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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
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
14. Ladylike/WHATTA BITCH
15. You Won't Do$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
At The Olympia - 61 & 1962This collection of her live performances at the
Olympia Theater (1961 & 1962) in Paris, her venue
of choice, is remarkable and presents her at her
very best. Edith Piaf in front of an audience, she
was both grand dame and one of the girls or guys,
depending on who you were. Performances of her
most famous songs, such as "Non Je Ne Regrette
Rien", "Les Mots D'amour", "Mon Dieu" and "La
Belle Historie D'Amour," are all here in dramatic
excellence. Here stands Piaf, her voice and her
audience full of pathos, pain, and grace.LP 1: Olympia "61"
1. Les Mots D'amour
2. Les Flons Flons Du Bal
3. T'es L'homme Qu'il Me Faut
4. Mon Dieu
5. Mon Vieux Lucien
6. La Ville Inconnue
7. Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien
8. La Belle Histoire D'amour
9. Les Blouses Blanches
Recorded live, Paris, December 29, 1960
Orchestra and chorus directed by Jacques Lesage
LP 2: Olympia 1962
1. Roulez Tambours
2. Le Diable De La Bastille
3. Musique À Tout Va
4. Le Petit Brouillard
5. Le Droit D'aimer
6. Le Billard Électrique
7. Toi Tu L'entends Pas
8. À Quoi Ça Sert L'amour
9. Non Je Ne Regrette Rien
10. La Foule
Recorded live, Paris, September 27, 1962
Orchestra directed by Jean Leccia$37.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Another Weekend / Ode To The GoatAriel Pink sets a serene but complicated scene for the next chapter in his curious career with Another Weekend, the first solo material heard since the prog-pop opus, Pom Pom. Contrary to the lyrics of Another Weekend (and fortunately for both fanatics and the newly initiated), Pink is neither too shy or humble to have brought his singular style of pop music beyond the bedroom for the befuddled masses over the past two decades, but returned to the formative, familiar setting to craft what will surely live as another shimmering moment in an unrivaled canon. Encapsulating the lingering euphoria of a regrettable weekend over the edge, Another Weekend speaks in morose volumes while whispering sweetly, the dichotomy of Pink's pathos once again on display. Backed with Ode To The Goat (Thank You), Another Weekend will be shared as a 7 single and through conventional music serving mechanisms via Mexican Summer.1. Another Weekend
2. Ode To The Goat$8.997 Vinyl Single - Sealed Buy Now
Live At Third Man RecordsThere are certain bands in this supersaturated, hyper-fragmented, temperamental internet era that rise above ephemeral popularity not because they perpetually reinvent themselves or stay ahead of trends or make headlines with crazy antics or write a mega hit or have a super dreamy frontperson... there are certain bands that rise above because of one characteristic that trumps all others: consistency.
Woods is one of those bands, and their wheelhouse is a decidedly mellow blend of folk, psych, soul, and funk that's wise beyond its years in timbre and lyric. It's a comforting kind of music Woods makes. It doesn't take you anywhere you don't want to go, even if they world they depict is less and less hospitable with every passing day. It's a soundscape reflective of the world it was created in, and its lack of call-it-action and angst makes it endlessly listenable for those of us with regrettably overactive minds.
With over ten years and nine studio records under their belt, this Brooklyn band also runs their own label and 2-day festival at Big Sur, and has carved out a loyal legion of appreciators who extol their steadfast artistry and work ethic. We got to see the Nashville Chapter of this legion, as well as a whole slew of new members, at their live taping in our Nashville Blue room, Monday May 2nd. All captured on their Live at Third Man Records LP.1. Morning Light
2. Politics of Free
3. Leaves Like Glass
4. Hollow Home
5. Sun City Creeps
6. The Take
7. Suffering Season
8. Cali in a Cup
9. Moving to the Left$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Automatic (Awaiting Repress)Automatic is diverse, refreshing and full of welcomed surprises. The boundary pushing album is a wide mix of genres, including rock, country, reggae, R&B, dub, island and 1980s sounding pop.The album features sixteen tracks, which feels really long-especially in these days of four-track EPs and iTunes singles. Similar to 2010s Timebomb, the album features continued collaboration with alt-rocker Lincoln Parish of Cage The Elephant. Along with members of Iration and JP Hesser of Castaway 7 Studios, Parish acted as a the album's co-producer.
Automatic starts off with the album's title track, which is a tribute to the band's dedicated fan base. The reggae-rock-dub tune is signature Iration and features a catchy chorus, along with an arrangement full of smooth baselines, keys and vocal affects. For longtime fans and reggae lovers, Automatic offers "One Way Track," "Go That Road," "Uptown" and "Mr. Operator." The latter is a roots reggae and R&B tune with an infectious chorus and hypnotizing layers of keys. "Go That Road" is a fun, country-reggae tune with a upbeat, catchy chorus, aptly-timed harmonies and relatable story.
Some of the album's strongest songs feature collaborator and co-producer Lincoln Parish. "Show Me" is a synthesized, 1980s-sounding dance tune with tempo changes and layered, echo-filled vocals. "Home" starts off with a country picking pattern and dust-bowl feel. The track then transitions into a bass heavy reggae-rock tune, before finishing with a alt-rock interlude/outro. The track is overflowing with sounds, which regrettably swallow-up the vocals during the song's chorus.
Finally, "Milk and Honey" is a reggae-funk-dance tune with shades of funk-soul phenom Robert Randolph. These songs might surprise some listeners and catch others completely off guard; however, these radio friendly tunes are a refreshing change from the often recycled sounds of the genre. The songs are welcomed editions to the album, and should help Iration expand to audiences outside the reggae-rock genre.
Automatic is hard to categorize. It's not really a reggae album or a rock album. And, it's not a pop album or R&B either. It's all the above. Automatic is an album for all listening moods. If you want some reggae, you got it; if you want to dance, you got it. If you want upbeat pop, you got that as well. The beauty of Iration's "all of the above" approach is that it is unique and refreshing, as well as unpredictable-which makes Automatic accessible to new fans while keeping the old ones satisfied.
- Kit Chalberg (The Pier)1. Automatic
2. Show Me
3. One Way Track
4. Back Around
5. Go That Road
7. This Old Song
9. Mr. Operator
12. Splintered Heart
13. High Flying
14. Milk and Honey
16. No Time$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Thorens TEP 302
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Thorens turntables can be considered state-of-the-art in hi-fi technology as they would extract even the most minute details from your precious vinyl records. The signals generated by the pickup cartridges are however very small and therefore must be amplified to a much higher level. Regrettably, most of today's amplifiers are no longer equipped with a dedicated phono stage. This unfortunate situation was a good reason for Thorens to develop the TEP 302, a complete phono preamplifier including RIAA equalization, which was to complement the outstanding playback performance of our turntables.
The TEP 302 is a pure-bred Class-A amplifier which employs selected, very special low-noise operational amplifiers throughout. The circuitry has been optimized "by ear" after several extended listening sessions. Of course, the TEP 302 also features a 15-Hz subsonic filter in order to protect the woofers from dangerous excursions when a warped record is played. More details, more dynamics.$2,199.00Thorens TEP 302 Preamplifier Buy Now