The Supreme Genius Of...

...King Khan & The Shrines shall be appreciated from afar

Oddly enough this is a Vice Records release. It contains 16 tracks most which were previously available. But, unless you have been able to collect all three releases by this band as well as the overseas EPs you'll find something new on this record. Enjoy.

EDIT: Have to take it down, folks, sorry. You can take our review, however, that it would be a very awesome purchase!



Muxtapes Are For Lovers

check it


psst... guess what?

Season of Sweets (2008)

they're at it again.


Suicide Summer

Well unlike my partner here I have been listening to a lot of music.. just been extremely lazy in posting it up. Not that I dont have time just been plain lazy. But heres a treat for all of you. I got a request for Headache City, for all of you who have heard of them I'm sure you'd agree that they're awsome. If you havnt well go right ahead and have youself a listen...

Headache City is a newish Windy City underground supergroup of sorts features featuring legendary Texas punk guitarist Dave Head of The Motards, his former White-Outs bandmate Mike Fitzpatrick, Lisa Roe of Cococoma, and Shit Sandwich Records CEO Norah Utley. Don’t let the name fool ya – no headache’s here – their music goes down smooth and you’ll wake up tomorrow just fine. - new york night train

Headache City - Headache City

Hey, Hey The Kids Wanna Say..

I too have not posted in quite some time, blame it on the weather! Not listening to loads of music these days, either, but I've finally found something to obsess over besides The Kills/Cheap Time.. (and Grand Ole Party).. TINY MASTERS OF TODAY!
The mini band consists of brother and sister Ivan and Ada, ages fourteen and twelve. Songs are pleasantly gritty and reminiscent of simple punk, sometimes garage songs, "Tooty Frooty" a definite signature piece for such a tribute. The supertiny duo has managed to garner tons of friends in their extremely short career-- Russell Simins of Jon Spencer Blues Explosion has played for the band and also lends drums to the band's debut Bang Bang Boom Cake. Other collaborations involve Kimya Dawson of The Moldy Peaches, Fred Schieder of The B-52's, Angelo Spencer, DJ Atsushi Numata, Gibby Haynes of Butthole Surfers, as well as Karen O and Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Karen O also directed the music video for their new single "Hologram World"


Tiny Masters Of Today- Bang Bang Boom Cake (2007)