In our brand-new mini-documentary, The Sound And The Fury: Composing Troma's War, composer Chris DeMarco shares with us the entire behind-the-scenes story of his iconic soundtrack to Troma's War.
A short blog on re-issuing the seminal Paul Williams & Roger Nichols album 'Someday Man' on vinyl - making it the first re-issue on wax in the U.S. since its debut in 1970 - has provoked a number of positive responses, not least from Williams himself…
The trend of Japanese video game music on vinyl is not a recent phenomenon. Frederik "Blipblop" Lauridsen takes a trip back to the 80's and looks at some of the releases available at that time...
Ship to Shore PhonoCo-founder and Tiny Tim biographer Justin Martell speaks with Bucks Burnett about how his friendship with the Boxlers began, how Tiny Tim got involved, and some theories about who exactly were the mysterious Boxlers.
Singer-Songwriter Paul Williams reminisces on his 1968 debut, The Holy Mackerel, along with his friend and fan Richard Barone. These notes were originally published in the printed insert of Ship To Shore PhonoCo's 2016 re-issue of The Holy Mackerel.
Ship to Shore's Mark Finch explores the musical question: Have records become too mainstream?
Chris Kohler, Kotaku Features Editor and MOTHER superfan, looks back at the game that started it all. These liner notes were originally published in the Kickstarter exclusive booklet that accompanied the Ship to Shore PhonoCo release of the MOTHER soundtrack.
STSPC Media Officer Mark Finch covers our presentation of Italian horror composer Fabio Frizzi in his New York City debut at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in October, 2017