Tag: The Vinyl District

HANDSOME JACK premiere their new video for “Baby Be Cool” via The VINYL DISTRICT

We’re proud to debut the striking video for “Baby Be Cool,” which combines the classic hair and plaid look of the band with the bright colors of a ’70s sitcom intro, with an eye-catching typography that leans toward the late ’60s 3D cursive of old logos found on LP covers from the Flying Burrito Brothers […]

Nice review of DATURA4 “Hairy Mountain” from The VINYL DISTRICT

This Western Australian four-piece specializes in psych-blues-boogie, and they’ve been cited as extending the musical mores of their countrymen Buffalo, The Aztecs, and Coloured Balls; featuring the dual guitars of Dom Mariani (of the Stems and DM3) and Greg Hitchcock (who was briefly in the New Christs), this sophomore effort shines brightest in direct proportion […]

Nice review of JACK LEE “Bigger Than Life” from The VINYL DISTRICT

It was Lee who wrote “Hangin’ on the Telephone,” and yet his profile still suffers in comparison to his bandmates in the Nerves, Paul Collins and Peter Case. Comprised of Lee’s hard to find ’81 and ’85 albums plus B-side “Small World,” this 2LP should give recent converts to the power-pop cause reason to celebrate. […]

The VINYL DISTRICT review of PAUL COLLINS “Feel The Noise”

In a truly just world Paul Collins would require no introduction. Sadly, a globe of perpetual unfairness spins around the sun, so it bears mentioning that as a member of The Nerves he helped shape the original “Hanging on the Telephone” and subsequently helmed The Beat. In 2010 Collins issued the LP King of Power […]