Unknown Instructors: Unwilling to Explain

We’re thrilled to announce the release of Unwilling to Explain, the forthcoming album from Unknown Instructors. Like previous albums, the line-up includes the former rhythm section of Minutemen and Firehose, bassist Mike Watt and drummer George Hurley, with Toledo-based poet Dan McGuire on vocals. On this fourth effort, the group adds guitarist J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr) to mix. Unwilling to Explain blends flavors of jazz, punk rock, spoken word, noise, and art-rock … Read More

Free Jazz February

If you haven’t noticed, we’ve been doubling down on our offerings of avant-garde and free jazz, and we’re not slowing down anytime soon! We’re happy to announce the release of three fantastic free jazz records, coming next month. You can all about them below, and pre-order copies from our online shop.   Cecil Taylor’s solo piano set at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1974 drew critical acclaim, earning five star … Read More

February 2019: Bunk Johnson & Leadbelly, Earl Hines, and Ben Webster

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We’re very excited to announce three new fantastic reissues coming in February 2019. Bunk Johnson & Leadbelly At New York Town Hall 1947, Earl Hines’ My Tribute To Louis, and Ben Webster’s The Horn will all hit the shelves at fine record stores everywhere on February 15th. In addition to the widely available black vinyl editions of each release, limited edition color vinyl pressings will be sold exclusively at Barnes & Noble. See below for … Read More

Coming January 25th: Milt Hinton & Bill Justis

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There’s no better way to kick off your New Year than with new releases from ORG Music! This January, two spectacular reissues will be available for your listening pleasure; Milt Hinton’s Here Swings The Judge and Bill Justis’ Raunchy & Other Great Instrumentals are officially out on January 25th. Both records will be widely available on black vinyl. Limited edition “Indie Exclusive” color pressings will be available exclusively at independent record stores across the country. … Read More

Record Store Day Black Friday 2018

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We’re thrilled to announce our offerings for this year’s Record Store Day Black Friday! We have six incredible releases lined up, including brand new recordings from some of our favorite artists, along with some stellar reissues, coming exclusively to independent record stores. Beginning November 23rd (Black Friday), limited edition pressings of the below releases will be available while supplies last.     Germs What We Do Is Secret Originally released in 1981, … Read More

Cecil Taylor: Silent Tongues

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Cecil Taylor’s solo piano set at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1974 drew critical acclaim, earning five star reviews from the Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide and AllMusic’s Scott Yanow. The set features Taylor’s five-movement work “Silent Tongues”, along with two encores. After being out of print for nearly four decades, the classic live album is now available exclusively through Vinyl Me, Please on a gold smoke color vinyl, limited … Read More

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