Never compromise. Not even in the face of Armageddon. That's always been the difference between us ... (Rorschach)
Perhaps it's just what Rorschach said to Daniel, what fuels us as an independent label. This thought originated Sounds of Subterrania's work as a distribution. To help other labels selling their records, creating networks and to support each other. Now we've got a new tool and I hope it facilitates your work and the process of ordering. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And I'm always open and thankful for any suggestions to improve the new concept.
Hope to hear from you soon!
... and now enjoy the digging!
Hope to hear from you soon!
... and now enjoy the digging!
THE CENTURIONS (CENTURIANS)
Bullwinkle Part II: Surfers' Pajama Party Recorded Live On The U.C.L.A. CampusPlus 6 Bonus Tracks! Some acts have a cult reputation such as THE CENTURIANS or THE CENTURIONS as they were originally called. In 1967 they changed their name to THE CENTURIANS due to legal reasons. I
Disco DeewaneDisco Deewane is the 14 million copies best-seller 1981 Pakistani pop/disco album by the duo Nazia and Zoheb, consisting of Nazia Hassan and her brother Zoheb Hassan, with composition and production b
MYSTIC ASTROLOGIC CRYSTAL BAND, THE
The Mystic Astrologic Crystal BandPLUS BONUS TRACKS! LA Psychedelic Rock outfit fromt he late 60's. Sitar, baroque suneshine psych pop at it's best! Musically ranging from Beach Boys, over Sgt. Peppers to The Seeds. Imagine a
GOLDFINGER DOE & B.M.S.
Let's Dance TogetherWilliam Onyeabor wasn?t the only Nigerian experimenting with synthesizers in the 70s and 80s. Goldfinger Doe was twiddling knobs too, no more so than on Let?s Dance Together ? a prime slab of cosmic A
Sukiyaki And Other Japanese HitsIf you are curious how Japanese pop music sounded in the early 60s, here is one of the most popular examples. So this reissue will hopefully open new channels for fans of abundantly orchestrated 60s p
SAM THE SHAM AND THE PHARAOHS
Wooly Bully: The Original 1965 Debut Album!Reissue of their classic 1965 debut album! THE soundtrack for every 60's beat party! Feat. three bonus tracks.
ART OF LOVIN, THE
The Art Of Lovin'The Art Of Lovin's one and only album, originally on the legendary US label MAINSTREAM in 1968. An album full of interesting and imaginative female fronted psychedelic folk rock, for fans of Jeffe
Funk With MeDanny Offia?s Funk With Me is a prime slab of Nigerian Boogie. Sinewy and urbane, it?s the soundtrack of Lagos in the early eighties. The city was awash with oil money, clubs were booming and every ni
ANT TRIP CEREMONY
24 HoursSome albums just exist due to the fact that the band is about to break up and with that knowledge in their mind the members wish to capture at least a tiny bit of the magic they created playing their
LITTLE BOY BLUES, THE
In The Woodland Of WeirThe late 60s seem like a lake of great music releases without a bottom to me. Whenever you think there is no way to go deeper into the mists of obscurity you stumble over another crown jewel from the
Farewell American TourSally Eaton's 1971 solo album is a unique mixture of rock, folk, pop and swing. The album is very well arranged and Sally's powerful lyrics made this album even better. Recommended for fans of
Light My FireSearch the name ?Burnis Moleme' and the returns are sparse. You?ll discover that his track ?Where Is The Answer? appeared on Soundway?s excellent Nigerian disco compilation, Doin? It In Lagos. And
Pacific Ocean (1968/aka Purgatory)It's a wonder they weren't touring the whole world and playing on huge stages in front of thousands of fans. This 1968 album smashes in like a hot stone with that soulful drive otherwise only
HarumiOriginally released in 1968 on Verve, Harumi is a classic double album of obscure 'Japan meets Greenwich Village' psych with legendary producer Tom Wilson (Velvet Underground, Zappa, Dylan, Si
Banko WomanHeaven sent from Nigeria?s tumultuous east, The Apostles have been preaching a particular blend of funky psychedelic soulock fusion for over forty years. On Banko Woman they threw a little Afrobeat in
GRATEFUL DEAD, THE
It Crawled Out Of The Vaults Of KSAN 1966-1968 - Volume 1: Live At The Fillmore Auditorium 11/19/66REPRESS! 2018 EDITION! This is a recording of a cult event, THE GRATEFUL DEAD live at the Filmore Auditorium on November 19th 1966. Recorded before their first album came out, this record features thr
(If It Is) Only For TonightOn this superb 1965 album O.V. Wright combines his gospel background with influences from, soul, blues, rock'n'roll, pop and even beat. The result is a truly unique album, featuring haunting v
Boys And GirlsCalling all students of late 70s Nigerian Boogie. Class is in and you?re about to get schooled by music professor Josephine Mokwunyei, aka Joe Moks. Spotted by legendary producer, Odion Iruoje, and nu
STAN GETZ / LUIZ BONFA
Jazz Samba Encore!While in 1963 Beat and Rock'n'Roll ruled the charts and airwaves at full throttle, there still was a scene for more gentle and lightweight music out there to get you into a joyful mood right w
TOGASHI MASAHIKO QUARTET
We Now Create - Music For Strings, Winds And PercussionsStunning 1969 album by Japanese Free Jazz group ''Togashi Masahiko Quartet''.
Eden's Island2017 EDITION! PLUS BONUS TRACKS! It is 1960, Rock?n?Roll has just lost a couple of its protagonists during this and the previous year, the time of the great balladeers has just begun but soon will run
GuneshThe Gunesh Ensemble was founded in 1970 in Ashkhabad, Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic, then part of the Soviet Union. They started out as a vocal group with supporting musicians from Turkmenistan St
Orgy In Rhythm - Volume OneIt is interesting how the Jazz sounds of the 1950s and early 1960s influenced later psychedelic bands and if you dig yourself through to the most influentual records of that mind expanding extraordina
HAROLD MCNAIR WITH ORNETTE COLEMAN'S SIDEMEN
Affectionate FinkAn incredible record from reedman Harold McNair ? one of the key Jamaican jazz players who hit the London scene in the same post-colonial wave as Joe Harriott and Shake Keane ? and maybe our favorite