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  • Deluxe 2022 Reissue features new cover designed with Tim Rutili The album was remastered by Amy Dragon at Telegraph Mastering and is available on Limited Ice Age Blue LP Roots & Crowns “Uniting where you come from – your roots -- with what you strive to be or what you reinvent yourself to become -- crowns,” explains...
  • Artificial Countrysides is Athens, Ga - based Elf Power's 14th album and first for Yep Roc Records The band expand their sound on this record to glorious effect, adding marimba, harpsichord, synth bass, distorted drum machine loops, and mellotron to their time tested mix of fuzz guitars, moog keyboards, pummeling drums, and...
  • After nearly three years and sixty demos, Launder’s full-length debut is Happening In 2019, Orange County-raised, Los Angeles-based musician John Cudlip signed to Ghostly International to build his recording project, developed out of casual sessions with friends Jackson Phillips (Day Wave), Soko, and Zachary Cole Smith (DIIV)...
  • Amid massive global paradigm shifts Dave Hartley (aka Nightlands) became a father twice over and left his native Philadelphia for Asheville, where the pace of daily life is slower and it's easier to maintain a zoomed-out perspective on modern life From the newfound refuge of a studio he built using the bones of a barn attached...
  • Without a brutal evaluation of their own becoming, TV Priest might have never made their second album Heralded as the next big thing in post-punk, they were established as a bolshy, sharp-witted outfit, the kind that starts movements with their political ire There was of course truth in that, but it was a suit that quickly felt...
  • Flume kicks off a new cycle with his highly anticipated third album, Palaces The 13-track LP shows off his ability to expertly push the boundaries of a sound he helped define, while delivering songs that are still undeniably “Flume” Flume is an artist that has remained uncompromising in his vision and artistry since the...
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    Limited matte gold colored vinyl LP pressing of this 2015 album from Jay Watson AKA...
  • Part of The Optic Sevens 40 reissue series Article 58, named after the Soviet classification for counter-revolutionaries, were formed in Scotland by Gerri McLaughlin (vocals), Douglas MacIntyre (guitars), and Ewan MacLennan (bass), with Stephen Lironi (drums) on these recordings The group existed for a short period of time,...
  • Tresor (Treasure) is Gwenno Saunders’ third full length solo album and the second almost entirely in Cornish (Kernewek) Written in St Ives, Cornwall, just prior to the Covid lockdowns of 2020 and completed in Cardiff during the pandemic along with her producer and musical collaborator, Rhys Edwards, Tresor reveals an...
  • Fire Talk is proud to present three early Tonstartssbandht albums reissued digitally & on color vinyl for the first time “An When”, “Dick Nights” & “Hymn” are a snapshot from the earliest days of the Florida brother's vast 18 album catalog that provides a distinct starting point from which the band has...
  • If fate didn’t quite ordain the circumstances for Interpol’s seventh album, it was at least fortunate that the band had happily concluded their Marauder cycle on stage in front of 30 thousand-odd Peruvian fans Rather than be sent scrambling like so many other musicians on tour or promoting new music, when lockdown clamped in...
  • Heart Under, Just Mustard’s second album and first for Partisan Records, is an album that asks you to forget what you know At every turn, this remarkable record reconfigures and stretches the ideas and ambition of a rock band, and turns a year of lockdown and personal struggles into a breathtaking artistic statement Across its...
  • We're proud to announce a sweet new double vinyl reissue of 1999's "Vague Premonition" LP featuring a gatefold jacket with newly scanned artwork including some unused original pieces The second LP contains 1998's "The SUCH" ep which makes it's first ever vinyl appearance, plus 8 more unreleased songs from those sessions...
  • Los Angeles based Cambodian and American band Dengue Fever released their first album (2003's self-titled) with no idea how it would be received Was Khmer-rock, or the very idea of covering lost classic Cambodian songs, even something that would resonate with music fans Would anyone in the indie community want to hear songs in...
  • DENGUE FEVER’s debut album was all covers of the cute, romantic Cambodian pop of the 1960s Having gotten that out of their systems, they’ve followed it with an album of original material that shatters the language barrier with mildly psychedelic, blissed out pop On “Tip My Canoe”, Zac Holtzman takes a stab at singing in...
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    Three albums in the novelty has worn off, but Dengue Fever has smartly chosen to keep evolving Venus on Earth is at once the band’s most accessible and most varied release A recap: when first heard from in 2003 on their self-titled debut, Dengue Fever was like no other band, fronted by a Cambodian-born woman, Chhom Nimol, who...
  • Robin Pecknold brings light to the bleakest of winters with Fleet Foxes' A Very Lonely Solstice a 13-track career spanning collection recorded in December 2020, at Brooklyn, NY's St Ann and the Holy Trinity Church A Very Lonely Solstice captures a poignant moment in time The recording was originally broadcasted as a live-stream...
  • “The Loved, The Lost & The Last” is the unreleased until now, sixth and final studio album by New York noise rock band The Honeymoon Killers, originally recorded in 1991 Here The Honeymoon Killers recorded this album picking up all 3 members of the nascent Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and it meant a sonic evolution to the...
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    1997’s The Mollusk is yet another sign that WEEN just got better and better with each record The Mollusk is perhaps their most concise and well-honed record to date After the previous year’s exercise in country music (12 Golden Country Greats) the duo returns to its usual genre jumping, though there is a heavy focus on...
  • When Chris Stewart set out to write and record his third album as Black Marble, he was newly living in Los Angeles, fresh off a move from New York The environment brought much excitement and possibility, but the distance had proved too much for the car he brought along With it out of commission indefinitely, he purchased a bus...
  • Rocket is Philadelphia-based artist Alex G’s eighth full-length release—an assured statement that follows a slate of humble masterpieces, many of them self-recorded and self-released, stretching from 2010’s RACE to his 2015 Domino debut, Beach Music Amid the Rocket recording process, Alex made headlines for catching the...
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    Mid 80´s Swedish neo garage teen punks the Crimson Shadows set the standards for the garage scene to come playing all original material in a time when most similar bands relied heavily on covers They also understood that the clothes are as important as the music During the short life span the Crimson Shadows released two self...
  • "Stay Proud of Me is the debut album from LA-based Korean-American artist NoSo (real name, Abby Hwong) Their stage name is shorthand for North/South: a nod to their Korean heritage, and the inane origin question (""Which Korea are you from"") that so many Korean Americans inevitably face at some point in their lives Across 10...
  • The Secret Stars debut was a cassette-only release issued by Shrimper Records in 1995 Geoff Farina and Jodi Leo would record two more full length releases on Shrimper in the mid to late ’90s along with some seven-inch singles and scattered tracks Geoff Farina would continue to write and record both solo and in the band Karate...
  • Mr Maserati showcases two decades of Baxter Dury’s idiosyncratically louche music, a universe of late-night London meet-ups, shuffling basslines and comedown disco tunes, all run through with a wry bleakness and sweet love of humanity Mr Maserati collects tracks from across Dury’s six albums, plus a new song DOA “I...
  • Tremblers And Goggles By Rank marks a new phase in Robert Pollard’s songwriting evolution His songs have always included non-traditional approaches to form and song structure, but with this album, he has pushed it further than ever While the familiar Guided By Voices pop-craft and melodic virtuosity always occupies center stage,...
  • A reissue of the debut album from JOHN DWYER under the OCS moniker Original released in 2003 as a double CD This is the first time it has seen a vinyl treatment! Lovingly remastered at Golden! Cut by CARL...
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    Karate's 1998 album The Bed Is The Ocean, via Numero Group "A lingering guitar note A cushion of a bassline nudging along a hushed cadence unspooling impressionistic poeticism one halting line at a time; the sparse snap of a snare providing punctuation This is how Boston’s Karate opened their third full-length, 1998’s The...
  • Here is the 30th anniversary remastered edition of 'The House Of Tomorrow' by Magnetic Fields For the first time released as a 12", with an etched B-side Includes the track 'Alien Being' not previously available on the original 7" vinyl release This EP marks the first release introducing vocals by Stephin Merritt Comes on limited...
  • The music of Ugly Season was written for Perfume Genius and choreographer Kate Wallich’s immersive dance piece, The Sun Still Burns Here The work was commissioned by the Seattle Theatre Group and Mass MoCA and was performed via residencies in Seattle, Minneapolis, New York City and Boston throughout 2019 During this time,...
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    Double LP housed in gatefold jacket with printed sleeves LP1 (full album) on translucent turquoise color vinyl / LP2 (demos) on translucent orange Full album download included Merge Records is thrilled to release the 35th anniversary edition of Neurotica, the 1987 power pop and alternative rock opus by Redd Kross This reissue will...
  • A key figure in SoCal’s skateboarding scene since the late Nineties, Danny Garcia founded the Reverend Baron project with another skater-turned-songwriter Matt Costa in the early 2010s ‘From Anywhere’ is the group’s fourth album, another serving of breezy, unassuming West Coast folk and indie pop for fans of M Ward or Mac...
  • "I want to explain these songs / I want to leave them unexplainedWe’ve all been working with a lot of silenceI was tired from touring, remembering the long drives across the midwestern plains at dusk, against the pale yellow sky seeing the black outline of the horizon with the occasional silhouette of a little farmstead, a corn...
  • The Smile will release their highly anticipated debut album A Light For Attracting Attention on XL Recordings The 13- track album was produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich and mastered by Bob Ludwig Tracks feature strings by the London Contemporary Orchestra and a full brass section of contempoarary UK jazz players including Byron...
  • A brand new album from the legendary JONATHAN RICHMAN Ten tracks strong "I'm very happy with this release on Blue Arrow Records JERRY HARRISON, NICOLE MONTALBANO and I produced this album, as well as SA (2018) To us, the two albums are related in the sense that Want To Visit My Inner House suggests where SA was starting to...
  • Following an incredible start to the year that saw her grace the cover of Mixmag, visionary producer, singer & DJ HAAi – aka Teneil Throssell – announces her highly anticipated debut album Baby, We’re Ascending This follows her recent collaboration with Romy (xx) & Fred Again…lights out, which has already amassed...
  • The ever shape-shifting, critically hailed Hercules and Love Affair return with In Amber, their first album in five years featuring first single Grace as well as collaborations with...
  • San Francisco band Cold Beat make their DFA debut with Mother, a collection of ten pop transmissions from Earth, 2020 Wound tight with an energy that ricochets from one song into the next, Mother was made while frontperson Hannah Lew (formerly of indie trio Grass Widow) was pregnant and considering the chaotic conditions of the...
  • The rapturous reception of 2020’s Flower of Devotion gave Dehd access to more resources — budgets, studios, producers Rather than seek something new however, they invested in themselves, their process, and their deep belief in what they have always done They booked the same studio where they recorded Flower of Devotion but...
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    "In the Fall of 1971 ABC-TV debuted a new western called Alias Smith and Jones, about two outlaw cousins in Wyoming Territory in the years after the Civil War At the 1994 WFMU Fall Record Fair, John Allen had a box of LPs categorized as 'Beard Rock' On Thursday February 18, 1971 at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester NY, the...
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    Ten years ago, M83 released the outstanding "Hurry Up, We're Dreaming", the sixth studio album by French electronic music outfit led by Anthony Gonzales, driven by the global hit 'Midnight City' (certified 4x diamond) For this 10th Anniversary, the album has been repressed on a double coloured limited edition vinyl, with a new...
  • Love Is The King, a "beautifully honest ode to love and hope," is the follow-up to 2018's WARM and 2019's WARMER, and comes on the heels of Tweedy's second book, How To Write One Song "At the beginning of the lockdown I started writing country songs to console myself Folk and country type forms being the shapes that come most...
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    A film by Marie Amiguet and Vincent Munier In the heart of the Tibetan highlands, photographer Vincent Munier brings writer Sylvain Tesson on his quest to find the snow leopard He introduces him to the subtle art of waiting from a blind spot, tracking animals and finding the patience to catch sight of the beasts Through their...
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    In 2020, Daniel Romano and his increasingly exalted band “The Outfit” were forced home, faced with the cancellation of tours and all live engagements at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic Almost immediately, Daniel instigated a near legendary run of new albums, releasing 10 full-length albums in the span of nearly the...
  • There is a way a voice can cut through the fascia of reality, cleaving through habit into the raw nerve of experience Nika Roza Danilova, the singer, songwriter, and producer who since 2009 has released music as Zola Jesus, wields a voice that does that When you hear it, it is like you are being summoned -- not to somewhere new,...
  • This 1991 LP was WAY ahead of its time Originally released on Rough Trade Records during the glory days of Butthole Surfers' crash course across the stages of every music festival criss-crossing the globe, this is zany, complex, unhinged, and sometimes just gloriously weird music, but it also features some of the most catchy indie...
  • The second LP by California rock n roll unit SPICE expands their palette of damaged anthems and addiction poetics with a more bristling, visceral sound, distilled from years in the trenches of bands, break-ups, and breakdowns Singer Ross Farrar explains their chemistry succinctly: "We all got in a room and this is what came out"...
  • The band describe themselves as a spaced-out, instrumental lounge rock outfit, with added vibes of folk music, jazzy surf, psychedelia, free improvised chill-out, jangly post-rock, and travelling bass Not much to add here, apart from possibly a pinch of krautrock Tellus is the quartet's fourth album, and their debut on Rune...

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