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Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by lauraglu, Jan 23, 2015.
You are my savior
strong chance it will be announced tomorrow
Double Negative? Not yet. Have streamed it though. Deserves all the positive reviews they’ve received.
Oooh... Electric Fetus had an exclusive that I just got in on in time...
It will be announced tomorrow more like it
Beautiful. Missed that.
Daniel Norgren pre-order ($23.71) - http://www.superpumarecords.com/sto...RctTnUvcNakT_ezINboVvXkqxXr_IoYsFCsmW7RKlER8I
I think we will be getting this announcement for exclusive today
Yeah, I think so too. I'll wait for the VMP, but wanted to put this out there. Just looks like the general version.
I'm almost certain that "Leon de Bretagne" is Leon Brichard, as he is french and from Britanny, but living in London.
Anyways I already got shipping notice for this
New album by Filthy Friends in May. Supergroup featuring Corin Tucker of Sleater Kinney and Peter Buck of REM. Their first album was pretty good so I’m looking forward to this!
@Yer Ol' Uncle D @teee
PRE-ORDER: THE BUDOS BAND - V
The Daptone Shop Exclusive LP features a full scale mountain screen-printed straight onto a kraft paper-colored jacket with Red & Black mixed "Engine Oil" color vinyl. Pre-orders begin shipping the week of April 3rd.
Standard Black LP
Limited Color Vinyl LP
Limited Color Vinyl LP + Flask
Limited Color Vinyl LP + T-Shirt
Limited Color Vinyl LP + T-Shirt + Flask
Standard Black LP + Live EP on Etched Vinyl*
Limited Color Vinyl LP + Live EP on Etched Vinyl*
*The limited etched vinyl 12" features three live songs from The Budos Band's 2015 Halloween engagement at the Grey Eagle, in Asheville, NC. Originally released for Record Store Day/Black Friday 2016.
As menacing and unhinged as ever, the pride of Staten Island is back with their fifth full-length offering, V. Raw and absent of the modern technological trappings, the Budos pick up where they left off with 2014’s Burnt Offering, and finds the Budos expanding on the brooding, fuzz-fueled riffs, whilst harkening back to the Ethiopian inspired rhythms and percussive proclivity that put Budos Band on the map. “Old Engine Oil,” a rocker at heart, kicks things into gear and delivers a high-octane burst of Budos mayhem. “The Enchanter” serves up a classic dose of upbeat afro-soul, drenched in a venomous assault of wall-melting proportions that leads you to the “Spider Web,” a rumbling ode to the Cowbell Colossus whose punctuated horn stabs take you on an untamed ride to the dark side of the spoon. The side closes with “Peak of Eternal Night,” whose odd time signature and haunting horns transport the listener to the peak of a menacing otherworldly landscape that’s further explored in the final track “Ghost Talk” – a guitar driven groover that gives way to an organ-washed space ritual beneath sun-summoning trumpet blasts.
Side Two opens with “Arcane Rambler,” an interstellar ramble across space and time that leaves the listener in cosmic purgatory. “Maelstrom,” released as a single shortly after the release of “Burnt Offering,” boasts waves of furious sonic power that batter the listener via a maw of snarling sea-foam bubbling with the power of the Budos. Soon darkness falls as “The Veil of Shadows” is draped across the land – in this realm of twilight one quickly loses their way, only to find themselves at a dusk-to-dawn pyre of budonian proportions. “Rumble from the Void” then pulls you into a percussive black hole of formless beat-worship. There are no horns to help you here, just the tentacles of rhythm that tirelessly pull you back into the void. “Valley of the Damned” closes the record, it’s twisting groove coupled with hypnotic drones of synth and horns transports you to a place of little hope and even less reason.
Was just coming to post this! (I stopped along the way to cheat on my diet)
New Tim Hecker
$19 (including shipping)
New Weyes Blood
this is a no-brainer instant pre-order
(my wallet has been taking a hit in the past week and a half, can we slow down a bit)
Yes, maybe tomorrow in fact
You might want to wait till later today/tomorrow before slamming that pre-order link.