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Not all the good music coming out of Freehold, NJ, is from the name "Bruce"! This is a thread celebrating the fine folks at Hi-Tide Recordings, flying the flag for surf and exotica these days.
If you have not heard of them before, here are a few of their artists you should check out:
There's always something new from Hi-Tide around the corner; definitely recommend subscribing to their email list and following them on the socials. Good people putting out good music.
Share some of your favorite Hi-Tide releases here in the thread!
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I've loved this label for some time now, and I think I stumbled onto them because they have some sort of link to The Tikiyaki Orchestra.
That's not their only California connection, though. Check out the new EP "Mai Tai in Hi-Fi" from Shorty's Swingin' Coconuts.
I CHANT ignore Slowey & The Boats (sorry about that). These guys have two very impressive LPs, a Single and a wonderfully exotic Christmas LP, any and all of which are welcome in my Tiki Lounge (with seasonal restrictions, of course).
L'Exotighost is scheduled to release a new LP in a couple of days (May 6, 2022) and I've heard rumors that The Manakooras may be sneakin' something out soon as well.
Hi-Tide is a record label you won't regret keeping and eye (and Both of Your Ears) on.
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Got word that physical media on the next L'Exotighost will be in the Fall of 2022.
Eagerly anticipating Manakooras and Surfrajettes in the meantime!!
I just came across this tasty cocktail by Justin Wojslaw meant to help bring attention to Hi-Tide Recordings:
Easy Tiki Drinks: A Tiki Drink Inspired by a Recording Studio? | Hi-Tide Boogie
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