                                                    C: Unsolved
                                                                                                    8 The Angels Just Have To Show
                                                                                                    9 This Day Next Year

                                                                                                    D: Unsolved
                                                                                                    10 Get Reborn (Rehearsal)
                                                                                                    11Old Code (Rehearsal)
                                                                                                    12 The Angels Just Have To Show (Rehearsal)

                                                                                                    E: Cancel/Sing
                                                                                                    13 Cancel

                                                                                                    F: Cancel/Sing
                                                                                                    14 Sing

                                                                                                    G: Some Boots
                                                                                                    15 Original Spies
                                                                                                    16 First Release
                                                                                                    17 Ice Or Ground?
                                                                                                    18 Remain Relaxed

                                                                                                    H: Some Boots
                                                                                                    19 In Hundreds
                                                                                                    20 Airport
                                                                                                    21 Baby Teeth
                                                                                                    22 South

                                                                                                    I: Pockets
                                                                                                    23 With Age
                                                                                                    24 Water
                                                                                                    25 “The State I’m In” Aka “Goode Buy From Cobbs Creek Park”
                                                                                                    26 Cacophony

                                                                                                    J: Pockets
                                                                                                    27 Alingual
                                                                                                    28 Tow Truck
                                                                                                    29 Pines
                                                                                                    30 Concrete

                                                                                                    Blonde Redhead

                                                                                                    La Mia Vita Violenta - Reissue

                                                                                                      Art-house kosmische from the battered basements of pre-9/11 New York. Polyrhythmic screamo for underemployed Gen-Xers and trust fund weed dealers alike. La Mia Vita Violenta, Blonde Redhead’s 1995 sophomore effort, in print as a definitive single LP for the first time since… ever.

                                                                                                      “These songs combine a raw need, a ready access to neediness, with seemingly incongruous cinematic changes reminiscent of ‘60s Italian pop music and movie scores. They switch between emotional grandeur and eye scratching immediacy.” - Arto Lindsay.

                                                                                                      TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                      Side A:
                                                                                                      A1 (I Am Taking Out My Eurotrash) I Still Get Rocks Off
                                                                                                      A2 Violent Life
                                                                                                      A3 U.F.O.
                                                                                                      A4 I Am There While You Choke On Me
                                                                                                      A5 Harmony

                                                                                                      Side B:
                                                                                                      B1 Down Under
                                                                                                      B2 Bean
                                                                                                      B3 Withdraw
                                                                                                      B4 Young Neil
                                                                                                      B5 10 Feet High
                                                                                                      B6 Jewel

                                                                                                      Noise Addict

                                                                                                      10,000 Kids With Guitars

                                                                                                        THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2017 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                                                                                                        Noise Addict: 10,000 Kids With Guitars

                                                                                                        What does teen spirit smell like, anyway? It might smell something like Noise Addict. Like the real life stars of some sort of choose-your-own-adventure book about pursuing rock stardom, few bands ever led a more charmed existence, springing from the Sydney suburb of Bondi into seemingly overnight international fame as friends and collaborators of Sonic Youth, Fugazi, and the Beastie Boys. Through a combination of relentless drive, luck, and an admirable lack of self-doubt, Noise Addict spanned puberty to surpass the haters and join Radio Birdman and Nick Cave as a strange but permanent piece of Australian punk history. Cover art doubles as a working chalk board (chalk not included).

                                                                                                        This title is a Record Store Day Exclusive.

                                                                                                        TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                        1. Waves Of Love
                                                                                                        2. I Wish I Was Him (7” Version)
                                                                                                        3. Baby Shoes
                                                                                                        4. Phone Remedy
                                                                                                        5. Back In Your Life
                                                                                                        6. Mouthwash

                                                                                                        1. Pop Queen
                                                                                                        2. My Sarong
                                                                                                        3. Meat
                                                                                                        4. Loner
                                                                                                        5. She Said
                                                                                                        6. My Reasoning

                                                                                                        1. Wish I Was Him
                                                                                                        2. Body Scrabs & Bizzos
                                                                                                        3. Blemish
                                                                                                        4. 16
                                                                                                        5. The Frail Girl
                                                                                                        6. Jerk
                                                                                                        7. Exorcism Babe

                                                                                                        1. Filthy
                                                                                                        2. Cuts So Deep
                                                                                                        3. Scared
                                                                                                        4. Girlfriend
                                                                                                        5. Know You Too Well
                                                                                                        6. Let’s Lynch The Landlord

                                                                                                        Various Artists

                                                                                                        Buttons: Starter Kit

                                                                                                          This entry level compilation features 20 songs from our original 004 cd, plus two bonus cuts, new liners, tons of sleeve scans, photos, and ephemera, all housed in a spot varnished, brick-thick gatefold sleeve. Artists include New Jersey's Toms, Kennet, MO's Trend, NYC's Colors, Treble Boys, and Sponsors, Hollywood's Randy Winburn and Tommy Rock, Des Moines, IA's Luxury, San Antonio's Kids, Connecticut's Bats (featuring a young Jon Brion), and Boston's Tweeds. Attention: In celebration of our Buttons series, you can buy both NUM004 and NUM044 together with our limited edition Power Pop Buttons Pack. This pack includes 32 high quality buttons of varying sizes that feature artists from both Buttons compilations. Act fast because this set is limited to 100 and will never be made again.

                                                                                                          TRACK LISTING

                                                                                                          1. Green Hearts - Luxury
                                                                                                          2. I Need That Record - Tweeds
                                                                                                          3. All I Want - Colors
                                                                                                          4. You Need Pop - Speedies
                                                                                                          5. Like I Told You - Shoes
                                                                                                          6. In And Out Of Love - Sponsors
                                                                                                          7. Not My Girl Anymore - Bats
                                                                                                          8. She's The Girl (Who Said No) - Tweeds
                                                                                                          9. Somebody Else's Girl - Randy Winburn
                                                                                                          10. One In A Million - Luxury
                                                                                                          11. Sun - Toms
                                                                                                          12. Countdown - Luxury
                                                                                                          13. Rave It Up - Colors
                                                                                                          14. 1-2-3 - Speedies
                                                                                                          15. Hey Little Girl - Kids
                                                                                                          16. Mr. Peculiar - Bats
                                                                                                          17. (I Wanna Be A) Teen Again - Toms
                                                                                                          18. Not Easy For Me - Bats
                                                                                                          19. Julie-Anne - Treble Boys
                                                                                                          20. Dream Rocker - Tommy Rock
                                                                                                          21. Love I Can't Wait - Sponsors
                                                                                                          22. Growing Up American - Colors
                                                                                                          23. Hello Mr. Jenkins - Finns
                                                                                                          24. Things I Am - Tactics
                                                                                                          25. One Kiss - Treble Boys
                                                                                                          26. She's Hi-Fi - Trend
                                                                                                          27. Forever Through The Sun - LMNOP
                                                                                                          28. Good Time Music - Jack Stack A Track
                                                                                                          29. Sunshine U.S.A. - Randy Winburn
                                                                                                          30. House Of Horrors - Toms
                                                                                                          31. Long Time Away - Brat
                                                                                                          32. There Goes My Heart Again - Kids
                                                                                                          33. (I Feel Like A) Dictionary - Trend

                                                                                                          Various Artists

                                                                                                          Cult Cargo - Grand Bahama Goombay

                                                                                                            The second in Numero's series of exploration into the pan-American funk experience, "Cult Cargo - Grand Bahama Goombay" is a deep overview of Funky Nassau's red-headed sister city, Freeport, GBI. From 1969-1976 Frank Penn's GBI studio and label cranked out a dozen LPs and twice as many singles infected with the Miami sounds drifting in over the 100 mile strait. The catalog is a fruity blend of rake and scrape, bush, junkanoo, calypso, reggae, and of course, goombay, with a twist of American soul.

                                                                                                            Catherine Howe

                                                                                                            What A Beautiful Place

                                                                                                              The first ever compact disc issue of Catherine Howe's brilliant debut album. Produced by legendary jazz pianist Bobby Scott, the album is a pastoral blend of English countryside folk and London orchestral pop, not unlike "Bryter Layter" or "North Star Grassman And The Ravens". Originally released on Reflection Records in 1971, the much sought after album disappeared before ever hitting the racks. Booklet includes half a dozen unpublished photos and an annotated history of the LP's brief existence. This fully remastered album includes an unearthed bonus track originally intended to be included on the album.

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