Outta Here

The Gories - Outta Here
from the band that really got me into garage rock The Gories their 3rd and sadly their last LP...

The Gories - Outta Here


Exitos A Go Go

well I dont have too much time to update this anymore because of school and shit, but Ive been trying once a week for all those that still come here and visit. so enjoy.

Well I decided to go back to my Latin American roots and upload, Exitos A Go Go part 3 of the Planetary Pebbles 3 Volumes. (if anyone has the other 2 could you please share) So this volume focuses on Latin American garage bands from Mexico to Argentina. Such an amazing comp I recommend it to anyone even if you dont speak spanish. It includes a lot of forgotten bands from south of the border.

1 Los Sicodelicos - Solo Tu Nombre Puede Cortar Las Flores
2 La Tropa Loca - El Fanatico
3 Los Canarios - 3-2-1-ah!
4 Ruben Y Sus Emociones - Mari Y Juana
5 Los Naufragos - Hippies Y Todo El Circo
6 Los Hitters - El Ovni
7 Los In Mi - Pequeno Libro Rojo
8 Los Shakers - Don't Ask me Love
9 Los Romancieros - El Bueno, El Mayo & El Feo (The Good, The Bad & The Ugly)
10 Con's Combo - Vas A Perder Su Amor
11 Los Walkers - El Principe Gaetano Del Monte
12 Los Temerarios - Tema De Los Temerarios
13 Los Hooligans - Que Flojera
14 Los Creyentes De B.C. - Yo Necesito Que Vueivas
15 Los In - El Afro Esta Aqui
16 Los Walkers - Mujueres Perdidas

Exitos A Go Go


Blood Visions

Jay Reatard has been making albums for about 9 years and only now is he recieveing the credit and attention he deserves.

"Solo debuts aren’t supposed to be this good."-Dusted Mag

Jay Reatard - Blood Visions

re-up 2-21-08



ESG's DIY tracks have a raw, unfinished feel--echo-drenched vocals buried deep in the mix, jagged hen-scratch guitar, taut bass lines as infectious as mononucleosis, and reverberating layers of percussion... The group's 1981 debut single, "Moody"... is one of the funkiest songs ever recorded. - Spin

ESG remain a no-wave New York group unlike any other. - NewMusicExpress

For those who dont know, their song "Me Love For You" was covered by The Dirtbombs. While they remain relativly unknown to most people their music has been sampled by countless other artists.

ESG - A South Bronx Story