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Calendar [Blues Images 2015 Calendar (with CD)]

Available now. (12 month calendar with free CD) Our 2015 "Classic Blues Artwork from the 1920's" Calendar with free CD has broad appeal to anyone interested in Blues music or history. Within its pages is a huge treasure trove of original Blues artwork from the earliest days of recorded Blues history. In addition, each calendar contains a free CD that cleverly matches up each month's artwork with the original recording it advertises. These songs make the calendar come alive! ; This year's CD has a total of 24 tracks: 12 Blues classics from Blues masters Memphis Minnie, Gus Cannon, Charley Patton, Blind Lemon Jefferson and others plus 12 super rare songs by legendary Blues artists including the $37,000 Tommy Johnson Paramount 78!
Disappears [Irreal]

January 20 street date. Irreal, the fifth long player from Chicago's Disappears, is another trip down the rabbit hole. The album plays out as a dream sequence - hazed dub landscapes give way to the group's most experimental and open music yet. If their last album Era confirmed the fact that Disappears are on their own trip, then Irreal is where it kicks in. Eternalism, roboethics, identity - it's a Ballardian mix of imperfect melodies, half thoughts and good ol' dystopian modernity. It's a master class in texture, pace and control. Produced by John Congleton at famed Chicago recording institution Electrical Audio, Irreal sits in the negative space where art rock and post punk collapse onto each other. It's the sound of Disappears reporting back from The Void.
Dr. Dog [Live at a Flamingo Hotel (2LP)]

January 13 street date. Dr. Dog releases the first ever bottling of the band’s effervescent live shows, Live at a Flamingo Hotel. Culled from the band’s 2014 North American tour, the songs here cover all of Dr. Dog’s seven studio albums, ranging over a decade of material. Says bassist/vocalist Toby Leaman, "We’re one thing on a record and a different thing live. We’ve always built our fans through the live show. Somebody goes to a Dr. Dog show and hopefully comes again and brings somebody with them. We see it build in a town by coming back several times. Our live show is vital to how we view ourselves as a band." The collection serves essentially as a Dr. Dog greatest hits, with a running time nearly equal to a live set - and longer than what will fit on a traditional CD, as the album will see only a digital and four-sided vinyl release. From hits like 'Shadow People' and 'Lonesome' to live staples like 'County Line', 'The Rabbit, the Bat and the Reindeer', and 'Ain’t It Strange', this is Dr. Dog as god intended. The album contains Dr. Dog’s cover of Architecture In Helsinki’s 'Heart in Races' a cult favorite making its first appearance on a Dr. Dog album. LP Includes download card.
Guided By Voices [Bee Thousand (remaster 2015/gatefold sleeve)]

January 20 street date. Little introduction should be required here. Let it suffice to say that Bee Thousand is arguably the best, or at least among the top Guided By Voices albums in a copious discography. Accordingly, the album has stacked up accolades over the years, including being voted #1 on Amazon.com’s "100 Greatest Indie Rock Albums of All Time." It’s a staple of such lists, and has also placed highly on those curated by Spin, Pitchfork, Mojo and Rolling Stone. This new LP pressing, the first since the late ’90s, honors the album’s 20th anniversary. It features new (and definitely improved) mastering from John Golden, a substantial gatefold jacket with a previously unpublished Robert Pollard collage, and high-quality virgin vinyl from RTI. We’ve also included a free download card.
Guided By Voices [King Shit And the Golden Boys]

January 20 street date.As a companion piece to the vinyl reissue of Bee Thousand, Scat Records presents a new edition of this finest compilation of Guided By Voices outtakes. Originally included with the multi-disc set Box, this issue marks the album’s first release as a standalone piece. The first side features highlights from two otherwise unreleased albums from the band’s early days (Learning to Hunt and Back to Saturn X), while the second side mops up the best cuts left off of Bee Thousand. All tracks are exclusive to this release. Packaged in a high-quality, heavy-duty tip-on jacket and pressed on virgin RTI vinyl (Incl. Download), this LP is a must for even the casual GBV fan.
James, Etta [Tell Mama (180g mono)]

January 20 street date. 'Tell Mama' by Etta James was originally released in 1968 and it put her back in the top 10 with the single 'Tell Mama'. Produced by Rick Hall at FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama this album is a stone cold soul - blues classic from start to finish. Standout tracks include the title track, a cover of Otis Redding’s 'Security', 'I’d Rather Go Blind' and 'Don’t Lose Your Good Thing'. Easily one of the best albums of her long career it is now being reissued on 180 gram vinyl in glorious mono!
Madvillain [Madvillainy: 10 Year Anniversary Edition (2LP)]

December 23 street date. MF DOOM & MADLIB ARE MADVILLAIN. The MC and producer’s collaboration Madvillainy was released 10 years ago this week. Stones Throw has released a subtle update of the vinyl in silver, black & day-glo orange: Madvillainy (limited, 10-year anniversary edition). Here’s how it happened. Madlib wanted to record with Doom. We found the guy, brought him out to the house in the east Los Angeles hills where Stones Throw was based at the time. Most of the tracks were written and recorded there, Madlib making beats in a former bomb shelter downstairs, Doom writing on the back porch and recording in a bedroom. "Meat Grinder" and "Figaro" were made in the first couple days - songs lit, in the booth, with the best host / Doing bong hits on the roof out in the west coast. Madlib and Egon were in Brazil after the first round of tracks were put together, which Madlib bought to listen to on a CD-R. He made a few more beats out there which would end up on the album, using a portable record player, an SP 303 and a borrowed cassette deck. Meanwhile, some sad-sack jackass burned a copy of the demo and decided to post it on the internet - wasn’t even tweaked and it leaked into cyberspace / couldn’t wait for the snipes to place / at least a track list in bold print type face. Declaring the album "already out," the artists more or less gave up on the record and it took months to bring them back to the project. Verse 2 of "Rhinestone Cowboy" was written and recorded over 6 months after the first verse. Sometimes he rhyme quick, sometimes he rhyme slow, or vice versa / Whip up a slice of nice verse pie, hit it on the first try. Be weary of the "first try" claim - Doom tweaked and perfected his lyrics and delivery several times through late 2003. Madvillainy with no hooks and dirty beats was released March 23, 2004. Exec produced by PB Wolf. Design by Jeff Jank. Mastered by Dave Cooley. Photos by Eric Coleman. James Reitano made a badass video. 10 years later we’re all patiently waiting for the next record.
Martinez, Cliff [My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn]

January 6 street date. The vinyl edition to "My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn" is limited to 500 units pressed on 180 gm clear vinyl. Download card included! My Life Directed By Nicolas Winding Refn is a fascinating behind the scene documentary directed by Liv Corfixen, the wife of Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Bronson). It is a heartfelt and authentic portrait of the acclaimed and controversial director during the filming and release of Only God Forgives. This one hour long film takes the audience on set with the director in the streets of Bangkok and offers a unique perspective on the filmmaker’s family life. Radius is releasing the film on VOD and digital platform in December 2014. The soundtrack features an electronic score by Cliff Martinez who has previously partnered with Nicolas Winding Refn on the scores to Drive and Only God Forgives. The album also features the 80s influenced pop song 'Disconnected' by Julian Winding.
Melvins [Ozma/Bullhead (2LP)]

January 20 street date. Back in print in vinyl after 15 years! Includes digital download with one bonus track ('Candy-O'). This double-LP package combines two of the earliest releases from the often imitated but never duplicated Melvins. Formed in the early-’80s in the scenic wonderland known as Aberdeen, WA, the band took inspiration from Black Flag, Black Sabbath, Venom, Flipper, Stooges and other floggers of highenergy, low-velocity plod. Today, more than 30 years later, they might be more popular than ever. Slow and steady wins the race. Disc one is Ozma, from 1989, which was recorded soon after their move from Washington to San Francisco, and was their first release to include the diminutive yet mighty Lorax (Lori Temple Black) on bass. In fact, the first sound one hears at the album’s opening is Lori standing on her tiptoes to switch on her amp, thereby warning the listener of the onslaught to come. Distorted, down-tuned doom riffs start, stop, lurch sideways with no warning, and seem to end before they start. Buzz Osborne adds extraneous guitar static and vocal squeals. Drummer Dale Crover plays as if he’s inside a barrel going over Niagara Falls; the long, slow fall allows the space between beats to grow and grow until he crashes into the water with the vessel blasting apart in an explosion of drum rolls. Disc two is Bullhead, from 1991. The songs are longer, the mood is calmer, yet more menacing. Stand-out track, 'Boris' (which gave the Japanese group their name) is a long, slow, low death march of addiction and self-abuse. The LPs have been remastered and are back in print on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. The new gatefold packaging includes never-beforeseen vintage photos, as well as the original artwork and insert, all tidied up and ready to meet Mom and Dad. Free download (with one extra track) is included.
Melvins [Eggnog/Lice-All (2LP)]

January 20 street date. Back in print in vinyl after 15 years! Includes digital download! This double-LP package combines two of the earliest releases from the often imitated but never duplicated Melvins. Formed in the early-’80s in the scenic wonderland known as Aberdeen, WA, the band took inspiration from Black Flag, Black Sabbath, Venom, Flipper, Stooges and other floggers of high-energy, low-velocity plod. Today, more than 30 years later, they might be more popular than ever. Slow and steady wins the race. Disc one is Eggnog, from 1991. Originally released as a 10-inch, Eggnog is a wild ride into the outer limits of Melvins-dom. Disc two is Lice-All, from 1992, previously known as self-titled, and also previously known as something else we’re all not gonna talk about, thank you very much. This was their last release before signing their Atlantic deal, and features the introduction of new bass player Joe Preston (previously of Earth, currently of Thrones). It’s one long, slow, loud blob of drones, moans and fuzztones. The opening endless power chord shimmer influenced Sleep, Sunn O))), and countless other sludge metal drone freaks for years to come. The LPs have been remastered and are back in print on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. The new gatefold packaging includes neverbefore-seen vintage photos, as well as the original artwork and insert, all tidied up and ready to meet Mom and Dad. Free download is included.
Parquet Courts (aka Parkay Quarts) [Content Nausea]

Please note: new street date January 6. Content Nausea, Parkay Quarts' second release of 2014, is the inevitable repercussion to Sunbathing Animal's pure emotion. With one member completing a degree in mathematics, and another starting a family, Content Nauseafeatures mostly the work of Savage and Brown, with the help of a few friends (Jackie-O Motherfucker's Jef Brown on Saxaphone and Eaters' Bob Jones on fiddle). This likely explains the homophonic name shift, which was previously used last years' "Tally All the Things That You Broke". Featuring some of the bands most accessible and dissonant recordings, "Content Nausea" was recorded, mixed and mastered in two weeks on a 4-track tape machine. The band wanted something that listeners could "live with over the winter". At 35 minutes, the record lies somewhere between an EP and an LP, but who's counting? On Content Nausea, we find the band confidently exploring sounds that were previously only hinted at; Townes Van Zandt and Dylan are evident points of departure on "Uncast Shadow of a Southern Myth", a lonesome tale about "two men tragically colliding in the deep south", explains Savage. The 13th Floor Elevators get a hat tip via NYC reinterpretation of "Slide Machine", and there's even an unexpected, gender-bending cover of Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made for Walking". "A personal karaoke standard", explains Savage. Mostly, Content Nausea reflects the rapid change in the band's hometown of New York City, while at the same time emphasizing the changes in the band itself. The record's sleeve is a bleak vision of Freedom-Tower-era NYC flooded by (what else?) content. A city that is becoming increasingly unrecognizable to its romantic history. Not unlike Parkay Quarts."
Pratt, Jessica [On Your Own Love Again]

January 27 street date. WE ALL WANT THE WORLD TO BE BEAUTIFUL. We want scribes and songbirds to tell us so - and sometimes they do and then it is. They point their pens and focus their lens where they will and surprise us to our soul. On Your Own Love Again is a record that does it to us, with songs from a spine-thrilling new place and a gifted young singer with her own musical logic. Jessica Pratt’s self-titled 2012 debut has been much-murmured about in the time between yesterday and today. People respond to the austere, pristine clarity of the performances, the gentle strength, marveling at how much comes from so little: just a voice and a guitar or two! They remark on the timeless nature of the songs and the voice, scrupulously informed by the folk-rock of ages past, but sung without bags (none in hand, nor beneath eyes). They speculate on just who is the personality behind this Jessica Pratt? It is hard not to respond to the sound of her music, not to want more right away. Two years on, and Jessica’s very new On Your Own Love Again is here for us, playing her further adventures in different pastures. If they feel removed from the first songs, it may help to know that the recordings of the first album were made some years back with no expectation of making an album. They sat quiet on the shelf for a long time, appearing on the internet eventually. It all seemed harmless, but when Birth Records honcho Tim Presley rolled up in his long white limousine and began to spin tales of folk rock glory, who was she to say no? Sure, Mr. Presley, fence me a record! The album was recorded entirely by Jessica in the fashion of 'Night Faces' and 'Dreams', from her first album, and mixed in collaboration with Will Canzoneri. Touched lightly with additional instrumental and vocal parts, the songs ripple beneath the surface with lyrical details that morph almost subliminally from the personal into fantasy. When Jessica’s playful nature bubbles up, she sends her voice traveling into strange places to see what it finds there. The music too is deceptively accomplished, providing subtle hallucinatory nuances to the tunes.
Ricked Wicky [I Sell The Circus (Robert Pollard)]

February 3 street date. The first thing the listener will notice about Ricked Wicky is that it is the most musically adept project Guided By Voices’ mage Robert Pollard has undertaken in some time, at least since late period-GBV (Half-Smiles of the Decomposed, for instance), or even Boston Spaceships. "[Ricked Wicky] is a sophisticated arena rock band," says Pollard, and I Sell the Circus offers in evidence a series of ball-peen hammers to the brain-pan. Credit the players: bolstering the easy mastery of a dizzying array of songwriting forms one naturally expects (and receives) from Pollard are the impressive instrumental prowess of fellow Daytonian Nick Mitchell ("no blood relation to Mitch," Pollard stresses), who can otherwise be found in near-weekly performance at Wings, an important Dayton sports bar; multiinstrumentalist and producer Todd Tobias; and "the worldly Kevin March", (Pollard again) who does double duty these days in Guided By Voices. Fourteen of its fifteen tracks were recorded at Cyberteknics in Dayton, a studio Pollard has come to use with increasing frequency due to its profusion of vintage analog gear. "Some may wish to refer to us as a ‘super group,’" says Pollard, tongue practically poking through his cheek, but as with a lot of the pronouncements made by The Oracle of Huffman Prairie, as no one has ever called him or ever will, he’s joking, but he’s not joking. Ricked Wicky may not be a super group as the term is too-commonly used, but there’s no real doubt they’re a super group.
Roberts, Alasdair [s/t (2015)]

January 27 street date. Alasdair Roberts is the name of the new solo record from the well-known Scottish songwriter, guitarist and singer Alasdair Roberts - his eighth Drag City Records release under that name, following on from 2013’s A Wonder Working Stone. The rich ambiance throughout the album is evidence of yet another tremendous leap in Alasdair’s writing, playing and singing. The six years since Spoils seem like a much greater expanse of time for all the growth shown on the four albums between then and now. A Wonder Working Stone was an expansive double album, featuring some thirteen musician friends working through complex arrangements of ten sprawling epics written in the syncretic style Alasdair debuted on Spoils. By contrast, Alasdair Roberts’ ten songs are sparse, intimate and concise. The focus throughout is on Alasdair’s deft acoustic fingerstyle guitar and his voice. The songs are variously elliptical and gnomic, direct and personal, romantic and tender. There are occasional guest appearances from fellow Glasgow-dwellers Alex South (clarinet), Donald Lindsay (tin whistle) and singing quartet The Crying Lion (Alex Neilson, Lavinia Blackwall, Harry Campbell, Katy Cooper), always to great dramatic effect. In response to the economy of the arrangements, Alasdair’s voice pitches down on occasion, enhancing the close feeling of this album - an environment where even the sounding of percussive stick-clicks signals a dynamic sonic shift. Alasdair Roberts has had a remarkable career to date, starting his music-making in the mid-nineties under the band name Appendix Out and collaborating widely with many musicians from within and without the traditional music tradition over the intervening twenty years. Alasdair has toured incessantly far and wide during this time, working as well with artists from other disciplines such as filmmakers, poets and puppeteers. The resulting performances, expressions and actions are his life’s work, and Alasdair Roberts is a new phase in an essential and ever-evolving discography; it will please long-term followers and new listeners alike, and stand with his other records as a testament in time to as pure a talent as this era has seen and heard.
Russell, Arthur [Calling Out Of Context]

January 6 street date. The compilation that started the Arthur Russell renaissance! In 2002 Audika Records entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with the estate of Arthur Russell to compile and issue previously unreleased and out of print material from the artist's vast archive. This first collection, Calling Out Of Context, features 12 previously unreleased tracks of Buddhist bubblegum alt disco pop recorded during Arthur’s prime years from 1985-90. Also available on CD (Cat# AU1001)
Segall, Ty [Live In San Francisco]

February 3 street date. By now you should know what you’re in for here: an eardrum-toasting take to tape of the mighty Ty Segall Band, captured during two nights in San Francisco at the barely-pushing-medium-sized venue The Rickshaw Stop. Rowdy crowd, meet stacks of amplifiers - Ty, Charlie, Mikal and Emily came to singe your ears off. There have been live recordings of Ty before, of course, but never so crisply and fully realized as this scorching platter of fuzz. As always, the cover artwork showcases beautiful black and white photos shot to film at the venue by Castle Face’s favorite lensman Brian Pritchard. As always, the tape takes are tweaked and saturated to perfection by their incredible crack team of engineers and knobgoblins. Live in San Francisco features jams from throughout Mr. Segall’s torrential output of the past few years, including a take of the first single 'Feel' off his great new record Manipulator. It’s the next best thing to getting in to the show, which is getting harder and harder with Ty these days. . .
Sonic Youth [s/t (1981 EP + 8 bonus tracks live & outtakes)]

January 20 street date. Sonic Youth’s eponymous debut 12-inch was recorded in late 1981 at Radio City Music Hall in NYC and originally released on composer Glenn Branca’s Neutral label. The album is loosely based on compositions the newly formed group had performed at that year’s week-long Noisefest event (and remains the only recorded document of an early line-up featuring actor Richard Edson on drums). Back in print on CD, the Goofin’ Records edition also features extra live material from a 1981 gig and an outtake from a early studio session. "We wanted it to sound like PIL who we were into. It didn’t but we were lucky it came out sounding like a record. We did it in two eight-hour sessions at a studio at Radio City Music Hall called Plaza Sound. The janitor let us in the back door." - Kim Gordon
soundtrack [The Knick (2LP) Cliff Martinez score]

December 23 street date. 180 GRAM DOUBLE VINYL HOUSED IN HEAVY GATEFOLD - DOWNLOAD CARD INCLUDED - LIMITED EDITION: 2000 UNITS - The acclaimed soundtrack to The Knick is finally being released on vinyl! Illustrator Kilian Eng designed the whole layout for the release. This release features additional music from the show not available on the CD and digital release! THE KNICK is the new exciting TV series by writer/director Steven Soderbergh (HBO's Behind the Candelabra, Side Effects...). Cinemax is to premiere The Knick on August 8. Starring Clive Owen and set in New York 1900, the show centers on Knickerbocker Hospital and the groundbreaking surgeons, nurses and staff, who push the bounds of medicine in a time of astonishingly high mortality rates and zero antibiotics. The soundtrack features a fantastic score by acclaimed composer Cliff Martinez (Drive, Springbreakers, Only God Forgives, Solaris).
Sumac [The Deal]

February 3 street date. Sumac is a new band made up of veterans Aaron Turner (Isis, Old Man Gloom, Mamiffer) and Nick Yacyshyn (Baptists), who also happens to be Dave Grohl’s new favorite drummer. Bass player Brian Cook (Russian Circles, Botch, These Arms Are Snakes) joins the duo as an auxiliary member on The Deal, the group’s debut album of steamroller crush and methodical, free-range technicality. Sumac came into being when Turner had the urge to revisit his roots - the forward-thinking heavy music sound of early Isis and Hydra Head Records output - and take these influences in wholly new directions. He found the ideal partner in drummer Yacyshyn, who employs his impressive drumming talents to the fullest extent in the project. The pair entered the studio in late Summer 2014 to track The Deal with engineer Mell Dettmer (Wolves in the Throne Room, Sunn 0))), etc.), where bassist Cook laid down the pulse. The album was mixed by Kurt Ballou of Converge at Godcity Studios and mastered by Mikka Jusslla at Finvoxx Studios in Finland. The Deal stands on its own as the crushing, colossally heavy work of a full-time band - not simply a one-off side-project. Touring and live actions are imminent.
Toy Guitar [In This Mess]

January 27 street date. Jack Dalrymple has cultivated a near legendary status with his involvement in One Man Army, Swingin’ Utters, Dead To Me, and The Revolts. Of course, few musicians in punk rock possess a calling card like Jack’s velvety vocals, but his song writing and guitar work are just as renowned. All three talents are on full display in Jack’s latest endeavor, toyGuitar. Filled out by Miles Peck, Rosie Gonce, and Paul Oxborrow, all outstanding musicians in their own right, toyGuitar churns out a hyper-elevated level of garage rock. Based on the raw fuzz of 70’s protopunk and complemented by intricate guitar leads, unbelievably hook laden melodies, and captivating lead and backing vocals, toyGuitar’s ultra-stylized sound even incorporates elements of surf, 60’s soul, and power pop. In This Mess is toyGuitar’s first full-length and first release on Fat. From the Bowie-esque twinge of 'Human Hyenas', to an attitude reminiscent of The Stooges on 'In My Head', to the hypnotic vibe of 'Roller Coasters', every track on In This Mess offers something unique without ever losing the album’s pervasive jolt of energy. LP includes download code.
V/A [Saint Etienne Presents: Songs for a London Winter]

Please note new street date December 9. Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs have ransacked their record collections, with a helping hand from DJ Martin Green, to give you the sound of Piccadilly in December - baubles, bangles, tinsel and whisky macs. This is a decidedly London selection - Joe Henderson's ‘Sleighride’ has the distinct feel of Hampstead Heath rather than Lapland. Homegrown rockers like Billy Fury and Adam Faith are found rubbing shoulders over a Christmas pint with John Barry and jazzers Kenny Baker and John Dankworth. Tricia Marks and Lyn Cornell provide festive glamour. Saint Etienne member and pop historian Bob Stanley writes the sleevenotes. This is a soundtrack for the Hamley's shop window and a proper 60s UK time capsule.
V/A [Ciao Bella: Italian Girl Singers of the 60s]

February 3 street date. The 1960s girl-pop compilations on our occasional Ace International and Big Beat International imprints rank among our most popular releases of recent years. Having hit upon a winning formula by hopping over the Channel to France for 'C’est Chic!' and 'Tres Chic!', and by venturing further afield to Japan for two volumes of 'Nippon Girls', we now turn the spotlight on Italy. The collection opens with Brunetta’s prized dancefloor-filler ‘Baluba Shake’ and closes with ‘Cuore’, a dramatic beat ballad by petite dynamo Rita Pavone. Star of the show is the prolific Mina - queen bee of Italy’s female singers - with three tracks: ‘No’ (a wailing folk rock nugget), ‘Più Di Te’ (a cover of the Tracy Dey/Bob Crewe classic ‘I Won’t Tell’) and ‘Se Telefonando’ (a sophisto-pop epic courtesy of maestro Ennio Morricone). Other highlights include the sitar-embellished ‘Il Mio Posto Qual’È’ by Ornella Vanoni, a convincing cover of ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’ by beat girl Caterina Caselli, Gigliola Cinquetti’s superbly orchestrated Eurovision-winner ‘Non Ho L’Età (Per Amarti)’ and breathy-voiced actress Catherine Spaak’s bossa-imbued ‘La Notte È Fatta Per Rubare’.

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