This is a very limited edition vinyl pressing, a fitting testament to great hidden treasure of a band. Limited to units, hand numbered, pressed on translucent cloudy clear triple vinyl, re-formatted packaging, 10 year anniversary, includes 8-page booklet with full album lyrics, free digital download card, bonus lp containing 8 additional tracks from b-sides and 4-track demos of previously un-released material.
Transparent Red with an Etched B Side. The songs on the record are:- November The songs, written over the course of a series of autumn and winter trips to the Cape Cod National Seashore, feature guest vocals from Anna Miles, Moog synthesisers, a choir, a string quartet and a weather radio, bought for twenty-five cents at a holiday fair in Brewster, MA.
The Byrds made a few live broadcast in and for US TV shows such as Hullaballoo and Shindig and this is what they sounded like. Hearing is believing! Tambourine Man Dylan. White sleeve in a standard single pocket 10" jacket.
This product comprises of 5 tracks that were recorded acoustically at Abbey Road Studios. The songs are availablein their original form on the studio album 'Bury Me In My Boots' which was released in August The Cadillac Three have been making big waves in the UK over the past few years.
The link to the UK's best known studio, Abbey Road Studios, makes this a special product for the band and desirable for fans. David A. Over time, she experiences a series of small emotional deaths and must choose to continue her surreal journey or engage directly with the demons who torment her. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Jesse Davey, the film is entirely set to music but is nonetheless far from a conventional video promo. The Cars - Live at the Cleveland Agora, Never officially released before on LP.
Includes etching. Professionally re-mastered original sound recording with expansive liners, interviews and rare archival photos. Limited edition 7", DL card, only. The band itself was a two girl output consisting of Francesca Garnett and Lisa Bankoff. Christopher Lee recorded this release at the age of Sir Christopher was well-known for his devotion to fantasy and heavy metal themes, with several album releases and collaborations in the genre to his name.
Single handed, he is trying to change the world, regardless of any personal consequences. Limited 10" vinyl featuring previously unreleased recordings of Ciaran Lavery interpreting 5 original Bonnie Prince Billy songs. Limited edition compilation of tracks culled from across the artist's catalog of 9-plus albums.
The legendary lo-fi band began in the small town of Wivenhoe, southeast England at the turn of s. Essentially the project of Martin Newell, a rock singer and part-time kitchen porter with a love of sunny s pop music, punk rock and musical comedy, he never cared much for any kind of musical rule book and broke new ground with music that garnered a cult following.
Newell created a highly influential sound that continues to inspire to this day. The absolute opposite of a musical perfectionist, the founder Cleaner believed that great pop was to be had by doing things quickly, in slapdash fashion and by 'fumbling around in the dark in search of happy accidents.
Silver vinyl with download code. First time on vinyl for this mini-album of music box recordings, originally released in Brand new artwork by long time collaborator Iker Spozio. Clear vinyl in gatefold sleeve with download code. Colleen's final release for The Leaf Label, released a decade ago.
Unavailable on vinyl for several years, Les Ondes Silencieuses utilises the rare stringed instrument the viola de gamba, acting as the hub to this highly personal, baroque-influenced album, which also features spinet, clarinet and classical guitar.
Gold vinyl with download code. Vinyl reissue of long out of print and sought after second album by Colleen. Comet Fire orange vinyl with download code. Darkness and light. The party to end all parties. The sound of total planetary destruction, produced with laser-guided accuracy and aimed directly at the dancefloor.
Digital release of the four songs will follow. For now, this is the only way to hear it. Death To The Planet! Long live the planet! The astonishing, sparkling live atmosphere with a real party character brings up-tempo fun and good mood! Thanks to the boys at Radio Bremen, who decided 37 years ago to record this historical moment in excellent audio quality.
Commemorationg the 40th anniversary of the original release. Contains a recently rediscovered 'vocal mix', only on this vinyl pressing. Limited unit press includes hand painted detail by Tony McDermott which replicates the original modification by Lee Scratch Perry. Shrink wrapped and stickered. Pink vinyl pink 12" feat remixes of The 17th taken from the Mapping The Rendezvous top 5 albumplus a new acoustic version recorded for Today FM. Red splatter effect vinyl. Limited Gold Vinyl edition exclusively for Record Store Day, contains download card and fold-out poster insert.
Alan McGee was such a big fan of The Creation that he named his record label after the band, and named his own band after one of their songs — Biff Bang Pow. Whilst very popular in Germany, UK success largely eluded the band, and after a number of non-charting singles and line-up changes, the band broke up in without ever having released an album.
The results were issued inwith a very limited release on vinyl. This limited edition reissue is pressed on purple vinyl, and features the original inner sleeve. The Philadelphia groups output for Record Store Day have been some of the most exciting and rewarding releases in recent years. Formed by the improvised journeys of the formidable Bardo Pond and experimental ensemble Kohoutek, these compositions take you on a cosmic voyage through kosmiche, drone, noise, prog and free jazz.
A1 Mescalito pt. First time on vinyl for the Cure's acoustic rendition of their Greatest Hits. This was a limited edition CD which accompanied the Greatest Hits compilation and has never appeared on vinyl let alone a picture disc. First time on vinyl for the compilation. Mastered by Robert Smith and housed in a die-cut gatefold sleeve.
Artwork by the original design team at Stylo Rouge and features out-takes from the original photo shoot for the front cover. Features 4 Top 10 hit singles plus 4 Top 20s. Released on 'Dagger Records' - The official bootleg label. Fully restored by Eddie Kramer.
LP packaged in a gatefold comic book. The first weapon drawn in a conflict is language, but the first weapon drawn for Czarface is the music. Fresh off of their collaboration with Marvel Comics, Czarface has not only delivered a new audio adventure complete with narration, it has given us an extra large, full color, action-packed 24 page comic book with it, housed in a beautiful gatefold jacket!
In the spirit of the highly sought after Power Records series from the 70's, you can read along with the comic and hear the story come to life on vinyl. All new. Entirely unreleased in any format. At the age of just 26 Danny Worsnop has already accomplished more than most can only dream of.
Not about to rest on his laurels, Danny is now taking on the Country Rock world with his highly anticipated debut solo album on Earache Records. This RSD exclusive 7" contains 2 previously unheard tracks. Twenty years after their debut album, five of the finest female vocalists and songwriters - Christine Collister, Melanie Harrold, Julie Matthews, Helen Watson and Chris While - have reunited to record a second album.
The vinyl edition is a RSD exclusive release. Peaceville are releasing this special picture disc edition of 'Arctic Thunder' for Record Store Day, which includes a variation on the original cover design and alternate band photography on the sleeve.
Heavyweight g vinyl. Timing in anticipation of new Dave Clarke studio album coming in the fall, Under Embargo. A previously unreleased live recording from Los Angeles on 5th September,this was a pivotal gig in the transition between the Diamond Dogs tour and the Philly Dogs tour. Japan but this is the first time the album has been made commercially available on vinyl. Originally released in and has never been released since the original. This album originally charted in multiple territories in the Top 20 position.
Cut at 45RPM for 12". Recorded in '78 as a follow up to "Pacific Ocean Blue". Unreleased until Double, gatefold, coloured Vinyl with new liner notes by Ken Sharp. Double g splatter with two seperate colour schemes vinyl gatefold — 12"This is a special edition vinyl to celebrate the album turning 10 years old.
This is the first time the record has ever been pressed on vinyl and the band will be touring the UK around the release, playing this classic album in full. Released inthe Diana album was Diana Ross' biggest selling album. However, on delivery to Motown the original tapes were deemed too 'far out' by Ross and her usual engineering team, and a remix was given to make the record more commercial. The mix was finally released as part of a CD deluxe edition inand now, for the first time, it's getting released on vinyl.
Photo: Saverio Truglia. All kinds of crossover this month as ancient to contemporary music blurs together and crosses boundaries, and the apparent lines between classical and pop disintegrate. Go hear it! Fifth House Ensemble and Baladino: Nedudim Fifth House's season blazes ahead with Nedudima collaborative program with Israeli folk band Baladino that explores Middle Eastern, European, and American cultures through ancient and contemporary sounds. The program includes updated arrangements of Ladino and Israeli folk melodies, as well as contemporary pieces by Americans Robert Beaser and Dan Visconti that feature Baladino soloists.
In their mission and approach to music, both ensembles emphasize creativity through collaboration, and Nedudim illustrates the fluid and shared nature of music through diasporic cultures. You won't hear anything else like this concert on the calendar the rest of the year. Friday, April 17, 7pm. Instituto Cervantes, 31 W. Ohio St. Monday, April 20, 7pm.
Mayne Stage, W. Morse Ave. Lots of big works downtown this month. But do you also know about New Music Chicago? Check 'em out for up-to-date listings of all things in the contemporary music scene. Hubbard Street's Spring Series. Hubbard Street Dance's Spring Series brings years of music together in another round of solid and intriguing programming.
MarchHarris Theater, E. Randolph, Chicago. Leave a seat open for Andrew. Through the poem and music runs the theme of conflict, impending upheaval, and change.
In its ever-deepening cross-media exploration, Fifth House expands Schoenberg's music and Dehmel's stark and beautiful language and adds experimental visuals by Chicago animator Buki Bodunrin.
The program includes music by Kevin Puts and Guillaume Connesson. Tuesday, February 17, 7pm. In memory of my friend, colleague, and arts publicist extraordinaire, Eric Eatherly. He was one of the good ones. Maksin's never-ending ability to find new realms for the cello has taken his music from his native St. Petersburg, Russia, to American jazz, and he has an uncanny ability to shift styles.
Maksin and Ivanovic will perform music of Bach, Bartok, Piazzolla, and original works in what promises to be a lively show. Sunday, January 11, 7pm. City Winery, W.
Bluebeard's Castle at Thalia Hall If you see only one psychologically bizarre, and fantastically LP opera this month, make it Bartok's Bluebeard's Castle. The one-act opera opens as Bluebeard and his new wife, Judith, arrive at the castle following their elopement.
Faced with seven doors, Judith discovers her new husband's dark, horrific past. This visually-arresting opera features acclaimed soloists Andrea Silvestrelli bass and Kara Shay Thomson soprano in Bartok's gripping score.
Francesco Milioto conducts the New Millennium Orchestra. Thursday, December 4, pm. Thalia Hall, S. Fifth House Ensemble's Favorite Things 5HE's holiday party is as close as I'll get to recommending a holiday-themed concert, mostly because some of their favorite things include Shostakovich, Miguel del Aguila, and Marc Mellits.
Enjoy cookies and booze and the potential for an audience kazoo-along. Proceeds benefit 5HE's music programs in Chicago schools. Saturday, December 6, 7pm. Constellation, N. Western Ave. In honor of Movember, here is British composer Edward Elgar :. Fonema Consort With its home in Chicago, Fonema Consort has built an international fan base as it builds a reputation in the new music world for adventurous programming.
The artists that make up Fonema are constantly thrown from traditional styles of playing, forcing them to add rhythmically and physically complex vocalizations into their playing. And they're really good at it, as you'll see during their appearance as part of the Latino Music Festival. Thursday, Nov. University of Chicago, Fulton Hall, S. Ellis, Chicago. Free admission. Do yourself a favor and check out their latest Sampler Pack concert to get a distillation of their entire outlook on music.
The ever-evolving quartet will welcome violinist Clara Lyon to the group, in place of the departing Aurelien Pederzoli. There will also be alcohol. Saturday, October 25, 8pm. The festival explores the personal Johnny Hit And Run Pauline - Giant Sand - Cover Magazine (Vinyl musical relationships between Robert and Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms with a lineup of some of the nation's best voices. Tickets and venue info available at www.
September Before the main classical season kicks into gear in the next month or two, take advantage of these local artists and ensembles playing throughout the city. The trio — whose recent performance at Constellation was nothing short of magnetic and intense — plugs in and performs the E-flat major Divertimento. You don't need to be Einstein to enjoy Mozart, but Einstein himself really loved Mozart.
Of this particular Divertimento, he wrote, "Every note is significant, every note is a contribution to spiritual and sensuous fulfillment in sound Friday, August 8, noon.
It's not enough to just say you're going to three days of music in Grant Park, you really have to plan your attack. After years of Lollapalooza experience, here are our fresh takes on how to best rock the fest.
Where does a year go? It seems that we were just getting over sunburns and rubbing the baseball diamond dust from our eyes as we stumbled to work on a misty Monday morn in late July. But no, it has come around again: the last days before the Pitchfork Music Festival.
Thankfully, it seems that Mother Nature got all the rain out of her system last weekend, and we're settling in for a lovely few days in Chicago. Come on and see what we're most excited to hear with our staff's picks for Pitchfork sets you won't want to miss. Memories of Pitchfork photo by Joshua Mellin. All of a sudden it's the middle of summer and the weather is consistently warm. Head outside with a picnic and plenty of wine and listen to some big ol' classics.
The "New World Symphony" — written in while the composer was living in the U. The extended English horn solo is worth the price alone. Stravinsky's Suite from The Firebird rounds out a program of large-scale symphonic music. Krzysztof Urbanski conducts. Thursday, July 10, 8pm. To the woman sitting behind me at the symphony who said, "No offense, but you're tall" - I'll try to be shorter next time.
If you're sitting behind me at any of these concerts, I apologize in advance. Sunday, June 1, pm. Adventures in new music this month. Three hometown ensembles present three vastly different approaches; go hear something unfamiliar and exotic!
In Four Meditations for OrchestraPauline Oliveros focuses on heightened awareness of sound and silence as the musicians of the orchestra improvise without a conductor.
Olivia Block's Voyager Golden Record explores the world of sound design — white noise, indecipherable voices, and tape loops. Marita Bolles incorporates varying and overlapping tempos in In Due Time from individual pulses to expanded rhythms. Saturday, May 10, 8pm. James Cathedral, 65 E. Love fugues? Dig counterpoint? Get your fix this month as the music of J.
Bach fills the city. Plus, don't miss a Chicago debut and all five Beethoven cello sonatas. Chicago Bach Project: St. Matthew Passio n, one of the most loved and stirring sacred works ever written.
It will be one big night of Bach. Friday, April 11, p. Harris Theater, E. Big names and big works come to town this month in formats small and large.
From Bach and Beethoven to Bruckner, hear music that celebrates every bit of life. Murray Perahia A towering figure among concert pianists of the last 40 years, Murray Johnny Hit And Run Pauline - Giant Sand - Cover Magazine (Vinyl has performed on every major stage and with every major orchestra in the world. The program includes Bach's French Suite No. Sunday, March 2, pm. We at Gapers Block try to cover the SXSW Music Festival in Austin as if it were a local festival -- because every March, Chicago sends dozens of acts and hundreds of fans down to Texas, making sure our city's music scene stays well represented.
This year's festival runs Marchand will feature a broad swath of Chicago acts both young and old. This month's column is dedicated to the memory of Deborah Sobola pioneering champion of the arts who believed that music is as essential to living as air and water. Her vision was limitless, her energy infectious.
She was a friend, colleague, mentor, teacher, and advocate for countless musicians, students, and arts professionals around the city. Debbie changed the classical music experience in Chicago and her legacy will be heard for years to come.
No doubt she now has a front row seat watching Brahms and Schubert perform piano music for four hands. In Debbie's memory, here are some of her favorite ensembles appearing in Chicago this month. Peoria St. While many record label companies struggle to fight against their listeners who try to get music for free, a new Chicago-based company has decided to stop fighting against the current.
Maek is the world's first free music record labeland there's no catch. Sizer originally studied to work as an architect, but decided to tailor his background in graphics and art development to music. Sizer spoke with a mentor about his idea for a free music record label back in when the company was first founded, and people thought he was crazy. The company continued making progress and was officially established in September Schola Antiqua of Chicago In this sacred season of high-stakes football, one will surely hear every quarterback and wide receiver thank his divine maker for bringing victory at the expense of the faithless opponent.
But back in the 13th Century, B. Hear Chicago's acclaimed early music vocalists perform songs from Medieval England that celebrate the martyred Becket. Schola Antiqua's concerts are always historically informed by its expert director, Michael Alan Anderson, and the singing is a musically fulfilling experience. Miley Cyrus performs at intermission. Friday, January 10, p. Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, S. Woodlawn, Chicago. Saturday, January 11, 8pm. Clement Church, W. Deming Place.
Thomas Becket getting tackled. And bars with fireplaces. And brass. Lots of brass. Dame Myra Hess Concert Series If you find yourself hankering for brass music this time of year, get a taste of something beyond traditional.
The adventurous Gaudete Brass Quintet explores the breadth of brass repertoire in a program that alternates between contemporary and Renaissance composers, including Jonathan Newman's Chicago-inspired "Prayers of Steel. Follow that with the lush Brahms Piano Trio No. Wednesday, Dec.
Before you overdo it at Thanksgiving you know you willfill up on these small-format concerts. Hear familiar and new music while getting right up close to some of Chicago's finest ensembles.
Then pass the pie. I'm on Twitter now, kids. Somehow, the world didn't end. If you're like me, you could hear a month's worth of music during the nine-day Beethoven Festival and still want more. Fortunately, you can. It's gonna be a great month. Inthe Hideout originally opened as just a dive bar, in an isolated location where those in the know knew precisely where to find it.
Decades later, infounders Tim and Katie Tuten and Mike and James Hinchsliff transformed the burgeoning establishment into a dynamic hub for artistic creativity and innovation that will hopefully span many years to come. Often featuring fledgling local artists looking to get their start from its founding and packed-to-the-brim crowds, it's the place where creative relationships form, Chicago musicians band together, and creativity flourishes. It's the venue where bartenders often end their shifts only to get up onstage themselves.
It not only features concerts, but film screenings, trivia nights, community events built around free bowls of soup and eccentric outlets for creative expression. If you haven't been to The Hideout yet or its annual Block Party, it's hard for those of us who are veteran attendees to explain just one thing that makes it so special: because honestly, it is everything. It's the emphasis on local musicianship and paying homage to a city so wonderful.
It's listening to a new band that you haven't heard yet, only to fall in love with each song that they play. It's seeing Andrew Bird return to his city and play an unbelievable set. It's watching Mavis Staples sit in a throne designed especially for her arrival. It's listening to Wilco play a hometown show under the stars. Read on, and hopefully we will be seeing you out in the crowd soon. As the big festivals continue to roll through town, some wonderfully intimate performances take place this month.
Three recitals highlight overshadowed instruments and their diverse repertoire. Another long weekend in Union Park is upon us, and excitement bubbles over an eclectic Pitchfork Music Festival lineup which includes legends as well as up-and-comers. Whether you're planning to chill out under the trees or dance on the grass, the three days' planned entertainment has a little something for everyone.
Our eager Transmission staff have chosen acts to highlight which will lead us to head down Ashland this weekend. And there's more than just music to entertain you this weekend.
Some of Chicago's longest running concert series are also the least expensive. Save your money this month and check out these free concerts in some architecturally and acoustically beautiful spaces. I love a grand concert hall — and Chicago has some good ones — but this month, the classical scene offers some alternative ways to experience the music from a different perspective: Tchaikovsky under the stars, intimate chamber music in the early evening, and contemporary music across from the City of Chicago Fleet Management Facility.
Even if the weather never warms up, it will be a great summer. As Argentina has found itself in the news recentlyit's a fitting coincidence that several programs this month celebrate the country's significant contributions to music while reflecting on a complicated and painful history. Sure, I love the big symphonies, but in no other form can you see the music work than in chamber playing. Designed for intimate spaces and played among friends, chamber music began in a user-friendly format.
After years of chamber music writing, the best way to experience a performance is up close. Three concerts this month show off the variety of chamber forms and the limitless possibilities of the music.
So get a seat down front. Edgar Allen Poe lived — and died — in Baltimore. The Baltimore Ravens are named after Poe's famous poem. My prediction: it will scare the bejesus out of you, but there won't be any confetti. There's a good range of local artists heading down this year, representing everything from hip hop to folk to retro soul. We've also rounded up acts from neighboring states, to give an idea of the attention given to the broader region.
Special Thanks to Eamon Daly for technical assistance putting together this list. The range of concerts this month guarantees that you will start by 1 hearing something you've never heard before, or 2 experiencing an old favorite performed with new energy — likely on the same program. See them all, or close your eyes and pick one.
You won't go wrong. The year's almost over, and some of the Transmission staff have taken a moment to reminisce about their favorite or at the very least, memorable moments in Chicago music over With the cold and dreary weather upon us, we're warming our hearts with thoughts of the ways that music in Chicago can inspire and excite us, and we're definitely looking forward to what will bring. Recently, I forayed into Chicago's musical wilderness in search of some of the more gripping record stores this city has to offer.
It took some sifting; I wasn't accepting any vintage-bookstores-that-also-sell-Bonnie Raitt-records, nor on the opposite end of the spectrum, hitting up all the Reckless locations and calling it a day.
I aimed for somewhere in-between, hoping to simply unearth some fine, browsable shops. I think the record stores that offer the best selections are ones that devoted vinyl shoppers probably already frequent but that are still relatively unknown to the masses. In search of this ideal record shop, I headed out to three stores — Logan Hardware, saki, and Dusty Groove — that I knew from previous experience have stocked shelves, fewer crowds, and consequently are easy to get lost in for hours.
I traveled first to Logan Hardware W. Fullerton Ave. Logan Hardware's retro vibe is evident even from across the street. The inside is a little unkempt, but very charming, akin to the neighborhood kid who always had dirt on his cheeks but a smile on his face. The unkemptness does not apply to the organization of the upper-echelons of its selections though. Sure, the bargain albums are shoved beneath the prettier records in a cramped, un-labeled heap, not visible to the level eye, but isn't this how it usually is?
What's more important is that Logan Hardware was the only store of the three I visited that actually labeled their albums by artists. This is likely because they were also the only store I visited that had enough albums of a certain artist that warranted doing so. Take a breather from all the running around this month and check out some unusual performances.
Tickets are affordable, so you still have enough cash to drop in the Apple store. Happy Whatever! Since its founding inThe Chicago Independent Radio Project or CHIRP has offered a locally-curated and volunteer-based radio alternative to the otherwise mostly commercial stations that play music over the city's radio waves.
But don't try looking for it on your car radio. Current regulations under the Federal Communications Commission have prevented CHIRP from obtaining an official broadcast license, so the "station" has instead relied on Internet streaming as a way to bring independent-minded music and arts content to Chicago listeners.
So it's no minor announcement when an entirely Internet-based radio station unveils a complete reworking of its website. Tonight, CHIRP celebrates the official launch of its new and improved website with a party at Lincoln Hall featuring live music from four of the station's favorite local bands. But most importantly, the site features a brand new user-friendly interface geared towards maintaining an online community around CHIRP's programming.
I spoke with CHIRP founder and general manager Shawn Campbell about the need for this new website, as well as some more potentially big news on the horizon for the web-only radio station. Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful. Not only for good friends and family, but also for live music. Every year this delectable holiday provides a long, wonderful weekend filled with fun.
The festivities begin on Black Wednesdaythe biggest party night of the year. Since many people return to their hometowns for the holiday, it is a common time of reunion that is apparently best celebrated with binge drinking.
On Thanksgiving Day you can sleep off your hangover and then later refuel with a massive turkey dinner. Whether you choose to continue the party after grandma and grandpa go home is entirely up to you. Many people choose to get a good night's rest so they can wake up at the crack of dawn for some notoriously American shopping on Black Friday, but this year you might want to consider spending your money on memories instead of material objects.
There are plenty of deals at local bars and venues that will help you do so. Plenty of great music this month, but my favorites happen within a five-day span. Just like Thanksgiving, there is something for everyone — you can even bring booze. The CSO musicians' strike is over, the Cubs lost games, and this column celebrates its 1-year anniversary — how to celebrate?
Go hear some music. Around 11pm last Saturday night, it started to rain on the line of people waiting to get in to the Empty Bottlethe dive already jumping inside with an at-capacity crowd. I was out there attempting to conduct some interviews about the city's soul music scene when the weather arrived.
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Spice Route 7. A Flaw In The Iris 2. Let's Never Leave Here 3. Mercier 4. Eye Bath 5. The Hum 6. Nothing Is Real 7. Vespertine 8. Wallpaper Pattern. LAX 2. No Shade In Shadow 3. Halfway Home 4.
Fox Point 5. Lethe 6. Loudmouth 7. Gin 8. Tulum 9. Breathe In Lady Godiva. It's So Easy 3. Closer 5. Fall Off 6. I Sure Want To 7. Things To Keep Up With 8. Your Head Your Mind 9. Why It Works Out Fine The Mornings Album) Me Loose Seems So Hard An Die Musik 2. Verschwiehene Liebe 4. Die Schwestern 5. Wehmut 6. Auf Einer Burg 7. The Future Is Ours 2. The Face 3. Why Not? Amazing 5.
Demons Of Doom 6. A Word To The Wise 7. Bring On The Night 8. Zombie Island Massacre 9. Better Days Spaceship To Mars Why'd They Do It? Magic Milla M. Beautiful Sister 3. Barking Or False Point Blues 6. Forgiven 7. It's Not Like You The May Queen 2. The New World… 3.
Dance With You Tonight 5. Carving Up The World Again 6. A Way With Words 7. Carry Fire 8. Bones Of Saints 9. Keep It Hid Bluebirds Over The Mountain Heaven Sent. Various Artists Heavenly Remixes 2. Various Artists Heavenly Remixes 1. Connan Mockasin Jassbusters Two. Fionn Regan Acres Of Sycamore. Nurse With Wound Surveillance Lounge. David Bowie Brilliant Adventure Peakes Peripheral Figures. Beachwood Sparks Sandbox Sessions.
Elvis Presley Christmas Album. Emmanuel Abdul-Rahim Harlem. North Americans Going Steady. This is a creative, generation-spanning, union brought together to score this unique cult film. Release date: Expected 12 Nov ' Tunes which focus a little unhealthily on dead authors, dead actors, elephants, tigers, chickens and Mark E Smith. Release date: Expected 5 Nov ' Newly signed to Fire Records, this debut is an unravelling of time and distance; a breath taking journey from mainland Europe to the Far East and back again, delivered as an eerie, soundtrack by a captivating vocalist.
A self-produced gem; filled with lush strings and electronic ambience and an eclectic vocal that transcends boundaries. Triple Black Vinyl, A career-spanning gem from the ultimate heavy rock power trio book-ending days and plus live shows.
Limited hand numbered Release date: Expected 22 Oct ' The album hits you immediately as one of the greatest dissident records ever made. Lovingly remastered, this expanded edition includes 'Wrong Sides', an additional albums worth of b-sides and unreleased tracks, including the band's very first single 'Car' and their last recorded song, 'Cimarron', featuring this core line-up.
These gems showcase the rawness and incredible growth of a band completely in command of their songwriting and at the same time paying homage to some of their punk roots with beautiful renditions of Swell Maps 'Loin Of The Surf' and X's 'Adult Books'.
Also Includes new artwork with unearthed photos and fresh liner notes by the band. Dissident from traditional rock this is a band playing music that thematically and structurally seems to pull from Album) Europa, from Eastern folk and modernist classical music as much as US and UK rock. LP Black Vinyl, Gatefold Release date: Expected 15 Oct ' Vanishing Twin is a conundrum in these fragmenting times; familiar, yet different; appealing to this world, but from another, parallel one.
DL card with Bonus live This special reissue features the iconic artwork with sleeve notes and an interview with the original Marvel artist Neal Adams. Also includes a bonus download of an unreleased live recording from their final live show in Pocono, USA.
She skilfully brings joy from pain which is perfectly illustrated on this new EP. First Angel Olsen and now the folk stylings of Brigid Mae Power with her wonderful collection of folky covers of classics. It's Powers' voice that really tie together the songs here, filled with unrivalled emotion and brittle folky charm. Love Record Stores Edition available instore from 10am on Saturday September 4th, any remaining copies will be available on online from 9pm on the same day.
Limited to one per person. We shook off our usual song structures in favour of something repetitive, slow and heavy; life flows in endless song. A brand new compilation from Fire Records, expertly compiled by Jane Weaver.
Light blue coloured Includes MP3 Download Code. This edition is newly remixed by David Thomas in and reissued on Fire Records. This is much more than just music. Pere Ubu St. Arkansas - Reissue Fire Records.
Pere Ubu are the mainstream. It's difficult to think of a more important band. The North American Colorado based singer-songwriter has lent her warbling mezzo-soprano and interpretive wit to nearly two decades of self-produced recordings. Limited edition, red Single sleeve, download card included. Soul Jazz Records are releasing Studio One Ska Fire Box Set, a limited-edition one-off pressing exclusive for Record Store Daycollectors seven-inch box set featuring 10 amazing and super-rare Studio One ska tracks on five 7" singles, all produced here in deluxe hard form box each single with separate inner sleeves.
Rare and classic original ska tracks from Jamaica's no. All tracks have been digitally remastered and the singles come housed in a thick, heavyweight card box. This box set is a one-off pressing exclusively for Record Store Day. People wrestling with post-war isolation, changing attitudes to women and sexual repression alongside their struggle to establish equality and autonomy of their own lives.
I wanted the words to be about being devoted to something, like family, a person or religion and all the things that come with that kind of devotion. This is my attempt at trying to recreate the feeling of total surrender to drama, of something totally sensual. It's essentially widescreen ambient music but with a focus on the walls of echo and reverb-effected synths more akin to shoegaze.
Slowly building into crescentic waves of layered tones, brilliantly warm but undeniably massive. Repress of Repress of the sold out RSD pressing. Classic solo album from Giant Sand's main man Howe Gelb circare-issued with new liner notes and remastered on cream vinyl.
A truly intoxicating set of songs buoyed by Howe Gelb's prosaic prose and effortless use of the mind-bending one-liner. Fist time on vinyl. All-enveloping superbly alternative third take on 's Charmed Life album featuring previously unissued versions and a half dozen previously unreleased songs. Includes brand new liner notes and an interview with Jad and David Fair. Super rare self-released recordings fromfrom the Philadelphia psych rockers; a must-have insight into their long, strange trips.
Collated from a limited run original CDr, remastered and double-dosed for maximum sound. A viral jam session remastered onto vinyl for the very first time. Immerse yourself in the gloopily transcendental pleasures of the world's finest purveyors of psych-rock magnificence. A deconstructed masterclass that concludes with the mystical rampage of Into Something Else, a ten-minute slice of sludge blues at its gnarliest. Bardo Pond are no ordinary band. Last released on vinyl in An essential pressing for all fans of the the celebrated post-punk innovators.
An essential vinyl release of the Throwing Muses mainstays s CD and essay book that featured stories from her life's most perception-altering junctures NPR. As memoirs, her albums are so intensely personal This music reminds you how alone you are; it consoles you through its insolubility, comforts you by jabbing you in the chest and letting you know how complex the struggle is, how inaccessible we are to each other but just how universal our pain can be.
This sonically rich and fragmented record references to Hersh's past material and sees her perform on guitar, bass, drums, piano, horns and cello. A second super rare volume of trippy meandering from the Philadelphia psych rockers; a must-have insight into their long, strange trips from A viral jam session remastered for the very first time on cream vinyl.
First time on vinyl. Download includes seven tracks from the intimate and exclusive - and hungover - Kim's Underground Show in New York including a brooding Part Time Punks. Remastered from the original tapes with extensive sleeve notes and input from Jowe and Jeff. The fourth instalment in a series of compilations for the band, lovingly put together by Fire Records. Marina Allen Candlepower Fire Records. Marina Allen glides on angelic highs, surfing the husky deep; she is one of the great new voices of her generation.
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