Our guest mixtape series returns with the fourth offering via our east coast compatriots, NYC’s Chances With Wolves: Penguin Dust – A Mixtape. As always, it’s a heady/essential brew. Chances With Wolves 4 / Penguin Dust – A Mixtape Records are magic. Some of them cast different sorts of spells from others but all of […]
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Two sons of Tommy Douglas invite you on another all-vinyl trip across the Great White North. From reflective provinces to longing territories, you’ll discover a mellow cultural mosaic of the overlooked and the unknown. And if you haven’t heard the first installment, now’s the time to get acquainted. May as well make it a double […]
Dip into this — the seventh installment of Maison Dufrene, full of young hearts and old wisdom. Cruise country backroads with Robert Mitchum in the driver’s seat and the devil riding shotgun. Along the way, breeze past soul ballads, country and folk, with side excursions into doowop and rockabilly all while gliding gently into South […]
Our collaboration with BlackForrestry continues. Witness – The End Is At Hand: Volume Three. Similar to volumes one and two, this homemade collection rounds up super-obscure, often private press, outsider psychedelic guitar and folk music from the 60s and 70s…all with the underlying theme of the Jesus People Movement. During the early 1970s the Movement […]
In addition to his website American Standard Time, Greg Vandy is the host of the long-running roots radio program The Roadhouse, on KEXP. Based in Seattle, Vandy spent the better part of two years researching Woody Guthrie’s tenure in 1941 with Oregon’s Bonneville Power Administration. In short, Guthrie was employed to promote the benefits of […]
Our ongoing collaboration with record collector and dj Daniel T (see: Skateland / Douala By Night) and Panamajack continues with Heat Wave – a 14 track medley of international funk from the 70s and 80s spanning Trinidad to Japan. Heat Wave – A Mixtape **playlist / provenance after the jump . . .
The following playlist is a celebration of Robyn Hitchcock’s first 20 years of recordings; specifically ones that, while they may be ‘accessible’, still showcase the singular nature of his creativity. Hitchcock spent his university years in the early 70s busking while seeking a band that fit his vision. The pieces were in place when he […]