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  • Blood Blood Quick View

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    Blood

    Blood is the much anticipated sophomore album from the romantic soul-pop group Rhye. An album about the
    aftermath of love which pairs a sultry, subtle, funky brand of soul music with the warm, powerful, and totally unique
    vocals and lyrics of Mike Milosh.
    1.Waste
    2.Taste
    3.Feel Your Weight
    4.Please
    5.Count To Five
    6.Song For You
    7.Blood Knows
    8.Stay Safe
    9.Phoenix
    10.Softly
    11.Sinful
    Rhye
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  • Woman (Awaiting Repress) Woman (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Woman (Awaiting Repress)

    Inspired by love and new beginnings, LA-based duo Rhye formed under the guise of creating art inspired by classic beauty and honest emotion. Rhye fortuitously came together in late 2010 with the intention of collaborating on a remix but the obvious chemistry and mutual respect between artists metamorphosed into a completely new project. Recorded in Copenhagen and Los Angeles, their sound brings together elements of their modern cultural aesthetics mixed with an homage to classic sensibilities; lush strings and melodies intertwined with simple electronic production and soft and sultry vocals - a marriage between refined decadence and modern elegance.
    1. Open
    2. The Fall
    3. Last Dance
    4. Verse
    5. Shed Some Blood
    6. 3 Days
    7. One Of Those Summer Days
    8. Major Minor Love
    9. Hunger
    10. Woman
    Rhye
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    Queen II

    Its been called the greatest rock album ever recorded and unlike anything youve ever heard before. Tremendously influential among fellow musicians, it is an album that has only grown in stature over time. Queen II also featured the band's first Top 5 English and U.S. album rock hit with Seven Seas Of Rhye.


    This fall marks Queens return to studio recording for the first time in 13 years, to commemorate that occasion, Universal has created the Queen on Vinyl Collectors Edition re-issue program in which every Queen studio album is to be released on vinyl LPs over the next two years. The original albums are being re-issued correct in every detail to the original releases, including inner sleeves, packaging and bonuses.

    1. Procession
    2. Father To Son
    3. White Queen (As It Began)
    4. Some Day One Day
    5. The Loser In The End
    6. Ogre Battle
    7. The Fairy Fellers Master-Stroke
    8. Nevermore
    9. The March Of The Black Queen
    10. Funny How Love Is
    11. Seven Seas Of Rhye
    Queen
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    Rapture


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    Intoxicating and memorably tuneful - Pitchfork


    Gorgeously Weary - The Guardian


    An idiosyncratic, deeply individual voice - Clash Magazine


    The new album from Tropics, aka 27 year old Chris Ward, looks
    outwards, armed with a newfound confidence that foregrounds his
    vocal performance and songwriting.


    It's a musical progression that mirrors a personal one: the early Tropics
    output was all made in the idyllic, if isolated setting of Ward's
    grandmother's empty house in the seaside town of Southsea, which
    he moved into after graduating from university to focus on writing
    and recording. He was alone there - "like, really alone. For days, I had
    literally no distractions." Having moved to London in 2013, Ward now
    splits his time between the city and the road, having played in
    America, Mexico and across Europe throughout the past year with his
    live band Keith Vaz and Morgan Hislop.


    Tropics' new full-length Rapture is the culmination of this journey. A multi-instrumentalist
    from an early age, Ward has always drawn on his musical upbringing
    when composing, but this time around he's pushed himself to develop
    a fuller sound than ever with the help of Vaz, Hislop and specialist jazz
    drummer Gillan McLaughlin. Taking influence from Beach Boys, Max
    Roach and Arthur Russell, Ward has crafted an album that fuses his
    love of avant-garde percussion, 70s and 80s singer-songwriters such
    as Peter Gabriel known for pop-leaning hooks, and deep production
    that takes cues from ambient music.


    The very first iterance of the record is the crystal clear vocal that kicks
    off 'Blame'. Ward explains that performing live so much caused him to
    step outside of his comfort zone: "I used to be a bit dubious about
    using my vocal too much, and felt like my strength was in sampling
    and playing keys. It's kind of switched now in that I feel a lot more
    comfortable just holding a microphone and losing myself." Inspired by
    the vocal performances of the likes of Little Dragon and Innovative
    Leisure labelmates Rhye, Ward also found a new lease of life in
    experimenting with more androgynous vocals.


    But even as his sound has greater scope than ever before, Rapture is
    still a deeply personal endeavour. The majority of the songs started
    life in Ward's home, in front of a piano, before being built on in the
    studio. The first half of the record is a chronicle of a whirlwind
    relationship: the piano-led title track "Rapture" addresses this theme,
    striving for the throes of ecstatic happiness but never quite making it
    there. "It's got this feeling of hope and joy, even though it is coming
    from a sad place," says Ward. "It's about the struggles in your life to
    get to where you want to be." Elsewhere, lyrics such as, "You ran away
    just like my luck did" hint at Ward's love for literature and his poetic
    touch, something he further explores on the album's second side.
    Later, the album grows more ambient and the literary references more
    apparent. "Gloria" takes its name from the character of a frustrated
    wife in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Beautiful and Damned. Likewise,
    "Torrents of Spring" - also named for a work of 20th century American
    fiction - builds to a sax-led climax over two painstaking minutes, and
    the penultimate "House of Leaves" is "a really slow-burning ambient
    instrumental; it's kind of a nod to the first stuff I made".


    Whether filling dance floors or simply filling up your headspace,
    Rapture is an intricate and intimate record that presents the many
    faces of Tropics in a more revealing light than ever before.

    1. Blame
    2. Hunger
    3. Indigo
    4. Kwiat
    5. Rapture
    6. Perfume Kinship
    7. Torrents of Spring
    8. Home & Consonance
    9. Gloria
    10. House of Leaves
    11. Not Enough
    Tropics
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