Record Store Day 2014
Mother Love Bone
Hold Your Head Up
Format: 7” Vinyl
Release type: RSD Exclusive Release
Limited edition single includes a never-before-released studio recording cover of Argent’s “Hold Your Head Up” and an unreleased version of “Holy Roller” from the recording sessions during the making of Apple.
"Hold Your Head Up"/"Holy Roller"
Sleater-Kinney — Start Together (7-LP Box Set)
Sub Pop is releasing a new, limited box set featuring all seven of Sleater-Kinney's LPs, available in colored-vinyl, black vinyl, or CD. Start Together also includes a hard-cover book full of never-seen photos from the band members’ private collections. It all comes out October 21.
(Photos courtesy of Dangerous Minds)
We are quickly running out of #SleaterKinney’s ‘Start Together’ box set featuring the band’s entire catalog on remastered, limited, colored-vinyl Loser Edition LPs. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’re on the verge of missing out on. #SubPop u.subpop.com/starttogether (at megamart.subpop.com)
Dale Crover - Dead Or Alive
B-side from the United Fruit 7” (the A-side is on youtube). This is a cover of a Warren Zevon song.
Vinyl rip. I cleaned up the pops, crackle and noise in Izotope RX4 and it turned out really nice.
"Past, future, present collide": Former Cows/Melvins/Tomahawk bassist Kevin Rutmanis’ new band Hepa/Titus cover the Cows’ “Chow” with the Melvins’ King Buzzo on vocals.
Dale Crover - United Fruit
Dale Crover solo 7”. Joined by Lou Barlow and Kevin Rutmanis.
For that that don’t know - Dale played drums on Lou Barlow’s Goodnight Unknown album, and helps him write the drum parts for the songs he writes for Dinosaur Jr. They both also appeared on the Dumb Numbers album.
Kevin Rutmanis was of course a Melvin from around 1999-2005.
Mark Lanegan's brand-new video for “Sad Lover,” from the No Bells on Sunday vinyl-only EP, out August 25.