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Myrrors, The - Hasta La Victoria
Myrrors, The
Hasta La Victoria
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 12.08.2017
Hasta La Victoria comes just one year after Entranced Earth, and serves as its perfect companion piece. And yet, not a moment of the albums thirty-seven minutes ever feels even remotely rushed, or anything short of natural. Indeed, in the best possible way, Hasta La Victoria sounds like The Myrrors couldnt be doing anything else. Perhaps its not the victory in the albums title that focuses the bands attention perhaps its the until. Throughout Hasta La Victoria, the band sounds utterly propelled by an invisible force, by the indelible impression that their actions as a band, as artists, as people have an impact, and that impact should continue until victory. Be here now or be here later, theres little doubt that The Myrrors will be continuing to walk the path when you get here.
Chocolat - Rencontrer Looloo
Chocolat
Rencontrer Looloo
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
It’s been waiting to happen. Beyond the mystical pyramids and the mountains of Mars, Looloo’s silhouette emerges. A demigod born out of intergalactic dust, this exalted creature moves to the music of an epiphany laden with pretzels and Cherry Coke bottles. Its electric guitar-shaped head chants the arrival of a new Golden Age of distortion, an inescapable voyage to the end of the world to reconnect with the beings who brought us intelligence and hard rock. If you could only see it, you would understand... Then one day, a band falls under its spell. Suddenly entranced by Looloo’s incomprehensible Sanskrit babble, the musicians are awakened to a desire for transcendence and communion of the spirits. As if each one of us were a small speck in the constellation created by Looloo’s vintage leatherette one-piece suit. Surely this ecstasy and elation will be short-lived. Rencontrer Looloo, Chocolat’s second album after an extended hiatus, finds the band swimming through modal waters, somewhere at the confluence of hard jazz and surf metal, blended with a songwriting tradition that the media, for lack of a better term, often define as folk. A far stretch from the psychedelic kraut explorations of Tss Tss, the new opus is a sort of initiatory account of the band’s journey into orbit. Here Chocolat’s kaleidoscopic visions of space have been replaced by manifestations of stark, shiny white boulders, with edges sharper than a wild jackal’s fangs. First came a band bursting with unpredictable rock and roll violence in the middle of the new millennium’s first decade. Chocolat charmed critics with its Dylan-inspired French chansons, whose sophisticated arrangements didn’t completely cover up the band’s penchant for gritty garage tones. During this period, Chocolat released a straightforward and erotic self-titled EP in 2007, followed by Piano Élégant in 2008, a suavely romantic debut opus infused with rock and yéyé influences. Several concerts ensued, including a mini-tour with the late Jay Reatard... then the band completely disappeared from the public eye. Although Chocolat went on a hiatus, its members weren’t exactly idle. Ysaël Pépin terrorized the globe as the bass player of Demon's Claws. As for Jimmy Hunt, he explored his songwriting through a solo career, which, among other things, allowed him to recruit producer Emmanuel Ethier and keyboardist Christophe Lamarche-Ledoux (also a member of Organ Mood), yielding the wildly contagious Maladie d’amour (2013). Shortly after all this infectious madness, some strange force of nature brought the members of Chocolat back together. More fierce and fiery than ever, they released Tss Tss in 2014, an album whose expansive psychedelic sound and kraut-inspired repetitions earned the band international recognition and many tours abroad. Rencontrer Looloo, which is probably the last release ever recorded at the now defunct Studio Victor, was produced by Emmanuel Ethier, written by Jimmy Hunt, mixed by Christophe Lamarche-Ledoux, and recorded by François-Régis Pagé and Louis-Philippe Kyer. The album features (in alphabetical order) Emmanuel Ethier on guitar, Brian Hildebrand on drums, Jimmy Hunt on guitar and vocals, Christophe Lamarche-Ledoux on keyboards and saxophone, and Ysaël Pépin on bass. To get a taste of the future, simply follow the three neon red nipples that light the night sky with all their electroluminescent splendor. Once you get there, savour the sweet nectar Chocolat pours you, straight from Looloo’s flaccid and wrinkled breasts. Drink, and drink some more.
Sundays & Cybele - Chaos & Systems
Ancient Ocean - Blood Moon Black Vinyl Edition
Ancient Ocean
Blood Moon Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
After a steady run of superb CD-R & cassette EP releases, Ancient Ocean's 1st long player "Blood Moon" has given J.R. Bohannon the space he needs to stretch out & fully realize his sprawling soundscapes; 4 songs over 41 minutes featuring Jonas Reinhardt & Mark Demolar (Woodsman) on the title track & J.S. Aurelius (Destruction Unit) & Aaron Martin on the expansive "Beargrass Creek."
Heaters - Baptistina
Heaters
Baptistina
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Less than a year after the release of “Holy Water Pool” – Heaters’ debut, a crushing, revelatory psycho-surf-rock anointment-as-album – there are no apparent signs of distress to the engine that powers this Michigan-made vehicle of sound. To the contrary, Heaters are operating at a higher horsepower than ever before, as evidenced by this new LP. “Baptistina” glimmers to a greater degree than anything Heaters have previously unleashed, a full-spectrum sheen that shines across the full panorama of righteous reverb riots. Heaters are in full control of their machine from the opening, looped-lunacy of “Centennial” to the final crash of “Seafoam,” forty-six minutes later – and yet the result of this increase in control can be heard as a willingness to crash their ship completely. But have faith in the pilots – Heaters are living for the next ride. “Centennial” rides the wave effortlessly, setting the tone for the album in full, hovering in the atmosphere above strutting, Bolan-blasts of riff-rock-lift-off perfection before letting the edges drift and blur, exploring the gravitational pull of less solid ground. Taking the first three songs of “Baptistina” – “Centennial,” “Ara Pacis” and “Orbs” – together is to take the sacrament of a singing, searing psych-rock sinfonia, an expertly-constructed breed of amplified surrealism, framed by the tight corners and unmistakable electric glory of what was once known as rock and roll. It doesn’t matter thatHeaters are not trying to answer the musical question, “What if Grand Funk Railroad got really into Flying Saucer Attack?”; what matters is that the answer is there for the taking. The album’s centerpiece may very well be “Garden Eater,” a perfectly prepared prescription of the relentless sonic schizophrenia in which Heaters deal so effectively. At nearly eight and a half minutes, it’s about twice as long as anything that appeared on “Holy Water Pool,” giving ample room for the band to spread their sound into broad, bold new dimensions – hypnotic, Hawkwind-hued chanting harmonies, anyone? – without ever detaching from the very root of their sound. It’s perhaps no surprise that the following track, playfully named “Dali,” would be a throbbing reminder of the persistence of memory, given its Silver Apples-esque flavor precedes the perfectly placed flower-power-pop of “Mango.” The final three tracks of “Baptistina” recall the superb symmetry of the album’s opening trio, an undeniable triptych of pace, power and persona, garage-rock gurus emerging from thin air, spent snares and a dramatic lack of cares. On “Baptistina,” Heaters don’t sound weirder than before – they simply are. - Ryan Muldoon
Our Solar System - In Time
Our Solar System
In Time
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Spearheaded by Dungen's Mattias Gustavsson along with several of Sweden's finest musicians, Our Solar System could be described as smokin' far-out kraut-jazz jams for the true heads, & "In Time" so effortlessly delivers trance states in sound, essentially the work of 30y hands, creating 2 side-length tracks of sonic energy that serves as a vehicle to reach peak experience, alternately arriving & departing from control & abandon.
Prince Rupert's Drops - Climbing Light Oxblood Color Vinyl Edition
Prince Rupert's Drops
Climbing Light Oxblood Color Vinyl Edition
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Prince Rupert's Drops reflect, refract & reemerge in the form of "Climbing Light," their dark & brilliant 2nd full length album; 42 minutes featuring 8 songs of frighteningly unforgettable form. It's a monumental, multi-hued musical death-trip that they have delivered. Generous moments of beauty, earth-worn balladry, bombastic beats, sing along choruses, it's all here.
New Electric Ride - Balloon Age
New Electric Ride
Balloon Age
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
14,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
If New Electric Ride don't travel at the speed of light, then they certainly travel at the speed of sound. Little else could explain the band's rapid ascent from formation, to performance, to their thrilling ride into the high atmosphere with their full-length BBiB Records debut, "Balloon Age." After the recording & release of a very well-received S/T debut EP., they began accumulating regular airplay on a variety of radio outlets, both in their native UK and elsewhere in Europe. Soon the band would be invited to record with the notable Black Cab Sessions series, multiple shows, including a match-made-inheaven opening slot with psychedelic legends The Pretty Things. A tightly wound collection of songs that don't unfold so much as they blossom, New Electric Ride display congenital comfort with outlandishly catchy melodies, high-grade harmonies and hooks by the barrell.
Dire Wolves - Excursions To Cloudland
Eerie Wanda - Hum
Eerie Wanda
Hum
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
17,99 €* 19,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Eerie Wanda isn’t a person, but rather the name given to the relentlessly memorable recorded results of an album delivered by Croatian/Dutch singer-songwriter Marina Tadic, with a little help from her (incredibly talented) friends, including (but not limited to) the phenomenal rhythm section of Jacco Gardner’s band. Throughout the album, Eerie Wanda displays a somewhat magical ability of using somewhat standard song structures as the skeletons of their sound, but replacing the dead marrow of those bones with a unique & enlivening mixture of dizzy joy and sparkling sonic lucidity. Tadic’s voice is as central as anything else to the album’s success; it’s a two-toned, barely-accented gem of sweetness and melancholy, a distant cousin (somehow) to both Hope Sandoval and “I Am the Cosmos”-era Chris Bell.
Coke Weed - Mary Weaver Colored Vinyl Edition
Coke Weed
Mary Weaver Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Drawing deeply from her sunbaked Florida-goth roots, singer Nina D's voice glides sweetly as she delivers a terrifying treatise on the cost of love. The darkness of the subject matter is offset by the Weed's color show of interweaving guitar expressionism, which rides a crest of the band's toughest grooves to date.
Coke Weed - Mary Weaver Black Vinyl Edition
Coke Weed
Mary Weaver Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Drawing deeply from her sunbaked Florida-goth roots, singer Nina D's voice glides sweetly as she delivers a terrifying treatise on the cost of love. The darkness of the subject matter is offset by the Weed's color show of interweaving guitar expressionism, which rides a crest of the band's toughest grooves to date.
Midday Veil - This Wilderness
Midday Veil
This Wilderness
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
18,89 €* 20,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"Midday Veill will be staying in 'This Wilderness', in an increasingly interconnected, dynamic, even dangerous cosmos - for quite awhile, & it's our good fortune to join them." - Ryan Muldoon.
Ancient Ocean - Blood Moon Blood Red Vinyl Edition
Ancient Ocean
Blood Moon Blood Red Vinyl Edition
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
20,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
After a steady run of superb CD-R & cassette EP releases, Ancient Ocean's 1st long player "Blood Moon" has given J.R. Bohannon the space he needs to stretch out & fully realize his sprawling soundscapes; 4 songs over 41 minutes featuring Jonas Reinhardt & Mark Demolar (Woodsman) on the title track & J.S. Aurelius (Destruction Unit) & Aaron Martin on the expansive "Beargrass Creek."
Annique Monet - Phantom Letters
Annique Monet
Phantom Letters
Tape | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
6,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Cassette only release. Former Worthless guitarists' debut. "Phantom Letters" is a look inside Annique Monet's twisted & beautiful world, where you might just see brightly colored banyan trees dripping with honey or hear the inside of a purple nightmare where hexagonal clocks reveal the rise & fall of kings. Annique is lifting the veil for you to share in her aural hallucinations as she plays all instruments on the recording. Bask in the magnificence.
Worthless - All My Friends Are Stone
Worthless
All My Friends Are Stone
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
With the appearance of their full length album, "All My Friends Are Stone", Worthless again proves themselves to be indescribably valuable to ears that appreciate high-weirdness, of the often highly-amplified variety. "All My Friends Are Stone" is a 100 percent certified rock-folk-freak-show of an album, a merry-go-round of sonic bemusement & candy-cane confusion, both uninterested in & unwilling to allow its sound to linger in one place for very long. And yet, despite its homegrown Gypsy wanderings, the songs taken together offer an undeniable & undeniably cohesive chain of charm.
Heaters - Mean Green Black Vinyl Edition
Heaters
Mean Green Black Vinyl Edition
7" | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"Mean Green" is the A-side track of the band's new 7" single, presenting a surf-centric slab of sonic stomp that doubles as a definition of "mean." In the case of Heaters, "mean" is meant in the context that might be used to describe a 1970 GTO piloted by ajittery Warren Oates - not belligerent, but aggressive, blank-eyes staring at the horizon, fueled by dread & ready to accelerate into the nearest dangerous curve. The flipside of the single, "Levitate Thigh," proves the band to be possessed by the power of rock & roll, initially bringing the tempo to a stuttering slow-roll, before Heaters are once again the willing captives of a Seeds-level web of sounds, guitar snarl, feedback & drums creating the trap in which the band has no chance - & no desire - to escape.
Entrance Band, The - Face The Sun
Kiki Pau - Pines
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