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  • Plowing Into The Field Of Love Plowing Into The Field Of Love Quick View

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    Plowing Into The Field Of Love


    Special Edition 3 Sided-Vinyl + Jacket


    16-Page B&W Booklet


    "Iceage has always been a stylish band, so the
    accompanying video takes every opportunity to
    drive their point home: while taking lurid pulls off
    cigarettes and martinis, Ronnenfelt's searing stare
    betrays the fact he knows damn well how much
    he's playing against type."
    -Pitchfork on "The Lord's Favorite" BEST NEW TRACK


    Plowing into the Field of Love is the third album from
    Copenhagen's ICEAGE. It is new, bold and forceful.


    Channeling the rage and emotion of their
    tempestuous early releases into finely honed
    musicianship, Plowing Into The Field of Love
    features piano, mandolin, viola and organ atop
    Johan Suurballe-Wieth's razor-sharp guitars and the
    lolloping, synchronized rhythm section of Jacob
    Tvilling Pless and Dan Kjær Nielsen. The record has
    a clear, uncompressed sound, and Elias Bender
    Rønnenfelt's desperate vocals are out front, nakedly
    accountable for the words.


    At the other extreme, the album tends to a sort of
    euphoria, especially in the unexpectedly upbeat
    country number "The Lord's Favorite," and even
    humor. Yet desperation and loss lurks behind. This
    is an album about seeing, learning, and rejecting
    things, in a cycle that repeats and builds. The
    reference points are wildly varied - on a recent
    German radio show, the band played records by
    Abner Jay, Rowland S. Howard, Brian Eno, and Coil -
    but the sound is uniquely and darkly Iceage.

    1. On My Fingers
    2. The Lord's Favorite
    3. How Many
    4. Glassy Eyed, Dormant And Veiled
    5. Stay
    6. Let It Vanish
    7. Abundant Living
    8. Forever
    9. Cimmerian Shade
    10. Against The Moon
    11. Simony
    12. Plowing Into The Field Of Love
    Iceage
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  • You're Nothing You're Nothing Quick View

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    You're Nothing

    Just out of their teens, it seems Copenhagen's Iceage have only added to the anxiety and tension that made their debut album, New Brigade, so compelling. But now, they're challenging their raging emotions instead of simply expressing them. You're Nothing, Iceage's sophomore album, is the sound of a band pushing their singular mix of punk, Goth, hardcore, and postpunk to even further extremes. It's overwhelming how many ways Iceage have found to write the short aggressive rock song.When you see Iceage live you get the feeling the songs are just about to fall apart before miraculously recovering, always rewarding you with a climax. This menacing energy is more forceful on You're Nothing. It is a more epic sound, like a rough sea.
    1. Ecstasy
    2. Coalition
    3. Interlude
    4. Burning Hand
    5. In Haze
    6. Morals
    7. Everything Drifts
    8. Wounded Hearts
    9. It Might Hit First
    10. Rodfæstet
    11. Awake
    12. You're Nothing
    Iceage
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    Collision Blonde

    The band's sophomore full length is backed by guitarist Will Allard, bassist Joseph Goode and drummer Ben Sears (who also plays alongside Allard in Whips/Chains). With a new line-up and some years removed from their young, violent hardcore days, Collision Blonde's instrumental prowess sounds less like their elder contemporaries and more a cleaner tone reminiscent of Jesus and Mary Chain and The Cure, yet sharp and uneasy in the vein of Bauhaus' early gothic post-punk edge. Tracks like "Knife" and the closing "Nosedive" are aggressively built up into a cathartic release, alluding to Ceremony, Iceage and mewithoutYou at times.


    The band took a couple of weeks, held up in Allard's basement studio in late March, to record with fellow musician and friend Evan Weiss (You Blew It!, The Jazz June) who helped produce the album. While the music may allude to a heavier dream pop sound, it's still very much a hardcore record reminiscent of Dischord's blends of punk and harmony. Collision Blonde is a lyrical wreck that's driven by love, drugs, depression and waking up in a cold sweat wondering What's next for me? on a consistent basis. It's thoughtfully countered with a harmonic jangle of reverb, delay and hooks, as Xerxes has created their most polarizing work to date.

    1. I Was Wrong
    2. Criminal, Animal
    3. A Toast
    4. Knife
    5. Use As Directed
    6. Chestnut Street
    7. Collision Blonde
    8. Exit 123
    9. (but here we are)
    10. Nosedive

    Xerxes
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  • Love Will Prevail Love Will Prevail Quick View

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    Love Will Prevail

    Sean Ragon has been active in the DIY punk, industrial and experimental music communities on the east coast for over 15 years. Ragon also runs a record store and label in Brooklyn (Heaven Street and Blind Prophet Records, respectively). He has been recording under the moniker of Cult of Youth for the last five years.



    Cult of Youth's last album produced by Chris Coady was a huge leap forward for the band, which had expanded to a four piece. It landed them on tours with Zola Jesus, Cold Cave and Iceage last summer and caused quite a stir not only among more indie-centric press outlets such as Pitchfork and Stereogum but with underground publications such as Heathen Harvest and Special Interests magazine as well.



    For this album Ragon built his own recording studio from scratch in the back of his record store. This allowed him to control every aspect of the album and to take his time recording; in addition to vocals, he plays five different instruments on Love Will Prevail (electric and acoustic guitar, trombone, synth, and bass). He also engineered and mixed the entire album by himself.



    For long time fans of the project, Love Will Prevail sees the marriage of the spontaneity of the earlier releases with the better recording quality of the more recent eponymous LP. This record features contributions from Glenn Maryansky on drums and Christiana Key on violin as well as percussion from the enigmatic Ning Nong and female vocals from former Battletorn vocalist (and Sean's long term girlfriend) Beverly Hames.



    Love Will Prevail expands on the psychedelic neofolk foundation of the early work and adds lush atmospheres not dissimilar from Austrian post-industrial futurists Nový Svt (or even the more haunting side of late-60s Miles Davis). There is also an intentional nod to the Crass Records bands that influenced Ragon as a teenager and a tasteful hint of Velvet Underground worship.



    The lyrical content is also fairly politically charged this time around, and serves as a plea for peace in a world gone mad. A far cry from the first self released single, Train To Kill, perhaps. The first single, "Man and Man's Ruin" finally realizes the majestic beauty that has always been bubbling under the surface of Ragon's work. Love Will Prevail is by far and away Cult of Youth's crowning achievement and it is the true embodiment of DIY idealism.


    1. Man and Man's Ruin
    2. Golden Age
    3. Prince of Peace
    4. Garden of Delights
    5. A New Way (Version)
    6. New Old Ways
    7. Path of Total Freedom
    8. The Gateway
    9. To Lay With the Wolves
    10. It Took a Lifetime
    Cult Of Youth
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  • Heavy Electricity Heavy Electricity Quick View

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    Heavy Electricity

    Dublin, Ireland trio No Spill Blood's ferocious dose of synth-laden aggression, Heavy Electricity comes across with all the brutal heft of underground metal but also with the clever intellect of post-punk bands like Killing Joke and Iceage.
    1. White Out
    2. Back To The Earth
    3. Now II
    4. El Duurto
    5. Harsh Route
    6. Heavy Electricity
    7. Thinner
    8. Sweet Beans
    9. Endless Drift
    No Spill Blood
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  • Free To Eat Free To Eat Quick View

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    Free To Eat

    Plague Vendor are from Whittier, CA. They make garage-style punk reminiscent of
    Gun Club or Grinderman and manifests most recently in bands like The Black Lips,
    FIDLAR, Iceage, and Ty Segall. Guitar, bass and drums, and a kinetic frontman, channeling his inner Nick Cave and willing to spill a little blood for your entertainment.
    Signed to Epitaph after some impressive live shows and a near perfect demo, Plague
    Vendor release their debut full length, Free to Eat, this April. Plague Vendor's snarling
    guitars and high energy sets will make young music fans who have never heard of the
    bands mentioned above fully engaged in Plague Vendor's infectious second wave of
    garage punk.
    1. Black Sap Scriptures
    2. Cursed Love, Hexed Lust
    3. Breakdance on Broken Glass
    4. My Tongue Is So Treacherous
    5. Numbers
    6. Plague Vendor
    7. Finical Fatalist
    8. Seek the Ruby Scarab
    9. Garden Lanterns
    10. Neophron Percnopterus
    Plague Vendor
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  • This World Is Not Enough This World Is Not Enough Quick View

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    This World Is Not Enough

    Since 2010, Elias Bender Rønnenfelt (Iceage, Vår) has used the Marching
    Church moniker to a variety of musical ends, both live and recorded. However,
    the project as it exists on This World Is Not Enough wasn't born until November
    2013. With a live performance looming and no real idea what the set would be,
    Rønnenfelt found a new vision for the band while daydreaming at a gig at the
    venue where Marching Church was set to perform. "What I pictured was me in a
    comfortable armchair, adorned in a golden robe, leading a band while a girl kept
    pouring me champagne when I required it," Rønnenfelt explained. "This raised
    the question, 'What sort of music would go along with this picture?'"


    Rønnenfelt discovered the answer to that question with a lineup rounded out by
    Kristian Emdal and Anton Rothstein of Lower, Cæcilie Trier (Choir of Young
    Believers), Bo H. Hansen (Hand of Dust, Sexdrome) and Frederikke Hoffmeier
    (Puce Mary). Under Rønnenfelt's leadership, the group composed some music,
    rehearsed twice, and played their show. It was decided that night that this incarnation
    of Marching Church would make a record.


    This World Is Not Enough was influenced at first by obscure works like David
    Maranha's experimental drone-rock saga Antarctica, and eventually by soul
    bandleaders like James Brown and Sam Cooke. "The whole month of writing
    and rehearsing and the one week we had in the studio was truly an explosion
    of ideas," Rønnenfelt said. "Improvisation, something I have never worked with
    before, was crucial in the making of this album, considering the loose nature
    of the writing on some of these songs. The album works because of the band's
    incredible ability of breathing life into these, at times, very simple ideas and
    experiments."


    The eight tracks that made the final cut are, in Rønnenfelt's words, "songs of
    nocturnal longing, preposterous self-obsession and cockeyed etiquette," and they
    are an exemplary statement of the songwriter's extraordinary growth since the
    birth of Iceage.

    1. Living in Doubt
    2. King of Song
    3. Hungry for Love
    4. Your Father's Eyes
    5. Calling Out a Name
    6. Every Child (Portrait of Wellman Braud)
    7. Up a Hill
    8. Dark End of the Street
    Marching Church
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  • Black Bubblegum Black Bubblegum Quick View

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    Black Bubblegum

    Black Bubblegum is the newest LP from Eric Copeland,
    and we are not kidding when we emphasize it sounds like
    nothing he has done in the past. The title of the record
    says it all: chewy, sticky pop that doesn't taste quite like
    any chewy, sticky pop you've had before.


    Recorded at Copeland's old practice space in South
    Williamsburg, Black Bubblegum contains songs with
    more conventional sounds and songwriting than any of
    his previous releases. While there are similarities with
    Copeland's earlier work in the drum patterns, major
    scales and vocals, Black Bubblegum moves away from
    his trademark psychedelic dub towards strange and
    fantastical pop; imagine Arthur Russell going into the
    studio with the Ramones. Wanting to take a more "handson"
    approach to these recordings, Copeland exchanged
    sample-driven tech and hardware for keyboards, guitars
    and effect pedals, creating a new sound that is oddly
    easy to digest despite its rejection of melody in favour of
    discord and dissonance.


    For a long time, Copeland considered this collection of
    songs to be recordings which would never be heard. This
    invariably influenced certain decisions made during the
    creation of Black Bubblegum, blessing Copeland with
    the unique freedom that comes from making music never
    intended to be heard, let alone released.


    When asked to please jot down what influenced this new
    album and sound, Eric replied "glam holes, glitter dreams,
    money troubles, apocalypse paranoia, one hit wonders,
    manifest destiny, my family's westward migration, body
    troubles (was passing kidney stones almost the entire
    time), LGBT disco parties, Jonathan Richman, Missing
    Foundation, Neil Diamond, New Orleans, poverty, getting
    pushed out of another Brooklyn neighbourhood... No
    Beach Boys, no Beatles, no Buddha... More Bad News
    Bears."


    Eric Copeland has been sound clashing at full volume for
    over twenty years, first carving out a named for himself as
    one third of the legendary NY-via-Providence band Black
    Dice. A wildly prolific solo artist, Copeland has played
    shit houses, party palaces and seemingly everything in
    between all over the world.


    A long time Brooklyn, resident, Eric recently relocated
    to where the L Train does not run - Palma de Mallorca,
    Spain. While maintaining a relatively humble and low key
    presence in a highly competitive musical world, he has
    releases a prolific amount of music every year through
    indie labels such as L.I.E.S., Escho (Iceage), PPM (No Age), Paw Tracks (Animal Collective) and DFA.

    1. Kids In A Coma
    2. Rip It
    3. Fuck It Up
    4. Honorable Mentions
    5. Blue Honey
    6. On
    7. Cannibal World
    8. Don't Beat Your Baby
    9. Radio Weapons
    10. Get My Own
    Eric Copeland
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