Mar
20
2015

3.17.15 New Releases

by admin at 4:47 pm

Hello,

On the 17th of March we reveal new music from Inventions, Nic Hessler, Stone Jack Jones, Lilacs & Champagne, Rabit, Sur Une Plage, and reissues from Notations and Connie Converse. Check out some of the great reviews and tracks from these releases below.

Stone Jack Jones Love & Torture Pop Matters Review

Inventions Maze of Woods Pitchfork Review

Nic Hessler Soft Connections DIY Mag Review

Lilacs & Champagne Midnight Features: Vol. 2 Made Flesh Pop Matters Review

Rabit Baptizm Tiny Mix Tapes Review

Mar
6
2015

3.3.15 New Releases

by admin at 9:25 pm

Hi all,

Welcome. Woah. We have some amazing music of all varieties on this release date of March 3rd, 2015. First and foremost we see the return of Moon Duo (And their always amazing album art) on Shadow of the Sun. Awesome Tapes From Africa reissue the album that started it all, Ata Kak Obaa Sima, which has been received amazingly. The Numero Group bring us Ultra High Frequencies: The Chicago Party, a flashback to the infamous TV Show. Au.Ra bring us other worldly guitar pop on Jane’s Lament. Beats in Space present Palmbomen II‘s X-Files inspired 2xLP. The Stones and No Age both see reissues on this date. The rising artist, Lotic, has his Tri Angle Debut with Hetereocetera. Also in the electronic field we see Null‘s Almost. Bayonet Records makes their physical debut with THREE cassettes for your listening pleasure. Last but not least is another LP from Yonatan Gat. Check out some of the highlights from this release date below.

Moon Duo Shadow of the Sun Quietus Review

Ata Kak Obaa Sima Resident Advisor Reissue Announce

Ultra-High Frequencies: The Chicago Party Pitchfork Review

Au.Ra Jane’s Lament Stereogum Track(s) Premiere

Palmbomen II Palmbomen II Dummy Announce

The Stones Three Blind Mice Exclaim Review

Lotic Pitchfork Rising Feature

Null XLR8R Track Premiere

Fluoride Pitchfork Track Premiere

Mar
6
2015

2.17.15 New Releases

by admin at 8:39 pm

For the February 17th 2015 release date we hear a live side of Phosphorescent, the face melting guitars of A Place To Bury Strangers, The highly anticipated Mourn debut, the return of Eric Chenaux, A fantastic new Grooms record and more! Familiarize yourself with some of these releases below.

Mourn Mourn Pitchfork Review

Grooms Comb The Feelings Through Your Hair Pitchfork Review

Eric Chenaux Skull Splitter Exclaim Review