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Angel Olsen - Strange Cacti
Angel Olsen
Strange Cacti
LP | 2010 | US | Reissue (Bathetic)
18,99 €*
Release:2010 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
REISSUED ON VINYL!!! St. Louis native ANGEL OLSEN has cut her teeth in Chicago the past four years crafting her music into a sincere form of folk music entirely her own. Taking influences from past artists such as Amalia Rodrigues, Timi Yuro and Helen Shapiro, as well as Persian and Turkish folk, Olsen creates something more than just run-of-the-mill "indie folk." Her music is a true emotional release: sincere and honest. Recently, Olsen has spent time on the road and working with Will Oldham (Bonnie Prince Billy) and The Cairo gang. New edition includes a digital download and some shiny stickers.
Angel Olsen - Halfway Home
Angel Olsen
Halfway Home
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Bathetic)
20,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Pop
After her highly-acclaimed debut Strange Cacti landed in the hands of listeners, it became very obvious the special presence ANGEL OLSEN offered to listeners. She had a fresh edge to her sound, a warm and wonderful range, and a level of skill and charm out of this world. Obviously, fans ate it up. And now here we are, a mere 2 years since her initial Bathetic release-the original cassette version of Strange Cacti. The release of Half Way Home is something everyone has been excited for. We've always wanted to see and hear what Angel brings out through her music. Half Way Home is a continuation of her elegance brought forth on Strange Cacti, a collection of both new and old music, honed and matured, thoughts revisisted. We're hearing this same beautiful girl with that same beautiful voice, this time brought up to a new level, in no doubt a growth and reach brought on by several roadtrips with the one and only Bonnie Prince Billy and crew. The work of Angel Olsen is entirely her own: a raw, glowing sound that stands out now just as much as it did in 2010. It's an emotional stew with Angel's robust voice up front, bold and engaging, coming out of the background, aching to be heard. Includes an innersleeve with lyrics and notes.
Nest Egg - Respectable
Nest Egg
Respectable
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Bathetic)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Bathetic release the new long-player by Asheville, NC’s zealous kraut-rock act, Nest Egg. Nest Egg have already made a name for themselves with their amazing fog-heavy, zoned and honed live show. Warping minds and winning fans with their heady, atmospheric take on progressive, ethereal vibed-out rock music. Psychedelic when the mood turns mellow, but driving when they hit the gas and float the cosmic flux. Really, when you get right down to it, Nest Egg are bringing on a sound that few have had the ability to channel and refine with this level of mastery.
Villages - Procession Acts
Villages
Procession Acts
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Bathetic)
18,89 €* 20,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
2nd LP carries on the debut's grand expanse of ambient glory, while coming across as much more cinematic. It's a rhythmic, thumping, ticking record, trudging through an environment it creates itself from blended tones, chiming piano notes, smeared guitars.
Terrors - Ensorcell Qori
Terrors
Ensorcell Qori
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Bathetic)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Elijah Forrest returns to the Bathetic stable once more for an LP of vaporous burners, signature of his TERRORS moniker. Ensorcell Qori is a diminutive as well as it is wild and cosmic. Forrest can’t be left to simply bend the light psychic and just float some guitar strings into the woods. No, he’s got to pack a crystalline serenity behind the wire and show us the light coming through. This album, sure, it can be classified as downtrodden, on such tracks as “Without After Life” or “Two Words (6 Jan 2013)”—the latter of which sounding like a acid-damaged and ice-submerged Bonnie “Prince” Billy—but there’s always more to the celestial sludge Forrest is concocting. “Twist Form and Memory” with it’s Everyday Loneliness origins or opener “Betrothal Patterning End” show us the side of Forrest that is not just hushed guitar and warbled croon. It’s these tracks that show how Forrest’s angel-hair ambient dirge hangs from the ceilings in his palace of ghostly folk. Ensorcell Qori is the type of weary loner folk we’ve come to love from Elijah, and if you like listening to abstract music that lifts you as much as it splits you, vibe on it. Let it swallow you whole and feel the water shake from your psyche as your surface.
Caethua - Red Moon
Caethua
Red Moon
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Bathetic)
17,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The mysterious and enchanting CLARE HUBBARD strides slowly out of the forest, guitar in hand ready to make her presence felt, finite and powerful, with Red Moon. While Red Moon can be classified as a folk record, it packs a punch. This is a record that swells as well as it swaggers. Hubbard brings to mind classics such as Karen Dalton and Judee Sill, while managing to even cross the boundaries and bring to mind even PJ Harvey. There’s moments of wonderful dissonance packed between the fuzzy ruckus and burners. Deep droners that Hubbard can chant and moan incantations atop of. In a way, it’s a hard album to exactly define, while it resides under the blanket genre folk. It falls right in line with Bathetic’s musical presence and list of musical weirdos standing out, doing their own thing. Hubbard is a pioneer, stalwart and striding. She’s brought a wonderful rock and roll album to the table, folky and weird and psychedelic. This album will stand head and shoulders above a lot of so-called folk-rockers. Hubbard’s been in this game for a long time now, and she’s spent a lot of time tucked away, perfecting a beautiful record.
Lee Noble - Ruiner
Lee Noble
Ruiner
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Bathetic)
18,89 €* 20,99 € -10%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
LEE NOBLE has stepped out from behind his lair walls to unveil Ruiner, the follow-up to 2011's show-stopping Horrorism. Noble is progressing with his vaporous sound, once again turning the idea of pop music elemental and stealing your heart. There's a warbling, home-spun quality to Ruiner, with it's atmosphere soaked in the warmest of fuzzy hiss, guitars woven into and around organs, and Noble's voice, a combination of moans and whispers. Ruiner doesn't just pick up where Horrorism left off, it moves beyond it, with its hooks and with its drive. Ruiner is an album that will dominate you. It's a record that demands full attention, start to finish. It's a full album in every sense of the word; each part compliments the other, but it is absolutely a collection of songs. Noble isn't just walking in fields of ambient air and drone dirges, he's bending and manipulating sounds and textures to craft his art. It straddles between a world of ethereal experimental music and fleshed out indie-rock. Weighing heavier on the former, it finds itself a Grouper-meets-Radiohead in a basement type affair. He has created a sound that feels familiar, comfortable, and lived-in-but it's entirely his own sound. You immediately know when you're listening to Lee Noble. With Ruiner, the sounds are worn well, they've been thought about, they've been executed with Noble's delicate touch, and they've been strung together beautifully. Ruiner is an ardent record, and it's a heavy listen, that'll have you introspective and reflecting. It's unquestionably both haunting and gorgeous, but what else would you expect from Lee Noble?
Villages - Theories Of Ageing
Villages
Theories Of Ageing
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Bathetic)
15,19 €* 18,99 € -20%
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Asheville, NC's ROSS GENTRY takes his time fine-tuning his art. Theories Of Ageing is a pinnacle; prime example of the painstaking process a true artist can go through to sculpt a masterpiece. Gentry picks up his VILLAGES mantle and flows beyond himself, taking his delicate sounds to an epic field of staggering, emotional landscapes. Theories Of Ageing takes a sound process, weaving elements together, and in its finality, what's what is left in the wind. Delicate floating synth atmosphere with open-tuned acoustic guitar strums, banjo and piano slide in and out of the spaces, creating an entirely enchanting, if a bit haunting record. As a reference, Villages takes on a level of ambient artistry seen throughout the works of Labradford or Stars Of The Lid; never scared to embrace more than just textural sound layers; but also build, mould, and shape pure music. This is not background art. Recorded in the colder months of 2011 and 2012, snug and secluded, Gentry constructed a timeless piece-nostalgic in feeling, with an underlying optimistic emotion. Setting the overall mood, Theories of Ageing is layered with acoustic instruments at it's foundation-a pump organ, acoustic guitars, banjo, piano. An eclectic group of electric and analog instruments, field and voice recordings are carefully woven throughout. Recorded onto both reel to reel and digital formats, Theories is soaked with texture allowing for its vibrant consciousness to breathe. Villages is a force to be reckoned with, and we expect even more sincere greatness to come. Theories Of Ageing is a pristine record, full-force, beautiful, and robust in a tender way
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