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Welcome to our Web Stores. These two locations offer a sampling of our over 40000 new and used LPs, CDs, Books, and DVDs in stock. Our AMAZON and EBAY stores here mainly feature local and regional and band direct items and a smorgasbord of some of our tastier collectible and out of print VINYL and CDS.

  • NORMAN BLAKE returns after his Grammy-nominated “Wood, Wire & Words” album with another dose of modern American acoustic folk: Brushwood Songs & Stories, out this Friday!
    Returning in 2016 to Lookout Mountain, Norman Blake has again recorded all-new, original Blake material written over the past two years culminating in the 19 selections of Brushwood Song & Stories. Two Instrumental rags, two spoken-word recitations, and 15 songs, two written with Nancy Blake, who also provides her sweet harmonies on five of the tracks. This recording highlights the elements displayed throughout Norman's celebrated, multi-generational career; be it his rooted-in-tradition prolific songwriting, storytelling or his world-renowned master guitar work. Truly though, it's the instruments themselves that Norman loves so much. Hand-selecting an admirable list of old-time instruments, Norman brought Brushwood Songs & Stories to life in vivid tones and timbre. Norman tells us that outside of the occasional contribution to a special project here and there, he feels this might be his last full-length recording.
  • GOV’T MULE is coming back to Greenville! Warren Haynes & Co. will be playing the Peace Center once again on Sunday, April 23rd, just in time for Record Store Day weekend!
    Click "Read More" or call 864-467-3000 for ticket info! The ground-breaking Southern-psyche-blues-rockers Gov't Mule are headed back to the Upstate. We're stoked. They'll be playing the Peace Center on April 23rd, fresh off the Wanee Festival and just in time for Record Store Day weekend. get ready for some endless boogie. Oh yeah! Mr. Warren has hinted that a new Mule album is nearly done and might even be out in time for the show, but even if it isn't, your friendly neighborhood Horizon Records has Mule titles galore on CD & LP!
  • NEW RELEASES 1/20: The new NORMAN BLAKE & FOXYGEN albums have arrived, and don’t forget the new SUSTO, RENEE FLEMING, BAND OF HEATHENS & XX records are here, too!
    Fittingly for a band obsessed with the seamier side of Seventies music, Foxygen know a thing or two about excess: their songs often sound like several tracks jammed into one, and 2014′s ...And Star Power was a 24-track double LP. The songs have been pared back to eight on Hang, but the flair for excess remains: each features a 40-plus piece orchestra, giving them the air of a druggier ELO on breezy opener “Follow the Leader”. Centrepiece “America” serves as an accurate metaphor for both the country and the album as a whole: schizophrenic and unsettled, but bursting with reach-for-the-stars ambition.
  • NEW RELEASES 1/13: Holy smokes, the new SUSTO is here, along with a gorgeous new RENEE FLEMING, JOHN ABERCROMBIE, THE INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS, BONOBO & BAND OF HEATHENS!
    According to the band’s website, “Susto” is a Spanish word that roughly translates into “panic attack,” or more specifically, the time when your soul is separated from your body. After an early start in the music business led to some burn-out at 26, the relatively young Justin Osborne felt the need for spiritual renewal, so he headed to Cuba to hopefully find some meaning beyond music. Instead, he came away with a perfectly apt band name more convinced than ever to pursue his musical whims. & I'm Fine Today is his second album since that sojourn. Mostly comprised of laid back, country-tinged, acoustic numbers, Osborne’s mournful compositions are nicely surrounded by ideal musical decorations (horns, organ, strings), reminding me a bit of The Band and 90’s world music act Rusted Root (the latter felt heaviest on closer "Jah Werx," a great song to celebrate your Rastafarian faith). He wrote this album as a reflection of what he considers his place in the world and making peace with where he is. Certainly not novel, but there are enough thoughtful yet engaging songs here to overlook the well-trodden philosophical approach.