1962: Clipper Cowbridge

1963: The Swiss Invasion

1965: Marilyn Kaye

1969: The Fold

1970: Yorgi

1971: Devon Shire

1972: Sandee Saunders

1976: Rockfinger

1978: The Spooky Bunch

1979: Decoupage

1981: Bleep

1984: Tiger Love

1985: Laryssa Foxxx

1986: Smasher of Things

1987: Suthrn Cuzn

1989: ~pianogirl~

1990: Razorflesh

1995: Breaker Bear

1996: Action Plus

1998: J Lounge

2001: Eesk

2004: Lazarus Project

50+ Years of Music to Believe In

Clubbo's first hit: Clipper Cowbridge's "Soda Pop Shop"FOR MORE THAN FIVE DECADES Clubbo Records has epitomized the reckless spirit of the old-school independent record labels.

Clubbo has had several slogans over the years: “The Wickedest Wax in the West.” “Home of the Swiss Invasion.” “Tunes for Every Trip.” But there’s one slogan we like best: “Music to Believe In.” We believe in Clubbo and its legacy of bold, if sometimes ill-advised, music. We hope to make a believer out of you.

MORE: Read about Clubbo’s off-color roots…

Featured: Clubbo’s REAL Cult Band

The Fold's self-titled debut album from 1969 (Clubbo Records).

EL DORADO. The Ark of the Covenant. Vermeer’s 37th masterpiece. History lists dozens of fabled treasures now lost. But for pop music fans, none are as tantalizing or elusive as the first and only Clubbo LP by psychedelic band the Fold.

Fronted by charismatic vocalist Gary “Shep” Shepheard, the Fold mesmerized Southern California listeners via a series of epic live shows in 1968 and 1969. But the Fold’s music was as heavy conceptually as it was sonically: The band’s true raison d’être was as a recruiting tool for the Major/Minor Universal Spiritual Church, a Venice Beach-based cult.

The Fold’s album may be lost forever — but we did manage to unearth this rare live recording of the band’s signature song, “Into the Fold.”

MORE: Who wielded the true power behind this real cult band?

Into the Fold