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Into The Future (Awaiting Repress)Considered to be the holy grail of punk rock, Bad Brains are one of the definitive American
punk groups who garner the same respect as Sex Pistols, Black Flag, The Ramones and The
Clash. It's a return to form for the band that helped define American Punk and Hardcore music.1. Into The Future
3. We Belong Together
4. Youth Of Today
5. RubADub Love
6. Yes I
7. Suck Sess
8. Jah Love
9. Earnest Love
10. Come Down
12. Maybe A Joyful Noise
13. MCA Dub$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
FutureIt's something we all want the answers for. It's something we fear. It's something we want to have a grip on.
So we ask for clearcut forecasts, desperately seeking security in precise, defined direction. Tossing and turning, we think if we could just glimpse the end of the book, we'd rest easy. We make plans and maps, charting out our lives and where we want them to go. We find ourselves filled with anxieties, pressure, worries
Jordan Feliz knows the feeling.
But he didn't write his newest album, Future, because he figured out all the answers to his path. Quite the opposite. This record was born out of Feliz making peace with the fact that he doesn't, none of us can, know what his future holds. Cling to your best-laid plans until your knuckles turn white, mark your calendar up and down, worry yourself dizzy But the real answer is accepting that we do not hold the future in our own two hands. And thank goodness, because the One who does has already written better stories for us than we ever could.
Following widespread acclaim for his first album, The River, Jordan Feliz began the journey of recording a new one. But the process didn't start how he expected or hoped.
"I started going through anxiety and honestly didn't know how to begin, because I felt like 'Everything I create isn't going to be good enough.'" Jordan remembers.
He was on tour, trying to write for the album, but experiencing panic attacks. He found himself unable to connect with the songs he'd been working on.
"My head wasn't in the right spot. My heart wasn't either. it was more focused on appeasing people. It was listening to myself and not to God."
Then back home with friends and co-writers Paul Duncan and Colby Wedgeworth, he marched not around the fear, but through it. And on the other side was solid ground.
"I said 'What if I just can't do it?' but then Paul says to me 'Look man, there's no pressure. Everything in your future has already been plotted by Jesus. He has paved every step of the way for you, in a way to have favor on your life. Our future is not wound up in our success, but in the inheritance of God.'"
With those words, something clicked for Jordan. He took a breath. He let go. He remembered that his future is held by the strong, kind hands of the Father.
"Sometimes it's really hard to silence out the world and just listen to the small, still voice. But once I refocused and listened to Him, He had a message for me," Feliz shares. "A fire was set in me to write a song about freedom. A song we can sing to be stoked that every single day there's a God that loves us, never ceases, and never fails."
That day they wrote "Witness," which would go on to be Feliz's first single for Future, in only 45 minutes.
"And that's when the record started."
It's certainly not the first time Jordan's had to rely on faith. Six years ago, following much prayer, he and his wife ventured to Nashville after feeling called to make the move; the only catch: they didn't even have enough money to make it all the way from California to Music City. They were depending on a few performance gigs Jordan had along the route.
"But all the shows I was scheduled to play got cancelled. At first we were stressed and asking 'What do we do?'. We just felt like the Lord was saying 'You need to go.You just need to trust me.' We had to decide to think about what the Lord has for us, instead of what we have for ourselves. Watch and prepare for what He can do, not what we think we can do."
He ended up with a spontaneous opportunity to perform for less than 30 people, who bought more than enough merchandise to get the Felizes to Nashville.
"We sobbed in the car," he reflects. "For God to show us that He gives us more than we even need "
Jordan tells that story in the album's track "All Along," his most personal song to date. With the first lyric describing his literal first moment of breath, Feliz goes on to tell some of his life's highlights, revealing God's presence through each moment of every season.
And that's what marks this album as a mature step forward for the singer-songwriter. The vibrant pop melodies are not only infectious, but deep-rooted in the vulnerable walks of faith he's ventured through in the past year.
"This record is just chock-full of story. Every single song," Jordan says. "It's kind of me taking a piece of my life, my heart, my beliefs, and my trust in God and just giving them to people. And hopefully they'll hold onto the message and learn to trust God even more through it."
He wrote most of the album on the road with a hectic tour schedule and only eight other writers. Feliz was surprised to find that he loved this unorthodox writing process, saying it allowed for him and cowriters to spend more time simply experiencing life together, then reflect on it through creating music. Gone was the pressure to sit in a room and crank out a hit song. The result: more authentic songs that come from inspiration found in everyday life. Songs the musicians poured themselves into- including one of Jordan's favorites, "Faith," which came about from a middle-of-the-night writing session.
"That never would've happened back home," Jordan laughs.
And as Feliz and his team were wrapping up, something incredible happened for an album that began from a place of insecurity. When it came time to make the final song decisions, typically a stressful and challenging process, Jordan felt an unexpected peace.
"Not even kidding, the day we left that meeting, we all just kind of knew those were the songs. With The River, we thought through every little thing, but this time it feels like the Lord just gave us these songs and was like 'This is it. You don't need anything other than these.' And we still wrote over 40 songs, but it was so clear that these were the ones that were going to be recorded. We hadn't even heard them produced yet, so we were just hoping it was all going to turn out right and it did. These songs were gifted to me by the Lord."
Jordan Feliz belts out "Witness" to a roaring crowd.
"Your love is moving mountains every day of my life. Can I get a witness?"
Hands shoot up, voices join in, souls worship. Jordan beams. It's the smile of a heart that knows it's landed in the hands of its Protector. The smile of a heart, fearlessly honest, that is connecting with others. A heart that's traveled through uncertainty, and probably will again, but will always find home in the story already written for it.
Jordan listens to the new record, the latest season of his life in musical form. Those early doubts have transformed into peace. The shame into compassion. The worry into joy, and the fear into excitement.
"Probably craziest of all is that I didn't see any of it coming together at beginning. I thought 'There's no way this is going to get done and I'm going to be able to handle it,' and it just happened. This entire project comes down to the fact that every day I'm learning how to trust God more and more and more."
He doesn't know how the next chapter reads. But he knows something more important: the Author.
"Every time I think about the concept of this record, it feels like it's purposeful for people to grab onto the idea of a song and hold onto it for a very long time. That's what it stands for. It stands for what's coming. It stands for what God has for our life."
Written. Held.1. Witness
2. Count That High
4. Streets Of Gold
6. Lay It Down
8. All Along
11. That's The Life
12. My Shelter
13. Blank Canvas$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Future CrayonBroadcast will have their long out of print albums made available again through Warp Records on LP. This seminal catalogue encompasses the albums Work And Non Work, The Noise Made By People, Haha Sound, Tender Buttons, The Future Crayon and ...Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age.
Collecting most of Broadcast's EP tracks, B-sides, and rarities from The Noise Made by People and Haha Sound eras, Future Crayon is a welcome reminder of how consistently interesting the band's output is. Indeed, the band's other EP collection, Work and Non-Work, flowed just as well, if not better, than many other groups' full-length albums. Future Crayon isn't quite that cohesive, but it does chart how Broadcast's sound developed during that time, and also includes some tracks that even die-hard fans might have missed the first time around. The collection begins with a string of relatively poppy songs that rival the quality of anything that appeared on either The Noise Made by People or Haha Sound. Extended Play Two's Illumination is particularly gorgeous, opening with an insistent bassline and Trish Keenan's coolly lovely voice before achieving lift-off with clouds of backing vocals and art-damaged synths. Meanwhile, Still Feels Like Tears from the Pendulum EP takes the title track's stripped-down psych-rock in a lighter, sweeter direction, while Extended Play's Where Youth and Laughter Go begins as a clockwork lullaby and then swells into quintessentially Broadcast-like sci-fi lounge-pop. Future Crayon then delves into the more experimental side of the band's music, which usually only appears as brief interludes on their albums. 1998's Hammer Without a Master, which originally appeared on the Warp comp We Are Reasonable People and is one of this collection's rarest tracks, is an especially striking collage of horror-show organs and death-surf guitars grounded by jazzy drumming; along with Daves Dream, it sounds like a more elegant version of the sound Add N to (X) was pursuing at the time. The aptly-named Chord Simple is a lovely, oddly affecting instrumental that appears twice here, both on its own and as a part of a harder-edged version of Unchanging Window. While the decision to put most of the more accessible tracks on the first half of the disc is understandable, it doesn't always make for the easiest listening -- sometimes, it feels easy to get lost in the more abstract moments later on in the collection. Nevertheless, Future Crayon is a must for Broadcast obsessives and a good way for casual fans to explore some of the rougher edges of their music.
- Heather Phares (All Music)LP1
2. Still Feels Like Tears
3. Small Song IV
4. Where Youth and Laughter Go
5. One Hour Empire
6. Distant Call
7. Poem of a Dead Song
8. Hammer Without a Master
10. Chord Simple
1. Dave's Dream
3. Test Area
4. Unchanging Window / Chord Simple
5. A Man for Atlantis
6. Minus Two
7. Violent Playground
8. Belly Dance$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
ADAD-SEC-2710xWar On Drugs, The
Future WeatherThe War On Drugs is once again at the blurred edges of American music: overexposing studio limitations, piling tape upon tape to maximum density, and then, with each song, they pull off the scaffolding to reveal what sticks, keeping only whats absolutely necessary to dig into further. As on their debut Wagonwheel Blues, they take small moments occurring over multiple tapes and multiple song versions, and put every last drop of trust in their own instinct of momentum.
Future Weather is a provocative sometimes playful, sometimes weighty glimpse into The War On Drugs song-sculpting process, a process that remains a big mystery even to those on the inside. While some bands are content to merely pace the abyss, The War On Drugs coast through it. And along the way, Future Weather sidesteps most every connotation associated with the EP format. Theres a true coalescence and symmetry here, one of wash and drone, of momentum and tone, but also of theme.1. Come to the City #14
2. Baby Missiles
3. Comin' Through
4. A Pile of Tires
5. Comin' Around
7. Missiles Reprise
8. The History of Plastic$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Future DaysLP Has Been Out Of Print For Over 30 Years
Can was founded in 1968 by Irmin Schmidt, Holger
Czukay, Michael Karoli and Jaki Liebezeit who formed
a group which would utilize and transcend all boundaries of
ethnic, electronic, experimental, and modern classical music.
Future Days is the fifth studio album by Can. This is the
last album to feature Japanese vocalist Damo Suzuki. On
Future Days, the band explored the ambient direction they
had introduced into their sound on the previous year's Ege
Bamyasi creating a landmark in European electronic music.
Future Days is fiercely progressive, calming, complex,
intense, and beautiful all at once.
The band's powerful influence has never diminished, and
their indelible mark is apparent in the bands who freely
acknowledge their importance - from Portishead, James
Murphy, New Order, Factory Floor, Public Image Ltd, Mogwai,
Kanye West (who sampled 'Sing Swan Song') and Radiohead
- as well as across other disciplines such as visual art and
literature.1. Future Days
4. Bel Air$20.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
ADAD-JAG-6317xParts & Labor
Constant FutureConstant Future is the career-defining statement from Brooklyn-based noise-pop trio Parts & Labor. The albums 12 tracks deliver the bare essentials that made them sui generis totems of modern art-punk: synthesized keyboard riffs distorted into oblivion, percussion pummeled hypnotically, crackling drones that haunt and soothe, fearless melodies hollered skyward. Their last release, 2008s acclaimed Receivers, saw Parts & Labor blasting off in all directions and creating collage art from hundreds of fan-curated samples. But fifth album Constant Future finds them crashing back to earth, focusing pointedly on what they do best: unique, electronic landscapes melded with buzzing, anthemic hooks. Parts & Labor have distilled the lessons and experiences of nearly 10 years as a band into a catchy, blown-out masterwork.
Maximalist engineer Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Mogwai, Sleater-Kinney, MGMT) co-produced and mixed the album with P&L at his Tarbox Road Studios in Casadega, NY. A band already known for their dense, futuristic sound was ultimately transformed into something massive, beaming, downright nuclear. The album is the product of two years of vigorous writing and demoing which resulted in more than 40 songs. For the actual recording, Parts & Labor settled in a former boxing ring in Milwaukee to track the record themselves, with drummer Joe Wong leading the charge.
Over Constant Future's 39 minutes, vocalists Dan Friel and BJ Warshaw steadfastly chronicle several whirlwind years of growth, taking lyrical cues from the artful work of their musical heroes (Sonic Youth, Lungfish, Fugazi,Wire). The pair weave tales of teeth-baring city-scapes (Fake Names, Echo Chamber), the anxiety of death (Rest, Never Changer) and the horrifying pitfalls of our nascent century (Outnumbered, Skin And Bones). But, as their sunny refrains would imply, theres always a glimmer of hope, acceptance and love buried just beneath Parts & Labors paranoid surface (Without A Seed, Hurricane, A Thousand Roads).1. Fake Names
3. Constant Future
4. A Thousand Roads
6. Pure Annihilation
7. Skin And Bones
8. Echo Chamber
9. Without A Seed
10. Bright White
12. Never Changer$16.99Vinyl LP -Sealed Buy Now
Your Future Our ClutterIf there is a hint of mortality on Your Future Our Clutter, it's being dealt with by whipping up a white knuckle storm. Into their next decade with the same intensity they started, The Fall are once again at their most rampant. The album, like the band's current lineup, is lean and fast. The Fall at their forward moving, bone-shaking best.1. O.F.Y.C. Showcase
4. Cowboy George
5. Hot Cake
6. Y.F.O.C./Slippy Floor
8. Funnel Of Love
9. Weather Report 2$19.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Future Former SelfChappo was born in the East Village of New York in 2009 and in a few short years has created an enthusiastic and rambunctious following. Splitting the difference between the guitar driven psychedelia of 60's west coast rock and the spiritual witch doctor moonshine of Dr. John, they regularly turn their live show into nothing short of spectacle.1. Hello
2. Hang On
3. I'm Not Ready
4. I Don't Need the Sun
5. Run Me Into the Ground
6. Mad Magic
7. Hey Oh
8. Something's Ringing
9. Orange Afternoon
10. Ghetto Weekend$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Future Runs Magnetic
Limited Edition White Vinyl (1000 Pieces)
Gatefold Jacket Has Silver Foil Letter Pressed In
Drenik's sensitive vocals have faded into the background in deference to a tough, guitar heavy 70s attack not far at times
from Thin Lizzy or Blue Oyster Cult. That's immediately obvious when the first track, "Just Weight" opens on a wave of
guitar feedback before shifting to a majestic pop/rocker that doesn't overstay its welcome in about three and a half
minutes. - American Songwriter
There aren't a lot of frills or gimmicks surrounding Battleme's second album future runs magnetic because, simply
put, the music speaks for itself. Bombastic, driving and powerful, the album is a timeless
collection of rock anthems. -The Deli
Matt Drenik's latest (and greatest) musical incarnation Battleme is hard to put in one box. He conjures up potent rock
songs dressed up with lush power chords and clean production. That super chunky rock sound along with a heavy,
heavy tone of dreaminess as in stepping into a dreamland makes me think of bands like Spacehog, Silverchair, Smashing Pumpkins, Wires On Fire and even Dream Theater. - American Pancake1. Just Weight
2. I Know
3. Don't You Worry About Me Tonight
4. Shotgun Song
5. Nights on the Strand
6. We Get Out
7. We Are Underground
8. Cobweb Portrait
9. I Want My Kim Deal
10. I Am A Lightning Bolt
11. Future Runs Magnetic
12. Easy Come Riding$18.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Love The FutureWith their debut album Love the Future, the Harvard duo of D.A. Wallach and Maxwell Drummey, have boldy produced an album that is poised to break barriers and set new standards. The glorious She Loves Everybody mixes sensibilities equally drawing on Motown and power-pop. Beneath the Veil throws country twists into hip-hop aesthetics. Neal has echoes of swing, hip-hop and rock with a guitar break paying tribute to Les Paul.
The band has already been lauded by the press with features such as Spin's Who's Next `08 and Rolling Stone's Artists To Watch. And take it from no less than Pharrell Williams, who signed the unclassifiable duo to his Star Trak/Interscope label after an early copy of the album, recorded by the two largely in a dorm basement studio while they were students at Harvard, was passed from them to his engineer, Drew Coleman.
It's been a long time since I've heard a project teeming with this sort of musicality and originality, says Williams, the phenomenal artist/producer/trailblazer of Neptunes, N.E.R.D. and various other projects. You're going to watch history unfold with these guys. I feel it in my gut. That works for Wallach and Drummey, who trace an aesthetic lineage from Beethoven to Brian Wilson, from Les Paul to Prince to, well, Pharrell Williams. They see walls coming down with a new generation inspired by innovative artists like Gnarls Barkley and OutKast.1. Introduction
2. C'mon (On My Own)
3. Bebe Buell
4. String Interlude
5. The Jimmy Choos
6. Time To Unwind
8. Country Interlude
9. Beneath The Veil
11. Not Over You
12. She Loves Everybody
13. Sleep$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Future And The Past
Pressed On Red Colored Vinyl
'The Future and The Past' is Natalie Prass' sophomore LP, a stunning snapshot of a musician in a state of personal rediscovery and surging femininity. The celebratory and defiant record signals a significant artistic leap for Prass, finding her tapping into deep, dancey grooves that glisten with 80s pop and 90s R&B, nestled alongside quivering, lushly orchestrated ballads.1. Oh My
2. Short Court Style
3. Interlude: Your Fire
4. The Fire
5. Hot For The Mountain
8. Never Too Late
9. Ship Go Down
10. Nothing To Say
11. Far From You
12. Ain't Nobody$21.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Past, Present And Future (Awaiting Repress)Al Stewart's Past, Present and Future launched the artist from being an English coffeehouse staple
into a worldwide rock superstar thanks to the intriguing lyrics and melodies contained within the two sides
of this 1974 masterwork. While achieving cult-like status in the U.K. with his unique brand of folk/rock,
Past, Present and Future featured some of Al Stewart's finest songs like the prog-rock champions Roads
to Moscow, Soho (Needless to Say) and his timeless masterpiece Nostradamus.
While playing college gigs and opening for major recording acts across the states, Al Stewart's Past,
Present and Future grabbed the attention of astute rock radio programmers who had discovered the U.K.
import of this classic before it reached North America. Soon, tracks like Terminal Eyes ignited a wave of
requests, developing the popularity further, while having the luxury of entire sides being played on the
more esoteric FM radio stations across the states.
Aside from being a brilliant composer and wonderful vocalist, Al Stewart also plays some mean
acoustic and electric guitar alongside some of the most important players of our time like Rick Wakeman,
Roger Taylor, Tim Renwick and many others.
Friday Music is no stranger to the important musical catalog of Al Stewart. Therefore, it is with much
honor to continue the Al Stewart Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series with the first time audiophile
LP release of Past, Present and Future. Impeccably mastered from the original Janus Records tapes
by Joe Reagoso (Al Stewart/Yes/Traffic), this long out-of-print vinyl album is now back for you to enjoy in
a big way.
For this 40th Anniversary special limited edition release, we are also including the original rare album
cover artwork elements, in a first time gatefold cover, which will also enhance your hours of listening.
Soho And Needless To Say1. Old Admirals
2. Warren Harding
3. Soho (Needless to Say)
4. The Last Day of June 1934
5. Post World War Two Blues
6. Roads to Moscow
7. Terminal Eyes
8. Nostradamus$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Into The Mirror BlackImport
180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl
Limited Edition Of 666 Individually Numbered Copies On Transparent Blue Vinyl
Seattle's Sanctuary recorded Into the Mirror Black at the infamous Sound City Studios in 1989. The band triumphantly ignored suggestions to tweak their Bay-Area Thrash & traditional Heavy Metal sound in favour of the then more commercially-viable Seattle Grunge-sound, choosing instead to firmly hold their ground with this often overlooked masterpiece. The heavy guitar sounds which you'll found on the album leaves plenty of space for the rhythm section and riffs. The excellent vocal work of vocalist Warrel Dane can be heard on the strong opener Future Tense and the lighter Epitaph. This pure heavy metal album is balanced between their aggression, melodies and soloing and marks it as a musical triumph in the late 80's.
Although the band reached its demise in 1992, Warrel Dane (vocals) and Jim Shepherd (bass) later carried the Sanctuary legacy forward with the formation of Nevermore. In 2010 they reformed and brought their songs back on stage. Lead vocalist Warrel Dane died in 2017.1. Future Tense
2. Taste Revenge
3. Long Since Dark
5. Eden Lies Obscured
6. The Mirror Black
7. Seasons Of Destruction
8. One More Murder
9. Communion$36.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Reaching Into InfinityPressed On 2x Colored Vinyl
Long running Grammy-nominated extreme melodic power metal band DragonForce are set to release their seventh album, 'Reaching Into Infinity.' Once again recorded with Jens Bogren (Opeth, Katatonia, Soilwork), the producer extraordinaire who helmed the UK-based group's now three-year-old previous record 'Maximum Overload,' it will be available via Metal Blade Records in the United States.
'Reaching Into Infinity' introduces Italian drummer Gee Anzalone, who joined the band for their first ever 'best-of' collection, 'Killer Elite: The Hits, The Highs, The Vids', released in 2016. It's the third DragonForce album to feature frontman Marc Hudson, whose reign at the mic now enters its sixth year.
Musically speaking, 'Reaching Into Infinity' continues where DragonForce left off with 'Maximum Overload', the band's faster material becoming even faster still, while the melodic parts head even further in that particular direction. The band offers no apologies for the inclusion of a 1980s rock-style ballad entitled 'Silence' and, at the other end of the spectrum, there's even an 11-minute multi-tempoed monster called 'The Edge Of The World'.
"'The Edge Of The World' is DragonForce's longest ever song," says Li proudly. "In some ways, this album is more epic than anything we've done before."'The Edge Of The World' is extremely ambitious, channeling growled vocals from Hudson and fusing them with a stunning arrangement that twists and turns like the proverbial dragon's tail. The 'Force go prog-rock, anyone?
"Why not?" Li responds. "Marc's favorite style of music is prog, and I'm a massive fan of Dream Theater, so there's an element of that going on. With each album that we make, the band reveals more and more if its influences, constantly adding to what we can do."
"We have proven that playing fast is something we were good at, so this time I wanted to bring even more diversity into our music," Fred elaborates. "It's great to challenge ourselves instead of staying in a comfort zone, and I really wanted to experiment with Marc's vocals. I think people are going to be surprised at his brutality."
The title corresponds with the album's highly impressive sleeve art, which features a dragon bursting through a wormhole into a hi-tech, futuristic cityscape.
"The dragon represents us - DragonForce - and a form of music that's been around for a very long time, emerging into an outside world that's infinitely more crazy and chaotic than it was ten years ago," Li explains, using considerable understatement. "Everyone is saying that there's no future and there's a lot of fear and uncertainty, especially for younger people, but our music is an escape from it all."
The bulk of the album was laid down at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden, though additional parts were cut in studios around the UK and in California. They had to be - "Since 'Killer Elite' it's been non-stop for us," Li comments.
Adds Leclercq: "We flew out, played a festival, headed back into the studio, then went back out again. It was very intense and tiring. I obviously played bass but also a lot of rhythm guitar, electric and acoustic, and lost my temper a few times - I think we all did at some point because we wanted to deliver nothing but the best."
Expect many of these songs to become firm live favorites, particularly the super-fast 'Midnight Madness' (feted as the album's second video track), when DragonForce hit the road again. As usual, their itinerary will take them to the four corners of the world.LP 1
1. Reaching into Infinity
2. Ashes of the Dawn
3. Judgement Day
4. Astral Empire
5. Curse of Darkness
7. Midnight Madness
2. Land of Shattered Dreams
3. The Edge of the World
4. Our Final Stand
5. Hatred and Revenge (Bonus Track)
6. Evil Dead (Bonus Track)$33.99Colored Vinyl LP -2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
The Future's Void
"'Satellites' pulls in sounds with operatic force...
Easily the most bracing thing yet from an artist
already more bracing than most."
- Pitchfork (Best New Track)
"It sounds amazing. Seriously. It's the fucking
best." - Stereogum
"An Industro Fuzz Giant - 'The Future's Void' will
swallow early 2014." - Spin
Erika M. Anderson first graced the limelight under
the guise of EMA in May 2011, when the brilliantly
scuffed debut album Past Life Martyred Saints was
released to a multitude of acclaim. After fronting
the genre-defying cult duo Gowns, Past Life
Martyred Saints offered a deeper glimpse into the
world of EMA.
If Past Life Martyred Saints was an inward
exploration of human relationships and their
toll, The Future's Void catapults them out into
space, both thematically and musically. Drawing
from references as diverse as The Neuromancer,
NIN & riot grrl, the album meditates on universal
themes of how we interact with the wider world
and how that interaction is increasingly modified
"This record is the sound of resistance to digital
commodification" Erika explains. "I naturally
gravitate towards hooks and melodies and in
some ways, the structure of these songs is the
poppiest yet. The harshness and production
strikes a balance with that so they don't sound like
they could be on adverts."1. Satellites
2. So Blonde
7. When She Comes
8. 100 Years
10. Dead Celebrity$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
ArtScienceRobert Glasper Experiment's ArtScience is a driving, ambitious album that forges into new territory, capturing the essence of R&B and Jazz while leaning on Glasper's hip-hop roots. Shedding outside performers and relying solely on the vocal talents of the Experiment, ArtScience is drenched in vocal effects and spans decades of music while firmly stepping into the future. The album weaves through Hip-Hop, R&B, Stevie Wonder-era Disco, and 90s slow jams.1. This Is Not Fear
2. Thinkin Bout You
3. Day To Day
4 .No One Like You
5. You And Me
6. Tell Me A Bedtime Story
7. Find You
8. In My Mind
9. Hurry Slowly
10. Written In Stone
11. Let's Fall In Love
12. Human$25.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Need To KnowWritten in a studio built from the ground up in a former cement factory, the resulting output is a unique and powerful collection of neon-lit new wave pop cut with modern rock aesthetics, led by the ebullient and catchy single, Weekend." It's the sound of a band emerging triumphantly from the trials of their past and looking fearlessly into the future.1. Call To Arms
2. Put 'Em Up
4. Friends & Demons
5. Lost Gold
6. New Thing
7. Paper Tiger
8. Big Love
9. Need To Know
10. Mother Mary$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
ForewordProgressive prodigies DISPERSE push onward evermore, and their new album 'Foreword' sees them emerge as a force both bold and sublime. Elegant, gossamer melodies from man and machine stick like neural implants, while emerging guitar virtuoso Jakob Zytecki conceives riffs as intricate as circuitry. Stunning tracks such "Stay", "Surrender", "Bubbles", and "Tomorrow" radiate vivid hues of sound like a prism. 'Foreword' is uplifting and inspirational, and sees DISPERSE take a bold step into the future.1. Stay
6. Sleeping Ivy
7. Does It Matter How Far?
11. Kites$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Death MagneticOne of the most influential bands in music, ranked eighth on the list of the biggest-selling groups in history, Metallica unveils its ninth studio album, Death Magnetic. The band's first album in five years, Death Magnetic is also its first with renowned producer Rick Rubin, first with bassist Robert Trujillo and first on Warner Bros. Heavy and thrashy, unafraid to embrace the band's past yet move into the future, Death Magnetic, says Kirk Hammett, is the best album we've put out in, say, 15 years.1. That Was Just Your Life
2. The End of the Line
3. Broken, Beat & Scarred
4. The Day That Never Comes
5. All Nightmare Long
7. The Unforgiven III
8. The Judas Kiss
9. Suicide & Redemption
10. My Apocalypse$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
The Marcus King BandAt only 20 years of age, Marcus King's dazzling musical ability is on full display throughout The Marcus King Band, the young phenom's 2nd full-length LP. The album was produced by King's champion Warren Haynes, who expertly wraps the band's muscular live energy around a rising young songwriter of unusual clarity and depth. The album was largely written during this past year on the road while the band played ever-larger venues and festivals to a burgeoning fan base. Haynes expertly captured the group's blazing live sound as well as the restrained and subtle talent of a passionate young singer-songwriter reaching well beyond his years and into the future.LP 1
1. Ain't Nothin' Wrong With That
2. Devil's Land
3. Rita Is Gone
5. Jealous Man
6. The Man You Didn't Know (Long Version)
1. Plant Your Corn Early
2. Radio Soldier
3. Guitar In My Hands
4. Thespian Espionage
6. Sorry 'Bout Your Lover
7. Dave's Apparition Part II
8. The Mystery Of Mr. Eads$29.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
In 2009, Kraftwerk have upgraded their Kling Klang masters with the latest studio technology and these magnificent recordings still sound like nothing else in the history of music. Kraftwerk are unique, pristine, profound and beautiful. Decades may pass, but their streamlined synthetic symphonies stand outside time, as fresh as tomorrow, transcendent and sublime.
Kraftwerk beam themselves into the future here by writing about home computers, online dating and globalized electronic surveillance years before these phenomena truly came into existence. A journey into the bright hopes and dark fears of the booming microchip revolution, Computer World is a serenely beautiful and almost seamless collage of sensual melodies and liquid beatscapes. Tracks like Numbers and Pocket Calculator, with their weightless bleeps and elastic beats, predict the silky rhythms of Chicago house and inspire a generation of Detroit techno artists. Kraftwerk's fanfare for the silicon age still sounds ageless, timeless and throbbing with invention.1. Computer World
2. Pocket Calculator
4. Computer World 2
5. Computer Love
6. Home Computer
7. Its More Fun To Compute$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
VRed Colored Vinyl
Includes Bonus Track This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like A MotherF****r
Interscope Records will release V - the new album by Maroon 5. True to its title, V represents the fifth full-length studio effort from the Grammy Award winning superstar band. Considering that career benchmark, Maroon 5's latest provides a sonic summation of the group's journey to date - capturing the essence of the earliest M5 hits through to their most recent successes, as well as providing a picture of its artistic growth
into the future.
Bringing it all back home, V features the return of M5's original keyboardist Jesse Carmichael to the fold, rejoining frontman Adam Levine, guitarist James Valentine, bassist Mickey Madden, drummer/percussionist Matt Flynn, and keyboardist PJ Morton after a two-year hiatus. V also builds on the momentum of the most successful period in M5's history, re-teaming the band with previous collaborators and featuring some unexpected new friends, too.1. Maps
3. It Was Always You
4. Unkiss Me
6. Leaving California
7. In Your Pocket
8. New Love
9. Coming Back For You
11. This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like A MotherF****r$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
IVThe rock canon has many anti-heroes, Black Mountain being the latest. In the past, Can's Tago Mago established that the only rule in rock and roll is that there are no rules. Pink Floyd's prodigious output in the 70s showed us that architecture can be cool, while unskilled laborers Black Sabbath demonstrated you can make a lot from not that much. Now Black Mountain teach us that you don't have to be afraid of the past to move bravely into the future, defining what it is to be a classic rock band in the new millennium. IV is their Houses of the Holy, an unapologetically ambitious record made by a group of musicians who are at the peak of their powers.LP 1
1. Mothers Of The Sun
2. Florian Saucer Attack
4. You Can Dream
6. Line Them All Up
1. Cemetery Breeding
2. (Over And Over) The Chain
3. Crucify Me
4. Space To Bakersfield$23.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
War Of The GargantuasWar Of The Gargantuas is a split release from Philip H. Anselmo and Warbeast, and as Anselmo states, the split serves as "a glimpse into the future of both my solo project and ultimate thrash metallers Warbeast.
On the concept of the album, Anselmo says, The title of the split is War Of The Gargantuas and it is fitting on many levels because of our combined love for the '60's Japanese film of the same name, the power of our combined musical output(s) and our humorous affection that plays out within each of our 'Gargantuan' personalities. Both Warbeast and myself have full length LP's that will be released shortly after this is released, but this split is unique musically. It is a time capsule; a loud pause 'til we both release our full length products. Enjoy the destruction of music!"
Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals:
Philip H. Anselmo (vocals)
Marzi Montazeri (guitars)
Bennett Bartley (bass)
Jose Manuel Gonzales (drums)
Bruce Corbitt (vocals)
Scott Shelby (lead guitar)
Joe Gonzalez (drums)
Bobby Tillotson Jr. (lead guitar)
Alan Bovee (bass)1. Conflict
2. Birth Of a Psycho
3. Family, Friends and Associates
4. IT$12.9910 Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now