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Beliefs - Habitat
Beliefs
Habitat
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Outside Music)
24,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Seven years and two well-regarded LPs on from the band's initial formation during a fit of shared affection between co-founders Jesse Crowe and Josh Korody for the swirling overdrive of '80s-into-'90s noise-pop, Beliefs is poised to explode most of the well beliefs you might already harbour about Beliefs with a third album that completely deconstructs, remakes and remodels its self-conscious "shoegazer" beginnings in pursuit of an unforgiving, uncompromising and now thoroughly unknowable Next Phase.
Jill Barber - Fool's Gold
Jill Barber
Fool's Gold
LP | 2015 | CA | Original (Outside Music)
15,99 €*
Release:2015 / CA – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
“My greatest hope is that it ends up becoming the soundtrack to some perfect romance, or at the very least a great cocktail party,” says Jill Barber of her new album, ‘Fool’s Gold,’ out February 9th via Outside Music. Jill - aka “Canada’s sweetheart” - is a two-time Juno Award nominee and Montreal Jazz Fest headliner whose last album hit #1 on the iTunes Jazz charts, and landed her a national segment with NPR. She has collaborated with Josh Ritter, Ron Sexsmith, and Kris Kristofferson has called her a “damn good songwriter.” She also published a children’s book, entitled ‘Music is for Everyone,’ this May. ‘Fool’s Gold’ explores every nook of Jill’s musical history: sultry torch songs, Hank Williams-inspired ballads, an homage to the golden era of the Brill Building, Motown and beyond. Lead single “Broken For Good” ventures into the early days of Motown with its strong backbeat, horns, a driving bass line and immediate pop appeal. She channels Patsy Cline on “The Careless One,” a bittersweet Western, full of resignation and sorrow. As Jill puts it, “It hurts me to sing it, just a little. But that’s how I know it is a keeper.” The record was produced in Toronto by longtime collaborators and bandmates Les Cooper and Drew Jurecka.
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Hidden Cameras - Home On Native Land
Hidden Cameras
Home On Native Land
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Outside Music)
24,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The Hidden Cameras bring it back home to release their sixth studio album, Home On Native Land, marking the beginning of a new chapter for singer-songwriter Joel Gibb. An Americana ode to Gibb's native country, he returns to Canadian soil both physically and philosophically. Written and recorded over ten years by Joel Gibb, this seminal album once again sees Gibb assembling friends, bandmates and icons including Feist, Bahamas, Ron Sexsmith, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Rufus Wainwright, Neil Tennant and longtime collaborator and producer Don Kerr to accompany him on this adventure in revisionist history. On Home On Native Land, The Hidden Cameras explore the expansive musical landscape of the Canadian countryside delivering an album rich with feelings of lonesome cowboy blues and heartbreak to toe-tapping rhythms and campfire sing-a-longs. Each song is a journey beckoning the listener to follow - to gather 'round the fire, sing until you fall asleep and share the same dream. It's a place that you might not have been before but which feels like home. The Hidden Cameras borrows from the classic country songbook, reimagining soulful standards like "Dark End of the Street," and "Don't Make Promises" originally recorded by Tim Harden. "Log Driver's Waltz" is The Hidden Camera's cover of one of the most successful and beloved Canadian folk songs of all time. "He is the Boss of Me," is Gibb covering himself with a rerecording of an early 4-track demo from 2001's Ecce Homo, now given a full studio treatment. Transitioning into the genre with infectious melodies on the original tracks "Big Blue" and "Drunk Dancer's Waltz," with Home On Native Land, The Hidden Cameras reach into the past to find new ground, while singing playfully pointed lyrics oozing with hopefulness and sorrow. TRACK LISTING 1. Day I Left Home 2. He Is The Boss Of Me 3. Ode to An Ah 4. Dark End Of The Street 5. You And Me Again 6. Log Driver's Waltz 7. Be What I Want 8. Counting Stars 9. The Great Reward 10. Big Blue 11. Don't Make Promises 12. Drunk Dancer's Waltz 13. Feeling 'Bout You 14. Twilight Of The Season
Justin Rutledge - East
Justin Rutledge
East
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Outside Music)
24,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Toronto, ON - "Go West, Young Man, Go West", an expression coined in the 1800s, could easily be rephrased and applied to Juno Award Winner Justin Rutledge to read, "Go East, Young Man, Go East", as that, quite literally, is what Justin Rutledge has done. His new album, aptly titled EAST, signifies not only his personal transition in moving away from the only city he's ever lived, but also, recording in the east, his first time making an album outside of Toronto. In 2015, ready to make a change, Justin pulled-up roots in Toronto and replanted himself on the eastern shores of Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County. Leaving Toronto as a home was monumental for Justin, "Toronto is where I was born, but for some reason it became an increasingly foreign place to me. I knew I had to leave the city." Inspired by the beauty and serenity of these new rural surroundings, his 7th studio album was born, as Justin headed further east to Nova Scotia, marking the first time he has recorded outside of Ontario. "I've recorded in LA with my band Early Winters, but I hadn't yet recorded a solo album anywhere other than Toronto-I wasn't sure why, so I headed for Halifax." Justin had known producer and multi-instrumentalist Daniel Ledwell for some time and was already familiar with the home studio Daniel had set up in Lake Echo, Nova Scotia. Having guested on the song 'Bring Me A Rose' from Jenn Grant's award winning album Compostela which was recorded in Lake Echo (Grant and Ledwell are husband and wife) and with Daniel's encouragement to get out of his comfort zone, Justin trekked along the Trans-Canada to Nova Scotia. "I wanted to create an album in which a different geography served as the backdrop. I wanted to record on the east coast, use musicians from the east coast, even master the album on the east coast. Thinking of a title for the album was easy." The songs on EAST see Justin embracing new styles, from the gospel tinged 'The Great Ascension', to the lo-fi lament of 'Queen Street Lost'. Not lost, however, are the country-tinged pop songs like 'The Old Oak' and 'Blue Jeans'. Of course, the hushed voice and the intricate storytelling remain, making EAST Justin's most accomplished album to date. Rutledge's other albums include No Never Alone (2004), The Devil On A Bench In Stanley Park (2006), Man Descending (2008), The Early Widows (2010) and Daredevil, his homage to The Tragically Hip (2014). He has twice been nominated for a Juno Award, and twice been long-listed for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize. Valleyheart, Rutledge's first release on Outside Music, earned the Juno Award for Roots Album of the year in 2014.
Tami Neilson - Don't Be Afraid
Tami Neilson
Don't Be Afraid
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Outside Music)
24,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"It's the most personal album I've ever written, and it is very daunting to put such a raw, exposed, vulnerable part of yourself out there," remarks Tami Neilson of her new album Don't Be Afraid. Don't Be Afraid was nearly left unfinished. With two songs completed and six weeks left to write Tami Neilson unexpectedly lost her father, the patriarch of The Neilson Family band who Tami had toured across Canada with as a young girl opening for the likes of Johnny Cash. It was with her mother and brother's encouragement that she finished the record as a way of honouring her dad. "I actually inadvertently wrote the title track (without realizing it would be for the album) the week Dad died. 'Don't Be Afraid' was the last song Dad wrote, while in the hospital. He had written the melody, lyrics and everything, but he was on oxygen and could barely breathe to speak. He told me that it was driving him crazy that he had this new song stuck in his head, but had no way of offloading it. It's an awful feeling, I know, so I said I would bring him in his guitar so he could play it and I'd record it on my phone. He did a verse, so I got the melody, but then his levels dropped dramatically (that's the hidden track on the album, Dad's Demo'), but we didn't get the chorus, or the melody for the chorus." Don't Be Afraid finds the soul taking precedence over the country as Tami found herself listening to a lot of gospel around the time of her father's death and finding a kinship with the legendary singer Mavis Staples: "I've always been a massive Staples fan. I had ordered the new Pops album, it was released days before Dad died, and I ordered it in Canada so I could take it into the hospital for him to listen to. It arrived the day after he died, and of course I sobbed about that, but I will always be so grateful for that album helping me get through that grieving process." Recorded in Ben Edwards' New Zealand Sitting Room studio, the songs were again recorded live, the musicians all in the room playing together. The album features Delaney Davidson and all the boys that were on Dynamite! including harmonies from Marlon Williams on the soon-to-be classic 'Lonely'. The album features a Tina Turner throwback, 'Holy Moses', the swinging country of 'Only Tears', a bluesy swagger in `So Far Away' and the southern soul of 'Burn My Body'. The album is bookended by the title track, including the haunting hidden demo track sung by Tami's father. "There are a lot of reasons I chose Don't Be Afraid as the title, and one of them is that, musically, as an artist it's a departure for me. There are definite moments where I have had to go, 'Don't be afraid of this, this is who you are,- Neilson says. "This album is the guts of me. I guess 'departure' is the wrong word because it's all the same palette and same family, but whereas Dynamite! was a lot of light, bright colours, Don't Be Afraid is deeper, richer colours - still in that same family but a different level." Tami moved to New Zealand from Canada 8 years ago and has become one of the country's biggest acts. Tami is the most highly awarded artist of any genre in New Zealand, having just picked up NZ's highest songwriting honour, the APRA Silver Scroll, for 'Walk (Back To Your Arms)' off 2014's Dynamite!, which also won her (yet another) Best Country Album Tui in May this year. Don't Be Afraid marks Tami as a new soul staple. It's a raw, deep and hopeful album that finds Tami singing out her grief. "Last year was an insane year, I had the highest of the highs and the lowest of the lows all in one year," she recalls. "And I guess that is what the album is, it reflects that constant cycle of life."
Matthew & Jill Barber - Family Album
Folly & The Hunter - Awake
Folly & The Hunter - Tragic Care
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