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  • Beneath Medicine Tree Beneath Medicine Tree Quick View

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    Beneath Medicine Tree

    180-Gram Clear With White Smoke Vinyl


    Limited To 1500 Copies


    Mastered For Vinyl From 24 Bit Sources And Lacquers Created By Stan Ricker


    Matte With Spot UV Gatefold Jacket


    8-Page Booklet With Vellum Overlay


    Beneath Medicine Tree is the first full-length album from Copeland. Beneath Medicine Tree features a heavy medical theme. Aaron Marsh admits that the lyrics in this album were inspired by the hospitalization of his girlfriend and the death of his grandmother.

    Marsh cites that, With Beneath Medicine Tree, I wanted to make a record that moves people, while with In Motion, I wanted to make a record that makes people move.

    LP1
    1. Brightest
    2. Testing The Strong Ones
    3. Priceless (For Eleanor)
    4. Take Care
    5. When Paula Sparks


    LP2
    1. California
    2. She Changes Your Mind
    3. There Cannot Be A Close Second
    4. Coffee
    5. Walking Downtown
    6. When Finally Set Free

    Copeland
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Buy Now
  • Mr. Impossible Mr. Impossible Quick View

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    Mr. Impossible

    For over fifteen years, the highly influential Black Dice have continuously reinvented and mutated punk music into new sonic stews. The New York based trio of Eric Copeland, Bjorn Copeland, and Aaron Warren have released scores of albums, eps, and singles on iconic labels (Gravity, 31g,Troubleman, dfa, Paw Tracks), that document their musical travels, from raw brutal thrash to inside-out pop anthems from way out. Mr. Impossible, is the band's sixth full length; it's the soundtrack to a substance-fueled teen basement show on Mars.
    1. Pinball Wizard
    2. Rodriguez
    3. The Jacker
    4. Pigs
    5. Spy Vs Spy
    6. Outer Body Shifter
    7. Shithouse Drifter
    8. Carnitas
    9. Brunswick Sludge
    Black Dice
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  • Repo Repo Quick View

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    Repo

    Repo is the fifth album by Black Dice. The Brooklyn, NY-based trio has never worked harder at crafting a set of concise, sonically battering, or flat-out bizarre tunes than on this collection of fringe-surfing tone bombs. Yet a new roadhouse blues-band philosophy has simultaneously emerged, allowing the group to loosen up and toss off a record packed with blurry hooks and zoomed-in riffs as casually as a grizzled denizen of roadside dives might spew out aural alchemy in-between a few brews.


    Brothers Eric and Bjorn Copeland and Aaron Warren have spent the better part of 10 years in daily contact, touring the world over, and sculpting their saw-toothed sound balloons under circumstances most reasonable people would wretch at. Their communal consciousness is as packed with garbage as much as it is concerned with making catchy tunes, and often the songs pouring out of it contain equal parts bombastic infectious rhythm and chaotic detritus.


    Repo is the sound of a disciplined group of cosmic jokers setting out to reclaim the landscape popular culture would have us believe we cannot afford. The record irreverently mulches the sounds and images of radio, TV and internet into a fertile compost pile squirming with new, raw life. This Double Vinyl edition of Repo also features a 20 page booklet with exclusive art by the band.

    1. Night Creme
    2. Glazin
    3. Earnings Plus Interest
    4. Whirligig
    5. La Cucaracha
    6. Idiots Pasture
    7. Lazy TV
    8. Buddy
    9. Ten Inches
    10. Chicken Shit
    11. Vegetable
    12. Urban Supermist
    13. Ultra Vomit Craze
    14. Gag Shack
    Black Dice
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    Clouded

    Epitaph is pleased to welcome This Wild Life to the roster. This Wild Life will release their debut album Clouded in 2014.


    Hailing from Long Beach, CA, This Wild Life is duo Kevin Jordan and Anthony Del Grosso. Jordan and Del Gross grew up in the tightknit DIY punk scene in Long Beach. They quickly became friends after working at the same musical instrument store, bonding over music of their teens. The conversations were about hardcore, punk and scream bands such as Thursday, The Used, and Senses Fail. Soon enough, they started their own pop-punk band and made music together as This Wild Life. They played fast, they played loud and they didn't stand out from the crowd until they did the least "punk" thing possible. It was also bolder than anything in the punk rock rulebook: they got quiet and played acoustically.


    The music itself connected with fans, even as it surprised them. They take pride in making music based in hardcore and punk rock, but with wider appeal. In contrast to the harsh music that This Wild Life grew up on, Jordan finds inspiration for his vocals outside the hardcore punk world. "Sara Bareilles is one of my favorites. Maybe people wouldn't expect that. Or maybe they would," he laughs.


    A big part of who they are as a band is to remain true to their DIY punk ethic. After shows are played, tweets responded to and comments acknowledged online. The band put in the work to gain the support of their fan base. Now, This Wild Life has an army of 80K YouTube subscribers with videos of over 2.75 million views.


    Clouded is their debut full-length and was recorded with Aaron Marsh of Copeland. Clouded maintains the core attributes of their sound - Jordan's vulnerable, expressive lyrics, DelGrosso's nimble fingerpicking - while pushing themselves towards more ambitious sounds. "We tried out a string section, pianos, different kinds of guitars, we didn't want to limit ourselves," Jordan notes.


    Clouded is the triumphant result of years marked by small triumphs, big struggles and countless floor shows, bringing This Wild Life's heartfelt, melodic and acoustic punk-rock to a bigger audience they've earned.

    1. Concrete
    2. Over It
    3. No More Bad Days
    4. History
    5. Roots And Branches (meant To Be Alone)
    6. Bound To Break
    7. Better With You
    8. Looking Back
    9. Don't Say
    10. 405
    This Wild Life
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