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Wedding Present - George Best 30
Tunabunny - PCP presents Alice In Wonderland JR
Kristin Hersh - Wyatt At The Coyote Palace
Kristin Hersh
Wyatt At The Coyote Palace
2LP | 2017 | US | Original (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
33,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Wyatt at the Coyote Palace is the 10th solo album from Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses, 50 Foot Wave) since her solo debut Hips & Makers in 1994. Wyatt at the Coyote Palace is a 24-track double album that was written over the last 5 years during a turbulent period of her life while also being inspired by her son Wyatt and his fascination with an abandoned apartment building that was inhabited by coyotes.
A Certain Smile - Sits & Starts
Rat Fancy - Suck A Lemon
Rat Fancy
Suck A Lemon
12" | 2017 | US | Original (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
18,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Dreaming of a world where reruns of The Adventures Of Pete And Pete are on every channel and kids are free to be as weird as they want to be, Rat Fancy emerges with their fiercely different brand of indie pop. Hailing from Los Angeles, CA—where despite all that sunshine you might choke on the smog and ambition all around you—Rat Fancy is ex-Sweater Girl Diana Barraza (vocals/guitar), Gregory Johnson (guitar / keyboard) and Gavin Gildewell (drums). It’s a six-song EP about saying goodbye to all that, one kiss-off after another, possibly the sweetest collection of ‘fuck you’s ever committed to vinyl. Every track is a killer. Every track is a keeper. It’s the sound of being fucked up on pollen and sugar, skidding through a dizzy blissful spring of laughter and loss. The title track appears in two versions, a fast one and a slow one (just like Yo La Tengo used to do!) and they’re both capable of moving you to tears, because despite the sourness of the EP’s title, this music is almost impossibly sweet.
Eureka California - Wigwam
Bastards Of Fate - Suck The Light Out
Clem Snide - You Were A Diamond
Clem Snide
You Were A Diamond
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
21,59 €* 23,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
You Were A Diamond is a record that is both haunting and haunted (that cello, the way it mimics the scraping of fragmented skull against fragmented brain). Like paintings done on glass instead of canvas, fragile and yet somehow more luminous. Clem Snide's music is impossible to reduce to a literal description—can’t call it alt-country when there’s a cello, call it lo-fi even though you’re able to hear every note, call it folk, even though there is a predominant electric guitar. All of this adds up to the most unlikely of sonics. Call it Clem Snide. Or maybe call it the missing link between John Cale and Hank Williams. Even the band name, Clem Snide, sounds like a demented Flannery O’Connor character, But it’s actually from a William Burroughs novel. Originally released on CD in 1998 and then again in 2002.
Cowtown - Paranormal Romance
Cinerama - Valentina
LP | 2015 | US | Reissue (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
24,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Latest release from David Gedge (The Wedding Present)'s other band.
Wedding Present - Take Fountain
Bunnygrunt - Volume 4
Volume 4
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
10,99 €* 19,99 € -45%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
They started off twee but spent so much time on the road that they learned how to rock. The missing link between Teenage Fanclub and Teenage Wasteland, like a bat out of hell baby, Bunnygrunt was born to run. They’ve been tearing it up for years now—legends of the underground teaching the indie kids how to rock and the rockers how to weep. Fueled by the kindest dog in St. Louis, the immortal Rusty, Bunnygrunt’s spent their lives stuck in the middle of a nowhere that used to be a somewhere (the gateway to the west that’s now seen as a hateway to the rest), and you can hear it in every note of their beer-soaked, hopefully desperate and hopelessly hopeful, music. Vol. 4 is the band’s sixth album, or maybe their fifth. It depends on how you want to count them. But as far as HHBTM’s concerned, it’s the band’s first record—because for somebody out there it might be, and because it might just be their best. Listen to ‘Chunt Bump’ and hear all those years of touring—too many restless nights and too many late-night rest stops—coalesce into a 7-minute epic with the most laid back motorik sound you’ve ever heard. An American Neu, fuelled by guitars and microwave burritos and trash tv, the sight of endless corn and endless cows. If you can’t appreciate a title like album closer ‘Still Chooglin’ (After All These Beers)’, then screw you and screw us too. Just because it’s funny doesn’t mean it’s a joke. Just because you’re laughing doesn’t mean you’re not sad. If they’d ever broken up they’d be legends by now, but who wants to spend the rest of their lives in a museum.
Noon 30 - Finding Release
Noon 30
Finding Release
12" | 2015 | US | Original (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
13,49 €* 14,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
From sparseness to overload, from acapella to industrial, from frozen to ferocious. Four songs on the A-side; three remixes on the B-side (courtesy of Tunabunny & Bastards Of Fate).
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