Washington, DC based group Congo Sanchez, has drawn their line in the sand with today's release of their first full length album titled 'Dealin' With This'. This album is anything but your average radio loop, as it takes you through turmoil, protest, love, and life on the road. Spanning from funky dance breaks to dark hip-hop beats, and back to lounge based sambas, this album takes you on a ride. 'Dealin' With This' is available today on Herb Records, buy it here.: http://herbrecords.bandcamp.com/
Our favorite Nashville garage rockers, Jeff The Brotherhood, are back with another release. This time its an awesome EP in the form of a covers record. Tracks include songs from the Wipers, Beck, and My Bloody Valentine. You can stream it for free, go digital, or do what we did and order the vinyl. Heavy, fuzzy stuff.
Our good friends and San Diego’s own heavy swamp rockers, Blackout Party are putting their next release to vinyl. They have started a campaign on Indie Go-Go to put the much anticipated 'Float on towards our Doom’ on wax. You can be a part of it, and maybe even win a Sector 9!
Dropping engine grease from coast to coast and rattling cages at every stop, Low Volts is on tour. The one-man lightning storm is on his way through the mid-west with a full schedule ahead. Catch a show and uplift your soul!
After a 10 hour drive up the coast to Monterey, CA we arrived at the county fairgrounds where the 9-ball crew would be camping, debuting our custom collaboration deck, valeting bikes & boards, and enjoying some sweet reggae music. Thanks to everyone involved in making this festival a huge success, take a closer look here: https://www.facebook.com/sector9/caliroots2014
What’s your favorite indie record store? Ours is M-Theory in Mission Hills, so join us there this Saturday in support of Record Store Day. Come get cultured on what makes music great, score limited releases, and even win a skateboard!