This 15th anniversary pressing brings the album back to vinyl for the first time since its original release. Although his intergalactic musings date the album, coming across now as camp futurism, they still provide fitting atmospheric preambles to Hawkwind's astounding, mind-warping sounds. HQgm audiophile pressing. Shooter Jennings returns with his seventh studio LP. But this is no tribute album. The album features guest appearances from modern folk songstress Brandi Carlile, Antichrist Superstar Marilyn Manson, country-rock pioneer Steve Young and even Lord British himself, computer game leviathan Richard Garriott.
CD version due March Limited HQgm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Catchy and brusque without sacrificing severity, Year Of The Goth offers party punk for the literary set.
The second LP adds 11 more tracks originally demoed for the record at Electric Lady studios, only four of which made it to the final version — which gives an insight into the quantity and quality of material to hand at the time. New album from the blues rock legend. Bona Drag is a compilation album by Morrissey originally released October The album features an array of Morrissey's most popular songs from his early solo career, most of which had not been released on any previous album.
In Jon Eardley, Bob Brookmeyer and Zoot Sims, Mulligan found soloists with the same high degree of invention and melodic development that he possessed.
The light buoyant swing of Peck Morrison and Dave Bailey without the weight of a chordal instrument was inspiring to the soloists and a joy for the listener. But the most compelling characteristic of this sextet was Mulligan's ability to write brilliant arrangements for a small group that possessed the drive and intricacy of a big band.
Hailing from Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England, Nothing But Thieves make passionate guitar-based rock that balances indie rock artfulness with a pop sensibility. With their new album, Embrace The Wretched Fleshthey are looking to make a statement, and if not a statement, a fist-sized hole in your head.
Categorizing Rochford poses problems. Jazz is at the heart of his work, yet his understanding of and engagement with a wide range of genres are such that it's impossible to shoehorn his recordings into neat and tidy boxes.
Peepers sounds very close to a live Polar Bear performance. Live has been repressed on limited edition grey marble colored wax. After DiCaprio is unexpectedly mauled by a bear, the crew buries him, murders his son, and abandons their bodies, continuing the journey unaware that DiCaprio escaped the grave to seek revenge. Yet its soundtrack—co-created by Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, German electronic musician Alva Noto, and multi-instrumentalist Bryce Dessner of The National—wisely opts to complement that savagery rather than illustrate it.
Rubble Kings tells the story of how a few extraordinary, forgotten people did the impossible, during the gang era of NYC and how their actions impacted the city and the world over by planting the seeds to what would become hip-hop culture. Well, so much for terminology, suffice it to say there are some sounds here. Sounds from machines, sounds from human beings. Songs from old friends and songs from brand new artists who are doing their best to help keep Vancouver an exciting place to live.
When Tim Owen asked me to become his partner in the label inneither he nor I thought that Jade Tree might last this long. As young adults we had dreams that Jade Tree would develop into a label that would not only mimic our mentors, but also eventually impart our own unique brand into the sphere of independent music.
With the premise that Jade Tree do nothing more than represent the fickle tastes of Tim and I without focusing on any particular genre, geography or belief system, we forged ahead.
Looking back, Tim and I believe Jade Tree has made the impact that we had hoped to make twenty-five years ago. This record is a small document of the label and the artists who have helped Jade Tree achieve that dream over the years. They began working on Voix after the release of their previous album in The focus this time is on precision, the space between the notes and beats, articulations, pulse, breath and resonances.
Deakin LP) this one out for a side project of his own. Chance The Rapper. He spent close to a decade working on clients in the Oakland area. Even after he moved to Los Angeles about four years ago, he traveled back to the Bay Area for occasional appointments. Eventually, he was able to put down the scissors, but memories of the salon have stayed with the musician and artist better known as Hunx, from his bands Gravy Train!!!
As Hunx, he made a solo album called Hairdresser Blues that was accompanied by a commercial featuring lots of hair and hand-decorated cans of cream and goop. In Bogart's work, the remnants of salon life mix with objects of musical obsession. Since then, Bryant has been busy mastering and touring with Corners, or so we thought.
Vinyl edition due April From there, the songs come together. They're a short, usually inexpensive way to discover new music and support your favorite artists in between bigger releases, and sometimes you strike gold. Unspeakable Axe's upcoming 4 Doors To Death full-length split offers an excellent collection of modern death metal, and fans of both Horrendous and Chthe'ilist will find something to satisfy though those seeking singalong choruses or In Flames worship would do well to look elsewhere.
There are no weak links or disposable tracks, which says quite a lot about the quality of bands herein. Robert Crumb and John Heneghan play 78 rpm blues, country, Hawaiian and pop records from their fabulous collections and then along with Eden discuss music, philosophy and the state of the modern world. It features just two tracks, a tribute to Jaco Pastorius from Davis's Amandla album and the title-track from 's Tutu.
In the context of Ghana's pop music landscape, Katapila's music is singular. The uptempo, bass-heavy, Roland rooted sounds echo early 's Detroit techno and Chicago acid house more than the contemporary hiplife productions blasting across Ghanaian airwaves currently.
He Intro - Alligator (2) - Immortal Entity (Vinyl released Weathered added to BBC A List for four weeks and Breathe Life from his forthcoming debut album Phase, which builds on his genre-bending sound and will tip him for ones to watch in Vinyl version due April Given the band's collision of interests, Die Alone's manic diversity makes perfect sense.
These songs are patchworks of parts conceived individually as demos and woven together collectively during sessions in guitarist T. Coahran's basement—which is also where the album was recorded on 8-track with Seattle garage-rock guru Kurt Bloch as engineer.
No song sounds like another and yet the album sustains a dizzying, alluring vibe. Her vocal delivery is bewitchingly unpredictable, the band stretching the song around her like bubblegum. Her brother taught her to play guitar in elementary school, and she began learning piano on her own a few years later. Gudasz studied theater and creative writing at the University of North Carolina, then stuck around in Chapel Hill and Durham post-college after connecting with some of the areas most promising young musicians.
Together, they served notice of a major new voice in the N. Triangles music community. Eric Krasno produced the record and shares songwriting credits on many of the tracks with his fellow Lettuce cohort. Kraz also appears on the album along with? The Super 8 film is a comforting study of a peaceful setting in one of the most crucial and endangered areas of our planet.
The varying use of cello, voice, synthesizer, and electronics creates a listening experience that reflects both the vast beauty of the quiet scenery and the necessary caution of its inhabitants. This double-CD set also includes recordings from March 21,many of which have never been released before although some of the recordings were unofficially exploited via a limited bootleg inand comes with an expansive page book providing rare, previously unpublished photos, historic essays, interviews and memoirs.
She is currently in remission. Sonically, parts of the set are apparently in the same wheelhouse as Enya, whom Klassen apparently heard a lot of during his formative years. I wanted to really embrace ethereality. No saxophone player has ever dared to explore these uncharted outer realms of woodwind expression.
RAW brings together noisescapes, electronica, death- and doom-metal approaches, and contemporary instrumental composition techniques, while ReSpace combines soundscapes of dark ambience and controlled feedback with a reductionist approach to create eerie ambient sound-fields. All sounds are saxophone-produced and performed live, with no sampling and no purely electronic sounds.
We've always been this somewhat uncategorizable, weird, outlying, genre-less band. That's the statement we wanted to make with this LP) be yourself. We have always 'rocked our side pony. Laplante and Evans are each devoted to creating multi-dimensional improvisational spaces, pushing their instruments to the edge in the service of a musical experience that travels beyond the realm of the mind.
The deeply mysterious, epic improvisations on Secret Meeting points toward a seemingly ancient relationship between these two boundary-breaking improvisers. The resulting LP is a post-blog-era joint that seems to exhale the whole of the 20th century in a single, fascinating breath. Like its namesake, the album runs across its variations as a single, continuous minute experience that starts with the grinding turn of the wash size selection wheel, and ends with the alert noise that signals that the wash is done.
Background notes and images are included. Recorded piecemeal on various back porches and down back roads in Burlington, Vermont, Nashville, and his home base of Cumberland, Maryland, his debut solo LP Mowing came together in quiet moments of downtime between polishing earnest jangle-pop gems with his wife as Cotton Jones. The DVD features 11 videos. This reissue presents the whole lot again, this time with some rare and heavy extra cuts added into the mix. Tyla has had an extensive solo career, and has toured with Alice Cooper.
Vinyl version due April 1. With mystical fire, enraged by global injustices, the group delivered scathing political and society-indicting messages aboard an apocalyptic roller coaster, ferociously straddling their beloved influences such as free jazz, conscious funk, heavyweight dub and audacious experimentalism.
Rangda is no exception: a supergroup comprising fellow Drag City signees Ben Chasny, Sir Richard Bishop and Cris Corsano, who have borrowed their group name from a Balinese demon queen, like a composite creature born from the inner depths of guitar picking. Correspondingly, the album sees the group—which originated in Syracuse but has now dispersed all over the country—getting back to their house party roots without abandoning the more-heady soundscapes they explored with 's Beta Love.
The result is an album that's celebratory without being saccharine, and that sees the group collectively mining their prior experiences to craft something that looks toward the future with an optimistic gaze. In the s, when radio became available in his area, Alfred listened to and enjoyed performances by several of the era's popular singers.
Alfred would purchase songbooks and hymnbooks, and his wife Nettie would read the lyrics to him. Because the songs he learned from others did not always express aspects of what he was thinking, feeling, and experiencing, Alfred felt compelled to compose his own songs, and he was exceptionally talented in this endeavor - a craftsman with many things to say. Relying upon his talent to generate money, he gave music lessons, performed at dances and various social and church gatherings, sold printed copies of his own lyrics, and, in andmade the commercial recordings included on this set.
Or at least gets some serious traction on that uphill climb to being the sort of artist that can pack a venue, light up the radio dials and find their audience through some magical combo of talent, relatability, hard work and the best of luck. Austin musician Sam Riggs has been on that kind of trajectory lately, finding the sweet spot between the crowd-pleasing sound of modern country music and the sort of detail-oriented, personality-driven songwriting that makes his best songs among the more memorable ones to dominate Texas radio in recent years.
Vinyl edition due April 1. Misery is an exercise in simplistic, tightly controlled negativity that crushes the fine line between panic and frenzy into oblivion.
A rapid attack of artillery-mimicking snare and bass heavy hunch is the canon, wrought in a Bay Area sewer and reveling in a verminous infestation of post-punk pulse: think Wire versus The Spits in a Shaolin death trap. Whenever debut LP Neo swerves close to normality, these formula-shunners tear things to shreds.
So Pitted tend to find the rulebook, chuck it into dynamite before penning their own in smudgy, indecipherable shades. He's long represented one of the most forbidding corners of the techno scene; just consider the name of his turbulent duo with Regis, British Murder Boys. But even at its most bruising, his music is marked by its formal inventiveness and formidable intelligence. With his new album, From Farthest Known Objects, he wades back into techno's roiled waters. All eight tracks employ four-to-the-floor rhythms, flickering triplets or 16th-note syncopations, and studiously greyscale atmospheres.
There are no melodies, just gnarled one- and two-bar loops that wend their way across the tracks' blasted expanse like inchworms through radioactive ash. Universal ideas of loyalty, pleasure, purity, power, aging, and love are confronted with a knowable specificity. There is a quality of wholesomeness, but also an edge—a kind of wise anger and electricity.
Teeny Lieberson's lyrics take a dramatic leap forward as she analyzes the complexities of aging relationships, sensuality, and misogyny that all too often goes unchecked. Even on a scene known for strong personalities, these guys were renegade cats.
Between andthe group released four studio albums and a singles comp and countless singles both on Teen Beat and also in Japan and Thailand. This mini-album from the world-renowned Charlottesville, Virginia band may remind Intro - Alligator (2) - Immortal Entity (Vinyl of releases on the Slumberland label and may also bring to mind the Teen Beat bands Flin Flon, Versus, or Unrest.
The Wild Mercury is their fifth album. The mournful tenor is then joined by harmonies, drums, acoustic guitars, and then we arrive to where the fun begins. This album is folksy, country, and rootsy. They have crossed all of those throwback bridges and then lateral the football to the modern times touches of synth, and back to the past with pedal steel guitar accents.
To attempt to pigeonhole this album into a single genre would be doing it a disservice. The only way I could classify it is as music from another era. Forthcoming on the new Eats Everything album Edibleit's the first of two special new tracks included on the mix. The track CD versopm features 11 exclusive Moodymann edits. This compilation serves as a good introduction to their scene, with new tracks by Volahn, Arizmenda, Shataan and Kallathon. The goal was to develop songs with interchangeable structures and sub structures, yet musically pleasing motifs.
It may not be a radical transformation — the dream pop label could certainly still be attached — but the natural evolution of the track is evidence of the freedom Tatum allowed himself. He has performed solo as well as with current backing group the Yarra Benders. He first came to attention as front-man of The Unfaithful Ways and has also performed and recorded as a duo with Delaney Davidson.
William's music style straddles folk, country, soul, bluegrass and the blues. Guests include Timbaland, Future, Lil Wayne and others. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds two bonus tracks. The guys are back with their debut full-length, Disciples Of The Infernoand they prove on their latest that they have quite the admiration for bands like Proclamation and Blasphemy. More importantly, they up the intensity and tempo on most of their new material.
Formed in Southampton, UK, in the mid- '70s by Alan Green bassDave Rodwell drumsand John Westwood guitar, vocalsAgnes Strange failed to reach any glory or fame, but their legacy of heavy rock riffs, raw leads, and tough attitude -- with a spacey Hawkwind-esque touch here and there -- helped them reach cult status among '70s rock fanatics.
Drummer Eddie Prevost's superb and detailed liner notes document AMM's early history, including the confusion engendered not only in audiences and critics but even in the band members themselves, unsure if they were in a free jazz ensemble, a contemporary classical group, neither, or both. The title track, is a quintessential song from the mid- '70s. The album stays true to his country roots with lazy waltzes and lap-steel but also incorporates distorted guitars, spacey atmospheres, strings, horns, and haunting background vocals.
The two compositions revisit the sites of Jude's initial photographs in and around the Salton Sea in the Southern California desert, and use site-specific field recordings and analog processing to craft an aural counterpoint to the photographs themselves and the photographic process. Contact microphones and hydrophones were used to gather sounds from flora, desert refuse, architectural ruins, and the Salton Sea itself to create an expanded study of the acoustic ecology of the area.
His first release Fission turned heads with its juddering, noisy take on EBM, while the follow up, Populous reissued in by pioneering dubstep label Hemlocksignaled for many the arrival of a genuinely unique and intriguing talent, bolstered also by his affiliations with the endlessly fascinating and undeniably forward thinking Quantum Natives collective.
By stripping back on some of the beat-suffocating distortion that defined some of his earlier work and by zeroing in on some of the more disorienting side effects of immersing oneself in trance and hardcore styles, Brood Ma has made his most radically club-oriented release to date on Daze.
The set is comprised of lap steel, electronics, prepared guitar, sampler, live environmental recordings from Bali, Malaysia, Australia and Italy and acoustic and electronic percussion.
This is an absolutely essential collection from an American folk legend. Billy Childish's group Thee Headcoats used to play there monthly. Bonus material includes a track-by-track commentary, an exclusive backstage interview with Jones and his spoken word performance from the Wacken Festival. He is a contemporary member of the underground indie rock and indie folk musical scenes, and his influences range from older indie artists such as Neutral Milk Hotel, Elliott Smith and Pavement to more mainstream and well known acts such as Nirvana and Bob Dylan.
Sound-activist sinceDoctor L moves through musical galaxies like an incandescent comet, fusing '80s punk rock with hip-hop, electronica, and Afrobeat.
Burroughs, Metallica, Genesis, Deep Purple, Falco, and others - all remix projects that have created a massive stir on the dub scene. Their love of minimalist electronic dance music with epic endings reaches a climax on Physical Echoes.
Harvey - Tales Of H. Lovecraft laid the foundations of modern horror; without him the golden age of horror films in the late 20th century would have been very different. The setting is a perfect meeting ground for both actor and group, who bond over their mutual love of horror history.
The artists approached the stories like screenplays to create a soundtrack in the mind to rival the narrative and visual thrust of film. Following his heroes Kate Bush, Gram Parsons, and The Smashing Pumpkins, Wakefield casts a spell of irresistible tangy guitar reverb, bending synths, and candid melodies. It is a pop record, it is a true story, and it is a testament to the modern state of feelings.
Yume takes its title from the Japanese word for dream and delivers an otherworldly ambient-electronic hybrid that's cinematic in scope yet intimate in emotion.
In making the album, composer and multi-instrumentalist Keith Kenniff the sole artist behind Helios has created a warm sonic tapestry from luminous guitar lines, elegant piano work, ingeniously-crafted rhythms, and lo-fi electronic elements. Widely regarded as one of the finest acoustic blues albums ever, Lightnin' Hopkinsoriginally released in on Folkways Records, established its hero as a legend.
Brainiac had broken up following the tragic death of frontman Tim Taylor, so he recorded a solo album on a 4-track machine at an old Masonic Temple in Kentucky. Shortly after its release, Schmersal went on to form Enon, releasing a series of acclaimed records that blend pop melody and electronic art rock. Largely ignored at the time, Forget Everything now stands as the missing link between Brainiac and Enon, and is available for the first time on vinyl.
Velvet Arc finds Johnson returning to territory he explored in bands like Idyll Swords and Spatula, utilizing an expanded lineup of like-minded musicians to augment his captivating guitar stylings. This brutal power trio plays some of the most extreme, psychedelic doom metal you can find. Long tracks featuring devastating, loud, in-your-face fuzz riffing, hypnotic drones, and dark atmospheres destined to destroy your mind.
As the title states, all are invited to listen to the message hidden in these rhapsodic vibes, where the energy of an elephant stampede is channeled into a coherent structure of percussion and the drumming here is absolutely mind-blowingelectric guitar, double bass, and two whirling -- but still clearly discernable -- saxophones. Eleven pieces of riveting catchy, psych-glam-weirdness. Brilliantly fusing rock, jazz, blues and classical grooves into a masterful progressive work, the debut by Mahavishnu Orchestra John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham, Jan Hammer, Jerry Goodman, and Rick Laird is still amazingly fresh and innovative over 45 years after its initial release.
The installation of a permanent supporting cast of collaborators did nothing to tame the project's wild spirit, and that record was an eclectic, eccentric mix of post-punk, LP), soul music, and more. With Coming Down: Sessions In AprilMarching Church reaches even further afield, backing an intensely personal A-side with a fully instrumental minute free jazz odyssey. The B-side features an a cappella version of the single.
Performing songs from Hoagy Carmichael and Irving Berlin, Marilyn may not have been the most classically trained vocalist, but her voice is undeniably recognizable. Wiped Out! Barreling past any specific genre, they combine ambient psychedelia and slicing guitar work with haunting, melancholic vocals to deliver chilling performances reminiscent of the early Smashing Pumpkins and My Bloody Valentine. But Octopus had the songwriting and playing chops to make this album much more than an also-ran; with hooks galore, swirling organ, and fuzz-tone guitars, Restless Nights is a prime piece of early-'70s UK psychedelia that's rare as hen's teeth in it's original form.
Sophomore album from the Australian indie-folk outfit. Two pressings: transparent blue and limited glow-in-the-dark vinyl. Formed in at Texas Southern University by Howard Harris, then the primary professor of music composition, The Peoples' Workshop began as a space for students to compose, perform and experiment outside the strictures of Western classical musical education, in an effort to accommodate students who showed enthusiasm to create music relative to their own realities.
It arose to fill the needs of the young composers in the Houston area to find performers, artists and technicians to realize their works, for them to gain practical insight into performance, studio recording, stage presence and various production techniques, and to grant them meaningful exposure to the public and business side of the music world. Houston Talent Expo '82 features all original compositions by members of The Peoples' Workshop, performed by musicians from Houston. Naturally, the songs vary in style, but they retain a sensibility centered around gospel, funk and soul.
The lyrics deliver positive messages gleaned from struggle but true to the philosophy of togetherness that underpins The Peoples' Workshop. Madeleine Peyroux's critically-acclaimed sophomore album, Careless Lovefound the smoky-voiced singer at the top of her game, covering a diverse collection of songs by everyone from Elliott Smith to Hank Williams. Twee in the best way possible, Picadilly Line was essentially the duo of Rod Edwards and Roger Hand who would go on to greater fame as Edwards Hand, releasing two albums produced by George Martinwith help from the cream of the UK's session musician crop and some expert horn and string arrangers.
Sonically a range of melodic rock fronted by the poetic lyrics carried with a visceral and raspy delivery. Combining such diverse influences as krautrock, dub, post-punk, and the Intro - Alligator (2) - Immortal Entity (Vinyl, Second Edition is four sides of harsh and uncompromising, yet danceable, music. While not the immediate influence and sensation that Never Mind The Bollocks was, this record is certainly John Lydon's finest artistic achievement.
He has collected here four self-recorded tracks made at his home in Philadelphia on which he tackles all instrumentation, giving you a brief peek inside the power pop process. Totally killer jazz-funk vibes with outstanding Tullio de Piscopo drumming to die for, and Oscar Rocchi on Fender Rhodes and organ accompanied by his colleague Giancarlo Barigozzi on flute and soprano sax.
A fantastic album, featuring the best jazz-funk breaks for samples on Side A and stellar experimental avant-garde jazz sounds on Side B. Psychedelic and moody, and as beautiful as it's original edition is rare. Some tracks were used in and as soundtracks for Italian TV shows.
Eschewing the cryptic and compact song-sketches that characterized his LP This Is Always Where You've LivedRyan Martin instead guides listeners through vast interior topographies and nerve-damaged ambiences that comfort and deceive like memory itself. Themed around the movement to make the Upper Peninsula the 51st state, this is cold winds over permafrost.
It's Killing Joke in their Iceland apocalypse phase. If you could mainline 'bummer' this would be it. Features an etched B-side. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Artists include Dr. This minute ambient track was diffused inside of the sculpture and has never been published before.
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