Beach House Depression Cherry on Colored LP + Download
"Beach House is Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally. We have been a band for over a decade living and working in Baltimore, MD. Depression Cherry is our 5th full-length record and was recorded at Studio in the Country in Bogalusa, Louisiana from November ’14 through January ’15. This time period crossed the anniversaries of both John Lennon’s and Roy Orbison’s death.
"In general, this record shows a return to simplicity, with songs structured around a melody and a few instruments, with live drums playing a far lesser role. With the growing success of Teen Dream and Bloom, the larger stages and bigger rooms naturally drove us towards a louder, more aggressive place; a place farther from our natural tendencies. Here, we continue to let ourselves evolve while fully ignoring the commercial context in which we exist." -Beach House
Astounding Harmonic Roots Pop Debut Topped Myriad 2008 Best-of Lists!
Seattle's five-piece Fleet Foxes traffic in baroque harmonic pop on this, their self-titled full-length debut. They draw influences from the traditions of folk, pop, choral, gospel, sacred harp singing, West Coast music, traditional music from Ireland to Japan, film scores, and their peers from the Northwest. The subject matter ranges from the natural world and familial bonds to bygone loves and stone cold graves. Fleet Foxes is a supremely crafted and confident affair produced by the famous Phil Ek (Modest Mouse, The Shins).
A1 Sun It Rises A2 White Winter Hymnal A3 Ragged Wood A4 Tiger Mountain Peasant Song A5 Quiet Houses A6 He Doesn't Know Why
B1 Heard Them Stirring B2 Your Protector B3 Meadowlarks B4 Blue Ridge Mountains B5 Oliver James
Sun Giant EP C1 Sun Giant C2 Drops In The River C3 English House
Limited metallic gold vinyl LP pressing. 2022 release. Nowadays, voice memos, videos, and pictures chronicle our lives in real-time. We trace where we've been and reveal where we're going. However, Suki Waterhouse catalogs the most intimate, formative, and significant moments of her life through songs. You might recognize her name or her work as singer, songwriter, actress but you'll really get to know the multi-faceted artist through her music. Memories of unrequited love, fits of longing, instances of anxiety, and unfiltered snapshots interlock like puzzle pieces into a mosaic of well-worn country, '90s-style alternative, and unassuming pop. She writes the kind of tunes meant to be grafted onto dusty old vinyl from your favorite vintage record store, yet perfect for a sun-soaked festival stage. Her first album for Sub Pop, I Can't Let Go, is a testament to her powers as a singer and songwriter.
Bob's Burgers fans rejoice - The Bob's Burgers Music Album Vol. 2 Soundtrack is here on triple vinyl LP courtesy of Sub Pop Records. Featuring nearly every single musical morsel from seasons 7 through 9, this 90-song smorgasbord includes contributions from the Belcher family - Bob (H. Jon Benjamin), Linda (John Roberts), Tina (Dan Mintz), Gene (Eugene Mirman) and Louise (Kristen Schaal) - as well as the show's numerous recurring and special guests. This includes actors, comedians, and musicians Adam Driver, Tiffany Haddish, Jenny Slate, Daveed Diggs, Max Greenfield, Toddrick Hall, Aparna Nancherla, and Matt Berninger (of the National). For fans of the show, enjoying the music of Bob's Burgers on its own is both an irresistible to-go bag and ultimately a world unto itself. Lose yourself in the strangely epic disco celebration "Hot Pants Rain Dance," sing along with the musical theater gem, "The Wedding Is My Warzone," or do whatever you're gonna do to "Sexy Little Tiger" but don't miss theBob's Burgers Music Album Vol. 2 Soundtrack. Your order is up!
1. Not the Forgiving Type 2. That Fortress Is the Worstest (Bakaneko) 3. That Fortress Is the Worstest (Akkoro Kamui) 4. That Fortress Is the Worstest (Mizuchi and Dodomeki) 5. Nobody's Getting in 6. The Forgiving Type 7. Flu-Ouise 8. Beyond the Sea 9. Witchy Witchy 10. Here Comes the Meat Plane 11. The Briefest of Glances 12. You've Got the Guts 13. You Can't Spell Christmas Without Us 14. Watching You from a Distant Place 15. Sky Kiss (Intro) 16. Sky Kiss 17. Cat Trainin' 18. Chunky Blast Offs 19. Dad-Chelor Party 20. Tuscaloosa Twister 21. Meat Man 22. Street Life 23. Winthorpe Manor 24. Attention Humans of America 25. General Inzanity Intro 26. Let My People Rock (Part 1) 27. Fortress of Inzanity 28. Let My People Rock (Part 2) 29. Roll a Rock to Rock and Roll 30. Don't Rock in, Rock Out 31. (I've Had) the Time of My Life 32. Mombo 33. I Sure Would Like a Mom 34. Hot Pants Rain Dance 35. I Want to Take You Higher 36. Sexy Little Tiger 37. Playdates 38. Who's a Fun Mom on Halloween 39. Bad at Being a Nun 40. Give It to Teddy 41. Christmas of My Dreams 42. Teddy's Bleaken Story 43. The Bleaken 44. Art Song 45. O Christmas Tree 46. The Bleaken Reprise 47. Do You Hear What I Hear? 48. Twinkly Lights 49. Girl Power Jam 50. Ga Ga 51. Makin' It By Hand 52. Bfot on the Kiss Spot 53. See Something Sing Something 54. Sleepovers 55. Best Couple Friends 56. Weasel Weasel 57. Happy Birthday We Forgot 58. Sugar Cookies 59. Bat Out of Hell 60. Mommies Are the Best 61. Burobu 62. This Wedding Is My Warzone 63. Napkining 64. Gumboy 65. Friend Zone 66. Hate the Way I Love You 67. No Pants in Space 68. The Right Number of Boys 69. Wheelie Mammoth 70. Quarter Assin 71. Business Monster 72. Trick or Treat, Sticky Sweets 73. None of Your Business 74. Let's Swap Eyes So We Can Empathize 75. Radar Love 76. Saving the Bird 77. Alone 78. Rollin with Me 79. Doot Doo I Love You 80. Snowballs and Sledding 81. Hey Ange 82. Bruce the Goose 83. Pesto in My Pants 84. Nothing Makes Me Happy 85. Nothing Makes Me Happier 86. How Many Sandwiches Can You Name? 87. Bioluminescence 88. Puppet Battle 89. Regular Fries (Cruel to Be Kind) 90. Cake
The Winding Sheetis Lanegan's first solo work and showcases his adept skills as a lyricist and his deep, soulful voice. Highlights include "Mockingbirds," "Ugly Sunday" and the haunting "Wild Flowers." The late Kurt Cobain lends vocals to "Down in the Dark," and for the folk classic "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" Cobain contributes guitar and vocals and Krist Novoselic plays bass. Nirvana would later also cover "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" on their Unplugged album. The album was produced by Jack Endino, Lanegan, and Johnson. With extra tracks “I Love You Little Girl.”
Pure Comedy,Father John Misty'sthird album, is a complex, often-sardonic, and, equally often, touching meditation on the confounding folly of modern humanity.Father John Mistyis the brainchild of singer-songwriterJosh Tillman. Tillman has released two widely acclaimed albums –Fear Fun(2012) andI Love You, Honeybear(2015) – and the recent "Real Love Baby" single asFather John Misty, and recently contributed to songs by Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Kid Cudi. You could say a lot about Pure Comedy – including that it is a bold, important album in the tradition of American songwriting greats like Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman, and Leonard Cohen – but it's best to let its creator describe it himself.
Tillman explains: "Pure Comedyis the story of a species born with a half-formed brain. The species' only hope for survival, ﬁnding itself on a cruel, unpredictable rock surrounded by other species who seem far more adept at this whole thing (and to whom they are delicious), is the reliance on other, slightly older, half-formed brains. This reliance takes on a few different names as their story unfolds, like "love," "culture," "family," etc. Over time, and as their brains prove to be remarkably good at inventing meaning where there is none, the species becomes the purveyor of increasingly bizarre and sophisticated ironies. These ironies are designed to help cope with the species' loathsome vulnerability and to try and reconcile how disproportionate their imagination is to the monotony of their existence. Something like that."
Pure Comedywas recorded in 2016 at the legendary United Studios (Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Beck) in Hollywood, CA. It was produced byFather John MistyandJonathan Wilson, with engineering by Misty's longtime sound-personTrevor Spencerand orchestral arrangements by renowned composer/double-bassistGavin Bryars(known for extensive solo work, and work with Brian Eno, Tom Waits, Derek Bailey).
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Things It Would Have Been Helpful to Know Before the Revolution
Ballad of the Dying Man
A Bigger Paper Bag
When the God of Love Returns There'll Be Hell to Pay
"I Love You, Honeybear was recorded intermittently from 2013 to 2014 in Echo Park, Los Angeles and produced with Jonathan Wilson, whom I also recorded and produced 2012’s Fairly Fun with. There’s a case to be made that it sounds and acts a bit like solo-era John Lennon, Scott Walker, Randy Newman, Harry Nilsson, and Dory Previn, while taking more than a few cues from Woody Allen, Kurt Vonnegut, Alejandro Jodorowsky and Muhammad Ali.
"It has a decidedly more soulful presence than Fear Fun, due in no small part to the fact that I am truly singing my ass off all over this motherfucker. The album is really characterized by the scope and ambition of the arrangements. Nearly every tune is augmented by something special, be it orchestral strings, a mariachi band, questionable electronic drum solos, ragtime jazz combos, soul singers, or what have you. I’m pretty sure there’s a sitar in there somewhere.
"My ambition, aside from making an indulgent, soulful, and epic sound worthy of the subject matter, was to address the sensuality of fear, the terrifying force of love, the unutterable pleasures of true intimacy, and the destruction of emotional and intellectual prisons in my own voice. This material demanded a new way of being made, and it took a lot of time before the process revealed itself.
"The massive, deranged shmaltz I heard in my head, and knew had to be the sound of this record, originated a few years ago while Emma and I were hallucinating in Joshua Tree; the same week I wrote the title track. I chased that sound for the entire year and half we were recording. The means by which it was achieved bore a striking resemblance to the travails, abandon and transformation of loving someone. There: I said it." - Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty
I Love You, Honeybearwasproduced byJosh Tillman and Jonathan Wilson,mixed by Phil Ek, andmastered by Greg Calbi. Thisstandard black vinyl editioncomes housed in gatefold jacket and includes a fold out poster, listening instructions and an accompanying MP3 download coupon.
Father John MistyI Love You HoneybearTrack Listing:
1. I Love You, Honeybear
2. Chateau Lobby #4 (in C for Two Virgins)
3. True Affection
4. The Night Josh Tillman Came to Our Apt.
5. When You’re Smiling and Astride Me
6. Nothing Good Ever Happens at the Goddamn Thirsty Crow
Father John Misty is the nom-de-plume of Josh Tillman, who has been releasing solo albums since 2003 and who recently left Seattle's Fleet Foxes after playing drums from 2008-2011. FEAR FUN is Father John Misty's Sub Pop debut and was produced by Phil Ek.
Coincides with Sub Pop's New Sleater-Kinney Box Set & Individual Reissues of the Band's 7 Full-Lengths
Remastered from the Original Analog Tapes by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound
The wildly acclaimed and influential bandSleater-Kinney- formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994 - consisted of a core line-up ofCorin Tucker(vocals and guitar),Carrie Brownstein(guitar and vocals) andJanet Weiss(drums). Over the course of a breakneck seven albums in ten years,Sleater-Kinneytook rock music in a new direction combining raw punk energy and an unabashedly political stance. Time magazine's Greil Marcus calledSleater-Kinney"America’s best rock band" while Rob Sheffield went a step further hailing them as "America's best punk band ever" in Rolling Stone.
1997 masterworkDig Me OutisSleater-Kinney'sthird album and first for Kill Rock Stars. Hailed by tastemaker's across the board as one of the best records of the '90s,Dig Me Outmarked the group's first with definitive drummer Janet Weiss who proves to be the perfect foil here for the intertwining vocals and guitars of Tucker and Brownstein. Aggressive, infectious and assured,Sleater-Kinneywason a serious roll and when the smoke cleared they were the new superstars of the underground.
The album has been freshlyremastered by Greg Calbi for this release. This reissue coincides with Sub Pop’s October 2014 release of remastered versions of Sleater-Kinney’s six other full-length albums, as well as a limited-edition, deluxe vinyl box set featuring all seven albums.
Greg Calbi: "For such ferocious music, it was actually a very delicate process. I found, in dealing with one of the earlier albums, that my signal path and compression, including my Burl B2 convertor, gave me a more resonant, deeper sound on the guitars than the originals. Because the band rarely, if ever, used bass, I felt that this added to the aggressiveness and power of the band overall. I believe this treatment added a subtle, yet important, dimension to the band, and I explored each of the other albums with the same intention. Above all, their music, from inception, stands the test of time for the cleverness and emotional impact they brought to their genre."
J Mascis Several Shades Of Why on LP + MP3 from Sub Pop
Dinosaur Jr. Leader's First Solo Acoustic Album
Gorgeous Arrangements, Delicate Emotions, and Brilliant Melodies Pepper Guitar Hero's Batch of Original Tunes
In the quarter century since he founded Dinosaur Jr., J Mascis has created some of the era’s signature songs, albums and styles. The laconically-based roar of his guitar, drums and vocals have driven a long string of bands such as Deep Wound, Dinosaur Jr., Gobblehoof, Velvet Monkeys, the Fog, Witch, and Sweet Apple. He has also guested on innumerable sessions. But Several Shades of Why, recorded at Amherst, Massachusetts’ Bisquiteen Studios, is J’s first solo studio record, and it is an album of incredible beauty, performed with a delicacy not always associated with his work.
Nearly all acoustic, Several Shades of Why was created with the help of a few friends. Notable amongst them are Kurt Vile, Sophie Trudeau (A Silver Mount Zion), Kurt Fedora (long-time collusionist), Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene), Ben Bridwell (Band of Horses), Pall Jenkins (Black Heart Procession), Matt Valentine (The Golden Road), and Suzanne Thorpe (Wounded Knees).
Together in small mutable groupings, they conjure up classic sounds ranging from English-tinged folk to drifty, West Coast-style singer/songwriters. But every track, every note even, bears that distinct Mascis watermark, both in the shape of the tunes and the glorious rasp of the vocals. Ten brilliant tunes that quietly grow and expand until they fill your brain with the purest pleasure.
"Mascis’ first solo acoustic album and Sub Pop debut, the ten-song set further exposes the beautiful tunefulness and pained emotionalism at the root of his craft. Many of Mascis’ best songs over the past 20 years capture the lifetime-lasting wounds related to longing, wondering, and searching. Such emotional themes recur on Several Shades of Why, which finds the singer/guitarist striving for degrees of destination, closure, companionship, and certainty without ever arriving at any agreed-upon understandings or firm conclusions." --Bob Gendron, TONE Audio, Issue 35, February 2011
J Mascis Several Shades Of Why Track Listing:
1. Listen To Me 2. Several Shades Of Why 3. Not Enough 4. Very Nervous and Love 5. Is It Done 6. Make It Right 7. Where Are You 8. Too Deep 9. Can I 10. What Happened