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  • Made Of Bricks Made Of Bricks Quick View

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    Made Of Bricks

    Kate Nash's most popular songs are both intimate and confrontational, using brief portraits and slang conversational vocals to illustrate the larger issues going on, like a dinner party that exposes a crumbling relationship on the hit song Foundations. Her debut album is now available on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl.
    1. Play
    2. Foundations
    3. Mouthwash
    4. Dickhead
    5. Birds
    6. We Get On
    7. Mariella
    8. Shit Song
    9. Pumpkin Soup
    10. Skeleton Song
    11. Nicest Thing

    12. Merry Happy
    Kate Nash
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Girl Talk Girl Talk Quick View

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    Girl Talk

    Speaking about her album Girl Talk, Kate Nash says, I worked with my girl band and the great producer Tom Biller. My friend Jeff Ellis engineered the record. I mixed the record at EastWest on Sunset Boulevard, I made four music videos and flew back to London. In London I recorded and released a song called 'Under-estimate The Girl' which caused an explosion online that was fun to watch. Then I went on tour. I have since been continuing to write and record and have started to plan releasing some of this new music. I'm going to be releasing this record on my own record label 'have 10p' which is exciting/scary/new/etc. but ultimately something I'm really pleased about. This has been a significantly important and challenging year for me, I have absolutely poured my heart, soul, brain, guts and mind into this record.
    1. Part Heart
    2. Fri-End?
    3. Death Proof
    4. Are You There Sweetheart?
    5. Sister
    6. O My God
    7. Oh
    8. All Talk
    9. Conventional Girl
    10. 3AM
    11. Rap for Rejection
    12. Cherry Pickin'
    13. Labyrinth
    14. You're So Cool, I'm So Freaky
    15. Lullaby for an Insomniac
    Kate Nash
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  • Get Cape Wear Cape Fly Get Cape Wear Cape Fly Quick View

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    Get Cape Wear Cape Fly

    Sam Duckworth is Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, the Southend-born troubadour who named his solo project after a solution from an old Batman adventure game. His home-made debut album, The Chronicles Of A Bohemian Teenager was released on Atlantic Records in 2006. He then enlisted Kate Nash and Billy Bragg to guest on his 2008 follow-up Searching For The Hows And Whys and became a leading figure in the political pop scene, helping to spark the new wave of modern folk heroes that's brought us Jamie T and Jack PeƱate. This, his 11-song self-titled third album was released in September of 2010 and features guest-appearances by Shy FX and Baaba Maal. 180g audiophile vinyl.
    1. Hand Me Downs
    2. Collapsing Cities (feat. Shy FX)
    3. Nightlife
    4. All of This Is Yours (feat. Baaba Maal)
    5. Queen For A Day
    6. All Falls Down
    7. Where Will You Stand
    8. Stitch by Stitch (plus Interlude)
    9. The Uprising
    10. The Plot
    11. Morning Light
    Get Cape Wear Cape Fly
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  • Feel Your Feelings Fool! Feel Your Feelings Fool! Quick View

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    Feel Your Feelings Fool!

    Perfectly imperfect - that's one way to describe LA based punk act, The Regrettes. Writing songs that proudly bear a brazen and unabashed attitude in the vein of acts Courtney Barnett or Karen O - with a pop aesthetic reminiscent of 50's and 60's acts a la the Temptations or Buddy Holly - the LA based four piece create infectious, punk driven tracks.

    Lead by outspoken frontwoman, Lydia Night, and comprised of Genessa Gariano on guitar, Sage Nicole on bass and drummer Maxx Morando, the group have left the LA rock scene floored, managing to capture the hearts of jaded rock critics while opening for acts like Kate Nash, Jack Off Jill, Bleached, Pins, Deep Vally and more.

    1. I Don't Like You
    2. A Living Human Girl
    3. Hey Now
    4. Hot
    5. Seashore
    6. Juicebox Baby
    7. 'Til Tomorrow
    8. Pale Skin
    9. Lacy Loo
    10. Head in the Clouds
    11. How It Should Be
    12. Picture Perfect
    13. Bronze
    14. Ladylike/WHATTA BITCH
    15. You Won't Do
    The Regrettes
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    Forget The Mantra

    Nightlands is the recording project of Philadelphia-based multi-instrumentalist Dave Hartley. The music he creates in his bedroom is itself a bed of delicate, chiming strings and bubbling synths beneath a blanket of choral vocal arrangements. Its dreamy in the literal sense, the seeds for the album were sown when Hartley began archiving musical ideas that occurred in his sleep with a simple bedside tape recorder. As a result his debut album Forget the Mantra is, in essence, a field recording of Hartleys dreams, a travel journal through pop music and a collection of psych-hymns from the first human lunar colony. The songs sound both huge and intimate, breathy and cavernous like massive echoes of a faraway concert. Its the big, shadow music from just across the lake.



    The album deals with themes of anxiety, fear and the limits of concentration. Therein, it mines Hartleys personal history as often as it does influences The Beach Boys, The Traveling Wilburys and Hawkwind. Side A pulses with layers of tom tom drums on wide-open standout slow jam 300 Clouds and nimbly-picked acoustic melodies on Suzerain (A Letter to the Judge), like Crosby, Stills & Nash gone comsic-kraut. The songs roll and gallop then stop to breathe, always exhaling with what sounds like a thousand voices. Through its experimental back half, reminiscent of Bowies Low or Kate Bushs The Ninth Wave from Hounds of Love, full of vocal samples from Hartleys real life, the more pop-leaning front end is given greater context, like a close study of a plants blossom before traveling down through its root architecture.



    Hartley, who for years has been a prolific sideman in many Philadelphia ensembles (most notably The War on Drugs), laid these songs to tape on a Tascam 388 iover several months, inviting friends along for feedback and ultimately, some additional tracking.

    1. Forget the Mantra
    2. 300 Clouds
    3. Suzerain (A Letter to the Judge)
    4. God What Have I
    5. 'Til I Die
    6. Glass Vacuum
    7. A Walk in Cheong, 1969
    8. WFMS, 1993
    9. Longways Homebound, 2010
    10. Slowtrain
    11. Fly, Neanderthal
    Nightlands
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