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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea is the second and final album by the American indie rock band Neutral Milk Hotel. It was released in the United States on February 10, 1998 on Merge Records and in the United Kingdom in May 1998 on Blue Rose Records. Songwriter Jeff Mangum...

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Holiday is the fourth studio album by American indie pop band The Magnetic Fields. The album was the band’s third to be recorded and was intended to be release prior to The Charm of the Highway Strip through the label Feel Good All Over, but due to the label delaying...

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"It’s hard to talk about Rosali’s music. Songs that reach outward like this, but then constantly disarm with their intimacy. What do you call such inner searching that is hellbent on rollicking? Songs that long for a sense of peace and songs that want romance, all on equal footing in...

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LP pressing reissue of the 2003 collection. Anthology serves as a celebration of The Clean, a band whose influence extends so far beyond their New Zealand home that even if you have never heard of The Clean before, you have surely heard of some of the bands (Pavement, Yo La...

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Misfits & Mistakes: Singles, B-sides & Strays 2007–2023 is Superchunk’s fourth singles compilation, a massive, 4-LP (or 2-CD) collection covering their triumphant return from hiatus. The amount of ground covered within its gorgeous packaging is staggering: 50 songs, 16 of which are on physical media for the first time, sourced...

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"Jenny From Thebes" began its life as many albums by The Mountain Goats do, with John Darnielle playing the piano until a lyric emerged. That lyric, "Jenny was a warrior/Jenny was a thief/Jenny hit the corner clinic begging for relief" became "Jenny III", a song which laid down a challenge...

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Norman Blake on Foreign Land: “The song is about moving forward, not dwelling on the past. We shot the video in Hamilton Mausoleum, near Glasgow. Given that the album is called Nothing Lasts Forever we thought it would be appropriate to shoot a video inside a tomb”. The first sound you...

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Our Love is formed around a mixture of digital pop production, hip hop inspired beats, muted house bass lines and a love of shuffling garage that can be traced all the way back to the time of Start Breaking My Heart which are, of course, all filtered through Dan's own...

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Jeff Mangum has always been Neutral Milk Hotel's central figure, and he's used that moniker for everything from his own solo excursions to marching band-like musical happenings. The projects's 1996 debut album, On Avery Island, is a wonderfully dense hodgepodge of song and sound, an ambitious, eclectic work that reflects...

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Recorded May 29, 2021, in Huntsville, Alabama, Secret Stratosphere finds William Tyler and fellow psychedelic dreamers The Impossible Truth refashioning prime cuts from the Nashville guitarist’s rich catalog, casting new light onto once-familiar songs. Featuring the crackling combo of Jack Lawrence (Raconteurs, Dead Weather), Brian Kotzur (Silver Jews, Country Westerns), and...

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Over the past 20 years, The New Pornographers have proven themselves one of the most excellent bands in indie rock. The group's ninth album (and first for Merge) establishes them alongside modern luminaries like Yo La Tengo and Superchunk when it comes to their ability to evolve while still retaining what...

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The two full-length records that Jeff Mangum made as Neutral Milk Hotel sound both in and out of time. Like translations of a shared subconscious, 1996’s On Avery Island and 1998’s In the Aeroplane Over the Sea give voice to the perennial spirit of youthful epiphany, of beginning to see...

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All nine tracks from Polvo’s first two releases—Can I Ride EP (1990) and “Vibracobra” b/w “The Drill” (1991)—compiled on one LP. Check out the first 18 or so seconds of “Can I Ride,” the title track on the first release by Polvo, the two-guitar juggernaut that represented the other side of...

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In Prism is the best Polvo record even before you get to the majestic "A Link in the Chain," serene and tempestuous like few other things you'll hear. The album was recorded with Brian Paulson, and Polvo has never sounded better. Polvo spent 1990-98 giving voice to a chorus of...

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Unravelled: 1981–2002 shines a loving light on lo-fi pioneers Tall Dwarfs, the prized New Zealand duo of Chris Knox and Alec Bathgate. The collection compiles songs from two decades of recordings. The vinyl edition includes a 20-page collector’s booklet of photos, comics, posters, and other ephemera. Tall Dwarfs formed in 1981,...

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Maybe you are just like John Darnielle: In the depths of the pandemic winter at the end of 2020, the Mountain Goats frontman passed the time trapped at home in North Carolina watching pulpy action movies, finding comfort in familiar tropes and sofabound escapism. But you are not really like...

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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...

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Vinyl repress of The Magnetic Fields' classic 1999 3-CD Box set rumination on, of course, love. Funny, smart, dark, memorable, and a lifetime's worth of listening. Stephin Merritt solidifies his songwriting genius on his "most ambitious and fully realized work." (AMG) This vinyl reissue is remastered for vinyl & beautifully...

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More than an arcane puzzle for the listener, LABYRINTHITIS warps and winds through unfamiliar territory for Bejar as well. Written largely in 2020 and recorded the following spring, the album most often finds Bejar and frequent collaborator John Collins seeking the mythic artifacts buried somewhere under the dance floor, from...

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Pitchfork described The Clean's  “Tally Ho!” as “a classic of immense proportions, from its Velcro melody, absurdly mixed garage organ and motorik beat, to the crusty, hiss-laden home eight-track recording that embodies it.” Recorded in the middle of a New Zealand tour for a humble NZ$60, the song broke into...

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Featuring classics like “Anything Could Happen” and “Point That Thing Somewhere Else,” The Clean's Boodle Boodle Boodle EP arrived two months after the “Tally Ho!” single, peaking at #5 and staying in the NZ Top 20 for nearly six months. Recorded on four-track by The Clean’s childhood friends Chris Knox...

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Superchunk has always been a band that went their own path and followed their own instincts. Back when they originally released Here’s to Shutting Up in 2001, they had already proven so much as a band. While it’s hard to believe that was twenty years ago, though now on its...

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Originally released in 1996, The Clean’s Unknown Country makes its debut appearance on vinyl in the US on March 26, 2021. Of this album, The Clean's David Kilgour writes, “The Clean always wanna try something different, but on this LP, we were obsessed with the idea.” Bandmate Robert Scott agrees, saying,...

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Legendary indie pop group, The Clean [David Kilgour, Hamish Kilgour & Robert Scott (The Bats)] released their fifth full length, Mister Pop on September 4, 2009. The album was recorded by Tex Houston (3Ds, Look Blue Go Purple) in Dunedin, NZ, during February of 2009 except for “Back in the...

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Today’s Active Lifestyles, the second full-length by North Carolina rockers Polvo, did exactly what a sophomore LP is supposed to do: It expanded the ideas put forth in the first album, gave them a new spin and shine, and presented the “where we are now” to the world....

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This limited-edition 12-inch features Floating Points’ remixes of “Never Come Back” and “Sister,” two songs off Caribou’s celebrated album Suddenly. Black vinyl in a white dustsleeve housed in a heavyweight cardstock jacket. Does not include a download coupon. Also in the Merge store is a companion 12-inch containing remixes of “Never...

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Hot on the heels of Caribou’s celebrated album Suddenly, this limited-edition 12-inch features remixes of album track “Never Come Back” by Four Tet and Morgan Geist. Black vinyl in a white dustsleeve housed in a heavyweight cardstock jacket. Does not include a download coupon. Also, don’t miss the Floating Points remixes...

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What do we hold on to from our past? What must we let go of to truly move forward? Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield spent much of 2018 reckoning with these questions and revisiting her roots for answers. The result is Saint Cloud, an intimate journey through the places she’s...
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