VJ Live #6 - Essential Jazz, Moog, and Dead Mice
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VJ Live 6: VJ Live #6 – Essential Jazz, Moog, and A Dead Mouse

This week’s VJ Live broadcast was co-hosted by Anthrax, King Beast of The Record Cave.  While he proceeded to dismantle a helpless mouse throughout the show, here’s what happened. This Week’s New Arrivals/Reviews (in no particular order) Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane – Complete 1957 Riverside Recordings(Out June 9th in North America, June 30th Europe) […]

vinyl junkies vmp vj Vinyl Me, Please Newsletter - May 2017
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VMP May Newsletter/Member Store Picks

Our Vinyl Junkies Live broadcasts have proven to be quite popular! Awesome, glad you’re enjoying them. Most of it isn’t directly related to VMP so I’ve edited down the bits that do. I wouldn’t call these “reviews” per se; I just ramble on about music and share personal anecdotes. Hope you enjoy them.  Here’s a […]

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VINYL DIARY #6: Atrocity Exhibition

Danny Brown ‎– Atrocity Exhibition Warp Records ‎– WARPLP276X, Fool’s Gold Records ‎ 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Vinyl Me, Please Limited Edition (1000 foil stamped copies), Electric Blue Wax Released: 21 Oct 2016   LAST FRIDAY (First Drop)   My first Danny Brown album, LOVE IT! Massive beats, unique phrasing, clever lyrics. I don’t […]

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VINYL ME, PLEASE TOP 12 OF 2016 – #7-12

I don’t usually do lists.  Too many variables to consider, too much pressure, far too many records. Doing so with a dozen titles renders the exercise more manageable.  Besides, everyone likes lists. So here’s a list ranking all 12 Vinyl Me, Please ROTM picks. The ranking means nothing and should immediately be ignored as nothing more […]

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George Danquah – Hot and Jumpy

George Danquah – Hot and Jumpy 197?, QuaMi Records (Reissued by Secret Stash, 2011) By Grant Austin “Who the hell is this guy?” A common utterance upon first hearing the one and only solo LP from George Danquah, ‘Hot and Jumpy’. That such a masterful artist could materialize out of the ether and vanish was hard for long […]