Our buyer, Tim, recently secured a very cool collection of promotional posters and display, a large amount of which were from the desirable 4AD label and its niche family of artists and bands.
Most are near mint and printed to durable, gloss paper – most have been stored flat for many years. Absolutely perfect for archivists as much as serious collectors wishing to mount and frame them for dispay.
Artists include: Heidi Berry, Cath Carroll, Red House Painters, Dead Can Dance, Ultra Vivid Scene, The Pixies, His Name Is Alive, Belly, Swallow and of course, Lush.
For better or worse, the ‘90s will be remembered for a lot of iconic moments, but mostly it will be for the music. There was the rise of Brit Pop and the battle between Oasis and Blur, Nirvana bringing grunge to the mainstream and influencing an entire generation to wear […read more…]
From Planet Rock. Mick Fleetwood has confirmed to Planet Rock that Fleetwood Mac’s eagerly-anticipated new tour will be a “massive trek around the planet.” The British-American music icons haven’t performed together since they wrapped up their On with the Show world tour in November 2015, and this summer Christine McVie […read more…]
Dick’s Picks: This week’s pick from our man Dick is this bizarro 1978 children’s LP entitled ‘Scouse The Mouse’ featuring Ringo with Donald Pleasance, Adam Faith and Barbara Dickson Scouse The Mouse – What Is It? Firstly, for any non-UK readers a ‘scouser’ is a slang term for a Liverpudlian. The […read more…]