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  • Fragrant World Fragrant World Quick View

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    Fragrant World

    Yeasayer's third album, Fragrant World, is a hulking beast of a record. Keyboards clank and wheeze, tiny claps stumble against busted drum machines, and there's very little obvious guitar. It's an album that grapples with the schizophrenia of the modern world by gathering piles of electronics and molding them into something huge and often gorgeous.
    1. Fingers Never Bleed
    2. Longevity
    3. Blue Paper
    4. Henrietta
    5. Devil and the Deed
    6. No Bones
    7. Reagan's Skeleton
    8. Demon Road
    9. Damaged Goods
    10. Folk Hero Shtick
    11. Glass of the Microscope
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  • Ambling Alp Ambling Alp Quick View

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    Ambling Alp

    New 12 for Yeasayer!!
    1. Ambling Alp
    2. Albling Alp (DJ /rupture & Brent Arnold remix)
    3. Ambling Alp (Memory Tapes remix)
    4. Ambling Alp (Instrumental)
    Yeasayer
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  • Dark Was The Night Dark Was The Night Quick View

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    Dark Was The Night

    This triple LP contains thirty-one exclusive tracks that will benefit the Red Hot Organization, an international charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. This is their 20th anniversary and 20th release. Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National produced the album, and John Carlin, the founder of the Red Hot Organization was the executive producer.


    The complete list of artists that recorded tracks for this release: Andrew Bird, Antony + Bryce Dessner, Arcade Fire, Beach House, Beirut, Blonde Redhead + Devastations, Bon Iver, Bon Iver & Aaron Dessner, The Books featuring Jose Gonzalez, Buck 65 Remix (featuring Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti), Cat Power and Dirty Delta Blues, The Decemberists, Dirty Projectors + David Byrne, Kevin Drew, Feist + Ben Gibbard, Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear + Feist, Iron & Wine, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Kronos Quartet, Stuart Murdoch, My Brightest Diamond, My Morning Jacket, The National, The New Pornographers, Conor Oberst & Gillian Welch, Riceboy Sleeps, Dave Sitek, Spoon, Sufjan Stevens, Yeasayer and Yo La Tengo.

    1. Knotty Pine
    2. Cello Song
    3. Train Song
    4. Brackett, WI
    5. Deep Blue Sea
    6. So Far Around The Bend
    7. Tightrope
    8. Feeling Good
    9. Dark Was The Night
    10. I Was Young When I Left Home
    11. Big Red Machine
    12. Sleepless
    13. Sleepless
    14. Service Bell
    15. Blood
    16. Well-Alright
    17. Lenin
    18. Mimizan
    19. El Caporal
    20. Ispiration Information
    21. With A Girl Like You
    22. Blood Pt. 2
    23. Hey, Snow White
    24. Gentle Hour
    25. Another Saturday
    26. Happiness
    27. Amazing Grace
    28. The Giant Of Illinois
    29. Lua
    30. When The Road Runs Out
    31. Love Vs. Porn
    Various Artists
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  • Odd Blood Odd Blood Quick View

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    Odd Blood

    Since the release of their critically acclaimed 2007 debut All Hour Cymbals, Yeasayer has been around the world and back again. While their first record was conceived in total artistic isolation, constant touring forced Yeasayer to finally engage with their contemporaries. Inspired by musicians hell-bent on sonic experimentation as well as those more comfortable in a pop context, Yeasayer find their domain spanning across the musical spectrum. Studied, road worn, and eager to begin phase two, Yeasayer retreated to upstate New York to begin work on their new album titled ODD BLOOD.


    If All Hour Cymbals was Yeasayer's attempt at global and ambient cultural mash-up then ODD BLOOD takes place in an off-world colony sometime after the Singularity. Glimmering reverb haze is eschewed and replaced by a cavalcade of disorienting pitch effects and flickering ectoplasmic wisps. Instead of layered vocal harmonies the processed vocals congeal into blots and blobs of otherworldly chatter. Many organic elements are left behind and replaced by sounds and rhythms that inspire the body as much as the mind. At times Yeasayer sound as if they would be at home playing live in scene from Blade Runner or inside one of Oscar Neimeyer's concrete modernist temples from the 1960s.


    ODD BLOOD is an album divided into two halves; the first being top heavy with pop songs, while the latter full of the playful and strange.


    Side One. The album begins with The Children, a twisted chopped and screwed stomp, full of sub bass and spooky keyboards. Distorted vocals create hidden hooks and it's immediately clear: this isn't the same Yeasayer. After the rubble clears the album leaps into Yeasayer's version of the pop anthem with Ambling Alp, Madder Red, I Remember, and O.N.E. Yeasayer have plunged into the craft of pop music, and the exercise has paid off.


    Side Two. The second half of ODD BLOOD is slightly more experimental in nature. Sci-fi musical jams (Mondegreen), maniacal rants (Grizelda), and paranoia (Love Me Girl) show the band exploring more paranoid motifs, yet never deprive the listener of hooks and ear candy.


    ODD BLOOD plays out at a blistering pace, yet it never sacrifices depth or content. It is immediately evident the band has advanced in songwriting as well as sonic craft. Lyrically, it is a more mature and honest album than the first, as the band demonstrates a confidence to explore more personal themes alongside vividly depicted tales. One thing is certain: Yeasayer are accomplished audiologists who are willing to pilfer decades of pop sensibilities and cultural history to create something that is uniquely their own.

    Side A


    1. The Children
    2. Ambling Alp
    3. Madder Red
    4. I Remember
    5. O.N.E.


    Side B


    1. Love Me Girl
    2. Rome
    3. Strange Reunions
    4. Mondegreen
    5. Grizelda

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  • Amen & Goodbye Amen & Goodbye Quick View

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    Amen & Goodbye

    Amen & Goodbye is the fourth studio album from the Brooklyn-based band, Yeasayer.


    To visually interpret the album, Yeasayer collaborated with renowned sculptor David Altmejd (whose artwork is a major influence on the band) to create the gatefold artwork. The teasers released prior to the album announcement contained some of the sculptures Altmejd created while listening to the bands new album. This was a dream come true for the band and the full artwork is utterly spectacular.


    Amen & Goodbye is the follow up to 2012's Fragrant World. Moving away from a digital-heavy approach, Yeasayer recorded Amen & Goodbye to tape at Outlier Inn Studio in upstate New York, then brought on board Joey Waronker (drummer - Atoms For Peace / Beck) to deconstruct everything to make the final document.


    Yeasayer offered a peek into the world of Amen & Goodbye with 'I Am Chemistry', the first track to be heard from their highly anticipated forthcoming album. Featuring guest vocals from the legendary folk singer Suzzy Roche of The Roches, 'I Am Chemistry' is a linear psychedelic journey proving Yeasayer still has the knack for writing very odd pop songs.


    Amen & Goodbye features Yeasayer's trademark sound, without sounding like anything the band has done before. They have created a collection of strange fables from the Bible of a universe that does not yet exist.

    1. Daughters Of Cain
    2. I Am Chemistry
    3. Silly Me
    4. Half Asleep
    5. Dead Sea Scrolls
    6. Prophecy Gun
    7. Computer Canticle 1
    8. Divine Simulacrum
    9. Child Prodigy
    10. Gerson's Whistle
    11. Uma
    12. Cold Night
    13. Amen & Goodbye
    Yeasayer
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    Torben

    Brock Enright, artist and subject of the documentary film Brock Enright: Good Times Will Never Be the Same, has put the same passion into his first album: Torbin.As an artist-Brock Enright first came to the attention of the mainstream media after creating a 'designer kidnapping' service called Videogames Adventure Services. Brock directed the games, which were tailored to each client's worst fears, and also played Connie, the leader of the VAS team. RIYL: Atlas Sound, Real Estate, Yeasayer and Beach House
    1. Maybe
    2. Runwild
    3. Doowapcat
    4. Readyforyou
    5. Aeiou
    6. Ouijaboard
    7. Tryinghard
    8. Luluby
    Brock & Kir Enright
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  • Voices Voices Quick View

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    Voices

    Phantogram is an American electronic rock duo from Saratoga Springs, New York. Formed in 2007, Phantogram is Josh Carter (vocals, guitars) and
    Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards). The band name was partially inspired by an optical illusion called a phantogram, in which two-dimensional images
    appear to be three-dimensional.


    They described their sound as street beat, psych pop. According to Josh, their music has lots of rhythms, swirling guitars, spacey keyboards, echoes
    and airy vocals.


    The band released their first studio album, Eyelid Movies (2009), to critical acclaim.
    The band has played and toured with bands including: The xx, Ra Ra Riot, M83, Metric, Beach House, Zero 7, Yeasayer and countless more.


    In 2014, the band will release their major-label debut and sophomore release Voices.

    1. Nothing But Trouble
    2. Black Out Days
    3. Fall in Love
    4. Never Going Home
    5. The Day You Died
    6. Howling at the Moon
    7. Bad Dreams
    8. Bill Murray
    9. I Don't Blame You
    10. Celebrating Nothing
    11. My Only Friend
    Phantogram
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  • Apple's Acre Apple's Acre Quick View

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    Apple's Acre

    Apple's Acre is a record full of dysfunctional, hushed love, laced with elegance and grace and without angst and regret. But the plain courage of their songs is the secret ingredient that's already turning heads and blowing minds all over the Northwest -- and if you think about it, in pop music, courage is always at a premium. Fans of Yeasayer, Deerhoof, Danielson and wild minded pop music should pay close attention.
    1. Technicolor
    2. Mile After Mile
    3. Caterpillar Playground
    4. Manatarms
    5. Apple'S Acre
    6. Bright Ideas
    7. What Then
    8. Winter
    9. Lita
    10. Orange Cymbals
    Nurses
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  • Break Line: The Musical Break Line: The Musical Quick View

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    Break Line: The Musical


    Limited To 2000


    On a front porch in Philadelphia in early 2004, Anand Wilder and Maxwell Kardon sat with a guitar and a
    banjo and busily finger picked to keep their hands from freezing.After a few false starts they settled on a dirge
    in d-minor and began improvising lyrics about a labor conflict in a Western Pennsylvania coal town that their
    fathers had learned about from an old folk song taught in Quaker schools in the '50s.


    The facts, as communicated,were a half-remembered pastiche of de facto segregation, frayed family ties, and
    double-dealing.The principal heroes and villains of the story were lost to history and buried in mine shafts and
    unmarked graves, and the particulars of the outcome were primarily recorded on newspapers lost in
    warehouse fires and floods. Nevertheless,the tragedy struck both as an ideal thread to weave through a series
    of stories they had been telling each other about a town full of unlucky,love lorn people. Inspired by the classic
    rock operas of the 1970's and the golden age of musical theater,they began work on their own


    Wilder and Kardon spent the next several years traveling, each writing and tinkering with songs about their
    town and sending each other hastily recorded demos and fragments of lyrics. The story of Greenbelt grew and
    the cast of characters, from robber barons to union men, migrant farmers to crooked ministers, became
    fleshed out. They enlisted friends from myriad bands: Austin Fisher (Suckers), Haley Dekle (the Dirty
    Projectors), Ira Wolf Tuton and Christopher Keating (Yeasayer), Ryan Kattner (Man Man), Britt Myers
    (Chairlift), and Aku Orraca-Tetteh (Dragons of Zynth) to sing the parts of the town's luckless citizens.


    In 2008, they put together a core band featuring Ira on bass and Christopher Powell of Man Man on drums
    and began arranging the songs of Break Line for a full ensemble. With the help of recording wunderkind Britt
    Myers (Chairlift, Yeasayer, Passing Strange) they finally began putting the music down onto tape,staying up
    late experimenting with sounds and arrangements.


    In the years that followed,the two found moments whenever they could to complete the project. Neither can
    believe that what started with just the two of them huddled on a cold porch would grow to involve a once-in-a-lifetime cast of collaborators. A decade after its conception, they are proud to present to the public their
    vision of a classic story of betrayal, pride and lost love.


    Welcome to Greenbelt.


    Singers: Aku Orraca-Tetteh, Christopher Keating (Yeasayer). Haley Dekly (Dirty Projectors), Quinn Walker,
    Austin Fisher(Suckers), Ryan Kattner (Man Man),Tanya Houndsley, Cameron Hull, Anand Wilder


    Musicians: IraWolf Tuton (Yeasayer) ,James Richardson,Christopher Sean Powell,Jason Trammell (Sinkane),
    K Ishibashi, Austin Fisher, Steve Marion (Delicate Steve), Lyndon Cordero Lopez, Daniel Schleifer, Charles
    Christopher Erway, Tanya Houndsley

    1. Coal Into Diamonds
    2. Wedding Day
    3. Opportunity
    4. Hold You Tight
    5. They're Stealing Our Coal
    6. 4th Of July
    7. Better To Die
    8. It Doesn't Seem Right
    9. Fathers and Brothers
    10. I'm To Blame
    11. Hang Your Head High
    Anand Wilder & Maxwell Kardon
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  • Lucifer Lucifer Quick View

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    Lucifer

    Lucifer is the third full-length release from West Coast dub heroes Peaking Lights. The golden duo of Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis continue to crystallize their mesmerizing sound and find new dimensions within. Lucifer also comes at a time of great transition for this married couple and it reflects the possibilities that they have found during this new life era, especially with the birth of their son, Mikko, a guiding light muse for the album.


    Recorded in Brooklyn, NY at Gary's Electric studio over the course of a month, Peaking Lights consider Lucifer a nocturnal version of their sound. It's slinkier and full of grooves. To us this record is about play and playfullness, unconditional love, rhythms and pulses, creation and vibration, says Coyes. Lucifer is also Peaking Lights' most ambitious release to date in terms of its approach and scope.


    Through their studio experiments, the duo has managed to link their musical loves ie dub, krautrock, analog electronic dance music, sound collages, pop music, all while maintaining cohesive songs. Lucifer was self-produced and engineered by Al Carlson (Yeasayer, Ford & Lopatin, 0PN). LP is a limited numbered edition with an embossed jacket.

    1. Moonrise
    2. Beautiful Son
    3. Live Love
    4. Cosmic Tides
    5. Midnight (in the Valley of Shadows)
    6. LO HI
    7. Dreambeat
    8. Morning Star
    Peaking Lights
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  • Haunts Haunts Quick View

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    Haunts

    I stay up drinking with your ghost every night.


    Haunts is full of memories. People you used to know. Rooms where you lived, streets you walked down. The lover you haven't spoken to in years who still lives in your dreams. Because the past is never dead. It's not even past.


    Sometimes music is memory. The emotional memory of a songwriter, distilled into a way of viewing the world. Some songwriters are cartographers, mapping an inner landscape of hope and regrets. Each song is an invisible city, populated by ghosts. That is the land, and these are the people, of Tiny Victories' debut full-length album, Haunts.


    Tell your ghost to leave me alone-


    I can't sleep no more in my own home.


    The surprise is that the tone of much of Haunts is joyous, even celebratory. Synths and electronic squiggles crash against pounding beats in ecstatic, orgiastic rhythms. Lyrically, though, the album is a compendium of love and loss. The contrast creates rooms of light and shadow (in "Scott & Zelda" or "Systems") or the oceanic catharsis of a party at the end of the world ("Austin, TX" and "This Revolution").


    Tiny Victories' new album is a statement of purpose-and a point of arrival. The songwriting has evolved in a more focused direction, with a tighter structure, while Greg Walters and Cason Kelly continue to build on the experimental sonic architecture that fascinated them in their early days. Synth lines cut through through the dense underbrush of electronic soundscapes, propelled forward by Cason's relentless drumming. Greg's self-assured voice soars above the commotion. Haunts was produced and mixed by industry veteran Alex Aldi (Passion Pit, Holy Ghost!) and mastered by Chris Gehringer (Yeasayer, Chairlift, Jay-Z).


    The song ideas were born in bedrooms crowded with samplers, Kaoss Pads and other electronic gadgets. Then the duo moved into Alex Aldi's Brooklyn studio in mid-2013. Aldi's studio was the de facto storage house for Passion Pit frontman Michael Angelakos' synth collection. Greg and Cason dove into this gear. Much of the record was performed on Angelakos' hardware.


    Tiny Victories was formed in 2010 when Greg Walters met Cason Kelly in a Brooklyn bar. Both had played in a variety of other musical projects for years. Otherwise, they were an unlikely duo. Greg was just back from a six-year stint as a foreign correspondent based in Moscow, Russia. He'd covered the original Orange Revolution in Ukraine, the Tulip Revolution in Kyrgyzstan, and crisscrossed Siberia in a helicopter chasing after secretive oil company executives. During the Russian-Georgian war, he rode into the zone in a Russian armed personnel carrier as an embedded journalist.


    "Journalism and music are both ways of making sense of the world," Greg says. "Journalism looks outward at what's happening around you. Music explores your inner life." Cason had recently moved to New York from Athens, GA, and was doing social work with inner city kids-a different kind of daily struggle. Both were burned out and looking for something new. They each wanted to take their music farther than it had gone before. They decided to start a band.


    Their 7 vinyl debut in 2011 was followed by the critically acclaimed 2012 EP, Those Of Us Still Alive. John Schaefer of NPR's Soundcheck picked Tiny Victories as a local band likely to break big nationally, and invited them to do a live show on the air. Momentum began to snowball, culminating in invitations to play Bonnaroo in 2012 and 2013 and a slot on the Bonnaroo 365 tour with White Denim and Maps & Atlases.

    1. Drinking With Your Ghost

    2. Scott & Zelda

    3. Systems

    4. Let It Burn

    5. This Revolution

    6. Austin, Tx

    7. Proton Pagoda

    8. Life Is Boring

    9. Our Lady of Route 80

    10. Justine

    11. You're Gone
    Tiny Victories
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    No Service (Out Of Stock)

    No Service is the debut five song EP from Brooklyn's Tony Castles. The album was recorded by Jake Aron (Yeasayer, Chairlift) and was mixed at the Rare Book Room by Nicolas Vernhes (Dirty Projectors, Deerhunter).

    1. No Service

    2. Black Girls in Dresses
    3. Dream Job
    4. New Brain
    5. Adequate Sheen

    Tony Castles
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