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United Teachers of Music are more than up to the task of maintaining the Twin Cities legacy of jolly malevolence on the band’s new LP. Collectors also should get mentally prepared for Record Store Day and the St. Vinny’s record sale. more

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Fox Face is a Milwaukee quartet with attitude to spare. Their just-released album "Spoil + Destroy" provides a welcome soundtrack to counter our current climate of seeming collapse of both social and political norms. more

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The proprietor of Resale Records, Eric Teisberg, died earlier this week. “Vinyl Cave” author Bob Koch remembers a community of record lovers that flourished in the humble east side store. more

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The Madison-based punk-and-western trio hits national LP racks with a new LP on Big Neck Records. more

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Over a six-decade career, Glen Campbell recorded in about every style you can imagine. more

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The Zombies were one of the most unique sounding rock bands of the 1960s. Now the band is enjoying a second life in the new millennium and continues to create rewarding music. more

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Dionne Warwick may not have had much chart success in the 1970s, but was still releasing quality material. more

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After many years of avoidance, it's time to explore some Nancy Sinatra stereo mixes. more

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2016’s bad-news vortex creates the perfect storm necessary for the importation of a Christmas LP to the Vinyl Cave. more

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I’d seen Rod Taylor’s self-titled album listed on Asylum discographies over the years, but always assumed it was some sort of vanity project for the actor. Not so. more

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Maplewood Records unearths unfiltered Kenny and company live tapes. more

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When Jan Berry was seriously injured in a car crash, Dean Torrence went to work to keep their doo-wop/surf duo in the public eye, remixing an old album track and releasing it as a single. But when “Popsicle” became a hit, the label needed an album. more

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The Bright as Night compilation, which is being released on vinyl at Mickey’s Tavern on Feb. 13, is an entertaining peek into the more iconoclastic corners of local music. more

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David Bowie’s death has led to a remarkable outpouring of emotion from both his serious fans and those who maybe haven’t been paying as much attention since his major hit-making days in the 1970s and ’80s. more

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There is a surprising amount of independently released music from the first vinyl era out there. Here’s a recently unearthed batch. more

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“Sea Shells” has more in common with Joanna Newsom’s sparser moments than the rest of Peggy Lee’s catalog. more

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Buck Owens cranked out a ton of records in the 1960s, and his backing band even maintained a parallel recording career of their own. more

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A longtime psych rock want list item suddenly becomes easier to find, thanks to newcomers Maplewood Records. more

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The extensive discography of Duke Ellington and His Orchestra grew even more confusing in the late 1980s; Vinyl Cave is here to help. more

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Former Madisonian Mike Krol jumps into the national music scene with his new release “Turkey,” out now on Merge Records. more

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