Thursday, January 18, 2018
Stoner metal band MR. PLOW have signed with Ripple Music. The influential music label will release the band's new album Maintain Radio Silence on vinyl, CD and digital formats this summer.
Label founder Todd Severin commented "I've been a huge fan of Mr Plow since their early days and I personally have all their albums in my collection, so it was a no-brainer to ask the lads to join the Ripple family. The new album is better than anything I've ever heard from them before and will definitely open up new ears and eyes in the stoner/doom community."
Bassist Greg Green also commented "I think I can speak for the entire band when I say that we're super pumped about signing with Ripple. Ripple is the only label that we ever talked about working with once we decided that this album needs more exposure than we could ever hope to give it releasing it on our own. And we're in good company--the entire Ripple roster rocks."
About Mr. Plow:
Mr. Plow formed in 1997 when Kyuss and Fu Manchu were blowing out speakers in car systems across the land. When the term “stonerrock” was joining the lexicon for music writers who needed a category for riff-based rock that was tuned down and turned up.
The band were influenced heavily by the times, but sought a different direction lyrically--instead of dark and evil, they went for pop-culture references and hooky riffs. Mr. Plow was way less about skulls and satanic imagery, and way more about good times that would be the soundtrack for summer trips to the beach or skatepark.
Mr. Plow is:
Justin Waggoner: guitar/vocals
Jeremy Stone: guitar/vocals
Greg Green: bass
Cory Cousins: drums
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Pale Grey Lore – Self-Titled
Michael Miller – Guitar/Vocals, Adam Miller – Drums, Donovan Johnson – Bass,
Xander Roseberry - Guitar
The Conjuration strange ethereal guitars heavy beats and driving riffs along with some searing lead guitar and good vocals. Life in The Hive a catchy heavy riff excellent beat and rumbling bass with some psychedelic vocals get ready to trip along. Black Sun Rise lean back and slide into space and time with some excellent Sabbath style lead guitar and slow driving rhythms. Spiders guitar feedback that just rumbles thru your body along with a very strong bass and drums beat. She Radiates starts with a tribal beat and grinding guitars that just slowly pull you down into the abyss. Ruins has a catchy riff and some 60 late 70s style of psychedelic music and vocals. Woe Betide Us slow plodding heavy metal to just take your mind off your troubles for a few minutes. Tell The Masters has a slight offbeat tempo and strange sounds of wind blowing and excellent lead. Grave Future fist pumping hard rock to just jam away to.
The Re-Stoned - Chronoclasm
LLya Lipkin - Guitar/Samples/Bass, Vladimir Kislykov- Bass
The Sirens Of Titan a strong heavy melodic beat and guitar riff with some excellent lead work. Human Without Body lots of feeling with a blues based style and some great slide work. Save Me Under The Emerald Grass heartfelt acoustic guitar with some excellent foot tapping music to just drift along with. Psychedelic Soya Barbeque fist pumping head banging slow and driving get ready to rumble. Oc44 great acoustic guitar that just grabs ahold of your very soul then a lead that just pierces you. Chronoclasm swirling synths great beats and a slid riff that just takes you on a h=journey far away. Quartz Crystals more guitar that just garbs ahold of you sit back close your eyes and trip away.
Sinoptik – Standalone Syndrome
Dmitriy Afanasiev – Guitar/Keyboards/Vocals, Dmitriy Sakir – Bass, Victor Gerchev – Drums
Standalone Syndrome is a prog rock metal song with lots of different textures it has a great riff and vocals that are influenced by Geddy Lee.
Stunted – Fault
Alex Petralia - Vocals/Guitar/Drum Machine/Bass, Eagret Hansen – Guitar, Gabe Simmons – Drums, Marisela Guizar – Saxophone
Displays(Pride) weird strange sounds surround you with a punk new wave psychedelia feel. Crave(Lust) has more of an industrial feel with lots of machinery sounds. Loaded(Gluttony) machine style beats rumbling bass and weird sounds and overdriven vocals make up this song. Green(Greed) rumbling bass and a click track that slowly builds with the rest of the instruments. Evil Eye(Envy) drum machines weird keys overdriven guitar and bass for a cacophony of sounds. Wrath more of a punk industrial feel with lots of overdriven everything. Slug(Sloth) slow plodding and evil trying to take you down to the abyss.
The Pocket Gods – 100X30 The Future Of Music
Mark Lee , Noel Story, Simon Herries, Scott Ottawat, Bill Johnson and Guests
All of the songs on here are 30 seconds long and there are one hundred songs in all. A strange almost improvised jazz meets improvised prog style this is very eclectic and not for most people.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
See, I totally love this. Forget spending a ton of money on meaningless expensive crap, Dirt Eater just want to get their scuzzy punk diatribes out there. A plain brown genric cover with some nicely placed stickers of band logo (front cover) and band photos (back cover) are all that's needed. Toss in some copied insert and we're set. That's DIY to the nth degree and massive respect.
Fortunately, the songs make even this amount of effort worthwhile. A brand of desert scuzzy, cactus fuzz punk and roll. Kinda reminds me of the dry and crusty rock of John Wilkes Booth (wonder if they're still around? ) Each song is a quasi-hardcore burst of pure adrenaline, bare melodies, a chaos of drums and scuzz, lots of scuzz. But what else would you expect from a band named Dirt Eater.
Looks like the vinyl is a compilation of the two ep's available on their bandcamp, which is a cool sampling of their dusty grooves. Particularly dig their dried-to-the-bone version of UFO's "Prince Kajuku". Nicely done.
The best thing I've ever heard? No, of course not, but fun and real. Definitely one to help support.
Deville are not new, having been on the scene for some time now, but they are new to me. And from now on, I can say, they're well known and shall forever be known to me. Originally released back in 2013, Scott was kind enough to drop this into my package when I stopped by to pick up the Lord Fowl album. Since I'd heard of the band, but couldn't remember actually ever hearing them, I wasted no time in diving right in.
What we got here is some pure, kick-ass rawk and roll, with simply killer riffs, driving rhythm and melodies meaty enough to really sink your teeth into. Combine all that goodness with some fierce guitar work and vocals that are clean, but throaty enough to hold muscle and we got all the makings of a power rock record. Won't go into the individual tracks here, but they're all simply corkers. I won't call this stoner rock, even though there is enough fuzz on the songs to make a thousand bed comforters. It's simply high-octane, guitar mad rock. Some people will throw out names like Kyuss or the Foo Fighters. I'll simply turn the album over and spin it again.
Do yourself a favor, stop over at Small Stone Records and check em out for yourself.
Monday, January 15, 2018
They first formed in Donetsk, Ukraine in 2011, and almost three years ago, they were forced to leave their home city by the war and venture forth in search of a new home. They state that, “it's a new page in our music. It's a new vision of our band.”
I don’t know what vision it is that they have, but I like where they are going with it. The mix of psych/stoner rock just grabs you as soon as you hit play. The swirling sounds, the pounding drums, the thick, but intricate bass, the excellent guitar playing and the blistering vocals made this a song that you will want to hear again and again. The song is catchy, a glorious morass that will engulf your ears and fill them with the glory of a band that is at the top of their game.
With just one song to go on, this is a fantastic journey for the band that the listener can’t help but get pulled along for the ride, and what a ride it is. Grab a bag of your fav snack food and let them take you away.
Sunday, January 14, 2018
"...Holy Grove are heavier than a plutonium whale but much friskier. Think Grand Funk, think Sabbath, think Blue Cheer, think great big riffs that stomp and thunder and terrify the pets." -Classic Rock Magazine
Atmospheric doom rockers, Holy Grove has signed with Ripple Music for the North American release of their debut album and a follow-up album due later in 2018.
The Portland-based group, released their debut via Heavy Psych Sounds, which hit the European fans in 2016 full of right-on riffs, belted-out hooks and weighted nodding groove. They then hit the road with massive West Coast and East Coast tours, took over Europe alongside future Ripple labelmates Gozu and stormed the stage in the company of Uli Jon Roth, The Obsessed, Jucifer, Lord Dying, Yob, Witch Mountain, as well as festivals like Psycho Las Vegas, Hoverfest I and II, Ceremony of Sludge, PDXPOPNOW, and California's inaugural EPICENTER festival (w/ High on Fire, Big Business, and more
Now, Ripple Music is thrilled to offer the first North American Edition of the debut album, bringing their thick tones and masterful vocals to an eager American audience. The Ripple edition of the album will be available on exclusive, limited edition multicolored vinyl, black vinyl, CD and digital. Further, the band is back and hard at work on their follow up album to be released by Ripple later in 2018.
About the debut album, The Obelisk raved, "Portland, Oregonian four-piece Holy Grove have been one of their home city’s most eagerly anticipated bands for the last couple years, managing to stand themselves out from a crowded scene even before they really got around to putting out music. To wit, their self-titled debut arrives with stunning cover artwork by Adam Burke and rolls out massive, Billy Anderson-tracked grooves."
A uniquely gifted band with a singular, solitary sound, Holy Grove plays doom with all its passion and might. Holy Grove want it heavy -- gravitationally, crushingly heavy – but big and warm, never coldly metallic. Holy Grove songs are heavy with feeling, heavy with conquering power, and beautifully heavy of heart. Actual songs too, woven through with hooks and choruses and crafted with equal inspiration from fantasy and reality in the tradition of the great anthemic riff rockers of yore. Above all, the band has the ability to stun first-time listeners with the utter power of its massive groove, with it's masterful vocals, intense riffing, and powerful rhythm section.
More info on Holy Grove and the as-yet-untitled follow-up LP will be announced soon. Stay tuned to Ripple Music Website for breaking news or the Ripple Music Facebook and Bandcamp.
"Onstage energy is not a problem for locals Holy Grove. Vocalist Andrea Vidal grabs the microphone and steals the crowd’s collective heart with her enthusiasm and total commitment to the moment. With rich, deep tones oozing off the stage and hair flying, the band flays the crowd wide open, exposing their riff-rock-loving guts. Songs like “Huntress” and “Hanged Man” are terrific examples of Holy Grove’s sound, which is a stew of riffs and rhythms that would fit well on a shelf next to some old Man’s Ruin label releases. Vidal seems born to rouse the crowd, and her vocals are belted out in the same fashion, while bassist Gregg and guitarist Trent splash sweat, wah, and fuzz all over the audience. Holy Grove end their set with “Nix”, leaving the growing crowd cheering."
"Holy Grove’s first doomy foray is an undeniably solid and considered effort. The enigmatic lyrics of leading enchantress combined with the persistence of the power trio prove equally deadly as they are absorbing. It wouldn’t be imprudent to expect the band's songwriting skill to take them to great places, becasue this debut undoubtedly holds its own, but they are more than capable of translating their stirring vision even further still."
Saturday, January 13, 2018
This year was sort of a big shift for me music review wise compared to years past. I took a break from doing full on reviews for bands and focused more on covering more material with shorter more condensed blurb style reviews. Part of that had to do with my view of the scene right now and how to most effectively get the point across about which bands deserve your attention with the least amount of effort. Let’s be honest, nobody on here is doing this for their own benefit or because they’re getting paid to do it. We are here because we are passionate about the music and feel we have our finger on the pulse enough to make a difference to the bands wanting to get heard and the other fans wanting to hear good bands. Like last year, I hesitated compiling a list early in December as I knew I was going to keep discovering new bands and buying records right up until the last day. Below is a representation of my favorite records on vinyl purchased and added to my collection released in 2017. I am sure I forgot some, but all are records that I either had a strong connection with musically, emotional and even physically. No, I did not make love to these records, but the physical package characteristics of collecting vinyl is something all us vinyl junkies know about and there is value to it. Here is what I was digging this year both musically and artistically.
1. Spidergawd – IV
Spidergawd is a band that I was relatively late to the game in really getting into. Part of me believes it’s the simple fact that they have resisted putting their material on bandcamp which makes it inconvenient to listen to frequently. The latest album and 4th for the band is arguably their strongest effort to date. They have always been able to be distinguish themselves from the pack by clever usage of the saxophone and they absolutely blew my mind with the latest album. With heavy punk rock hooks, stoner fueled blues, and a psychedelic balladry through and through, IV kept the hairs
on end up my neck each and every listen. Combine that with the trippy artwork and thick vinyl package available via the Stickman Records shop and you have yourself a winner.
2. Sarah Shook & The Disarmers – Sidelong
This album won me over immediately after seeing the Bloodshot records had signed the and were releasing their debut album on vinyl early in 2017. The band self-released the album digitally in 2016, but I am voting for it as it was officially released by Bloodshot in 2017 and didn’t really make as big of impact until then. I played this album more than any other album this year. Both on the turntable and in the car. My kids loved the album, my 8 year old daughter made special requests for the album and so on and so forth. Its country music, but its also punk rock. The band are outlaw as it gets and the songwriting is witty and unforgiving. I love music that incorporates a solid one-liner type mentality that both speaks the truth as well as hits the melody and groove of the music. I fell hard for this album and rank it right up there fighting against the heavy rock and metal releases. I can’t wait to see what she does in 2018. Rumor is already out that they have new stuff early in the year.
3. Orango – Mules of Nana
What more can I say about this band. I reviewed it in full earlier this year and it quickly became one of my prized finds of the last decade of scavenging the depths of the internet for music. Again another band featured over at Stickman Records, I scooped up their entire discography including singles and splits shipped from over seas. That alone is a testament to its marvel and solidifies it as one of my favorites of the year.
Take note, this may be a contender for album of the year. Haven't heard the heavy blues rock n roll styling done so well perhaps ever in my entire life. This is a masterpiece, as is every other one of their albums.
4. Steak – No God To Save
Steak came out screaming after I first heard the album via earlier promotional outlets. Released on the one and only Ripple Music, No God To Save is relentlessly heavy, catchy and supremely melodic in approach. Steak hadn’t released a bad album yet, and the latest crushed all expectation garnering one of the surprise releases of the year for me.
The new slab of glistening flesh by heavy rockers Steak from the UK, is seasoned with massive riffs and seared to perfection over a bed of atmospheric bliss. The rhythm is dripping with robust groove and the vocals slice against the tender grain of distortion serving up a full course platter of metallic frenzy.
5. Red Mountains - Slow Wander
This is the kind of album you could get lost in for days. I stand by my comparisons of being an expansive take on a classic Sabbath riff while incorporating progressive elements a la Pink Floyd. The album title and cover art fit the theme and feeling of joy and bewilderment present themselves consistently throughout repeat spins. Last I checked there were only a couple of the limited blue vinyl records left in their store. So if you knew what was good for you go their now and brace up your collection as this is a mandatory vinyl addition.
Heavy riffs wondering deep canyons of slow, theatric psych weathered by formations of colorful, mesozoic fuzz. It's like the doom born love child of Black Sabbath and Pink Floyd. This is glorious!Favorite track: Oak.
6. Woodhawk – Beyond the Sun
Woodhawk could easily fit into one of the catchiest grooviest stoner rock albums released this year. The vocal tones shine like the setting sun of the cover and the riffs slice with precision fuzz through and through.
These are the kinds of riffs that induce fully flexed fist pumps, deep sultry hell ya's, and neck breaking head bangs. The catchy grooves alone are fit for an eternal desert island soundtrack circulating beyond the sun on its matching slab of 12" wax. Woodhawk are remastering the stoner rawk handbook with anthemic riffs, no frills fuzz, and balls to the wall chops.
7. Hair of the Dog – This World Turns
This is another band I cannot praise enough. Everything they’ve put out has that added flair that just does it for me. The latest came in first listen as no surprise and mind blowing. It only got better with each listen and the entire package via Kozmik Aricfactz is worthy of your collection. Another band I make sure to gobble up all their records on wax.
Hair of the Dog is the type of band you can play in the morning to ease the bangover from witnessing their show the night before. This World Turns exemplifies all that is heavy rock taking the band to future cult classic status and showing no signs of losing hide. The melodies echo lean distorted glory with progressive riffs, bar worthy balladry and intricate snarls of rock and roll fury. Can't deny this as one of the best hard rock albums of 2017. Vinyl ordered. Just look at those colors on the cover. This is the full package. Favorite track: This World Turns.
8. Sasquatch – Maneuvers
Nearly 3 years after their last album out via Small Stone Records titled IV, Sasquatch broke the mold, went with a more thoughtful album name and maneuvered their way into the hearts and souls of a big chunk of both die hard and new fans this year. I was lucky enough to see the band twice this year both at Psycho Las Vegas during their Pool Party set and a more intimate late weeknight show in South Lake Tahoe with tour mates, House of Broken Promises. There really are no words to say in addition to what everyone else had to say about maneuvers this year. It’s a no-brainer.
Sasquatch successfully maneuvers its way through a perilous flat spin of grandiose fuzz. Powered by progressive stoner distortia and state of the art vocal delivery, the bearded beast of the desert engages its target and deploys a massive assault of absolute riffage.
9. Buttered Bacon Biscuits – From the Solitary Woods
This was technically a reissue of an album released a few years back but the first time on vinyl, and really the first time it really got its chance to let the world know about them. Comprised of members who eventually formed the band “Witchwood” BBB gives us a modern take on a classical sound and I couldn’t be happier about it. Perhaps one of the lesser talked about albums this year it certainly rivals anything I heard and worthy of your attention.
What a well executed and masterfully written album. If you're here you probably have the Witchwood stuff already and this is the prelude to that. If you're new, sit back, relax and let the melodies drift you away to a time when the sun baked oranger and the smoke rung heavier. BBB bring classic rock full circle including haunting keys, arena filling rhythm, mind-melting psych, and deep brooding blues with a vocal package soaring at the crossroads of Dickie Betts meets Use Your Illusion era Axl Rose.
10. Gin Lady – Electric Earth
Just look at that album cover!! Gin Lady nailed it on their latest. To be honest it took a little while to set in as it came across rather mellow as compared to their previous works and after going in for a confirmation it was realized how much this album kicked ass. Hey, they’re from Sweden what do you expect?
Electric Earth exposes Gin Lady's aged rock roots with a new, modern masterpiece. The tuneful southern twang erodes the landscape with 'organ'ic melodies and soothing classic rock riffs that pay homage to a musical era fermented by 50 years of sunshine and water. It's as if the Allmans and the Doobies found out they were blood brothers separated at birth and made a record in celebration.
11. Scott H. Biram – The Bad Testament
I’ve been a big fan of this guy going on a few years now, and when I first heard The Bad Testament I knew right away this was going to be one of my favorite listens of the year. It’s a wildly diverse album ranging from chaotic punk rock to sorrowful tear jerking country. Being a one man band and recording an album of this caliber is something else.
A little bit of outlaw, little bit of heartache, whole lot of honky tonk, a touch of hard rockabilly blues and a big ass-whooping slab of heavy acoustic bliss. The Bad Testament carries on the trail forged by Nothin' But Blood with an all-out assault on the hard and heavy Americana meets deep throbbing desperado blues. This may be Biram's magnum opus record. Game over!
12. Bask – Ramble Beyond
I distinctively remember streaming this one on my phone early just prior to the release and have it on a loop like 6 times in a row. That doesn’t happen often. It was ordered up shortly after on vinyl. The Adam Burke cover art adds a depth only matched by the atmosphere on the album.
Asleep in the Orchard maintains that one of a kind earthy atmosphere, whimsical vocals, and deep brooding psych that traverses the progressive metal map winding towards a spiritual plateau of ghastly riffs meet angelic harmony worthy of your utmost attention. Favorite track: Mush! Carry Me Home.
13. Wayfaring Strangers – Acid Nightmares
It was with this release that I really discovered and dug into what Numero Group is doing. I was instantly fascinated not only by the album art but the diverse array of vinyl they release. This is a compilation album which rivals the Riding Easy series Brown Acid series. If I were to give an award for record package of the year this would win in a heartbeat. Hell it might just be my coolest vinyl package in my entire collection. The thing weight in a just under a metric ton of tripped out black light fuzz complete with full size booklet and gatefold describing each song in a full story about how it came to be. I went ahead and grabbed a few other packages from Numero Group while I was on this trip and have been a happier person ever since.
This is a vinyl collectors dream album. The acidic trail of ragged riffs not only summon a sense of euphoric chaos, but the diverse range of quality songs making up this monstrous album join together as if they were written and performed on the same stage, on the same tab of acid. Pure gold from the nightmares of vintage proto hippy fuzz rock.
14. Sugarfoot – The Santa Ana
So ya, I don’t have this record in my hands yet as I just ordered it up along with its discography on vinyl last week. Ya, its that good. Tom Petty worship under the California sun-baked sky, these sweet foot compadres ride in with text book Cosmic Americana and I am thankful for discovering this on another peer’s end of the year list. So killer.
15. GospelbeacH – Another Summer of Love
Alive Natural Sounds sold me on this one after usually digging their taste and hearing a couple songs on youtube. Like Sugarfoot, GospelbeacH bring a heavy Tom Petty influence combining a Beach Boys type spirit and a harmonious rhythm. This is the summertime album of the year and meant for hazy afternoons chilling and daydreaming. The vinyl I got was the Starburst which Alive Natural has put their stamp on.
16. Topplock – Overlord
Perhaps the worst album cover of the year? Maybe so, but in contrast they win the award for baddest ass rock and roll record by using a shitty album cover, pun intended. It grows on you after staring into the eyes of the brown monster long enough and the bright white vinyl spins effortlessly with a retro groove to die for.
Ruler of the new wave of retro heavy blues. Topplock have crushed the competition with a signature Swedish heavy rock and roll album on Overlord. Nevermind the comparisons mentioned below, while they are apt, Topplock has them beat with this one. Stunning
17. The Ossuary – Post Mortem Blues
I’ve been yammering about this one all year long from the first note to the last. This was a dog walking discovery, meaning I put my head phones on, leashed up the dog and hit the trailer in the evening after a day of work. I hadn’t heard of the band and this was a new promotional album I was sampling out. It smacked me right in the face with its dark and powerful vocal tones paired against the classic doom riffs. Oh sweet baby jesus, I remember immediately contacting my good bud Steve Howe to ask if he’d heard it yet and if not to get on it. I since received the splatter vinyl which sealed the deal. It was making my list.
This album is immense in every sense of the word. From the guitar tone, metallic soloing and gruelingly refined vocals, The Ossuary straddle a fine line between Ozzy and Dio era Sabbath combined with the riffs and tones of modern bands such as Dawnbringer
18. The W Likes – The W Likes
Holy moly what an amazing sounding heavy stoner album. This one went way under the radar until late in the year when they finally went live on bandcamp. I ordered the vinyl via a kickstarter earlier in the summer and received the vinyl right about when they decided to go public and its been a ride ever since. I think the rest of the scene has something to learn about how these dudes from Norway piece together their riffs. Tasty!
Like the infamous Mr. Rodger (Steve) says, this is glistening with swaggering fuzz. Got the Orange Vinyl, which compliments the album cover art, that compliments the barbaric riffs, desert crusted vocals and blistering groove. I W Like this very much.Favorite track: In A Mind.
19. Jesus Sons – Tres
Been a big fan of these guys since their last amazing album Bring it on Home, which was heavily endorsed by Riding Easy Records, along with the band Slow Season. Not only do people who know good music like it, but the combination of styles on display is right down my alley. Classic rock with a southern punky twang. Ya, I like that sort of thing.
Jesus Sons have risen again with another slab of twangy rock and roll. Imagine Mick Jagger on stage slamming a fuzz pedal wearing flip flops and board shorts. ‘Tres’ is an eclectic So Cal blend of classic rock meets stoner influenced honky tonk. I suggest you grab the vinyl too. Favorite track: Feel Alright (That Bottle).
20. Sons of Morpheus – Nemesis
Sons of Morpheus went way under the radar this year. I don’t know if its because people just didn’t hear it, they were intimidated by how heavy that double LP gatefold might be and whether they would need a forklift to unload it from the postman, or if people just don’t know what they’re thinking. Probably a bit of all three. Nemesis has just the right amount of pop hidden beneath the stunning riff rock and blues based croons.
Nemesis is fully loaded with a high caliber raucous blues rock heavy as it is catchy. Equal parts poppy blues meets shit kickin', space trippin' grungy groove .
Favorite track: All of the Above
Rounding out the top 100+ vinyl records I purchased this year solifies the fact that they are all fucking killer and I couldn’t help but list the ones that I could recount as having. I am sure I missed a few, but these were all fantastic records released in 2017 and if my pocketbook has any say in 2018, I am not going to have so much this coming year and may resort to not requiring vinyl to make my list. It was a stellar year and I enjoyed sharing it with all of you. Cheers to a hopefully 2018!!
21. WHITE LIGHT CEMETERY - CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR
22. JASON ISBELL - NASHVILLE SOUND
23. CHRIS STAPLETON - FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 1
24. GREENBEARD – LÖDARÖDBÖL
25. NEKROMANT - SNAKES & LIARS
26. RUBY THE HATCHET - PLANETARY SPACE CHILD
27. LEWIS & THE STRANGE MAGICS - EVADE YOUR SOUL
28. TORGEIR WALDEMAR - NO OFFENDING BORDERS
29. THE OBSESSED - SACRED
30. DEATH ALLEY - LIVE AT ROADBURN
31. ELDER - REFLECTIONS OF A FLOATING WORLD
32. ALL THEM WITCHES - SLEEPING THROUGH THE WAR
33. BALL - BALL
34. PETYR - PETYR
35. TYLER CHILDS - PURGATORY
36. MOUNTAINWOLF - ABSINTHE MOON
37. ELARA - DELI BAL
38. SAMSARA BLUES EXPERIMENT - ONE WITH THE UNIVERSE
39. DSW - TALES OF THE COSMONAUT
40. SKUNK - DOUBLEBLIND
41. YOUNGBLOOD SUPERCULT - THE GREAT AMERICAN DEATH RATTLE
42. WAR CLOUD - WAR CLOUD
43. THE QUILL - BORN FROM FIRE
44. SUMMONER - BEYOND THE REALM OF LIGHT
45. BLACKFOOT GYPSIES - TO THE TOP
46. BLACK ANGELS - DEATH SONG
47. MARTY STEWART AND THE FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES - WAY OUT WEST
48. TROUBLED HORSE - REVOLUTION ON REPEAT
49. HARK - MACHINATIONS
50. FIREBALL MINISTRY - REMEMBER THE STORY
51. THE FLYING EYES - BURNING OF THE SEASON
52. HEATH GREEN AND THE MAKESHIFTERS - S/T
53. SNOWCHILD - AGE OF CHANGE
54. FORMING THE VOID - RELIC
55. ORDOS - HOUSE OF THE DEAD
56. THE NECROMANCERS - SERVANTS OF THE SALEM GIRL
57. KINGNOMAD - MAPPING THE INNER VOID
58. VOKONIS - THE SUNKEN DJINN
59. WOUNDED GIANT - VAE VICTIS
60. THE MAGPIE SALUTE - THE MAGPIE SALUTE
61. MOONBOW - WAR BEAR
62. DOUBLESTONE - DEVILS OWN/DJÆVLENS EGN
63. DUEL - WITCHBANGER
64. BELLHOUND CHOIR - WORRIED KID
65. THE PICTUREBOOKS - HOME IS A HEARTACHE
66. NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA - AMBER GALACTIC
67. BANDITOS - VISIONLAND
68. ROYAL THUNDER - WICK
69. CLOUDS TASTE SATANIC - THE GLITTER OF INFINITE HELL
70. CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD - BETTYS BLENDS VOL. 3
71. THE SECOND COMING OF HEAVY: CHAPTER 6 KAYLETH / FAVEQUAID
72. THE SECOND COMING OF HEAVY: CHAPTER 7 SWITCHBLADE JESUS / FUZZ EVIL
73. THE SECOND COMING OF HEAVY: CHAPTER 5 DESERT SUNS / CHIEFS
74. THE JUDGE - TELL IT TO THE JUDGE
75. MARGO PRICE - ALL AMERICAN MADE
76. JOHN MORELAND - BIG BAD LOVE
77. I AM THE ALBATROSS - DESERT ARCHAIC
78. YOUNG HUNTER - DAYHIKER
79. MIRROR QUEEN - VERDIGRIS
80. WILLIE NELSON - GOD'S PROBLEM CHILD
81. DEVILS WITCHES - VELVET MAGIC
82. MOTHERSHIP - HIGH STRANGENESS
83. BONEMAN - III
84. SLY5THAVE - THE INVISIBLE MAN: ORCHESTRAL TRIBUTE TO DR. DRE
85. LECHEROUS GAZE - ONE FIFTEEN
86. SIENA ROOT - A DREAM OF LASTING PEACE
87. DEVIL ELECTRIC - DEVIL ELECTRIC
88. HA HA TONKA - HEART SHAPED MOUNTAIN
89. CACTUS BLACK - MIDNIGHT AT THE CROSSROADS
90. KEEF MOUNTAIN - KEEF MOUNTAIN
91. CORY BRANON - ADIOS
92. OLDE - TEMPLE
93. MONOBROW - THE NACARAT
94. LEE ANN WOMACK - THE LONELY, THE LONESOME & THE GONE
95. HYBORIAN - VOL. 1
96. HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER - HALLELUJAH ANYHOW
97. WILL SESSIONS - DELUXE
98. BLACK PUSSY - POWER
99. THE YAWPERS - BOY IN A WELL
100. DIRTY SOUND MAGNET - WESTERN LIES
101. THE COLD STARES - HEAD BENT
102. THE LONDON SOULS - HERE COMES THE GIRLS
103. THE SONIC DAWN - INTO THE LONG NIGHT
104. LITTLE HURRICANE - SAME SUN, SAME MOON
105. BJ WILBANKS - BJ WILBANKS
106. SIX SIGMA - TUXEDO BROWN
107. ANDREW COMBS - CANYONS OF MY MIND
108. JASON JAMES - JASON JAMES
109. JD MCPHERSON - UNDIVIDED HEART & SOUL
110. WESTERN SKY MOTEL - SETTLERS
111. POSEIDON - PROLOGUE
112. LEVI PARHAM - AVALON DRIVE
113. MENTAL TREMORS - MENTAL TREMORS
114. ROSELIT BONE - BLISTER STEEL
115. QUARTER MILE THUNDER - BUCKING THE TIGER
116. WILD ADRIATIC - FEEL