? (Question Mark) is a collection of 16 tracks from various compilations as well as some other unearthed gems, compiled by Tim and myself.
These are vinyl-effect CDs with an 8 page, full colour, booklet; topped off with a die-cut ‘?’ cover. All hand assembled. There are only 25 copies in total, split between us and Tim.
Myself and Tim have gone through my stock, various boxes from his parent’s house, and stock held by shops and distributors for this selection of various odds and ends. There is a wide mixture of stuff from across Tim’s musical career here, including old bands and solo stuff, as well Continue Reading
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Taking a break from his usual blues-oriented music, Tim Holehouse unleashes “Lost”, a trip-hop/downtempo opus.
Each of the thirteen tracks features guests – including Babar Luck, L Don Okami, and Aaahh’s own Frank Fiott – providing a wide-ranging and varied sound across the album.
All of the profits from the sale of this album will be donated to IMHP Medway and Brain-Aid.
Come is the eleventh studio album from nomadic troubadour Tim Holehouse and sees Tim move somewhat away from his trademark blues sound into more folky territory.
The “sunburst” vinyl edition comes with alternate artwork and is limited to 300 copies worldwide.
Where? is a collection of fifteen live recordings, culled from gigs across Europe. The tracklisting spans Tim’s entire career, even featuring tracks from the upcoming album Come.
Tim and Malcolm provide 5 tracks plus a DEVO cover each. Tim’s tracks are recorded live in session for Bridge Street Sessions, Portland, Oregon.
Two track flexi disc – with a bonus third track on the download – from Tim Holehouse. Track A is an electric re-working of live favourite Good Morning, Mr. Vampire and track AA is new track Ideza Jail. Limited to 250 copies on a 7″ red flexi.
Aaahh!!! Real’s favourite son – Tim Holehouse – is back, and this time he’s brought Kaleb Stewart along with him. Kaleb is perhaps best known as being a member of Grey Goose as well as seminal 90s/00s hardcore outfit As Friends Rust.
Each artist contributes a handful of original tracks, as well as a cover; chosen to represent their nation. Tim has chosen The Clash’s “Guns of Brixton” whilst Kaleb has gone for “Ball and Chain” by Social Distortion.
Another day, another Tim Holehouse album; although this one is different. Backed up by Berlin-based garage/blues/drone band Tourette Boys, Tim unleashes this four track/50 minute drone/rock/blues opus.