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  • Transatlanticism: 10th Anniversary Edition Transatlanticism: 10th Anniversary Edition Quick View

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    Transatlanticism: 10th Anniversary Edition


    Reissued For Its 10th Anniversary After Being Out Of Print For Years.


    Comes With 12-page Full-color Booklet


    As musical lunacy goes, things have gotten as crazy as it gets for Death Cab for Cutie since 2002's You Can Play These Songs with Chords compilation. A wildly successful tour with Dismemberment Plan, a collaboration for singer Ben Gibbard with emo-electronic guru Dntel under the Postal Service moniker, and a whole new legion of fans swooning to Gibbard's lyrics as if he were a modern day answer to Kiss Me-era Robert Smith have all amassed considerable hype around Transatlanticism.


    But the group proves themselves more than equal to the task, answering the call and proving the cynics wrong with their most focused and most mature work in their entire catalog. Transatlanticism wastes absolutely no time and dives in head first with The New Year, one of the most melodramatic openings to an album since the Smashing Pumpkins' Tonight, Tonight from Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. The mellow, mixed-meter percussion and dense atmosphere of Lightness is a brilliant lead into the pop-happy Expo '86 and The Sound of Settling before setting up the climatic and intensely dramatic title track. Unconsciously taking a page from Blur's Sing, the hypnotic drumming and guitar call and responses through the eight-minute climax of the album are backed with a singalong finale that unquestionably will have every audience on the next tour singing along and holding up their lighters.


    And while most albums would be left exhausted after such a track, the group keeps things moving, albeit at a much slower pace than compared to the anthems that packed the first half. Gibbard seamlessly makes the transition between songs that full out rock to songs that are comparable to Elliott Smith's finest hour with great ease. But it's Gibbard's poetic lyrics and signature introspection that remain a bench mark for Death Cab; and it's the group's maturity as musicians as well as songwriters that make Transatlanticism such a decadently good listen from start to finish. The band has never sounded more cohesive, the track sequencing is brilliant, and it caps off a triumphant year for not only Gibbard, but a band whose time and greater recognition is finally due.


    - Rob Theakston (All Music Guide)

    LP 1
    1. The New Year
    2. Lightness
    3. Title And Registration
    4. Expo '86
    5. The Sound Of Settling
    6. Tiny Vessels


    LP 2
    1. Transatlanticism
    2. Passenger Seat
    3. Death Of An Interior Decorator
    4. We Looked Like Giants
    5. A Lack Of Color

    Death Cab For Cutie
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  • Narrow Stairs Narrow Stairs Quick View

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    Narrow Stairs

    Narrow Stairs is the sixth studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, originally released in 2008. Four singles were released for the album: "I Will Possess Your Heart", "Cath...", "No Sunlight", and "Grapevine Fires".


    Narrow Stairs reached number one on the Billboard 200, making it Death Cab for Cutie's highest charting album to-date. The album was nominated for the "Best Alternative Music Album" award at the 51st Grammy Awards. In addition, "I Will Possess Your Heart" was nominated for "Best Rock Song", and named iTunes UK song of the year 2008.


    In 2011 guitarist and producer Walla stated, "the master plan for Narrow Stairs was to be as invisible and hands-off as a producer as I possibly could. I was really interested in seeing what would happen. When we started that record, we had been on tour for the better part of two years. All we could remember was being on stage and playing. So the whole idea was: what happens if we're just on stage and we play, except we're in the studio and we're recording?" He added: "Narrow Stairs was very much a commitment to just crashing through the songs as we recorded them, like four people in a room."


    The cover art was created by designer EE Storey, the art director for Tegan and Sara.

    1.Bixby Canyon Bridge
    2.I Will Possess Your Heart
    3.No Sunlight
    4.Cath...
    5.Talking Bird
    6.You Can Do Better Than Me
    7.Grapevine Fires
    8.Your New Twin Sized Bed
    9.Long Division
    10.Pity And Fear
    11.The Ice Is Getting Thinner
    Death Cab For Cutie
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  • We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yes We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yes Quick View

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    We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yes


    Newly Reissued 180 Gram Version


    Like the also-great Idaho or Wheat, to file Death Cab for Cutie under the mellow-pop umbrella that shelters tranquil chamber outfits such as Red House Painters, Low, or (post-dance-pop) Talk Talk would do them a gross, miscalculated service. While they're no strangers to the tickling knelling of guitars searching out the extra space found in laggard tempos, that predilection only encompasses a fourth of Death Cab for Cutie's output (like on Title Track and Little Fury Bugs). Heck, they're not even remotely quiet for half of We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes -- the best and brightest LP of their three fine albums to date. Ben Gibbard has turned into a sublime composer, using melodies sparingly but with splendid tunefulness, as all four players marinate his writing with delicately plucked, picked, and pulled arpeggios, ringing chords, and non-obvious atmosphere building. Verily, the slow, broody stuff is but a change of pace; it's when the volume doubles (if only occasionally crashes), when the band shows potency, that We Have the Facts starts flying, soaring with exigency beyond even the threatening storm clouds from the last flight plan, 1998's Something About Airplanes. Lowell, MA and Company Calls are perfect examples: drummer Nathan Good actually gets to punish his snare and toms, the other three dig in with him, and the words indie pop suddenly sounds fresh and alive, with real aggressive, post-dream pop guitar popscapes. Loud and soft, or most of all both, and plenty of points in between, DCFC write and record finished songs that emote, that do more than merely fill a slot in a form in a preconceived genre. In short, they're superb. And getting greater.

    - Jack Rabid (All Music)

    1. Title Track
    2. The Employment Pages
    3. For What Reason
    4. Lowell, MA
    5. 405

    6. Little Fury Bugs
    7. Company Calls
    8. Company Calls Epilogue
    9. No Joy in Mudville
    10. Scientist Studies
    Death Cab For Cutie
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    The Photo Album


    Newly Reissued 180 Gram Version


    Released in 2000, We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes delivered on the promise of You Can Play These Songs with Chords and Something About Airplanes. For once, a band's popularity grew commensurate with its maturation. Despite the heightened attention, singer/songwriter/guitarist Ben Gibbard next let loose Death Cab for Cutie's finest moment, Photobooth, the lead track on the sparkling Forbidden Love EP. New fans worldwide swooned under its beguiling romantic rise 'n' fall and its lingering, bittersweet, wallet-sized artifact. And though it wouldn't have killed them to include Photobooth here -- for its spotless greatness and thematic likeness -- The Photo Album's ten tracks are of the EP's heightened caliber. Gibbard's words screen intriguing mini-films of the mind, stoked by corresponding daydreamy music. An exquisite liaison of the British penchant for ringing, knelling, subconscious guitars and direct/grittier American drive, the band is tight, evocative, and inventive. Bassist Nick Harmer and drummer Michael Schorr lock in creative rhythmic bases, while Gibbard and Chris Walla's guitar work gives the band climactic, cinematic coloring shades. And, in the end, it's Gibbard's remarkable abilities as a writer and singer that are on display most. Each word draws you in via his sweet, thoughtful guy voice. The solo 1:47 opener, Steadier Footing, is merely a starter course, but it feels like an entrÉe: And this is the chance I never got/To make a move, but we just talk is only one measure of the chances/plans/dreams/connections and relationships that have eluded him or fizzled. Reeled in, one is left to look back over one's own smoldering wreckage, of opportunities or attachments lost -- much as A Movie Script Ending's abrupt turn Passing through unconscious states/When I awoke I was on the highway somehow segues into the couplet With your hands on my shoulders/A meaningless movement, a movie script ending. Like Photobooth, it's a typically sobering, adverse assessment of how unromantic the romanticized can become. That it's a great pop song, arresting in its jerky wobble, is just another point in its, and this LP's, favor. The world needs more superb pop with brains and heart and emotional complexity.

    - Jack Rabid (All Music)

    1. Steadier Footing
    2. A Movie Script Ending
    3. We Laugh Indoors
    4. Information Travels Faster
    5. Why You'd Want To Live Here
    6. Blacking Out The Friction
    7. I Was A Kaleidoscope
    8. Styrofoam Plates
    9. Coney Island
    10. Debate Exposes Doubt
    Death Cab For Cutie
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    Little Death Shaker

    Stripped of all noise influences and focusing on straight-up songs, Little Death Shaker is a record evocative of late nights and dusty parking lots, long drives and boozy hookups. This is the work of a dude who's spent his youth and young manhood on tour and it comes through in both the music and the lyrics. Where Castanets' lyrics gave us Ray Carver-ian fragments and it's-what-you-leave-out-that-counts minimalism, here we see Raposa back from the battleground with stories to tell.



    This is the most lyric-heavy Raposa's been and it's also the most playful and humorous, and you get the feeling some of these songs would be the ones that would go down best near 2am at some weird sports bar dive in southeast Alabama/Iowa/Mississippi. (We can just see some big biker dude/fallen NASCAR star/Gary Busey lookalike sitting back-to-bar, Bud in hand, having a good-natured laugh over the punchline from Some of My Friends or the WTF premise of the Dan Reeder penned You'll Never Surf Again.)



    The record begins with fighting spirit. Allegiance comes on with a punch of electric guitar and Raposa singing I woke up feeling/bold as shit. It's his rowdiest and most confident song to date, a real knockabout that'll take you by surprise if you're used to Castanets. Up next the title track verges on Queen (Flash Gordon soundtrack?) and Some of My Friends is a barnburner with the ghosts old Sun Studios players holding court.



    Highlights are many. The dark-as-Skoal interstate roller Whippoorwill, the slowly ramping Some Kind of Fool, which rolls easy and pretty with backup vocals from Matthew Houck of Phosphorescent before building to a shitkicking rock 'n' roll peak where we find Raposa delivering some of his best and most racy lyrics, singing the very un-indie-rock, I could spend this good money wherever I care to/taste all the honies that I choose /lay myself down beside anyone's flower/all alive in the morning with the dew. It's a song about libertine freedom and heartbreak ignored and taking the bull by the horns and being, well, kind of a bastard.



    More highlights: Castanets collaborator Talia Gordon taking main vocals on You're Not Standing Like You Used To (Kate Wolf); the after-afterhours minor chord jam Stateline, Little Death Shaker's most ruckus track of all, a late-night spent trapped in the stripclub/rig cab/country bar/tour van/your own damn head. At 10 minutes it's a tale of drugs and wayward love, a real red-lit kind of aloneness, backed by a legit live crawl, with high and ghostly organ and distorted vocals crackling like a bad CB connection.



    With Meridian, Raposa and Houck bring back the vibe of Some Kind of Fool and take it on a humid trip through the deepest South, gators in the water, snakes in the sand, a stormhead looming over the sun-dappled river. When Raposa sings oh honey here comes the storm you can just FEEL the weather breaking.



    One of this record's real charms is you can close your eyes and see these 13 tracks played live; you can see the drummer leaning over his kit with his brushes (and sunglasses on?), the backup singers standing around the mic, beers in hand, eyes closed, swaying side to side, the lights crisscrossing the stage. Meridian is no different. You can see this band. You can see these people playing together, and in a world of records that bands can't duplicate live, it's crazy-refreshing!



    The album's closer, Allegiance 2, brings backlongtime Castanets collaborator Bridgit Jacobsen (nÉe Decook) for a hushed and barely-there apology. Oh lord be kind to me/after all these devils I have kissed. As a prayer, a shrug, and an exhausted offering, it's a fitting way to end an album so concerned with sin and vice. It's also a fitting end-introduction to this new band. So meet Raymond Byron and the White Freighters and their record Little Death Shaker. Here's to the new!

    1. Allegiance

    2. Little Death Shaker

    3. Some of My Friends

    4. Turnpike/Bedsheet

    5. You'll Never Surf Again

    6. Don't That Lake Just Shine

    7. Whippoorwill

    8. A Little More Credit

    9. Some Kind of Fool

    10. You're Not Standing Like You Used To

    11. Stateline

    12. Meridian, MS

    13. Allegiance 2
    Raymond Byron And The White Freighter
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  • Give Up Give Up Quick View

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    Give Up

    The collaboration between Death Cab For Cutie's Ben Gibbard and Dntel's Jimmy Tamborello is an album of breezy electronic pop that updates classic 80s synth-pop with contemporary beats.
    1. The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
    2. Such Great Heights
    3. Sleeping In
    4. Nothing Better
    5. Recycled Air
    6. Clark Gable
    7. We Will Become Silhouettes
    8. This Place Is a Prison
    9. Brand New Colony
    10. Natural Anthem
    The Postal Service
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  • Let It Sway Let It Sway Quick View

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    Let It Sway

    Produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie) and Beau Sorenson (Sparklehorse), Let It Sway is the eagerly awaited follow-up to critical success darlings Broom and Pershing.
    1.Back In the Saddle
    2.Sink/Let It Sway
    3.Banned (By the Man)
    4.In Pairs
    5.My Terrible Personality
    6.Everlyn
    7.Stuart Gets Lost Dans Le Metro
    8.All Hail Dracula!
    9.Critical Drain
    10.Animalkind
    11.Phantomwise
    12.Made To Last
    Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
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  • Plans Plans Quick View

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    Plans

    Plans is the fifth studio album by Indie Rock band Death Cab for Cutie, originally released August 30, 2005.


    The album spawned three singles: "Soul Meets Body", "Crooked Teeth", and "I Will Follow You into the Dark", with all three songs charting. "I Will Follow You Into The Dark" became Death Cab for Cutie's best-selling single to-date, and gained the band a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals the following year.


    Plans peaked at number four on the Billboard 200, and received platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album at the 48th Grammy Awards in 2006.

    LP 1
    1. Marching Bands of Manhattan
    2. Soul Meets Body
    3. Summer Skin
    4. Different Names for the Same Thing
    5. I Will Follow You into the Dark
    6. Your Heart Is an Empty Room
    7. Someday You Will Be Loved
    8. Crooked Teeth


    LP 2
    1. What Sarah Said
    2. Brothers on a Hotel Bed
    3. Stable Song
    4. Talking Like Turnstiles

    Death Cab For Cutie
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  • Fuckin A Fuckin A Quick View

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    Fuckin A

    The Thermals were formed in May of 2002 in Portland, OR. This crack three-member outfit released their
    debut album More Parts Per Million on Sub Pop after being brought to the label's attention by
    Ben Gibbard of the Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie. Their second album, Fuckin A was recorded
    and mixed in all of four days at Avast Studios by Chris Walla, who shares Gibbard's Death Cab pedigree and has lent production duties to Hot Hot Heat, Nada Surf and many others. On this album the band retains their raw energy and charisma, while upping the fidelity ante significantly. In short, it is a perfect sophomore record.
    1. Our Trip
    2. Every Stitch
    3. How We Know
    4. When You're Thrown
    5. Remember Today
    6. A Stare Like Yours
    7. Let Your Earth Quake, Baby
    8. God And Country
    9. End To Begin
    10. Forward
    11. Keep Time
    12. Top Of The Earth
    13. Thank You Goodnight
    13. An Endless Supply
    The Thermals
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  • Lesser Oceans Lesser Oceans Quick View

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    Lesser Oceans

    LESSER OCEANS features Fences cohorts Benjamin Greenspan and Lindsey Starr as well as production from such studio luminaries as Jacquire King (Of Monsters and Men, Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse) and Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie, The Decemberists, The Lonely Forest), the latter of which helmed Fences' new single "Sunburns."
    1. Songs About Angels
    2. The Lake
    3. Dogs At The Table
    4. Arrows (feat. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis)
    5. Running Off The Gods
    6. Sunburns
    7. Dusty Beds
    8. My Mountain Is Cold
    9. Lesser Oceans
    10. Temple Dreaming
    Fences
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  • Kintsugi Kintsugi Quick View

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    Kintsugi

    Pressed At QRP


    Etched D-Side


    Kintsugi marks Death Cab For Cutie's first new album since the departure last year of founding guitarist/keyboardist/producer Chris Walla. Recorded in Los Angeles with Rich Costey (Franz Ferdinand, Muse, Interpol) behind the board, the album takes its title from the Japanese art of repairing broken ceramics with precious metals like gold, silver, and platinum, highlighting cracks rather than hiding them. As such, kintsugi represents a compassionate aesthetic philosophy in which damage and wear are embraced as part of an object's history.


    Considering what we were going through internally, and with what a lot of the lyrics are about, it had a great deal of resonance for us - the idea of figuring out how to repair breaks and make them a thing of beauty, says bassist Nick Harmer, who suggested the name to singer/guitarist Ben Gibbard and drummer Jason McGerr. Philosophically, spiritually, emotionally, it seems perfect for this group of songs.

    1. No Room in Frame
    2. Black Sun
    3. The Ghosts of Beverly Drive
    4. Little Wanderer
    5. You've Haunted Me All My Life
    6. Hold No Guns
    7. Everything's a Ceiling
    8. Good Help (Is So Hard to Find)
    9. El Dorado
    10. IngÉnue
    11. Binary Sea
    Death Cab For Cutie
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    Codes And Keys

    Codes And Keys is the seventh studio album by Death Cab for Cutie, originally released in 2011. A much less guitar-centric album than the band ever made before, the band surprised the world with their compelling venture to new horizons.


    As lead vocalist and guitarist Ben Gibbard stated: "It's not a guitar-based record. We've been into vintage keyboards and playing with that palette." Guitarist and producer Chris Walla stated: "Guitar is great; it's a really immediate, impulsive sort of instrument. But I think if we had strapped on guitars and gone into the studio with the intent of making a sort of live-ish sounding record, we definitely would've retreaded some of the territory that we were in for Narrow Stairs.


    In 2011, the album received a Nomination in the 54th Grammy Awards for Best Alternative Music Album.

    LP 1
    1. Home Is A Fire
    2. Codes And Keys
    3. Some Boys
    4. Doors Unlocked And Open
    5. You Are A Tourist
    6. Unobstructed Views


    LP 2
    1. Monday Morning
    2. Portable Television
    3. Underneath The Sycamore
    4. St. Peter's Cathedral
    5. Stay Young, Go Dancing

    Death Cab For Cutie
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  • One Fast Move Or I'm Gone: Music From Kerouac's Big Sur (Ben Gibbard & Jay Farrar) One Fast Move Or I'm Gone: Music From Kerouac's Big Sur (Ben Gibbard & Jay Farrar) Quick View

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    One Fast Move Or I'm Gone: Music From Kerouac's Big Sur (Ben Gibbard & Jay Farrar)

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    Jay Farrar (Son Volt) and Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie) originally got together in 2007 to record music for the Jack Kerouac documentary One Fast Move or I'm Gone: Kerouac's Big Sur (Both Gibbard and Farrar appear in the film). That collaboration blossomed into an entire full-length album of the same name with Gibbard and Farrar writing and performing all the songs together. All of the lyrics were taken from Kerouac's 1962 novel Big Sur.

    1. California Zephyr
    2. Low Life Kingdom
    3. Willamine
    4. All In One
    5. Breathe Our Iodine
    6. These Roads Dont Move
    7. Big Sur
    8. One Fast Move Or Im Gone
    9. Final Horrors
    10. Sea Engines
    11. The Void
    12. San Francisco
    Various Artists
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    Something About Airplanes


    Newly Reissued 180 Gram Version


    The fact that Elsinor and Barsuk, two relatively small labels, conspired to co-release Something About Airplanes should give some indication as to its quality. It's a solid, emotive, and frequently amazing indie rock record that foreshadows Death Cab for Cutie's eventual ascent into the mainstream. Sonically, the band falls somewhere on the dreamier and more pop-oriented end of Built to Spill's sound (particularly on Keep It Like a Secret), alongside the Posies' most pensive tracks, or with Delta Haymax -- that is, dynamic, melodic, and somewhat atmospheric Northwestern rock. What's important, however, is that the composition, arrangement, and perfect vocal harmonies of Something About Airplanes are all hugely effective; the band uses light touches of flute, synth, or cello to add the necessary textures to its well-crafted pop songs, and the result has a consistently impressive and thoroughly engaging quality that rivals Built to Spill's Keep It Like a Secret. Which is quite a complement -- but tracks like Bend to Squares and Pictures in an Exhibition deserve as much adulation as one can offer.

    - Nitsuh Abebe (All Music)

    1. Bend to Squares
    2. President of What?
    3. Champagne from a Paper Cup
    4. Your Bruise
    5. Pictures in an Exhibition
    6. Sleep Spent
    7. The Face That Launched 1000 Shits
    8. Amputations
    9. Fake Frowns
    10. Line of Best Fit
    Death Cab For Cutie
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  • Even If It Kills Me Even If It Kills Me Quick View

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    Even If It Kills Me

    Straight off the coveted cover of Alternative PressÆ Most Anticipated of 2007 issue comes Motion City Soundtrack, with their third album Even if it Kills Me. With production in the capable hands of Fountain of WayneÆs Adam Schlesinger and former Cars frontman and music industry legend Ric Ocasek, Motion City Soundtrack have created their pop masterpiece. A smart, catchy album filled with infectious songs from start to finish, Even If It Kills Me recalls the clever pop of such iconic records as WeezerÆs Blue Album (another Ocasek production), combined with a sophistication and haunting honesty that puts them in league with indie auteurs like Death Cab for Cutie.
    1. Fell In Love Without You
    2. This is for Real
    3. It Had To Be You
    4. Last Night
    5. Calling All Cops
    6. Can't Finish What You Started
    7. The Conversation
    8. Broken Heart
    9. Hello Helicopter
    10. Where I Belong
    11. Point Of Extinction
    12. Antonia
    13. Even If It Kills Me
    Motion City Soundtrack
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  • The Con The Con Quick View

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    The Con

    With The Con, singer-song writer guitarist identical twins Tegan And Sara Quin build on their breakthrough success of 2004's So Jealous one of Rolling Stone's 50 Best Albums Of The Year and Juno-nominated for Best Alternative Album. Eighteen months of touring followed, including shows with The Killers. At the same time, their track Walking With A Ghost was ubiquitous, and was covered by The White Stripes. The Con, co-produced by Death Cab For Cutie's Chris Walla, marks the most mature effort to date in the rising career of Tegan And Sara.
    I Was Married
    Relief Next To Me
    The Con
    Like O, Like H
    Are You Ten Years Ago
    Back In Your Head
    Hop A Plane
    Soil, Soil
    Burn Your Life Down
    Nineteen
    Floorplan
    Knife Going In
    Dark Come Soon
    Call It Off
    Tegan & Sara
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    Master Of The Burial

    Amy Millan (also of Stars and Broken Social Scene fame) returns with Masters of The Burial, a wistful yet warm collection of songs and the follow up to her 2006 solo debut, Honey From The Tombs. Masters of The Burial includes interpretations of Death Cab for Cuties I Will Follow You Into The Dark and Old Perfume by Sarah Harmer. Recorded earlier this year in rural Ontario and produced by Martin Davis Kinack (Broken Social Scene, Sarah Harmer) the album features guest performances from Evan Cranley (Stars), Dan and Jenny Whiteley, Feist, Liam ONeil (The Stills), and many more.
    1. Bruised Ghosts
    2. Low Sail
    3. Old Perfume
    4. Towers
    5. Day To Day
    6. Bury This
    7. Finish Line
    8. Run For Me
    9. I Will Follow You Into The Dark
    10. Lost Compass
    11. Bound
    Amy Millan
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    Reunion Tour

    From Winnipeg, Manitoba, The Weakerthans' lyrical music speaks of the vast open spaces and broken industrial dreams in which it was created. Founded in 1997, they hold deep roots in the indie scene, and have three albums and over 90,000 sales behind them. On their new release, literary lyrics could stand alongside a Raymond Carver or Russell Banks short story, while the music channels the spirit of punk, alt-country, and barroom rock and folk. RIYL: Wilco, Bright Eyes, Death Cab For Cutie, Elliott Smith, Built To Spill.

    1. Civil Twilight
    2. Hymn of the Medical Oddity
    3. Relative Surplus Value
    4. Tournament of Hearts
    5. Virtute the Cat Explains Her Departure
    6. Elegy From Gump Worsley
    7. Sun in an Empty Room
    8. Night Windows
    9. Bigfoot!
    10. Reunion Tour
    11. Utilities
    The Weakerthans
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    Adding Up The Wasted Hours

    Adding Up the Wasted Hours, the band's fourth album, was announced in August of 2013. Released through Trans/Chop Shop Records on October 15, the new 11-track record was recorded by Chris Walla.


    Chris Walla, guitarist and producer for Grammy-nominated rock band Death Cab for Cutie, made The Lonely Forest his first signing when he launched his
    label Trans. The band started a national fall headline tour, beginning in Wenatchee, WA and closing at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA. It was also promoted by the lead single Warm/Happy, which Van Deusen described as ...a self-assuring song.

    1. Pull the Pin and Forget
    2. Lovric's
    3. Fire-Breather
    4. Left Hand Man
    5. Neon Never Changes
    6. Last Time (I Said Your Name)
    7. Adding Up the Wasted Hours
    8. Soundings In Fathoms
    9. Lavender Dress
    10. Warm/Happy
    11. Stars Like Dust
    The Lonely Forest
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    Wild Child's new album Expectations is the band's
    most nuanced work to date. They've stretched their songwriting abilities
    on this record to both reflect and expand further upon their unique sound,
    and the album expertly rides the wave of genres that flows between
    beautifully sentimental acoustic to loud,
    distorted rock and back again.


    The band enlisted the help of several heavy-hitting producers to make
    this record: Chris Walla (formerly of Death Cab for Cutie), Matthew Logan
    Vasquez (Delta Spirit), Chris Boosahda (Shakey Graves), Scott McMicken
    (Dr. Dog), Adrian Quesada (Grupo Fantasma), and Max Frost.

    1. Alex
    2. Eggshells
    3. Back & Forth
    4. Think It Over
    5. Follow Me
    6. Expectations
    7. Sinking Ship
    8. My Town
    9. The One
    10. Break You Down
    11. Leave It Alone
    12. Goodbye Goodnight
    Wild Child
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    The Thermals celebrate their 10-year anniversary by reissuing their three Sub Pop albums on vinyl. More Parts Per Million is the band's debut album, originally released by Sub Pop on March 4th, 2003. The Thermals were created in 2002 by singer Hutch Harris in his Portland-area kitchen. By that summer, they was a rock band in the flesh, with Kathy Foster on bass, Jordan Hudson on Drums and Kind of Like Spitting's Ben Barnett on the guitar. The Thermals play with a joyous frenzy not unlike the idiosyncratic guitar driven indie-punk of the Wedding Present, with lyrics spewed forth from the same oblique etherland as Guided By Voices. More Parts Per Million has sold over 12,000 copies, and the vinyl has been out of print for years. Chris Walla of Death Cab For Cutie mixed the album at The Hall of Justice studio in Seattle, WA.
    1. It's Trivia
    2. Brace and Break
    3. No Culture Icons
    4. Goddamn the Light
    5. Out of the Old and Thin
    6. I Know the Pattern
    7. Time to Lose
    8. My Little Machine
    9. Overgrown, Overblown!
    10. A Passing Feeling
    11. Back to Gray
    12. Born Dead
    The Thermals
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    What began as an acoustic side project between the Transit vocalist Joe Boynton and guitarist Vinny Comeau in 2010 between touring has lead to a full-time band over the course of the last year. The duo signed with No Sleep Records in late 2012 and entered the studio with co-producer Gary Cioffi, Jr. (Transit, Misser) in early 2013 to record their first full-length with drummer Aviv Marotz, guitarist Mat Morin and Bassist Mike Moschetto in tow.


    Once in the studio Comeau departed the band, leaving the rest of the guys primary reign over the songwriting and direction of the new material, resulting in a bright and airy collection of ten beautiful indie-pop tunes that exhibit a range of styles and moods, from upbeat power-pop to solemn folk, which any fans of bands like Death Cab For Cutie, Circa Survive, Maps & Atlases and Rilo Kiley will undoubtedly adore.

    1. Not Worth It
    2. Look Back and Wave
    3. Old News
    4. Drive with Me
    5. Save Yourself, Start Again
    6. Wild Hearts
    7. Want
    8. This Love Will Grow
    9. You Can Always Come Home
    10. Clean Slate
    Long Lost
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    Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham (Book)


    Exclusive 7" Vinyl Record Featuring Rare Unreleased B-Sides From Manchester Orchestra And Minus The Bear


    Ryan is one of the greatest photographers working today." - Ben Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie)


    "Ryan is an exceptional talent." - Hayley Williams (Paramore)


    Celebrated rock photographer Ryan Russell has announced plans to release his first travel photography book, "Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham," via No Sleep Records.


    Known best for his ability to brilliantly capture timeless photos of some of rock's biggest acts, from Death Cab For Cutie and Against Me! to Paramore and Blink-182, Russell recently tackled a different subject entirely for "Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham." In the summer of 2013 he embarked on a life-changing, cross-country journey, moving from his native city of Birmingham, AL to the Pacific Northwest town of Bellingham, WA. Russell documented his trip, capturing the back roads, ghost towns, national parks and historical sites of America with stunning photos of everything he saw.


    "Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham" will also include an exclusive 7" vinyl record featuring rare unreleased B-sides from Manchester Orchestra and Minus the Bear, two bands that Russell has shot extensively over the last several years.


    Ryan is one of those rare photographers that can truly put you at ease while he takes superb and entirely honest photos," says Cory Murchy of Minus the Bear. "A master at capturing the most fleeting and candid of moments, we always look forward to working with him so we were extremely honored to be asked to be apart of this project.

    1. Manchester Orchestra - Sure Shot
    2. Minus the Bear - Surf-N-Turf
    Minus The Bear & Manchester Orchestra
    $45.99
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    The High Country


    180-Gram White Vinyl In Gatefold Jacket


    Recorded At Chris Walla's (Death Cab For Cutie) Hall Of Justice Studio


    Engineered By Beau Sorenson (Bob Mould, Camera Obscura)


    A raw pop record infused with undeniable hooks, distortion pedals,
    passion, grit, and maybe a little insanity, The High Country is the first
    SSLYBY album to truly capture the power and energy the group
    exudes when performing live.


    SSLYBY recorded The High Country as a power trio consisting of
    Dickey, guitarist/vocalist Will Knauer, and bassist Tom Hembree, a
    founding member of the group who left after Broom, but returned to
    (as Dickey describes it) "stir things up in the best way possible and
    demand we play louder and faster."


    After a month spent demoing and practicing, the three musicians
    convened at Seattle's legendary Hall of Justice to record with engineer
    Beau Sorenson (Superchunk, Garbage). In many ways, The High
    Country is the record Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin has been
    building up to its entire career.

    1. Line On You
    2. Step Brother City
    3. Goal Mind
    4. Full Possession Of All Her Powers
    5. Madeline
    6. What I Won
    7. Trevor Forever
    8. Foreign Future
    9. Song Will
    10. Magnet's New Summer 'Do
    11. Total Meltdown
    Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
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