We are throwing a listening party in celebration of the new Fleet Foxes release, “Crack-Up”. We will be giving a thorough listen of the record as well as enter to win prizes such as test pressing, LP play copy, CD play copy, and a few limited edition litho prints.
Celebrate the release of Big Thief’s new album “Capacity” out June 9th via Saddle Creek Records. We will be doing a full on listening party from 6-8 pm the day of the release. The event will include exclusive giveaway of a Gold Vinyl Prize Pack!
’68 — Two Parts Viper Adrenaline Mob — We The People (2xLP including bonus tracks from their EP) All Time Low — Renegade (gatefold jacket) Alt J — Relaxer (gatefold jacket) Alt J — Relaxer (CD) Asphixiation — What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’ ? (contains LP and 12″ set) Beach Fossils — Somersault (limited […]
We are hosting a listening party for The Mountain Goats new album “Goth”. Enter to win the following: a play copy of the record, stickers, & posters. We will also have the indie exclusive vinyl of the new record!
We are hosting a listening party for Slowdive’s first LP in 22 years. Possibility of enter to win the following: Buttons, stickers, & a Slowdive slipmat. We will also have the indie exclusive Silver vinyl available for purchase. RSVP here!
2017 Grammy Nominees — 2017 Grammy Nominees Ft. Beyonce, Jack White, 21 Pilots & more (2xLP) Ayreon — The Source (180 gm 2xLP w/ gatefold jacket, includes 16 pg booklet) BNQT — Volume 1 (gatefold jacket) British Sea Power — Let The Dancers Inherit the Party Crypt Rot — Embryonic Devils Daiseyhead — In Case […]
There’s a temptation for any artist who achieves success to repeat what works, not so with Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, DAMN.. Ditching the live band and heavily jazz and funk influenced sound of To Pimp A Butterfly and untitled unmastered, DAMN. burns through its 55 minutes with an intensity that is lyrical and physical. The album begins properly with “DNA.” […]
As far as progressive metal is concerned, Animals As Leaders are making some of the most interesting and brutal songs this side of Between The Buried and Me. The instrumental three piece’s discography is full of quick moving, angular leads and baffling time changes. Any time I put one of their records on, I find […]
It’s been a great for jazz releases lately. Thundercat’s monsterous epic, Drunk, hit the shelves, Chris Hazelton’s Boogaloo 7′s Soul Jazz Fridays is holding down the local jazz game, and The Bad Plus is making pop jazzy again. But the jazz/funk/electronic hybrid record that caught my ear and would not let go is Shobaleader One‘s Elektrac. Finding […]
Junius‘ latest release, Eternal Rituals for The Accretion of Light, is a juggernaut. Collaging together metallic riffs, electronic textures, pummeling blast beats, and soaring vocals, the Boston based quartet has created a proggy masterpiece. Taking equally from Deafheaven’s Sunbather and Tool’s Aenima, Eternal Rituals for The Accretion of Light is a tour de force through the darkest reaches of […]
Shadow Band‘s first full length combines folk, psych, indie pop, and that certain sixties flair that makes their tones warm and their melodies full of hooks. Wilderness of Love is equal parts Comus, The Beatles, The Animals, and Temples–its melding of styles creates a listen that is as cohesive as it is surprising. Shadow Band […]
There’s something rough and entirely genuine about London O’Connor‘s debut album, O∆ (pronounced Circle Triangle). The album is centered around uber-catchy bedroom pop with hip hop currents and ambient textures. In other words, O∆ is the perfect album for the exploratory feeling that hangs to springs emerging coattails. The album opens with “OATMEAL.” Feeling like undiscovered gem from […]