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For February:

A perfect mix of Memphis Soul from the Hi Records label, distributed by Fat Possum Records.



Kickin presents Hi Tide Groove, DJ’s choice 1969 – 1981, selected by Daisuke Kuroda. A collection of Hi Records singles from the famous Al Green and Ann Peebles, to the obscure African and Jean Plum on double 180 gram vinyl.


For March:

Rosali Bite Down (Merge Records)

Limited, pink vinyl pressing signed by Rosali!

Dan Bejar of Destroyer says:

It’s hard to talk about Rosali’s music. Songs that reach outward like this, but then constantly disarm with their intimacy. What do you call such inner searching that is hellbent on rollicking? Songs that long for a sense of peace and songs that want romance, all on equal footing in the same plot of earth? Performed wild, but always centered around the incredible lyrical calm that is Rosali’s voice.

Bite Down makes me think about singers and bands that throw themselves hard into the storm, the way the Rosali quartet does. The calm of her voice over top of the band’s raging—it is the emblem of songs that live to put themselves in harm’s way. But it’s not harm. It’s just that you have to play hard to get at these goods. The calm of Rosali’s voice, the straight talk of her inner search vs. the wildness of the band, the sonic storm she rides in on. That’s their sound.


For April:

The Gordian Knot self-titled (Sundazed Music)

Limited, white vinyl pressing

REG PRICE: $29.99


OLE MISS PSYCH from the 1960’s! This group of Ole Miss grads features Jim Weatherly (writer of “Midnight Train to Georgia”) and is often likened to the Association for their soft, trippy sound.