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  • Allison Lorenzen – Tender LP
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    Still reeling from the gut-punch of the distortion filled lead single “Vale” released earlier this year, many of us wondered what a full-length LP by the Denver based artist would […]

  • Poison Girls – Where’s The Pleasure
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    First released in September 1982 on their own Xntrix Records label, ‘Where’s The Pleasure’ was described by Johnny Waller in Sounds as “The last great punk record”. [...]

  • Poison Girls – Chapaquiddick Bridge
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    CHAPPAQUIDDICK BRIDGE, the bands first full length LP, was originally released on Crass Records in 1980 and featured the same lineup as HEX. And like Hex, it shared the producer/engineer […]

  • Poison Girls – Hex
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    Poison Girls were a force of nature. Spat out of the belly of the UK punk scene, Poison Girls paired up with a band down the street called Crass. The […]

  • Oily Boys – Cro Memory Grin
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    Chthonic, catatonic, chronic… Cro Memory Grin is a masterpiece. Thirteen turbocharged tracks indebted to the pleasures and pitfalls of their lives in the modern city of Sydney and to the [...]

  • John Carroll Kirby ‎– Conflict
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    The collection of instrumental piano-based pieces, Kirby says, is the outcome of “trying to accept the duality of the world, and through that find peace”. Though he recorded Conflict about […]

  • Matt Sweeney & Bonnie “Prince” Billy ‎– Superwolves
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    They look like we do, and may live somewhat the same. Yet, they are multiplied. Where once was Superwolf, now are Superwolves. What world, REALLY are Matt Sweeney and Bonnie […]

  • Joanna Newsom ‎– Divers
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    …further along and down the road apiece from where she took her leave of us, Joanna Newsom plays on. Breathe deep and equalize your today-ears to the new world of […]

  • Olivia Wyatt + Bitchin Bajas – Sailing A Sinking Sea
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    AV release!: you will swim under the sea past fishes and mermaids, sail boats across turquoise waters, hear the voices of Moken shamans and cascades of autoharp, synth, bells and flute lapping up [...]

  • Bitchin Bajas And Bonnie Prince Billy ‎– Epic Jammers And Fortunate Little Ditties
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    You will receive many unknowable hours of joy from this album of collaborative cosmic music.

  • Papa M ‎– “Highway Songs”
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    Classic Pajolian magma simmering to a crispy boil in a series of 21st century blues, broke folk, ur-metal and verite diary sketches made somewhere between the mental ward and the […]

  • Palace Brothers – Days In The Wake
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    Letter from a young city. Population: one. ==== “When I first heard Days In the Wake, my tenure as a member of the Revolting Cocks & Ministryhad recently ended, a […]

  • Ty Segall & White Fence ‎– Joy
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    Ty and White Fence again – and this time, one and one don’t make one. There is only one Ty Segall and White Fence; their mind-meld is complete, and all […]

  • Ty Segall & Freedom Band ‎– Deforming Lobes
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    It’s live Tyme once again. Analog signals from the Teragram Ballroom transmit the blunt-force traumpact of The Freedom Band in full bloom, upending numbers from the Segall discography and [...]

  • Ty Segall ‎– S/T
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    A clean flow; something real for a world that doesn’t know what it’s holding. Ty keeps us guessing while splashing our collective face with no shortage of astringent tunes of […]

  • Ty Segall ‎– $ingle$ 2
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    Ty singles us out again. Segall’s going steady too! For those who thought Manipulator was a little too clean — here’s your money shot

  • Smog ‎– The Doctor Came At Dawn
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    “all the bar tabs were destroyed in the fire. Once again I was a free man”

  • Smog ‎– Wild Love
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    What you remember: the upside-down crosses on your girlfriend’s jean jacket. Always drawn with magic marker. Always smeared in the wash.

  • Six Organs Of Admittance – Companion Rises
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    The new Six Organs of Admittance song title says it all: “Two Forms Moving.” Musically, a beatific bongo-driven acoustic form interlocks with a metallic guitar with intermittent synth radiation [...]

  • Six Organs Of Admittance ‎– Asleep On The Floodplain
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    Ten portable slabs of home recorded blur-and-ripple (and warble) from a (mostly) acoustic Six Organs. Ben just hangs around with the creatures of the earth and he likes the sounds […]

  • Sir Richard Bishop – Oneiric Formulary
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    The Sir Richard Bishop show is back in town, alive as ever with exotic action, plus a bit of everything but the kitchen sink. Oneiric Formulary is the sound of […]

  • Silver Jews ‎– Tanglewood Numbers
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    David Berman and Co. tear through 10 more numbers, loving you to the max the whole time. Jews fans rejoice, your master is back.

  • Royal Trux “Live” ‎– Platinum Tips + Ice Cream
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    Platinum Tips + Ice Cream is the first release from Royal Trux in 17 years, culled from two live sets recently recorded in New York and Los Angeles. It is […]

  • Royal Trux ‎– Hand Of Glory
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    Royal Trux’s 1990 four-song album Twin Infinitives holds an odd position in the canon of drug music. Neil “Michael” Hagerty and Jennifer Herrema have said that although the [...]

  • Royal Trux ‎– Pound For Pound
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    On Pound for Pound, Royal Trux’s second album within a year, the increasingly prolific group revisits the laid-back, scuzzy sound of albums like Thank You and Sweet Sixteen — albeit [...]

  • Royal Trux ‎– Veterans Of Disorder
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    With 1998’s excellent Accelerator, Royal Trux completed their rock history trilogy and returned to Drag City. On Veterans of Disorder — the title of which attests to the band’s [...]

  • Rangda – The Heretic’s Bargain
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    Lots of ground covered: abraded fury, free forms and serpentine Rang-dang-doodle songatechture mutated via some kind of lateral gene transfer of their musical DNA — a trip best taken WHOLE.

  • Pearls Before Swine – Balaklava
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    From 1968: the second album — and second masterpiece from Tom Rapp‘s merry band. A host of NYC session players augments the OG Pearls gang, progressing the sound into greater […]

  • Pearls Before Swine – One Nation Underground
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    Tom Rapp, an 18 year-old draft resistor and college dropout living in Eau Gallie, Florida, sent a small unsolicited reel of tape to ESP. Bernard Stollman invited him to bring […]

  • No Age ‎– Snares Like A Haircut
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    Rock and roll for the black hole – reimagined rippers, for the misfits that 2017 couldn’t kill to blast under the shadow of the big boot and beyond the glow […]

  • Jim Woehrle And Michael Yonkers – Borders Of My Mind
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    “The album that initially prompted Clint Simonson of Destijl records to track down Michael Yonkers and get this whole legend thing on wheels was 1973’s Borders of My Mind, recorded [...]

  • Michael Yonkers – Michael Lee Yonkers
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    An original sealed pressing of Michael Yonkers‘s Michael Lee Yonkers from 1974. Self-recorded in 1971 and ’72, Michael Lee Yonkers has often been referred to as Michael’s [...]

  • Mayo Thompson – Corky’s Debt To His Father
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    Originally reissued by Drag City in 1994. “Mayo Thompson’s until now ultra-rare solo album. The album was produced in Houston, Texas in 1970 by Thompson, Frank Davis and Roger [...]

  • Magik Markers – 2020
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    Here we are in 2020, exploding like a dream. Processing today’s numbed nation, considering mysteries of growing up and being older (like a memory of the future from your youth […]

  • Jim O’Rourke ‎– Simple Songs
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    There ARE no simple songs — only simple people. And since guns don’t kill people, “Simple Songs” will have to do. Super-sweet terrorism from our very own latter-day Spector!

  • Gary Higgins ‎– Seconds
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    “The music business is full of funny stories — and some of them aren’t that funny at all. Take Gary Higgins. In the early 70s, he made a great record, […]

  • Father Yod And The Spirit Of ’76 ‎– Kohoutek
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      “….the second coming of Kohoutek. This was the first spontaneous release that was made into a record, credited to Father Yod and The Spirit of ’76. It came out […]

  • Espers ‎– III
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  • Elisa Ambrogio – The Immoralist
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    A new solo voice in the wilderness, speak-singing for the down-by-the-reservoir set. Gurl-group pleas and the rhyming of noise with boys are just part of the blur-eyed fun. Take tea […]

  • Cate Le Bon ‎– Crab Day
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    “A coalition of inescapable feelings and fabricated nonsense, each propping the other up. Crab Day is an old holiday. Crab Day is a new holiday. Crab Day isn’t a holiday […]

  • Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy ‎– I See A Darkness
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    Are U ready for the country? Because its time to go! Featuring everyone’s favorite color. A classic.

  • Bonnie “Prince” Billy ‎– I Made A Place
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    GQ clothes-horse and man who saw a darkness Bonnie Prince Billy has his first album of new songs since 2011. This time, he brings the lightness, with help from a Louisville band including picker [...]

  • Bonnie “Prince” Billy ‎– Wolf Of The Cosmos
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    Bonny sings Susanna, to simply try and save the world. Sonata Dwarf Mix Cosmos is an old companion of his, and with the Chijimi house band + 1, they bring it all […]

  • Natural Information Society & Bitchin Bajas – Automaginary
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    The invisible force meets the ancient object — two ensembles for the price of one and a half! Synths, sintir, and much more. Sky music by deep earth people…

  • Bitchin Bajas – Bitchitronics
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    Bajas go fruity for for loops, and put the ‘tronic back in sonic. Film at eleven!

  • Bill MacKay & Ryley Walker – SpiderBeetleBee
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    Shared joy and acoustics in rambling conversation, as two friends travel the continents via high-road, short-cut and their own paths, yet untravelled. Picking in the tradition, Walker and MacKay [...]

  • Bill MacKay – Fountain Fire
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    In and out of focus in a hallucinogenic haze, Bill’s conversations with himself follow a travel-worn map copied over and over again. The picker journeys sonically from familiar to unknown [...]

  • Bill Callahan – Have Fun With God
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    Don’t be fooled by names. Dub is a ghost, a duppy. Here are Dream River versions, killed and resurrected, spilling tales of the other side of life in a language […]