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Various – This Time Will Be Different (Sweet Soul Of Philly)
Friday, December 2nd, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – This Time Will Be Different (Sweet Soul Of Philly)

Image: 1606872 Part 1 in Interstate Records’ regional soul series documenting the emerging Philly Soul sound, as influenced by Gamble-Huff but focusing on more obscure artists/releases, featuring writing/arrangement/production by Jerry Ross, Norman Harris, Thom Bell & Linda Creed, and Bobby Martin, with appearances by Bunny Sigler, Billy Hill (The Essex) and more.

LP tracklist:
A1: Festivals – Take Your Time (Colossus 1971)
A2: Choice of Colors (Image) – Betcha Didn’t Know (Janus 1972)
A3: Broadway Express – It’s Ok With Me (I-D-B/Abbot (1970)
A4: The Futures – Breaking Up (Amjo 1970)
A5: Paradise – We Belong Toghether (Phil-L.A. Of Soul 1981)
A6: Phyllis Smith – I Need Somebody To Love (J&M 1000/Yew 1969)
A7: The Courtships – Love Ain’t Love (Glades 1972)
B1: The Inviations w/Lou Curtin – Let’s Love (And Find Together) (Silver Blue 1973)
B2: J. Kelly & The Premiers (Philadelphia Story) – She Calls Me Baby (Roadshow 1973)
B3: The Epsilons – The Echo (Sigma Sound1968)
B4: The Geminiles – Thinking About My Baby (Sandbag 1968)
B5: The Blue Notes – This Time Will Be Different (Uni 1970)
B6: The Mello Moods – Tell Love Hello (North Bay 1971)
B7: The Elegant’s – When You’re Gone Away (Real Music 1982) Available from 25.11.2016

Various – This Love Is For Real (Sweet Chicago Soul 1968-81)
Friday, December 2nd, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – This Love Is For Real (Sweet Chicago Soul 1968-81)

Image: 1606871 Part 2 in Interstate Records’ regional soul series, this edition documenting the Chicago sound, as popularized by Curtis Mayfield, The Chi-Lites or Impressions, but focusing on more obscure artists/releases, featuring writing/arrangement/production by Leroy Hutson, Willie Henderson, Eugene Record, with appearances by Otil Leavill, Charles Jackson, the Lovelites and more.

A1: Essence feat. Marzette Griffith – Sweet Fools
A2: Harlem Meat Company – I’m Not Gonna Be Anybody’s Fool
A3: Billy & The Bloodknots – Gotta Get Away
A4: The Lost Generation – Wait a Minute
A5: Stimulators – Warm Summer Nights
A6: Hands Of Time – This Love is For Real
A7: Chocolate Sunday feat. Bruce Thompson – Second Story Man
B1: Magnum Force – Share My Love With You
B2: Independents – I Just Want To Be There
B3: The Vegas – I Need Your Love
B4: The Ledgends – Gotta Let You Go
B5: The Cheers feat. Little Ben Norfleet – I Made Up My Mind
B6: The Lovelites – This Love Is Real
B7: Windy City – Just For You Available from 25.11.2016

Various – This Love Is For Real (Sweet Chicago Soul 1968-81)
Saturday, October 1st, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – This Love Is For Real (Sweet Chicago Soul 1968-81)

Image: 1606742 Der zweiter Teil der regionalen Soul-Serie von Interstate dokumentiert den Chicago Sound, der durch Curtis Mayfield, The Chi-Lites oder The Impressions populär gemacht wurde. Die Compilation fokussiert sich auf obskure Künstler und Titel, teilweise mit Beteiligung von großen Namen wie Leroy Hutson, Willie Henderson, Eugene Record, u.v.a. Die CD enthält 8 Bonustracks. Available from 11.11.2016

Various – This Time Will Be Different (Sweet Soul Of Philly)
Saturday, October 1st, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – This Time Will Be Different (Sweet Soul Of Philly)

Image: 1606743 Der erste Teil der regionalen Soul-Serie von Interstate dokumentiert den Philadelphia/Philly-Sound, der durch Gamble-Huff populär gemacht wurde. Die Compilation fokussiert sich auf obskure Künstler und Titel, teilweise mit Beteiligung von großen Namen wie Jerry Ross, Norman Harris, Thom Bell & Linda Creed, Bobby Martin, u.v.a. Die CD enthält 8 Bonustracks. Available from 11.11.2016

94 East feat. Prince – Just Another Sucker
Friday, August 19th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on 94 East feat. Prince – Just Another Sucker

THE EARLY WORK OF A MUSICAL GENIUS WHICH BECAME A STAPLE OF THE MINNEAPOLIS SOUND FOR DECADES TO COME.Formed in December 1975 by Pepe Willie (the former husband of Prince’s cousin), 94 East was the Minneapolis-based funk group with which Prince first …

Wu-Tang Clan – Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol.1
Friday, August 23rd, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Wu-Tang Clan – Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol.1

Image: 1582052 Special edition pink vinyl! A watershed release in the history of the underground hip-hop movement, ”Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture” reflects the convergence of Wu-Tang and the indie hip-hop culture. As ambitious in scope as it is creatively visionary, the album consists of Wu-Tang stylistic sensibility and production paired with some of the finest (as well as commercially viable) underground East and West Coast hip-hop lyricists.

Key Selling Points:

* Novel artistry pairing intended to highlight the diminishing schism between mainstream commercial and underground hip-hop
* Anchored by Wu-Tang members/affiliates, album features guest appearances by heavyhitter commercial (Wu-Tang) and underground elite artists including GZA (Wu-Tang), RZA (Wu-Tang), Masta Killa (Wu-Tang), U-God (Wu-Tang), MF Doom, Aesop Rock, Ras Kass, Tragedy Khadafi, Vordul Mega (Cannibal Ox), Vast Aire (Cannibal Ox), Del The Funky Homosapien, Casual C-Rayz Walz, J-Live, R.A. The Rugged Man, Littles, Prodigal Son, Sean Price, Jim Jarmusch, among others
* Combined featured artist career scans of over 2,500,000 units
* Album has scanned over 60,000 units domestically.
* Production duties exclusively handled by Wu-Tang members and affiliates: RZA, Bronze Nazareth, Allah Mathematics,Preservation, DJ Noize
* Multiple hip-hop sub-culture targeting/appeal: Rabidly loyal Wu-Tang Clan fan constituency (elevation of commercial urban profile), niche underground hip-hop fan contingent
* Guest appearances from both East and West coast underground hip-hop lyricists will facilitate the broadest consumer appeal amongst this niche demo
* Special edition Pink Vinyl

Tracklisting:

SIDE A
Dreddy Kruger – Introduction 1:12
GZA & Ras Kass – Lyrical Swords 3:25
Vast Aire, Byata, Timbo King & Prodigal Sunn – Slow Blues 4:49
U-God, Sean Price, Prodigal Sunn & C-Rayz Walz – Still Grimey 4:15

SIDE B
Various – Skit 0:32
Casual, Tragedy Khadafi, Rock Marciano & Vordul Mega – Think Differently 4:33
Various – Informercial: #1 0:38
RZA & MF Doom – Biochemical Equation 3:56
Various – O.D.B Tribute 1:51
Del Tha Funky Homosapien – Fragments 3:31

SIDE C
Various – Intermission: 0:27
Bronze Nazareth, Solomon Childs & Byata – Street Corners 3:17
Littles, Khalid & Planet Asia – Listen 3:40
Various – Informercial: #2 0:45
Scaramanga Shallah, La The Darkman, Ras Kass & GZA – Verses 4:33
Aesop Rock & Del Tha Funky Homosapien – Preservation 2:26

SIDE D
C.C.F. Division – Cars On The Interstate… 2:17
R.A. The Rugged Man & J-Live – Give It Up 3:46
Bronze Nazareth – Black Dawn 3:23
Available from 02.08.2013

Saskwatch – Leave It All Behind
Friday, August 23rd, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Saskwatch – Leave It All Behind

Image: 1583603 Every band has a story to tell about how they started out and where playing their music has taken them. But few can say they have gone from busking on the streets to gracing the stage at Glastonbury in just four years. Yet for Melbourne band Saskwatch, this is just one of many remarkable feats in their short history.

It was at notorious Melbourne bar Cherry that the 9-piece established their reputation as one of the city’s most electrifying live acts. With ecstatic horns, one of the tightest rhythm sections in town, and Nkechi Anele’s soaring vocals, capable of breaking hearts one minute and eliciting frenzied dancing the next, they refused to be ignored. As more and more people stumbled upon their performance at the bar’s weekly soul night, word spread and soon their residencies had people lining AC/DC Lane for an opportunity to watch, listen to, dance to and sweat with Saskwatch. Their commitment to playing shows locally and then interstate led to a strong following in their home city, state and, eventually, country. Landing a spot at a major festival in late 2011 was a small sign of what was to come.

2012 was a big year for Saskwatch. They released their debut album, Leave It All Behind, to widespread acclaim. The lead single, “Your Love”, became a triple j favourite and exposed them to the nation in a big way. National touring ensued before the band headed to Europe to play an intensive series of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as gigs in London. Back home, they were given the ultimate local tick of approval by being invited to perform at two of Australia’s most coveted music festivals: Meredith and its sister festival, Golden Plains. They also took their music to entirely new audiences with support slots for international acts Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Maceo Parker and Earth, Wind and Fire.

Things just keep coming for Saskwatch. So far, 2013 has seen the band share a stage with Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, return to Cherry for a record-breaking residency, perform to rapturous reception at Byron Bay’s Bluesfest, and receive invitations to BlackisBack festival in Spain as well as the world’s biggest music festival, Glastonbury. They recorded a new single, “I Get Lonely”, with Mikey Young (Eddy Current Suppression Ring/Total Control), which saw low-fi garage rock merge with their trademark horns and dynamic vocals. They’ve taken their unanimously adored live show around the country again, and as soon as they’re done with Europe, they’re heading into the studio to record their sophomore album.

If you haven’t heard their music or experienced them in the flesh, chances are you will soon. This is one band that won’t be content until they’ve taken their infectious, powerful brand of music to all the corners of the world – and so far, the world is willing.

Tracklisting

1. The Delinquent
2. Don’t Wanna Try
3. Your Love
4. Coca Cola
5. Two Hearts
6. Leave It All Behind
7. Kids
8. Strange Things
9. Second Best
10. I Could Be Wrong
11. Only One
12. Smooth Sailing Available from 02.08.2013

Saskwatch – Leave It All Behind
Thursday, August 22nd, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Saskwatch – Leave It All Behind

Image: 1583603 Every band has a story to tell about how they started out and where playing their music has taken them. But few can say they have gone from busking on the streets to gracing the stage at Glastonbury in just four years. Yet for Melbourne band Saskwatch, this is just one of many remarkable feats in their short history.

It was at notorious Melbourne bar Cherry that the 9-piece established their reputation as one of the city’s most electrifying live acts. With ecstatic horns, one of the tightest rhythm sections in town, and Nkechi Anele’s soaring vocals, capable of breaking hearts one minute and eliciting frenzied dancing the next, they refused to be ignored. As more and more people stumbled upon their performance at the bar’s weekly soul night, word spread and soon their residencies had people lining AC/DC Lane for an opportunity to watch, listen to, dance to and sweat with Saskwatch. Their commitment to playing shows locally and then interstate led to a strong following in their home city, state and, eventually, country. Landing a spot at a major festival in late 2011 was a small sign of what was to come.

2012 was a big year for Saskwatch. They released their debut album, Leave It All Behind, to widespread acclaim. The lead single, “Your Love”, became a triple j favourite and exposed them to the nation in a big way. National touring ensued before the band headed to Europe to play an intensive series of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as gigs in London. Back home, they were given the ultimate local tick of approval by being invited to perform at two of Australia’s most coveted music festivals: Meredith and its sister festival, Golden Plains. They also took their music to entirely new audiences with support slots for international acts Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Maceo Parker and Earth, Wind and Fire.

Things just keep coming for Saskwatch. So far, 2013 has seen the band share a stage with Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, return to Cherry for a record-breaking residency, perform to rapturous reception at Byron Bay’s Bluesfest, and receive invitations to BlackisBack festival in Spain as well as the world’s biggest music festival, Glastonbury. They recorded a new single, “I Get Lonely”, with Mikey Young (Eddy Current Suppression Ring/Total Control), which saw low-fi garage rock merge with their trademark horns and dynamic vocals. They’ve taken their unanimously adored live show around the country again, and as soon as they’re done with Europe, they’re heading into the studio to record their sophomore album.

If you haven’t heard their music or experienced them in the flesh, chances are you will soon. This is one band that won’t be content until they’ve taken their infectious, powerful brand of music to all the corners of the world – and so far, the world is willing.

Tracklisting

1. The Delinquent
2. Don’t Wanna Try
3. Your Love
4. Coca Cola
5. Two Hearts
6. Leave It All Behind
7. Kids
8. Strange Things
9. Second Best
10. I Could Be Wrong
11. Only One
12. Smooth Sailing Available from 02.08.2013

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