Thom Yorke - ANIMA - BEGGARS BANQUET
Thom Yorke’s new album ANIMA, releasing this week, was written by Thom Yorke and produced by Nigel Godrich. The album features 9 tracks, with an extra track exclusively on vinyl. A ‘one-reeler’ film, also entitled ANIMA , is available to watch exclusively via Netflix worldwide from midnight 27th June. Made by Paul Thomas Anderson to music from Thom’s album, the one-reeler has a run time of approximately 14 minutes.
Sum 41 - Order In Decline - HOPELESS RECORDS
Grammy nominated rock band Sum 41 is back and bigger than ever with their seventh studio album Order In Decline. Written, produced, mixed, and engineered by frontman Deryck Whibley, Order In Decline is a burst of uninhibited feeling, a page out of his journal, a window into his soul that reflects on extremely personal and vulnerable events. The album is undoubtedly Sum 41's heaviest and most aggressive album in their storied career, while also being it's most dynamic and raw.
The Flaming Lips - King's Mouth: Music and Songs - HOPELESS RECORDS
King’s Mouth contains twelve new original Flaming Lips compositions as well as album narration by Mick Jones (The Clash). The record is based on Wayne Coyne’s immersive art installation of the same name - which has seen its psychedelic visuals and soundscapes exhibited in museums all around the U.S.
Grizfolk - Rarest Of Birds - Nettwerk Records
Los Angeles Alternative band Grizfolk's new album Rarest Of Birds is an ode to Southern California classic rock with a 2019 spin. Dynamic, upbeat, and dreamy, "Believing" may be the best representation of the album.
Billie Eilish - Dont Smile At Me - INTERSCOPE RECORDS
dont smile at me, Billie Eilish’s debut EP originally released on August 11, 2017 via Darkroom/Interscope Records and has since peaked at #14 on the billboard top 200 chart. Of the eight tracks originally included, four are now Certified Platinum and three are Certified Gold. The EP laid the groundwork for Eilish’s 2019 debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 – making Billie the first artist born in the 2000s to achieve #1.
Violent Femmes - Hotel Last Resort - PIAS America
The groundbreaking band’s 10thstudio album, Hotel Last Resort resides among Violent Femmes’ finest work, simultaneously refining and redefining their one-of-a-kind take on American music, mingling front porch folk, post-punk, spiritual jazz, country blues, avant garde improvisation, and golden age rock ‘n’ roll. Founded and fronted of course by Gano and Ritchie, the group remains as warm, wise and weird as ever before, with such new favorites as “Another Chorus” and “Everlasting You” continuing to mine the vast range of ideas, melodic complexity, and organic sonic craftsmanship that has characterized the band’s body of work since their landmark 1983 debut.
Of Monsters And Men - Fever Dream - Republic
You think you know the Icelandic band Of Monsters And Men, but you have no idea. Within the first minute of their new single 'Alligator' you'll be wondering if this huge anthem is the brainchild of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs fronting Arcade Fire –all thumping drums, brimming guitars and a call-to-arms chorus about taking control. During a day of final mixing at the LA studio of their co-producer Rich Costey (MUSE, Vampire Weekend, Chvrches), the five-piece gather in stages.
Particle Kid - Window Rock - OAR
Window Rock, releasing on OAR, is an album yearning to find meaning in a morally ambivalent world. Micah Nelson, who records under the name Particle Kid, seeks to achieve this goal via 9 new, kaleidoscopic tracks, exploring the mythology of the self, with verve, minimalism and simplicity. Window Rock proves to be Particle Kid's most outward facing work thus far, with Micah's reverberant lyricism and melodic scope now grounded by the chemistry of Tony Peluso and Je Smith, the rhythm section of his longtime touring band Insects vs Robots. The LP will be released on a 180gram vinyl, with a custom center-split die cut gatefold jacket.
For more information on these and other releases out this week, check out our New Releases charts by week section.Read more...
Ed Sheeran - No. 6 Collaborations Project - ATLANTIC
Ed Sheeran celebrates the release of his No. 6 Collaborations Project – which is out this week. This new collaboration follows the release of “I Don’t Care” with Justin Bieber, which shot straight to #1 on the Billboard Digital Songs chart and #2 overall on the Hot 100. All 184 Top 40 radio stations added the track, making it only the fifth song in the modern era to win support from the full panel of Mediabase-monitored pop stations. Likewise, all 97 adult radio stations in the country added the song. An instant worldwide phenomenon, “I Don’t Care” hit #1 in the UK, Australia, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, and more.
Glitterer - Looking Through The Shades - Anti
Looking Through The Shades, is Glitterer's debut full-length album, featuring Ned Russin, bassist/vocalist of Title Fight. This is Glitterer all glown up. Now there are live drums (twin brother Ben did the honours) and dopamine-releasing fuzzy guitars to go with the synths, the bass, and the voice. Now there’s a full 14-song tracklist to luxuriate in. Produced by Alex Giannascoli and Arthur Rizk (Code Orange, Power Trip, Sumerlands) the album delivers Glitterer’s best-yet sonics and songs. The lyrics are still insouciantly tortured, in a reluctant-college-boy kind of way, the choruses are still obscenely catchy, and the arrangements still carry not so much as an ounce of excess fat. From the saturated distortion of the opener, “The Race” (“I wish I could look at your life and know it’s mine”), through the road-weary “1001” (“I sang 1,000 songs / didn’t want to sing again”) and the vox-and-bass-only Side B outlier “The News” (“I used to be original”), the listener is simultaneously satiated and left wanting more.
Yuna - Rouge - Verve
There's a timeless groove to the R&B of Yuna on her fourth forthcoming album Rouge, one that s been two years in the making. It's the most ambitious project the songwriter has ever taken on, and the first album she's putting out as a fully realized woman. It's also an LP that she worked harder than ever on, re-visiting songs, editing them down, adding new layers, enriching every single moment to make it the most luscious musical experience for her audience. Yuna makes soulful pop that contains the sultriness of Sade, the flair of Aaliyah, and the sweetness of Brandy. Via her three pre-existing albums, Yuna has built her palette of melodic, uplifting soul. Her third album Chapters in 2016 was something of a breakthrough, featuring production from Fisticuffs and features with Usher ("Crush") and Jhene Aiko. Her new album s list of features is mouth-wateringly impressive. It includes: Little Simz, Kyle, G-Eazy, Jay Park and Masego. Together with executive producer Robin Hannibal and a team of producers (Jason "J. Lbs" Pounds, Fisticuffs, Cardiak, Jordan Reyes) she explored sampling culture for the first time. The title Rouge is for the color red, which has been calling to her at this moment. "It's a feeling I'm having right now. I just got married. I've become the woman I've always wanted to be. The whole album is about how I am with myself: I'm comfortable with my relationship, with my focus on my career. It's the color of becoming this woman that I am."
Paul McCartney - Paul Is Live - Capitol
Paul Is Live, recorded during the tour in support of Off The Ground, was Paul McCartney's fifth live album and is famous for its title's double meaning and the rumour-scotching cover art. Ever since the 1969 release of Abbey Road, there had been hoax-fuelled stories of Paul's untimely death. The new title was a way of saying that this was most definitely not the case. The artwork is a play on the famous Abbey Road cover, with Paul crossing that same street but wearing shoes and using his left hand this time. (Originally, his bare feet and the holding of a cigarette in his right hand had supposedly been clues that it wasn't him on the cover.) As well as a raft of solo, Wings and Beatles favourites, the album also offers an insight into the band's sound checks, the final three songs all being improvised during rehearsals in various locations on the tour. Performed by Paul McCartney: Vocals, Bass, Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Piano Linda McCartney: Vocals, Keyboards Hamish Stuart: Vocals, Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Bass Robbie McIntosh: Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Vocals Wix Wickens: Keyboards, Vocals Blair Cunningham: Drums, Percussion
Paul McCartney - Amoeba Gig - Capitol
Amoeba Gig is the first full length commercial release of Paul McCartney's surprise free concert at Hollywood’s Amoeba Music on June 27, 2007. To date only four songs have seen wide release as the Amoeba’s Secret EP, two of which were nominated for Grammy Awards in 2008: "That Was Me" for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance and "I Saw Her Standing There" for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance. A few years later in November 2012, an extended 12-song excerpt of the Amoeba show titled Live in Los Angeles – The Extended Set was made available free to PaulMcCartney.com premium members for a limited period. And this week, a full 21-song recording documenting possibly the most intimate L.A. show Paul has ever played will be made available to the public for the first time. The millions of people not among the luckier than lucky few hundred rubbing elbows with the likes of Ringo Starr and Woody Harrelson during that once in a lifetime in-store set will be able to experience those performances of Beatles classics “The Long And Winding Road,” “I’ll Follow The Sun” and “I’ve Got A Feeling,” Flaming Pie’s “Calico Skies,” plus Carl Perkins’ “Matchbox,” Jan Garber’s “Baby Face” and an emotional rendition of “Here Today.” Additionally, the LP will include an exclusive soundcheck recording of “Coming Up."
Paul McCartney - Choba B CCCP - Capitol
The live-in-studio Choba B CCCP (Russian for “Back In The USSR”) was released in the Soviet Union in 1988, making Paul McCartney the first Western artist to issue an album exclusively for that market. In a conscious decision to get back to his roots, Paul spontaneously spent two days covering his favorite hits from the 1950s. The sessions produced 22 songs in total (and one of the outtakes being a version of The Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There”). Choba B CCCP was a deeply personal album and a way to acknowledge fans who had supported him and The Beatles since the start. “When I was very young I asked my dad if people wanted peace,” Paul explained at the time. “He said to me, ‘Yes, people everywhere want peace – it’s usually politicians that cause trouble.’ It always seemed to me that the way The Beatles’ music was admired in the USSR tended to prove his point, that people the world over have a great deal in common. In releasing this record exclusively in the Soviet Union, I extend the hand of peace and friendship to the people of Russia.” Choba B CCCP was released in the rest of the world following the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union.
Paul McCartney & Wings - Wings Over America - Capitol
Rare #1-charting triple live album, Wings Over America is a document of one the most sophisticated and dazzling rock shows of the 1970s or any decade. Paul McCartney & Wings would eventually perform to more than 600,000 people at 31 shows in the US and Canada, ending with three historic nights at The Forum in Los Angeles. It’s no exaggeration to say that the excitement that greeted Paul McCartney & Wings (Linda McCartney, Joe English, Denny Laine and Jimmy McCulloch) in the spring of 1976 as they embarked on what would become their one and only North American tour was overwhelming. Having released four consecutive chart topping albums — Red Rose Speedway, Band on the Run, Venus and Mars and At The Speed Of Sound – not to mention 1973’s Academy Award-winning James Bond theme “Live and Let Die” – Wings' career was in full flight… and as Paul’s first U.S. tour since The Beatles, the sheer joy of both the band and its fans were off the charts throughout the 90 hours of recordings distilled into this triple album. Wings Over America was last reissued in 2013 as part of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection series winning the Grammy Award for Boxed or Special Limited-Edition Package.
For more information on these and other releases out this week, check out our New Releases charts by week section.Read more...
It's that time again, folks. All shipments have been received, the store's laid out, and we're already mainlining black coffee. There are a million things we're excited about for this year's RSD, and I'm gonna try to lay it all out as simple as possible. Read on for details and policies!
First off, we'll be opening doors at 7am sharp. We'll have coffee from Oddly Correct and donuts from Hana's for fuel. Scroll down to see our full stock-list going into Saturday. Be sure to take note of a few unofficial/European RSD titles that came through, as well!
For used record hounds (or late sleepers), we'll be dropping 750 used new arrivals at both 10 am and 5 pm, for a total of 1,500 records fresh on the floor throughout the day on Saturday. Then, to keep the party rolling, we'll drop 500 more on Sunday at 10 am. All killer, no filler this year. No matter what you're into, there's a reason to come dig. In case you hate math, that's 2,000 fresh used in 24 hours.
We always do the best we can to bring you a hard-hitting slate of live music on RSD, and this year has got to be one of the most exciting and diverse lineups yet. We're going to be running live music from 2 pm until the end of the day. We'll be running two stages--an acoustic singer-songwriter showcase in the "courtyard" space next to the shop, as well as an indoor stage with full bands. Here's the schedule!
2 PM - Iris Elke
4 PM - sex ed (of Mess)
6 PM - Addie Sartino (of the Greeting Committee)
3 PM - The Freedom Affair (featured on the Soul Slabs Vol. 2 compilation!)
5 PM - Brandon Phillips and The Condition
7 PM - Bill MacKay
Here are a few other highlights for the weekend:
- RSD goodie bags while supplies last!
- Swag bags loaded with promo merch and other prizes
- TWO chances to win $250 in store credit (exclusions apply, see full details in store)
- Loads of new ticket giveaways for upcoming KC shows including MGMT, Interpol/Foals, Neko Case, Rob Zombie/Marilyn Manson, Jason Isbell/Brandi Carlile and way more!
It's never too late to follow our Facebook event page for this Saturday. We'll use it to post updates on used records, performers, and giveaways. Check it out here!
Just so you're aware, there will also be a small film crew here in the morning shooting footage for an upcoming documentary. Smile, you're on camera.
ALSO, we're planning to make a BIG EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT this weekend; get yourself ready for a new adventure.
Now, for the RSD store policies:
First, you can have as many individual exclusive titles you want on Saturday, but you will be limited to one copy of each title. No doubles, triples, etc. This goes for RSD exclusives only. You can buy as many copies of Dan Fogelberg'sNether Lands as your heart desires. Judy says she will ask you to please exit the building if you even pull more than one title at the time. She made me type that.
Secondly, a note on gift cards: we truly appreciate your loyalty and continued support of the store. Since Record Store Day is such a busy day, we are not able to redeem gift cards on Saturday. Thanks for your support, and we look forward to seeing see you when you cash-in those GC’s in the future.
Alright, I won't keep you any longer because we all need our rest. We'll see you bright and early.
All our best,
Dylan, Judy, and the Team
Record Store Day 2019: In-Stock List
|13th Floor Elevators||The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators|
|6 String Drag||The Jag Sessions (Rare & Unreleased 1996-1998)|
|A-ha||Hunting High And Low / The Early Alternate Mixes|
|Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.||Invisible Eyes and Phantom Cathedral|
|Acid Mothers Temple||Does the Cosmic Shepherd Dream of Electric Tapirs?|
|Johnny Adams||Heart & Soul|
|Adrenalin O.D.||Let's BBQ|
|The Alarm||Strength Live '85|
|Marshall Allen, Danny Ray Thompson, Jamie Saft, Trevor Dunn, Balazs Pandi w. Roswell Rudd||Ceremonial Healing|
|Allman Brothers Band||Bear's Sonic Journals: Fillmore East. Feburary 1970|
|AxCx||Picnic of Love|
|Finn Andrews||Body of Light/My Lotus Flower and Me|
|Louis Armstrong||Disney Songs The Satchmo Way|
|Olafur Arnalds||RE:MEMBER + STRING QUARTETS (RECORD STORE DAY SPECIAL EDITION)|
|Art Ensemble of Chicago||The Spiritual|
|Bad Religion||My Sanity (3")|
|Bad Religion||My Sanity b/w Chaos From Within (7")|
|Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch||Twin Peaks Season Two: Music and More|
|Badfinger||So Fine--Warner Bros. Rarities|
|Erykah Badu & James Poyser||Tempted|
|Julien Baker||"Red Door"/"Conversation Piece"|
|Kelsea Ballerini||Spotify Singles|
|Bananarama||Bananarama Remixed: Vol 1|
|Courtney Barnett||Everybody Here Hates You|
|Basement||Be Here Now|
|Various Artists||The Basketball Diaries Original Motion Picture Soundtrack|
|Stiv Bators/Dead Boys/Lords of the New Church||STIV: No Compromises No Regrets|
|Bingo Hand Job||Live At The Borderline 1991|
|Frank Black||Frank Black|
|Frank Black||Teenager of the Year|
|The Blasters||Dark Night in Philly: 1986|
|Tommy Bolin||Come Taste The Man|
|Bone Thugs-N-Harmony||E. 1999 Eternal|
|David Bowie / Marlene Dietrich||Revolutionary Songs/Just A Gigolo|
|David Bowie||Pin Ups (2015 Remastered Version)|
|David Bowie||The World of David Bowie|
|Various Artists||Breaking Bad (Soundtrack)|
|Broken Social Scene||Let’s Try the After Vol.1 & 2|
|James Brown||Sho Is Funky Down Here|
|Grodeck Whipperjenny||The Grodeck Whipperjenny|
|Jeff Buckley||In Transition|
|Buffalo Tom||Buffalo Tom 30th Anniversary Edition|
|Various Artists||The Cable Guy Original Soundtrack|
|John Cage Meets Sun Ra||John Cage Meets Sun Ra|
|JJ Cale||Stay Around 7"|
|Canned Heat||Remember Woodstock|
|Captain Beefheart||Trout Mask Replica|
|The Charlatans||Some Friendly|
|The Charlatans||Us And Us Only|
|Cheech & Chong||Up In Smoke 7"|
|Chicano Batman||Black Lipstick|
|Chris Robinson Brotherhood||"Dice Game"/"Let It Fall"|
|Eric Clapton||One More Car One More Rider|
|Alice Clark||Alice Clark|
|Complesso Strumentale Italiano, Giulio Confalconieri||Dali in Venice|
|Various Artists||Coneheads Music From The Motion Picture|
|Alice Cooper||Dirty Diamonds|
|Elvis Costello & The Imposters||Purse EP|
|James Cotton||Late Night Blues|
|Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young||4 Way Street (Expanded Edition)|
|Various Artists||The Crow (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|Culture||The Nighthawk Recordings|
|Culture Abuse||Dip (3")|
|Curren$y, Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist||FETTI|
|Cherie Currie||Blvds of Splendor|
|Czarface||Double Dose of Danger|
|David J||V for Vendetta: Grande Edition|
|Davies/Sylvain/Wastell/Rhodri||There Is No Love|
|Francois De Roubaix||Les Levres Rouge|
|The Dead Weather||Be Still (3")|
|Def Leppard||The Story So Far Vol 2/B-Sides|
|Desmond Dekker And The Aces||Pretty Africa|
|The Depreciation Guild||In Her Gentle Jaws|
|Devo||This Is The Devo Box|
|Diabolic & Vanderslice||Collusion|
|Doctor Who||Galaxy 4|
|Doctor Who||Destiny of the Daleks|
|The Doors||London Fog|
|Bob Dorough||Multiplication Rock|
|Dave Douglas||Showing Up|
|Dr Dog||Live 2|
|The Dream Syndicate||The Days of Wine and Roses|
|Duran Duran||As The Lights Go Down|
|Bob Dylan||Blood On The Tracks --Original New York Test Pressing|
|Steve Earle||El Coyote / Don't Let The Sunshine Fool You|
|Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs||Life of a Kid In The Ghetto|
|Emerson Lake & Palmer||Live At Pocono International Raceway, Long Pond, PA, U.S.A., 9th July 1972|
|The Essence||Nothing Lasts Forever (Expanded)|
|Bill Evans||Evans in England|
|Various Artists||The Faculty Original Soundtrack|
|Fanfarlo||Reservoir (Expanded Edition)|
|Fatlip||The Loneliest Punk|
|Flaming Lips||King's Mouth: Music and Songs|
|Fleetwood Mac||The Alternative Fleetwood Mac|
|Foo Fighters||Big Me (3")|
|Aretha Franklin||The Atlantic Singles 1967|
|Free Nationals||Beauty & Essex|
|Peter Gabriel||Rated PG|
|Steve Gadd Band||Steve Gadd Band|
|Serge Gainsbourg||Avant Gainsbarre|
|Gameface||I Owe You One b/w Two Gunslingers (Tom Petty cover)|
|Jerry Garcia, Frank Wakefield, David Nelson, Brantley Kearns, Pat Campbell||Drink Up And Go Home: Live At Margarita's Cantina, Feb. 20 & 21, 1975|
|Jerry Garcia Band||Electric on the Eel: August 10th, 1991|
|Generation X||Your Generation (Winstanley Mix)|
|Various Artists||Ghost World|
|Benjamin Gibbard||Me and Magdalena|
|Michael Glacchino||Star Trek ( Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|Gob Iron||"Waterloo"/"True Transmission To Your Heart"|
|Gong||Live 1973 Bataclan (France)|
|Goo Goo Dolls||Topography|
|Goodie Mob||Still Standing|
|John Grant||Remixes Are Also Magic|
|Grateful Dead||Sage & Spirit|
|Grateful Dead||The Warfield, San Francisco, CA 10/9/80 & 10/10/80|
|Grateful Dead||The Warfield, San Francisco, CA 10/9/80 & 10/10/80|
|Al Green||The Hi Records Singles Box Set|
|Green Day||Woodstock 1994|
|Green Jelly||Cereal Killer Sounds|
|Green River||Live at the Tropicana 1984|
|Greta Van Fleet||From The Fires|
|The Groundhogs||Thank Christ For The Bomb (Private Press Edition)|
|The Groundhogs||Thank Christ For The Bomb (Major Edition)|
|Gruppo Sportivo||Vinylly!: Selected Songs 1978-1991|
|Woody Guthrie||I Don't Like The Way This World's A-Treatin' Me|
|Emmylou Harris||The Studio Albums 1980-83|
|Beth Hart||Front and Center|
|The Haunt||"All Went Black" Remix by Boots|
|Hawkwind||The 1999 Party - Live At The Chicago Auditorium 21st March, 1974|
|John Hiatt & Lilly Hiatt||You Must Go! / All Kinds Of People|
|Bill Hicks||Revelations: Variations|
|High on Fire||Bat Salad|
|Hooverphonic||The President of the LSD Golf Club|
|Lightnin' Hopkins||Strums The Blues|
|Various Artists||Hot Rod Original Soundtrack|
|Houndmouth||California Voodoo Pt II|
|Various Artists||House Of Wax Music From The Motion Picture|
|Peter Howell & John Ferdinando||Ithaca, Agincourt And Other Psych-Folk Fairy Tales|
|Human Switchboard||Human Switchboard|
|Humble Pie||Official Bootleg Vol 1|
|Alex Zhang Hungtai||August at Akikos|
|Various Artists||I AM SAM Original Motion Picture Soundtrack|
|Various Artists||I Know What You Did Last Summer|
|Idles||Meat EP/Meta EP|
|Insurgence DC||Broken In The Theater of the Absurd|
|The Interrupters||She's Kerosene (3")|
|David J||Thoughts and Prayers/Hole in the Middle|
|Jose James||The Dreamer (10th Anniversary Edition)|
|Japan||Quiet Life/Life in Tokyo|
|Jaws of Love||"Michael & Me"/"Giving Up Is Not The Easiest Way Out"|
|Jedi Mind Tricks||Visions of Gandhi|
|Jethro Tull||North Sea Oil|
|Billy Joel||Live at Carnegie Hall 1977|
|John The Martyr||History|
|Elton John||Live From Moscow|
|Robert Johnson||Kind Hearted Woman Blues/Terraplane Blues|
|Janis Joplin||Woodstock Sunday August 17, 1969|
|Albert King||Born Under A Bad Sign (Mono)|
|Basil Kirchin||Worlds Within Worlds: Parts I & II|
|The Kooks||Live At The Moth Club|
|Kool Keith||Complicated Trip|
|Fela Kuti and Roy Ayers||Music Of Many Colours|
|Mark Lanegan Band||Stitch It Up|
|The Lemonheads||Can't Forget / Wild Child|
|John Lennon||Imagine (Raw Studio Mixes)|
|The Lillingtons||Death By Television|
|Lone Justice||Live at the Palomino|
|Lord Huron||The Night We Met|
|Los Lobotomys||Los Lobotomys|
|Various Artists||Lost In Translation (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|Aaron Lupton and Jeff Spzirglas||Blood On Black Wax|
|M||Pop Muzik (10" EP)|
|Craig Mack & The Notorious B.I.G.||B.I.G. MACK (original sampler)|
|Madonna||True Blue (Super Club Mix)|
|Madonna||La Isla Bonita|
|Magpie Salute||The Killing Moon|
|Various Artists||Malcolm X Music From the Motion Picture Soundtrack|
|Roc Marciano||The Prequel (Red Vinyl)|
|Wynton Marsalis||Bolden (Original Soundtrack) Record Store Day EP|
|Masta Ace & Marco Polo||"E.A.T." b/w "Masta Polo"|
|The Mavericks / Sweet Lizzy Project||The Flower's In The Seed|
|Brian May||New Horizons|
|Blind Willie McTell||Statesboro Blues|
|The Menzingers||"No Penance" b/w "Cemetery's Garden"|
|The Minus 5||Stroke Manor|
|The Minus 5||Stroke Manor|
|Mission of Burma||Peking Spring|
|Modest Mouse||Poison The Well|
|Wes Montgomery||Back on Indiana Avenue: The Carroll DeCamp Recordings|
|Monty Python||Monty Python's Life of Brian|
|Guy Moon||Creepozoids OST|
|Moon Express||Prophetic Spirit|
|Rudy Ray Moore||Return of Dolemite|
|Kip Moore||Room To Spare|
|Van Morrison||Astral Weeks|
|Chuck Mosley||Joe Haze Sessions|
|Mumford & Son||Delta Acoustic Sessions | Live From Electric Lady|
|Mutual Benefit||Just Another Diamond Day|
|My Chemical Romance||The Black Parade is Dead|
|Joe Nardone's All Stars||Shake a Hand|
|Various Artists||New Jack City|
|Night Beats||Night Beats Perform The Sonics' Boom|
|Various Artists||No Alternative Soundtrack|
|Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds||Wait & Return|
|Ocampo, Ocampo + Watt||Apparatus b/w Better Than a Dirtnap|
|Various Artists||Office Space|
|Ol' Dirty Bastard||Intoxicated|
|Andrew Oldham Orchestra||The Rolling Stones Songbook|
|Orbital||Buried Deeper Within / Impact (The Cursed Earth Mix)|
|Osaka Popstar/Barnes & Barnes||Fish Heads (Maxi Single)|
|Alfred Panou & The Art Ensemble of Chicago||Je Suis Un Sauvage/Le Moral Necessaire|
|Charlie Parker||Charlie Parker With Strings: The Alternate Takes|
|The Parliaments||Baby I Owe You Something Good|
|Pearl Jam||Live At Easy Street|
|Pelican||Midnight & Mesaline|
|Lee "Scratch" Perry||Rootz Reggae Dub -- Special Edition|
|Stu Phillips||Knight Rider (Original Television Soundtrack)|
|Justin Courtney Pierre||Open Mic At The Lo-Fi : Vol 1|
|Richard Pinhas||Live at Bambalam|
|Pink Floyd||A Saucerful of Secrets (Mono)|
|Marty Willson-Piper||Hanging Out In Heaven|
|PJ Masks||Time To Be A Hero|
|Robert Plant||Fate of Nations|
|Plastic Penny||Two Sides of a Penny|
|The Police||Message In A Bottle|
|Iggy Pop||Hippodrome - Paris 1977|
|Iggy Pop||"The Villagers" b/w "Pain & Suffering"|
|Elvis Presley||Live at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV August 23, 1969|
|Prince||The VERSACE Experience: PRELUDE 2 GOLD|
|Prince||His Majesty's Pop Life / The Purple Mix Club|
|Procol Harum||Procol Harum (50th Anniversary American Edition)|
|Bernard "Pretty" Purdie||Soul Is… Pretty Purdie|
|Dennis Quaid + The Sharks||Out of the Box|
|Queen||Bohemian Rhapsody Picture Disc|
|Queen||"Bohemian Rhapsody"/"I'm in Love with My Car"|
|The Raconteurs||Store Bought Bones (3")|
|Ramones||Live at the Palladium|
|Rancid||Ruby Soho (3")|
|Otis Redding with Booker T. & The M.G.'s and The Mar-Keys||Just Do It One More Time! Otis Redding with Booker T & The MGs and The Mar-Keys|
|Leann Rimes||Live from Gruene Hall|
|Pete Rock||Don't Smoke Rock Instrumentals (Teal Vinyl)|
|Pete Rock||Return of the SP-1200|
|Rockabye Baby||Lullaby Renditions of Weezer|
|The Rolling Stones||Big Hits (High Tides and Green Grass) UK|
|The Rolling Stones||Through The Past Darkly|
|The Rolling Stones||She’s A Rainbow / Live At U Arena, Paris / 25.10.17|
|Mark Ronson||Nothing Breaks Like A Heart|
|Roots Radics||12 Inches of Dub|
VIEW THE LIST IN PDF/HTML FORMAT HERE
THE TITLES BELOW ARE BEING RELEASED EXCLUSIVELY FOR RECORD STORE DAY (v.1.2 updated 2-28)
Record Store Day 2019 is right around the corner.
mewithoutyou - Untitled L.P. - Run For Cover
mewithoutYou’s seventh album will be released this fall on Run For Cover Records. For eighteen years, the Philadelphia band has been a banner name for fans across genres because of their kinetic and truly original style. On their latest [Untitled] Album, the band continues to create the same intensity that has captivated fans for almost two decades. The album was produced by Will Yip at nearby Studio 4, the same place where 2015’s epic Pale Horses was tracked. The intense two year writing process included a stay at a 150 year old barn in Western Pennsylvania. This process has proven to create some of the band’s finest work to date - while elements of the band’s signature sound still remain, there are new aspects at work. Lead single “Julia (or, ‘Holy To the LORD’ on the Bells of Horses)” is an explosive slow-burner. Marked by a soaring guitar refrain that echoes throughout the first verse, vocalist Aaron Weiss’ other-worldly lyrics are sung rather than shouted through his renown spoken-word style. As a whole the record moves like seasons - songs shift between chaos and intimacy, frailty and strength, cacophony and harmony with expert navigation.
Mariah Carey - Caution - Epic
Double vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. 2018 release from the pop/R& superstar. Features the tracks "GTFO" and "The Distance" (featuring Ty Dolla Sign). Mariah Carey is the best-selling female artist of all time with more than 200 million albums sold to date and 18 Billboard Hot 100 #1 singles, more than any solo artist in history. Mariah is recognized with multiple Grammy Awards, numerous American Music Awards, Billboard's "Artist of the Decade" Award, the World Music Award for "World's Best-Selling Female Artist of the Millennium," and BMI's "Icon Award" for her outstanding achievements in songwriting, to name a few - with her distinct five-octave vocal range, prolific songwriting, and producing talent, Mariah is truly the template of the modern pop performance. Mariah's ongoing impact has transcended the music industry to leave an indelible imprint upon the world at large.
Siouxsie & the Banshees - Peepshow - Geffen Records
Peepshow is the ninth studio album by English alternative rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees, released in September 1988. It was their first record as a quintet. With the arrival of multi-instrumentalist Martin McCarrick, the group recorded a multifaceted album including the singles "Peek-a-Boo" and "The Last Beat of My Heart". The record was a commercial success, peaking at No. 68 on the Billboard 200 chart in December, 1988. It spent a total of 20 weeks on that chart. Pressed on 180G vinyl.
Primus - Antipop - Interscope
Double vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Vinyl LP pressing. Antipop is the sixth studio album by alt-rock band Primus, originally released on October 19, 1999. It was the band's final release before their hiatus from 2000 to 2003. It was also the last album with drummer Bryan Mantia. The album features several well-known guest musicians and producers, including Tom Waits, James Hetfield (of Metallica), Jim Martin (former member of Faith No More), Fred Durst (of Limp Bizkit) and Tom Morello (of Rage Against the Machine). The band has regarded the album's production as tense and uncomfortable, with the members of the band not getting along well with each other during recording. After the release of the album the band went on a three-year hiatus from 2000 to 2003. Claypool said "We went on a hiatus, which is a fancy way of saying we just didn't like being around each other and we wanted to break up but we didn't have the balls to actually break up. I think we stopped before we totally shit our pants, but I think the closest we came was doing the Antipop record, " While producing the song "Lacquer Head", Durst encouraged Primus to return to the more aggressive metal sound of their earlier albums Sailing the Seas of Cheese and Frizzle Fry for Antipop.
Double vinyl LP pressing. Iridescence is the fourth studio album by collective Brockhampton. The album is their major-label debut and the first installment of their The Best Years of Our Lives trilogy. The self-produced album was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London, as well as the group's own studio in Hawaii. Iridescence debuted at #1 on the US Billboard200 albums chart, becoming the group's first chart-topping album.
Killers - Day & Age - Island
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Deluxe 10th Anniversary pressing including three bonus tracks. Day & Age is the third studio album by American rock band The Killers. It was released on November 18, 2008, by Island Records. Frontman and lead vocalist Brandon Flowers stated that it is the band's "most playful record." As of May 2015, Day & Age has sold three million copies worldwide. Following the release of the album, the band embarked on the Day & Age World Tour.
Limited double colored vinyl LP pressing with two bonus tracks and lemon scented LP labels. Includes digital download. Originally released in April 2008, When Life Gives You Lemons, You Paint That Shit Gold was met with critical acclaim, debuting at No. 5 on Billboard's Top 200 chart. By this time, Atmosphere had already grown into one of the most accomplished MC/producer duos in independent hip-hop, with a half-dozen official full-length albums under their belt, along with a dozen more limited tour albums, EPs, and various side projects. While Ant's ASR-born beats had grown increasingly melodic and musical, Slug's name had become synonymous with introspective raps, and together, they'd galvanized a faithful following. However, the thing that set When Life Gives You Lemons apart from previous releases was that it reflected a pivotal shift in Atmosphere's songwriting processes, where they transitioned from self-reflective to broadly narrative. Rather than expressing stories from their own POV, Lemons... was based entirely on fictional stories and characters, addressing societal issues at large, some of which revolved around themes of parenthood - perhaps foretelling of their future founding of "Dad Rap."
For more information on these and other releases out this week, check out our New Releases charts by week section.
The Struts - Young & Dangerous - Interscope
British glam-rockers The Struts return with their sophomore album, Young & Dangerous, four years after the release of their debut. Having recently wrapped up a tour with the Foo Fighters and announced their own headlining tour, the band now releases an album that proves it has no intention of slowing down. Pulling from influences like Queen, The Killers and The Strokes, Young & Dangerous showcases how The Struts have developed as a band and begun to carve out their own place.
The Hold Steady - Stay Positive - Vagrant
Vinyl LP pressing. The Hold Steady's fourth album Stay Positive (2008) served as an excellent progression for the best bar band in indie rock and featured a much more adventurous sound to which the group credits producer John Agnello who also helmed their 2006 breakthrough release, Boys And Girls In America. The album sees the band include more diverse instrumentation alongside their bar-room rock, including mandolin, harpsichord, strings and horns. SingerCraig Finn defined Stay Positive as an album, musically and lyrically, about the attempt to age gracefully. The band's gift for literate, anthemic songwriting finds a new focus Finn calls more musical, more dynamic, different instrumentation, more complex arrangements and not always hiding behind raw volume.
Artist and illustrator Tim Bradstreet reimagines The Punisher on the cover of this Marvel variant hip-hop cover, paying homage to LL Cool J’s fan-favorite, Mama Said Knock You Out. The record, released in 1990 via Def Jam Records, was mostly produced by Marley Marl and eventually was certified double Platinum by the RIAA. Its title song nabbed LL the Best Rap Solo Performance at the 1992 Grammy Awards. Released on opaque red vinyl.
Paul McCartney & Wings - Wild Life: Remastered - Capitol
Paul McCartney & Wings - Red Rose Speedway: Remastered - Capitol
Primus’ gold-certified fourth studio album is reissued on 2LP for the first time since 1995, presented with brand new cover art. Features one of the band’s biggest singles – ‘Wynona’s Big Brown Beaver’. Package includes a digital download card.
David Bowie - Glastonbury 2000 - Rhino
Mac Miller - Swimming
Beach Fossils - Clash The Truth
Brittney Spears - One More Time (Picture DIsc)
Laibach - The Sound Of Music
AND OF COURSE....
The Good, The Bad & The Queen - Merrie Land - Studio 13
Chris Cornell - Chris Cornell - UME
Anderson .Paak - Oxnard - 12 Tone Music
Brian Newman - Showboat - Verve
Glen Campbell - Glen Sings For The King - Capitol
Rush - Hemispheres: 40th Anniversary - Mercury
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus formed boygenius after booking a tour together, but the trio had subconsciously been in the works for longer than that. Through a series of tours and performances together, and chance encounters that led to friendships – including Bridgers’ and Dacus’ first in-person meeting backstage at a Philadelphia festival, greenroom hangouts that felt instantly comfortable and compatible, a couple of long email chains and even a secret handshake between Baker and Dacus – the lyrically and musically arresting singer-songwriters and kindred spirits got to know each other on their own terms.
Cult Leader is a chaotic band from Salt Lake City, Utah. “A Patient Man” was recorded and engineered by Kurt Ballou at God City Studios (Converge, Nails, High On Fire). From the first hits of opener “I Am Healed” Cult Leader take listeners on a sonic rollercoaster ride. Much of the album follows this blueprint. Songs like “Curse of Satisfaction”, “Craft of Mourning”, and “Share My Pain” are driven by a weave work of unorthodox metallic riffing and fueled by hyper-aggressive percussion. While the tech- nical proficiency is impressive, it’s in their use of dynamics where they truly shine. The album contains four beautifully brooding epics; “To: Achlys”, “A World of Joy”, title track “A Patient Man”, and “The Broken Right Hand of God”. Each one of them carries a maturation and sense of melody that few “extreme” bands have within their arsenal. Proving that aggressive music still has much to offer the world in terms of originality, creativity, and emotion.
Stereolab formed in London in 1990, and released 13 studio albums, 15 eps and numerous singles. Simon Reynolds commented in Rolling Stone that the group’s early records form “an endlessly seductive body of work that sounds always the same, always different.” Their sound was a mix of new and old...dubbed “post-rock”, they used vintage keyboards, and the vocals were in English and French. They are often noted as being one of the most influential and original bands of the 90s. Theirs is a rich, overflowing palette, readily able to blur the gulf between Os Mutantes and the BBC Radiophonic Orchestra; merge Krzysztof Komeda with the Velvet Underground, Francoise Hardy with Neu! and Burt Bacharach with Esquivel. A deluxe blend, in other words, with ingredients plucked assiduously from pop’s coolest outposts: 50’s lounge, Rive Gauche chanson, Brazilian tropicalia, North American art rock, East European film music, Krautrock. hi-fi test recordings, mood music and more. Somehow they distill these apparently incongruent components into an ageless exotica that is all their own.
The Beatles - The Beatles (The White Album): Anniversary Edition
Charles Bradley - Black Velvet
The Revivalists - Take Good Care
J Mascis - Elastic Days
Architects UK - Holy Hell
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Oddments + 3 Other Limited Reissues (Eyes Like The Sky, 12 Bar Bruise & Float Along)
The 4th studio album by KG&TLW released in 2014 featuring a collection of odd songs recorded between 2007-2014. Originally limited to 500 copies. Pyschedelic rock/pop.
JD McPherson - Socks - New West Records
Rodney Crowell - Christmas Everywhere - New West Records
Original score music from Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, including 5 original songs, soundtracking the forthcoming remake of Dario Argento’s cult classic “Suspiria.” The Luca Guadagnino directed film stars Dakota Johnson & Tilda Swinton. A beautiful haunting soundtrack to accompany your halloween weekend!
"Sweetener, Grande’s first album since the 2017 bombing at her Manchester concert, feels more honest and distinct than any of her past work. Perhaps because tragedy has a way of revealing our true selves, the 25-year-old star finally allows herself to just take things as they come. She doesn’t force the heart-wrenching emotion of it all into tearful ballads and message-heavy anthems, but instead lets the low-key joy of the title track radiate across the album. The best parts of Sweetener have her looking for hope and stumbling upon the glow of new love." - Pitchfork
Some bands love having very ironic names. When a band is called Daughters, listeners might expect: (1) a female-dominated or female-fronted lineup, and (2) an introspective folk-rock or adult alternative approach along the lines of the Indigo Girls, the October Project, or 10,000 Maniacs. But those who have been following Daughters since their official formation in 2001 (or before that when they were As the Sun Sets) know that they aren't a female act and that they don't sound anything like the Indigo Girls, the October Project, or 10,000 Maniacs. Daughters are guys, and they're guys who provide a jagged, dense, highly abrasive dose of noise rock on this self-titled 2010 release. Daughters have been described as everything from mathcore or math metal to alternative metal to grindcore (although this album doesn't sound like Cannibal Corpse or Carcass), but noise rock is the term that best captures Daughters in 2010 -- and make no mistake: this is an extremely noisy album. Daughters thrive on being as noisy as possible, and they love to be as frantic and as nervous as possible. A lot of that nervousness comes from a healthy appreciation of punk; they clearly appreciate punk's high-speed aggression as much as they appreciate metal's heaviness. Combine that frantic, nervous, punk-minded tension with a lot of metallic heaviness, and you have an album that leaves a trail of destruction in its wake.
Spirit Of The Beehive - Hypnic Jerks (Patt's Pick Of The Week!)
As the spirit of the beehive front man Zack Schwartz puts it, Hypnic Jerks sounds like the state between wakefulness and sleep. The Philly quintet's third full length is named after the involuntary muscle spasms that can happen right as someone begins dozing off ... a perfect feeling to compare the album's drowsy-yet- restless character to. Unlike the spiraling momentum of the band's sophomore LP, pleasure suck, the spirit of the beehive takes a more grounded approach here, though the ground it's standing on is equally otherworldly. Dreamy is a fitting adjective, but the ten tracks on Hypnic Jerks never fully slip into the peaceful character of dream-pop. Hypnic Jerks has the quality of an indescribable dream fading from memory as you slowly begin to regain consciousness. Its warped guitar tones, transcendental synths and smattering of eerie audio samples conjure this purgatorial space between reverie and reality. It's an arena where the songs unexpectedly contort themselves and take on different textures, morphing in and out of one another. Once the celestial harmonies, balmy keys and creeping false climax of album closer it's gonna find you roll past, it's clear that the spirit of the beehive has secured a seat at this decade's table of musical visionaries.
Oakland, CA trio Super Unison features Meghan O’Neil (formerly of PUNCH) on bass and vocals, Kevin DeFranco on guitar, and Justin Renninger (formerly of Snowing) on drums. Formed in 2014, the band released their acclaimed album "Auto" on Deathwish in 2017. Their new album "Stella" was recorded by Steve Albini (Nirvana, Pixies, Jawbreaker), produced by Don Devore (Ink & Dagger), and mastered by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Oathbreaker). It is an aggressive and sonically dynamic outpouring of post punk emotion. Though they tackle dark and personal subject matter, they ultimately find a light that cuts through the dark, and a way to get through the loss and loneliness we all face.
While recording Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s latest release, Sex & Food, Ruban Nielson, his longtime collaborator Jacob Portrait and his brother Kody Nielson, found themselves in the Vietnamese city of Hanoi playing and recording with local musicians at Phu Sa Studios. The studio, normally used for traditional Vietnamese music, found the band jamming on sessions dubbed IC-01 Hanoi: exploring the outer edges of the band’s influences in Jazz, Fusion and the avant-garde. The musicians, along with Ruban and Kody’s father, a Jazz musician in his own right, helped lay down the unique textures heard throughout Hanoi. At its core Hanoi is a record of exploration, finding its closest antecedent in Miles Davis’ experimental On The Corner – itself a record full of nods toward avant-garde composers and Jazz outsiders alike. Hanoi finds Ruban amplifying and stretching out on lead guitar, with a blown-out and wandering fuzz tone that slinks throughout the sessions. Kody and Jacob match Ruban’s melodic diversions with aplomb, mining their talents to finding as easy a role in the fusion of funk as they do in the more ambient and abstract tangents on Hanoi.
'The Greatest Songs Ever Written (by us)' is a chunk of NOFX's impressive career, lopped off into 2 LPs , including a brand-new song specifically written and recorded for this release. NOFX is one of the best loved punk rock bands of all time because they never soul doubt...continually making their legions of fans laugh and think. Twenty years of recording, touring, and being the most successful and sarcastic punk rock band in the independent world have resulted in a twenty-seven song LP that every NOFX fan must have.
To celebrate the release of the new Halloween movie scored by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter, and Daniel Davies, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross (The Social Network, Nine Inch Nails) are releasing their reworked version of Carpenter’s iconic Halloween theme as a limited edition 12", alongside Carpenter’s version from his 2017 Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998 album. Reznor explains: “I clearly remember my friends and I at 13 years old conning our parents into letting us see Halloween when it came out in 1978. We left the theater forever changed. We were damaged and scarred, with the shit genuinely scared out of us and that theme stuck firmly in our heads. John Carpenter, it’s your fault that I turned out the way I did.” Speaking about the new version, John Carpenter states, “Moody and dark, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ version of Halloween does amazing justice to the original. I’m impressed.” The limited edition 12" that brings these two recordings together for the first time is available on black vinyl and indie store-exclusive orange vinyl. It comes out October 19, the same day as the new Halloween film and soundtrack
Happy Halloween week, creeps! We're in the spirit around here, which means we hung up some spooky stuff and have a lot of candy to share. We've also got a lot of cool records coming out. Candy and records, what more could you ask for?
New Music Releases 10/26/18 at Mills Record Company
When the new Halloween movie hits theaters in October 2018, it will have the distinction of being the first film in the series with creator John Carpenter’s direct involvement since 1982’s Halloween III: Season of the Witch. Carpenter serves on the new David Gordon Green-directed installment as an executive producer, a creative consultant, and, thrillingly, as a soundtrack composer, alongside his collaborators from his three recent solo albums, Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies.
The new soundtrack pays homage to the classic Halloween score that Carpenter composed and recorded in 1978, when he forever changed the course of horror cinema and synthesizer music with his low-budget masterpiece. Several new versions of the iconic main theme serve as the pulse of Green’s film, its familiar 5/4 refrain stabbing through the soundtrack like the Shape’s knife. The rest of the soundtrack is just as enthralling, incorporating everything from atmospheric synth whooshes to eerie piano-driven pieces to skittering electronic percussion. While the new score was made with a few more resources than Carpenter’s famously shoestring original, its musical spirit was preserved.
“We wanted to honor the original Halloween soundtrack in terms of the sounds we used,” Davies explained. “We used a lot of the Dave Smith OB-6, bowed guitar, Roland Juno, Korg, Roli, Moog, Roland System 1, Roland System 8, different guitar pedals, mellotron, and piano.”
Unlike the Lost Themes albums, where the composers wrote the soundtracks for imaginary movies, Halloween saw the Carpenters and Davies collaborating on music set to images for the first time. Though it marked a significant change from their previous creative process, the trio thrived under the constraints and tight deadlines that film scoring work demands.
“Being limited by the length of time in scoring the sequence, we focused on the director’s tempo, timing, and vision,” Davies said. “He would tell us what he had in mind, how long the cue should be, what emotion he wanted, and we would take it from there. It’s only the three of us, there is no elaborate system. We wrote, performed, and orchestrated everything.
For John Carpenter, who reunited on the new film with original Halloween star Jamie Lee Curtis, composing the score felt like a homecoming. Not only had he not worked on a Halloween movie in 35 years, he hadn’t composed a soundtrack since his 2001 sci-fi thriller Ghosts of Mars.
“It was great,” Carpenter said of the experience. “It was transforming. It was not a movie I directed, so I had a lot of freedom in creating the score and getting into the director's head. I was proud to serve David Gordon Green’s vision.”
For Cody Carpenter, John’s son, and Davies, his godson, it was surreal to work on something that means so much to generations of fans, and that they grew up around.
“It was an honor for us to be involved, and we are really happy to be a part of something that so many people are anticipating and excited about,” Davies said. “Working together with both the director of the new Halloween and the creator of the original Halloween was really a fantastic experience.”
Greta Van Fleet - Anthem Of The Peaceful Army - Republic
Minus The Bear - Fair Enough (Baby Pink Vinyl & Coke Bottle Green both available!)
Minus the Bear is a product of the first two decades of this century. From their first show in 2001 to their impending dissolution at the end of 2018, the Seattle band thrived on the musical awakening in the era of the mp3, the internet, poptimism, and the crosspollinations generated from an expanded consciousness of new music forms. With their final EP, Fair Enough, Minus the Bear closes the book on their hybrid of art-rock, indie pop, and warehouse party appeal. The opening track “Fair Enough” went through a variety of permutations before the band found new meaning in its lyrical lament of lost passions and finding “the exact moment we turned it off”. The other songs of Fair Enough are a continuation and culmination of Minus the Bear’s diverse sounds. The up-tempo drumbeats, lush electronics, and nimble guitar work that initially set them apart are on full display during “Viaduct”. “Dinosaur” has the groove of early hits of “Fine + 2 PTS”, but crafted with the understated Steely Dan-eque delivery of their more current slow jams. The EP closes with a nod to their ongoing remix collaborations, this time with a rave-up reinvention of “Invisible” by Sombear.
Jason Isbell - Live From The Ryman - Southeastern Records
Buxton - Stay Out Late - New West Records
On Novemeber 23rd, 2018 we will be opening at 7am to celebrate Black Friday Record Store Day 2018! Mark it on your calenders!
Record Store Day's annual Black Friday bash will take place on Friday, November 23rd this year, and as always, we'll have all the exclusive and limited releases you can handle. Of course, right after Black Friday comes Shop Small Saturday, so we're planning a weekend-long party to celebrate both events.
Black Friday Record Store Day-Nov 23rd
Remember, we buy deep for this event because we believe that these titles not only round out your vinyl collection but that also make great holiday gifts that are exclusive to indie record stores.Read more...
Travel can inspire in surprising ways: Kurt Vile discovered as much making his first record in three years, the eclectic and electrifying Bottle It In, which he recorded at various studios around the country over two very busy years, during sessions that usually punctuated the ends of long tours or family road trips. Every song, whether it’s a concise and catchy pop composition or a sprawling guitar epic, becomes a journey unto itself, taking unexpected detours, circuitous melodic avenues, or open-highway solos. If Vile has become something of a rock guitar god—a mantle he would dismiss out of humility but also out of a desire to keep getting better, to continue absorbing new music, new sounds, new ideas—it’s due to his precise, witty playing style, which turns every riff and rhythm into points on a map and takes the scenic route from one to the next. Using past albums as points of departure, Bottle It In heads off in new directions, pushing at the edges of the map into unexplored territory: Here be monster jams. These songs show an artist who is still evolving and growing: a songwriter who, like his hero John Prine, can make you laugh and break your heart, often in the same line, as well as a vocalist who essentially rewrites those songs whenever he sings them in his wise, laconic jive-talkin’ drawl. He revels in the minutiae of the music—not simply incorporating new instruments but emphasizing how they interact with his guitar and voice, how the glockenspiel evokes cirrocumulus clouds on “Hysteria,” how Kim Gordon’s “acoustic guitar distortion” (her term) engulfs everything at the end of “Mutinies,” how the banjo curls around his guitar lines and backing vocals from Lucius to lend a high-lonesome aura to “Come Again.” These journeys took Vile more than two years to navigate, during which time he toured behind his breakout 2015 album b’lieve I’m goin’ down, recorded a duets album with Australian singer-songwriter-guitarist Courtney Barnett, opened for Neil Young in front of 90,000 people in Quebec, famously became a clue on Jeopardy, hung out with friends, took vacations with his wife and daughters. “I’ve been bouncing around a lot and recording all over. My family would meet me in the middle of America, and we’d go on a road trip somewhere. I would record in between all that stuff.” As Vile prepares for another round of lengthy tours and countless shows, these songs should prove good company, reminders of the love and responsibility he has toward those he leaves at home and those he meets along the way. That makes the sentiments resonate more strongly and lends Bottle It In an emotional weight. “It’s like that moment on the airplane,” Vile says, “when you’re on your way somewhere and you have that burst of panic. When you’re terrified of dying, that’s when you want people to know you love them.” “Impeccably recorded and mixed songs that shuffle bits of folk, new wave, or country in the mix but are always squarely down-the-middle rock.” Mark Richardson, Pitchfork “Vile’s self-awareness is as appealing as his melodies, and he’s stoked a reputation as a bit of a slacker maharishi—at the very least, a look inside Vile’s head might make you think a bit more deeply about what’s going on in your own.” The New Yorker
MassEducation re-imagines St. Vincent’s #1 New York Times album, MASSEDUCTION, laying bare exquisite songwriting and beauty.
David Bowie - Loving The Alien (1983-1988)
Available for the first time on vinyl, the SteelDrivers’ GRAMMY-nominated sophomore record, Reckless, picks up where their eponymous debut left off. Originally released in 2010, it’s the Nashville group’s last album with singer/songwriter Chris Stapleton at the helm, who left the band later that same year to pursue his solo career. With Reckless, the SteelDrivers continue to push the boundaries of bluegrass incorporating experimental aspects from other genres, including blues and Southern soul.
Atreyu - In Our Wake - Spinefarm
Producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, songwriter and vocalist Devonte Hynes returns with his fourth album as Blood Orange, Negro Swan. Raised in England, Hynes started out as a teenage punk in the UK band Test Icicles before releasing two orchestral acoustic pop records as Lightspeed Champion. In 2011, he released Coastal Grooves, the first of three solo albums under the moniker Blood Orange. His last album, Freetown Sound, was released to critical acclaim in 2016, and saw Hynes defined as one of the foremost musical voices of his time, receiving comparisons to the likes of Kendrick Lamar and D’Angelo for his own searing and soothing personal document of life as a black man in America. He has collaborated with Solange Knowles, FKA Twigs, and many other artists, and was recently one of four artists invited to the Kennedy Center to perform alongside Philip Glass. In addition to his production work, he scored the film Palo Alto, directed by Gia Coppola and starring James Franco. Hynes’ newest album, Negro Swan, was written and produced by Hynes. Says Hynes: “My newest album is an exploration into my own and many types of black depression, an honest look at the corners of black existence, and the ongoing anxieties of queer/people of color. A reach back into childhood and modern traumas, and the things we do to get through it all. The underlying thread through each piece on the album is the idea of HOPE, and the lights we can try to turn on within ourselves with a hopefully positive outcome of helping others out of their darkness.”
Twenty One Pilots shook the world with the release of their 2015 LP BLURRYFACE, an album that would go on to sell over 7 million copies worldwide and earn the band their first ever GRAMMY® Award as they shattered longstanding chart records, and captivated audiences worldwide on sold-out arena runs and at international festivals. Now three years later, the duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have returned to write the next chapter of their story with TRENCH, the band's highly anticipated new studio album. TRENCH finds Twenty One Pilots fearlessly reimagining the possibilities of their music through the same candid expression and genuine identity that helped to cement their place as one of the largest bands in the world.
Coheed and Cambria have distinguished themselves as among the most gifted storytellers in rock. While the most conceptually abstruse Coheed records have always had a foundation in reality,The Color Before the Sunmarks the first time Sanchez is exposing his raw feelings, narrated from his own perspective. His own story is told through big, bright, driving, colorful songs that beam like power-pop, crunch like vintage '90s emocore and float with the expansive feel of space-rock.
Molly Burch burst onto the music scene in 2017 with her debut Please Be Mine – a ten-track ode to unrequited romance written after studying Jazz Vocal Performance in Asheville, NC – and earned immediate praise from critics for her smoky, effortless vocals and bleeding-heart lyrics. Following a year of touring all over North America, Europe and the UK alongside the likes of Ought, Alex Cameron, Grizzly Bear and Courtney Barnett amongst others, Burch then returned to Texas to decompress. Finding herself suddenly devoid of stimulation and with nothing but time on her hands, she began anew, bouncing ideas off her bandmate and boyfriend Dailey Toliver – who contributed guitar parts and orchestration suggestions – and, slowly, an album took shape; soon after, First Flower became real.
A walk-through Burch’s most intimate thoughts – broken friendships, sibling relationships, and overwhelming anxiety – First Flower is a bright, beautiful album peppered with moments of triumph with Burch’s voice as strong and dexterous as ever. Opening track “Candy” is a swinging, playful hit, while “Wild” deals with pushing away fear. Title track “First Flower” is classic Burch, a simple love song that makes your skin raise with goosebumps when she breaks into the chorus. But the album’s true stand-out is “To The Boys”, a courageous, sassy fuck-you to her own self-deprecation where she learns to love all the things she hated about herself. “I don’t need to scream to get my point across/I don’t need to yell to know that I’m the boss,” she coos over a sparse guitar riff.
First Flower is a shapely sonic stage to let Burch shine on. The composition and production carefully constructed to compliment and not over power.
180g vinyl re-press of Tricky’s debut solo record – Maxinquaye. After signing a contract with 4th & Broadway Tricky collaborated with his newly discovered vocalist Martina Topley-Bird who would deliver a new depth and dimension to Tricky’s lyrics. Maxinquaye also features guest vocalists Allison Goldfrapp, Ragga and Mark Stewart. Featuring original artwork.
For the first time since Happy Hollow, the new Cursive album reunites Tim Kasher, guitarist/singer Ted Stevens and bassist Matt Maginn with founding drummer Clint Schnase, as well as co-producer Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, M. Ward, Jenny Lewis) at ARC Studios in Omaha. They’re joined by Patrick Newbery on keys and touring mainstay Megan Siebe on cello. Press pickup from album announcement included Pitchfork, Brooklyn Vegan, NPR, SPIN, COS and more. US tour dates 10/18-11/18.
Emo/Indie Rock Legend Pedro The Lion continues his steady stream of reissues with the all time classic "Achillies Heel". Another one to add to the collection for all fans Pedro/Jade Tree.
Jim James - Uniform Clarity - Verve
Eric Church - Desperate Man - EMI Nashville
Ron Gallo - Stardust Birthday Party - New West Records
Joe Strummer - Joe Strummer 001 - Ignition Records
The third LP (and first in five years) from the actress and recording artist features appearances by Brian Wilson, Pharrell Williams, Zoë Kravitz, and Grimes, plus musical contributions from Prince just prior to his death.
Gouge Away are a hardcore punk band from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. “Burnt Sugar” is their latest album, co-produced by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Oathbreaker) and Jeremy Bolm of Touche Amore. With “Burnt Sugar” Gouge Away dive into personal and social political subject matter without getting the bends on their way back to surface. Carrying an emotional vulnerability and honesty that few bands own in today’s music world.
30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Pixies’ Debut EP and Album, Come On Pilgrim and Surfer Rosa, includes Bonus 1986 Radio Session Live From The Fallout Shelter. It’s been thirty years since the release of Surfer Rosa – a record made up of rage, religion, gore, incest and superheroes named Tony – a debut album so good that it’s since seen as a masterpiece. A year prior came Come On Pilgrim, an eight-track mini-album released in 1987 which contained cuts culled from their first ever studio session, where they famously recorded seventeen tracks in just three days (in full, this session makes up the band’s much bootlegged and now officially released The Purple Tape). These formative records showed the Pixies to be an alien breed; four oddball outsiders from Boston blending US underground thrash rock, indie surf pop and Spanish-language flamenco with the Biblical mythology of Francis’ childhood. They would go on to record another masterpiece in 1989’s Doolittle but it’s the gruesome glory of Surfer Rosa, and the ruined sexuality of its cover image (a topless flamenco dancer in a crumbling Mexican bar) that set a fresh blueprint for an indie rock dynamism that not only planted the seeds of grunge (Kurt Cobain would admit that he was trying to imitate the record while writing Nevermind) but of much of the best rock music made since. To celebrate this milestone, Pixies are playing five sold-out intimate shows at London’s Roundhouse this October and preceding them is the release of Come On Pilgrim… It’s Surfer Rosa, the thirtieth anniversary edition which contains Come On Pilgrim, Surfer Rosa and Live From The Fallout Shelter, a concert-cum-session that first aired in late-1986 on WJUL in Lowell, MA. “An unparalleled example of rule-smashing innovation in independent music.” Pitchfork “Smack in between hardcore punk and alternative, their secret weapon was leaping from sweet to screaming, driving a spike into Eighties rock.” Rolling Stone “Surfer Rosa quickly cemented itself as a must-have album (and) 30 years on, its aged into timelessness rather than becoming a period piece.” The Quietus
The eighth album from Marissa Nadler, For My Crimes, is the sound of turmoil giving way to truth. The songs stare down the dark realization that love may not be enough to keep two people together through distance and differing needs. By asking these difficult questions about her relationships, Nadler has found a stronger sense of self and a sharper voice as both a songwriter and a vocalist, culminating in her most evocative entry in an already impressive discography. Following the release of 2016’s acclaimed Strangers, Nadler’s relationships were put to the test as she left the Boston area on tour. She wrote throughout 2017 about this tension, and ended up with three times as many songs as she needed. But after reviewing the demos with her co-producers Justin Raisen and Lawrence Rothman, Nadler wrote a flurry of tight but no less intense new songs in the week before arriving at Rothman’s Laurel Canyon studio, House of Lux, in early January. She considered it a challenge to herself, applying new strategies and structures to the craft of “slow music” she’s honed over the last 15 years. From that group of songs came nearly all of the singles on For My Crimes, some of the most indelible of Nadler’s career.
THE ATLANTIC SINGLES COLLECTION 1967-1970 features singles which Franklin released during her first three years with Atlantic Records.
Pale Waves’s black-clad central songwriting duo, Baron-Gracie and Ciara Doran, are perhaps the apotheosis of the death of musical tribes among digital natives. There are flourishes of pop Cure on the likes of Kiss, which doffs its cap to Just Like Heaven, but most tracks here could grace Taylor Swift’s 1989. Their biggest single, Television Romance, remains monstrously addictive, all glistening 80s pop muscle and deadpan delivery, but there’s plenty to match it, from the crisp synths of Came In Close (which features the killer line: “I knew from the very first time I saw you / You liked crying in your room for something to do”)and theyoung-love rush of Eighteen to Loveless Girl’s dry jabs at an old flame: “You always said I was too cold/ Only with you, though”. They’ll probably be the last, following their US twin band Muna and their labelmates the 1975, to get away with this particular production sound, and 14 tracks stretches the hooks a little thin, but My Mind Makes Noises boasts pop craft to rival big-money production teams, and much better eyeliner to boot.
Rick And Morty - The Rick And Morty Soundtrack - Sub Pop
Ron Gallo - Stardust Birthday Party - New West Records
Prince - Piano & A Microphone 1983
Joyce Manor - Million Dollars To Kill Me - Epitaph
Year of the Snitch is the upcoming sixth studio album by experimental hip hop group Death Grips, set to be released on August 10, 2018 through Third Worlds and Harvest Records. We have the Indie Exclusive Clear Vinyl version in stock.
Toronto rockers Metric emphasize guitars on the band’s latest album, a collection of 12 new songs packed with massive riffs, driving rhythm and raw/smooth vocals that have become their instantly identifiable signature sound. Produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (M83, Beck, Nine Inch Nails), Metric’s seventh LP addresses a climate of cultural and political anxiety while refusing to give despair the upper hand. In many ways, it’s the most Metric album the band has ever made as Emily Haines, Jimmy Shaw, Joshua Winstead and Joules Scott-Key rediscover their shared love of music and how good they are at making it together. “This felt like the culmination of a lifetime spent playing together and trusting each other and going for it,” Shaw says.
Before Drive-By Truckers, Mike Cooley and Patterson Hood formed Adam’s House Cat in the Muscles Shoals-area of Alabama in 1985. Their songs and friendship was the foundation on which DBT was built. This “lost” album recorded in 1990 has never before been released. It was remixed by Dave Barbe and mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound.
The follow up to 2014's absolutely smashing debut "Chalear Humaine". Chris is a new pop anthem for the masses. It is an album about pop music as much as any of the other topics it addresses. Or rather, about a belief in pop music as something more than ephemeral – as a vehicle for ideas, a space in which you can transform yourself – in an era when pop is supposed to have lost its longstanding hold over its audience, when it’s not supposed to amount to much more than a pleasant soundtrack or minor distraction. Get it right, Chris implies, and it can still be powerful.
Pharrell - In My Mind
William Fitzsimmons - Mission Bell - Nettwerk Records
The cover to Emma Ruth Rundle's fourth solo record, On Dark Horses, bears a blurry photo of the songwriter obscuring her face with a large toy horse with broken legs. The photo suggests something candid but also hidden, graceful but also fractured,a fitting portrait for an artist who has established a career by vacillating between shrouding herself in mystery and exposing her wounds to the world. The first peek behind the curtain came with her Sargent House debut Some Heavy Ocean, where layers of distortion were excised in favor of acoustic guitar and Rundle's beguiling vocals. There was a distinct difference by the time Rundle released Marked For Death, a stark and deeply personal meditation on mortality and self-destructive behavior. Her entire musical trajectory, from the cinematic instrumentals of Red Sparowes to the lush haze of Marriages and onward through her solo career, seems like a gradual disclosure of intimate secrets. With On Dark Horses, Rundle doesn't shy away from uncomfortable realities or retreat into a private world, but it does capture an artist who has survived their personal nadir and come out stronger on the other side. The eight tracks of On Dark Horses capture the evolution of Rundle as an artist, with vestigial traces of the savvy guitar work of Electric Guitar: One, the siren song beauty of Some Heavy Ocean, and the amplified urgency of Marked For Death all factoring into the album's rich tapestry. Rundle arrives at the end of the album with an ode to a traumatized and heartbroken friend on the grand and triumphant "You Don't Have To Cry". After laboring over the majority of the material for the album, she wrote the finale in one sitting, describing its easy birth as a gift from the gods. It's a fitting closer, a song announcing Rundle's newfound hope and reminding us to take control during our darkest moments instead of succumbing to them.
Slothrust is principal songwriter, guitar player and unrepentant aesthete Leah Wellbaum, with drummer Will Gorin and bassist Kyle Bann. On their fourth full-length album The Pact, Slothrust constructs a luscious, ethereal cosmos perforated with wormy portals and magic wardrobes, demonstrating more clearly than ever the band’s deft shaping of contrasting sonic elements to forge a muscular sound that’s uniquely their own. This is their 4th EP that further stray from their noisy/grunge roots and dives further into the dreamy fuzzy side of the 90s. Leah's songwriting is as killer as ever, quirky & tongue and cheek. This record is their most soothing yet. A great follow up to 2017's "Everyone Else".
Analog synthesizers give tangible life to the works of Guerilla Toss. Whether it be the sound of a rocket ship, a kitten-with-a-wah, distorted dolphins, or a clavichord made out of honey-baked ham, the band consistently finds new ways to bring together the many ideas that combine to shape each new batch of art-rock puzzle pieces. Twisted Crystal, Guerilla Toss’ new LP, feels more personal than ever for the band. Angular yet irresistibly catchy, this collection of pop songs pulls influence from powerful groups like The Slits, ESG, Gina X, and early Madonna, with sing-speak vocals from Kassie Carlson nodding to legendary artists like Laurie Anderson, Grace Jones, and Lizzy Mercier Descloux – combining this all into a twisted, crystalline concoction. Oracles and enigmatic egos are common lyrical themes, but charismatic instrumentality springs the listener back to extraterrestrial comfort. Old favorite sounds ring true from the trusty Sequential Circuits Six Track Synthesizer and Clavia Drum Machine. New, more refined sounds are molded and polished by drummer/producer Peter Negroponte, whose passion for perfection and creation goes far beyond an all-consuming Tetris effect. Peter has truly excelled on this new recording, creating a complex networks of beats and sound that become easily intertwined with the rhythmic fabric of life. Raised in a devoutly religious family, vocalist Kassie Carlson started performing at the age of five. She often participated in large pastoral choral performances, as well as her family’s four-part harmony gospel quartet, making her no stranger to the stage. Growing up under the fear of God leaves a distinct footprint on your perception. An omnipresent male dictates not only your present waking life but also the rest of your eternity. Discovering a rock band was more than self-expression for Kassie, it was a manifestation of a self-healing temple, a personal pipeline for power. What better way to part the waters of toxic sludge than a matriarchal shout? Arian Shafiee, Guerilla Toss’ resident textural-guitar guru, is inspired by aspects of non-Western tuning and extended techniques. He designs moments of dense, glistening, pitch-shifted harmony and measured strumming that link classical impressionism to no-wave and early minimal music. His recent solo work truly comes through on this new record, as he tethers fantastical surreality to noise rock to deconstructed Middle Eastern pop music. Keyboardist Sam Lisabeth paws the keys with distinct virtuosity and expressive sass. A new member, Stephen Cooper (of the band Cloud Becomes Your Hand), binds the group with an urgent, disciplined, and melodic style. The hypnotic, ostinato-like basslines and up front rhythm tracks guide and grip each song like gravity, keeping the listener from swirling off into the cosmos. In albums past, Kassie’s performances resembled more of a manic, possessed high priestess; humming at the gates of hell, hacking telepathy and tugging the strings of every audience member. Twisted Crystal goes beyond this familiar darkness, leading us into a rhythmically calming charm with deep wisdom, serenity, and understanding. What is a twisted crystal? And who told you it would heal? At times the listener wanders through mazes of dizzying, alternately pulsing time signatures, but the roads always bounce, meet and magically snap back together. That meditative groove, both live and in the studio, has become signature for Guerilla Toss, drawing deep influence from 70s krautrock and experimental rock music like Tom Tom Club, Talking Heads, Brian Eno, Neu!, Cluster, Todd Rundgren, and La Dusseldorf. A constantly evolving, living breathing entity, the band now presents the album Twisted Crystal. Enjoy the same surrealistic, kinetic healing energy of live Guerilla Toss, today in your own home. “Magic is Easy. Hypnotize yourself well.”
'The legendary Aphex Twin returns bringing the heat once more! One of the most spectacular and critically lauded artists in the world, the Collapse EP is one surely not to be missed!!! For nearly three decades Aphex Twin has reigned as The God of Electronic Music. His tunes have packed dancefloors, soundtracked late night sessions and highlighted festivals around the globe. The emotional crescendos he manages to sculpt from his melodies take the listener on a roller coaster of feelings. Also known as Richard D. James, the Duke of Rave has built a career on frollicking visuals and beastly bangers, but this doesn t mean the man cannot trade in a whole plethora of emotions, Avril 14th is a sumptuous celestial patchwork of sadness and euphoria, whilst Come to Daddy is without doubt the most petrifying song in the universe. The Collapse EP falls between these, affirming him as the very best electronic wizard in the game! The Collapse EP is a juicy bag of delights. Extending the flamboyant paths that Aphex Twin has consistently managed to forge through his dizzying career. From the utterly exhilarating T69 collapse to the complete and utterly bonkers, instantaneous and life affirming abundance10edit[2 R8's, FZ20m & a 909] featuring vertigo inducing high hats and sauntering arrangements with some brain scrambling noise thrown in for good measure!
Multi-platinum global superstar and seven-time Grammy Award winner, Carrie Underwood will release Cry Pretty, her first studio album on Capitol Records Nashville on September 14. The title track and lead single was released worldwide on April 11. The title track, “Cry Pretty” is currently in the Top 10 on the Media Base & Billboard charts.
Richard Reed Parry - Quiet River Of Dust Vol. 1 - Epitaph
Joyce Manor - Million Dollars To Kill Me - Epitaph
William Fitzsimmons - Mission Bell - Nettwerk Records
The Paper Kites - On The Corner Where You Live - Nettwerk Records
Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same
Paul Simon - In The Blue Light
Spiritualized - And Nothing Hurt
Waxahatchee - Great Thunder EP
Lenny Kravitz - Raise Vibration
Clutch - Book Of Bad Decisions
Mothers - Render Another Ugly Method
Aaron Lee Tasjan -- Karma For Cheap (Indie Exclusive Colored Vinyl)
Amos Lee -- My New Moon (Digital Download Included)
Anna Calvi -- Hunter (180g Vinyl / Includes Digital Download)
Beyond The Black -- Heart Of The Hurricane
Big Red Machine -- S/T (Aaron Dessner & Justin Vernon’s New Project / Digital Download Included)
Big Red Machine -- S/T (Cassette / Silver Shell)
Big Red Machine -- S/T (CD)
Black Mirrors -- Look Into The Black Mirror
Blink 182 -- Dude Ranch (Limited Edition Colored VInyl)
Boogarins -- Lá Vem A Morte (180g Smoky Clear Vinyl / Features 3 Bonus Tracks / Digital Download Included)
Carbi B / Bad Bunny / J Balvin -- I Like It
Charlie Haden & Pat Metheny -- Beyond The Missouri Sky
Circles -- The Last One (First Press / Black VInyl / Limited to 300)
Darwin Deez -- 10 Song That Happened When You Left Me My Stupid Heart (Limited Edition White VInyl / Includes Digital Download)
David Bazan -- Care (Digital Download Included)
Dazed & Confused -- Even More Dazed & Confused: They Found Your Stash… Again! (Purple w/ Pink Splatter Vinyl Pressing / Limited 1,300 Copies)
Demetri Martin - Live (at the time)
Depeche Mode -- A Broken Frame: The 12” Singles (Numbered Limited Edition / 12” Singles Faithfully Reproduced From Original Artwork & Audio Masters / Includes Reproduction of Original Marketing Poster & Digital Download Code)
Depeche Mode -- Speak & Spell: The 12” Singles (Numbered Limited Edition / 12” Singles Faithfully Reproduced From Original Artwork & Audio Masters / Includes Reproduction of Original Marketing Poster & Digital Download Code)
Graham Nash -- Over The Years (15 Classic Graham Nash / 2xLP / 180g Vinyl)
Idles -- Joy As An Act Of Resistance (Limited Edition Pink Vinyl / The UKs Freshest Noise Rockers / For Fans of mclusky, USA Nails, & BLKLSTRS)
Iron & Wine -- Weed Garden (CD)
Iron & Wine -- Weed Garden (Loser Edition First Run Colored Vinyl / Digital Download Included)
James Horner -- The Classics
Jethro Tull -- 50th Anniversary Collection
Ken Mode -- Loved (First Press / Black Vinyl / Limited to 400 / Noise Rock Legends / Matt’s Pick of the Week)
Madeleine Peyroux -- Anthem
Marc Bolan -- The Street & The Babe Shadow EP Demos
Michael Jackson -- Dangerous (Limited Edition Picture Disc)
Mogwai -- OST to Kin (Limited Edition Red Vinyl / Includes Digital Download)
Morrissey -- This Is Morrissey
Nonpoint -- X (Colored Vinyl)
Obituary -- S/T (Limited Edition One Time Pressing w/ Alternate Artwork & Two Bonus Tracks)
Obituary -- Ten Thousand Ways To Die (Live Album)
Passenger -- Runaway
Paul Simon -- The Rhythm of the Saints
Pet Shop Boys -- Behavior (180g Vinyl / 2018 Remaster)
Pet Shop Boys -- Bilingual (180g Vinyl / 2018 Remaster)
Pet Shop Boys -- Very (180g Vinyl / 2018 Remaster)
Pillar Of Na -- Saintseneca
Prong -- Cleansing (Limited Edition Transparent Red Vinyl)
Rejoicer -- Energy Dreams
Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics -- Call Out My Name b/w Love Less BLind 7” (Cream White VInyl)
Soundgarden -- A-Sides
Stan Getz -- Café Montmatre
Stillbirth -- Annihilation of Mankind
Sufjan Stevens -- The Avalanche (Limited Edition 2xLP “Avalanche White / Hatchback Orange” Colored Vinyl)
Suicidal Tendencies -- Lights, Camera, Revolution (Limited Edition Transparent Green Vinyl)
Sunflower Bean -- I Was A Fool b/w Crisis 7”
$winging Utter$ -- Peace and Love
Szun Waves -- New Hymm To Freedom (2xLP / Vinyl Only Bonus Track + CD Included)
Tash Sultana -- Flow State (2xLP / Lyric / Includes Limited Edition Sticker Pack / Includes Digital Download / first person to buy the new Tash Sultana LP gets a free pair of tickets & signed poster!)
The Band -- Music From Big Pink (50th Anniversary Edition / Newly Remixed & Remastered / First Time on 180g 2xLP / 45rpm)
The Drums -- S/T (Limited Edition Color Vinyl)
Thou -- Magus (Limited Edition Magenta VInyl / Includes Digital Download)
Troye Sivan -- Bloom
Umphrey’s McGee -- Hall of Fame: 2017 (Limited Edition 180g Blue Splatter VInyl / 2xLP / Digital Download Included)
Various Artists -- The Rough Guide To: Hokum Blues (Reborn & Remastered / Limited Edition Vinyl / Digital Download Included)
Watain -- Sworn To The Dark (Crystal Clear 2xLP Vinyl / 45rpm / Limited to 300 Copies)Read more...
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Kaya 40 - Tuff Gong
The Devil Makes Three - Chains Are Broken - New West Records
The Frights - Hypochondriac - Epitaph
Neil & Liam Finn - Lightsleeper - PIAS America
Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - With Animals - PIAS America
Nonpoint - X - Spinefarm
Passenger - Runaway - Nettwerk Records
Aaron Lee Tasjan - Karma For Cheap - New West Records
Troye Sivan - Bloom - Capitol
Alkaline Trio - Is This Thing Cursed? - Epitaph
Saintseneca - Pillar Of Na - Epitaph