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    "It's the kind of fast-paced indie pop that exudes absolute confidence while delivering a
    catchy chorus" - Indie Shuffle


    "This indie pop foursome may produce the catchiest sounds of the entire festival" - KCRW


    "They have a happy-go-lucky vibe that has hints of a twangier Vampire Weekend mashed
    up with an electro-heavy Phoenix" - NYLON


    "The Nashville quartet [has] honed an upbeat sound that's part pop, part rock and 100%
    feel-good" - Idolator


    COIN is Chase Lawrence (lead vocals), Joe Memmel (guitar/backup vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums) and Zach Dyke (bass). Formed in Nashville after meeting at Belmont University, this is Coin's self titled debut album.

    1. Atlas
    2. Fingers Crossed
    3. Time Machine
    4. I Would
    5. Run
    6. Holy Ghost
    7. Better
    8. Speaking Voice
    9. It's A Trap
    10. Lately
    Coin
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    How Will You Know If You Never Try

    Nashville based quartet COIN presents their sophomore album How Will You Know If You Never Try. This exciting new album is produced by Tim Pagnotta (Walk The Moon, St. Lucia) and Andrew Maury (The Kooks, Lewis Del Mar). The album features COIN's catchy single I Don't Wanna Dance, the Alternative Radio hit Talk Too Much, a stripped-down ballad Malibu 1992 and their newly released single Feeling. The album has 11 sequenced tracks, and one hidden bonus track(between tracks 2 and 3 side-B).


    COIN is comprised of Chase Lawrence (vocals/keys), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums) and Zach Dyke (bass). The band recorded their self-titled debut album in Nashville with Grammy nominated producer Jay Joyce (Cage the Elephant, Sleeper Agent). COIN has toured with acts such as The 1975, Bad Suns, Walk The Moon, and Neon Trees. The band was also included in a feature in TIME's 21 Musicians We Want to Hear From in 2017.

    1. Don't Cry, 2020
    2. Boyfriend
    3. Talk Too Much
    4. I Don't Wanna Dance
    5. Hannah
    6. Are We Alone?
    7. Heart Eyes
    8. Lately II
    9. Feeling
    10. Miranda Beach
    11. Malibu 1992
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  • Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee Quick View

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    Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee

    "Roberts is carving out her own aesthetic space, startling in its originality and gripping in its historic and social power." - Peter Margasak


    "Primarily interrogating her own sense of identity as an African American woman, Roberts calls upon numerous other voices - from her family's history, her culture's mythology - to create living artifacts of collective cultural memory: simultaneously disorienting and exhilarating in their chaotic multiplicity." - The Quietus


    "Roberts is a major talent." - The Wire


    Matana Roberts is one of the most acclaimed, socio-politically conscious and aesthetically intrepid composers, band leaders, horn players and experimental sound practitioners of the past decade. Her multi-chapter Coin Coin work, which Constellation began documenting in 2011, has placed her at the forefront of stylistic
    innovation and radicalization, transcending jazz - or any other genre boundaries - while confirming the deep substance and soul that guides her compositional agenda. Following the critical accolades that the first two Coin Coin chapters have thus far received, the past year has been marked by further career-defining
    recognition for her body of iconoclastic work: Roberts was a recipient of both the Herb Alpert Award in the Arts and the Doris Duke Impact Award in 2014.


    Roberts has long employed the phrase "panoramic sound quilting" to describe the
    process surrounding her Coin Coin work. The third chapter in her Coin Coin series
    finds Roberts implementing this metaphor most explicitly, constructing a sound art
    tapestry from field recordings, loop and effects pedals, and spoken word recitations,
    alongside her saxophone and singing voices. Coin Coin Chapter Three: river run thee
    could arguably be considered first and foremost a vocal work, and notwithstanding
    its experimental and esoteric structure, a deeply narrative work as well. Not unlike
    2013's Coin Coin Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile, the new chapter unfolds as an
    uninterrupted album-length flow, this time in what Roberts calls "a fever dream" of
    sonic material, woven in surrealist fashion. Fragments of traditional song act as the
    main touchstones on the album, with Roberts' singing voice riding atop waves of
    radiophonic texture, layered spoken word and an often dislocated, wandering horn


    Working once again with engineer Radwan Ghazi Moumneh, and returning again to
    Montreal's Hotel2Tango studio (the location for her Chapter One recording in 2010),
    Roberts ran the river run thee tape back multiple times, adding new layers in real
    time, from start to finish (as opposed to calculated, isolated overdubs). The result is
    a visceral audio document that combines structure and improvisation in the fullest
    sense: not just in the playing and performing, but in the very marrow of the work's
    compositional DNA. It is also, for the first time in the Coin Coin cycle, a solo work,
    emerging from a lengthy solitary road trip Roberts took through the American South
    in early 2014, amassing historical and documentary information through interviews,
    site visits and field recordings.


    Coin Coin Chapter Three: river run thee signals yet another highly adventurous and
    socially engaged definition of what Jazz can mean in this day and age, and a
    fascinating extension of the Coin Coin cycle, where rather than surfacing and
    reactivating through the group dynamics of a musical ensemble, history is inhaled
    and exhaled through a solitary practice seeking to evoke and echo its tangled
    thicket of febrile strands.

    1. All Is Written
    2. The Good Book Says
    3. Clothed To The Land, Worn By The Sea
    4. Dreamer Of Dreams
    5. Always Say Your Name
    6. Nema, Nema, Nema
    7. A Single Man O' War
    8. As Years Roll By
    9. This Land Is Yours
    10. Come Away
    11. With Me Seek
    12. J.P.
    Matana Roberts
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  • COIN COIN Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile COIN COIN Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile Quick View

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    COIN COIN Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile

    180g LP Audiophile Pressing Includes Art Poster


    The spokeswoman for a new, politically conscious and refractory jazz scene. - Jazzthetik


    Roberts gives her audience a long look at something ghostly, tragic, and beautiful. - Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader


    A major talent. - The Wire


    COIN COIN Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile is the much-anticipated new installment of Matana Roberts' unique and forward-looking project. Guided by an aesthetic practice she has dubbed 'panoramic sound quilting' (partly in homage to the literal handicraft heritage of her patrilineal line), COIN COIN finds Roberts conjuring some of the most nuanced, thoughtful and substantial American liberation music of the 21st century.


    COIN COIN has also been a profoundly generous and collaborative process for Roberts, who has been developing various chapters of the COIN COIN cycle with a wide range of musicians from diverse backgrounds over many years. The hugely acclaimed Chapter One: Gens de couleur libres was the culmination of two years of regular visits to MontrÉal and featured fifteen musicians assembled from that city's out-jazz, experimental and avant-rock scenes. Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile was developed for a more intimately woven New York jazz sextet and was recorded with this group in late 2012, following several years of local and international performances of the piece with this line-up.


    Mississippi Moonchile takes the next leap forward in Roberts' iconoclastic and complex project of memory and recuperation, where historical and contemporary musical tropes, fragmentary spoken and sung narratives, and Matana's cascading alto saxophone are supported by prodigiously talented players on piano (Shoko Nagai), trumpet (Jason Palmer), double bass (Thomson Kneeland), drums (Tomas Fujiwara) and operatic tenor voice(Jeremiah Abiah). While demarcated by 18 titles and track IDs, the album presents an uninterrupted, incantatory swirl of through-composed music, where thematic structure and
    free improvisation are propelled in continual and fluid co-existence.


    While Chapter One was marked by more defined set pieces, stark juxtapositions, and the epic cacophony of a sprawlingly unconventional big band, Chapter Two unfolds as a cohesive album-length piece unto itself, channeling the drama and catharsis of Gens de couleur libres into something more measured and circumscribed, playing with notions of dignity, rarefaction and restraint. The inclusion of a male operatic singer contributes significantly to the tone and tension of Mississippi Moonchile in this respect, and operates as a fascinating foil to Roberts' own voice, which alternates between splintered 'wordspeak' and deeply soulful singing. The six players are in a perpetual motion of coalescence and divergence, where melodic themes, occasional ostinato passages, and variously deployed
    literal voices ('There are some things I can't tell you about ') serve to rally the overriding theme of individual narratives and personal expressions as struggles with, celebrations of and threads within collective history. The contortions of empowerment, pride, shame, suffering, eulogy, empathy, liberation and transcendence are Matana's raw material in the
    broadest and most specific senses;she has given this raw material another beautiful and compelling shape in the second chapter of the COIN COIN story.


    Illustrated once again with Roberts' own graphic scores, COIN COIN Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile is gorgeously packaged in a heavyweight 100% recycled paperboard jacket and includes an art poster.

    1. invocation
    2. humility draws down blue
    3. all nations
    4. twelve sighed
    5. spares of the world
    6. secret covens
    7. river ruby dues
    8.confessor haste
    9. amma jerusalem school
    10. for this is
    11. responsory
    12. the labor of their lips
    13. was the sacred day
    14. lesson
    15. woman red racked
    16. thanks be you
    17. humility draws down new
    18. benediction.
    Matana Roberts
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  • Freedom's Goblin (Pre-Order) Freedom's Goblin (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Freedom's Goblin (Pre-Order)

    Ty Segall goes all the way, flipping the Freedom coin to find passion, laughter and savagery on both sides. A head-spinning compendium of stompers, weepers, ballads, screamers, bangers and funker-uppers, all marking a different impasse, like a flag whirling into a knot, exploding and burning on contact, in the name of life and loathing and the pursuit of what you love.
    1. Fanny Dog
    2. Rain
    3. Every 1's a Winner
    4. Despoiler Of Cadaver
    5. When Mommy Kills You
    6. My Lady's on Fire
    7. Alta
    8. Meaning
    9. Cry Cry Cry
    10. Shoot You Up
    11. You Say All the Nice Things
    12. The Last Waltz
    13. She
    14. Prison
    15. Talkin 3
    16. The Main Pretender
    17. I'm Free
    18. 5 Ft. Tall
    19. And Goodnight
    Ty Segall
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    Return Of Darkness

    Bathory was formed in Stockholm in 1983. Founder Quorthon, a seventeen-year-old guitarist, was joined by bassist Hanoi and drummer Vans. After various name changes (beginning with Nosferatu, then Natas, Mephisto, Elizabeth Bathory and Countess Bathory) they finally settled on Bathory. Their first recording deal came that same year, when Quorthon managed to secure the consent of Tyfon Grammofon's boss to record two tracks for the compilation Scandinavian Metal Attack. The tracks which he recorded gained unexpected attention by fans. Soon afterward, Tyfon Grammofon contacted Quorthon and asked him to record a full-length album. Although Venom's Black Metal, released in 1982, was the first record to coin the term, it was Bathory's early albums, featuring Satanic lyrics, low-fi production and an inhuman vocal style, that defined the genre. Many fans have speculated Venom was an influence on Bathory; however, Quorthon has said in an interview with Kick Ass magazine in 1985 he only heard of Venom after the first Bathory album was released. He also expressed dislike for many influential and popular heavy metal bands at the time, such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. He has also stated the band's early work was influenced primarily by Black Sabbath, Motorhead, and punk rock. Bathory's self-titled debut album, and the subsequent releases The Return and Under the Sign of the Black Mark, are now regarded as major influences on the Norwegian bands which extended black metal's musical progression and popularity in the beginning of the 1990s.
    1. Revelation Of Doom
    2. Total Destruction
    3. Born For Burning
    4. The Wind Of Mayhem
    5. Bestial Lust
    6. Possessed
    7. The Rite Of Darkness
    8. Reap Of Evil
    9. Son Of The Damned
    10. Sadist
    11. The Return Of The Darkness And Evil
    12. Outro
    Bathory
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    Helio Parallax

    With effective explorations in time and space, Helio Parallax presents a sound deeply rooted in spiritual expression. True analog electronic music (no laptops) with cinematic landscapes (think Blade Runner meets Miles Davis Elevator To The Gallows sound track) anchored by deep dub/hip hop beats with skilled instrumentation to create an atmospheric landscape coined Sci Fi Dub Noir.
    1. Helio Parallax
    2. Strange Dream (feat. Louque)
    3. Another Broken Human
    4. Kilgore Trout Dub
    5. Soft Blind Pony Ride (feat. Bianca Casady)
    6. Speed of Life (feat. Jahdan Blakkamoore)
    7. Frank's Lament (feat. Doug Wieselman)
    8. Nocturne For Secret Planets
    9. After the Flood
    10. Happy Helio
    11. City of Glass
    Helio Parallax
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  • The Original Sound Of New Orleans Soul 1960-76 The Original Sound Of New Orleans Soul 1960-76 Quick View

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    The Original Sound Of New Orleans Soul 1960-76

    For more than ten years Soul Jazz Records have been exploring and documenting the sound of New Orleans Funk. Now they turn their attention to the flipside of this musical coin - New Orleans Soul.The main force behind New Orleans Soul is Allen Toussaint, a virtual one-man hit-making machine in the 1960s, writing, arranging and producing hit after hit for an unending list of unbelievably talented local singers such as Eldridge Holmes, Maurice Williams, Betty Harris, Ernie K Doe and Diamond Joe all of whom are featured. New Orleans is also a city of great musical families. Vocalist Aaron Neville was the brother of Art Neville (who formed The Meters) and later in the 1970s joined with brother Cyril to form The Neville Brothers. Soul vocalist supreme Willie Tee is also known as Wilson Turbinton, who alongside brother Earl, formed the super-heavy funk band The Gaturs and backed the Mardi Gras Indian group The Wild Magnolias. Also included here are rare, lost and killer soulful tracks from New Orleans artists Eddie Bo (and protÉgÉe vocalist Inell Young), Jean Knight, Jimmy Hicks, Francine King and more!
    1. Caught You in a Lie - Robert Parker
    2. First Taste of Hurt - Willie Tee
    3. Don't Pity Me - Curley Moore
    4. Steppin' Out - Lionel Robinson
    5. What's So Wrong With You Loving Me - Irma Thomas
    6. You Can Give But You Can't Take - Aaron Neville
    7. What One Man Won't Do Another Man Will - Jean Knight
    8. Worried Over You - Eldridge Holmes
    9. Congratulations Baby - Barbara West
    10. Back Street Lover - Ernie K. Doe
    11. I Don't Wanna Hear It - Betty Harris
    12. She's On My Mind - Aaron Neville
    13. She'll Never Be Your Wife - Irma Thomas
    14. Lovely Woman - Eldridge Holmes
    15. Tell Her That I Love You - Jimmy Hicks
    16. The ABC Song - Diamond Joe
    17. Gone, Gone, Gone - Eldridge Holmes
    18. Two Fools - Francine King
    19. Don't Turn Me Loose - Eddie Bo
    20. A Hard Nut to Crack - Aaron Neville
    21. I've Never Considered - Inell Young
    Various Artists
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    The High Lonesome Sound

    Originally released in 1965, this is Roscoe Holcombs first full album for Folkways. The man for whom the term The High Lonesome Sound was coined certainly shows why here. This is Appalachian folk music both beautiful and harsh, harrowing and tender. Essential recordings from this Kentucky native lovingly reissued in a perfect replica of the original Folkways jacket and including a reproduction of the original information booklet.
    1. Moonshiner
    2. Old Smokey
    3. Little Birdie
    4. House in New Orleans
    5. Trouble in Mind
    6. Wandering Boy, The
    7. Hook and Line
    8. Married Life Blues
    9. Omie Wise
    10. Willow Tree
    11. Boat's up the River
    12. In the Pines
    13. Fox Chase
    14. Little Gray Mule
    15. I'm a Free Little Bird
    16. Little Bessie
    17. Motherless Children
    18. Darlin Corey
    19. Roll on Buddy
    20. Village Churchyard, A
    21. Walk Around My Bedside
    Roscoe Holcomb
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    Blood Fire Death

    Blood Fire Death is the fourth album by the Swedish band Bathory. It continued the band's transition towards more epic songwriting, and includes some of the first Viking metal recordings, although is still mostly black metal. Bathory was formed in Stockholm in 1983. Founder Quorthon, a seventeen-year-old guitarist, was joined by bassist Hanoi and drummer Vans. After various name changes (beginning with Nosferatu, then Natas, Mephisto, Elizabeth Bathory and Countess Bathory) they finally settled on Bathory. Their first recording deal came that same year, when Quorthon managed to secure the consent of Tyfon Grammofon's boss to record two tracks for the compilation Scandinavian Metal Attack. The tracks which he recorded gained unexpected attention by fans. Soon afterward, Tyfon Grammofon contacted Quorthon and asked him to record a full-length album. Although Venom's Black Metal, released in 1982, was the first record to coin the term, it was Bathory's early albums, featuring Satanic lyrics, low-fi production and an inhuman vocal style, that defined the genre. Many fans have speculated Venom was an influence on Bathory; however, Quorthon has said in an interview with Kick Ass magazine in 1985 he only heard of Venom after the first Bathory album was released. He also expressed dislike for many influential and popular heavy metal bands at the time, such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. He has also stated the band's early work was influenced primarily by Black Sabbath, Motorhead, and punk rock. Bathory's self-titled debut album, and the subsequent releases The Return and Under the Sign of the Black Mark, are now regarded as major influences on the Norwegian bands which extended black metal's musical progression and popularity in the beginning of the 1990s.
    1. Odens Ride Over Nordland
    2. A Fine Day To Die
    3. The Golden Walls Of Heaven
    4. Pace Til Death
    5. Holocaust
    6. For All Those Who Died
    7. Dies Irae
    8. Blood Fire Death
    9. Outro
    Bathory
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    Twilight Of The Gods

    180 Gram Reissue of Bathorys Sixth Album!


    Twilight of the Gods is the sixth album by Bathory. It continues the exploration of the newly created Viking metal style, and also displays a heavy classical influence; it is titled after an opera by Wagner, and the melody of Hammerheart is lifted from Gustav Holst's The Planets (more specifically, from the fourth movement, Jupiter). Bathory was formed in Stockholm in 1983. Founder Quorthon, a seventeen-year-old guitarist, was joined by bassist Hanoi and drummer Vans. After various name changes (beginning with Nosferatu, then Natas, Mephisto, Elizabeth Bathory and Countess Bathory) they finally settled on Bathory. Their first recording deal came that same year, when Quorthon managed to secure the consent of Tyfon Grammofon's boss to record two tracks for the compilation Scandinavian Metal Attack. The tracks which he recorded gained unexpected attention by fans.[citation needed] Soon afterward, Tyfon Grammofon contacted Quorthon and asked him to record a full-length album. Although Venom's Black Metal, released in 1982, was the first record to coin the term, it was Bathory's early albums, featuring Satanic lyrics, low-fi production and an inhuman vocal style, that defined the genre. Many fans have speculated Venom was an influence on Bathory; however, Quorthon has said in an interview with Kick Ass magazine in 1985 he only heard of Venom after the first Bathory album was released. He also expressed dislike for many influential and popular heavy metal bands at the time, such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. He has also stated the band's early work was influenced primarily by Black Sabbath, Motorhead, and punk rock. Bathory's self-titled debut album, and the subsequent releases The Return and Under the Sign of the Black Mark, are now regarded as major influences on the Norwegian bands which extended black metal's musical progression and popularity in the beginning of the 1990s.

    Side A
    1. Twilight Of The Gods

    2. Through Blood By Thunder


    Side B
    3. Blood And Iron
    4. Under The Runes


    Side C
    5. To Enter Your Mountain


    Side D
    6. Bond Of Blood
    7. Hammerheart

    Bathory
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    Hammerheart

    180 Gram Reissue Of Bathorys Fifth Album!


    Hammerheart is the fifth album released by Bathory. It continued Blood Fire Death's transition away from black metal to what would become recognized as Viking metal, and is considered a cornerstone work of the genre. Bathory was formed in Stockholm in 1983. Founder Quorthon, a seventeen-year-old guitarist, was joined by bassist Hanoi and drummer Vans. After various name changes (beginning with Nosferatu, then Natas, Mephisto, Elizabeth Bathory and Countess Bathory) they finally settled on Bathory. Their first recording deal came that same year, when Quorthon managed to secure the consent of Tyfon Grammofon's boss to record two tracks for the compilation Scandinavian Metal Attack. The tracks which he recorded gained unexpected attention by fans.[citation needed] Soon afterward, Tyfon Grammofon contacted Quorthon and asked him to record a full-length album. Although Venom's Black Metal, released in 1982, was the first record to coin the term, it was Bathory's early albums, featuring Satanic lyrics, low-fi production and an inhuman vocal style, that defined the genre. Many fans have speculated Venom was an influence on Bathory; however, Quorthon has said in an interview with Kick Ass magazine in 1985 he only heard of Venom after the first Bathory album was released. He also expressed dislike for many influential and popular heavy metal bands at the time, such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. He has also stated the band's early work was influenced primarily by Black Sabbath, Motorhead, and punk rock. Bathory's self-titled debut album, and the subsequent releases The Return and Under the Sign of the Black Mark, are now regarded as major influences on the Norwegian bands which extended black metal's musical progression and popularity in the beginning of the 1990s.

    Side A
    1. Shores In Flames
    2. Valhalla


    Side B
    3. Baptised In Fire And Ice
    4. Father To Son


    Side C
    5. Song To Hail Up High
    6. Home Of The Once Brave


    Side D
    7. One Rode To Asa Bay
    8. Outro

    Bathory
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    Fixation On A Co-Worker

    DEADGUY's new release Fixation Of A Co-Worker is nothing short of ear bleeding murder core bent on neural destruction. Their use of fast off time, bone grinding rhythms and off kilter song structures separate this New Jersey band from the pack. Their fusion of hardcore and noise have started a new trend many are coining 'noisecore'. Fixation Of A Co-Worker is dangerous, ferocious, and extreme.
    1. Doom Patrol
    2. Pins And Needles
    3. Die With Your Mask On
    4. Baby Arm
    5. Makeshift Atomsmasher

    6. The Extremist
    7. Nine Stitches

    8. Riot Stairs
    9. Apparatus
    10. Crazy Eddie
    Deadguy
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  • Twilight Of The Gods (Picture Disc) Twilight Of The Gods (Picture Disc) Quick View

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    Twilight Of The Gods (Picture Disc)

    Limited Edition Picture Disc Reissue Of Bathorys Sixth Album


    Twilight of the Gods is the sixth album by Bathory. It continues the exploration of the newly created Viking metal style, and also displays a heavy classical influence; it is titled after an opera by Wagner, and the melody of Hammerheart is lifted from Gustav Holst's The Planets (more specifically, from the fourth movement, Jupiter). Bathory was formed in Stockholm in 1983. Founder Quorthon, a seventeen-year-old guitarist, was joined by bassist Hanoi and drummer Vans. After various name changes (beginning with Nosferatu, then Natas, Mephisto, Elizabeth Bathory and Countess Bathory) they finally settled on Bathory. Their first recording deal came that same year, when Quorthon managed to secure the consent of Tyfon Grammofon's boss to record two tracks for the compilation Scandinavian Metal Attack. The tracks which he recorded gained unexpected attention by fans.[citation needed] Soon afterward, Tyfon Grammofon contacted Quorthon and asked him to record a full-length album. Although Venom's Black Metal, released in 1982, was the first record to coin the term, it was Bathory's early albums, featuring Satanic lyrics, low-fi production and an inhuman vocal style, that defined the genre. Many fans have speculated Venom was an influence on Bathory; however, Quorthon has said in an interview with Kick Ass magazine in 1985 he only heard of Venom after the first Bathory album was released. He also expressed dislike for many influential and popular heavy metal bands at the time, such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. He has also stated the band's early work was influenced primarily by Black Sabbath, Motorhead, and punk rock. Bathory's self-titled debut album, and the subsequent releases The Return and Under the Sign of the Black Mark, are now regarded as major influences on the Norwegian bands which extended black metal's musical progression and popularity in the beginning of the 1990s.

    1. Twilight Of The Gods
    2. Through Blood By Thunder
    3. Blood And Iron
    4. Under The Runes
    5. To Enter Your Mountain
    6. Bond Of Blood
    7. Hammerheart
    Bathory
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    Shootenanny!

    Shootenanny! is the fifth studio album by the Eels, released in 2003. The album's name comes from a neologism coined by Eels front-man Mark Oliver Everett for a social gathering at which participants engage in folk singing and sometimes dancing, but mostly the shooting of guns. Saturday Morning was released as a promotional single with the B-sides Her, Waltz of the Naked Clowns, and Sad Foot Sign.
    1. All In A Day's Work

    2. Saturday Morning
    3. The Good Old Days
    4. Love Of The Loveless
    5. Dirty Girl
    6. Agony
    7. Rock Hard Times

    8. Restraining Order Blues

    9. Lone Wolf
    10. Wrong About Bobby

    11. Numbered Days
    12. Fashion Awards
    13. Somebody Loves You
    Eels
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    The Legendary Father of Folk Blues


    Legendary Delta Bluesman's Columbia LP Now On 200-Gram Vinyl!


    One Of The Truly Great Audiophile Blues Recordings Of All Time!


    Lacquers Cut By Ryan Smith At Sterling Sound From The Original Master Tape


    Plated And Pressed At Quality Record Pressings!


    Heavyweight Glossy Tip-On Jacket By Stoughton Printing


    Mississippi's Son House was already legendary for a small collection of live field recordings made by folklorist Alan Lomax in 1941 and 1942, and for having taught some important licks to both Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters before he was rediscovered by a new generation of college-age fans in 1964.


    The Father of the Delta Blues recorded this namesake LP for Columbia Records a year later in 1965. It's become, in the words of Living Blues magazine - Essential recordings by one of the greatest bluesmen ever. And now, Analogue Productions presents a reissue unmatched in sonic quality and luxury presentation. For our version we turned to Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound to remaster the recording from the original master tapes. The freshly cut lacquers were then plated and pressed on 200-gram vinyl by our own Quality Record Pressings.


    Son was born Eddie James House, Jr., on March 21, 1902, in Riverton, Miss. By the age of 15, he was preaching the gospel in various Baptist churches as the family seemingly wandered from one plantation to the next. He didn't even bother picking up a guitar until he turned 25; to quote House, I didn't like no guitar when I first heard it; oh gee, I couldn't stand a guy playin' a guitar. I didn't like none of it. But if his ambivalence to the instrument was obvious, even more obvious was the simple fact that Son hated plantation labor even more and had developed a taste for corn whiskey. After drunkenly launching into a blues at a house frolic in Lyon, Miss., one night and picking up some coin for doing it, the die seemed to be cast; Son House may have been a preacher, but he was part of the blues world now.


    Now, sit back and enjoy one of the genre's greatest, on a reissue that's the best that's been made to date. So authentic, so real - that's the Analogue Productions difference.


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    1. Death Letter
    2. Pearline
    3. Louise McGhee
    4. John The Revelator
    5. Empire State Express
    6. Preachin' Blues
    7. Grinning In Your Face
    8. Sundown
    9. Levee Camp Moan
    Son House
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    Soultrane

    Soultrane is the fourth album by jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1958 on Prestige Records, catalogue 7142. It was recorded at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack, New Jersey.


    The album is a showcase for Coltrane's late-1950s "sheets of sound" style, the term itself coined by critic Ira Gitler in the album's liner notes. Also featured is a long reading of Billy Eckstine's ballad standard "I Want to Talk About You", which Coltrane would revisit often during his career, most notably on the album Live at Birdland. Among the other tracks is the popular theme "Good Bait" by Tadd Dameron, and Fred Lacey's elegiac "Theme For Ernie". "You Say You Care" is from the Broadway production of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.


    Musicians:

    John Coltrane - tenor saxophone

    Red Garland - piano

    Paul Chambers - bass

    Art Taylor - drums


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    1. Good Bait

    2. I Want To Talk About You
    3. You Say You Care
    4. Theme For Ernie
    5. Russian Lullaby
    John Coltrane
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    God Willin' And The Creek Don't Rise

    God Willin' And The Creek Don't Rise is Ray Lamontagne's fourth studio record, and follow-up to the heralded Gossip in the Grain. Entirely self produced (for the first time), the album was recorded in two weeks at the homemade recording studio in LaMontagnes newly restored historic home in the woods of western Massachusetts. With Rays vocals at the forefront of the songs and a loose, almost live sounding recording, the album stands as a testament to a band at the height of their powers. The newly coined Pariah Dogs consist of Jay Bellarose (drums), Jennifer Condos (bass), Patrick Warren (keyboard), Eric Heywood (guitar) and Greg Leisz (pedal steel guitar). Individually, these musicians have contributed to the live work of such heralded musicians as Beck, Joe Henry, Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, Ryan Adams and Joe Cocker to name a few.
    1. Repo Man
    2. New York City's Killing Me
    3. God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise
    4. Beg Steal Or Borrow
    5. Are We Really Through
    6. This Love Is Over
    7. Old Before Your Time
    8. For The Summer
    9. Like Rock & Roll and Radio
    10. The Devil's In The Jukebox

    Ray Lamontagne And The Pariah Dogs
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    Sweatbox Dynasty

    It's been almost two decades since baby TOBACCO first plugged in a tape deck, popped the top, and found the dark magic that's fueled so many sonic forays into his genreless bog of beat-blasted hypnagogia and otherworldly-yet-earthen pop. The Pennsylvanian experimentalist has since helmed countless Black Moth Super Rainbow releases, remixed outsiders as offbeat as HEALTH and unexpected as White Zombie, and produced MCs ranging from Aesop Rock to Beck.


    But it's on his fourth solo album that TOBACCO winds up coining an apt name for his vast empire of moldering electro-fied dirt: Sweatbox Dynasty. The new LP - his second for Ghostly International - finds the rural recluse resurrecting an old approach to hack a new path through the muck. This may be his most unintentionally psychedelic and left-field creation yet, full of rhythms that start and stop like a tractor on its last piston, resonating melodies made to fuel transcendental meltdowns, and vocals that hiss, gurgle, and growl.

    1. Human Om
    2. Hong
    3. Wipeth Out
    4. Gods In Heat
    5. Home Invasionaries
    6. Dimensional Hum
    7. Warlock Mary
    8. Suck Viper
    9. The Madonna
    10. Fantasy Trash Wave
    11. Memory Girl
    12. Let's Get Worn Away
    Tobacco
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    Thee Physical

    Since the release of Dark Rift in the summer of 2009, Travis Egedy has been spreading his scuzzy, deeply sexual brand of '90s house and trance to become one of the most prominent figures in American DIY culture. Two years in the making, Thee Physical is a giant step forward for Pictureplane and is sure to be one of the most exciting releases of 2011.


    Based in Denver, CO, Egedy resides in the notorious rave-punk-house Rhinoceropolis. Thanks in large part to Pictureplanes legendary shows at Rhino, his raging club night, Real is a Feeling, and his constant stream of mixtapes and remixes, Denvers vibrant DIY scene has started to morph into a national movement. Egedys growing influence can be felt in ways that are both trivial: he coined the ridiculous genre term Witch House in 2009 and significant: Pictureplanes punk rock-like approach to the production and dissemination of his work is democratizing electronic music the same way the Ramones, Minor Threat, and Black Flag liberated rock music in the '70s and '80s.


    Produced and recorded by Egedy and mixed/co-produced by Jupiter Keyes of Health, Thee Physical is a celebration of human touch in a digital world. The album is also unquestionably Pictureplanes best and most assured record to date: his vocals are confident and unnervingly sexy, the instrumentation is at once both purely electronic and surprisingly human. Pictureplane has managed to make electronic music deeply emotive, a synthesis of the human and the machine both in lyrics and sound. Summer 2011 belongs to Pictureplane.

    1. Body Mod

    2. Black Nails
    3. Sex Mechanism
    4. Touching Transform
    5. Post Physical
    6. Techno Fetish
    7. Real is a Feeling
    8. Trancegender
    9. Negative Slave
    10. Breath Work
    11. Thee Power Hand
    Pictureplane
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    Tarpaper Sky

    Esteemed musician, songwriter and author Rodney Crowell has
    teamed up with New West Records to release Tarpaper Sky,
    his new self-produced album. It comes fast on the heels of Old
    Yellow Moon, Crowell's critically lauded collaboration with Emmylou
    Harris, which won a 2013 Grammy® Award and was named 2013
    Album of the Year by the Americana Music Association.


    Crowell has pushed the boundaries of country, folk and roots music
    since long before the term Americana was coined as a genre,
    making a name for himself and gaining respect as both a songwriter
    and as an artist. Celebrating 40 years of making music, Crowell
    has created an album that harkens back to some of his most
    revered and loved works. Tarpaper Sky would sit comfortably on
    the shelf right between the chart-topping fan favorite Diamonds
    and Dirt (1988) and Life is Messy (1992). This album marks
    a reunion of the creative partnership of Crowell and musical
    accomplice Steuart Smith, who was an integral part of his overall
    sound during the late '80s.

    1. The Long Journey Home
    2. Fever On The Bayou
    3. Frankie Please
    4. God I'm Missing You
    5. Famous Last Words Of A Fool In Love
    6. Somebody's Shadow
    7. Grandma Loved That Old Man
    8. Jesus Talk To Mama
    9. I Wouldn't Be Me Without You
    10. The Flyboy & The Kid
    11. Oh What A Beautiful World
    Rodney Crowell
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    Workout


    Remastered And Reissued As Part Of The Blue Note 75th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue Campaign


    In a word association game, the name "Hank Mobley" will often generate "Blue Note" and vice versa. While Mobley had a musical life beyond the Blue Note label including associations with Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and Miles Davis (the 1961 Quintet), it is for his Blue Note recordings that he rightfully most remembered. Mobley led 25 albums for Blue Note and appeared on over 30 others as a sideman. His consistency resulted in all of those recordings being recommended to hard bop collectors.


    Mobley's mastery of the style, his attractive tone, and his skill at writing songs that inspire memorable solos made him a perfect representative of the Blue Note sound. Even with his large number of great recordings, Workout is something special and a real standout. Joined by Grant Green, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones, Mobley creates brilliant statements on four of his best originals (including the soulful "Uh Huh" and "Greasin' Easy"), "The Best Things In Life Are Free" and "Three Coins In A Fountain." The passion in Mobley's playing is exciting and will surprise many. He takes wild chances that challenge the other all-stars, and he plays with a constant stream of creative ideas. Even collectors who own a dozen other Hank Mobley albums will have to get this version of Workout which, with its superb remastering, has never sounded better.

    1. Workout
    2. Uh Huh
    3. Smokin'
    4. The Best Things in Life are Free
    5. Greasin' Easy
    Hank Mobley
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    Calico Review

    If you drive past the 200 block of South La Brea, there is a lamp shop, a pet shop, and a little glass door that says "Casting Agency" above it. Inside you'll find one of LA's most stereotypical rituals, where men & women from all walks of life vie for the attention and popularity of the Hollywood producer. It's a dream factory for some of them. It's also a place where Los Angeles outsiders learn what the city is really like, beyond the sun and surf and celebrities, where every brightly-lit surface eventually faces a cloud.


    Indeed, the lessons learned by the Allah-Las - guitarists Miles Michaud and Pedrum Siadatian, bassist Spencer Dunham, drummer Matthew Correia - since their auspicious formation in 2008 have been tempered with experience. Now, with their third album Calico Review (their first for Mexican Summer), their experience transforms once more, this time into wisdom. The band's trajectory, formed around mutual appreciation for the same kinds of music and a host of shared experiences, focuses on both the outer trappings of their home and surroundings, and the through line of darkness that suffuses life in LA county.


    Where the Allah-Las display their insight, and what really shines across the 12 songs that comprise Calico Review, is the way that the group has pivoted from specific influences and nods to the music they love, to crafting the feelings of freedom, grit, and melancholy in their music. That feeling - the peerless capture of music long in the tradition and mood of California pop, the sound that's captured the essence of the LA experience - aligns with their stylistic technique and their experience in the studio environment to create their strongest album to date, one which showcases their developments in songwriting and arrangements.


    The process began with their self-titled debut, which captured the Allah-Las' live set circa 2012 and continued onward with 2014's Worship the Sun, where they began to experiment with overdubs and writing songs individually instead of as a band. Now, Calico Review showcases a band that's grown confident in its own style to reflect the perspectives of each member, to craft an album that changes up the approach from song-to-song, while retaining their abilities as a cohesive unit.


    Audiences familiar with the band will recognize the levels of nuance and steadiness the Allah-Las have grown into throughout Calico Review. It's immediate, the first thing you recognize about the band in the opening moves of "Strange Heat," in the amount of control and character burning off of the band's knack for restraint. Songs like "Famous Phone Figure" cradle character sketches over delicate strains of violin, organ, and Mellotron, Correia's drumming carefully underlining a three-note theme that casts a phantom sadness over the proceedings, the group exerting a touch both light and steady enough to bring your mood to theirs. "


    Could Be You" works off a steady percussive gallop, guitarist Miles Michaud waxing reflexively on second chances while the band focuses on forward motion. "Roadside Memorial" applies the Bo Diddley beat to the open road, Pedrum Siadatian stepping up on vocals, and finding new ways to match his talents to propulsive musical ends. Elsewhere, "High & Dry," featuring drummer Matthew Correia on lead vocals, focuses on the Allah-Las most quintessential and peerless quality: writing emotionally resonant pop, at once direct and detached, casual and knowing, and instantly memorable. The dream factory itself gets called out in the fun, surf-stung number "200 South La Brea," its carnival-like atmosphere reflecting the excitement and anxiety of those who await their judgment.


    In between releases, the Allah-Las have toured around the world, and will continue that journey in support of Calico Review. The experience of traveling and idle time on tour inspired the group in different ways, and provided the pathways by which the band transports its listeners to a different place, be that wherever they are, and where the band has been.


    What the Allah-Las present is not necessarily crossing the L.A. River, coin in mouth, on the Riverboat Styx. It's not Raymond Chandler and it's not Raymond Carver. But the band's four members are aware of the pitfalls that stack against the idyllic notion of southern California life that forms from outside of the city. It's a siren call to the hopeful, and it's a successful town for tempering dreams into wakeful reality. Even with over 8,000 people per square mile, there is room for everyone, and then some, to be completely alone, by choice or otherwise.


    Calico Review bears the mark of four students becoming the teachers, sharing the sentiments of the town they call home. Join them. There's a lot to learn.

    1. Strange Heat
    2. Satisfied

    3. Could Be You

    4. High & Dry

    5. Mausoleum

    6. Roadside Memorial

    7. Autumn Dawn

    8. Famous Phone Figure PLAY

    9. 200 South La Brea

    10. Warmed Kippers

    11. Terra Ignota

    12. Place In The Sun
    Allah-Las
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    Workout (Pre-Order)

    Cut At 33 1/3 RPM By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio From The Original Rudy Van Gelder Blue Note Master Tapes


    Pressed On 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl LP By RTI


    Top Quality Gatefold Packaging With Laminated Covers & High Quality Session Photos


    In a word association game, the name "Hank Mobley" will often generate "Blue Note" and vice versa. While Mobley had a musical life beyond the Blue Note label including associations with Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and Miles Davis (the 1961 Quintet), it is for his Blue Note recordings that he rightfully most remembered. Mobley led 25 albums for Blue Note and appeared on over 30 others as a sideman. His consistency resulted in all of those recordings being recommended to hard bop collectors. Mobley's mastery of the style, his attractive tone, and his skill at writing songs that inspire memorable solos made him a perfect representative of the Blue Note sound. Even with his large number of great recordings, Workout is something special and a real standout. Joined by Grant Green, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones, Mobley creates brilliant statements on four of his best originals (including the soulful "Uh Huh" and "Greasin' Easy"), "The Best Things In Life Are Free" and "Three Coins In A Fountain." The passion in Mobley's playing is exciting and will surprise many. He takes wild chances that challenge the other all-stars, and he plays with a constant stream of creative ideas. Even collectors who own a dozen other Hank Mobley albums will have to get this version of Workout which, with its superb remastering, has never sounded better.


    Features:

    Limited Edition of Only 3500 Copies

    Remastered from the Original Rudy Van Gelder Blue Note Master Tapes

    Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

    Pressed on 180 gram Virgin Vinyl LP by RTI

    Ultra-Durable, Extra Thick Album Jackets

    Gatefold Album with Session Photos in stunning High Resolution

    Stereo


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    Hank Mobley
    $39.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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