TVD Radar: Run Out Groove announces Secret Machines’ Now Here is Nowhere as its third
pre-order title

VIA PRESS RELEASE | Run Out Groove’s second pre-order campaign closed on 3/31. Echo and The Bunnymen It’s All Live Now is being pressed to a limited quantity of 2,987 LPs and is no longer available on the website. The album will be shipping in June, so check with your local record store as they may have a copy. The new collection is available to stream on Spotify.

Secret Machines’ fans came out of nowhere and voted Now Here is Nowhere, as Run Out Groove’s 3rd pre-order title that is currently available to order until 5/2. This lost Space-Rock classic from 2004 was a personal favorite of David Bowie’s but did not garner the attention it deserved upon initial release. This is the first time the trio’s 2LP debut will be available on vinyl in the U.S., and has never sounded or looked as good. Fans will even get the opportunity to weigh in on what color will be chosen for the second LP in the set via their Facebook and Twitter pages. Now Here is Nowhere is available to order exclusively through the site for the next 30 days and will be limited and numbered based on total orders at the end of the pre-order period.

Two new titles have been introduced into the voting section this month: Howard Tate’s self-titled 1972 album on Atlantic and Dream Syndicate’s Complete Live at Raji’s. The Dream Syndicate title is the LA Paisley Underground legend’s mercurial live show recorded in 1988 and if voted for will be the first time the complete show will be available on vinyl in the U.S. with new art and liner notes. Howard Tate is a cult figure in the soul world, having first done Jerry Ragovoy’s “Get It While You Can,” which was later made famous by Janis Joplin. His sole album for Atlantic has not been re-pressed since its original release in 1972 but can be voted for here. Voting is now open on both new titles as well as Golden Smog’s Down By the Old Mainstream. And if you voted for Golden Smog in the first round don’t fret, your vote still counts. Whichever title gathers the most votes will become available for pre-order in early May.

The best way to stay on top of new monthly ROG titles for pre-order, voting options, and related artist information is to go to Run Out Groove and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Check with your local record store to find out if they will be stocking Run Out Groove releases.

They also encourage feedback, questions, and suggestions on potential new titles by emailing them directly at [email protected]

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