Fed Up and Feeling Strange: Live and in Person (1993-1998) shows the Dinosaur Jr maestro doesn’t need a wall of amplifiers to make an impact.
Cherry Red's new box set finds Iggy Pop and the Stooges on their final death trip, falling apart for audiences between September 1973 and February 1974.
Over three discs and four hours, Cherry Red Records does a deep dive into the output of Liverpool's Inevitable Records, home to Pete Wylie and Pete Burns, among many others.
I’m a Freak 2 Baby: A Further Journey Through the British Heavy Psych & Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-73
Heavy, hairy, stoned, and scary: before the punks tuned out these bands were turning it up while turning on.
With the release of three lost classics by the underrated '70s funk quartet now available, Maxayan talks with PopMatters about her music and "the storm" that is life as a black woman in America.