We're giving away a selection of vinyl from Frank Zappa, Paul Weller, Rory Gallagher, PJ Harvey, Brian May and The Velvet Underground.
Frank Vincent Zappa packed such a ridiculous amount of great music into his 52 years on this planet that we would honestly need not just one book but several tomes to do...
From its glitzy beginnings to its hair metal heyday, we’re tracing the history of the Whisky a Go Go, one of the most storied clubs in America.
Frank Zappa’s groundbreaking solo album ‘Hot Rats’ is out now via Zappa Records and UMe as a newly expanded edition to mark its 50th anniversary.
The set documents and compiles every composition taped during the sessions in July 1969 at which Zappa recorded Hot Rats and a wealth of other material.
Released in December 1970, Captain Beefheart’s ‘Lick My Decals Off, Baby’ album found him bringing the ‘Trout Mask Replica’ era to its conclusion.
Out just in time for Halloween 2019, the previously completely unreleased live recordings contain more than four and a half hours of material.
Over the course of four decades, Lawson and the Persuasions recorded 25 albums that spanned rock, blues, gospel and pop.
The Zappa Family Trust is giving the 1979 album the audiophile detail and respect that was lacking in the original release.
With his imitable style, rollicking piano and Southern drawl, Dr John embodied the spirit of New Orleans.
Ahead of shows in the US, UK and Europe, Ahmet Zappa promises “a smorgasbord of awesome” from The Bizarre World Of Frank Zappa.
The release commemorates the four historic, sold-out concerts that the trailblazing artist played at the Palladium in New York City, between Christmas and New Year’s 1976.
The production will feature a “who's who” of favourite musicians among Zappa fans, and hours of unseen performance footage of the pioneer.
This year’s bounty of releases ranges from several vinyl debuts, unique color vinyl pressings, one-of-a-kind picture discs and more.
The new beer is described as being “as wild and distinctive” as the artist himself.
The recordings were captured at Canterbury House, a Michigan venue that regularly hosted 1960s counterculture events.