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  • Rega Turntable Wall Shelf Rega Turntable Wall Shelf Quick View

    $225.00
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    Rega Turntable Wall Shelf

    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Allows your Rega turntable to be wall mounted. Fits all Rega turntables!

    Rega
    $225.00
    Rega Turntable Wall Shelf Buy Now
  • Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent 2T (Bamboo) Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent 2T (Bamboo) Quick View

    $949.00
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    Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent 2T (Bamboo)

    Price is for individual shelf and includes either a foot and cap set, or a set of four columns


    Columns are 1 1/4 thick and are available in lengths of 5.5", 7", 8.5", 10", and 12.8"


    Columns are available in black or silver


    Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 to customize your order.


    Quadraspire goes further from strength to strength with the launch of the new Sunoko-Vent T that will revolutionize your system. The new SVT version is very different from the original although looks the same at a glance, our improved design dissipates vibration away from the electronics and through concave aluminium columns delivers a clearer, cleaner musical performance. Each Sunoko-Vent T shelf is 25mm (1") thick and is made from real wood veneered mdf and can hold equipment up to 120 kilos (264lb) in weight whilst the slotted shelves keep mass low and provide maximum ventilation for the equipment.


    The use of solid Bamboo, with its inherent dampening properties, in our high performance SVT and SV2T racks is a significant improvement over the wood veneer for heavier and larger sized components:

    - The engineered slotted shelves reduce mass and help air ventilation

    - Solid brass collars help dissipate vibration away from the electronics

    - Solid concave aluminium columns

    Quadraspire
    $949.00
    Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent 2T Shelf - Bamboo
  • Quadraspire Q4 EVO Wall Shelf (Maple) Quadraspire Q4 EVO Wall Shelf (Maple) Quick View

    $449.00
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    Quadraspire Q4 EVO Wall Shelf (Maple)

    Q4 EVO wall-mounted shelf


    Updated and improved with the EVO technology: intricate machining on the underside of the shelf improves resonance control for higher performance, perfect for turntables!

    Quadraspire
    $449.00
    Quadraspire Q4 EVO Wall Shelf - Maple Buy Now
  • Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T (Black Ash) Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T (Black Ash) Quick View

    $449.00
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    Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T (Black Ash)

    Price is for individual shelf and includes either a foot and cap set, or a set of four columns


    Columns are 1 1/4 thick and are available in lengths of 5.5", 7", 8.5", 10", and 12.8"


    Columns are available in black or silver


    Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 to customize your order.


    The Sunoko-Vent T improves on the original Sunoko Vent model with their new Tension Technology. New tension-mounted brass collar inserts and revised vents provide reference level isolation and resonance control.


    Quadraspire goes further from strength to strength with the launch of the new Sunoko-Vent T that will revolutionise your system. The new SVT version is very different from the original although looks the same at a glance, our improved design dissipates vibration away from the electronics and through concave aluminium columns delivers a clearer, cleaner musical performance. Each Sunoko-Vent T shelf is 25mm (1") thick and is made from real wood veneered mdf and can hold equipment up to 120 kilos (264lb) in weight whilst the slotted shelves keep mass low and provide maximum ventilation for the equipment.

    Quadraspire
    $449.00
    Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T Shelf - Black Ash
  • Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T (Bamboo) Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T (Bamboo) Quick View

    $549.00
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    Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T (Bamboo)

    Price is for individual shelf and includes either a foot and cap set, or a set of four columns


    Columns are 1 1/4 thick and are available in lengths of 5.5", 7", 8.5", 10", and 12.8"


    Columns are available in black or silver


    Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 to customize your order.


    The Sunoko-Vent T improves on the original Sunoko Vent model with their new Tension Technology. New tension-mounted brass collar inserts and revised vents provide reference level isolation and resonance control.


    Quadraspire goes further from strength to strength with the launch of the new Sunoko-Vent T that will revolutionize your system. The new SVT version is very different from the original although looks the same at a glance, our improved design dissipates vibration away from the electronics and through concave aluminium columns delivers a clearer, cleaner musical performance. Each Sunoko-Vent T shelf is 25mm (1") thick and is made from real wood veneered mdf and can hold equipment up to 120 kilos (264lb) in weight whilst the slotted shelves keep mass low and provide maximum ventilation for the equipment.


    The use of solid Bamboo, with its inherent dampening properties, in our high performance SVT and SV2T racks is a significant improvement over the wood veneer for heavier and larger sized components:

    - The engineered slotted shelves reduce mass and help air ventilation

    - Solid brass collars help dissipate vibration away from the electronics

    - Solid concave aluminium columns

    Quadraspire
    $549.00
    Quadraspire Sunoko-Vent T Shelf - Bamboo
  • Whenever, If Ever Whenever, If Ever Quick View

    $18.99
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    Whenever, If Ever

    Whenever, If Ever is the highly anticipated and long overdue full debut full length for the atmospheric indie rock band from Willimantic, CT. Having
    released several EPs and splits, The World Is A Beautiful Place deliver an album so huge that these other releases have only hinted at their true potential.
    1. Blank #9
    2. Heartbeat In The Brain
    3. Fightboat
    4. Picture Of A Tree That Doesn't Look Okay
    5. You Will Never Go To Space
    6. Layers of Skin We Drag Around
    7. Gig Life
    8. Ultimate Steve
    9. Low Light Assembly
    10. Getting Sodas
    The World Is A Beautiful Place
    $18.99
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  • Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Black Ash) Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Black Ash) Quick View

    $219.00
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    Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Black Ash)

    Price is for individual shelf and includes either a foot and cap set, or a set of four columns


    Columns are 3/4 thick and are available in lengths of 5.5", 7", 8.5", 10", and 12.8"


    Columns are available in black or silver


    Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 to customize your order.


    Q4EVO is a major upgrade of our original Q4 rack that was originally launched in 1995. The Q4EVO is a practical modular solution combining shelves with aluminium columns and feet to enhance your sound system both sonically and visually. Its flexibility allows you to build the rack to your own specification to fit any number of components. The Q4EVO is the same as the original Q4 rack except for some intricate machining on the underside of the shelf which will give improved performance - "the cheapest rack here gives our kit a cohesive sound with a well-balanced treble, taut and expressive bass and a supple and emotive midrange" (What HiFi November 2009).


    To gain maximum performance from your HiFi or AV system, the furniture you place it on is as equally important as all the other components. Each component & cable is susceptible to electrical & mechanical noise, degrading overall system performance. In theory total isolation is desirable, but in reality impossible.


    Quadraspire designs achieve optimum isolation through a combination of distinctive curves and chamfered edges minimising resonance and standing sound waves. Aluminium columns eliminate residual magnetism and the adjustable spiked feet allow efficient floor de-coupling. Real wood-veneered shelves ensure good self-damping properties.

    Quadraspire
    $219.00
    Quadraspire Q4 EVO Shelf - Black Ash
  • Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Bamboo) Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Bamboo) Quick View

    $279.00
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    Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Bamboo)

    Price is for individual shelf and includes either a foot and cap set, or a set of four columns


    Columns are 3/4 thick and are available in lengths of 5.5", 7", 8.5", 10", and 12.8"


    Columns are available in black or silver


    Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 to customize your order.


    Q4EVO is a major upgrade of our original Q4 rack that was originally launched in 1995. The Q4EVO is a practical modular solution combining shelves with aluminium columns and feet to enhance your sound system both sonically and visually. Its flexibility allows you to build the rack to your own specification to fit any number of components. The Q4EVO is the same as the original Q4 rack except for some intricate machining on the underside of the shelf which will give improved performance - "the cheapest rack here gives our kit a cohesive sound with a well-balanced treble, taut and expressive bass and a supple and emotive midrange" (What HiFi November 2009).


    To gain maximum performance from your HiFi or AV system, the furniture you place it on is as equally important as all the other components. Each component & cable is susceptible to electrical & mechanical noise, degrading overall system performance. In theory total isolation is desirable, but in reality impossible.


    Quadraspire designs achieve optimum isolation through a combination of distinctive curves and chamfered edges minimising resonance and standing sound waves. Aluminium columns eliminate residual magnetism and the adjustable spiked feet allow efficient floor de-coupling. Real wood-veneered shelves ensure good self-damping properties.


    The new Q4 Bamboo hifi rack out-performs the Q4EVO wood veneer due to the solid bamboo's inherent superior dampening properties:

    - Intricate machining on the underside of the shelf to further reduce mass and resonance without losing any of its strength

    - Flexible modular solution to fit most systems

    - Solid non magnetic aluminium columns

    Quadraspire
    $279.00
    Quadraspire Q4 EVO Shelf - Bamboo
  • Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Maple) Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Maple) Quick View

    $219.00
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    Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Maple)

    Price is for individual shelf and includes either a foot and cap set, or a set of four columns


    Columns are 3/4 thick and are available in lengths of 5.5", 7", 8.5", 10", and 12.8"


    Columns are available in black or silver


    Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 to customize your order.


    Q4EVO is a major upgrade of our original Q4 rack that was originally launched in 1995. The Q4EVO is a practical modular solution combining shelves with aluminium columns and feet to enhance your sound system both sonically and visually. Its flexibility allows you to build the rack to your own specification to fit any number of components. The Q4EVO is the same as the original Q4 rack except for some intricate machining on the underside of the shelf which will give improved performance - "the cheapest rack here gives our kit a cohesive sound with a well-balanced treble, taut and expressive bass and a supple and emotive midrange" (What HiFi November 2009).


    To gain maximum performance from your HiFi or AV system, the furniture you place it on is as equally important as all the other components. Each component & cable is susceptible to electrical & mechanical noise, degrading overall system performance. In theory total isolation is desirable, but in reality impossible.


    Quadraspire designs achieve optimum isolation through a combination of distinctive curves and chamfered edges minimising resonance and standing sound waves. Aluminium columns eliminate residual magnetism and the adjustable spiked feet allow efficient floor de-coupling. Real wood-veneered shelves ensure good self-damping properties.

    Quadraspire
    $219.00
    Quadraspire Q4 EVO Shelf - Maple
  • Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Cherry) Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Cherry) Quick View

    $219.00
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    Quadraspire Q4 EVO (Cherry)

    Price is for individual shelf and includes either a foot and cap set, or a set of four columns


    Columns are 3/4 thick and are available in lengths of 5.5", 7", 8.5", 10", and 12.8"


    Columns are available in black or silver


    Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 to customize your order.


    Q4EVO is a major upgrade of our original Q4 rack that was originally launched in 1995. The Q4EVO is a practical modular solution combining shelves with aluminium columns and feet to enhance your sound system both sonically and visually. Its flexibility allows you to build the rack to your own specification to fit any number of components. The Q4EVO is the same as the original Q4 rack except for some intricate machining on the underside of the shelf which will give improved performance - "the cheapest rack here gives our kit a cohesive sound with a well-balanced treble, taut and expressive bass and a supple and emotive midrange" (What HiFi November 2009).


    To gain maximum performance from your HiFi or AV system, the furniture you place it on is as equally important as all the other components. Each component & cable is susceptible to electrical & mechanical noise, degrading overall system performance. In theory total isolation is desirable, but in reality impossible.


    Quadraspire designs achieve optimum isolation through a combination of distinctive curves and chamfered edges minimising resonance and standing sound waves. Aluminium columns eliminate residual magnetism and the adjustable spiked feet allow efficient floor de-coupling. Real wood-veneered shelves ensure good self-damping properties.

    Quadraspire
    $219.00
    Quadraspire Q4 EVO Shelf - Cherry
  • We Were Skeletons We Were Skeletons Quick View

    $17.99
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    We Were Skeletons

    We Were Skeletons' brand of screamy, chaotic hardcore should appeal to long-time fans of the genre. The album was recorded with Will Killingsworth (Orchid, Ampere) at Dead Air Studios and is the band's greatest accomplishment to date. Imagine City of Caterpillar, Kidcrash, Off Minor and Hot Cross, all rolled into one breathtaking statement.
    1.  Drawn From The Houses I've Burnt

    2.  Exposure To Heavy Metal Causes Whatever

    3.  Pudge Paws

    4.  It's Like Science

    5.  Kids

    6.  Her Stomach Is A Lioness

    7.  Bruce Willis Is Dead The Whole Time

    8.  This Destroys Us

    9.  Well, I  Did Spend A Year In College


     


     

    We Were Skeletons
    $17.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • The Lack Long After The Lack Long After Quick View

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    The Lack Long After

    The Lack Long After is the post-rock/screamo act, Pianos Become The Teeth's follow-up to their critically acclaimed full-length debut Old Pride. The 8-song set expands upon its predecessor with the band's most emotional and honest music to date.
    1. I'll Be Damned
    2. Shared Bodies
    3. Good Times
    4. Sunsetting
    5. Liquid Courage
    6. Spine
    7. Such Confidence
    8. I'll Get By
    Pianos Become The Teeth
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  • Orange Orange Quick View

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    Orange

    Produced by Brian McTernan and mixed/mastered by Paul Leavitt, Orange is the strongest and most catchy album to date from Diamond Youth. Combining the best parts of Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World, Orange is sure to be the album that jumps Diamond Youth into the spotlight.
    1. Cannonball
    2. Separator
    3. Come Down
    4. Orange
    5. Swinging From You
    6. Lola
    Diamond Youth
    $15.99
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  • Greener Pastures Greener Pastures Quick View

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    Greener Pastures

    This vinyl release of Octaves' first record Greener Pastures will feature all-new artwork by Amy Grein and layout by August Schwartz and remastered specifically for vinyl by Carl Saff at Saff Mastering. The Baltimore noise mongers have been compared to such bands as Dillinger Escape Plan and The Bled.
    1. Fix The Fernback
    2. Be Angry At The Sun For Setting
    3. I've Got Boxes Full of Pepe
    4. Anaconda Squeeze
    5. I Am He Who Is Called I Am
    6. I'm Just Going to the Corner for Some Cigarettes
    7. Shmohawk
    8. Absent Kids Count
    Octaves
    $16.99
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  • Lacuna Lacuna Quick View

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    Lacuna

    Lacuna is Caravels' first full-length but their fourth release, recorded at the renowned Palm Studios in Las Vegas. Hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada, Caravels unleash an incredibly dense - and yet thoroughly interesting - non-specific blend of brooding, modern hardcore, '90s screamo temperament and gloomy, lumbering post-rock elements.
    1. Lacuna
    2. Tangled
    3. Having Had & Lost Some Infinite Thing
    4. New Zealand
    5. Hundred Years
    6. Twin
    7. Hanging Off (listen now)
    8. Sleep Talk
    9. Ordinary Lives
    10. Dog Days
    Caravels
    $17.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Blame And Aging Blame And Aging Quick View

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    Blame And Aging

    With the musical prowess and aggression of bands like Fugazi and Shotmaker, We Were Skeletons' unique brand of technical, groovy, and emotional hardcore should appeal to long-time fans of the genre while still pushing its boundaries. Imagine Hot Snakes, Slint, Sleepytime Trio, mewithoutYou, and Off Minor all rolled into one breathtaking statement. Blame & Aging is the bands best collection of songs to date. Trust us, we've known them for a while.
    1. Ruined/Wasted
    2. Long Night
    3. King of Tricks
    4. The Buried Seat
    5. Blood Tongue
    6. Disease Artist
    7. End All Suffering
    8. Blame & Aging
    9. Appear, Disappear
    10. Slow Death
    11. Tremors
    12. Pain is Not the Cleanser
    13. Haunting the Ghost
    We Were Skeletons
    $16.99
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  • Dark Hearts Dark Hearts Quick View

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    Dark Hearts

    The astounding following up to Slingshot Dakotas' The Golden Ghost, Dark Hearts is packed with twelve tracks and over 40 minutes of music. The LP Jacket features a spot UV Varnish on the cover.


    The first pressing of this record is limited to 1,000 units and split 200 grey w/ white and black splatter, 300 translucent purple w/ black smoke, and 500 Clear. This item is for the single LP and a digital download of the album.

    1 Intro
    2 May Day
    3 Gossip
    4 Disaster
    5 Rasta Bacca
    6 Never Hear
    7 Starting Over
    8 Light
    9 Living/Dreaming
    10 Cassette
    11 Words
    12 Good Year
    Slingshot Dakota
    $18.99
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  • The Book About My Idle Plot On A Vague Anxiety (Awaiting Repress) The Book About My Idle Plot On A Vague Anxiety (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Book About My Idle Plot On A Vague Anxiety (Awaiting Repress)

    The Japanese group Toe when releasing their debut The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety must have come to conclusion to release something dynamic and free. While at heart their debut is a calming, melodic post-rock affair, it adds interesting stop and go rhythm sections within the bulk of some of the album, a clear math rock influence. What is telling about Toe's work on this album is their clear potential to become more. Their dynamic, yet limited buildups aren't the ones you hear from traditional, uproarious, and grandiose groups like Explosions In The Sky! or more traditionally Godspeed You! Black Emperor; instead their clean shaven take on guitar structure and fantastic drumming by Kashikura Takashi is what matters the most. Rarely, if ever are piano structures, obscure samples, or electronics of any kind are introduced within The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety, which frankly is impressive.


    The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety is at its core a strict representation of a minimalist post-rock affair. Its structures carry on by themselves without a huge ambient uplifting or pretentious, high-flying strings to back up any track. The album moves smoothly as it should, but Takashi's skill is exceptional, he carries this album with his smooth, diverse drumming. Amazingly it doesn't tire at all. Stylishly the band approaches an almost back-and-forth method between the rhythm portion of the album and its percussion - at times silencing out one to showcase the other, as seen in Past and Language. The album moves freely without hesitation or uncertainty, making the music so effective, but the parts not whole is really only needed as the structures don't need to be completely built up in an awe-inspiring 10-20 minute epic, but a melodic, serene, more or less peaceful 5 minutes of them almost jamming. Oddly enough this perception of them in a free-form basis of jamming is clearly not a reality because the rhythm structures and percussion fills are exceptional at their timings all over this debut.


    The biggest strength of this Toe's debut is their patience within these tracks. Unlike other short, quick outbursts such as Grails, Toe still find themselves building the song suitable to their strengths and comfort zone. When they decide to trek outside of these waters, they're very minimal, in an experimented quick duration as seen in Music For You and Hangyaku Suru Fuukei. When the group decides to ramp up a song, they do so immediately from the inner-workings of Takashi and by doing so carve out a quick, tasteful foundation to start off on, evidence by I Still Do Wrong. While their stripped-down approach that feels almost too pure for most post-rock listeners, they seem to take their strides from Do Make Say Think and their label associates Mouse On The Keys and Enemies. What The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety accomplishes is a rhythm section that is entirely tight and sustained, that at times should feel timid or stale, but the drumming is frankly superb, allowing the band to reach new heights.


    - Marko Polovina (Sputnik Music)

    1. Hangyaku Suru Fuukei
    2. Kodoku no Hatsumei
    3. Tremolo + Delay
    4. Mukougishi ga Miru Yume
    5. All I Understand Is that I Don't Understand
    6. C
    7. Past and Language
    8. Music for You
    9. I Do Still Wrong
    10. Metronome
    11. Everything Means Nothing
    toe
    $18.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • Songs, Ideas We Forgot EP Songs, Ideas We Forgot EP Quick View

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    Songs, Ideas We Forgot EP

    toe is a Japanese music group. While mentioned in many post-rock circles, their song structure and dynamics are similar to many popular math rock artists.


    toe is composed of Kashikura Takashi on drums, Mino Takaaki on guitar, Yamane Satoshi on bass guitar, and Yamazaki Hirokazu on guitar. Toe has formally played with this line-up since the band's inception in 2000.


    The vast majority of the music is instrumental and features the swift and acute drumming of Takashi. The band is also known for its melodic, clean guitar settings. Additionally, the compositions have repetition from typical rock motifs, but use very subtle changes in beat and rhythm to form a unique sound. The band has changed their sound over their musical tenure by incorporating acoustic guitars, rhodes piano, and vibraphones in their most recent releases.


    The band tours regularly in Japan, and can most notably be compared to acts such as Pele and The Album Leaf.


    Songs, Ideas We Forgot is the debut EP by toe, originally released in 2003.

    1. Leave Word
    2. I Dance Alone
    3. 1, 2, 3, 4
    4. Path
    5. Yoru wa Akeru
    toe
    $16.99
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  • For Long Tomorrow For Long Tomorrow Quick View

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    For Long Tomorrow

    For Long Tomorrow is the second full length album released by Japanese math rock band toe.


    Toe is one of the few post-rock bands out there that's easy to listen to. The band's sound is quite distinctive compared to their Western counterparts, preferring clean guitar settings and some choice effects in almost all of their songs. Unlike well-known post-rock bands like Sigur Rós and Explosions In the Sky, Toe's music can be described as light and melodic, with rare instances of distortion and vocals. The Japanese band is comprised of Kashikura Takashi on drums, Mino Takaaki and Yamazaki Hirokazu on guitars, and Yamane Satoshi on bass.


    So far, Toe has released two albums and a few EPs. Their first full-length album, The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety, was well received by both local and international fans. It can be described as dynamic and free, with Takashi's drums dominating the tracks. It was with this album that Toe established its distinct sound and song structure.


    For Long Tomorrow's overall sound is similar to their debut, but there is promise in this more experimental second outing. Toe shows that they've matured musically, as demonstrated by their extensive use of the Rhodes piano, acoustic guitars, and minor vocals in their songs. Although they have introduced new elements to their music, much of Toe's style remains intact, from their clean and melodic guitar riffs to their upbeat drum patterns.


    A noticeable change in this album is that Toe's drum beats have been toned down, blending into the band's overall sound. Despite this, Takashi's jazzy and upbeat drumming still has the same energy that was present in their previous album. The addition of samplers into solos or breaks provides texture to their songs. Takaaki and Hirokazu's guitar playing continuously moves from acoustic to electric, changing the feel of most of the songs.


    The first few songs in For Long Tomorrow showcase the band's usual upbeat instrumental tracks. The second track, "Vanishing Point and Whistle," has a sound reminiscent of Toe's debut. Many listeners consider the vocals from "Say it Ain't So" to be forced and awkward sounding, but it's part of the band's move to expand their musicality.


    "Two Moons" and "Goodbye" are two very captivating tracks. "Two Moons" has a mainly acoustic vibe, with a vibraphone part that makes it melodic and light. On "Goodbye," Japanese singer Toki Asako collaborates with Toe to create a pensive and moody song.


    Other songs on the album ride on Takashi's beats, which are sometimes reminiscent of Toe's original groove. Many of these songs are structured with a slow intro, followed by repetition, finishing with a climax. Noticeably upbeat tracks are "You Go," "Can't Hear Mosquitone Anymore #2," and "Long Tomorrow."


    Toe's second album may sound at times like an extension of their debut, but the level of experimentation in For Long Tomorrow provides the light, upbeat sound the band was looking for. If Toe continues to innovate and improve their music, they'll be crossing continents and gaining new fans soon.


    - Cadence Wu (Blog Critics)

    1. Everything Is Here, It Can Be Said That Nothing Is Here, Too.
    2. Vanishing Point And Whistle
    3. After Image
    4. Esoteric
    5. Say It Ain't So
    6. Two Moons
    7. Can't Hear Mosquitone Any More #1
    8. Can't Hear Mosquitone Any More #2
    9. Last Night (Album Version)
    10. Goodbye (Album Version)
    11. You Go
    12. Our Next Movement
    13. Long Tomorrow
    toe
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  • Keep Doing What You're Doing Keep Doing What You're Doing Quick View

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    Keep Doing What You're Doing

    You Blew It!'s second full length effort produced by Evan Weiss of Into It. Over it. finds the band's most mature effort while staying true to their roots.
    1. High Life
    2. Early Times
    3. Gin
    4. Evan Williams
    5. Absolut
    6. Crown Royal
    7. BBB
    8. Kahlua
    9. Yuengling
    10. PBR
    You Blew It!
    $18.99
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  • Keep It Safe Keep It Safe Quick View

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    Keep It Safe

    In late 2012, Wild Ones was on the verge of collapse. Guitarist Clayton Knapp had blown out an eardrum, the band's original drummer left the group and his replacement, Seve Sheldon, was in the hospital with a punctured lung, practicing songs on a drum pad with a tube sticking out of his chest. The band's members had funneled all of their money into a debut record, Keep It Safe, that had taken a year to write and nine months to record and mix. Fans and followers began to wonder if that record would ever see the light of day. It was make-or-break time.


    Wild Ones made.


    Instead of folding in the face of financial drama, injuries and personnel changes, Wild Ones took a deep breath and adjusted to its new surroundings. This band is used to adjusting. Since its formation in 2010, Wild Ones has insisted on operating as a DIY collective. The band recorded and mixed its debut as a group (with help from engineer David Pollock). Sometimes considering each members' opinion meant endless revisits and tweaks to the album's tracks. The process was time-consuming, but it was also worth it. "That was a reaction to the bands we had been in before," says lead vocalist Danielle Sullivan. "This band was born out of our desire to have a democratic, all-inclusive music-making process."


    Going it alone-even the artwork on Keep It Safe was created by Wild Ones keyboardist Thomas Himes-comes with its fair share of challenges. Most of Wild Ones' debut was recorded in a two-story East Portland warehouse rehearsal space, where the band was surrounded on all sides by rock acts like Quasi and the Thermals. Wild Ones would get to their practice space around 8 am to record, often grabbing quick takes between thunderous drum solos from down the hall. "Somewhere on the record, if you listen close enough, you can probably hear the metal band next door," Himes says.


    "When we went in that room in March, it was raining," says Knapp. "When we finished recording in October, it was raining."


    Keep It Safe, the album that finally emerged after well over a year of gestation, is bigger than the sum of its meticulously gathered parts. Even now, the band's sound continues to evolve. Wild Ones' members come from vastly disparate musical backgrounds-guitarist Nick Vicario was a Portland punk icon long before he turned 18; bassist Max Stein is a classical composer-and all of their experiences inform pop music that is influenced by everything from german techno to American R&B. These are sounds that don't usually come packaged together, but in the able hands of Wild Ones, they seem like a perfectly natural fit.

    1. Golden Twin
    2. Curse Over Me
    3. Rivals
    4. 18 Mile Island
    5. It's Real
    6. Row
    7. Nina
    8. From Nothing
    9. Lion Heart
    10. Paia
    11. Keep It Safe

    Wild Ones
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    When we first heard Special Explosion we were blown away and needless to say The Art of Mothering floored us. The Art of Mothering was recorded at Soundhouse Studios and mixed at Arundel Gardens by Steve Fisk and mastered by Ed Brooks at RFI Mastering.
    1. Avery
    2. Clotheslined
    3. Hide
    4. Kingdom
    5. If Only
    6. The Art of Mothering Pt. 1
    7. The Art of Mothering Pt. 2
    Special Explosion
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    Loom

    Produced by Jack Shirley, Loom is the bands debut full length and the follow up to their critically acclaimed release, Small Victories.
    1. Disquiet
    2. Loom
    3. Mutual Collision
    4. True Wealth
    5. Splinters
    6. Rosie
    7. Bright and New
    8. Affordance
    9. Familiar Haze
    10. Autonomy
    11. Agreeable Thoughts
    Frameworks
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