taken from the upcoming 2nd full-length "America's Velvet Glory," due out on January 13th, 2017 via Innovative Leisure. The band name itself comes from the villain in Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl.”
The Molochs - "No More Cryin'" (Official Video)
also taken from the album "America's Velvet Glory"
The Go-Betweens cover, taken from 'Sleep in Doom b/w Living In My Mind' 7" (2015)
The End of Comedy is the debut album by Drugdealer, a new project conceived and conducted by Los Angeles artist Michael Collins (formerly of Run DMT, Salvia Plath) who guides a group of Angelenos through a whimsical world informed by Jean Baudrillard, social media perception, Sergio Leone’s spaghetti western vistas and Collins’ endless travels.
taken from Weyes Blood "Front Row Seat To Earth", co-produced by Natalie Mering and Chris Cohen (Mexican Summer / 2016)
The first legit reissues of these rare, stellar LP's by DC-based singer/songwriter Bob Brown. Richie Havens took Bob under his wing, produced both albums, and released them on his Stormy Forest label distributed by MGM. Although they failed to make a commercial impact at the time, cosmic-folk enthusiasts and vinyl-heads have long placed these albums in high esteem alongside the works of exploratory greats like Tim Hardin and Tim Buckley.
Now Available via Tompkins Square