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    Vega Intl. Night School

    While making Neon Indian's third album, Alan Palomo turned a crisis into an opportunity: When his laptop -- which contained demos of his new songs -- was stolen at the end of the Era Extraña tour, he started anew by drawing inspiration from his past. Vega Intl. Night School takes its name and sound from his previous electronic project VEGA and his pet name for his after-dark adventures, conveying the dazzling, fleeting allure of a night out. Era Extraña's crisper beats and textures hinted that Palomo might be headed in a more danceable direction, but on his third album, he finds ways to subvert expectations while remaining true to Neon Indian's essence.


    He applies his flair for mood-crafting to a palette of electro, funk, disco, new wave, and reggae, transforming his synth-heavy sound into a love letter to the fabulous keyboard tones of the '70s and '80s: Note the Baroque embellishments to Slumlord's filter-disco and the squiggles that make Street Level sound even more like forgotten Paisley Park brilliance. Prince and Daft Punk are two of the album's biggest influences, not just in sound but in spirit. The way these tracks flow into each other recalls the uninhibited, possibly inebriated way Homework's first few cuts blended into an atmospheric portrait of nightlife, a concept Palomo runs with on Vega Intl. Night School. Sounding like a field recording from an '80s nightclub, Smut! captures the disorienting, intoxicating feel of entering a party that's already in full swing; Techno Clique expresses the anonymity and intimacy of dancing with a stranger, and the luminous synths that close The Glitzy Hive might as well be sunrise peeking through the club's doors. Vega Intl. Night School's more structured songs are so good that it's easy to wish there were more of them

    1. Hit Parade
    2. Annie
    3. Street Level
    4. Smut!
    5. Bozo
    6. The Glitzy Hive
    7. Dear Skorpio Magazine
    8. Slumlord
    9. Slumlord Re-Release
    10. Techno Clique
    11. Baby's Eyes
    12. C'est La Vie (Say the Casualties!)
    13. 61 Cygni Ave
    14. News From The Sun (Live Bootleg)
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    Mia Pharaoh

    Miniature Tigers' third and newest album Mia Pharaoh stands on the platform of years of development. The Brooklyn, NY-based group has recently toured with the likes of Neon Indian, Ben Folds, the Morning Benders, Tennis, and the Walkmen to name a few and garnered much exposure over the last year with music featured in movies like Easy A and multiple placements in MTV's Teenwolf and Skins. Featuring lead single Boomerang.
    1. Sex On The Regular
    2. Female Doctor
    3. Cleopatra
    4. Afternoons With David Hockney
    5. Easy As All That
    6. Flower Door
    7. Boomerang
    8. Ugly Needs
    9. Angel Bath
    10. Husbands And Wives
    Miniature Tigers
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    The Love That Remains

    Savoir Adore has spent the past year working on the follow up to 2013's critically acclaimed Our Nature that
    featured stand-out track "Dreamers," which currently boasts over 4.7 streams on Spotify and 2.7 million YouTube
    views.


    The new album, The Love That Remains, was self-produced with mixing by Claudius Mittendorfer (Big Data,
    Neon Indian, Weezer) and finds the band at its most mature, honest and ambitious. Now led solely by principal
    songwriter/vocalist Paul Hammer, the album tackles themes of love, loss and the often-inescapable darkness of
    memories.


    The band has already shared anthemic single "Giants," which Neon Gold declared "has all the hallmarks of an
    early summer anthem to get the alt radio airwaves buzzing." The track premiered on WNYC's Soundcheck and
    was featured in NPR's coveted The Austin 100 SXSW preview, and received over 100,000 Spotify plays in its
    first weekend.

    1. Lovers Wake
    2. Giants
    3. Mountains (Love Won't Burn My Heart)
    4. Paradise Gold
    5. Savages
    6. Devotion
    7. Heaven
    8. Crowded Streets
    9. Other Worlds
    10. Beautiful Silence
    11. Night Song
    Savoir Adore
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    Galactic Melt (Out Of Stock)

    When talking about the music of COM TRUISE (one of the many pseudonyms of New Jersey designer/musician SETH HALEY), the nostalgia bit inevitably comes up, so let's get that out of the way. Yes, his songs tap classic sci-fi and proto-electro in a way that is distinctly early eighties in scope. But they're also remarkably weirdstutter-step proggy and intoxicatingly psychedelic, like those classic touchstones got drunk on lava lamp juice inside a pinball machine. After his well-received Cyanide Sisters EP, a grip of remixes for artists like Twin Shadow, Neon Indian, and, uh, Daft Punk, and a few floating MP3s, Truise's first LP, Galactic Melt, will finally enter brainspaces this summer. And what an appropriate title it bears. For a brief moment, opener Terminal subsumes you in warm, starry-eyed synth arpeggios, and then down the rabbit hole you gofrom the keyed up, skyscraping machine love of VHS Sex and Cathode Girls to opuses like Air Cal and Ether Drift that sound like Doogie Howser's idea of the perfect prom songmathy, forlorn, funky, and mighty in technical ambition. That they're all noticeably cinematic is, of course, by designHaley envisioned Galactic Melt as a sort of film scorefrom the mind, chronicling the lift and death of Com Truise, the world's first synthetic/robotic astronaut, from his creation and life on earth to his subsequent mission to a newly discovered galaxy called Wave 1. Eventually, Truise becomes one with his newfound cosmos, like Pinocchio becoming a real boy, but in the nether regions of imaginary space.
    1. Terminal

    2. VHS Sex
    3. Cathode Girls
    4. Air Cal
    5. Fightwave
    6. Hyperlips
    7. Brokendate
    8. Glawio
    9. Ether Drift
    10. Futureworld
    11. Galactic Melt
    Com Truise
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    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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