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As you might’ve guessed, 2010 has been another massively exciting year for us here at Sundazed—we were again stoked to share a mind-blowing assortment of our favorite garage, surf, psychedelic, rockabilly, soul, funk, country, blues and rock ‘n roll with … Continue reading
ON CARDINAL-RED COLORED VINYL! In November 1963, the Trashmen came roaring out of the frozen, landlocked expanses of Minnesota to shake the foundations of Western culture with their debut release “Surfin’ Bird.” Two and a half minutes of gleeful, unhinged … Continue reading
LESS THAN 200 COPIES AVAILABLE ON SONIC PURPLE COLORED WAX! Occasionally we have a little extra fun with our vinyl and will spontaneously create a short run of existing records on cool colored vinyl…only a few hundred copies of Introducing the … Continue reading
Originally issued in 1965, Bob Bogle, Nokie Edwards & Don Wilson serve up wild seasonal sounds, applying their trademark twang to a dozen cuts, including “Sleigh Ride,” “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town,” & “Jingle Bells.” Finally – it’s a … Continue reading
Our October 2010 releases are now available for pre-order. Our October 2010 releases include the original mono mix of the landmark debut by folk-rock pioneers the Mamas & the Papas; an essential, ethereal psychedelic-folk masterpiece by Linda Perhacs; instrumental holiday … Continue reading
As Quentin Tarantino has confirmed in his film soundtracks, and a conga line of national advertisers knows well, vintage surf music will never die. And once again, Sundazed has unearthed a handful of reverbed surf-garage masterpieces—this time captured on four … Continue reading