Walter Daniels' acetate came in today and it's sounding great. Guitar playing ring a bell? Yep, that's Kid Congo Powers on slide. This will be Spacecase's 14th release.
We are pleased to announce our newest record is available now: Dan Melchior's "A Non Person" b/w "Hesitation Blues" 7" single. Full-color sleeve, featuring one Melchior original ("A Non Person") and a traditional arranged by Dan ("Hesitation Blues").
Wes at his rawest. Features Legendary Dean Beadles (Ape Shits), Yamal, Julia and JJ from Trailer Space. Weird Texas psych/punk -- synths, two guitars, one take. Recorded by Legendary Dean Beadles.
Check out this skate jam edit preview of our upcoming 7" by John Wesley Coleman and the Gaylords. Coming soon!
"The Klitz were Memphis punk ground zero." --Ross Johnson
Recorded by ALEX CHILTON and SAM THE SHAM in one three-hour blast in the summer of '78, Sounds of Memphis is the first archival Klitz release. Widely regarded as Memphis' first punk band and championed by JIM DICKINSON, The Klitz featured GAIL ELISE CLIFTON on vocals and LESA ALDRIDGE (of Big Star's Third fame) on guitar. Sounds of Memphis is a Midtown lo-fi gem. Includes a version of Chilton's "Hook or Crook."
Gail Elise Clifton - Vocals
Lesa Aldridge - Guitar, Vocals
Amy Gassner - Bass
Marcia Clifton - Drums
Couldn't Be Bothered
Hook or Crook
Spins at 45 RPMs
Thurs. Aug. 14th--The Blind Pig--Oxford, Mississippi
Fri. Aug. 15th----Quarters---Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sat. Aug. 16th--daytime instore at bric a brac Chicago, Illinois nighttime show at Coles
Sunday Aug. 17th--Buccaneer early show 7pm--Memphis, Tn.
Dutch Masters (2003-2010) were Eric Oblivian (Oblivians, Bad Times), Scott Rogers (Jenny Jeans, Perfect Fits), Talbot Adams (Royal Pendletons, Jenny Jeans, Black and Whites) and Punk Rock Pat. The Memphis, TN/Oxford, MS, group released a single on Goner Records in 2004. All In The Wires is a collection of the unreleased recordings The Dutch Masters completed for the Goner single, plus a couple of live tracks. The "studio tracks" were recorded by Jack Oblivian at the Goner Record store on an analog 4-track machine. All In The Wires contains a live version of "Fire Detector," which appeared years later on The Oblivians album, Desperation.
During their seven-year run, The Dutch Masters played with Dead Moon at the Chicago Black Out and Goner Fest. They also released a track, "8 Ball Deluxe," on a Multiball Magazine compilation. All In The Wires was pressed on black vinyl and is limited to 500 copies.