Tapes from the Allen-Martin Studio, a Louisville recording studio that captured the sounds of a wealth of local and regional performers. Allen-Martin also recorded advertisements, and this accession contains ads recorded for a wide variety of local businesses and organizations.
Master tapes and vinyl recordings from the Ancient Order of Assassins label, along with a DVD and pamphlet on the history of the label. Includes digital audio tapes (DAT). This collection is part of the Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) Project.
The original scrapbook contains clippings of music reviews authored by Anderson in his capacity as a music critic for the Louisville Courier-Journal. There are also a few clippings of articles he wrote for other newspapers. Microfilm. Louisville, Ky. University Archives and Records Center, University of Louisville. 1982; 1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
A collection of flyers, with some stickers, handouts, lyric sheets, zines, and a patch, for mostly Louisville hardcore bands, from around 1992 and 1993.
84 digitized photographs of bands performing at Louisville venues (Tewligans, Cliffhangers, and The Machine). Bands include local bands such as Endpoint (at Cliffhangers and The Machine), Falling Forward (at The Machine), Step Down ( at The Machine), Enkindel (at The Machine), and Crain (City Lights), and out of town bands such as Avail (at Tewligans), and Voodoo Glow Skulls (at The Machine). This collection is part of the Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) project.
Three Poor Girls CDs ("Need 2 Dream," "Positive Response/No Rhythm Dancing," and "Genuine Tewligans"), with copies of fliers advertising Poor Girls shows and newsclippings about the band. The originals date to the 1980s and 1990s. Chuck Baxter played guitar and sang with the Poor Girls. This collection is part of the Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) project.
Consists of personal memorabilia from the Louisville Orchestra, and photocopies of a manuscript on the history of music in the Louisville Public Schools, 1825-1935 and a biographical letter on Caroline Bourgard (a pioneer in music education) as well as notes from a talk by Berkey on Bourgard.
Collection includes a photograph of No Fun performing at the Louisville School of Art in 1976, one copy of The Hammer, an art zine from 1982, materials related to art by Bruce Witsiepe and a Bodeco cassette.
University of Louisville holds Update version 0.0 (Dec. 1995-March 1996); First issue [March 1996]-30th issue (Summer 2002).