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Bash And Pop'
Anything Could HappenWhen The Replacements ended their 33-show reunion tour in June 2015, founding bassist Tommy Stinson walked away with his head held high. Armed with a pocketful of new songs and a clean slate, he holed up in his home studio in Hudson, NY and played solo tour dates with a group of A+ players/friends backing him, including Luther Dickinson, Frank Ferrer, Cat Popper, Steve Selvidge, and Joe "The Kid" Sirois. They had more fun than humans should be allowed to have, and over the next year and a half they pieced together a brand new record. A BAND record.
Never one to hog the spotlight, the only logical thing to do at this point was to reanimate 'Bash & Pop', the band he started immediately following The Replacements first split in 1991. Fat Possum Records quickly signed the band and will be releasing its unknowingly-long-awaited sophomore album, Anything Could Happen.1. Not This Time
2. On the Rocks
3. Anything Could Happen
4. Breathing Room
5. Anybody Else
6. Can't Be Bothered
7. Bad News
8. Never Wanted to Know
9. Anytime Soon
10. Unfuck You
11. Jesus Loves You
12. Shortcut$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Woods"Sleater-Kinney is America's best rock band" - Greil Marcus, Time (2001)
Sleater-Kinney is an acclaimed, American rock band that formed in
Olympia, Washington in 1994. The band's core lineup consists of Corin
Tucker (vocals and guitar), Carrie Brownstein (guitar and vocals), and
Janet Weiss (drums). Sleater-Kinney were known for their feminist,
left-leaning politics, and were an integral part of the riot grrrl and indie
rock scenes in the Pacific Northwest.
The Woods is the seventh and final studio album from Sleater-Kinney,
released on May 24, 2005 by Sub Pop. It was produced by Dave
Fridmann and recorded from November 2004 to December 2004 at
Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, New York.
The Woods reached #80 on the US Billboard Top 200 chart and #2
on the Independent Albums chart. The album appeared at number four
in The Village Voice's "Pazz & Jop" critics' poll for 2005.
"They bash Eighties nostalgia, tell a feminist fairy tale and even quiet
down for a couple sensitive love songs - needed breaks from music so
intense you wonder how they can contain its explosiveness." [100 Best
Albums of the 2000's] - Rolling Stone
"To survive these days, you have to be either suicidal or superficial.
Sleater-Kinney, meanwhile, get by simply sounding fucking supersonic."
[9.0/10] - Stephen Deusner, Pitchfork
The album has been freshly remastered by Greg Calbi for this release.
This reissue coincides with Sub Pop's release of
remastered versions of Sleater-Kinney's six other albums, as well as a
limited-edition, deluxe vinyl box set featuring all seven albums.1. The Fox
3. What's Mine Is Yours
5. Modern Girl
8. Steep Air
9. Let's Call It Love
10. Night Light$19.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
HoneysVinyl LP comes with a digital download code inside the sleeve.
Age and experience have, however, refined Pissed Jeans. Their ideas and execution have become more subtly focused. The songs on Honeys are direct without being obtuse, evocative without being vague, personal without being indulgent. They also rock like nobody's business. Forget all the claptrap you've heard about other bands delivering the goods. If you want bloodthirsty, you've got it At times Honeys is the sound of being bashed over the head with a snow shovel. At times the band slows down and sounds like waking from a nightmare you can't quite remember. The songs are catchy, but in a way that would appeal to mental patients who only understand colors.
Honeys stews on the kind of mundane, niggling things that keep you up late at night. It's an ode to the misery and shackles of being a responsible adult, and the shame of one's own narcissism. Pissed Jeans trucks in menacing songs about insecurity, and nobody has ever done it better.1. Bathroom Laughter
2. Chain Worker
3. Romanticize Me
4. Vain in Costume
5. You're Different (In Person)
6. Cafeteria Food
7. Something About Mrs. Johnson
8. Male Gaze
9. Cat House
11. Health Plan
12. Teenage Adult$15.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
In My DreamsThe Sunday Painters were formed in late 1978 by Peter Raengel and Peter MacKinnon. Their first single, 1979's Alternatives To Perfection, was a garage-DIY take on the Velvets. For their next single, 1980's Painting By Numbers, they recorded a crunching, electro-punk cover of Bowie's "Rebel Rebel" that got modest airplay on Sydney's 2JJJ. Their final 7", 1981's Three Kinds Of Escapism, led with "Let'$ Be Moderne," which combined wistful backing vocals by bassist Kerrie Erwin, a spiky "post-modernist guitar solo," and a steelworker's metallic bashing to create a snappy, industrial pop-punk classic.1. Like A Reptile
2. Venus (bathed in misogyny)
3. Heart Of A Siren
4. Rebel Rebel
6. Let'$ Be Moderne
7. I'm A Car Crash
8. Please Kill Me
9. In My Dreams$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Please Please Me (Awaiting Repress)
Ranked 39/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Sourced From the Original Master Tapes!
Cut at Abbey Road Studios
Pressed on 180 gram vinyl
Once Please Please Me rocketed to number one, The Beatles rushed to deliver a debut album, bashing out Please Please Me in a day. Decades after its release, the album still sounds fresh, precisely because of its intense origins.
Please Please Me hit the top of the UK album charts in May 1963 and remained there for thirty weeks before being replaced by With The Beatles. This was surprising because the UK album charts at the time tended to be dominated by film soundtracks and easy listening vocalists.
In 2012, Please Please Me was voted 39th on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. It was ranked first among The Beatles' early albums, and sixth of all of The Beatles' albums, with Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Revolver, Rubber Soul, The Beatles (The White Album) and Abbey Road ranked higher.
Rolling Stone also placed two songs from the album on its list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: No. 139, I Saw Her Standing There, and No. 184, Please Please Me. According to Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic, Decades after its release, the album still sounds fresh, the covers are impressive and the originals astonishing.
A team consisting of some of the best producers and engineers in the recording industry were brought together and would spend 4 long years mixing and mastering with some of the most state of the art recording equipment. Treating these records much like a science experiment, engineers ran extensive tests before copying the analog master tapes over into a digital format using 24-bit/192 kHz resolution, and carefully removing clicks, vocal pops and poor edits. Never altering the original songs themselves, just polishing them up a bit.1. I Saw Her Standing There
3. Anna (Go To Him)
6. Ask Me Why
7. Please Please Me
8. Love Me Do
9. P.S. I Love You
10. Baby It's You
11. Do You Want To Know A Secret
12. A Taste Of Honey
13. There's A Place
14. Twist And Shout$22.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
landmark (Awaiting Repress)"There's a moment in growing up when it becomes clear that the road you walk is your own to cultivate."
A surprisingly profound sentiment for a band of 21-year olds. Nevertheless, it's a sentiment that animates much of landmark, the debut album from Minneapolis' Hippo Campus.
From the resplendent "Way It Goes," a guitar led gallop about the Instagram-filtered church of cool, to the propulsive "Boyish," a horn-kissed rumination on children of divorce, landmark is shot through with a woozy dissonance between precocious wisdom and old-as-time coming of age stories. The result is a messy, brave, and earnest whole - not to mention, a tectonic shift forward for a young band still discovering itself.
Of course, that should come as no surprise. Hippo Campus - comprised of vocalist/guitarist Jake Luppen, guitarist/vocalist Nathan Stocker, bassist Zach Sutton, and drummer Whistler Allen - have done their fair share of growing up since forming in late 2013. Their pair of 2015 EPs, Bashful Creatures and South, catapulted a freshly-formed band onto sold out tours, radio airwaves, late night TV stages, timelines, feeds, and glowing screens the world over. After a 10-month stretch of work informed by their surprising ascent, Hippo Campus' first full-length showcases not only their trademark ear for ringing melodies and impeccably constructed pop frameworks, but a desire to dig deeper-both into their talent and in their selves-for inspiration.
landmark's recording, helmed by BJ Burton (Bon Iver, Sylvan Esso, etc.), primarily took place at Sonic Ranch, with finishing touches applied at Pachyderm Studios in the band's native Minnesota. The ranch, a residential studio located on a 2300-acre pecan farm near the border between Texas and Mexico, represented a big shift for four young men from the northern Midwest's cooler climes. "You're just in the middle of the desert, and there are these pecan trees for as far as you can see," says Stocker. "It's pretty surreal-kind of like a dream."
Dreams are where the mind's deepest desires manifest, so it's fitting landmark is rife with up-close lyrics that reflect the struggles of crash-landing into an always-on world. "It's our most honest release yet, but it didn't start that way at all," says Luppen. "There are two halves to the record-the first half represents our first stage of writing, where we're showing off our ironic side and criticizing the culture of social media, and the youth culture that we're a huge part of now. It's a world we've been forced to plug into, whether we want to or not, and we talk about our qualms with that world."
Perhaps nowhere on the album are those qualms more evident than on "Western Kids," one of landmark's most upbeat numbers, but also one of its most contemptuous: "I just love this, I swear I'll go viral, from the burbs to the streets now it's a revival," sings Luppen, tongue firmly planted in cheek. "The spirit is found in the idealistically idle, the age of excess."
Meanwhile, "Sun Veins," the distortion-heavy track that opens the record, is a direct response to the expectations heaped upon the band as they grew: "'Sun Veins' represents an intense period in my life when I wanted to burn everything down, and it represents this moment of absolute clarity," says Luppen. "I'm talking about a person, but at the same time I'm talking about myself and us as a band. Throughout the past year, I thought that I had to be different and that the band had to be different, but it turned out that we had to look more inward and find ourselves again."
Indeed, landmark invites introspection and close listening-even its most upbeat songs are rich with details, like the whistling break that lands in the middle of the galloping "Simple Season" or the spangles of guitar that slice through the clamor of "Tuesday." Elsewhere, the second half of landmark is dominated by a somber stretch that includes the lush "Monsoon," which slowly blooms into a quiet freak-out of reverb and synth, a revelation in the context of the band's catalog. "It was a breakthrough-we could use the studio and make something transcendent," says Luppen.
Transcendence doesn't come easy. It's usually the payoff to a long journey. And while Hippo Campus' journey is still being written, with landmark, the band has never seemed more confident in the road they're walking.1. Sun Veins
2. Way It Goes
5. Simple Season
7. Western Kids
13. Buttercup$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Trip Trap Attack"Singer Kimmy Drake has the true voice of a girl-group leading lady, something like a
young, white Ronnie Spector raised on punk" ORLANDO WEEKLY
"[The music] may tip its hat to the past-in particular, '60s girl groups but it's hardly
"We love a fun song about going to the beach. Now there is a whole band about it." FOAM
"Take a listen to our latest Band Crush the nostalgic trio with '60s surfer melodies"
"Nearly four minutes of gorgeous surf and garage rock, complete with tambourine
bashing, sentimental keys, jangly guitar, and rich vocals all about lust and longing. It
captures the sincerity of the '60s, while ringing ever so true today." FILTER MAGAZINE
FOR FANS OF: 60's, garage, pop, Cults, Dum Dum Girls, Black Lips, the Shangri-La's
Trip Trap Attack is the debut album from Hollywood, Florida based trio Beach Day. An
embodiment of their surroundings and love of 60's girl groups, Beach Day sounds as you
might expect. Think of a female fronted Beach Boys, throw in some The Shangri-La's,
The Ventures, The Sonics, Phil Spector, The Ronettes, add in contemporaries Cults,
Jacuzzi Boys, Dum Dum Girls and the Black Lips and you have a soundtrack for your
perfect Beach Day.
The album was recorded in South Florida and mixed by Jim Diamond (the White Stripes, Dirtbombs).1. Walking on the Streets
3. Beach Day
6. Trip Trap Attack
7. Little Weird
8. Come Back To Me
9. Wasting All My Time
10. Am I The Only One
11. We've Gotta Go$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now