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Torn Light Records
356 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220
513-873-6995

Monday - Saturday
11:00AM - 8:00PM

Sunday
11:00AM - 5:00PM

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  • Porridge Radio – Waterslide, Diving Board, Ladder To The Sky
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    When Porridge Radio’s Dana Margolin, one of the most vital new voices in rock, began to consider the themes of their new album, three vivid words emerged: joy, fear and […]

  • Sharon Van Etten – Tramp
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    The shimmering sound of Sharon Van Etten’s Jagjaguwar debut album, ‘Tramp’, both defies and illuminates the unsteadiness of a life in flux. Throughout the 14 months of scattered [...]

  • Faye Webster – I Know I’m Funny haha
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    I Know I’m Funny haha is Webster’s most realized manifestation yet of this emotional and musical alchemy. Continuing to bloom from her 2019 breakthrough and Secretly Canadian debut [...]

  • Alex Cameron – Miami Memory
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    Alex Cameron’s newest and most musically expansive LP, the glistening Miami Memory, takes a surprising turn. Cameron’s flair for narrative and character are still on full display; yet Miami [...]

  • Stella Donnelly – Beware Of Dogs
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    Stella Donnelly is a proud, self-proclaimed shit-stirrer. On lead single “Old Man,” the biting opener of her electrifying debut album, Beware of the Dogs, she targets the song’s [...]

  • Hatchie – Giving The World Away
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    Giving the World Away tells a story of confidence found, as Hatchie unifies themes of trust, ambition, love and self-realization by embracing vulnerability as a strength. “It’s the concept of [...]

  • Songs: Ohia – Magnolia Electric Co
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    What our staff has to say: “A monolith of a record, Sad, sad songs that cut deep. You feel every ounce of emotion put into it. Fav Track – The […]

  • Alex Cameron – Jumping The Shark
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    My name is Alex Cameron and I won’t waste your time. When you’re talking about me and my business partner, Roy Molloy, you’re talking about the online cowboys in the […]

  • Alex Cameron – Oxy Music (Teal Clear Vinyl)
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    Alex Cameron has always been a great storyteller, finding his ways into the depths of the places where not many others are looking, and Oxy Music continues on that trajectory. […]

  • Alex Cameron – Oxy Music
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    Alex Cameron has always been a great storyteller, finding his ways into the depths of the places where not many others are looking, and Oxy Music continues on that trajectory. […]

  • Songs: Ohia – Ghost Tropic
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    The sound movement on GHOST TROPIC will seem sudden to some; without warning. To others, it’ll seem a very logical step in a very foreign direction. On its fifth proper […]

  • Yoko Ono – Fly
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    What you hear on Fly is Yoko Ono’s disarming combination of opacity and visceral, personal transparency in full bloom. It’s one of the most unbridled, most captivating soul albums [...]

  • Bobb Trimble – Iron Curtain Innocence
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    “A delicate, unsettling dip into a boiling pool of subconscious imagery and otherworldly pixie vocalism. The best tracks cause ripples in the space/time continuum. Bobb Trimble’s first album [...]

  • Songs: Ohia – Didn’t It Rain (deluxe reissue)
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    Didn’t It Rain is Jason Molina’s first perfect record. Recorded live in a single room, with no overdubs and musicians creating their parts on the fly, the overall approach to […]

  • Angel Olsen – Whole New Mess
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    “An intimate and vulnerable emotional portrait that shows her grappling with a period of personal tumult, ‘Whole New Mess’ presents Angel Olsen working through her open wounds [...]

  • Jason Molina – Eight Gates LP
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    “Sometime in 2006 or 2007, Jason Molina moved from the midwest to London. Separated from his bandmates and friends and never one for idleness, Molina explored his new home with […]