November 25, 2014
Texas-born New Yorker Willie Burns, goes back to his roots. In his own words: “These songs were hot in San Antonio and Austin, Texas in the early/mid 90s. Made possible by great record stores: Hogwild, Waterloo, and Sound Exchange”.
Les Yper-Yper Sound
Weird Stereolab b side from a 10″.
(Fire Records, 1990)
Spacemen 3 that can work on a dance floor.
Rats In The Garbage Of The Western World
Merrit goes goth from a 7″ b side.
Will Oldham lo-fi with a Twin Peaks style outro.
(Soul Static Sound, 1995)
Early Tortoise b side…
Super good Texas band.
(Homestead Records, 1991)
All hail indie rock.
Indie pop with heavyweight singers.
Gotta have a little ’90s pop punk. still gets stuck in my head sometimes.
(Dischord Records, 1988)
Had to put it in there cause we listened to it a lot.