…..news letter #807 – overstocked…..

Looks like the fall new release schedule starts now! And it seems that even with the whole summer to get their ducks in a row, the two biggest releases this week, and two of the biggest of the year, are a bit of a mess… maybe, hopefully not. Anyway, there’s a whack of major new releases out in the next few weeks. Hope you’ve been saving your pennies. Lord knows, I haven’t. To make room for all these new releases we’ve got some nicely discounted stuff from our overstock out on the floor. Great titles at a great price including things that just came out in the last few months. So be sure to have a dig through the sale stuff when you come grab the new biggies.

…..pick of the week…..ohsees

Oh Sees: Orc (Castle Face) LP
In tomorrow… The newly shorn Oh Sees waste no time in racing headlong into nightmarish battle with the mighty Orc, and wouldn’t you know it, they’ve clawed even farther up the ghastly peak 2016’s A Weird Exits stormed so satisfyingly. The band is in tour-greased, anvil on a balance beam, gut-pleasingly heavy form, nimbly braining with equal dashes of abandon and menace on this fresh batch of bruisers and brooders, hypnotically stirred into to the cauldron of chaos you’ve come to expect from the Oh Sees. Fresh blood Paul Quattrone joins Dan Rincon to form a phalanx of interlocking double drums, alternately propelling and fleet footing shifting ground to pinion John Dwyer’s cliff-face guitars to the boogie. Tim Hellman keeps it swinging like a battle-axe to the eyebrows. The tunes veer towards the violence of their live shows, with a few tasty swerves into other lanes…heavy to lush, groovy to stately… throughout it remains sinister in its swaggering skulk, manic in its fuzz-fried fugues…they hit all the sweet spots the heads foggily remember, and there’s plenty to sweat over if you just hopped into the sauna. More evil…more complex… more narcotic…more screech…more blare…more whisper…there’s even more Brigid. Less “Thee,” but more of everything else. Vinyl includes digital download.

File Under: Rock, Garage, Psych
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…..new arrivals…..

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Alex Chilton: A Man Called Destruction (Omnivore) LP
As lead singer of The Box Tops and co-founder of Big Star, Alex Chilton already had a place in rock history. But he was never one to rest on his laurels. An enormous music fan himself, he consistently reinvented his own sound throughout his career, until his death in 2010. Chilton returned to Memphis’ legendary Ardent Studios and a reconstituted Ardent label to record A Man Called Destruction, a classic mix of originals and covers, this time with a full-horn section. Featuring an eclectic mixture of garage rock, jazz and R&B, the 1995 release was well received by fans and critics alike. The Orlando Sentinel observed: “Plenty of bands attempt, however feebly, to reproduce Big Star’s melancholic power-pop. But nobody else would dare try to approximate the brilliant, offhand weirdness and subtle irony of Chilton’s later solo work. Teenage Fan Club might be able to imitate Big Star’s guitar sound on ‘September Gurls,’ but they couldn’t transmogrify ‘Volare’ the way Chilton did on 1987’s High Priest. Destruction is very much in the tradition of High Priest – a peculiar mélange of deliriously cheesy pop.” Destruction is being reissued via Omnivore Recordings complete with seven previously unissued tracks from the original sessions and new liner notes from journalist and author Bob Mehr (Trouble Boys: The True Story Of The Replacements). To make this reintroduction even more special, the title is making its vinyl debut. The first pressing will be on colored double album, which includes all of the bonus tracks, a download card, and Mehr’s essay in the gatefold sleeve. With the renewed interest and appreciation for his work in Big Star, it is the perfect time for Chilton’s solo work to get the same due. It is time for a reintroduction of A Man Called Destruction.

File Under: Rock, Big Star
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Foster The People: Sacred Heart Club (Columbia) LP
Los Angeles, CA dance-pop outfit Foster The People incorporate ’60s-inspired sounds and a psychedelic influence on their third studio effort Sacred Hearts Club which is issued on Columbia Records. “One of my favorite things about music is that it’s unifying,” says frontman Mark Foster. “We wrote these songs to reflect joy in a time where people have needed it more than ever and we thought it was a good time to share them with you.” The follow-up to 2014’s vibrant Supermodel comes preceded by the trio of upbeat singles “Doing it For the Money,” “Pay the Man” and “SHC.”

File Under: Rock, Pop
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Gravetemple: Impassable Fears (Svart) LP
Imploding, abstracting and distorting the concepts of ceremony, volume and density since 2006, surrealist, esoteric and experimental rock band Gravetemple (Oren Ambarchi, Stephen O’Malley and Attila Csihar) return with the new Svart Records album, Impassable Fears. Recorded at Orgone with Jamie Gomez, the spiritual, existential and metaphysical are key concerns for Gravetemple to explore sonically and Impassable Fears is a recording of such manifestations. “In essence, Impassable Fears encompasses the cataclysmic qualities of free form music, by adding the heavy drone and doom characteristics, resulting in an ultimate dystopian setting. Harsh and relentless, not for the faint of heart, Ambarchi and O’Malley present their sonic dialogs in awe-inspiring fashion, organically moving through a space of endless possibilities. In the center of it all is Csihar’s vocals, which add to the otherworldly scenery.” – CVLT Nation

File Under: Metal, Drone, Doom
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Grizzly Bear: Painted Ruin (RCA) LP
Grizzly Bear release Painted Ruins, their highly anticipated fifth full-length album and first for RCA Records. The band – Chris Bear, Ed Droste, Daniel Rossen and Chris Taylor – spent the better part of two years writing and recording the 11 new compositions on Painted Ruins. Taylor produced the album and it was mixed by Grammy Award-winning engineer Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, The War on Drugs, Weezer). Sessions took place at Allaire Studios in upstate New York and various locations around Los Angeles, including Taylor’s own Terrible Studios. Rolling Stone called the record’s lead single “Three Rings” “spellbinding” while Spin exclaimed that the band “strike gold” with straightforward second single “Mourning Sound.” Painted Ruins follows the group’s critical and commercial 2012 breakthrough Shields, which debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200. 180g 2LP-set with download insert.

File Under: Indie Rock
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Haim: Something to Tell You (Columbia) LP
When the time came to record the eleven tracks that make up Haim’s highly anticipated sophomore album Something To Tell You the surging sibling trio decided to “go in and record as a band, keeping it a little more organic. That was kind of a mission statement for the album” offers Danielle. Haim reunited with Grammy-winning Ariel Rechtshaid to produce Something To Tell You which is ushered in by the anthemic lead single “Right Now” and an accompanying Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video. Haim initially built their reputation upon a hard-edged, guitar-driven live sound, yet their 2014 debut, Days Are Gone, was a more measured, melodic affair, with the songs’ already beguiling hooks given a modern, R&B-flavored pop sheen by co-producers Ariel Rechtshaid (Madonna, No Doubt) and former Arctic Monkeys’ deskman James Ford. The critically acclaimed release went straight to No. 1 and was listed as album of the year by several publications including Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Time Out and Complex.

File Under: Rock, Pop
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Immortal: Blizzard Beasts (Osmose) LP
Immortal, from the Norwegian town Bergen, have established themselves as one of the most important black metal bands in the world. Formed by Demonaz (guitars) and Abbath (bass & vocals) in 1990 the group has gone on to issue eight trailblazing full-length slabs in their 25 plus year career. Immortal’s fourth album, 1997’s Blizzard Beasts, is receiving its first-ever domestic vinyl release courtesy of Osmose Productions. Produced and mixed by Henrikke Helland, the Morbid Angel-influenced affair was the band’s last to feature Demonaz on guitar and first with Horgh on drums. Crushing, impious, and battering, it’s a must have for brutal Norwegian black metal fans.

File Under: Black Metal
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Immortal: Damned in Black (Osmose) LP
Immortal, from the Norwegian town Bergen, have established themselves as one of the most important black metal bands in the world. Formed by Demonaz (guitars) and Abbath (bass & vocals) in 1990 the group has gone on to issue eight trailblazing full-length slabs in their 25 plus year career. Immortal’s fiery sixth album, 2000’s Damned In Black, is receiving its first-ever domestic vinyl release courtesy of Osmose Productions. Released in between the two Immortal masterpieces At the Heart of Winter and Sons of Northern Darkness, the Peter Tägtgren-produced affair is equally as powerful and is often referred to as the band’s thrash album. You can’t go wrong with standouts like “Triumph,” “My Dimension,” and “In Our Mystic Visions Blest.”

File Under: Black Metal
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Iron & Wine: Beast Epic (Sub Pop) LP/DLX LP
Beast Epic, Iron & Wine’s fourth album of new material for Sub Pop and sixth overall, recasts soft power as a series of vignettes, observations and regular old songs that redeem through joy and a certain expectation of grace. Even the instant classic, “Bitter Truth,” with a lyric as pained and direct as any you’ve heard from Iron & Wine, is leavened with background vocals recalling The Jordanaires. Sam Beam goes so far as to call Beast Epic his “most personal” album to date. It’s the first Iron & Wine album that he’s produced since 2002’s The Creek Drank The Cradle, though the results are vastly different. This album brims with surprise flourishes, classic touches and an appealing confidence that is evident on songs like “Call It Dreaming.” After a decade and a half of prodigious expression and exploration, recording as both Iron & Wine and eponymously, Sam Beam confessed that he has finally figured out how to make records. “The sound of Beast Epic harks back to previous work, in a way…” Beam notes. “By employing the old discipline of recording everything live and doing minimal overdubbing, I feel like it wears both its achievements and its imperfections on its sleeve. Over the years, I’ve enjoyed experimenting with different genres, sonics and songwriting styles and all that traveled distance is evident in the feel and the arrangements here, but the muscles seemed to have relaxed and been allowed to effortlessly do what they do best.” Beast Epic was written and produced by Sam Beam, and recorded and engineered by Tom Schick at the Loft in Chicago in July 2016 and January 2017. The musicians who played on Beast Epic include longtime Iron & Wine collaborators Robert Burger (keys), Joe Adamik (percussion), and Jim Becker (guitar, banjo, violin, mandolin), along with bassist Sebastian Steinberg (Soul Coughing and Fiona Apple), and Chicagoan Teddy Rankin Parker (cello). Beast Epic was mastered by Richard Dodd in Nashville, TN. Available as a deluxe coloured vinyl 2LP edition with alternate artwork and bonus tracks, or a standard black vinyl version.

File Under: Folk, Indie Rock
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Kacy & Clayton: Siren’s Song (New West) LP
In tomorrow… On their third album, Saskatchewan band Kacy & Clayton are more confident than ever. The Siren’s Song developed out of Kacy Anderson and Clayton Linthicum’s touring as a four-piece band alongside a drummer and a bassist, which alleviated some of the restrictions that come with being a quiet duo. Linthicum turned up his electric guitar while Anderson, not as concerned with venue set-up or a noisy crowd, felt more liberated. The pair started to have more fun, and it shows. With Jeff Tweedy (Wilco) as producer, the playfulness of Kacy & Clayton’s revamped live show is reflected in The Siren’s Song. On tracks like “A Certain Kind of Memory” and “This World Has Seven Wonders,” the band capture the impulse many of us have to pack our bags, move to the country and become a recluse, while Linthicum leads full band arrangements with his electric guitar. “White Butte Country,” which features Linthicum on lead vocals, is the most lighthearted of the bunch, as a rolling melody helps to spin a story of a man looking for love. Anderson’s voice, though, is the hypnotizing core of The Siren’s Song. Her voice is light as air on “Just Like A Summer Cloud,” but can also convey ominousness, depending on the song. On standout track “A Lifeboat,” she acts like a lighthouse’s guiding beam that will bring her absent lover home; when it turns out he’s a low-life cheater, she’s livid, and she reveals she’s been guiding him towards jagged rocks ashore all along. The Siren’s Song is another compelling chapter in what looks increasingly likely to be the long story of Kacy & Clayton’s career.

File Under: Folk
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Liars: TFCF (Mute) LP
Liars have, as a matter of course, sounded radically different with each album, pursuing new concepts and occupying diverse mindsets. On this, Liars’ eighth studio album, the bustling backdrops of Los Angeles, Berlin and New York have been replaced with a presence far more intimate and autobiographical as Liars once again boldly step out of their comfort zone into vastly new musical territory. Following an amicable parting of ways with Aaron Hemphill, Liars is now Angus Andrew, who decamped to his native Australia, specifically to a remote part of the Australian bush, to create an album unlike any Liars had attempted before. But there’s no defining style to TFCF, no overriding concept, as it shifts between sampled elements, brash processed sounds and “real” instrumentation, passages of pointed abstraction and passages of willful songcraft, avant gestures and genuine pop moments. There’s no mask being hid behind, and the album is their most honest and autobiographical yet – possibly because Liars is no longer a “they,” but a “he” presently. Angus describes TFCF as “a super-sad record,” but this mood is offset by the restless creativity on display throughout the album. In tandem with his embrace of the sampler, Angus also incorporated “authentic” sounds previously considered verboten within Liars; in particular, acoustic guitar. “That’s always been a frightening prospect to me,” he notes. “‘Real music’, in the worst sense of that term.” But there is acoustic guitar all over the new album, albeit often sampled and repurposed. “It gave me an opportunity to create a sound that was warmer and more sensitive. Which was important, considering the subject matter of the lyrics.” The album’s reinvention of the Liars paradigm – blurring the lines between electronic and acoustic, between the experimental impulse and the addictive pop sensibility – is evidence that Angus’ creative energies remain as healthy as ever, even given the upheaval within the group. TFCF was written and recorded by Liars. Butchy Fuego, who performed live with Liars following Julian Gross’ departure in 2014, plays drums on three tracks. TFCF was mixed by Gareth Jones and mastered by Christian Wright.

File Under: Indie Rock
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Mark Lanegan: Field Songs (Sub Pop) LP
On Lanegan’s fifth and final solo album for Sub Pop, Field Songs, he seems to have taken the best elements from his previous work to create one of the most fulfilled, and fulfilling, albums of his career; Field Songs also includes “Kimiko’s Dream House,” which Mark co-wrote with Jeffrey Lee Pierce of The Gun Club. This LP version is the first standalone vinyl edition of Field Songs (it was previously only available in the 2015 box set entitled One Way Street). LP comes in a gatefold jacket and is 180 gram vinyl.

File Under: Indie Rock
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Mark Lanegan: I’ll Take Care of You (Sub Pop) LP
I’ll Take Care of You, Lanegan’s fourth solo effort, consists entirely of cover songs with interpretation of songs from a wide variety of songwriters, including Tim Rose, Tim Hardin, Booker T. Jones, and Buck Owens. Prior to this LP version, I’ll Take Care of You was only available on vinyl via a long-out-of-print European run, and in the One Way Street box set. LP comes in a gatefold jacket and is 180 gram vinyl.

File Under: Indie Rock
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Mark Lanegan: Scraps at Midnight (Sub Pop) LP
Scraps at Midnight is the third solo album by Lanegan, which he co-produced with longtime collaborator Johnson. Scraps at Midnight could arguably be considered the final installment of a trilogy of albums (preceded by The Winding Sheet and Whiskey for the Holy Ghost) which feature the songwriter’s interpretation of American roots music set to troubling lyrics that explore themes of loss, sin and redemption. LP comes in a gatefold jacket and is 180 gram vinyl.

File Under: Indie Rock
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Neurosis: Word as Law (Neurot) LP
In tomorrow… Neurosis offers up a remastered colored vinyl reissue of their second LP, The Word As Law, the album having remained out-of-print since its original release in 1990. While listening to band’s discography in chronological order, their sound gradually shifts in a very steady and somewhat seamless progression with each record, though their first few albums are undoubtedly cut from their ’80s punk influences and surroundings. The Word As Law was initially released on vinyl only in 1990 through Lookout! Records, alongside the likes of Operation Ivy, Green Day, Screeching Weasel, and other Bay Area punk acts of the time. Upbeat rhythms and enraged vocals fuel The Word As Law, the record picking up where their Pain Of Mind debut’s ripping punk sound left off, while the band simultaneously began experimenting with more dissonant, melancholic, and demoralizing tones that would carve the foundation for their next few albums and their signature sound. Neurosis had yet to infuse keyboards or synthesizers into the mix when The Word As Law was recorded by Mark Lemaire at Sound & Vision in San Francisco of December 1989. The blend of vocals delivered by guitarist Scott Kelly, bassist Dave Edwardson, and new inductee on this album, guitarist Steve Von Till, driven by the powerful rhythms of drummer Jason Roeder, coalesce to formulate an eerie and original sound on The Word As Law, which results in the album’s cult status as an incredibly groundbreaking album for countless crust punk, hardcore, and experimental metal artists worldwide. While prior reissues of the album featured several re-recorded bonus tracks from the band’s prior singles and releases, the 2017 Neurot reissue of The Word As Law will bear the album’s initial eight tracks, all completely remastered by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering. Additionally, the album’s cover artwork has been reworked and modernized by Neurosis’ former live visual architect Josh Graham to match the label’s previously-reissued Souls At Zero, Enemy Of The Sun, and other titles.

File Under: Metal
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Queens of the Stone Age: Villains (Matador) LP/DLX LP
In tomorrow??? Hundreds of epic shows, memory lapses, unexplained injuries, one yearlong detour with Iggy Pop and multiple Grammy nominations later, Queens Of The Stone Age reemerge from the desert newly scarred and somehow strangely prettier with lucky seventh album, Villains, out on Matador Records. “The title Villains isn’t a political statement,” explains frontman Joshua Homme. “It has nothing to do with Trump or any of that shit. It’s simply 1) a word that looks fantastic and 2) a comment on the three versions of every scenario: yours, mine and what actually happened…Everyone needs someone or something to rail against – their villain – same as it ever was. You can’t control that. The only thing you can really control is when you let go.” Produced by Mark Ronson and co-produced by Mark Rankin and mixed by Alan Moulder,Villains is the first full album offering from Queens Of The Stone Age since 2013’s …Like Clockwork gave the band its first #1 album in the U.S. Like the stunning artwork of returning illustrator Boneface, the sonic signatures of the lineup that took …Like Clockwork’ around the world and back – founder/guitarist/vocalist/lyricist Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen (guitar, keys), Michael Shuman (bass), Dean Fertita (keys, guitar), Jon Theodore (drums) – are as unmistakable as ever, though coexisting with sufficient new twists to induce recurring double takes. As Homme himself puts it, “The most important aspect of making this record was redefining our sound, asking and answering the question ‘what do we sound like now?’ If you can’t make a great first record, you should just stop – but if you can make a great record but you keep making records and your sound doesn’t evolve, you become a parody of that original sound.” Of his role working within such a closed and confident ecosystem as Queens Of The Stone Age, Ronson says, “Queens are and have always been my favorite rock n roll band ever since I walked into Tower on Sunset and bought ‘Rated R’ in the summer of 2000, so it was incredibly surreal to be welcomed into their secret, pirate clan – or the ‘jacuzzi’ as Josh likes to call it. I also knew that my super fandom alone would not keep me in the jacuzzi. There were moments during the making of the album in which I was aware I was watching my musical heroes craft something that was sure to become one of my favorite moments on any Queens album. And to have some part in that felt like being in a dream – a very heavy, dark, wonderful dream.” Longtime Queens cohort co-producer Mark Rankin added, “After the baptism of fire that was …Like Clockwork, I was excited to get into the studio again with the challenge of pushing the sound for this record, especially with the the addition of Ronson into the creative mix. We wanted to evolve the production to be processed in a modern way yet be totally organic and still performed fully live, like lifting a veil and what you thought was electronic is actually live and things are not as they first appear…What we’ve made is forward looking yet unmistakably Queens.”

File Under: Rock
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Kelley Stoltz: Que Aura (Castle Face) LP
In tomorrow… Extra fine songwriter and longtime bedroom-pop auteur Kelley Stoltz delivers on the promise so many of his records slyly hint at. Que Aura is the platonic ideal of a Kelley Stoltz record, which is a very exciting thing indeed. Stoltz embraces his best synth-pop tendencies, with this incredibly self-assured set of tender tunes, combining in his own hangdog fashion both a disco-lit abandon and the attendant post-party sighs of dread and remorse. Great songs come out of Stoltz at an alarming rate on any given day but this particular collection is some of his most effortlessly catchy stuff yet. Ennui under the disco lights suits him very well – there’s a hearty sip of Pulp-ian white Brit shimmy with a wink, a dash of Fleetwood Mac’s cynically professional late ’70s sheen, and even a spritz or two of Echo and The Bunnymen, which should surprise no one who’s noticed Stoltz has been playing guitar with McCulloch and Company for the past year or so. This record cements Stoltz’s place in the power-pop pantheon where he belongs, right between Dwight Twilley and Martin Newell!

File Under: Indie Rock
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War on Drugs: A Deeper Understanding (Atlantic) LP
In tomorrow? What a debacle! The black vinyl is apparently defective, and the Indie Shop Only vinyl may or may not be late, but it was short shipped, so… WHO KNOWS! A Deeper Understanding is The War On Drugs’ highly anticipated follow-up to 2014’s universally acclaimed Lost In The Dream and Atlantic Records debut. For much of the three and a half year period since the release of Lost In The Dream, frontman Adam Granduciel led the charge for his Philadelphia-based sextet as he holed up in studios in New York and Los Angeles to write, record, edit, and tinker – but, above all, to busy himself in work. Teaming up with engineer Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Weezer), Granduciel challenged the notion of what it means to create a fully realized piece of music in today’s modern landscape. Calling on his bandmates – bassist Dave Hartley, keyboardist Robbie Bennett, drummer Charlie Hall and multi-instrumentalists Anthony LaMarca and Jon Natchez – continuously throughout the process, the result is a “band record” in the noblest sense, featuring collaboration, coordination, and confidence at every turn. Through those years of relocation, the revisiting and reexamining of endless hours of recordings, unbridled exploration and exuberance, Granduciel’s gritty love of his craft succeeded in pushing the band to great heights. Pitchfork proclaimed that, “Granduciel’s influence has become omnipresent in the indie world” and NPR has hailed A Deeper Understanding’s crystalline lead singles “Thinking Of A Place” (“epic, mood-shifting guitar jam”) and “Holding On” (“a pulsing jam that sounds deeply inspired by ’80s-era Bruce Springsteen”).

File Under: Indie Rock
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Various: Soul of a Nation (Soul Jazz) LP
Soul Jazz Record’s compilation Soul of a Nation is released to coincide with the new exhibition of the same name now on at Tate Modern, London. The album shows how the ideals of the civil rights movement, black power and black nationalism influenced the evolvement of radical African-American music in the United States of America in the intensely political and revolutionary period at the end of the 1960s following the assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and the rise of the Black Panther party. Featuring groundbreaking artists such as Gil Scott-Heron, Roy Ayers, Don Cherry, Oneness of Juju, Sarah Webster Fabio, Horace Tapscott, Phil Ranelin and many others, Soul of A Nation shows how political themes led to the rise of ‘conscious’ black music as new afro-centric styles combined the musical radicalism and spirituality of John Coltrane and radical avant-garde jazz music alongside the intense funk and soul of James Brown and Aretha Franklin and the urban poetry and proto-rap of the streets. The double gatefold vinyl album edition comes with full color inners, full sleeve-notes/photography and bonus download code.

File Under: Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop
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Various: Soul of a Nation (Soul Jazz) LP
Soul Jazz Record’s compilation Soul of a Nation is released to coincide with the new exhibition of the same name now on at Tate Modern, London. The album shows how the ideals of the civil rights movement, black power and black nationalism influenced the evolvement of radical African-American music in the United States of America in the intensely political and revolutionary period at the end of the 1960s following the assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and the rise of the Black Panther party. Featuring groundbreaking artists such as Gil Scott-Heron, Roy Ayers, Don Cherry, Oneness of Juju, Sarah Webster Fabio, Horace Tapscott, Phil Ranelin and many others, Soul of A Nation shows how political themes led to the rise of ‘conscious’ black music as new afro-centric styles combined the musical radicalism and spirituality of John Coltrane and radical avant-garde jazz music alongside the intense funk and soul of James Brown and Aretha Franklin and the urban poetry and proto-rap of the streets. The double gatefold vinyl album edition comes with full color inners, full sleeve-notes/photography and bonus download code.

File Under: Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop
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…..Restocks…..

Alexisonfire: Old Crows/Young Cardinals (Dine Alone) LP
Gary Bartz Ntu Troop: Harlem Bbush Music (Milestone) LP
Black Sabbath: Paranoid (Rhino) LP
Death Cab For Cutie: Transatlanticism (Barsuk) LPT
Eyehategod: In The Name of Suffering (Emetic) LP
Eyehategod: Take as Needed for Pain (Emetic) LP
Fleetwood Mac: Rumors (Reprise) LP
Goat: Requiem (Sub Pop) LP
Goat: Commune (Sub Pop) LP
Hole: Live Through This (Universal) LP
Michael Jackson: Bad (Sony) LP
Kacy & Clayton: Strange Country (Big White Cloud) LP
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: I’m In Your Mind Fuzz (Castle Face) LP
Michael Kiwanuka: Love & Hate (Universal) LP
Lumineers: s/t (Dual Tone) LP
Modest Mouse: The Lonesome Crowded West (Glacial Pace) LP
Modest Mouse: This is a Long Drive… (Glacial Pace) LP
Van Morrison: Astral Weeks (Rhino) LP
Neurosis: Eye of Every Storm (Neurot) LP
Oh Sees: A Weird Exits (Castle Face) LP
Oh Sees: Carrion Crawler (In The Red) LP
Angel Olsen: My Woman (Jagjaguwar) LP
OST: Beyond the Black Rainbow (Jagjaguwar) LP
OST: Singles (Sony) LP
Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd) LP
Portishead: s/t (Universal) LP
Radiohead: Ok Computer OKNOTOK (XL) Blue LP
Run The Jewels: 1 (Mass Appeal) LP
Run The Jewels: 2 (Mass Appeal) LP
Arthur Russell: Calling out of Context (Audika) LP
Spiritualized: Lady’s And Gentlemen… (Plain) LP
Syrinx: Tumblers from the Vault (ReRVNG) LP
T. Rex: s/t (Rhino) LP
Television: Marquee Moon (Rhino) LP
War on Drugs: Lost in the Dream (Secretly Canadian) LP
Link Wray: s/t (Future Days) LP
Neil Young: Rust Never Sleeps (Reprise) LP
Neil Young: Live Rust (Reprise) LP
Zodiac: Cosmic Sounds (Rhino) LP
Various: Studio One Scorchers (Soul Jazz) LP

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