Born Ruffians have made some pretty bad albums. It’s not a secret. For a band whose debut record was so promising, it was difficult…Read More
Yep Roc Records is an independent International record label based in Haw River, North Carolina and owned by Redeye Distribution. The label has put out albums by artists like The Go-Betweens, The Fleshtones, Gang of Four, The Reverend Horton Heat, and The Minus 5, as well as the work of important solo artists like Robyn Hitchcock, Bob Mould, Paul Weller, Kristin Hersh, Nick Lowe, Ken Stringfellow and John Doe.
Yesterday, The Sadies premiered “It’s Easy (Like Walking)” featuring Kurt Vile from their forthcoming new album. The track is the second single to be…Read More
The Toronto-based rock quartet is a truly democratic group in the annals of pop, with Jay Ferguson, Chris Murphy, Patrick Pentland, and Andrew Scott all contributing original compositions to each record, equal partners with equal say over every aspect of their workRead More
Born Ruffians are currently streaming the previously unreleased track “With An Ax”. The song is one of the band’s favorites but they felt it stood out better on it’s own so it was left off BirthmarksRead More
At the heart of some of the great albums of the last 50 years, Parks’ accomplishments include Brian Wilson’s ‘lost’ masterpiece Smile, Randy Newman and Ry Cooder’s first recordings, and Joanna Newsom’s critically acclaimed 2006 album YS.Read More
Gritty, raw, honest, and drenched in bourbon. This record is the soundtrack to those sweat-soaked mornings when you wake up not knowing where the hell you are, or the name of the person lying next to you, and you really don’t give a shit either way. You’ll breakfast on stale whiskey and cigarettes, watch dawn rise over a city that you long to escape, and love to hate.Read More