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Boo Boo Records Limited Edition Art Prints by Steve Thomas
To commemorate our storied 40+ year run in San Luis Obispo, we’ve partnered with Just Looking Gallery and artist Steve Thomas to bring you a series of limited edition, individually-numbered giclée art prints.
Allman Brothers Band – Macon City Auditorium, Macon, GA 2/11/72 2xCD (Allman Brothers Band)
Allman Brothers Band – Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 5/1/73 2xCD (Allman Brothers Band)
Allman Brothers Band’s 2/11/72 set at Macon City Auditorium featured the unified front that was the five-man version of the band as it gamely carried on following the loss of Duane Allman. Their 5/1/73 show at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY marked a much different line-up for the Allman Brothers Band. Keyboardist Chuck Leavell (who would later go on to The Rolling Stones) had joined the group in mid-1972 just before founding bassist Berry Oakley’s untimely death. Jaimoe’s childhood friend Lamar Williams was chosen to replace Berry Oakley six months prior to the Nassau recording.
Black Tape For A Blue Girl – Tenderotics CD (Projekt)
A new re-imagination of BTFABG’s 2009 album 10 Neurotics, featuring fourteen newly reworked tracks and remix contributions from the likes of Android Lust, Steve Roach and Attrition.
Bullet For My Valentine – Temper Temper CD/LP (RCA)
New album from the Welsh metal band – heavy and hypnotic. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds two bonus tracks. Free patch with purchase – while supplies last!
Matt Costa – Matt Costa CD (Brushfire)
Costa’s new album was recorded in Scotland and produced by long-time Belle & Sebastian/Mogwai collaborator Tony Doogan at his Castle of Doom studio. Belle & Sebastian’s Stevie Jackson, Chris Geddes and Bobby Kildea are also featured throughout.
Crispy Ambulance – The Plateau Phase  CD (Factory Benelux)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the 1982 debut album by Manchester post-punk group Crispy Ambulance. Bonus tracks include extended 12” single “The Presence” and “Concorde Square,” produced by the legendary Martin Hannett, and farewell single “Sexus.”
The Creole Choir Of Cuba – Santiman CD (Real World)
Freedom songs passed down through generations of Haitian emigrants in Cuba are brought to life with vibrant harmonies, lilting melodies and rich, deep Caribbean rhythms.
C2C – Tetra CD (Universal Republic)
New album from the French turntable group (formerly known as Coups2Cross). C2C is not yet a household name for electro/urban music enthusiasts, but the three-letter name is nonetheless legendary in the world of turntablism.
Airstrip’s guitar-driven ”Nightmare Pop” is dark, hypnotic and strangely infectious.
Terry Allen – Bottom Of The World CD (TLA)
Bottom Of The World is Terry Allen’s first studio release in over 14 years. Widely heralded as a progressive artist of contemporary country music, Allen digs into modern-day concerns with a gutsy, liberal perspective, while maintaining a firm musical grounding in regional country and folk traditions.
Apache Dropout – Magnetic Heads CD (Family Vineyard)
“Rawer and bleaker than last year’s Bubblegum Graveyard, the 10-track Magnetic Heads is a combination of two of their early cassette releases, 2008’s Cha Cha Cha and 2009’s Lysergic Caveman Choogle: Not For Pigs, originally released on Magnetic South Recordings. The songs are drenched in fuzz and echo with the occasional fiddle (!?) accompaniment.” – Tiny Mix Tapes. Vinyl version due March 5.
Avant – Face The Music CD (Mo-B)
On his new album, Avant pulls inspiration from R&B legends such as Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Frankie Beverly & Maze, Luther Vandross and Kenny Babyface Edmonds.
Nils Bech – Look Inside CD/LP (Fysisk Format)
New album from the Norwegian art-pop eccentric: Idiosyncratic pop at its best. Look Inside is his darkest and most ambitious project so far. It is a journey through the different emotions and tensions of a relationship and involves the listeners through states of vulnerability and suspicion, but also joy and bliss.
“Like Wire, Bettie Serveert are only getting fiercer with age. The 50-something Dutch rockers, who found college-radio indie fame in the ‘90s, make a surprise return with an album big on catchy melodies and tough lyrics delivered forcefully by Carol van Dijk. Her strong voice (think Kim Deal or Liz Phair) remains the focal point, though wild guitars and thunderous drumming give Oh Mayhem the foundation it needs to soar.” – Now Toronto
Bjork – Bastards CD/2×12” (One Little Indian)
Collection of remixed tracks from Bjork’s 2011 album Biophilia. Features collaborations with Current Value, Death Grips, Hudson Mohawke, Alva Noto, Matthew Herbert, Omar Souleyman, 16-bit, These New Puritans, and The Slips.
Boats – Fairway Full Of Miners CD (Kill Rock Stars)
There are still plenty of manic, sloppy-on-purpose junk-store pop tunes that burst with pop-rocks-and-Coke energy, but the new record also sees the band stretch out over more ambitious epics and heartfelt ballads.
Erin Boheme – What A Life CD (Heads Up)
Sophomore album from the Wisconsin-based jazz vocalist. The album was produced by Michael Buble and features his touring band as her backing unit.
Broadway Calls – Comfort/Distraction CD/LP (No Sleep)
Broadway Calls is a sometimes pop, sometimes punk, always ultra-catchy band hailing from Rainier, Oregon. Vinyl version due February 19.
The Bronx – The Bronx (IV) CD/LP (ATO)
After two albums under the moniker Mariachi El Bronx, Los Angeles punks the Bronx are back with riotous riffs and howling, shout-along choruses on their fourth self-titled LP.
Brother Lynch Hung – Mannibalector CD (Strange Music)
Sacramento, CA veteran emcee Brotha Lynch Hung wraps up his Strange Music trilogy.