|andrew bird, jeff tweedy, fleet fixes, elvis costello, ben lee, queens of the stone age, mogwai, geraldine fibbers, cracker, kurt wagner and calexico, south san gabriel, syd barrett, freakwater, beirut, alejandro escovedo, ac dc|
Captains Dead has Kurt Wagner and Calexico 4-17-99, Ben Lee 6-17-04, and Jeff Tweedy 4-5-08.
Ick Music has AC DC 10-16-79.
Flat Response has South San Gabriel 9-9-08.
Big O has Elvis Costello 10-22-77.
Pain or Pan has Syd Barrett outtakes.
Metal Bastard has Queens of the Stone Age outtakes.
Aquarium Drunkard has Fleet Foxes 6-18-08.
Largehearted Boy finds two Mogwai shows, one from 9-6-08 and another from 9-13-08.
Broadcaster House has Freakwater 4-17-98 and The Geraldine Fibbers 4-18-96.
Music Justice has Cracker 9-6-98, Beirut 3-16-07, Alejandro Escovedo 9-9-08, and Andrew Bird 8-24-03.
Nathan Xander's Swiftly, Surely has now been released. This 7-song mini LP was recorded in one day and originally released in August 2007 on the artist's own imprint Aww...Rats. Based out of Chicago, he has toured extensively since the release. Swiftly, Surely bounces back and forth between mellow country, folk and heavier slow core, drawing inspiration from My Morning Jacket, Townes Van Zandt, Kris Kristofferson, and Neil Young. This is limited to 150 silkscreened copies and only $8.00 postpaid. You can download the track Clouding Over and purchase a copy over at the label website.
Along with RedTide Records, 75orLess will be co-releasing both Nate Laban's "Is Wearing Yellow" and Coma Coma's albums this fall.
The September issue of Performer Magazine has reviews of both Suicide Bill and the Liquors and Sharks Come Cruisin.
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