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Long IslandLong Island is the newest release from alternative New York rockers Endless Boogie. Their music is a meltdown of metal, psychedelic and classic rock with a heavy dose of riffage, a kick-ass beat and super-cryptic lyrics, and that sound continues on this double LP release.1. The Savageist
2. Taking Out The Trash
3. The Artemus Ward
5. Occult Banker
6. On Cryology
7. General Admission
8. The Montgomery Manuscript$23.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Full House Head (Awaiting Repress)In 2008, Endless Boogie was nudged into the spotlight with Focus Level, a glorious set of thick psychedelic rock. It was the culmination of their 10 year existence, most of which was spent in a Lower East Side rehearsal space. But upon its release Focus Level was met with near-unanimous praise; being named "debut of the month" in Uncut Magazine, hailed as "note-perfect" by Rolling Stone and earning a loyal, growing fan base around the world.
Led by front man Paul Major, the group entered Rare Book Room studios in December of 2009 and made a brilliant 2nd album. Anchored by deep, heady grooves and epic guitar playing, the Endless Boogie delivered seven fully realized studio tracks and one monumental rehearsal jam, sounding comfortable and focused, not weighed down by any pretension.1. Empty Eye
2. Slow Creep
3. Top Dollar Speaks His Mind
4. Mighty Fine Pie
5. Tarmac City
6. Pack Your Bags
7. New Pair of Shoes
8. A Life Worth Leaving$23.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Dub EggFollowing up on last year's acclaimed limited-edition LP for Mexican Summer, the Austin-based quartet The Young (guitarist/vocalist Hans Zimmerman, bassist Jason Costanszo, guitarist Kyle Edwards and drummer Ryan Maloney) make their proper debut with a crafted, explosive record best summed up as "classic Matador meets classic rock."
After a year sharing the stage with Sic Alps, Kurt Vile, Pierced Arrows, Endless Boogie and other masters of modern rock guitar, their meticulous interplay has become both uncanny and unstoppable. Dub Egg is a shimmering, incandescent approach to classic forms that nobody could have imagined from these guys a couple years ago. The album carries echos of Crazy Horse, Television, Quicksilver Messenger Service, the Dream Syndicate as well as the aforementioned.
Recorded in a woodland cabin, all-analog and self-produced, this exceptionally beautiful sounding rock album, to be released on Matador Records, is the sort of expansive, guitar masterclass (never at the expense of terrific songs, mind you) they've only hinted at previously.1. Livin' Free
2. Don't Hustle For Love
3. Dance With The Ramblers
4. Poisoned Hell
5. Only Way Out
6. Plunging Rollers
7. White Cloud
9. The Mirage
10. Talking To Rose$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Shangri LaBarely a year after his debut, in November 2013 Jake Bugg returns with its bar-raising follow-up, Shangri La. The album shares a title with the Malibu studio where it was made, once the 70s haven of Bob Dylan and The Band, now the creative hib of legendary producer Rick Rubin, the recording Titan whose jawdropping c.v. spans from Def Jam and Johnny Cash to Adele and Kanye West.
Rubin's assembled wrecking crew of Shangri La session regulars includes guitarist Matt Sweeney (Bonnie `Prince' Billy, Neil Diamond, Endless Boogie), bassist Jason Lader (The Mars Volta), and drummers Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Pete Thomas (Elvis Costello). Yet for all its stellar cast and production kudos, the real star of Shangri La is, unquestionably, Bugg himself.
Asked to compare Shangri La with its predecessor, Bugg concludes: 'My first album felt like a list of songs, whereas this one feels like a whole entity with something to say. Or if my first album was the colour of grey reality, this one's the colour of the sun'. The colour of our planet's nearest star. Or maybe the sound of a new star intensifying their musical colours. Listening to his second album, you dare to wonder where a talent like Jake Bugg could find themselves in ten years' time. His prediction: 'Up front for England'.1. There's A Beast And We All Feed It
2. Slumville Sunrise
3. What Doesn't Kill You
4. Me And You
5. Messed Up Kids
6. A Song About Love
7. All Your Reasons
9. Kitchen Table
10. Pine Trees
11. Simple Pleasures
12. Storm Passes Away$25.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
SONM-COL-2018xThe Babe Rainbow (Aus)
The Babe Rainbow (Aus)Australia's The Babe Rainbow are happy to announce they have signed to 30th Century Records, the label spearheaded by Danger Mouse. The band are set to release their debut self-titled album.
Recorded in magicland Byron Bay where the band is based, and produced by Stu Mackenzie of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, The Babe Rainbow's first LP is a think piece, stories from the dreamtime, all the colors of the rainbow. As with the album's teaser track Losing Something (Is Finding Something Else) and Peace Blossom Boogy, expect timeless swirling sound and endless good vibes, cool cat vibes, and similar whirly-birding up and on.
The seeds of The Babe Rainbow were sown when Jack Cool-Breeze and Angus Darling The Hothouse Flower started a song writing partnership in middle school, but the band didn't fully-bloom until late in 2015 when, travelling through France, the duo met Venezuelan pianist Lu-Lu-Felix Domingo and became a trio. The band has previously released a self-titled EP featuring the single Secret Enchanted Broccoli Forest.1. Losing Something
2. Peace Blossom Boogy
3. Monky Disco
4. Johny Says Stay Cool
5. Sunflower Sutra
6. Fall in Love
7. Superstition Shadow Walk
8. Blue Hour
9. Survival Into the 21st Century
10. Charms Travel
11. Cosmic Now
12. Half a Kiss$23.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now