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  • Rise Above Rise Above Quick View

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    Rise Above

    The breadth of David Longstreth's talents as a songwriter, arranger, bandleader and singer call to mind Prince, Joni Mitchell, and Bjork. His constantly evolving sound, the sheer intensity of the music, and the originality of his voice set him apart. From beginning to end, Rise Above is a re-imagining of Black Flag's seminal 1981 record Damaged. It's not a covers record; Longstreth attempted to rewrite his favorite adolescent album word for word, from memory. The result resounds with a kind of elegant simplicity: beautiful interlocking guitar parts, gorgeous three-part vocal harmonies, and some great songwriting.

    1. What I See
    2. No More
    3. Depression
    4. Six Pack
    5. Thirsty and Miserable
    6. Police Story
    7. Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie
    8. Spray Paint (The Walls)
    9. Room 13
    10. Rise Above
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    Bitte Orca

    Bitte Orca is the highly anticipated follow up album to 2007's critically acclaimed, Rise Above, and the band's Domino debut. David Longstreth formed the Dirty Projectors in 2002 and the band now consists of core member Amber Coffman, Brian Mcomber, Angel Deradoorian and Longstreth. Recorded in the fall of 2008 in Portland, OR and Brooklyn, NY, Bitte Orca is the band's fifth and most successful album.


    From the bright curtain-raising opener Cannibal Resource to the stunning off-kilter Temecula Sunrise and Useful Chamber's ornate harmonies, Bitte Orca contains the Projectors' best individual songs to date. It's a big rock album by design and the results are both universal and singular. Stillness Is The Move and Two Doves were written specifically for the voices and temperaments of Coffman and Derardoorian, who take solo turns respectively. While Coffman's Stillness Is The Move is an R&B anthem, Deradoorian's Two Doves is stringed and elegantly spare.


    Bitte Orca's idiosyncratic and sincere take on popular music is reminiscent of David Byrne with whom the Dirty Projectors collaborated on Knotty Pine for the 2009 compilation Dark Was The Night. In many ways, Longstreth could be seen as this generation's answer to Byrne, a distinctive torchbearer of labyrinthine song arrangements that go down easy.


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    1. Cannibal Resource
    2. Temecula Sunrise
    3. The Bride
    4. Stillness Is The Move
    5. Two Doves
    6. Useful Chamber
    7. No Intention
    8. Remade Horizon
    9. Fluorescent Half Dome
    Dirty Projectors
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  • Free The Universe Free The Universe Quick View

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    Free The Universe

    After releasing their landmark LP Guns Don't Kill People Lazers Do in 2009,the heroic production
    duo of Diplo and Switch found themselves boldly marching forwards toward the end of the aughts,
    conquering major milestones. Now, as the sole executive producer of Major Lazer, Diplo continues
    to spearhead the current dancehall revival movement with the upcoming release Free The Universe.
    The recording includes exciting collaborations with Bruno Mars, Tyga, Flux Pavillion, Wynter
    Gordon, Shaggy, Wyclef, Ezra Koening from Vampire Weekend, Dev and more. Spin called the LP's
    first single Get Free featuring Amber Coffman of Dirty Projectors, a meeting point between
    Jamaica,West Africa, and Brooklyn.


    Diplo (AKA Wesley Pentz) has risen through the ranks and has asserted himself as one of the most
    pioneering producers of the time. Through unending curiosity and exploration of the vast multitudes
    of the world's musical heritages, Diplo has managed to seamlessly connect the global underground to
    the audio mainstream. He is the Grammy-nominated founder, owner and head honcho of Mad
    Decent records, which has not only garnered widespread critical and audience accolades since its
    inception, but has also deservedly earned a hefty reputation as a vanguard of groundbreaking releases.

    1 You're No Good (feat. Santigold, Vybz Kartel, Danielle Haim & Yasmin)
    2 Jet Blue Jet (feat. Leftside, GTA, Razz & Biggy)
    3 Get Free (feat. Amber of Dirty Projectors)
    4 Jah No Partial (feat. Flux Pavilion)
    5 Wind Up (feat. Elephant Man & Opal)
    6 Scare Me (feat. Peaches & Timberlee)
    7 Jessica (feat. Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend)
    8 Watch Out For This (Bumaye) (feat. Busy Signal, The Flexican & FS Green)
    9 Keep Cool (feat. Shaggy & Wynter Gordon)
    10 Sweat (feat. Laidback Luke & Ms. Dynamite)
    11 Reach for the Stars (feat. Wyclef Jean)
    12 Bubble Butt (feat. Bruno Mars, Tyga & Mystic)
    13 Mashup the Dance (feat. The Partysquad & Ward 21)
    14 Playground (feat. Bugle & Arama)
    Major Lazer
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  • Bloodlines Bloodlines Quick View

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    Bloodlines

    Barbarossa, (aka James MathÉ), releases his new album 'Bloodlines' on August 6. Having recently signed to iconic London label Memphis Industries (Field Music, POLIÇA, The Go! Team) Bloodlines draws on everything from soul men Stevie Wonder, D'Angelo and Levon Helm to Dirty Projectors and Sufjan Stevens. Bloodlines sees MathÉ's emotive missives from young adulthood rewired into elegiac electronic anthems, dusted with huge spectral gasps of reverb and soul-wrenching organ melodies.
    1. Bloodline
    2. Turbine
    3. Butterfly Plague
    4. Pagliaccio
    5. s.i.h.f.f.y.
    6. Battles
    7. The Load
    8. Saviour Self
    9. The Endgame
    10. Seeds
    Barbarossa
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  • City Of No Reply City Of No Reply Quick View

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    City Of No Reply

    Dirty Projectors guitarist and singer Amber Coffman's long-anticipated solo album is called City Of No Reply, and the first single from it is a gorgeous, soulful - if slightly bent - ballad called All To Myself.
    1. All to Myself
    2. No Coffee
    3. Dark Night
    4. City of No Reply
    5. Miss You
    6. Do You Believe
    7. If You Want My Heart
    8. Nobody Knows
    9. Under the Sun
    10. Brand New
    11. Kindness
    Amber Coffman
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  • No Service No Service Quick View

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    No Service

    No Service is the debut five song EP from Brooklyn's Tony Castles. The album was recorded by Jake Aron (Yeasayer, Chairlift) and was mixed at the Rare Book Room by Nicolas Vernhes (Dirty Projectors, Deerhunter).

    1. No Service

    2. Black Girls in Dresses
    3. Dream Job
    4. New Brain
    5. Adequate Sheen

    Tony Castles
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  • No Truf No Truf Quick View

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    No Truf

    Well, we didn't expect this! After a 3-year hiatus following what we assumed was their swan song, the sprawling double-album, Growing - San Diego's Sleeping People return with this hypnoticfever-dream of a 12. Following the departure of guitarist Amber Coffman (who left to pursue herother group, The Dirty Projectors, full-time), Sleeping People's core group - guitarist KaseyBoekholt, bassist Kenseth Thibideau, and drummer Brandon Relf - reunited with original guitarist,the nimble-fingered Joileah Thalmann.
    1. Klinik
    2. Polizei
    Sleeping People
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    id

    Pittsburgh native Chris Laufman, performing as Wise Blood, was poised for a huge splash in 2011--the beginnings of his musical career already heralded by Pitchfork, The Fader, Stereogum and more. The new album 'id' was co-produced by Nicolas Vernhes (Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors) and Laufman explains the album as a snapshot of thoughts and experiences from a three month period in 2012 played out in a single day.
    1. Alarm
    2. AM 1020
    3. Rat
    4. Routine Reality
    5. AMC Loews Waterfront
    6. Target
    7. 8 P.M.-10 P.M.
    8. Spider Web
    9. 11 P.M.-1 A.M.
    10. Universe is Blessed
    11. 0.01$
    12. Consumed
    Wise Blood
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  • Dome Branches: The MVP Demos Dome Branches: The MVP Demos Quick View

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    Dome Branches: The MVP Demos

    In 2008 double bassist/singer-songwriter Nat Baldwin released Most Valuable
    Player, an album that led Pitchfork to say he brings fierce performances to these
    polished compositions. Now 5 years later, Western Vinyl is proud to be releasing
    the original demos from Most Valuable Player, which were recorded in 2005 and
    2006.


    The demo album, titled Dome Branches, features Nat's bandmate from Dirty Projectors, Dave Longstreth on guitar and electronics, Jim Reynolds on guitar, Nate Horton
    on drums, Tim Keiper on drums, Matt Bauder on Clarinets, Jess Pavone on viola.
    Throughout these demos, there's a remarkable raw energy stemming at least in part
    from the fact that Nat hadn't performed any of the material live yet, and Longstreth
    hadn't heard the songs before, so his guitar parts were made up on the spot.


    After studying avant-garde jazz and improvisation with jazz legend Anthony
    Braxton, Nat Baldwin started writing songs featuring double bass and vocals. In
    2005 he joined Dirty Projectors. In addition to his work with Dirty Projectors, he has
    performed on Grizzly Bear's Sheilds, Vampire Weekend's Contra, and Department of
    Eagles' In Ear Park. In between touring and recording with Dirty Projectors, Nat
    made time to record his 2011 album People Changes, an album that led Pitchfork to
    say whether Baldwin is singing with his throat or his bow, there's a thrilling felling
    of freedom to it all. More recently, he's been writing, recording, and arranging
    songs for a new album to be released in 2014. You can hear some of the new material live this September when Nat tours in the US and Canada.

    1. Lake Eerie
    2. Only To Find
    3. Dome Branches
    4. Black Square
    5. De-Attached
    6. One Two Three
    7. The Felled Trees
    8. Look She Said
    9. Mask I Wear
    Nat Baldwin
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  • Aquaria Aquaria Quick View

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    Aquaria

    Jordy Asher, the once-mysterious BeyoncÉ collaborator who goes by the name Boots, is having a big year. He released his Motorcycle Jesus short film and soundtrack, and he also worked on FKA twigs' M3LL155X EP. And now, on the title track from his forthcoming album AQUARIA, he's teamed up with Angel Deradoorian, the former Dirty Projector who releases her own solo album The Expanding Flower Planet tomorrow. The track is a seething, panting genre-free number that includes Boots sort-of rapping and Deradoorian riding a dark Depeche Mode groove. -- Tom Breihan, Stereogum.com
    1. Brooklyn Gamma
    2. C.U.R.E.
    3. Oraclies
    4. Bombs Away
    5. I Run Roulette
    6. Gallows
    7. AQUARIA
    8. Earthquake
    9. Only
    10. Dead Come Running
    11. Still
    Boots
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  • Long Live Long Live Quick View

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    Long Live

    Currently a Toronto-based duo comprised of Daniela Gesundheit (Bruce Peninsula) and Dan Goldman, the line-up of Snowblink past has been known to expand to include other extended-community members -- MGMT, Nat Baldwin (Dirty Projectors), Frank Lyon (Keepaway), Caley Monahon-Ward (Extra Life), and fellow Fire artist Ryan Driver among them.
    Snowblink have quickly joined the ranks of some of Canada's brightest musicians, collaborating and performing alongside Arts & Crafts artists Timber Timbre, The Hidden Cameras, Jason Collette, Broken Social Scene, and Apostle of Hustle, in addition to Owen Pallett, Ron Sexsmith, and others with their live shows gaining high praise by Toronto's NOW magazine.
    1. Rut & Nuzzle
    2. Ambergris
    3. The Tired Bees
    4. Stand Where A Fruit Tree Drops....
    5. Membrillo
    6. Green To Gone
    7. Bulb, For Later
    8. Divining Rod
    9. Sea Change
    10. None
    11. Heckling The Afterglow
    12. This Is This
    13. Go Deep (Fon Frank)
    14. The Fish Of Little Thoughts
    15. The Haunt
    Snowblink
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  • Cupid Deluxe Cupid Deluxe Quick View

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    Cupid Deluxe

    Blood Orange aka DevontÉ Hynes returns with his brand new album Cupid
    Deluxe, his follow up to the acclaimed Coastal Grooves. The album features
    guest performances by David Longstreth (Dirty Projectors), Caroline Polachek
    (Chairlift), Samantha Urbani (Friends), Clams Casino, Despot, Adam Bainbridge
    (Kindness), Skepta and many more. The album was produced entirely by Dev
    and mixed by the acclaimed engineer Jimmy Douglass (Justin Timberlake, Jay
    Z, Missy Elliott and many more).


    "Chamakay is a weightless mid-tempo glide, a stark gem from an artist who's
    ready for a star turn."
    - Pitchfork


    "The LP's first single is an absolutely lovely airy midtempo groove"
    - Stereogum

    1. Chamakay
    2. You're Not Good Enough
    3. Uncle Ace
    4. No Right Thing
    5. It Is What It Is
    6. Chosen
    7. Clipped On
    8. Always Let U Down
    9. On The Line
    10. High Street
    11. Time Will Tell
    Blood Orange
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  • It Comes At Night (Original Soundtrack Album) (Pre-Order) It Comes At Night (Original Soundtrack Album) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    It Comes At Night (Original Soundtrack Album) (Pre-Order)

    It Comes at Night is an upcoming horror film directed and written by Trey Edward Shults (Krisha) and starring Joel Edgerton (Loving). The film follows a man, his wife and son secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world. Their tenuous domestic order is tested with the arrival of a young family seeking refuge from the doom outside. Despite the best intentions of everyone, paranoia boils over as the terrors outside creep ever-closer.

    The original score to It Comes at Night was composed by Brian McOmber (Krisha), a former member of acclaimed indie band Dirty Projectors. McOmber's score utilizes synths, lonesome strings and the occasional tribal drum, which conjures a kind of primal darkness in the music that is both foreboding and deeply unsettling. A rising star to keep an ear out for, McOmber delivers a score that will grip you and never let go.

    1. It Comes At Night
    2. Flames
    3. Close Your Eyes
    4. Sores
    5. The Road
    6. Wet Dream
    7. The Triumph Of Death
    8. Waiting
    9. Black Eyes
    10. Shallow Graves
    11. Travis' Theme
    12. Another Family
    13. Stanley
    14. If He's Sick, Then I Am Too
    15. The Red Door
    16. Planning and Preparation
    17. Stairway To Hell
    18. Paul's Regret
    19. Travis' Acceptance
    20. Sarah's Understanding
    Brian McOmber
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  • Lanterns Lanterns Quick View

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    Lanterns

    Equal parts producer and composer, Son Lux (aka Ryan Lott) bridges an unusual
    gap between old-world music theory and next-level experimentation. Meditative
    but heaving with energy, "Lanterns" nds a peculiar congruency between
    futuristic soul and ancient sentiment. Driving orchestral electronica (Lost It To
    Trying, No Crimes) is placed alongside creepy minimalism (Pyre), often starkly
    juxtaposing densely layered arrangements with Lott's fragile voice.


    In recent past Son Lux has gained notoriety both for his s/s/s project (with
    Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti), and from being named NPR's "Best New Artist of
    the Year". His third full-length album, and his rst for Joyful Noise (Kishi Bashi,
    Sebadoh, etc.), positions Son Lux at the helm of an impressive ensemble of
    instrumentalists and singers, including Chris Thile (The Punch Brothers), Peter
    Silberman (The Antlers), DM Stith, Lily & Madeleine, Darren King (Mutemath),
    Ieva Berberian (Gem Club) and yMusic (Dirty Projectors, Bon Iver).

    1. Alternate World
    2. Lost It To Trying
    3. Ransom
    4. Easy
    5. No Crimes
    6. Pyre
    7. Enough of Our Machines
    8. Plan The Escape
    9. Lanterns Lit
    Son Lux
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  • LYFE LYFE Quick View

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    LYFE


    Weird and mournful yet highly rhythmic, Brooklyn's
    Glass Ghost offers dance-friendly art pop.
    - TIME OUT NEW YORK


    ...that irresistible, disjointed mix of pop hooks and
    Beefheartian abandon.
    -VILLAGE VOICE


    ...an affecting, gently aspirated bedtime piece...In
    tune and percussion it struck me as the nocturnal
    cousin to Merriweather Post Pavilion's Guys Eyes.
    - STEREOGUM


    ...a fractured bit of art-pop featuring...intoned
    falsetto over some spare production and airy beats.
    -PITCHFORK


    Since the release of their debut album Idol Omen in 2009, Glass Ghost's founding members Eliot
    Krimsky and Michael Johnson have kept busy. In addition to playing dozens of shows, including
    a tour with White Rabbits, Johnson joined Dirty Projectors as their new drummer, Krimsky has
    been collaborating with Here We Go Magic on keys, and the duo welcomed two new members to
    the group, Tyler Wood on keyboards and percussion, and Aerial East on vocals. Like their debut,
    LYFE was produced by Tyler Wood, who also produced Joan As Policewoman's 2014 album The
    Classic. For the LYFE recording sessions, the group recruited many of their friends to contribute, including Joan Wasser of Joan As Policewoman, Nat Baldwin of Dirty Projectors, and
    Christopher Tignor of Slow Six and Wires Under Tension. Pushing their songs to new levels by
    working with Brooklyn's musical elite is nothing new for Glass Ghost. They worked with more
    than a dozen of their friends from Brooklyn's music community, including Sharon Van Etten
    (who in 2011 noted "Eliot Krimsky is one of my favorite writers."), Here We Go Magic's Luke
    Temple, and Matt Iwanusa of Caveman, for their debut which was described by the New Yorker
    as "elegant compositions of frosted indie pop," and by Time Out New York as "weird and mournful yet highly rhythmic.


    On their new album LYFE, Krimsky (who's currently working on his M.A. in Media Studies at The
    New School, where he's exploring the convergence of technological mediation, identity and
    music) turns his observations of the absurd and mundane into metaphors about living in a
    world where every detail about your life is harvested, quantified, and used by marketing companies to manipulate your behavior. Rather than sounding didactic or overly intellectual, the
    songs provide windows into the band's internal world, as Krimsky's tender falsetto glides over
    the icy landscapes of synths, strings, woodwinds, and regal horns. As the product of Krimsky,
    Johnson, and Wood's mutual trust, vision, and relentless attention to every detail, LYFE masterfully blends airy, melancholy, and chilly atmospherics with Glass Ghost's irresistible bottom-heavy grooves and hooky pop sensibilities.

    1. Life Is For The Living
    2. Sound of Money
    3. Triangle
    4. Wait A Second
    5. Walls
    6. Home For the Holidays
    7. Unidentified
    8. American Dollar
    9. Hearing The Sound
    10. Traveling With You
    11. Outro
    Glass Ghost
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  • Dark Was The Night Dark Was The Night Quick View

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    Dark Was The Night

    This triple LP contains thirty-one exclusive tracks that will benefit the Red Hot Organization, an international charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. This is their 20th anniversary and 20th release. Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National produced the album, and John Carlin, the founder of the Red Hot Organization was the executive producer.


    The complete list of artists that recorded tracks for this release: Andrew Bird, Antony + Bryce Dessner, Arcade Fire, Beach House, Beirut, Blonde Redhead + Devastations, Bon Iver, Bon Iver & Aaron Dessner, The Books featuring Jose Gonzalez, Buck 65 Remix (featuring Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti), Cat Power and Dirty Delta Blues, The Decemberists, Dirty Projectors + David Byrne, Kevin Drew, Feist + Ben Gibbard, Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear + Feist, Iron & Wine, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Kronos Quartet, Stuart Murdoch, My Brightest Diamond, My Morning Jacket, The National, The New Pornographers, Conor Oberst & Gillian Welch, Riceboy Sleeps, Dave Sitek, Spoon, Sufjan Stevens, Yeasayer and Yo La Tengo.

    1. Knotty Pine
    2. Cello Song
    3. Train Song
    4. Brackett, WI
    5. Deep Blue Sea
    6. So Far Around The Bend
    7. Tightrope
    8. Feeling Good
    9. Dark Was The Night
    10. I Was Young When I Left Home
    11. Big Red Machine
    12. Sleepless
    13. Sleepless
    14. Service Bell
    15. Blood
    16. Well-Alright
    17. Lenin
    18. Mimizan
    19. El Caporal
    20. Ispiration Information
    21. With A Girl Like You
    22. Blood Pt. 2
    23. Hey, Snow White
    24. Gentle Hour
    25. Another Saturday
    26. Happiness
    27. Amazing Grace
    28. The Giant Of Illinois
    29. Lua
    30. When The Road Runs Out
    31. Love Vs. Porn
    Various Artists
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  • Break Line: The Musical Break Line: The Musical Quick View

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    Break Line: The Musical


    Limited To 2000


    On a front porch in Philadelphia in early 2004, Anand Wilder and Maxwell Kardon sat with a guitar and a
    banjo and busily finger picked to keep their hands from freezing.After a few false starts they settled on a dirge
    in d-minor and began improvising lyrics about a labor conflict in a Western Pennsylvania coal town that their
    fathers had learned about from an old folk song taught in Quaker schools in the '50s.


    The facts, as communicated,were a half-remembered pastiche of de facto segregation, frayed family ties, and
    double-dealing.The principal heroes and villains of the story were lost to history and buried in mine shafts and
    unmarked graves, and the particulars of the outcome were primarily recorded on newspapers lost in
    warehouse fires and floods. Nevertheless,the tragedy struck both as an ideal thread to weave through a series
    of stories they had been telling each other about a town full of unlucky,love lorn people. Inspired by the classic
    rock operas of the 1970's and the golden age of musical theater,they began work on their own


    Wilder and Kardon spent the next several years traveling, each writing and tinkering with songs about their
    town and sending each other hastily recorded demos and fragments of lyrics. The story of Greenbelt grew and
    the cast of characters, from robber barons to union men, migrant farmers to crooked ministers, became
    fleshed out. They enlisted friends from myriad bands: Austin Fisher (Suckers), Haley Dekle (the Dirty
    Projectors), Ira Wolf Tuton and Christopher Keating (Yeasayer), Ryan Kattner (Man Man), Britt Myers
    (Chairlift), and Aku Orraca-Tetteh (Dragons of Zynth) to sing the parts of the town's luckless citizens.


    In 2008, they put together a core band featuring Ira on bass and Christopher Powell of Man Man on drums
    and began arranging the songs of Break Line for a full ensemble. With the help of recording wunderkind Britt
    Myers (Chairlift, Yeasayer, Passing Strange) they finally began putting the music down onto tape,staying up
    late experimenting with sounds and arrangements.


    In the years that followed,the two found moments whenever they could to complete the project. Neither can
    believe that what started with just the two of them huddled on a cold porch would grow to involve a once-in-a-lifetime cast of collaborators. A decade after its conception, they are proud to present to the public their
    vision of a classic story of betrayal, pride and lost love.


    Welcome to Greenbelt.


    Singers: Aku Orraca-Tetteh, Christopher Keating (Yeasayer). Haley Dekly (Dirty Projectors), Quinn Walker,
    Austin Fisher(Suckers), Ryan Kattner (Man Man),Tanya Houndsley, Cameron Hull, Anand Wilder


    Musicians: IraWolf Tuton (Yeasayer) ,James Richardson,Christopher Sean Powell,Jason Trammell (Sinkane),
    K Ishibashi, Austin Fisher, Steve Marion (Delicate Steve), Lyndon Cordero Lopez, Daniel Schleifer, Charles
    Christopher Erway, Tanya Houndsley

    1. Coal Into Diamonds
    2. Wedding Day
    3. Opportunity
    4. Hold You Tight
    5. They're Stealing Our Coal
    6. 4th Of July
    7. Better To Die
    8. It Doesn't Seem Right
    9. Fathers and Brothers
    10. I'm To Blame
    11. Hang Your Head High
    Anand Wilder & Maxwell Kardon
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    Enter The Slasher House


    Double LP Includes Two 180g Heavyweight Vinyl With Two Printed Inner Card Stock Sleeves


    Domino is proud to announce the debut album Enter The Slasher House from Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks.


    Slasher Flicks by name alone is not what it appears to be. Scrambled horror film soundtracks? Not even
    remotely. A bunch of East Coasters making their quintessential LA album? No, more like escape from
    LA, say leather masked guitar-wielding Avey Tare (of Animal Collective), knife-wielding keyboard player
    Angel Deradoorian (of Dirty Projectors, Deradoorian), and the cannibal chief drummer and decaying
    grandfather Jeremy Hyman (of Ponytail, Dan Deacon).


    Having composed the bones of these eight songs on acoustic guitar, Avey Tare invited Deradoorian, to
    create melodic lines to flesh them out. Inspired by Ken Burns' Jazz history documentary, they needed
    a drummer who could play "free but structured"; enter Hyman. The group produced and recorded the
    songs live at the Lair studio using only minimal overdubs; the live sound being key to Slasher Flicks'
    spooky dynamism.

    1. A Sender
    2. Duplex Trip
    3. Blind Babe
    4. Little Fang
    5. Catchy (Was Contagious)
    6. That It Won't Grow
    7. The Outlaw
    8. Roses On The Window
    9. Modern Days E
    10. Strange Colores
    11. Your Card
    Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks
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    The Expanding Flower Planet

    'The Expanding Flower Planet' is an album, a song, a cosmic ideal, a form of psychic expansion and expanded capability. It's original and personal. It transmutes ethereal abstractions into crystalline harmonies and sinuous grooves. It's music nurtured with the idea of healing, exciting, inspiring, enlightening. Drones, dissonance, warmth, and love. Even if you're unfamiliar with Angel Deradoorian's name, you're likely familiar with her voice. As the former bassist and vocalist for Dirty Projectors, her lepidopteran flights helped buoy the Brooklyn-based group. She's been a member of Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks and sang on Flying Lotus' "Siren Song." Her fist song collection, 2009's Mind Raft EP elicited praise from Pitchfork for being "passionate and lovingly crafted." The Fader hailed her "zen weed energy" and "moody dervish spirals."But her debut LP, 'The Expanding Flower Planet' reflects a remarkable creative journey. In the course of cutting it, Deradoorian realized a more profound communion with music than she'd ever experienced. It's salient in the songs, which glow and warp, burn brightly and float gracefully past sun and assorted stars.
    1. A Beautiful Woman
    2. Expanding Flower Planet
    3. Violet Minded
    4. Komodo
    5. Your Creator
    6. The Invisible Man
    7. DarkLord
    8. Ouneya
    9. The Eye
    10. Grow
    Deradoorian
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    People Changes

    Double bassist/singer-songwriter Nat Baldwins forthcoming album People Changes is much like the stark Maine setting which it was created. Of course, his fourth full-length shows welcome markings of his experimental bent from years as the Dirty Projectors bassist and former disciple of free jazz legend Anthony Braxton, but the serene isolation of 17 million acres of New England forestland make this cabin-born set intimate and sincere.


    Baldwin first penned the songs in 2007, allowing the arrangements to evolve before the final recording in the spring of 2010. A lean ensemble of talented, time-proven friends were enlisted for the studio, some dating back to his New Hampshire childhood, chosen specifically to create the albums earnest live sound.


    Their apt decision to record voice and bass live on most tracks is quickly felt on opener A Little Lost, letting Baldwins softly warbled falsetto hug a heartfelt cover of Arthur Russells sacred love song. Woodwinds flit and pull against contrabass pulses on Weights, then recede to let Baldwins bare performance stir on Real Fakes.


    The full cast of Nats touring ensemble handsomely matches the bold arrangements of Lifted, followed by jagged improvisation on What Is There and a tender rendition of Kurt Weismans Let My Spirit Rise to finish. Charged throughout by lyrics crisp and strong, People Changes is a slice through the void of late nights spent among tall pines.


    People Changes was recorded by Matt Walsh at Florida Keys Studio in New York City in May/June of 2010, mixed by Scott Solter, and mastered by Paul Gold at Salt Mastering. Guests include Matt Bauder (clarinets), Caley Monahon-Ward (violin), Brett Deschenes (trumpet), Will Glass (drums), Al Mead (guitar) and Jeremy Leclair (alto saxophone). The album follows a split EP with Extra Life (2008, Shatter Your Leaves) on which earlier versions of Weights and Lifted appear, Most Valuable Player (2008), Enter the Winter (2006) and Lights Out EP (2005) on Broken Sparrow Records, and his experimental free jazz debut Solo Contrabass (2003, Peacock Recordings).

    1. A Little Lost

    2. Weights
    3. Real Fakes
    4. The Same Thing
    5. Lifted
    6. What Is There
    7. Let My Spirit Rise
    Nat Baldwin
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    Past Life


    Includes CD Of Full Album


    When Lost In The Trees set out to record Past Life, their
    third album for ANTI-, they knew they needed a break
    with the past. On their first two releases Picker had used an
    expanded six-member band to render his carefully composed,
    classical-inflected songs. For the new album, the band is pared
    to a lean electronic-rock four-piece; the arrangements are modern,
    spare, minimal, emphasizing groove and rhythm, blending the sonic architecture of 21st century electronic dance music, and the sensual swerve
    of post-Bowie 80s pop.


    The band made their next break with past practice by electing to work with
    an outside producer for the first time. Nicolas Vernhes, whose credits include
    breakthrough albums from Deerhunter, Dirty Projectors and Animal Collective, endorsed the band's new minimal aesthetic, and the
    question in the studio became, "How much can we strip
    away?" But fans that came to the band lured by the lush
    classicism of All Alone In An Empty House and A Church That
    Fits Our Needs (the Wall Street Journal's album of the year in 2012)
    will not be disappointed. The haunting lyricism of Picker's voice and
    melodies has not diminished in the new sparer approach, but instead rises
    to the fore, bringing out that timeless quality of the melodies that is the common
    ground of both folk and pop music. This pop quality, buried but always present
    in previous efforts, shines on Past Life; not pop in any trivial, retro sense, but the
    yearning lilt of Harry Nilsson or Mark Hollis, that floating melodicism that Relix
    found so "achingly beautiful."

    1. Excos
    2. Past Life
    3. Lady In White
    4. Daunting Friend
    5. Rites
    6. Wake
    7. Glass Harp
    8. Sun
    9. Night Walking
    10. Upstairs
    Lost In The Trees
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    Black Hours

    Hamilton Leithauser announces his debut solo album Black Hours via Ribbon Music -
    inaugurating a new chapter in an already remarkable career from The Walkmen front man. The album
    brings Leithauser full circle and then some, from lonely midwinter piano-and-vocals sessions, to a
    loud, live Rock n Roll group and back again. Featuring Leithauser with a slew of talented collaborators
    including Rostam Batmanglij (Vampire Weekend), Paul Maroon (The Walkmen), Morgan Henderson
    (Fleet Foxes) and Richard Swift (The Shins/solo), the album showcases Leithauser at his most
    passionate, personal and free.


    The video for the first single "Alexandra," which was directed by SXSW Film Festival Grand Jury award
    winning director Tristan Patterson. The track was co-written by Hamilton Leithauser and Rostam
    Batmanglij, the latter producing and mixing the track.


    In its orchestrated rhythms, dynamic vocals, and generous production, Black Hours speaks from one
    booming voice. The instrumentation provides muscle and texture: Maroon covering a wide range of
    acoustic and electric guitars as well as grand piano; Batmanglij switching between guitar, harpsichord,
    piano, bass and harmonica; Morgan Henderson from Fleet Foxes takes the marimba and upright bass,
    and Richard Swift lays down impressive drums on seven tracks (Henderson & Swift will be accompanying
    Leithauser on a full U.S. tour). Amber Coffman from the Dirty Projectors provides backing vocals on
    several numbers and even Hugh McIntosh of Leithauser's first band, the Recoys, returns to the drum
    stool for a pair of songs.


    Principal recording was done in August 2013 at Vox Studios in Los Angeles, "the oldest private studio in
    the world", where Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer, and countless others cut demos before
    appearing on air at NBC studios, just across Melrose Ave.

    1. 5 AM
    2. The Silent Orchestra
    3. Alexandra
    4. 11 O'Clock Friday Night
    5. St Mary's County
    6. Self Pity
    7. I Retired
    8. I Don't Need Anyone
    9. Bless Your Heart
    10. The Smallest Splinter
    Hamilton Leithauser
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    Black Hours (Deluxe Edition)


    Includes Bonus 4 Track EP


    Hamilton Leithauser announces his debut solo album Black Hours via Ribbon Music -
    inaugurating a new chapter in an already remarkable career from The Walkmen front man. The album
    brings Leithauser full circle and then some, from lonely midwinter piano-and-vocals sessions, to a
    loud, live Rock n Roll group and back again. Featuring Leithauser with a slew of talented collaborators
    including Rostam Batmanglij (Vampire Weekend), Paul Maroon (The Walkmen), Morgan Henderson
    (Fleet Foxes) and Richard Swift (The Shins/solo), the album showcases Leithauser at his most
    passionate, personal and free.


    The video for the first single "Alexandra," which was directed by SXSW Film Festival Grand Jury award
    winning director Tristan Patterson. The track was co-written by Hamilton Leithauser and Rostam
    Batmanglij, the latter producing and mixing the track.


    In its orchestrated rhythms, dynamic vocals, and generous production, Black Hours speaks from one
    booming voice. The instrumentation provides muscle and texture: Maroon covering a wide range of
    acoustic and electric guitars as well as grand piano; Batmanglij switching between guitar, harpsichord,
    piano, bass and harmonica; Morgan Henderson from Fleet Foxes takes the marimba and upright bass,
    and Richard Swift lays down impressive drums on seven tracks (Henderson & Swift will be accompanying
    Leithauser on a full U.S. tour). Amber Coffman from the Dirty Projectors provides backing vocals on
    several numbers and even Hugh McIntosh of Leithauser's first band, the Recoys, returns to the drum
    stool for a pair of songs.


    Principal recording was done in August 2013 at Vox Studios in Los Angeles, "the oldest private studio in
    the world", where Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer, and countless others cut demos before
    appearing on air at NBC studios, just across Melrose Ave.

    LP 1
    1. 5 AM
    2. The Silent Orchestra
    3. Alexandra
    4. 11 O'Clock Friday Night
    5. St Mary's County
    6. Self Pity
    7. I Retired
    8. I Don't Need Anyone
    9. Bless Your Heart
    10. The Smallest Splinter


    Bonus EP
    1. Waltz [Deluxe Edition]
    2. In Our Time (I'll Always Love You) [Deluxe Edition]
    3. Utrecht [Deluxe Edition]
    4. I'll Never Love Again [Deluxe Edition]

    Hamilton Leithauser
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    La Isla Bonita


    Gray Colored Vinyl


    For years, Deerhoof was the only band that sounded like Deerhoof. Deerhoof's
    neck-snapping syncopations, classical melody, minimal gear and maximal music has
    slowly become part of the vocabulary: St. Vincent, Flaming Lips, Tune-Yards and Dirty
    Projectors are just a few of the bands to have absorbed some Deerhoof DNA.


    Deerhoof banged out recordings to send to producer and Godmode Records
    honcho Nick Sylvester. No one gave much thought to microphone placement and
    other technical matters, or playing the parts perfectly, or even staying in tune. It was
    unselfconscious, spontaneous and fun, all four musicians playing in the same tiny
    room at the same time. "We forgot," says Greg, "that the camera was there." The
    music was ineffably evocative and powerful.


    In May, Sylvester recorded the vocals, and that's where the album's pop side comes
    out: Satomi's singing is front and center, and if it sounds like she's commanding the
    band, it's because she was. Satomi was determined to make a record that was not
    just for hardcore Deerhoof fans but instead would speak to everybody.


    But there's a darkness to the songs. While Satomi's voice might ring like a sweet bell,
    John and Ed's guitars resound with uncanny, virtuosic abandon, and Greg drums
    with his ingenious wallop, the gnomic lyrics juxtapose images of false paradise with a
    sense of declining empires and decay, a foreboding portrait of an American Weimar.
    La Isla Bonita is the glorious sound of four musicians owning their own hard-won and
    richly deserved legacy. Even as western civilization goes down the tubes.


    -- Michael Azerrad

    1. Paradise Girls
    2. Mirror Monster
    3. Doom
    4. Last Fad
    5. Tiny Bubbles
    6. Exit Only
    7. Big House Waltz
    8. God 2
    9. Black Pitch
    10. Oh Bummer
    Deerhoof
    $18.99
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