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  • Songs from Beauty and the Beast (Picture Disc) Songs from Beauty and the Beast (Picture Disc) Quick View

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    Songs from Beauty and the Beast (Picture Disc)

    Songs from the Beauty And The Beast soundtrack on an exclusive double-sided picture disc! Limited edition.
    1. Prologue [Beauty and the Beast]
    2. Belle
    3. Belle [Reprise]
    4. Gaston
    5. Gaston [Reprise]
    6. Be Our Guest
    7. Something There
    8. Mob Song
    9. Beauty and the Beast
    10. Beauty and the Beast
    Various Artists
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    Beauty And The Beast: The Songs


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    Songs from the 2017 live-action remake of Disney's Beauty And The Beast.


    The story and characters audiences know and love come to spectacular life in the live-action adaptation of Disney's animated classic Beauty and the Beast, a stunning, cinematic event celebrating one of the most beloved tales ever told. The film stars: Emma Watson as Belle; Dan Stevens as the Beast; Luke Evans as Gaston, the handsome, but shallow villager who woos Belle; Kevin Kline as Maurice, Belle's father; Josh Gad as Le Fou, Gaston's long-suffering aide-de-camp; Ewan McGregor as Lumière, the candelabra; Stanley Tucci as Maestro Cadenza, the harpsichord; Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Plumette, the feather duster; Audra McDonald as Madame De Garderobe, the wardrobe; Hattie Morahan as the enchantress; and Nathan Mack as Chip, the teacup; with Ian McKellen as Cogsworth, the mantel clock; and Emma Thompson as the teapot, Mrs. Potts.

    1. Belle
    2. How Does A Moment Last Forever (Music Box)
    3. Belle (Reprise)
    4. Gaston
    5. Be Our Guest
    6. Days In The Sun
    7. Something There
    8. How Does A Moment Last Forever (Montmartre)
    9. Beauty and the Beast
    10. Evermore
    11. The Mob Song
    12. Beauty and the Beast (Finale)
    13. How Does A Moment Last Forever - Performed by Celine Dion
    14. Beauty and the Beast - Performed by Ariana Grande and John Legend
    15. Evermore - Performed by Josh Groban
    Various Artists
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  • Under The Skin Soundtrack Under The Skin Soundtrack Quick View

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    Under The Skin Soundtrack


    An eerie, anxiety-provoking electronic work
    that is extremely accomplished in its own right.
    - Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter


    Jonathan Glazer, known for Sexy Beast and Birth and his music videos
    for Radiohead, Massive Attack, Jamiroquai etc., is back with his latest
    film, Under the Skin.


    Based on the novel by Michael Faber, Under the Skin follows the
    journey of a voluptuous woman (Scarlett Johansson) of unknown origin
    combing the highway in search of isolated or forsaken men. They are
    seduced, stripped of their humanity, and never heard from again.
    Premiere at the Toronto Film Festival last fall, the film has been very
    well-reviewed by audiences and critics alike. It receives 88% Fresh on
    Rotten Tomatoes.


    The music, which plays a critical role in the film and has been
    mentioned numerous times in reviews, is by British-born Mica Levi,
    known by her stage name Micachu. She is best known for her band
    Micachu & The Shapes and for experimental music in a variety of
    genres. Her electronic beat is the perfect companion to this hauntingly
    beautiful and stylized picture.

    1. Creation
    2. Lipstick To Void
    3. Andrew Void
    4. Meat To Maths
    5. Drift
    6. Lonely Void
    7. Mirror To Vortex
    8. Bedroom
    9. Love
    10. Bothy
    11. Death
    12. Alien Loop

    Mica Levi
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    Beast Epic

    I can whine about it all but I won't.
    -Samuel E. Beam

    The first Iron & Wine song that I ever remember hearing was Dead Man's Will, originally featured on the Yeti 1 compilation CD. Its hushed eloquence and unadorned beauty lent it a sort of soft power*,a triumph of instinct over overstatement. That was in 2001.

    In 2017, Beast Epic, Iron & Wine's fourth album of new material for Sub Pop and it's sixth overall, recasts soft power as a series of vignettes, observations and regular old songs that redeem through joy and a certain expectation of grace.

    Even the instant classic, Bitter Truth, with a lyric as pained and direct as any I've heard from Iron & Wine, is leavened with background vocals recalling The Jordanaires. Sam Beam has called Beast Epic his most personal album to date. It is the first Iron &Wine album that he's produced since The Creek Drank The Cradle,though the results are vastly different. This album brims with surprise flourishes, classic touches and an appealing confidence that is evident on songs like Call It Dreaming.

    After a decade and a half of prodigious expression and exploration,recording as both Iron & Wine and eponymously, Sam Beam confessed that he has finally figured out how to make records. He hadme fooled all along.

    Beast Epic will be available worldwide through Sub Pop Records. It's my favorite Iron & Wine album by a mile.

    - Jonathan Poneman

    Iron & Wine's Beast Epic was written and produced by Sam Beam,and recorded and engineered by Tom Schick at the Loft in Chicago inJuly 2016 and January 2017. The musicians who played on Beast Epic include longtime Iron & Wine collaborators Robert Burger (keys),Joe Adamik (percussion), and Jim Becker (guitar, banjo, violin,mandolin), along with bassist Sebastian Steinberg (Soul Coughing and Fiona Apple), and Chicagoan Teddy Rankin Parker (cello). Beast Epic was mastered by Richard Dodd in Nashville, Tennessee.

    *The term soft power was cribbed from author and Harvard professor Joseph Nye, but used in a different context.

    1. Claim Your Ghost
    2. Thomas County Law
    3. Bitter Truth
    4. Song in Stone
    5. Summer Clouds
    6. Call It Dreaming
    7. About A Bruise
    8. Last Nigh
    9. Right for Sky
    10. The Truest Stars We Know
    11. Our Light Miles
    Iron And Wine
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    Beast Epic (Deluxe) (Pre-Order)

    Deluxe 2x Vinyl Edition Features 5 Bonus Tracks

    I can whine about it all but I won't.
    -Samuel E. Beam

    The first Iron & Wine song that I ever remember hearing was Dead Man's Will, originally featured on the Yeti 1 compilation CD. Its hushed eloquence and unadorned beauty lent it a sort of soft power*,a triumph of instinct over overstatement. That was in 2001.

    In 2017, Beast Epic, Iron & Wine's fourth album of new material for Sub Pop and it's sixth overall, recasts soft power as a series of vignettes, observations and regular old songs that redeem through joy and a certain expectation of grace.

    Even the instant classic, Bitter Truth, with a lyric as pained and direct as any I've heard from Iron & Wine, is leavened with background vocals recalling The Jordanaires. Sam Beam has called Beast Epic his most personal album to date. It is the first Iron &Wine album that he's produced since The Creek Drank The Cradle,though the results are vastly different. This album brims with surprise flourishes, classic touches and an appealing confidence that is evident on songs like Call It Dreaming.

    After a decade and a half of prodigious expression and exploration,recording as both Iron & Wine and eponymously, Sam Beam confessed that he has finally figured out how to make records. He had me fooled all along.

    Beast Epic will be available worldwide through Sub Pop Records. It's my favorite Iron & Wine album by a mile.

    - Jonathan Poneman

    Iron & Wine's Beast Epic was written and produced by Sam Beam,and recorded and engineered by Tom Schick at the Loft in Chicago in July 2016 and January 2017. The musicians who played on Beast Epic include longtime Iron & Wine collaborators Robert Burger (keys),Joe Adamik (percussion), and Jim Becker (guitar, banjo, violin,mandolin), along with bassist Sebastian Steinberg (Soul Coughing and Fiona Apple), and Chicagoan Teddy Rankin Parker (cello). Beast Epic was mastered by Richard Dodd in Nashville, Tennessee.

    *The term soft power was cribbed from author and Harvard professor Joseph Nye, but used in a different context.

    1. Claim Your Ghost
    2. Thomas County Law
    3. Bitter Truth
    4. Song in Stone
    5. Summer Clouds
    6. Call It Dreaming
    7. About A Bruise
    8. Last Nigh
    9. Right for Sky
    10. The Truest Stars We Know
    11. Our Light Miles
    12. Hearts Walk Anywhere*
    13. Kicking the Old Rain*
    14. About a Bruise (demo)*
    15. Claim a Ghost (demo)*
    16. Summer Clouds (demo)*


    *Bonus track on deluxe edition only

    Iron And Wine
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    Beautiful Songs

    Fire Records brings you a vinyl featuring over 100 of the best songs spanning the career of the legendary Jad Fair and his band Half Japanese. This comprehensive 'Best Of' compilation also includes liner notes written by Everett True.


    Jad Fair is the godfather of minimalist monster art rock - a gentleman and a beast. Edwin Pouncey, The Wire.

    Fitting, as this album includes every type of song that Jad has ever dreamed, other than the 'Monster songs and love songs', I do have other songs that aren't monster songs or love songs explains Jad, but for the most part they are monster songs.. I wanted to have something from each of the albums - so it's not like a dozen songs from one album, and 10 from another. It's supposed to be an overview of everything I've done. So this selection of songs pretty much fits that bill. Everett True tells us I love him for his boundless enthusiasm and shy genius...maybe it's wrong to call Jad naive because he knows what he's doing, but he has a child-like wonderment that to me is at the core of most great music I can name. The Shaggs, Leadbelly, Jonathan Richman. He makes my feet want to move, and there's no higher compliment, I've seen Jad play concerts with a rolled-up newspaper and upturned wastebasket for rhythm, with just his voice for colour. I've also seen Jad play stadiums in precisely the same fashion - with a band behind him, sure, but with the spirit intact - in front of crowds of over 15,000, in support to Nirvana on their fi¬nal tour.

    1. All The Angels Said Go To Her

    2. Do You Have A Friend?

    3. Song Of Joy

    4. Firecracker

    5. Amy You Went Away

    6. Ride Ride Ride

    7. Shy Around Girls

    8. US Teens Are Spoiled Bums

    9. I'm Gona Come Back To You

    10. This Could Be The Night

    11. True Believers

    12. Dreamy Eyes




    1. Angela

    2. XXOO

    3. It Walks At Night

    4. Sweet Soda Pop

    5. Charmed Life

    6. The Zombies Of Mora-Tau

    7. Silver And Katherine

    8. Love And Comfort

    9. Eat That Cake

    10. Patty

    11. That Dress

    12 Monster Island

    Jad Fair
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  • Unholy Savior Unholy Savior Quick View

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    Unholy Savior

    Hailing from the southern edge of Finland, BATTLE BEAST were founded in 2008 and soon established themselves with their trademark of pure crunching riffs, high screams, blistering solos and strong choruses. Taking the best elements of traditional heavy metal, the sextet is never afraid to add its own flavour to the recipe. After winning the 2010 Wacken Open Air "Metal Battle", and shortly after Finland's "Radio Rock Starba" competition, BATTLE BEAST soon caught the attention of Nuclear Blast. The worldwide release of the highly acclaimed debut album "Steel" in January of 2012 and a successful support tour with fellow Finns and label mates NIGHTWISH followed. September 2012 saw the original singer, Nitte Valo, leaving the band, to be replaced by a beautiful new front beast Noora Louhimo as they embarked on a tour with SONATA ARCTICA. With the refreshed line-up and an ever-growing hunger, BATTLE BEAST continued their march of success with their eponymous sophomore release in May 2013.


    Following the success of "Battle Beast", charting at an amazing #5 in their native Finland and cracking the German Top 100, the band embarked on an extended European tour alongside German metal band POWERWOLF in late 2013 and then hit the road in Sweden and Norway opening for German metal institution U.D.O. Having spent the year playing headlining shows in their native Finland, as well as invading some of the biggest festivals in 2014 (among them the renowned Loud Park in Japan, German Metalfest and Sabaton Open Air in Falun, Sweden), plus supporting their German labelmates ACCEPT during their Finland tour in September, BATTLE BEAST now return to what they do best: to take it to the next level! "I thirst to go further as a human being and the music on this album represents a part of the ongoing spiritual journey - that's what I tend to I call it - which is my road onward. Music-wise the songs have been expanded to a wider area as an effort to call out emotions close to those I myself had during the times of birth of these songs," commented guitarist & vocalist Anton Kabanen about the upcoming new BATTLE BEAST album. "Unholy Savior" has been influenced by everything the band has been facing during the past months and clearly displays their increased hunger to succeed as a band.


    Trying to explain the topics of the third BATTLE BEAST record, one will have to go deeper as the songs lyrics were born through an emotionally violent and bloody struggle, that main composer Anton Kabanen was going through at the time: Questioning his whole existence step by step, wondering if his dream had betrayed him. "Unholy Savior" reeks of death, agony, pain, hate, confusion, fear and insecurity, but it speaks of deep gratitude, longing, consolation and love. "The album had to be done this way - through emotional hell. Having transferred these things and emotions into songs I feel that I'm ready to move on. But like always, I wrote songs about the series Berserk, as well, and the reason behind writing songs about that particular series is that I can strongly relate to that, especially to certain characters and to their way of thinking and feeling," Anton adds. While with their previous album the young Finns did all the recording, producing and mixing themselves, "Unholy Savior" was produced by Anton Kabanen and co-produced by keyboardist Janne Björkroth and mixed by Matias Kupiainen at 5by5 Studios. Mastering was once again done by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios and the actual recordings took place at Sound Quest Studio and JKB Studios. "Unholy Savior" will be released on January 09, 2015. On the very same day BATTLE BEAST will return to the European roads, along with the band that has been supporting them since day one. Swedish metal heroes SABATON did not only invite the band to play at their very own Sabaton Open Air, but also featured a cover version of BATTLE BEAST's 'Out Of Control' as a bonus track on their current charting success "Heroes". Prepare yourselves for the return of the beast!

    1. Lionheart
    2. Unholy Savior
    3. I Want The World And Everything In It
    4. Madness
    5. Sea Of Dreams
    6. Speed And Danger
    7. Touch In The Night
    8. The Black Swordsman
    9. Hero's Quest
    10. Far Far Away
    11. Angel Cry
    Battle Beast
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    The Lost Broadcast

    Limited Edition Of 500 Copies Pressed On 140 Gram Vinyl


    Recorded April 9th, 1970 At The Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA


    The recording on this release was made the night before Black Beauty was recorded, albeit at the same venue, with the same line-up (Davis, Corea, Grossman, Holland, De Johnette and Airto Moreira on percussion) and also as support to the Dead (and Stone the Crows). This April 9th gig however is a different beast to that of its predecessor. A differing set-list and very sparse arrangements, absent the night before, make this previously unreleased recording very much a 'lost broadcast' (it was transmitted live by local FM radio) and will delight fans of Davis' mid period work.

    LP 1
    1. Directions
    2. Miles Runs the Voodoo Down
    3. This
    4. It's About That Time


    LP 2
    1. I Fall in Love Too Easily
    2. Sanctuary
    3. Spanish Key
    4. Bitches Brew/The Theme

    Miles Davis
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  • Travelling For A Living (Discontinued) (On Sale) Travelling For A Living (Discontinued) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Travelling For A Living (Discontinued) (On Sale)

    LUCKY LUKE is the brainchild of folk overlord SIMON SHAW, formerly of Glasgow legends V-TWIN, and MORAG WILSON. As a duo they contributed to many compilations with their dreamy, Nico inspired songs, until they grew into a droning, fluting, eight legged beast at the beginning of 2003. Trimmed down to a six-piece, the band supported Teenage Fanclub on their UK tour in May 2005, and their beautiful debut album, Patrick The Survivor achieved great reviews from NME, Uncut and Mojo. Travelling For a Living is their sophomore album filled with a similar folk vibe. Limited to 500 copies.
    Side One


    1. Mud In The Milk
    2. The Boat
    3. Out Of My Tree
    4. Jackie
    5. Bratislavan Nights
    6. The Black Tree


    Side Two


    1. Summer Walker
    2. In The Rain
    3. New Year's Day
    4. Travelling For A Living
    5. Summer Interlude
    6. Kill The Enemy

    Lucky Luke
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  • Darling Arithmetic Darling Arithmetic Quick View

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    Darling Arithmetic

    Darling Arithmetic is the third album from Villagers.


    The follow-up to Conor O'Brien's debut, Becoming a Jackal, and its successor, Awayland
    - both hugely acclaimed and each nominated for Britain's Mercury Prize - is a
    breathtakingly beautiful, intimate album entirely about love and relationships.
    Darling Arithmetic was written, recorded, produced and mixed by O'Brien at home -
    the loft of a converted farmhouse that he shares in the coastal town of Malahide to the
    north of Dublin - revealing a single-minded artist at the peak of his already considerable
    songwriting powers. It encompasses the various shades of feeling - desire, obsession,
    lust, loneliness and confusion, and deeper into philosophical and existential territory,
    across a cast of lovers, friends, family and even strangers. Backing up his supple and
    emoting vocal and guitar is the subtlest palate of instrumentation - piano, Mellotron
    (which accounts for the album's occasional horn and cello tones) and brushes. O'Brien
    plays every instrument on these exquisite, melodic songs in a sparse, spacious, acousticleaning
    fashion.


    Now three albums in, Villagers is the front for playfulness and seriousness, mystery and
    revelation, an open-ended and flexible beast that can be anything its creator wants it to
    be. By going back to the root of songwriting, O'Brien has reinvented himself.

    1. Courage
    2. Everything I Am Is Yours
    3. Dawning On Me
    4. Hot Scary Summer
    5. The Soul Serene
    6. Darling Arithmetic
    7. Little Bigot
    8. No One To Blame
    9. So Naïve
    Villagers
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  • Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres Quick View

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    Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres

    Eternal life can seem like an eternity. Ask any vampire. The continuous march of sun ups, sun downs, transformations of form, seductions, cape fittings & exsanguinations. Eventually it all just becomes an endless, tired routine. It all seems so exciting & so sexy to those of us who operate knowing we have limited time. But ask any vampire about the downside of eternal life, & you won't be surprised to hear tales of binge eating garlic bread just to feel the hurt, or of the occasional dangling of a wooden stake just over the center of the rib cage.


    Electric Six knows all about eternal life. Electric Six has been around forever & it can never die. That's lovely, but it's also very tiring. Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres is the new release by Electric Six on Metropolis Records. One listen & you will immediately understand that the sexiest vampires are urban vampires. Where E6 has dabbled in dance, hip-hop & R&B in the past, Fresh Blood is the whole enchilada. It's thirteen songs designed to make the listener interested in smooth & nasty fuckin', the way they do it in the city. From the Grandmaster Flash-inspired Number Of The Beast to the super smooth tour of the NYC outer boroughs Mood Is Improving, the listener finds himself immediately deposited into an urban drop zone with hustlas & dickblockas coming from behind every corner.


    The radio-ready pop hits I'll Be In Touch & Dance With Dark Forces are the tracks that get the listener off the street & into the club. & it would not be an Electric Six album without an epic closer, that being the beautiful & haunting Spacewalkin', the ballad that assures the listener that the vampire has now fed & will live a thousand more years, albeit in outer space. Electric Six changes more frequently than change itself, but ultimately this just means they're never gonna put out the same album twice. Fresh Blood for Tired Vampires is poppy & smooth, nasty & raw...& oh so life affirming, especially if you are undead.

    1. Acid Reducer
    2. The Number of The...
    3. Mood Is Improving
    4. I'll Be In Touch
    5. Lottery Reptiles
    6. Dance With Dark...
    7. (Be My) Skin Caboose
    8. My Dreams
    9. I Got The Box
    10. Lee Did This To Me
    11. Greener Pastures
    12. The Lover's Pie
    13. Space Walkin'
    Electric Six
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  • Time Is Over One Day Old Time Is Over One Day Old Quick View

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    Time Is Over One Day Old

    Bear In Heaven's new album is aptly titled Time is Over One Day Old. It's a record with a visceral
    relationship to time and its processes.Where invulnerability and ambition can support you as you grow,
    at some point they become dead weight, and being true to yourself means casting them off,starting anew.
    This plays out as a powerful analogy for the band across the arc of it's career.


    They've always made intriguing records, here especially. It's easy to see why musicians fall hard for this
    band.They entice and envelop you. Any Bear In Heaven song will most likely greet you with a provocative
    beat, textural synthesizers and unassuming but adeptly supportive bass and guitar, all exquisitely
    arranged and glistening.Jon Philpot's high,smooth,strong voice is so tightly wound into the music that
    it can be easy to overlook the lyrics, Bear In Heaven's capacious third dimension. Philpot is a center-seeking, contemplative writer who captures the fleeting thoughts that underscore our emotional lives,the
    interactions with the world that are both difficult to express and anathema in daily conversation.


    While all of this can be said of any Bear In Heaven album, each varies wildly in tone and approach. 2007's
    Red Bloom of the Boom is ambitious and experimental. Beast Rest Forth Mouth(2009)was a pivotal record
    that still feels important,seductive and intense.On their 2012 LP I Love You, It's Cool the structural and
    musical ideas are challenging, and masterfully developed. For Time is Over One Day Old,we witness the
    band once again turning their gaze inward and prioritizing their evocative abilities in line with or even
    slightly ahead of technical skills. It feels very much in the tradition of BRFM in that way. It's beautiful; it's
    moving.


    Here Philpot and Adam Wills are more deeply collaborative than ever. This album is darker at times,
    louder than their others; it feels personal and direct."If I Were To Lie"places Wills' bass groove front and
    center,"Demon" is riveting and propulsive in spite of its dark pointed lyric, and"They Dream"dissolves
    into three and a half minutes of deeply satisfying ambient synth work in its second half.Wills has always
    been the bands anchor, providing rock solid,rhythmic bass lines and guitars that blur the boundaries of
    Philpot's synth. Though in moments such as the final track, "You Don't Need The World," Wills cuts
    through with an audacious, biting guitar hook. It's a great culmination of the album's sense of release.
    This album isn't about being dark, it's about releasing darkness and frustration.


    When bands age well, their vitality takes shape. They wear, but with intention. They trim excesses.
    Throughout this album you'll hear a band at peace with themselves. They've learned to cut back on that
    which is merely impressive and to concentrate on simply what is crucial.For Philpot this is about making
    something lasting. "A lot of shedding, getting rid of layers and preconceptions breaking up with old
    ways of thinking, old ways of being, starting to look at this thing in a new way and finding something
    positive."The result is a record that will stay with you.

    1. Autumn
    2. Time Between
    3. If I Were To Lie
    4. They Dream
    5. The Sun and The Moon and The Stars
    6. Memory Heart
    7. Demon
    8. Way Off
    9. Dissolve The Walls
    10. You Don't Need The World
    Bear In Heaven
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    Pop Crimes

    Rowland S. Howard started playing in teenage bands in late
    70s Melbourne. Whilst still a callow youth he wrote "Shivers," an
    undisputed classic, (quietly ignoring the fact that Rowland perhaps
    doesn't see it that way and approaches the song as if it was written
    by someone else). The song was recorded by his band The Boys Next
    Door who mutated into the Birthday Party and then relocated to
    Europe to wage a guerrilla campaign against the trivialities of the
    80s, until they turned their fire upon themselves and disintegrated
    mid-decade.


    Whilst his former associates have moved on to weekend colour
    supplement acceptability, Rowland has commonly been perceived
    as the banished wastrel prince... exiled to a squalid garret on the
    colder edges of the kingdom, accompanied only by his dreams and
    inclinations. His demeanour (pale, gaunt, stick thin, sickly, dark
    humoured, fatalistic) has perhaps inadvertently added far too much
    credence to this interpretation of events. The shadow of this myth
    has seemingly obscured the sheer volume of his creativity and the
    singularity of his musical vision.


    Always respected by his peers, a scan through Rowland's
    catalogue of work sees him allied with the likes of Lydia Lunch,
    Thurston Moore, Wim Wenders, Barry Adamson, The Gun Club, Nikki
    Sudden, the Beasts Of Bourbon, the Hungry Ghosts and HTRK.
    Rowland's own ensemble These Immortal Souls gun their engines
    in the ill-lit background and the legacy of his work with The Birthday
    Party scores the skin of successive generations of musicians and
    fans.


    But it's a history Rowland would gleefully put a match to. With or
    without it Rowland S. Howard would make tense, beautiful music,
    would deliver us his personal vision of the world, would create Pop
    Crimes.


    Long-time faithful friends Mick Harvey (who played with Rowland
    for over 30 years), JP Shilo (Hungry Ghosts) and producer Lindsay
    Gravina make for a formidable backline. Out front the guitar playing
    couldn't be any one else but Rowland S Howard and his weary,
    almost journalistic vocal delivery dispassionately sits amidst the
    sweaty panic of the music, adding to the ill ease.


    The band lurch in to Pop Crimes as if dragging a rain soaked body
    across a muddy field. The ghosts of Lee Hazlewood, Snatch, Sergio
    Leone, The Shangri-Las and nameless guys from a never known chain
    gang watch on. Within the first few breaths Rowland references
    Stalin, Calvary and genocide, whilst razoring guitar lines the current
    crop of post-punk revisionists could only fantasize about.


    "Shut Me Down" is Rowland at his most romantic, though
    inevitably it's shot through with loss and longing. If only Dusty
    Springfield were alive to revel in its drama. Talk Talk's 'Life's What
    You Make It' is re-imagined as if it had risen from the grind of a
    Detroit auto plant's assembly line. '(I Know) A Girl Called Johnny'
    sees Jonnine D from HTRK sidle up to the microphone for a duet
    that will melt even the coldest of hearts. It's a glorious missing link
    between the New York girl group sound and the street smarts of
    Suicide. Townes Van Zandt's "Nothin" is given a chilling tenement
    building transformation. "Wayward Man" has the band wailing like
    alarm sirens before Rowland emerges at his most contemplative
    with the gorgeous, fragile build of "Ave Maria." Final track "The
    Golden Age Of Bloodshed" takes the album out on a swaggering,
    swashbuckling epic, with salvation slipping through the narrator's
    fingers.

    1. (I Know) A Girl Called Jonny
    2. Shut Me Down
    3. Life's What You Make It
    4. Pop Crimes
    5. Nothin '
    6. Wayward Man
    7. Ave Maria
    8. The Golden Age Of Bloodshed
    Rowland S. Howard
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    Immunity

    The LP is a double heavyweight vinyl in a gatefold jacket and comes with a mp3 download
    card.


    Jon Hopkins is to release Immunity, his fourth solo album, and second on Domino on June 4 following
    up on 2009's Insides.


    A powerful, multi-faceted beast, packed with the most aggressively dancefloor-focused music
    Hopkins has ever made, Immunity is about achieving euphoric states through music. Inspired by
    the arc of an epic night out, the album peaks with Collider, a huge, apocalyptic, techno monster and
    dissolves with the quiet, heartbreakingly beautiful closer, Immunity. The track featuring vocals from
    King Creosote, which could sit comfortably alongside the gems of their 2011 Mercury-nominated
    collaboration, Diamond Mine.
    Immunity is a confident, dramatic record defined by an acute sense of physicality and place. It feels
    like the hypnotic accompaniment to a journey of creativity, a trip inside Hopkins' mind, using analog
    synthesis alongside manipulations of physical, real-world sounds to make dance music that feels as
    natural and unforced as possible.


    Immunity is the most human electronic album you'll hear this year.

    1. We Disappear
    2. Open Eye Signal
    3. Breathe This Air
    4. Collider
    5. Abandon Window
    6. Form By Firelight
    7. Sun Harmonics
    8. Immunity
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    Hardly Criminal

    Crash's story unfolds with that particularly Southern swagger and with a tale of a Louisiana boy bred on Waffle House breakfasts and monster truck rallies, local Rodeos and the flicker of family bonfires. There was college for a hot minute, there was a move to the Irish Channel, there was the soaking in of all that is New Orleans, wet heat and Sazeracs, the wailing horns of jazz funerals, the teetering handmade floats of Mardi Gras, crawfish and etouffee and howling at the moon. There was work where he could get it, toiling as a PA on the studio sets, Hollywood coming south for the tax credits. It was on these film productions where crash earned his nickname, something to do with a questionable work ethic and repetitive tardiness (he admits you d have to ask one Ms. Rita Wilson for the real deal details). And yet despite his reputation (or perhaps because of it), he was anointed "assistant" to Johnny Knoxville during The!Dukes!of!Hazzard s run. (One can only imagine ) crash later joined the critically adored local act The Deadly Syndrome as lead singer and frontman, bringing his gris gris into the beautiful belly of the L.A. beast. Since then, crash has been barreling ahead, recording prolifically with The Deadly Syndrome, working with famed producer Daniel Lanios, composing a live stage score, acting in a few national commercials, and finally, after Deadly disbanded in 2013, heading out on the road with his pals, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, as percussionist and angelic vocal accompaniment. And somewhere in that heady mix in that combination of the rolling road, of California eucalyptus sway and dark NOLA mysteries, he discovered his true self - the wildaeyed, slyatongued, strutting, winking and wonderful crash of this here solo debut. Produced and engineered by the multitalented Ed Sharpe lead guitarist, Mark Noseworthy, (and featuring friends from the Zeros, Dawes, The Mystic Valley Band and more ) Hardly Criminal is the culmination of all that is strange and sad, hilarious and harmonious, about crash s own true tale. It is story a moving, funny, weird, and stunningly beautiful. You can hear the South, yes, Neville swing and Dr. John juaju, but you can also hear smooth soul, booty funk, and ragged folk, a mix of sounds taken from his past and pushed into the future, all accompanied by a deadpan storytelling prowess and a voice like a Cajun Prince (as in "The Artist Formerly Known As"). Hardly!Criminal! is the sum of crash s best parts - the sonic celebration of his story so far. So, set down a spell, cool yer bones, cher... and listen
    1. Hardly Criminal
    2. Motion Animal
    3. All My Friends
    4. High Wall
    5. Mine Always, Lioness
    6. Britches Catch Fire
    7. Song For The Birds
    8. Refinally
    9. Mad At The Clouds
    10. If God Was A Cajun
    11. Almighty Equal
    Crash
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    Apocalypse, girl

    Think big, girl, like a king, think kingsize. Jenny Hval's new record opens with a
    quote from the Danish poet Mette Moestrup, and continues towards the abyss.
    Apocalypse, girl is a hallucinatory narrative that exists somewhere between fiction
    and reality, a post-op fever dream, a colorful timelapse of death and rebirth,
    close-ups of impossible bodies - all told through the language of transgressive
    pop music.


    When Norwegian noise legend Lasse Marhaug interviewed Jenny Hval for his
    fanzine in early 2014, they started talking about movies, and the conversation
    was so interesting that she asked him to produce her next record. It turned out
    that talking about film was a great jumping off point for album production.
    Hval's songs slowly expanded from solo computer loops and vocal edits to contributions
    from bandmates Håvard Volden and Kyrre Laastad, before finally
    exploding into collaborations with Øystein Moen (Jaga Jazzist/Puma), Thor
    Harris (Swans), improv cellist Okkyung Lee and harpist Rhodri Davis. All of
    these musicians have two things in common: they are fierce players with a great
    ear for intimacy, and they hear music in the closing of a suitcase as much as in a
    beautiful melody.


    And so Apocalypse, girl is a very intimate, very visual beast. It dreams of an old
    science fiction movie where gospel choir girls are punks and run the world with
    auto-erotic impulses. It's a gentle hum from a doomsday cult, a soft desire for
    collective devotion, an ode to the close-up and magnified, unruly desires.
    Jenny Hval has developed her own take on intimate sound since the release of
    her debut album in 2006. Her work, which includes 2013's critically celebrated
    Innocence Is Kinky (Rune Grammofon), has gradually incorporated books, sound
    installations and collaborations with poets and visual artists. For Hval, language
    is central, always torn between the vulnerable, the explosive and total humiliation.

    1. Kingsize
    2. Take Care of Yourself
    3. That Battle Is Over
    4. White Underground
    5. Heaven
    6. Why This?
    7. Some Days
    8. Sabbath
    9. Angels and Anaemia
    10. Holy Land
    Jenny Hval
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    The Invention Of Animals (Awaiting Repress)


    A Collection Of Out-of-print And Unreleased Live Recordings


    Limited Edition 180 Gram Vinyl


    The John Lurie National Orchestra featuring John Lurie, Billy Martin and G. Calvin Weston


    Billy Martin's Amulet Records have announced the release of The Invention of Animals by The John Lurie National Orchestra. The archival compilation assembles seven previously unreleased live and out-of-print studio recordings by the acclaimed musician, actor and visual artist John Lurie leading his early 1990s' trio with percussionists Billy Martin and G. Calvin Weston.


    The three of us got together to try and write stuff for my band The Lounge Lizards, but what happened between the three of us was magical. After about a year of playing live it really came together, says John Lurie. There is something so unique and beautiful about this music. I don't think there is anything else like it.


    Billy Martin adds: John and I share the idea that this is like someone discovered a field recording of a lost civilization. Some strange and beautiful tribe unlike any other known to man.


    The Invention of Animals opens with Flutter, one of four National Orchestra performances culled from the soundtrack of John Lurie's 1991 television series, Fishing With John. Also drawn from that same soundtrack are The Beast, Little and Ignore The Giant. The additional studio recording included here is the title track to the only official John Lurie National Orchestra album Men With Sticks released in 1993. Rounding out the collection are two previously unreleased live recordings. I Came To Visit Here For Awhile was preserved at the Threadwaxing Space in New York City on May 7, 1993. The album's centerpiece and title track, The Invention of Animals, running at 19-minutes-plus, was captured by highly regarded sound engineer Claudia Engelhart from a performance on February 12, 1994 in Thessaloniki, Greece.


    John Lurie first became known for his work in the late '70s leading the band The Lounge Lizards, which went on to make music for 20 years. During this time, Lurie recorded 22 albums and composed scores for over 20 movies, including Stranger than Paradise, Down by Law, Mystery Train, Clay Pigeons, Animal Factory and Get Shorty, which earned him a Grammy nomination. Lurie also starred in three films directed by Jim Jarmusch, as well as a host of other films. He wrote, directed and starred in the aforementioned cult classic Fishing with John, a series that is now part of The Criterion Collection. Lurie is also responsible for the incredible music of Marvin Pontiac. Lurie emerged onto the art scene in the spring of 2004, when he had his first painting exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery. Since then Lurie's work has been exhibited in esteemed galleries throughout the world. His solo museum exhibits include P.S.1. Contemporary Arts Center in New York, Musee Des Beaux-Arts De Montreal, the Musee d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean in Luxembourg and the Watari Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, who gave their entire museum over to the presentation of Lurie's work. Both the Wadsorth Athenaeum in Connecticut and The Museum of Modern Art in New York have acquired his work for their permanent collections.


    The Invention of Animals by The John Lurie National Orchestra features a painting by John Lurie as its cover art.

    1. Flutter
    2. Men with Sticks (Noble Version)
    3. I Came to Visit Here for a While
    4. The Beast
    5. Little
    6. Ignore the Giant
    7. The Invention of Animals
    The John Lurie National Orchestra
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    Some Say I So I Say Light


    Includes CD


    Some Say I So Say Light is the second full length release of Ghostpoet's, following 2010's Mercury Prize-nominated Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam. Industrial beats, sonorous piano lines and hyper-detailed ornamentation provide a backdrop for Obaro Ejimiwe, AKA Ghostpoet, an artist who sounds ever more like a man old before his time, whether intoning words so laconically it's virtually spoken word or croaking out sung melodies. Some Say I So I Say Light is a studio-based work co-produced with the talented Richard Formby (Wild Beasts, Darkstar, Egyptian Hip-Hop).


    Even with a Mercury Prize nomination under his belt, London rapper Ghostpoet could walk through a crowd of music fans without notice and his albums don't land as much as emerge out of the mist. Maybe it's because his delivery is like Roots Manuva on sizzurp or that the lead single here is MSI musmiD, which comes off as a Dali dream sequence directed by Man Ray, but deciphering Some Say I So I Say Light is certainly a joy for returning fans.


    Maybe the album's title references a desire to communicate something brighter or more up, as the lyrics are more audible here than previously, or in the case of Them Waters, it's the music that's luminous, as balloons of synthesizer sound pass before the sun as they rise toward the sky. Plastic Bag Brain is the ultimate example and towering highlight with its combo of indie guitar riffing, Radiohead keyboards, and crackable code (his brain wanders like a plastic bag blowin' in the wind), and here's hoping that Dorsal Morsel is Sir Mix-A-Lot's Baby Got Back for the Wittgenstein set, because a mention of women's jeans, popping like a Pringle pack, and revel in the elegance all seem to point toward it. At 12 tracks long, the album is right-sized and flows beautifully with guests Tony Allen, Woodpecker Wooliams, Gwilym Gold, and This Heat's Charles Hayward adding some new sounds for the rapper to flow over. With Richard Formby and the MC himself on production, Ghostpoet remains the most aptly named rapper in the game with his excellent sophomore effort.

    - David Jeffries (All Music Guide)

    1. Cold Win
    2. Them Waters
    3. Dial Tones
    4. Plastic Bag Brain
    5. ThymeThymeThyme
    6. Meltdown
    7. Sloth Trot
    8. Dorsal Morsel
    9. MSI musmiD
    10. 12 Deaf
    11. Comatose
    Ghostpoet
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    Getaway

    Includes Bonus CD compiling 2001's Slush Fund EP & 2003's Syd's Pink Wiring System Album


    2001's Getaway may be the best illustration of whatever mercurial, inexplicable musical power animates The Clean. After the band's initial rush of activity between 1978 and 1982, the trio lay dormant until the end of the '80s, when a string of reunion shows inspired the Kilgours and Scott to start recording again. After three well-received albums in the first half of the nineties-1990's Vehicle, 1994's Modern Rock, and 1996's Unknown Country-The Clean disappeared again until the end of the decade, when another tour inspired another record.


    While playing gigs across New Zealand in celebration of their original label Flying Nun, David says they brought along a TEAC 4-track quarter-inch tape machine. "As usual, we started jamming and recording, and before you know, we thought we may be onto an LP." Speed and spontaneity ended up defining Getaway. Robert says, "I remember writing 'Silence or Something Else' while the others went for a long walk. It was done by the time they got back. I probably would have gone for a straighter version, but I still like it." David remembers, "Hamish wrote the instrumental 'Jala' in about five minutes in a motel outside of Turangi." At one point in the process, Yo La Tengo's Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley were visiting from America, and they ended up on the record too. Getaway came out in August of 2001, with cover art by Hamish who says that his original artwork was the actual size of a compact disc case. After that, The Clean set out on another tour-including in New York City, where they happened to be during the terrorist attacks on 9/11. They coped with the tragedy by playing gigs with their American friends, and staying in the same creative space they'd been in since before they started working on the album. "I remember we did some great gigs on the New Zealand tour, debuting some of the new material," Hamish says. "'Stars' was a favorite for the big 12-string sound."


    A live version of the pulsing, soaring "Stars"-along with a couple of other Getaway songs and Clean classics like "Fish," "Side On," "Quickstep," and "Point That Thing Somewhere Else"-appear on the rare 2003 album Syd's Pink Wiring System. That record is included with the Getaway reissue, along with the more experimental, piano-driven EP Slush Fund, from the same era. These bonus tracks reinforce the idea of the Getaway-era Clean as especially plugged in, generating inspired and beautiful music almost on instinct. Indeed, they've done justice to a key album in The Clean discography-a record that honors the band's origins as garage-rock-loving New Zealand kids, excited just by the hum of a good, cheap amplifier. Songs like the twangy, easygoing "Crazy," the jaunty acoustic snippet "Cell Block No. 5," and the trance-inducing "Circle Canyon" are more fine examples of Scott and the Kilgours' interest in immediacy and a strong vibe, applied to catchy melodies. "Each album is a completely different beast," Robert says. "We all change in different ways between each one, bringing different things to the table, and sometimes bringing nothing much at all." But if Getaway proves anything, so long as all three members of The Clean are in the same space at the same time, anything can happen.

    LP 1
    1. Stars
    2. Jala
    3. Crazy
    4. Golden Crown
    5. Cell Block No. 5
    6. E Motel
    7. Twighlight Agency
    8. Poor Boy
    9. Silence or Something Else


    LP 2
    1. Alpine Madness
    2. Circle Canyon
    3. Aho
    4. Holdin' On
    5. Reprise 1*2*3* & 4*
    6. Complications


    Bonus CD
    Slush Fish (2001)
    1. Rollo
    2. Slush Fund
    3. Filling A Hole
    4. Caveman
    5. Point That Thing Somewhere Else
    6. Wipe Me I'm Lucky
    7. Fish
    8. Quickstep
    Syd's Pink Wiring System (2003)
    9. Fish
    10. I Wait Around
    11. Hold On To The Rail
    12. At The Bottom
    13. Do Your Thing
    14. Quickstep
    15. Crazy
    16. Side On
    17. Stars
    18. Jala

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    Chromatics

    When songwriter and producer Sam Genders last donned his Diagrams hat, captive listeners found themselves truly stunned by the Streatham Hill artist's imaginative and inventive arrangements that made up 2012s debut album Black Light. Having now upped sticks from his London lodgings and settled in Sheffield with a new lease of life and wife, fresh pastures and friendships are what form the heart of Diagrams' brand new album Chromatics.


    "Relationships are a constant thread. In all their frustrating, exciting, mundane, beautiful, wonderful, sexy, scary glory," reveals Genders of the album's themes. "And there's lots of hope in the songs. They shouldn't be taken too literally mind you in my head Chromatics is life in Technicolor; with all its ups and downs."


    Equally drawing inspiration from the writing on relationships by David Schnarch, Ester Perel and the book Division Street by Sheffield poet Helen Mort, whilst spending time in his own home studio for the first time, it's without doubt that the Steel city provided the ideal backdrop for Genders to write whenever the inspiration came and, essentially, whittle down the fifty or so tracks he had recorded as part of the album's creation. "There are woods over the road and a little garden out the back with a greenhouse, shed, and flower beds. Being in a new place has brought something special to the process. Sheffield is a very open and direct place and I'd say the songs are more that way too."


    Whilst Black Light fizzed with electronic effects, synth-bass, programmed beats and low-key funk grooves that brought about comparisons to the leftfield pop of Arthur Russell, Metronomy, Steve Mason and Hot Chip, it's without doubt that Genders' next offering falls closer to home comforts and marks the next step in Genders' renaissance. Take lead track 'Phantom Power'; it's the track which truly sums up what it's like to find yourself forever reassessing. "It's about feeling like you're losing a grip on your sanity at one moment, then feeling inspired and up for anything the next. Or frustration with yourself yet believing that it's possible to sort yourself out," explains Genders. Elsewhere 'You Can Talk To Me's delicate rolling melody and 'Serpent' once again showcase the playful, eclectic slant to Genders' songwriting prowess alongside an innate sense of crisp production and programming techniques.


    Never one to shirk away from those around him, Genders would be the first to call Diagrams, and particularly Chromatics, a collaborative process. Once again featuring a rolling cast of inspirational musicians the album includes vocals from, amongst friends and family members, The Smoke Fairies whilst the skilled brass and string arrangements come courtesy of Danyal Dhondy and Sam Ewens. 'London's greatest' drummers Karl Penney, and Cacophony drummer Fletcher Adams provide the beats whilst live band members Emma Black and Ben Malitskie lend their expertise of Baritone Saxophone and Viola. 'Brain' meanwhile, was co-written with long-time friend and collaborator Matt McKenzie and features an in utero recording of his son James' heartbeat.


    Yet it's the partnership with producer Leo Abrahams (Wild Beasts, David Byrne, Brian Eno, Jon Hopkins, Ed Harcourt, Marianne Faithful et al) that has truly brought Diagrams to life. After a long search, Abrahams was picked to piece all parts together and as a result Genders found himself writing songs that worked across a variety of production styles. "Leo's incredibly good at what he does and virtually all the impressive production and soundscaping is down to him. He's also an amazing guitarist and played some of my favourite guitar moments on the album."


    Who knows exactly what kind of relationships will inspire Genders next? Currently finding himself midst China's south central city of Changsha in Hunan as a Musician in Residence on behalf of the British Council and PRS foundation, life for Genders right now is all about new experiences, meeting new faces and learning from new friendships. "It feels like anything could happen from one day to the next. I'd like to record a Chinese version of 'Phantom Power' so that once I'm back in the UK I can reconnect with the music lovers I've met. I've heard lots of very poppy pop songs that incorporate both Chinese and English lyrics so I'd like to try my own twist on that."

    1. Phantom Power
    2. Gentle Morning Song
    3. Desolation
    4. Chromatics
    5. You Can Talk To Me
    6. Shapes
    7. Dirty Broken Bliss
    8. Serpent
    9. The Light & The Noise
    10. Brain
    11. Just A Hair's Breadth
    Diagrams
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    In Praise Of Learning (On Sale)

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    A landmark in the history of European experimental rock, the third Henry Cow work, originally released on Virgin in 1975, represents the second act of joined forces between Cow and Slapp Happy, and the first fully integrated appearance of Dagmar Krause. In Praise Of Learning is a unique piece of art, showing perfect unity of political content, with rock complexity, extended song form and free noise explorations.


    The album features an impressive array of original compositions, including Tim Hodgkinsons masterwork Living In The Heart of the Beast and Fred Friths Beautiful As The Moon-Terrible As An Army With Banners. An extraordinary set of music, performed by an amazingly rich line up of Dagmar Krause, Lindsay Cooper, Fred Frith, Tim Hodgkinson, John Greaves, Chris Cutler, Peter Blegvad and Anthony Moore, not to mention guest appearances by the great Mongezi Feza, Geoff Leigh and Phil Becque. A timeless classic here on 180g Import LP!

    1. War
    2. Living In The Heart of the Beast
    3. The Long March
    4. Beautiful As The Moon, Terrible As An Army with Banners
    5. Morning Star
    Henry Cow
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