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  • Memories... Do Not Open Memories... Do Not Open Quick View

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    Memories... Do Not Open

    Pressed On 150-Gram Translucent Gold Vinyl


    Memories Do Not Open is the debut full-length album from Grammy Award winning artist/producer duo The Chainsmokers. Comprised of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, The Chainsmokers have evolved into a dominating musical force with a diverse repertoire of songs that have led them to become today's hottest young artist/producer duo. With a signature sound that deftly reaches across indie, progressive and pop realms, their original tracks and remixes have topped the charts throughout the world.


    The album features the just certified Gold first single Paris, a brand new single with Coldplay - Something Just Like This, and 10 additional brand new, never before heard tracks from the hit-making duo.


    The Chainsmokers have dominated radio charts for the past two years, and along the way sold over 10 million singles. They have also performed all over the world to sold-out crowds at their own headline shows and major festivals including SXSW, Ultra and Coachella, and also at the 2017 Brit Awards, the 2016 American Music Awards and the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.

    1. The One
    2. Break Up Every Night
    3. Bloodstream
    4. Don't Say (feat. Emily Warren)
    5. Something Just Like This (feat. Coldplay)
    6. My Type (feat. Emily Warren)
    7. It Won't Kill Ya (feat. Louane)
    8. Paris
    9. Honest
    10. Wake Up Alone (feat. JhenÉ Aiko)
    11. Young
    12. Last Day Alive (feat. Florida Georgia Line)
    The Chainsmokers
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    Something Else Again

    "Freedom." The very mention of the song conjures images of Richie Havens at Woodstock, fiercely strumming his guitar and lost in an improvisational moment of creation. An intensely engaging performer, Havens honed his craft in the clubs and cafes of Greenwich Village, just over the bridge from his native Brooklyn. Painter, poet and multi-instrumentalist, Havens immersed himself in the Village's beatnik culture just as the nascent folk scene began to develop. Connecting with uber-manager Albert Grossman, then guiding the careers of Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul and Mary, Havens rose to the top tier of the international folk movement.


    Signed to Verve Forecast, Havens released his first album, Mixed Bag, in August of 1967. The intriguing LP gathered songs from Gordon Lightfoot, Bob Dylan, Lennon/McCartney as well as two self-penned compositions and one co-written with future acting star Lou Gossett, Jr. The album's instrumentation featured Havens on sitar and acoustic guitar played in his unique style, thumb chording songs in open D tuning. Soaring above it all was his commanding baritone, a voice that injected gravitas into every song, bringing the lyrics to vivid life. A stunning debut, it climbed both the pop and jazz Billboard charts.


    Havens followed up a year later with Something Else Again:. The cover portrait found Havens clad in dashiki and wearing beads while playing a sitar, looking like a standard bearer for the counterculture. The songs' subject matter followed that direction as well, dealing primarily with social issues rather than relationships. It was another charting record for Havens, reaching #184 on Billboard's Pop Albums. More than mere albums, Mixed Bag and Something Else Again: were signposts for a rapidly changing culture, leading the way to a more enlightened existence.


    Sundazed Music presents these two vital albums in their rare mono versions, sourced from the original Verve masters, and pressed on lush 180gm vinyl. Cue them up and hear the glorious sound of artistic freedom pouring from your speakers.

    1. No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
    2. Inside Of Him
    3. The Klan
    4. Sugarplums
    5. Don't Listen To Me
    6. From The Prison
    7. Maggie's Farm
    8. Somethin' Else Again
    9. New City
    10. Run, Shaker Life
    Richie Havens
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    Like A Rose

    Ashley Monroe, a member of the critically acclaimed trio Pistol Annies, presents her first Warner Nashville solo album, Like A Rose. Most folks, as soon as they hear Ashley Monroe, instantly recognize one thing: she's the real deal. Her songs resonate so profoundly because they reflect the experiences of an artist who, although she is just 26, has already seen both the best and worst that life has to offer.


    Like a Rose has been a long time coming. Monroe has been creating music for more than half of her life-attracting along the way kudos from such music world giants as Dolly Parton, Guy Clark, Vince Gill and Jack White. Her new, full-length album release serves both to fill in the back-story and impart to us who she is today. At times her songs are dead serious, at others utterly hilarious, but always Monroe is an original with a compelling story to share.


    Monroe spent her childhood in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she immersed herself in all varieties of music ranging from country-she's not-too-distantly related to members of the legendary Carter Family-to rock, pop, rap and even opera. When she was 11, Monroe won a talent contest singing "I Want To Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart" and two years later her father gave Ashley her first guitar. She developed a passion for writing songs, discovering that she could easily communicate her thoughts and sentiments through a six-string and her dynamic, exceptional voice.


    One of the most rewarding artistic adventures for Ashley to date has been the Pistol Annies, a trio she co-formed in 2011 with her friend Miranda Lambert, whose chart-topping hit "Heart Like Mine" Ashley co-penned, and newcomer Angaleena Presley. Pistol Annies have provided Monroe with yet another outlet for her music. Their album, Hell on Heels, garnered rave reviews. The All Music Guide called the trio "a remarkably democratic supergroup" while veteran music critic Robert Christgau gave the album an A grade, citing its "expertly executed tunes."


    Despite her list of previous accomplishments, everything she's done so far feels like it's been pointing the way toward Like a Rose. With songs that run the gamut from feel-good to controversial to contemplative, the album, produced by country music titan Vince Gill, offers the full range of Ashley Monroe's songwriting and performing skills. To maintain the honesty of Ashley's songs, Gill and the singer chose to record the album the way most of the greatest albums ever were made: sans gimmickry. "We just got the band in a circle and started playing the songs," Ashley says, "and once we felt like we had a feel for it, I'd do my vocal live-I never went back in to do a second vocal. Everyone put everything we had into the songs. There was a buzz in the room. We all had fun-it felt like a big old family, the way records used to be made."


    Some of the songs were newly written for the album; others date back several years and felt right to revisit. The semi-autobiographical title track, one of the uncontestable highlights of the set, was co-written about six years ago with another totem of the American song-crafting community, Texan legend Guy Clark.


    One song that is bound to raise some eyebrows refers to the same favored flower of the title tune, but in a much different sense: "Weed Instead of Roses" tells of a woman's desire to get a gift she actually desires from her beau, not just something that smells good.


    "You Got Me" was co-written by Monroe and Karen Fairchild. Says Ashley, "It's about an addiction to something-one thing or another, whether you're stuck in a bad relationship or alcohol or whatever it is-and you try to hide it and fight it but you're kind of saying, 'Alright, you got me.'


    On a more light-hearted note is "Monroe Suede," based on "a slick character that tries to get away all the time." Another is the self-explanatory "You Ain't Dolly (And You Ain't Porter)," a duet featuring Lambert's husband, CMA Entertainer of the Year Blake Shelton. "Morning After" confronts that uneasy feeling that often follows a too-good time and "She's Driving Me Out Of Your Mind," written with Jon Randall Stewart, comes straight from one of Ashley's many journals. "Two Weeks Late" was suggested by singer-songwriter Shane McAnally, who co-wrote it with Monroe. "He came in and said, 'I heard this phrase at the ATM: I'm a dollar short and two weeks late.' That was another one that just fell out. I grabbed the guitar and we started writing it up.


    "Used," another standout, is an update of a song that appeared on Monroe's Satisfied album. "It came to me when I was about 17 and my manager at the time had just bought me this old 1950s Gibson guitar," she says. It came into my mind that things are worth more used, and I thought about my mom, who had lost my dad when she was 38. I was thinking, she had two kids, she's been through a lot, and, bless her heart, it's all gonna be worth it. Vince and I worked up this new version, which made it fresh for me."


    And fresh it all is. Like a Rose avoids the trappings of too much contemporary music by sticking to the basics: memorable songs, incredible musicians, a superb voice, all of it captured honestly and without frills. As the saying goes, sometimes we need to stop and smell the roses. Take a whiff of Like a Rose and you'll find it smells pretty darn sweet.

    1. Like A Rose
    2. Two Weeks Late
    3. Used
    4. Weed Instead of Roses
    5. You Got Me
    6. The Morning After
    7. Monroe Suede
    8. She's Driving Me Out Of Your Mind
    9. You Ain't Dolly (And You Ain't Porter) ft. Blake Shelton
    Ashley Monroe
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    Keep It Like A Secret

    Doug Martsch is enough of a guitar god to fill Keep It Like a Secret, one of indie rock's strongest 1999 major-label releases, with blazing solos. He's also ambivalent about the whole thing, which allows him to highlight the album with You Were Right, a despairing litany of classic-rock lyrical hooks.


    Most guitar heroes make their mark by doing something extravagant, like playing with their teeth or with their instrument in flames. Doug Martsch of Boise, Idaho's Built to Spill has acquired his guru status by simpler means--he combines his trippy, meandering guitar style with classic pop structures. Doug Martsch also wins points for singing about small-scale moments as well as huge moral abstractions, from watching TV to contemplating the center of the universe. By subtly balancing the forest of dense guitars with Doug Martsch's oddly prosaic yet uncannily beautiful singing, Built to Spill hold the rare achievement of making music that's rooted yet allows you to fly. Time Trap begins with a harplike guitar line floating above a heavy wave of distortion, drifts into a reggae pattern, and eventually rises to the high step of musical theater. The charming and funny You Were Right decides once and for all which of the classic-rock clichÉs ring true. You were wrong when you said, 'Everything's going to be all right' / You were right when you said, 'We're all just bricks in the wall.' It is a richly deserved analysis from alt rock's heroic Everyman.

    1. The Plan
    2. Center Of The Universe
    3. Carry The Zero

    4. Sidewalk
    5. Bad Light
    6. Time Trap

    7. Else
    8. You Were Right
    9. Temporarily Blind

    10. Broken Chairs
    Built To Spill
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    Future's Past (Awaiting Repress)

    DAVE MASON--Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and TRAFFIC co-founding member--has announced the release his new album, FUTURE'S PAST (Something Music/MRI) featuring new versions of his classic songs plus new material that he has written and performed on tour over the last few years. Renowned for such Traffic hits as Feelin' Alright (covered by Joe Cocker) and Hole In My Shoe plus his solo signature tracks We Just Disagree and Only You Know and I Know, MASON's acclaimed solo career continues to flourish as he tours the U.S. with his new project billed as DAVE MASON'S TRAFFIC JAM.


    The cover art illustration for FUTURE'S PAST was done by none other than Mr. Graham Nash from a photo he made of DAVE while at Nash's place in Hawaii.


    Of the new release, MASON says, There is a great version of 'Dear Mr. Fantasy' that is kind of a re-write. There is a version of 'World in Changes' that is absolutely nothing like the original and there is a great live version that is absolutely beautiful of 'Sad and Deep as You.' There are two or three songs that were on a CD called 26 Letters 12 Notes that I did seven years ago, a Robert Johnson song, 'Come On in My Kitchen' and a brand new song called 'That's Freedom.'


    - Broadway World

    1. Dear Mr. Fantasy
    2. World in Changes
    3. You Can All Join In
    4. As Sad And Deep As You
    5. Good 2 U
    6. El Toro (Spanish Blues)
    7. Come On In My Kitchen
    8. How Do I Get To Heaven
    9. That's Freedom
    Dave Mason
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    Imperium

    Blouse's first record was a break out success for us two years ago. It was lush, synthy and a little dark. This record sees them breaking the mold a little bit and stripping down to just guitar/bass/drums, yet it still manages to sound really lush and vibrant. This record, like a classic blouse, is something everyone should have.
    1. Imperium
    2. Eyesite
    3. 1000 Years
    4. In a Glass
    5. Capote
    6. A Feeling Like This
    7. No Shelter
    8. Happy Days
    9. Arrested
    10. Trust Me
    Blouse
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    The Innocents


    Drawing from the androgynous folk-rock vocals so characteristic of early
    '60s and '70s outsider folk singers like Vashti Bunyan and Sibylle Baier,
    Weyes Blood's Natalie Mering never hesitates to dive head-first into
    complex and mature arrangements.- Fader


    Singing at once with vulnerability and strength through an austere,
    multi-layered warble, Mering searches for truth and light while facing the
    end of something. - Pitchfork


    'Hang On,' its first single, sounds like a tweaked and adrift version of '60s
    folk music. - Stereogum


    The Innocents is the name of the second album by southeastern
    Pennsylvania's Natalie Mering, who performs as Weyes Blood. Its ten
    songs confront us with a vocalist of rare choral purity; lyrics so
    emotionally unflinching that they could pierce stone; music rooted
    in American and British folk, then pulled and stretched at its fringes,
    like a sweater that's just begun to unravel. As you sift through her
    words, you'll feel something, and you'll associate those feelings with
    past experiences that may cause you to associate them with
    something more, something that affects your own emotional state.
    The Innocents is akin to the most primal form of expression:
    elements laid bare, deeply connected to the past, and miles away
    from anything else you're likely to hear in music today.

    1. Land of Broken Dreams
    2. Hang On
    3. Some Winters
    4. Summer
    5. Requiem for Forgiveness
    6. Ashes
    7. Bad Magic
    8. February Skies
    9. Montrose
    10. Bound to Earth
    Weyes Blood
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    Time Travel

    Oh, by now, I must have grown, Alessi Laurent-Marke croons beautifully, four songs into her stunning sophomore album Time Travel.


    And hasn't she just - not yet 21 but already a seasoned pro, having recorded her debut album aged just 17, with members of Bright Eyes, and touring with the likes of Laura Marling, Mumford & Sons and Brighton cult faves the Willkommen Collective. Time Travel is the first Alessi's Ark album since signing to Bella Union, where her acutely melodic and exquisitely tender folk-pop charms haven't just grown; they've blossomed into something extraordinarily mature.

    1. Kind of Man
    2. Wire
    3. On The Plains
    4. Must Have Grown
    5. Time Travel
    6. The Fever
    7. Blanket
    8. Maybe I Know
    9. Stalemate
    10. The Robot
    11. Run
    12. The Bird Song
    Alessi's Ark
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    Deafman Glance

    I was under a lot of stress because I was trying to make an anti-folk
    record and I was having trouble doing it. I wanted to make something
    deep-fried and more me-sounding. I didn't want to be jammy acoustic
    guy anymore. I just wanted to make something weird and far-out that
    came from the heart finally. I was always trying to make something
    like this I guess, trying to catch up with my imagination. And I think
    I succeeded in that way - it's got some weird instrumentation on
    there, and some surreal far-out words.


    I'm lucky enough to have some people who are playing on it who had
    a big part in shaping the songs and writing with me. Cooper Crain, the
    guy who engineered it, and played all the synthesizers. And when the
    flute guy, Nate Lepine came in, that was really something that made
    it special. The producer was this guy LeRoy Bach. I love LeRoy, he's a
    really talented guy. He did the last record too.


    And it's more Chicago-y sounding. Chicago sounds like a train
    constantly coming towards you but never arriving. That's the sound I
    hear, all the time, ringing in my ears.

    1. In Castle Dome
    2. 22 Days
    3. Accommodations
    4. Can't Ask Why
    5. Opposite Mind
    6. Telluride Speed
    7. Expired
    8. Rocks on Rainbow
    9. Spoil with the Rest
    Ryley Walker
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    So Much More

    Dennen's soulful album is a folk rock revelation...if you're one of those Paul Simon fans who wish he'd return to 'Graceland' already, we've found just the tune for you. But it isn't exactly a 'Graceland' tribute; there are also shades of Joni Mitchell and James Taylor. And the meditative 'I Asked When' is a positively Dylanesque protest song - Washington Post. The dude has a gift for hooks. But unlike Gavin DeGraw or Jason Mraz, Dennen has something to say, putting him closer to skilled songsmiths like Jeff Tweedy and Ray LaMontagne, who also combine seductive voices with relatable premises. Dennen's finely nuanced record gets more captivating with each listen - Paste.
    1. Ain't No Reason
    2. There Is So Much More
    3. Darlin' Do Not Fear
    4. Because You Are a Woman
    5. She's Mine
    6. One Who Loves You the Most, The
    7. I Asked When
    8. When You Feel It
    9. So Long Sweet Misery
    10. Someday
    Brett Dennen
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    Magpie And The Dandelion (Awaiting Repress)

    The Avett Brothers' Magpie and the Dandelion follows last year's The Carpenter and will mark the third time the band has collaborated with producer Rick Rubin. The album's first single, Another Is Waiting, debuted on NPR in August. In an open letter to, the band revealed that the forthcoming album was recorded during the same sessions as their last album. While we were working on 'The Carpenter,' we were so inspired that we wrote another record as well, the band writes. During those sessions, we just felt it. Working with Rick Rubin again, we tapped into something very special. It's like everybody was in the same zone.
    1. Open Ended Life
    2. Morning Song
    3. Never Been Alive

    4. Another is Waiting
    5. Bring Your Love to Me
    6. Good to You
    7. Apart From Me
    8. Skin and Bones
    9. Souls Like the Wheels
    10. Vanity
    11. The Clearness is Gone
    12. Vanity (Demo)
    13. Every Morning Song (Demo)
    14. Another is Waiting (Demo)
    15. Bring Your Love (Demo)
    Avett Brothers
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    Essential


    Soulwax are the first artists to ever submit an entire hour's worth of original material for a BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix. It felt like a challenge, the band explain, and something no-one had done. We loved the challenge of releasing a full record live on a radio show without people having any advance notice, and we always wanted to release it on DEEWEE after it was aired on Radio 1. Recorded in just under two weeks at Soulwax's DEEWEE studio in Gent, it comprises 12 tracks named Essential One through Essential Twelve, each one based around the word essential.
    1. Essential 1
    2. Essential 2
    3. Essential 3
    4. Essential 4
    5. Essential 5
    6. Essential 6
    7. Essential 7
    8. Essential 8
    9. Essential 9
    10. Essential 10
    11. Essential 11
    12. Essential 12
    Soulwax
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    The Graduation Ceremony (Awaiting Repress)

    Co-produced with John Alagia, The Graduation Ceremony marks Jospeh Arthurs first solo album since Nuclear Daydream (2006) and follow-up to Fistful of Mercy, his 2010 collaboration with Ben Harper and Dhani Harrison. I wanted to make something simple, says Arthur, who originally planned to release the project as a duo with the albums drummer, the legendary Jim Keltner (Bob Dylan, John Lennon). The Graduation Ceremony began as a minimally produced, acoustic album of classic songwriting that grew to be an elegantly orchestrated, haunting body of work.


    Joseph Arthurs music has been described as a dynamic swirl of noise that somehow appears magically around him (NPR), emotional (but tuneful) exorcisms (Entertainment Weekly), and lush, poetic, squalling, spiritual, and strange. Just like life (Boston Globe). Vanity Fair has hailed him as one of our most emotionally revealing and talented singer-songwriters. Michael Stipe once told the Los Angeles Times, Jo is one of those rare writer-performers where you get the sense, whatever you believe, that something greater is being channeled through his music and voice. It touches something very deep and universal.

    1. Out On A Limb

    2. Horses
    3. Almost Blue
    4. Someone To Love
    5. Watch Our Shadows Run
    6. This Is Still My World
    7. Over The Sun
    8. Face In The Crowd
    9. Midwest
    10. Gypsy Faded
    11. Call
    12. Love Never Asks You To Lie
    Joseph Arthur
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    Elvis Is Back!

    The ultra-hyped, hugely celebrated return of the King most certainly did not disappoint. During his military service, Elvis fans waited anxiously for new material. Record label executives worried about whether he'd still be able to crank out the hits. Radio stations were dying for something new for their most requested playlist. It all combined to mount tremendous pressure on Elvis and all involved to deliver something that lived up to expectations. As it turned out, it was worthy of a giant yellow exclamation point on the front cover! Almost immediately after his service time had ended, Elvis entered the studio in March 1960 to record a batch of songs that would go on to become monumental worldwide hits. The singles Are You Lonesome Tonight and It's Now Or Never created a tidal wave of excitement. And the LP tracks like Fever, The Thrill Of Your Love, Dirty, Dirty Feeling and Like A Baby confirmed that the King was still able to deliver a whole program worth of incomparable material. Listen to Fever at 45 RPM if you want to show someone what this hobby of yours is all about. Just vocals, bass and finger-snapping, it sounds so dark and haunting. It's worth the price of admission for just this one track alone.


    Mastered By George Marino at Sterling Sound.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Make Me Know
    2. Fever
    3. The Girl of My Best Friend
    4. I Will Be Home Again
    5. Dirty, Dirty Feeling
    6. The Thrill of Your Love
    7. Soldier Boy
    8. Such a Night
    9. It Feels So Right
    10. The Girl Next Door
    11. Like a Baby
    12. Reconsider Baby
    Elvis Presley
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    What For?

    Opening to the scream of F1's speeding around a racetrack,
    and maintaining that intensity with booming guitar riffs and
    psychedelic effects throughout, the forthcoming album from
    Toro Y Moi is definitely making a statement. Or maybe a few
    statements. But Chaz Bundick, the frontman and songwriter,
    is leaving it up to you to figure out what they are. While it is
    obvious that each song is crafted around a personally meaningful
    experience, Chaz seems to purposefully leave the lyrics
    just vague enough to let each listener mold it into something
    unique. Chaz presents you with a few themes: love, beauty,
    nature; and gently lets go of your hand so you can wander off
    on your own.


    A feeling of searching for something threads its way through
    every song on the album, which is aptly named What For? It
    feels contradictory in a very human way, like Chaz is swinging
    between waiting for something and not being able to wait
    anymore. But the swinging isn't panicked or frustrated, it's just
    a situation that he's reflecting on. The songs are heavy with
    nostalgia, too, for simpler times, better music, more fulfilling
    relationships. Chaz references Weezer to warn you that "there
    is no one to destroy your sweater" and, in another song, recalls
    Big Star to declare that "rock and roll is here to stay." It feels
    like he misses everything (even things he wasn't around for
    yet), but is somehow excited for what comes next.


    What For? is a glimpse into the life of a guy trying to figure out
    what it all means. The music is influenced by bands like Big
    Star, Talking Heads, Tim Maia, Todd Rundgren, but it doesn't
    quite sound like any of them in particular. And it isn't trying to.
    It has that special something that Chaz imbues in every Toro Y
    Moi album, his personal filter on the world he experiences. So
    whatever message you take from the album, don't forget that
    it's good. As Chaz himself so candidly believes, "Good is good.
    Good finds its own audience."

    1. What You Want
    2. Buffalo
    3. The Flight
    4. Empty Nesters
    5. Ratcliff
    6. Lilly
    7. Spell It Out
    8. Half Dome
    9. Run Baby Run
    10. Yeah Right
    Toro Y Moi
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    That's Harakiri

    It isn't often an artist seems to materialize from nowhere with a sound so disinterested in following any conventional rules that it inspires equal measures bafflement and astonishment, but in 2012 with the release of the 'Unknown Vectors' EP, Milwaukee based producer Sd Laika did just that. Taking the already alien sounds of grime music as a starting off point and abrasively twisting them into something even more unknowable, Laika had developed a sound that defied any easy categorization. 2 years later Dummy Magazine would come to refer to this record as 'one of the most jaw-droppingly inventive debuts in recent memory and ought to be considered "the other 'Cold Mission'" (in reference to the highly acclaimed Logos LP from 2013)'. After 'Unknown Vectors' Sd Laika became something of a mystery, disappearing from the scene altogether leaving behind him a small, but hardcore cult fanbase convinced they'd glimpsed something very special in those 5 tracks. It was only in 2013 when Tri Angle approached Sd Laika that a new record began to take shape. This record would end up consisting of songs Sd Laika had recorded in 2011 and 2012, songs he'd convinced himself would never see the light of day. For various reasons it looked likely Unknown Vectors would wind up being Laika's one and only ever release, which is why we're so excited (and as huge fans, relieved) to announce the release of his debut album 'That's Harakari'.
    1. Peace
    2. Great God Pan
    3. Gutter Vibrations
    4. I Don't
    5. Meshes
    6. Remote Heaven
    7. You Were Wrong
    8. Don't Know
    9. Peaking
    10. It's Ritual
    11. Percressing
    Sd Laika
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    Live From Austin, TX (Neko Case)

    This debut ACL performance on August 9, 2003, captures songs from Neko Case's three seminal solo releases at the time, combining elements of country, gospel and punk for a very unique sound. That's why pundits often find the music hard to classify. Which is a good thing. Her voice has been described as lush, torchy, melancholic - even scary (someone once wrote that "she sings like Patsy Cline's ghost"). She certainly doesn't sound like anything else on today's hit parade. Neko began her career as a drummer in a punk band, but it wasn't long before she started experimenting with songwriting and singing. She also continues to perform as a member of The New Pornographers, but her solo work is where her songwriting skills shine most. As she herself says, "I want to write songs that are timeless...maybe just something more like a novel than a short story." After the show, Neko took the time to write the ACL staff to thank everybody for making her, her band and friends feel so welcome. "I feel very proud of how the show turned out...It's so great to find out that something you admire so much is run by good people. Be proud! You kick ass!" You, too, Neko


    - Terry Lickona (producer Austin City Limits)

    1. Favorite
    2. Outro With Bees
    3. Behind The House
    4. Ghost Wiring
    5. Deep Red Bells
    6. Knock Loud
    7. Hex
    8. Maybe Sparrow
    9. Wayfaring Stranger
    10. Furnace Room Lullaby
    11. In California
    12. Buckets Of Rain
    13. Look For Me (I'll Be Around)
    14. Alone And Forsaken
    Neko Case
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    Nuclear Soul

    "...Lionize might just be one of today's most successfully original rock acts." - Classic Rock

    "A mighty funk n roll rumble." - Metal Hammer

    "Tight beats and infectious riffs." - Powerplay

    Over six albums Lionize have streamlined their blend of funky riffs, cyborg tales and reggae sensibilities into an original, more-ish rock whole; culminating with the propulsive Jetpack Soundtrack in 2014. Now, with seventh LP Nuclear Soul, they're raising the bar again with their most fearless, expansive-sounding songs yet. Assinger/guitarist Nate Bergman tells us: "It [the music] has elements of bands like Clutch and Deep Purple, but its not quite that - it's something all its own. I think the beauty of the band right now is that all these elements touch on something familiar,but also sound new."

    In writing and road testing Nuclear Soul the band aimed to redefine what it means to be a classic sounding rock'n'roll band. Thematically, they also harnessed the present political climate to powerful effect.

    "We had no rules or ideals," he continues. "We just wanted to take people on a musical journey that excited them, and showed how emotionally moving the band could be."

    Ultimately this is Lionize at their most stadium-ready - without compromising on soul,sass or substance. It's that wonderful space where vintage style and contemporary fire collide.

    1. Darkest Timeline
    2. Face of Mars
    3. Fire in Athena
    4. Power Grid
    5. Aint It a Shame
    6. Election Year
    7. March of the Clones
    8. Let You Down
    9. the Mad Scientist of Sunshine
    10. Nuclear Soul
    11. Blindness to Danger
    Lionize
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    The Electric Lady (Awaiting Repress)

    As she began the audacious task of following up on her acclaimed debut LP The ArchAndroid - an album that topped critic's lists in 2010 all over the world - she took along some trusty, brave companions: the original music producers of The ArchAndroid, Nate Rocket Wonder and Chuck Lightning of Wondaland Productions. And together they crafted a new strain of jamming music they called ish. In the hip hop community, ish is a euphemism for the profane four-letter word for excrement, but as Monáe explains, they set out, like proverbial alchemists, to turn lesser substances into gold.


    This entire project was produced by Wonder & Lightning. We set out to make a soundtrack for the Obama era, something that spoke to the beautiful, majestic and revolutionary times that we're living in. The musical language we're speaking now is called ish. In the African-American community, we've been turning left-overs (like chitlins) and social depredation (like poverty) into delicacies and fine art for years. So we just set out to turn the rubbish all around us into something beautiful. Ish is the bowtie on the funk.


    From the sound of The Electric Lady, ish is an urgent and dangerous form of dance music, rebel music that forces one to fight, jam, and fall in love. Like on The ArchAndroid, the sonic textures of the album are varied, and the past and present come together to explode and create a mind-blowing future for pop and soul music. For example, wondrous strings reminiscent of Curtis Mayfield and Bernard Herrmann orchestrations abound, Hendrixian guitar solos soar, Outkast-like raps float over punk rock riffs; defiant socially-conscious lyrics extol the virtues of soul-searching and fighting for change, while the funk simply melts your speakers: 808s boom and Prince-like synthesizers squiggle in your earhole, making it veritably impossible to just sit still.

    LP 1
    1. Suite IV: Electric Overture
    2. Givin Em What They Love
    3. Q.U.E.E.N.
    4. Electric Lady
    5. Good Morning Midnight
    6. PrimeTime
    7. We Were Rock n' Roll
    8. The Chrome Shoppe
    9. Dance Apocalyptic
    10. Look Into My Eyes


    LP 2
    11. Suite V: Electric Overture
    12. It's Code
    13. Ghetto Woman
    14. Our Favorite Fugitive
    15. Victory
    16. Can't Live Without Your Love
    17. Sally Ride
    18. Dorothy Dandridge Eyes
    19. What an Experience

    Janelle Monae
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    Side Trips

    Like a mind-boggling combination of Summer of Love acid-rock, good time saloon music and a Middle Eastern jam session, Side Trips, the debut album by Kaleidoscope, stood out, even in the eye of the psychedelic hurricane, as something altogether different! Staffed by a hall of fame roster of multi-instrumentalists -David Lindley, Chris Darrow, Solomon Feldthouse, Chester Crill (aka: Fenrus Epp) and John Vidican-this San Gabriel Valley, Calif.-based combo cut their dazzling 1967 album with a startling arsenal of instruments that included banjo, fiddle, doumbeg, mandolin, viola, saz, bouzoukee, dobro, vina, authoharp, oud and clarinet. When they entertained the wide-eyed customers of San Francisco's Fillmore and Avalon Ballrooms and Los Angeles' Ash Grove, they frequently employed flamenco and belly dancers onstage. Just like the see-through tube with bits of colored glass and mirrors that gave the band their name, the Kaleidoscope was never the same, no matter which way you turned it!
    1. Egyptian Gardens
    2. If the Night
    3. Hesitation Blues
    4. Please
    5. Keep Your Mind Open
    6. Pulsating Dream
    7. Oh Death
    8. Come On In
    9. Why Try
    10. Minnie the Moocher
    Kaleidoscope
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    All Her Fault (Awaiting Repress)

    Holly Golightly has made over 20 albums and appeared on countless more, but she never had a recording experience like the one she had making the new Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs release All Her Fault. Golightly and her partner Lawyer Dave spent nearly six months on the project. "It has never taken me that long to get through 12 tracks," she admits. "I don't have the patience for endlessly going over things. I want things done quickly and this was like pulling a Dave-shaped log along at times."


    Don't expect All Her Fault to sound radically different from their earlier releases. It's still a raw, rough-hewn stew of twisted roots music forged by the duo's distinct musical interests - she listens to late '50s/early '60s R&B and he loves rock 'n' roll. "I'm not looking to achieve something that hasn't been achieved before," she confesses. "We just what we do. The songs are really all that changes."

    1. SLC
    2. For All That Ails You
    3. Pistol Pete
    4. Can't Pretend
    5. Bless Your Heart
    6. Trouble In Mind
    7. The Best
    8. 1234
    9. Don't Shed Your Light
    10. No Business
    11. Perfect Mess
    12. King Lee
    Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs
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    Supersonic Home


    Colored Vinyl


    Supersonic Home, the anticipated debut LP from Pittsburgh's resident musical wunderkinds
    Adventures, is an ambitious blend of powerhouse influences: these ten songs reimagine of the
    best parts of 90's alt-rock and emo and infuse them with the cathartic energy of punk. However,
    Adventures delivers much more than just the sum of these parts. Throughout upbeat anthems like
    opener "Dream Blue Haze" and pensive, melancholic retreats like "Tension and "Long Hair," the
    constant vocal tandem of Reba Meyers and Kimi Hanauer radiates above every infectious poprock
    riffs and the warm, rhythmic backbone of bass and keyboard. No matter what draws you
    in to listen to Adventures, there is something undeniably relatable in these songs about honestly
    dealing with self-doubt, troubled hearts, and the everyday struggle to feel content that will make
    you keep coming back to Supersonic Home.

    1. Dream Blue Haze
    2. Heavenly
    3. Your Sweetness
    4. My Marble Home
    5. Pure
    6. Absolution, Worth Requited
    7. Walk You to Bed
    8. Tension
    9. Long Hair
    10. Supersonic Home
    Adventures
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    Temporary People (Awaiting Repress)

    Temporary People is the second LP by Joseph Arthur And The Lonely Astronauts, a NYC-based collective. Arthur, along with guitarists Kraig Jarret Johnson (The Jayhawks) and Jennifer Turner (Fur Slide, Natalie Merchant), drummer Greg Wieczorek (Twilight Singers) and bassist Sibyl Buck, descended upon the Catskill wilderness to conjure what Arthur testifies as a fully-realized, awesome explosion of rock and roll. The best and truest things are born out of necessity, Arthur explains. I hung onto the recording of this album like a man in the middle of the ocean would to a a piece of wood floating by, you can hear it in the songs and you can hear it in the band pulling together. This album is the sound of survival. The follow up to 2007's Let's Just Be, Temporary People finds the Astronauts steeped in rattling anthems (Faith, Temporary People), unearthly rock revivals (Dead Savior, Look into the Sky) and classic country inspired hymns (Say Goodbye, Turn You On).


    Jo is one of those rare writer-performers where you get the sense, whatever your belief, that something greater is being channeled through his music and voice. Like Patti Smith, Grant Lee Phillips, Thom Yorke, he trances and the voice, the meaning, becomes bigger than him, bigger than a few pop chords or words strung together. It touches something very deep and universal. - Michael Stipe, R.E.M.

    1. Temporary People
    2. Faith
    3. Say Goodbye
    4. Dead Savior
    5. Look into the Sky
    6. Sunrise Dolls
    7. Dream is Longer than the Night
    8. Heart's A Solder
    9. Turn You On
    10. Winter Blades
    11. Drive
    12. Good Friend
    Joseph Arthur And The Lonely Astronauts
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    Good Morning Harakiri

    Something about Dwellers sounds oddly familiar, but it's hard to put your finger on it until the Salt Lake City group's debut, Good Morning Harakiri, really gets a head of steam going. Could it be the presence of previously known personages like former Iota vocalist/guitarist Joey Toscano, or Sub Rosa alums Dave Jones (bass) and Zach Hatsis (drums)? Nah, too obscure all around, so it's gotta be the neo-psych qualities of these songs, which at different times recall everyone from Dead Meadow, to Truly, to SST-era Soundgarden. You know what we're talking about: that period when post-punk lysergic vibes ran far deeper than the subliminal metal influences bubbling just beneath the surface, even on more insistent numbers like Black Bird and the intriguingly titled Ode to the Inversion Layer. Toscano's wah-wah-lovin' geetar also conjures up old-school Screaming Trees on the extended jam Vultures, where the long-term working relationship between his rhythm peers definitely comes in handy -- as it does on the slow-crawling, pent-up tension of closer Old Honey, featuring echoed vocals in the Sons of Otis wheelhouse. Another cut, the punchy Lightning Ritual, shows unusual restraint and succinctness, so at least we know Dwellers can accomplish such feats of self-editing, if they so wish. But something tells us to expect an even wackier acid trip next time around, if Good Morning Harakiri turns out to yield a sequel, in contrast with the finality of its title.


    - Eduardo Rivadavia (All Music Guide)

    1. Ode To Inversion Layer
    2. Secret Revival
    3. Black Bird
    4. Lightening Ritual
    5. Vultures
    6. Old Honey
    Dwellers
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