In the early 90s Alarma records had a bit of a revival of interest in cutting edge alternative bands. One of the best bands to see the light of day from that revival was My Little Dog China, fronted by the future solo artist Kevin Clay. Clay released a one solo album (produced by Michael Knott) and then went underground for a few releases. Then he dropped off the map completely for several years. Now he is back – with some re-issues and hard to find music:
On that Bandcamp page you will find the 2011 re-mastered re-issue of My Little Dog China’s excellent debut release The Velvis Carnival, as well as the rare mega-album The Ballad of Sadly Doolittle. Many other surprises are also available – so check it out.