We’re excited to announce two brand new 7″ slabs of sizzling Garage Rock, heading your way on March 17th:
First up is a double-helping of diesel-fueled instrumental R’n’R, courtesy of legendary fuzz-rockers Davie Allan & The Arrows and our inimitable neighbors to the north, Toronto’s Pow Wows! (As if two sides of road-ready Garage Rock weren’t enough, Jim Diamond and alt-artist extraordinaire Olaf Jens add top-notch production and scintillating sleeve art to this already un-missable split.) In the words of Mel from The Phantom Surfers: “Buy this record…OR ELSE!”
Next is the U.S. debut single from France’s wildest, most esoteric Garage-Pysch trio, Weird Omen. Fresh off their sophomore album Breakfast Before Chaos (2016), WO return with two new tracks thick with steamy sax riffs and foreboding melodies, recorded live in-studio at Wattsville/Wattshouse in Perpignan. Don’t miss it!
Both singles are pressed on classic black wax, limited to 500 copies each. Physical copies will ship on or before Friday, March 17. Digital copies will be available via iTunes.
After last year’s successful springtime EU run Pow Wows are headed back overseas this March to tackle Germany, Slovakia, Austria, Switzerland, CZR, and Spain!
POW WOWS Euro Tour March 2017
03/9 Bratislava, Slovakia @ Fuga*
03/10 Vienna, Austria @ Das Bach*
03/11 Feldbach, Austria @ Cafe Glam*
03/12 Brno, Czech Republic @ Kabinet Muz*
03/13 Prague, Czech Republic @ Cross Club*
03/14 Berlin, Germany @ Monarch*
03/15 Dresden, Germany @ Ostpol*
03/16 Nuremberg, Germany @ US69*
03/17 Kassel, Germany @ Goldgrube*
03/18 Mannheim, Germany @ Blau Club*
03/19 Kreuzlingen, Switzerland @ Horst Klub*
03/21 Barcelona, Spain @ Sala BeGood
03/22 Orihuela, Spain @ La Gramola
03/23 Valencia, Spain @ Magazine Club
03/24 Vila-real, Spain @ Japan Rock Club
03/25 Madrid, Spain @ Wurlitzer Ballroom
03/26 Zaragoza, Spain @ La Ley Seca
BreakThru Radio dropped by Get Hip HQ on Small Business Saturday (Nov. 26) to enjoy the sights and sounds–and exclusive holiday deals–at our Open House & Listening Party.
In case you missed it, check out BTR’s review, including live acoustic performances by Slim Forsythe, Frank Secich (Blue Ash, Deadbeat Poets) and Zack Keim (Nox Boys).
Small Business Saturday Record Listening Party
With DJs Captain Kosmo and The Packet Man
Saturday, November 26, 2016
6-10 p.m. @ Get Hip Recordings HQ
On Saturday, November 26th, Get Hip Recordings will once again open its doors to the public for a Record Listening Party featuring Get Hip’s newest releases and choice cuts from around the world. Join DJs Captain Kosmo and The Packet Man (aka Gregg Kostelich of The Cynics and Michael Cunningham of Neighbours) for a Dance Party filled with unforgettable slabs of Garage, Soul, Mod, and Funk–and a handful of Christmas favorites, too!
Browse our bins, and take advantage of deep discounts and special sales in honor of Small Business Saturday. Find the perfect gift for the music-lover on your Christmas shopping list…even if that person is you!
The event is FREE, family-friendly, and open to everyone. Snacks and refreshments will be offered early. See you there!
Get Hip Recordings’ offices are located in the RJ Casey Industrial Park, 1800 Columbus Ave. (North Shore, Pittsburgh, PA).
We’re excited to announce that two of our most anticipated new releases are now available for purchase at the Get Hip Webstore!
First up: The Maggie’s Marshmallows‘ eponymous debut long-player. While the album was released digitally on September 30, the audiophile-friendly vinyl edition is finally here and ready to find its new home permanently affixed to your turntable. (Trust us, it was worth the wait. This platter sounds better than ever!)
The Maggie’s Marshmallows is available on limited edition cream color vinyl (300 copies) and even more limited edition classic black wax (200 copies). Never fear, tech-heads: all copies of the album come with a download coupon.
Next, we’ve got a special edition 7-inch single from our reissue-intensive Archive Series sublabel. Youngstown, Ohio’s Power-Pop phenoms Blue Ash have made a bit of a comeback this year. In honor of their resurgence, we’ve coupled “Abracadabra (Have You Seen Her?),” the outstanding first track from the band’s 1973 album No More, No Less, with an unreleased “live studio” cover of Chan Romero’s “Hippy Hippy Shake.”
This essential 45 is available exclusively on black wax (450 copies) and includes a full-color sleeve featuring liner notes by original Blue Ash bassist Frank Secich.
Order your copies today!