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Rare Grooves- Rare Grooves 7″ (SAA1156)

Washing hither and thither through the rip tide of the Los Angeles music scene, Rare Grooves was formed out of break up of The Widow Babies. Guitarist Danny Miller and drummer Tabor Allen launched themselves into fresh ideas and new singing duties, arriving very quickly at a recording date with their hero and bass master Mike Watt. Produced by long-time collaborator Chris Schlarb, the songs are saturated in bay city sunshine and breezy palm tree shade.

Destroyer Of Brains- Song For Charles Rocket (SAA1154)

“Song For Charles Rocket” is the high energy, debut recording from Los Angeles-based free jazz ensemble, Destroyer Of Brains. The band features members of I Heart Lung, The Widow Babies, Breakestra and Ventriloquists.

The Widow Babies- The Mike Watt E.P. (SAA1147)

saa1147.jpgThe debut release from upstart Los Angeles band The Widow Babies could have been alternately titled, “The Lamb Lies Down In San Pedro”. This six song, 13-minute concept album features a brilliantly conceived story that pits Minutemen bassist and erstwhile folkhero Mike Watt against a world domination-minded vampire who looks like Abraham Lincoln.