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Picture ShowMulti-platinum Mercury Records group Neon Trees, the success story of 2010-2011 with their #1 debut album Habits and RIAA double-platinum #1 debut single Animal, is back with their sophomore album Picture Show and rising new single Everybody Talks. The album marks the Provo, UT band's first project with producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen who has previously worked with the likes of Beck, Garbage Nine Inch Nails and M83.LP1
1. Moving In The Dark
2. Teenage Sounds
3. Everybody Talks
4. Mad Love
6. Lessons In Love (All Day, All Night) ft. Kaskade
1. Close To You
2. Hooray For Hollywood
3. Still Young
4. I Am The D.J.
6. Tell Me You Love Me
7. Take Me For A Ride$34.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
HabitsNeon Trees' Mercury Records debut, Habits was produced by singer/guitarist Tim Pagnotta and it's a refreshing blast of timeless rock energy and spirit that wouldn't sound out of place at any point from '60s garage-rock to 2010 dance rock.$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Lovetap!Classic albums come in vinyl, even albums that aren't quite classics yet but you know in your gut that's their destiny. The Los Angeles's quartet of Sean (vocals/keys), Mike (guitar), Joe (bass), and Beau (drums) known as Smallpools releases their debut album LOVETAP! through RCA Records to press already praising its first single Karaoke as some of the best new pop heard in a long while.
Bursting onto the scene with a four-song self-titled EP, Smallpools hit the globe touring as opener for WALK THE MOON, Neon Trees, Grouplove, MS MR, Twenty One Pilots, and Two Door Cinema Club, played Lollapalooza, and gained critical acclaim the moment they hit Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform their debut single Dreaming, produced by Captain Cuts.
Countless supporters--to name a few that hit all ranges of audiophiles: Vogue, BuzzFeed, Earmilk, and NYLON Magazine--praise the band's catchy sound and invigorating live shows. Phrases like Neon Gold's "sepia splash of power-pop" and Baeble Music's claim that their sound "makes you want to grab a mic and sing along" are cropping up everywhere. Get your hands on this vinyl the second it crashes onto the scene.1. American Love
2. Killer Whales
5. Street Fight
6. Mason Jar
7. Over and Over
9. What's A Picture Of?
10. Dyin' to Live
11. Admission To Your Party
12. 9 to 5
13. No Story Time
14. (Submarine)$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
UNIM-CAP-7482xNightmare And The Cat
SimpleLA based 5 piece band fronted by brothers Django and Sam Stewart, Nightmare and the Cat's debut album SIMPLE is set for release in 2014. The
band's first single 'Undercover' is on alternative radio waves across the country as they tour with NEON TREES nationally this summer on over 30 dates.1. Simple
2. Desert Heir
3. Goodbye So Many Times
5. Sarah Beth
7. Blackbird Smile
8. X's On Your Eyes
11. Breaking Down The Walls$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Thank You CamelliaSeason eight American Idol winner Kris Allen returns with his sophomore album Thank You Camellia, the follow-up to his 2009 self-titled debut. Allen co-wrote every song on the 11-song set and was heavily involved in the production process, working with producers and co-writers like Tim Pagnotta (Sugarcult, Neon Trees); Curt Schneider (Augustana, Five for Fighting); Nasri & Adam Messinger, (Chris Brown, Justin Bieber); Kevin Kadish (Jason Mraz, Rob Thomas) and Boots Ottestad (Andy Grammar, Robbie Williams). Features the lead single The Vision of Love.1. Better With You
2. The Vision of Love
3. My Weakness
4. Out Alive
7. Teach Me How Love Goes
9. Leave You Alone
10. Loves Me Not
11. You Got A Way$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
How Will You Know If You Never TryNashville based quartet COIN presents their sophomore album How Will You Know If You Never Try. This exciting new album is produced by Tim Pagnotta (Walk The Moon, St. Lucia) and Andrew Maury (The Kooks, Lewis Del Mar). The album features COIN's catchy single I Don't Wanna Dance, the Alternative Radio hit Talk Too Much, a stripped-down ballad Malibu 1992 and their newly released single Feeling. The album has 11 sequenced tracks, and one hidden bonus track(between tracks 2 and 3 side-B).
COIN is comprised of Chase Lawrence (vocals/keys), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums) and Zach Dyke (bass). The band recorded their self-titled debut album in Nashville with Grammy nominated producer Jay Joyce (Cage the Elephant, Sleeper Agent). COIN has toured with acts such as The 1975, Bad Suns, Walk The Moon, and Neon Trees. The band was also included in a feature in TIME's 21 Musicians We Want to Hear From in 2017.1. Don't Cry, 2020
3. Talk Too Much
4. I Don't Wanna Dance
6. Are We Alone?
7. Heart Eyes
8. Lately II
10. Miranda Beach
11. Malibu 1992$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
DreamcarIn the summer of 2014, No Doubt s Tony Kanal [bass], Tom Dumont [guitar], and Adrian Young [drums] and singer Davey Havok [AFI, Blakq Audio] began writing and demoing music together. Without telling a soul outside of their significant others, the four musicians clandestinely moved into a cramped downtown Los Angeles rehearsal spot and revved up what would become DREAMCAR. The result of this collaboration is their self-titled debut album, DREAMCAR, produced by Tim Pagnotta [Neon Trees], with whom the band found a kindred spirit.
The band's name actually reflects their ambitions. DREAMCAR speaks to a nostalgia, but as much as it speaks to the past, it also speaks to the present and the future, singer Davey Havok says. It mirrors hopes, aspirations, and attaining the unattainable. I would hope the songs do the same thing. Rife with shimmering guitar tones, percussive slap bass, bombastic drums, and a neon-lit dancefloor dreaminess, DREAMCAR gleefully nods to the decade of Boy George and Back to the Future through a kaleidoscope of wisdom earned from three decades creating and connecting with fans worldwide.
The first single Kill For Candy instantly enchants with its upbeat energy and sweet, saccharine chant punctuated by a twisting and turning guitar and driving rhythms. The album swings between the Frankie Goes To Hollywood-style risquÉ spoken narrative of On The Charts to the delicate longing of the synth-washed Slip On The Moon where Havok pleads, Just look for me, I will look for you. Born To Lie builds from a breathy verse into an expansive refrain, while the opener After I Confess sees his hypnotic and haunting vocal soar over airy and open soundscapes. Ultimately, it's that combination of delectable and dangerous which will leave listeners everywhere satisfied. This is a big moment for us, Kanal leaves off. It's a new beginning. We can't wait to perform the songs live.1. After I Confess
2. Kill For Candy
3. Born to Lie
4. On The Charts
5. All Of the Dead Girls
6. Ever Lonely
7. The Assailant
8. The Preferred
9. Slip on the Moon
10. Don't Let Me Love
11. Do Nothing
12. Show Me Mercy$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
TookahTookah is Emiliana Torrini's fourth album and it follows 2008's critically acclaimed Me And Armini. It sees Emiliana back in the studio with her long-time producer/collaborator Dan Carey.
'Tookah' was written at different stages over a 3 year period, the oldest song being "When Fever Breaks" which was written having come off a tough two year tour which took it's toll in many ways.
"The only way to deal with things is to go into the studio and do music, it is like brain scrambling. You come out of the session clearer as you get to step out of yourself take a look and deal with it."
Other songs like 'Autumn Sun' were written in Iceland.
"We had done that before, gone on a week's writing trip to Iceland, wrote five songs in that week which all made it onto ´Me and Armini´. We were kind of expecting the same to happen. It didn´t. We only wrote 'Autumn Sun'. It was extremely frustrating. Lyrics were hard to write for this album and I spent day and night trying to finish it - with Dan standing over me in military mode. The only time in my life I did not like him much."
On the airplane we realized Dan had left his computer at the airport - it had the only copy of the song. He ran out to find it and just made it back just before the doors closed. We had a terrifying landing that almost ended badly. We grabbed each other and the only thing we said was "Nooo the song! It will be lost forever!"
This record was my sound journey. I had not long had my baby and was getting my head around this huge love I had for him and then being absolutely devastated that I might have dragged him out of a world where he was wild and free, riding horses, swimming in rivers and eating over open fires, to this world where the bad is too much to handle. I had a new identity to figure out and the record was the tiger in the rowing boat. It was going nowhere. I did not like the music we were doing because we had done it before. We knew how to craft that. I needed a challenge, proof that something in me had shifted and it had to be musically as well. I was driving myself too hard.
Dan told me I was not ready to make a record, that I should forget about it for a while, just hang out.
So, we started hanging out, in the studio. In my head the difference was we were not making a record. I discovered the Oberheim on Youtube and that changed everything. That and the Swarmatron Dan had bought. We knew we would plaster it all over the record before we knew what the record was.
I pulled some friends together I was writing with Simon Byrt, ("Blood Red", "Elísabet"), Ian kellett (´Elísabet) and Matt Robertson who are real synth nerds and we started playing around and having fun. We went to Dan´s and jammed and started doing some synth symphonies.
After you have a baby there comes a time where you need to go out with your girlfriends and dance. I went to the studio with Dan and did a dance track "Speed of Dark." We danced. It had to be on the record it was a part of the journey. From that the sound of the record was born, it was a challenge bringing it all together.
The sound was worked very visually. There are almost two stories to each song there is the lyrical visual and then there is a whole different visual that comes with the instrumental and that is how the sound was often directed. "Home" is a very good example of how the sound was built from a visual. When we were writing it, it was clear it had to have a very certain feeling. ´I wanted it to have the visual of you standing in snow blinding white, watching your breath in the cold, not feeling the cold. You look to your left and a lake stretches out frozen and huge. You walk over it to the other side into a forest, you lose direction. Completely lost and helpless. Fireworks start lighting up the sky and you feel a wave of relief. You walk towards them. In the king blue sky they start changing into jelly fish in neon flashing colours, leading the way to home.´ We did not stop until we saw that when playing it.
'Tookah' is a made up word. It came when I was improvising and I connected with that word or name in a very deep blissful way. It is the core of you. The 'you' you were when you were born, before life decorated you like a Christmas tree with all the baggage. It is what connects us with everyone and everything.
It is what the sufis spin for, what we are looking for all our lives. It is the sudden thankfulness you feel when doing nothing in particular, where everything is gently perfect for a moment. God has many names. I call mine 'Tookah'.
- Emiliana Torrini1. Tookah
3. Autumn Sun
6. Animal Games
7. Speed of Dark
8. Blood Red
9. When Fever Breaks$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Fly Rasta (Out of Stock)Picture Disc
The 5th solo studio album from 5 time Grammy winning artist Ziggy Marley, Life on Mars explores crisis on a deteriorating earth and the ultimate migration of the human race. This conceptual album is a cry for humans to come together and make our planet a better place before there is no point of return. Many goodwill partnerships will be created out of this project, all in an effort for people to connect with one another in a positive way and give back to their fellow humans.
Marley serves as the album s producer, Dave Cooley (J Dilla, Silversun Pickups) was tapped for the additional production on song structure and the album s audio profile. The record features a collection of talented musicians, including Sly and Robbie, James Gadson (Bill Withers, Quincy Jones, Paul McCartney), Lyle Workman (Sting, Beck), Brian MacLeod (Sheryl Crow), Steve Ferrone (Tom Petty) and Zac Rae (Lana Del Ray, Brett Dennenwith guest vocal appearances from the Melody Makers (Cedella and Sharon Marley, Erica Newall). The album is mixed by Andrew Schepes (Adele, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Jay Z, Justin Timberlake) and mastered by Dave Cooley (M83, Neon Trees). Life on Mars marks some of Marley s most forward thinking and accessible songs in the past decade.1. I Don't Wanna Live on Mars
2. Fly Rasta
5. Moving Forward
7. So Many Rising
8. I Get Up
9. You're My Yoko
10. Give It Away$19.99Vinyl LP Picture Disc - Sealed Temporarily out of stock