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  • Even More Dazed and Confused: Music from the Motion Picture (Pre-Order) Even More Dazed and Confused: Music from the Motion Picture (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Even More Dazed and Confused: Music from the Motion Picture (Pre-Order)

    Purple with Pink Splatter Colored Vinyl

    Limited To 1300 Copies

    The subtitle on the album cover
    reads, "They Found Your Stash
    Again," and we are happy to report
    that this particular musical stash
    is seeds and stems free!

    Linklater's 1993 coming-of-age
    flm Dazed and Confused captured
    the age-old adolescent themes of
    rebellion vs. conformity, jocks vs.
    nerds, stoners vs. students, and
    grown-ups vs. grads so perfectly
    that it remains a touchstone movie for each succeeding generation of high
    schoolers. But its events unfold at a very specifc time and place; namely,
    the last day of the 1976 school year in Austin, Texas, a moment in rock
    and roll time which Linklater and his cohorts unerringly capture with a
    soundtrack that has spawned not one but two releases, of which this is the

    LP debut, pressed on very trippy purple with pink splatter vinyl
    inside a jacket featuring production stills from the flm. Limited to 1300

    1. Free Ride - By The Edgar Winter Group
    2. No More Mr. Nice Guy - By Alice Cooper
    3. Living in the U.S.A. - By Steve Miller Band
    4. Never Been Any Reason - By Head East
    5. Why Can't We Be Friends - By WAR
    6. Summer Breeze (2004 Remastered Version) - By Seals and Crofts
    7. Right Place Wrong Time - By Dr. John
    8. Balinese - By ZZ Top
    9. Lord Have Mercy On My Soul - By Black Oak Arkansas
    10. I Just Want To Make Love To You - By Foghat
    11. Show Me The Way - By Peter Frampton
    12. Do You Feel Like We Do (Live) - By Peter Frampton
    Various Artists
    Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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    Love Me

    Tomas Barfod released his debut solo album back in 2012, a sophisticated mesh of electronics
    called Salton Sea. Lauded by the likes of Pitchfork, Dazed & Confused and Gorilla vs Bear, the
    acclaim took Barfod slightly by surprise but its success has paved the way for the follow-up, Love
    Me, an album that takes Barfod's spirit of adventurousness and raises the stakes. Utilising a
    supporting cast that includes a string and brass section, and musicians like Here We Go Magic's
    Luke Temple and long-term collaborator Nina K. on vocal duties, it's a multi-layered album that
    effortlessly pushes and pulls dance and electronic music into a myriad different shapes.

    Barfod was first exposed to the indefinable lure of the electronic music scene not by clubbing (that
    came later), or by specific acts, but by a long-forgotten film featuring a section set in a club. "I
    think it was after I watched a bad movie about raves in the 1980s" he laughs. Early musical
    influences ranged from the likes of Goldie, Massive Attack and Portishead, to Goa trance and
    techno, before drifting into house and disco. These influences subsequently manifested
    themselves in the acid disco-inspired club-bangers Tomas released as Tomboy via Gomma records
    and the ambient techno he unleashed on Kompakt.

    He had about ten years of musical experience before he started making his own music, part of
    which came in the shape of his band, WhoMadeWho, who he formed in 2004 alongside two
    fellow Danes, guitarist Jeppe Kjellberg and singer and bassist Tomas Høffding (Barfod plays
    drums and produces).

    These new songs are precise, more defined and ultimately crafted into more fully-formed songs.
    While still keeping his debut's intimate delicacy and beautiful sense of fragility, this follow-up is
    also more audacious, as showcased on the sweeping strings of the lovely "Aftermath". This
    coalescing of the real and the analog is also highlighted by the guest vocalists, who range from
    long-term collaborator Nina Kinert on the lovely electro-squelch of "Pulsing" and the bouncing
    electro-pop of "Busy Baby", and American singer-songwriter Luke Temple on the poignant "Bell
    House". From the start Barfod was acutely aware that in order for these songs to come to life they
    needed to have vocals, even if piecing it all together was like finishing a puzzle. Love Me is many-textured, endlessly rewarding, an organic-sounding electronic album utilizing real heart and soul.

    1. Bell House (feat. Luke Temple)
    2. Pulsing (feat. Nina K.)
    3. Destiny's Child
    4. Busy Baby (feat. Nina K.)
    5. Honey (feat. Sleep Party People)
    6. Aftermath (feat. Nina K.)
    7. Blue Matter (feat. Jeppe Kjellberg)
    8. Waiting For Us (feat. Nina K.)
    9. Mandalay
    10. Sell You (feat. Night Beds)
    11. Lost (feat. Pell)
    Tomas Barfod
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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