The true gods of the stoner underground music, the Melvins
, released some of their most popular titles during the roaring 90s. On from the early days of the Melvins
guitarist Buzz Osborne and drummer Dale Crover created some influential pieces and are releasing records on a yearly basis. Their album Stoner Witch
dates from 1994 and is an album where their musical capacities can be heard in the depth of their powerful and experimental songs. Blending the sound from their earlier recordings with some ambient and hardcore influences. Their eight studio album Stag
doesn't sound like anything they recorded before. On this album they're experimenting with different techniques. Weird, heavy & beautiful are keywords for this record.
Another fine release dates back from the early 80s. The period in which Barry Reynolds
released his first and only solo album I Scare Myself.
The album consists of both his own material as covers from other artists. His music is a great mix of singer-songwriter material and reggae music. The album is available as a limited first pressing of 1.000 individually numbered copies on yellow vinyl.
The last release is What Am I To Do?,
a collection of ground-breaking songs by Jamaican record producer Harry Zephaniah Johnson, better known as Harry J. The title track by Tony Scott is the most famous song that can be found on this album. This mono recording is available as a limited edition of 750 copies on orange colored vinyl.