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  • Weather Diaries Weather Diaries Quick View

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    Weather Diaries

    Ride's first album in over twenty years, Weather Diaries, will be released June 16th via Wichita Recordings. The album was produced by legendary DJ, producer and remixer Erol Alkan, and is packed with all the classic elements that made Ride one of the defining bands of the early '90s. Trembling distortion, beautiful harmonies, pounding rhythms, shimmering soundscapes and great songwriting all combine to make an album that's ambitious in scope, timeless and thoroughly addictive. The album will be released through Wichita Recordings and sees the band reunited with label co-founders Mark Bowen and Dick Green, who worked with Ride during the band's early years on Creation Records. It also brings the band back together with mixer Alan Moulder (Arctic Monkeys, Smashing Pumpkins, The Killers) who mixed their seminal 1990 album 'Nowhere' and produced its follow up 'Going Blank Again.'
    1. Lannoy Point
    2. Charm Assault
    3. All I Want
    4. Home Is A Feeling
    5. Weather Diaries
    6. Rocket Silver Symphony
    7. Lateral Alice
    8. Cali
    9. Integration Tape
    10. Impermanence
    11. White Sands
    Ride
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  • Nowhere Now Nowhere Now Quick View

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    Nowhere Now

    Oakland sextet Waterstrider rides the line between arpeggiated melancholy and the rhythmic gallop of afropop. Their 2015 debut Nowhere Now introduced the band's lush swell, its cinematic orchestration a dreamy counterpoint to bandleader Nate Salman's soaring falsetto.
    1. White Light
    2. Redwood
    3. Soundless Sea
    4. Passing Ships
    5. Just A Taste
    6. Calliope
    7. New Sun
    8. Zomoskepsis
    9. Nowhere Now
    10. Black Blood
    Waterstrider
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  • Desperate Ground Desperate Ground Quick View

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    Desperate Ground

    180 Gram Vinyl LP


    Vinyl LP pressed at RTI


    Desperate Ground, the new LP from The Thermals, is exactly what the title implies. A
    dangerous path. A crucial moment. A split second in time when you must stand and defend,
    kill or be killed. Nowhere to run. Nowhere to hide.
    No problem!


    The Thermals' sixth LP and first for Saddle Creek, Desperate Ground, is a true scrappy and
    scratchy return-to-form for The Thermals, with all the raw power and unhinged adolescent
    energy that made their early LP's so insanely enjoyable. Lyrically, the album is a brash and
    irresponsible ode to human violence, a black celebration of the inevitability of war and death.


    A dark and yet joyous affair, Desperate Ground tells the (murky) tale of a lone rogue in the
    night. One man, one path, one sword. An unceasing urge to destroy. A never-ending battle
    against the forces of nature.  A destiny impossible to avoid. All told, Desperate Ground is a
    loud, violent thrill ride, a punk LP as bloody action film. It's The Wipers meets "Die Hard" and
    "Excalibur".


    Desperate Ground was produced by John Agnello (Dinosaur Jr, Sonic Youth) in Hoboken,
    NJ. Agnello and The Thermals completed mixing just hours before Hurricane Sandy ravaged
    New Jersey. Desperate Ground indeed.

    1 Born To Kill
    2 You Will Be Free
    3 The Sunset
    4 I Go Alone
    5 The Sword By My Side
    6 You Will Find Me
    7 Faces Stay With Me
    8 The Howl Of The Winds
    9 Where I Stand
    10 Our Love Survives
    Thermals
    $17.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Good News For Modern Man Good News For Modern Man Quick View

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    Good News For Modern Man


    First Time On Vinyl For This 1999 Solo Album From Ex Husker Du Drummer/songwriter!


    No one has to ask what the hell happened to Grant Hart? anymore. When last heard from in 1994, he was releasing his second LP with Nova Mob. His absence since was perhaps atypical, but here he is again, resuming his solo career for the first time in ten years. The good news is that Good News doesn't sound like Nova Mob or 1991's visceral Last Days of Pompeii, nor does it repeat his more introspective 1989 solo LP Intolerance or 1988's accomplished 2541 EP. Production-wise, this is the most pleasant Hart has come across. A sugar rush is added to his pronounced hooks, adding warmth without robbing the attack of vitality. It's hard to describe -- the first thought might be the exuberance of Cheap Trick on Surrender, only not so thumping. Songs such as Nobody Rides for Free and Seka Knows are not traditional power pop as much as vaguely restrained, crunchy-under-the-surface melodic rock songs with slight '60s influence. This steady, understated exhilaration is consistent with Hart's affable personality. You see it most on the lightest selection, Run Run Run to the Centre Pompidou, a jaunty pop romp to nowhere in gay Paris. But it's just as prevalent in the slower, demure tracks such as You Don't Have to Tell Me Now and, most unique of all, the Chills-like New Zealand hush of Teeny's Hair. Hart's control now is as impressive as when he was contrarily blistering the night with such incredible intensity behind the drums in 1984. His best LP since he parted company with Bob Mould and Greg Norton? Very likely!


    - Jack Rabid (All Music Guide)

    1. Little Nemo
    2. Think It Over Now
    3. Nobody Rides For Free
    4. Run Run Run To The Centre Pompidou
    5. You Don't Have To Tell Me Now
    6. Teeny's Hair
    7. A Letter From Anne Marie
    8. In A Cold House
    9. Seka Knows
    10. Remains to Be Seen
    11. Let Rosemary Rock Him, Laura-Louise
    Grant Hart
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Nowhere (Out Of Stock) Nowhere (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Nowhere (Out Of Stock)

    One of the seminal records of the shoegazer movement, Ride's Nowhere (1990) typifies all of the best qualities of the movement's sound. Shimmering, psychedelic atmospheres, squalling guitars and distorted, hypnotic drones are well balanced by genuine pop songcraft here, all executed with a precision and mastery of a band at their absolute pinnacle.


    Seagull, the album's opener, pushed by the swirling twin guitar attack of Andy Bell and Mark Gardener, is simultaneously thunderous and radiant. Surging cuts like Polar Bear testify to Ride's skill at building dynamic tension and ringing sonic drama. Nowhere is Ride's finest moment, and as a definitive document of shoegazer bliss, it ranks right alongside My Bloody Valentine's classic Loveless.

    1. Seagull
    2. Kaleidoscope
    3. In A Different Place
    4. Polar Bear
    5. Dreams Burn Down
    6. Decay
    7. Paralysed
    8. Vapour Trail
    Ride
    $17.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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