Our Black Lion Records jazz series is now available for pre-order here. The first series includes releases from Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Ben Webster, Dexter Gordon, Billie Holiday, and Miles Davis. The deluxe, numbered edition of each release features 2 formats of the respective title, with 1LP at 33rpm, and a 2LP set at 45rpm. All records are pressed at Pallas in Germany on 180 gram vinyl, and mastered at Bernie … Read More
Black Lion was a late but seminal jazz label formed in the UK in 1968 by Alan Bates. The label concentrated on excessively rare recordings from American jazz and blues legends for reissue. In addition, Black Lion produced new and unique sessions exclusive to their label group. Many of these recordings are considered by jazz critics and fans alike to be important, significant, and exceptional for each artist. The most iconic names of each genre are represented … Read More
Dot Hacker just released their eponymous debut EP, Dot Hacker, via Org Music, and now announce their first full-length album, Inhibition to come out on May 1st, 2012. The album will be available through all major digital outlets, and in stores on CD and vinyl. An exclusive run of 200 copies of limited edition Black, Blue, and White Swirl color vinyl is available for pre-order here, along with standard black vinyl and CD. Pre-order … Read More
On our favorite holiday of the year, Record Store Day (4/21), we’re bringing you a very special split 7″ from two artists in the ORG Music family… This split 7” features two punk icons, both bass players, performing with their current bands. Mike Watt + The Missingmen cover Roky Erickson’s “Sweet Honey Pie”, recorded live at the Globen in Stockholm, Sweden on December 11, 2006. The Chuck Dukowski SEXTET re-recorded … Read More
We’re very proud to announce the newest addition to ORG Music, our good friends, Yellow Red Sparks. Look out for their incredible debut album later in 2012. For those in LA, you can catch them on Wednesday (3/7) at the Bootleg Theater. Grab a free download of their Bob Dylan cover here. More to come shortly!