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BLOOD ORANGE-NEGRO SWAN (Gold Edition Vinyl) 2-LP Set CAT POWER-Wanderer (Deluxe Clear Edition Vinyl) LP DAVE GROHL - Play (Black Edition Vinyl) LP

“My newest album is an exploration into my own and many types of black depression, an honest look at the corners of black existence, and the ongoing anxieties of queer/people of color. A reach back into childhood and modern traumas, and the things we do to get through it all. The underlying thread through each piece on the album is the idea of hope, and the lights we can try to turn on within ourselves with a hopefully positive outcome of helping others out of their darkness.”

Deluxe double LP is pressed on limited edition gold vinyl with a double sided 24x36 poster. Widespine LP jacket with two printed inner sleeves


out 05 OCT 2018...

Wanderer marks a pivotal moment in both Chan Marshall’s life and her career. The album is in many ways, a quintessential Cat Power record, with Marshall’s clarion voice front and center in a set of songs that remarkably stark and straightforward.
Wanderer is, at its heart, a testament to the transformative nature of songs, an album-length imagining of alternate paths, redemptions, connections, and open-ended possibility.
Produced by Marshall and mixed by Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Beck), the album includes appearances by longtime friends and compatriots, as well as guest vocals courtesy of friend and recent tourmate Lana Del Rey.

Deluxe edition vinyl pressed on clear vinyl!


out 05 OCT 2018...

"PLAY" is a two part mini-documentary, directed by Grohl with help from his Sound City/Sonic Highways collaborator Mark Monroe, celebrating the rewards and challenges of dedicating ones life to playing and mastering a musical instrument. Part one opens with narrated behind the scenes footage featuring discussion of the love of playing music and the lifelong relationship with an instrument, and detailing the process and challenges of recording and filming this unique performance.
“PLAY" film then segues to the titular 23-minute, one-man-band instrumental recording on which Grohl plays all seven instruments on the track, all live. The entire song was played by Grohl, each time on a different instrument, live for 23 minutes. Beginning with the recording of the entire drum track purely from memory, with no sheet music or guide tracks, followed by guitar, then bass, then keyboards, and so on… Grohl tasked himself with a one-man-band recording session that was forced to start from the very beginning of the 23-minute song any time the slightest mistake was made or if Grohl felt he could do a better take. Concrete and Gold engineer Darrell Thorp was on hand to capture the sounds.
Limited edition vinyl release featuring a 23 minute original song on one side (all instruments played by Dave) and an etching on the other, all in a special die-cut vinyl jacket.


out 28 SEPT 2018...

ELVIS COSTELLO & THE IMPOSTERS - Look Now (Indie Exclusive Red Edition Vinyl) 2-LP Set FUCKED UP-Dose Your Dreams (Opaque Yellow Blob In Clear Vinyl Edition) 2-LP Set HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER-Devotion: Songs About Rivers and Spirits and Children (Black Vinyl Edition) 4-LP Set

Look Now marks Costello’s first new project with the Imposters since 2008’s Momofuku...


Deluxe Indie exclusive edition pressed on red vinyl!


out 12 OCT 2018...

“Never sink and never hide / They tried to break our dream, but child: / Joy Stops Time”.
I was sent an unfinished version of Dose Your Dreams so that I might contribute string parts. I couldn’t stop listening to the rough mixes I received. A friend asked me how the record was. I replied, “My God, Fucked Up have made their Screamadelica.”
And psych-rock-groove it is. The drums mixed wide, propensity for drones, for delay pedal, for repetition, groove. The politics and aesthetics of hardcore married to an “open format” approach to genre. Elements of doo-wop, krautrock, groove, digital hardcore.
“None of Your Business Man” opens the album in familiar enough territory, a sax-assisted exit from an office space. But things get psychedelic very quickly. By the time the title track arrives, Mike Haliechuk is whispering, wah pedals are in full effect, and we’re wearing oversized t-shirts and pinwheeling. “Accelerate,” the lyrical centerpiece of the album, storms in like Boredoms on a bullet train and dissolves into a digital nightmare. The album closer, “Joy Stops Time,” finds Fucked Up at their most Düsseldorfian, nearly eight minutes of blissful motorik.
At the center of it all is Damian Abraham’s scream—a man chained, a man tortured, a true protagonist. The effect is one of an epic, every chapter attempting its own narrative devices, its own genre hybridization—and it works, it works so insanely well. The drama unfolds like a miniature world of many parts being explored, a map being illuminated, location by location.
As with David Comes to Life, there is a story here. David—who once came to life—is now indentured to a desk job. David meets the elderly Joyce who closes his eyes, opens his mind, and sends him on a spiritual journey. David embarks on his own metaphysical odyssey. He sees a stage adaptation of his own life. He speaks to an angel in a lightbulb. He sees an infinite series of universes as simulations within simulations.
Meanwhile, Lloyd—Joyce’s lover—was sent, decades ago, by Joyce on the same odyssey, but was lost in the void. Lloyd seeks to be found and reunited with his lover. Where will David end up? Will Joyce and Lloyd be reunited?
Dose Your Dreams—meaning: treat your dreams as you would a dream, allow yourself to be lost within them, allow them to open your heart and your mind, enjoy them as you would a drug. Reach out for my hand and pull me close.

—Owen Pallett

the "peak" vinyl edition is pressed on opaque yellow blob in clear vinyl!


out 05 OCT 2018...

On November 2, Hiss Golden Messenger will release Devotion: Songs About Rivers and Spirits and Children, a limited-edition deluxe box set which includes remastered reissues of the classic Hiss albums Bad Debt, Poor Moon, and Haw as well as Virgo Fool, a rarities compilation that will only be available physically as part of this collection. Both the 4-CD and 4-LP sets are housed in a cloth-wrapped, foil-stamped slipcase and feature original iconographic artwork by Sam Smith, an exclusive foldout poster, full lyrics, and new liner notes by New Yorker writer Amanda Petrusich and MOJO editor John Mulvey. The vinyl set also includes a digital download of all tracks.

“Come the brightest, brightest day, the north wind’s gonna be a friend of mine.”

4 LPs on black vinyl in individual single sleeves housed in cloth-wrapped, foil-stamped slipcase. Includes insert with lyrics for each title & 10” x 22” poster (exclusive to box set). 12’ x 12” onsert shrinkwrapped to back of the box with foil-stamped limited edition numbering.

Excerpts from the Devotion liner notes:

What struck me about Hiss Golden Messenger—and my absorption in these early records was instantaneous—is that Taylor’s songs are completely and unfailingly honest about how stupid and frustrating it is to be a person. But then, of course, he finds magnificence anyway: “Hallelujah anyhow” is how he put it later.
—Amanda Petrusich

Even on his most raw and unadorned album, Bad Debt, or on his most troubled, Haw, Taylor is still striving for that next level. Sometimes the epiphanies arrive through lyrical graft; “I’m trying to learn,” he vows, emblematically, on “Sufferer (Love My Conqueror).” Sometimes, they manifest musically, as if the collective endeavour of a band can provide consolation, for both the participants and the listeners, in even the darkest of times. It’s these imperatives, I think, that have made me turn to Hiss Golden Messenger records more than any others over the past decade; Taylor’s issues are all too understandable, but his creative solutions to them are almost mystically uplifting to a non-musician like myself. His music articulates an untethered spiritual meaning, one which can make sense to those of us who have no coherent system of belief. On these albums, you can hear a mission, a compassionate vision, being improvised and fleshed out exponentially, as Taylor’s sense of community and his place in it grows with every release. Also, they really fucking swing.
—John Mulvey

Out 02 NOV 2018.

HOW TO DRESS WELL-The Anteroom (Indie Exclusive Silver Vinyl Edition) 2-LP Set J MASCIS-Elastic Days (Clear With Purple Swirl "Loser" Edition Vinyl) LP JASON ISBELL-Live From The Ryman (Translucent Green Edition Vinyl) 2-LP Set

A new album from How To Dress Well, titled The Anteroom, will be out October
19th on Domino. Co-produced by Joel Ford (Ford & Lopatin, Airbird), this record plays as a single continuous piece of 21st century psychedelic music and features Krell’s most bewitching sound experimentation to date. Moreover, the stories Krell sings on this record – some biographical, many from the most knotted corners of human life – are deeply personal and human(e).
The Anteroom - with its blizzardous electronic noise, fragile melodies and
poignant poetry - reclaims the experimental core of the HTDW project.


out 19 OCT 2018...

Elastic Days brims with great moments. Epic hooks that snare you in surprisingly subtle ways, guitar textures that slide against each other like old lovers, and structures that range from a neo-power-ballad (“Web So Dense”) to jazzily-canted West Coasty post-psych (“Give It Off”) to a track that subliminally recalls the keyboard approach of Scott Thurston-era Stooges (“Drop Me”). The album plays out with a combination of holism and variety that is certain to set many brains ablaze.

pressed on limited clear with purple swirl "loser" edition vinyl!


out 09 NOV 2018...

The 13-track live album features performances of tracks from 2017's The Nashville Sound, 2015's Something More Than Free, and 2013's Southeastern, the majority of which were recorded during his 2017 string of Ryman shows. Among the tracks are the Grammy-winning "If We Were Vampires" and fan favorite "Cover Me Up."

1. "Hope the High Road"
2. "24 Frames"
3. "White Man's World"
4. "Flagship"
5. "Cumberland Gap"
6. "Something More Than Free"
7. "The Life You Chose"
8. "Elephant"
9. "Flying Over Water"
10. "Last of My Kind"
11. "Cover Me Up"
12. "Super 8"
13. "If We Were Vampires"


out 19 OCT 2018...

KURT VILE-Bottle It In (Indie Exclusive Clear Edition Vinyl) LP MARGOT & THE NUCLEAR SO AND SO'S-Animal (Black Vinyl Edition) 2-LP Set MARGOT & THE NUCLEAR SO AND SO'S-Not Animal (Black Vinyl Edition) 2-LP Set

Travel can inspire in surprising ways: Kurt Vile discovered as much making his first record in three years, the eclectic and electrifying Bottle It In, which he recorded at various studios around the country over two very busy years, during sessions that usually punctuated the ends of long tours or family road trips.
Every song, whether it’s a concise and catchy pop composition or a sprawling guitar epic, becomes a journey unto itself, taking unexpected detours, circuitous melodic avenues, or open-highway solos. If Vile has become something of a rock guitar god—a mantle he would dismiss out of humility but also out of a desire to keep getting better, to continue absorbing new music, new sounds, new ideas—it’s due to his precise, witty playing style, which turns every riff and rhythm into points on a map and takes the scenic route from one to the next.

Indie exclusive vinyl limited to 5000 blue wax!


out 12 OCT 2018...

2008 saw the release of, not one, but two albums from Margot & The Nuclear So and So's. 10 years later, both releases are once again lovingly repressed and available on wax...

Out 09 NOV 2018.

2008 saw the release of, not one, but two albums from Margot & The Nuclear So and So's. 10 years later, both releases are once again lovingly repressed and available on wax...

Out 09 NOV 2018.

MUDHONEY-Digital Garbage (Sea-Foam Green "Loser" Edition Vinyl) LP OST-Rick And Morty (Green + Blue "Loser" Edition Vinyl) 2-LP Set STEREOLAB-Aluminum Tunes (Clear Edition Vinyl) 3-LP Set

Since the late ’80s, Mudhoney – the Seattle-based foursome whose muck-crusted version of rock, shot through with caustic wit and battened down by a ferocious low end – has been a high-pH tonic against the ludicrous and the insipid.
Thirty years later, the world is experiencing a particularly high-water moment for both those ideals. But just in time, vocalist Mark Arm, guitarist Steve Turner, bassist Guy Maddison, and drummer Dan Peters are back with Digital Garbage, a barbed-wire-trimmed collection of sonic brickbats. Arm’s raw yawp and his bandmates’ long-honed chemistry make Digital Garbage an ideal release valve for the 2018 pressure cooker, its insistent rhythms forcing movement and Arm’s sardonic lyrics offering a funhouse-mirror companion to the ever-more-ridiculous news cycle. “My sense of humor is dark, and these are dark times,” says Arm. “I suppose it’s only getting darker.”

"Loser" edition vinyl pressed on sea-foam green vinyl!


out 28 SEPT 2018...

Sub Pop and Adult Swim are releasing a 24-track soundtrack from the critically-acclaimed series Rick and Morty featuring music from the show’s composer Ryan Elder, and songs from Chaos Chaos, Blonde Redhead, Mazzy Star, and Belly, plus two brand new tunes from Chad VanGaalen and Clipping inspired by the show.
Rick and Morty follows a sociopathic genius scientist who drags his inherently timid grandson on insanely dangerous adventures across the universe. Rick Sanchez is living with his daughter Beth’s family and constantly bringing her, his son-in-law Jerry, granddaughter Summer, and grandson Morty into intergalactic escapades. Can the family survive Rick’s insanity and all the chaos the universe throws at them?
Rick and Morty stars Justin Roiland, Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell and Spencer Grammer. The series is created by Dan Harmon and Roiland who also serve as executive producers.

pressed on limited green + blue "loser" edition vinyl!


out 28 SEPT 2018...

Duophonic UHF Disks presents remasters of Stereolab's 'Switched On' series. Pressed on clear vinyl!


out 28 SEPT 2018...

STEREOLAB-Refried Ectoplasm (Clear Edition Vinyl) 2-LP Set STEREOLAB-Switched On Vol.1 (Clear Edition Vinyl) LP SWEARIN-Fall Into The Sun (Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl Edition) LP

Duophonic UHF Disks presents remasters of Stereolab's 'Switched On' series. Pressed on clear vinyl!


out 28 SEPT 2018...

Duophonic UHF Disks presents remasters of Stereolab's 'Switched On' series. Pressed on clear vinyl!


out 28 SEPT 2018...

Swearin’ is the kind of band that comes around, at best, once a decade. Thankfully for us, they’ve come around twice.
After releasing two beloved full-lengths, 2012’s Swearin’ and 2013’s Surfing Strange, the Philadelphia band quietly put things on hold. It was due, at least in part, to the band’s main songwriters, Allison Crutchfield and Kyle Gilbride, ending their romantic relationship. And though Swearin’ tried to soldier on, it became far too stressful to keep going. But after a few years apart, those bad feelings disappeared. And when the band’s three members—Crutchfield, Gilbride, and drummer Jeff Bolt—found themselves in a room again, the conversation inevitably turned back to Swearin’.
“Drunkenly, without any hesitation or inhibitions,” said Crutchfield, “we asked, ‘What would it take from each of us? What would we need to do this again? What would we want to accomplish if we decided to be a band again?’” They realized that what they all wanted was to not just play shows, but to make a new record. Before the band initially split, they’d already started writing for what would have been their third album, but instead of going back to that old material, they wanted to do something that reflected the people they’d become during those intervening years. “When a band re-forms and makes a new record that is trying to sound like the heyday of their band, it doesn’t sound genuine,” said Bolt. Before long, Crutchfield and Gilbride had a new batch of Swearin’ songs, ones that meshed with the sound they’d originally developed together but boldly pushed things forward.
The result is Fall into the Sun, a Swearin’ record that doesn’t try to obscure the passage of time but instead embraces it. “Getting older, your tastes change, and what you want to do changes,” said Bolt. Those changes, though subtle, are impactful, making Fall into the Sun what Crutchfield calls “the adult Swearin’ album.” It can be seen in songs like “Big Change,” where she says goodbye to Philly and the scene that she came up in, or in “Dogpile,” where Gilbride offers the line any aging punk can relate to: “By pure dumb luck I’ve gotten where I’m going.” Where Swearin’ used to pummel through their songs, on Fall into the Sun, they bask in what this newfound openness offers. It’s most notable on the ambling “Stabilize,” which sees the band throw their weight around in the song’s back half, offering up what’s easily the heaviest riff in the band’s catalog.

the "peak" vinyl edition is pressed on coke bottle clear vinyl!


out 05 OCT 2018...

TWENTY ONE PILOTS-Trench (Indie Exclusive Olive Green Edition Vinyl) 2-LP Set WILL OLDHAM-Songs Of Love And Horror (Black Vinyl Edition) LP

After weeks of cryptic images and videos, Twenty One Pilots officially announce their latest effort, Trench!

pressed on limited indie exclusive olive green vinyl!


out 05 OCT 2018...

Fall of 2018 sees the release of a celebrated lyrics archive that has been growing for over 25 years—the words to the songs sung by Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and Palace Music. The author of the songs is Will Oldham, and the book, to be released by W.W. Norton, is titled Songs of Love and Horror, the same as this album.
Songs of Love and Horror is a rare entry in this oeuvre: a Will Oldham album, with the writer taking a turn as singer. As befits the nature of this project, the songs are sung and played by Will alone, in a setting enjoyed by fans of his music—that of one voice and one guitar, the better to savor the spare changes and starkly-cut lyrics, operating in quiet tension and ultimate collaboration. Will brings to the songs all that he has learned from his stagecrafting fellows over the years, singing new versions that quiver like fresh young things in the air of today.


out 19 OCT 2018...