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Death Cab For Cutie - The Photo Album
Death Cab For Cutie
The Photo Album
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Barsuk)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Cassette Store Day 2016 release. Contains "Gridlock Carvans" which previously was a vinyl exclusive track. Contains an mp3 download of the album.
Charly Bliss - Guppy
Rocky Votolato - Makers 10th Anniversary Edition
Rocky Votolato
Makers 10th Anniversary Edition
LP | 2006 | US | Reissue (Barsuk)
22,99 €*
Release:2006 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Barsuk Records is proud to reissue Rocky Votolato’s classic 2006 album Makers on August 19th. This 10th Anniversary reissue marks the first time Barsuk has released the album on LP format, and the first time it’s been pressed on high-quality 180-gram vinyl with a newly designed gatefold sleeve. In celebration of the anniversary, Votolato has announced a nationwide tour in which he’ll play Makers in its entirety. Over the course of the last 15 years, Rocky Votolato has produced some of the most powerful music to come out of Seattle, an impressive canon anchored by earnest, lyrical songwriting, and delivered in a unique indie-folk-punk style that has evolved out of the Pacific Northwest music scene he was raised in. He has matured over the course of eight increasingly accomplished solo albums, and writes songs that seem to have been scratched into a boxcar wall by a worn-out and lonesome ghost.
Say Hi - Um, Uh Oh
Babes - Untitled (Five Tears)
Trail &Ways - Pathology
Trail &Ways
Pathology
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Barsuk)
20,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The sound of Oakland, CA’s Trails and Ways is a fascinating mix of the melancholy of bossa nova, the fearlessness of basement indie rock, driving grooves from the end of disco, and the slick shine of radio pop. Their songs never shy away from personal and political heavy-lifting, but this is some of the most compelling pop music we’ve heard in some time. Call it what you will; hearing it is like stumbling into the warmth of an intimate dance party among smart and thoughtful friends.The band’s four members (Hannah and Keith on guitar, Ian on drums, and Emma on bass) cast off from the co-op houses at UC Berkeley in the depths of the great recession. They headed to live as far afield as Ceará in Brazil and Galicia in Spain before reuniting in Oakland to start the DIY bedroom recording project that became Trails and Ways. When the friends first sent out their early track “Nunca” to a few blogs the zeitgeist must have been blowing through Oakland, and they were staggered by a sudden rush of attention: 70,000 plays in a single day — something rarely seen from an unsigned artist.This surge of popularity galvanized the band, and wary of becoming another flash-in-the-pan blog sensation they set out with determination to refine their art and take advantage of the unexpected groundswell of support. They quickly got to work crafting a powerful live show, quit their day jobs, ran two national tours, and played festival stages at Outside Lands, Capitol Hill Block Party, and Firefly.Pathology, their debut LP, was recorded at home in Oakland in 2014, amid the unrelenting crawl of the California drought and the surge of tech-company capital in the Bay Area. The album is a work of multiple hands, multiple hearts, and multiple voices — vibrant, emotional, political, and personal.
Big Scary - Not Art
Big Scary
Not Art
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Barsuk)
17,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The story of Big Scary begins in Melbourne, Australia, where duo Tom Iansek and Jo Syme, armed with just acoustic guitars and egg shakers, started playing songs together in the living room of Syme’s parents’ house, gradually working up to a bolder, more expansive sound by incorporating electric guitars, drums, synths and piano. What began as a few rainy day acoustic ballads in their first incarnation soon grew, and before long, the newly named Big Scary were writing anything they pleased – fuzzed-out garage rock; piano-led pop; intricate, pastoral instrumentals – each imbued with an effortless pop sensibility and lightness of touch that would quickly see the duo attract a strong following in their home country. Following a series of early self-released singles and EPs, Big Scary released the intimately crafted debut album Vacation in 2011 via the band’s own label Pieater. The album brought the pair widespread acclaim, and earned the duo a large Australian audience with nominations for ‘Album Of The Year’ from Triple J and ‘Breakthrough Artist Of The Year’ from AIR (Australian Independent Record Labels Association), plus a small but growing cult following overseas. 2012 saw Big Scary take its first small steps onto the world stage – earning further underground acclaim via a self-funded North American tour that saw Tom and Jo play SXSW, CMW, and CMJ, impressing whatever audiences happened upon the versatility, lovable magnetism, intelligent songwriting and dynamic live performances that make up the band’s riveting shows.On the heels of their adventures abroad, an invigorated Tom and Jo returned home and began recording their second full length album. Grappling with the pressures and perceived responsibilities of their Australian success, the daunting goal of bringing their music to wider audiences, and their own expectations of themselves as writers and creators, the band eventually settled into making an album that would be, paradoxically, hotly anticipated at home while acting simultaneously as a first introduction to almost all audiences elsewhere: Not Art.The Melbourne-based duo has become a household name in Australian indie-pop circles and has a growing cult following overseas. Barsuk Records is thrilled to be the U.S. home for the band’s forthcoming album Not Art, a slow-burning stunner produced and engineered by Iansek and mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Amy Winehouse, The Kills, Arcade Fire, Adele) that distills influences of indie rock song structure, pop and hip-hop production, and experimental ambient music.
David Bazan - Fewer Moving Parts
Chris Staples - Golden Age
Chris Staples
Golden Age
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Barsuk)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For some time, Chris Staples was longing for things to return to the way they had been. The way they were before he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and his pancreas failed. Before his bike accident and the resulting hip surgery. Before the dissolution of a long-term relationship. He had been left to pick up the pieces, but for a long time couldn’t bring himself to. “I felt for a several years like I was mourning. Mourning a happier time in my life, or a time when I was more youthful. Everything was different for me after that period in my life.” But the myths we build about our past are often gilded: we believe things were innocent, that they were whole. Staples, after feeling the seductive pull of that illusion for years, had enough of it. He was going to tear it down. As he began to pick up the pieces of his life, and coincidentally began to write music for a new album to follow his acclaimed 2014 Barsuk debut American Soft, his songs pivoted forward, becoming the new record, Golden Age.
David Bazan - Blanco
David Bazan - Blanco
Laura Gibson - Empire Builder
Nada Surf - You Know Who You Are
Ra Ra Riot - Need Your Light
Death Cab For Cutie - Plans
Small Feet - From Far Enough Away Everything Sounds Like
Mates of State - You're Going To Make It
Kind Of Like Spitting - Bridges Worth Burning
Death Cab For Cutie - Kintsugi
Death Cab For Cutie - We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yes
American Analog Set - Know By Heart
Yellow Ostrich - Cosmos
Death Cab For Cutie - Transatlanticism 10th Anniversary Edition
Death Cab For Cutie
Transatlanticism 10th Anniversary Edition
2LP | 2004 | US | Reissue (Barsuk)
35,99 €*
Release:2004 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Death Cab for Cutie’s classic album Transatlanticism, reissued for its 10th anniversary after being out of print for years. Four sides of high-quality 180-gram vinyl in a nice gatefold sleeve, with a 12-page full-color booklet. Comes with download of the album plus the newly released original demos, many of which are drastically different from the final versions.
Minor Alps - Get There
Nada Surf - Weight is a gift
Nada Surf - Let Go
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