Electric Owl Vomits Eel Released!

Electric Owl Vomits Eel is Richtig’s hand picked favourites from his albums Second Son (2018), Technological Advances (2015), Earth Tones (2004) and Transition (2019). Includes 4 previously unreleased tracks from personal projects: Wave (Life In A Scat Filled Universe, 2005), Wonder (Prayer Flags 2006), Asian Moon (New Songs 2008) and Polyamory (Second Son Outtake 2018).

Transition Released!

Kyle Richtig’s new album Transition has been released!

New Album Transition to Debut in 2019

Richtig’s new album Transition is the follow up to 2018s Second Son.

Alice Merton: Mint

German Canadian artist Alice Merton‘s first full length album “Mint” was released as a follow up to 2018’s No Roots EP. Merton’s release has immediately made its mark on Canadian music.

Cyndi Lauper: She’s So Unusual

Cyndi Lauper’s debut solo album She’s So Unusual changed the way many of us thought about music. It quickly became one of the most iconic albums of the 1980s.

Second Son Released!

Kyle Richtig is happy to announce his new album Second Son! The new album features his songs Daisies & Roses and Runaway, which has been enjoying success since the end of last year. Second Son is Richtig’s first album since 2016’s Technological Advances.

Moby: Play

Moby’s album Play has the dubious honour of being successful due to its licensing, rather than from radio exposure. This approach allowed the album to penetrate the background of culture through commercial and film before the songs became known on the radio.

Culture Club: Colour By Numbers

I was introduced to Colour By Numbers in 1983 by my mother. It was of course her record; however, all that we do affects our children. Boy George and Culture Club created a world for me that was boundless.

Sia Confesses Origins of “Cellophane”

Sia confesses the song ‘Cellophane’ has roots in Fried Green Tomatoes.

Green Warriors – Best Of Acoustic Kyle Richtig

Kyle Richtig released the album Green Warriors – a compilation of his most loved acoustic songs – yesterday via Bandcamp. Find it here.

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