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Van Pelt, The - Stealing From Our Favorite Thieves
Van Pelt, The
Stealing From Our Favorite Thieves
LP | 1996 | EU | Reissue (La Castanya)
24,99 €*
Release:1996 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
90s NYC indie heroes The Van Pelt have had a lasting power far greater than so many of the other once bigger bands of that era have had. The sort of interest that has neither waxed nor waned over the decades since they disbanded, yet just mysteriously continues on despite their discography being out of print since the end of the last millennium. So what is it that sets them apart? Too soft to have ran with the AmRep or Touch and Go crowds, not hip enough to have made sense on Matador or Merge, ernest yet not histrionic enough to make it onto the “best emo bands” lists, not weird enough to be on bills with Arto Lindsay and Thurston Moore, etc. In a sense, their outsider status comes not from the wings, but from the dead center eye of the storm. The 90s were happening all around them, they were witnesses thereof, yet they emerged transcendent of it all. You Follow? Maybe it’s worth having a listen to see what I mean.Barcelona’s La Castanya records is treating us with the first ever rerelease of the two Van Pelt albums to mark the 20th anniversary of Sultans of Sentiment, their benchmark album. They teased us in 2014 that this might be on the docket with the release of Imaginary Third, a collection of singles and unreleased Van Pelt tracks which were originally intended to have been the components of their third album, including the alt-famous “Speeding Train”. Now we’ll finally have access to their entire discography. The first album, Stealing From Our Favorite Thieves is an explosion of anthems belted out as if the war was already lost yet they were hoisting that tattered banner anyhow until there wasn’t a shred to salvage. The momentum coming out of that album had every major label in the States salivating at the possibility of turning them into the next Nirvana. Instead, The Van Pelt followed it up by pulling the van into the garage, leaving the engine running, funneling the exhaust into their lungs, and blissfully deciding to bow out of the race with the epic Sultans of Sentiment. Of course as the story goes, their intended financial flop was the exact opus that jettisoned them into the history books. Buy both albums. You’ll need them both.
Zephyr Bones - Black Lips/surrounded By Sunflowers
Me and the Bees - Menos Mal
Me and the Bees
Menos Mal
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (La Castanya)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A warm homage to the unbeatable choruses and heavenly harmonies of sunny pop music. A magnet for those allergic to quietness.
Van Pelt, The - Sultans of Sentiment
Van Pelt, The
Sultans of Sentiment
LP | 1997 | EU | Reissue (La Castanya)
24,99 €*
Release:1997 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
90s NYC indie heroes The Van Pelt have had a lasting power far greater than so many of the other once bigger bands of that era have had. The sort of interest that has neither waxed nor waned over the decades since they disbanded, yet just mysteriously continues on despite their discography being out of print since the end of the last millennium. So what is it that sets them apart? Too soft to have ran with the AmRep or Touch and Go crowds, not hip enough to have made sense on Matador or Merge, ernest yet not histrionic enough to make it onto the “best emo bands” lists, not weird enough to be on bills with Arto Lindsay and Thurston Moore, etc. In a sense, their outsider status comes not from the wings, but from the dead center eye of the storm. The 90s were happening all around them, they were witnesses thereof, yet they emerged transcendent of it all. You Follow? Maybe it’s worth having a listen to see what I mean.Barcelona’s La Castanya records is treating us with the first ever rerelease of the two Van Pelt albums to mark the 20th anniversary of Sultans of Sentiment, their benchmark album. They teased us in 2014 that this might be on the docket with the release of Imaginary Third, a collection of singles and unreleased Van Pelt tracks which were originally intended to have been the components of their third album, including the alt-famous “Speeding Train”. Now we’ll finally have access to their entire discography. The first album, Stealing From Our Favorite Thieves is an explosion of anthems belted out as if the war was already lost yet they were hoisting that tattered banner anyhow until there wasn’t a shred to salvage. The momentum coming out of that album had every major label in the States salivating at the possibility of turning them into the next Nirvana. Instead, The Van Pelt followed it up by pulling the van into the garage, leaving the engine running, funneling the exhaust into their lungs, and blissfully deciding to bow out of the race with the epic Sultans of Sentiment. Of course as the story goes, their intended financial flop was the exact opus that jettisoned them into the history books. Buy both albums. You’ll need them both.
Isasa - Los Dias
Isasa
Los Dias
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (La Castanya)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Madrid's Conrado Isasa's (A Room With A View) sophomore release. This is inner music - more for Sunday morning than Saturday night - born of solitude, of a love of the sheer sound of the guitar as a means of personal expression & exploration. Steeped in the Fahey tradition, Isasa's unforced depth of emotive playing (acoustic, lap steel, or the electric guitar) comes to the surface herein, equal parts irresistable & compelling.
Aries - Adieu Or Die
Mrs. Magician - Eyes All Over Town / Do You Wanna Walk..
Esperit! / Negro - Heraclito
Esperit! / Negro
Heraclito
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (La Castanya)
13,79 €* 22,99 € -40%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"Heraclito" brings together 2 of the most interesting characters in the Mediterranean psych scene. Esperit! & Negro share an experimental trip full of hallucinogenic, kaleidoscopic & unpredictable folk music. Negro's songs are sandwiched between intuition & dexterity, between lyric & fun. One can find anything from ambient to mutant blues through field recordings, with a list of influences ranging from John Fahey to Jim O'Rourke. Esperit! is a 1 man band whose hallucinogenic lullabies, trippy folk, telluric sounds, noises & outings to the circus will make us travel to see him.
Biscuit - Biscuit
Biscuit
Biscuit
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (La Castanya)
17,59 €* 21,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Biscuit bid farewell to their first golden era with their rawest, rocking-est offering to date. This is (not) the end! Just the beginning of their 3rd decade of unrelenting electric guitar-from-the-gut assault a'la The Jam. Follows their (1st) career spanning compilation "20 Years A Million Beers & A Lotta Nerve" on Off The Hip (Australia) from 2015.
Van Pelt, The - Imaginary Third
Van Pelt, The
Imaginary Third
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (La Castanya)
19,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"Imaginary Third", is the final album by the Van Pelt (Chris Leo, Toko Yasuda Brian Maryansky, Neil O'brien), was intended to be the balanced yet wiser culmination of their previous 2 albums. However, at the peak of their success they decided to call it quits. Members went on to play in bands like Jets To Brazil, Enon, St. Vincent, The Lapse, & Vague Angels, to name a few, while the tapes collected dust in Rare Book Room studio in Brooklyn. Though listening to these songs now transports the listener back to that era, there is also still a direness, an authenticity all their own that refuses to be anything but current and alive. In fact, if times were different, the single "TheSpeeding Train" would be a hit regardless of its age & date of release.
Aliment - Holy Slap
Daniel Higgs - Beyond & Between
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