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White Laces - Trance
White Laces
LP | 2014 | US | Reissue (EggHunt / Clandestine)
12,99 €* 19,99 € -35%
Release:2014 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
"TRANCE" contains 11 tracks and a total running time of 42:37. Featuring two singles "Skate or Die" and "Nothing Clicks" the full length album was recorded in early 2014 / Philadelphia with Jeff Zeigler whose lengthy rap sheet includes work with The War On Drugs, Nothing and Purling Hiss. "Trance is retro-tinged with that ’80s haze that cloaked so much of the best rock ‘n’ roll lately. It feels like a flesh-and-blood rock band pensively forging ahead through a digital mirage. There’s also a song called “Keith Sweat” that somehow sounds like Tom Petty, Wild Nothing, and Jimmy Eat World at the same time. (Alas, it doesn’t sound like Keith Sweat.) Enjoy the album in its entirety below." - Stereogum
White Laces - Sick Of Summer
White Laces
Sick Of Summer
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (EggHunt / Clandestine)
6,49 €* 9,99 € -35%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
White Laces are a band from Richmond, VA. The cassette reissue Sick of Summer combines the band's first self-titled EP from 2011 with various vinyl-only tracks released before the band's first proper LP, Moves. All the tracks have been remastered and serve as a reminder of when the band were so loud they were banned from venues due to sheer volume.
Avers - Omega / Whatever
Omega / Whatever
LP | 2016 | US | Original (EggHunt / Clandestine)
12,59 €* 17,99 € -30%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
With four songwriters, four singers, and 11 tracks of guitar-saturated rock & roll, Avers' second album, Omega/Whatever, is proof that there's strength in numbers. The record shines new light on a band that made its first splash with 2014's Empty Light. Avers supported that debut release by leaving their hometown of Richmond, VA, and crisscrossing the country on tour, opening for bands like Foo Fighters and J. Roddy Walston along the way. They made a national splash during the 2015 SXSW Festival, too, with everyone from Esquire Magazine to The Daily Beast listing them as one of the week's breakout bands. Two years after Empty Light's release, Omega/Whatever finds them returning to their unofficial headquarters — Montrose Recording, a modern studio located on a historic Richmond plantation and operated by bandmate Adrian Olsen — and creating another self-produced album of rumbling rock, shot through with pop hooks, layers of percussion, and coed melodies from four different vocalists. It's a mix of old and new, much like the studio that birthed it. It's an album about balance, too, centered around the struggles of living in the modern world.
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