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Lala Lala - The Lamb
Protomartyr - The Agent Intellect
Shannon & The Clams - Gone By The Dawn Limited Edition Colored Vinyl
Shannon and the Clams - Dreams In The Rat House
Chastity Belt - Chastity Belt
Chastity Belt
Chastity Belt
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Hardly Art)
17,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Vinyl includes mp3 coupon.Initial run of vinyl will be on Light Green transparent.Chastity Belt talks a lot about intention these days-how to be more present with each other. The four piece-Julia Shapiro (vocals, guitar, drums), Lydia Lund (vocals, guitar), Gretchen Grimm (drums, vocals, guitar) and Annie Truscott (bass)-is nine years deep in this, after all. It seems now, more than ever, that circuit is a movement of intentionality, one that creates a space inside which they can be themselves, among themselves. It's a space where the euphoria of making music with your best friends is protected from the outside world's churning expectations. It's a kind of safe zone for the band to occupy as their best selves: a group of friends who love each other. Their fourth record, Chastity Belt, comes out of that safe space. After a restorative few months on hiatus in 2018, each member worked on solo material or toured with other bands. "So much of the break was reminding ourselves to stay present, and giving ourselves permission to stop without saying when were gonna meet up again," says guitarist Lydia Lund. "It was so important to have that-not saying, 'we're gonna get back together at this point,' but really just open it up so we could get back to our present connection." Their experience navigating adult life within the strange seasons of the music industry has Chastity Belt orienting themselves towards whatever gets them to feel the most present with each other, in any part of the band grind. With the luxury of spending several weeks in the studio with Jay Som's Melina Duterte, Chastity Belt was able to experiment. The new self-titled album is the work of the band playing "old songs, and trying new things on top of it," like adding more dynamic harmonies and violin, says bassist Annie Truscott. Lydia, Gretchen, and Julia all share lead vocals on different tracks on the album. The result is their most sonically developed and nuanced record yet; one that's not only a product of, but a series of reflections on wha...
Lala Lala - Sleepyhead
Lala Lala
Sleepyhead
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Hardly Art)
20,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
This pressing of Sleepyhead includes new artwork and LP copies arrive on cloud-colored vinyl. Originally released in October 2016 as a long-since sold-out self-released cassette, Hardly Art is proud to announce that Sleepyhead, the debut full-length from celebrated Chicago band Lala Lala, will be available for the first time ever on LP and CD (along with a new run of cassettes). Recorded in a basement over the course of five days during a typically-inhospitable Midwestern winter, Sleepyhead is an auspicious-if, at the time, criminally overlooked-debut effort from the young songwriter Lillie West and her then-lineup of supporting players (Abby Black on drums and Karl Bernasconi on bass). Unlike 2018's critically-acclaimed The Lamb, Sleepyhead is a rawer, more punked-up album with fewer lyrical metaphors obfuscating it's intimate, direct emotionality. Committed to tape in an urgent outburst of creative energy, the self-produced record eschews overdubs and takes unfussy aim at the listener's ears, heart, and the lump in their throat. Album standout "Fuck With Your Friends" was a breakthrough moment for West-it was the first song she ever wrote, one that tumbled out of her fully-formed, setting her on the path that's led to her recent successes. Its also emblematic of Sleepyhead's confessionalism and fearless forthrightness: "I drink more than I want to 'cause it makes you easier to talk to / And what you're saying is boring," West sings.
Julia Shapiro - Perfect Version
Versing - 10000
Shana Cleveland - Night Of The Worm Moon
Jenn Champion - Single Rider
La Luz - Floating Features
V.A. - Hardly Released
V.A.
Hardly Released
Tape | 2017 | US | Original (Hardly Art)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Often referred to as Sub Pop's "sister label," Hardly Art is an offshoot of Sub Pop designed to spotlight emerging talent. While the label's initial focus was local when it started up in 2007, over the past decade it has expanded beyond the Cascade region to welcome artists from all over the United States and abroad to a roster that has grown increasingly varied and eclectic, encompassing the sounds of garage rock, post-punk, surf rock, power pop, electronic, and other debatably useful genre descriptors. With the goal of cultivating a stable of vital, young, and relatively undiscovered bands, Hardly Art journeyed underground while a booming Sub Pop stayed above the surface (though both operate out of a shared office space in downtown Seattle). Since its inception and immediate worldwide reception as a paradigm-shifting, taste-making powerhouse (wink), Hardly Art has expanded its staff and broadened its purview along the way to include dubiously profitable ventures like reissues, EPs, one-off seven inches, and cassettes. Now, Hardly Art will try its hand at another experiment: a compilation to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Hardly Released: Bedroom Recordings, Demos, Rarities, Unreleased, and Widely Ignored Material-available June 2nd on cassette and digital formats-makes a strong case for Hardly Art's sonic diversity. Spanning a decade of recordings, the seventeen tracks of Hardly Released culls together a wide-ranging assortment of songs from the label's history, including a little-heard gem from Hardly Art's inaugural signing (Arthur & Yu) and a tune from Chastity Belt's I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone sessions, the label's most recent release. The full list of contributors includes Colleen Green, The Dutchess & the Duke, Fergus & Geronimo, Gazebos, Grave Babies, Hausu, Hunx & His Punx, IAN SWEET, Jacuzzi Boys, Jenn Champion, La Luz, The Moondoggies, Protomartyr, Seapony, and Shannon and the Clams. Bedroom recordings, demos, rarities, unreleased, and widely ignored material!
Chastity Belt - I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone Black Vinyl Edition
Chastity Belt
I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Hardly Art)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Chastity Belt are back with new album ’I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone’!

The record is being previewed with new single ‘Different Now’, which also has its own shiny video.

‘I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone’ is the follow-up to the band’s 2015 album ‘Time To Go Home’ and the new viddy for ‘Different Now’ parodies Temple of the Dog’s ‘Hunger Strike’ clip.
La Luz - Weirdo Shrine
La Luz
Weirdo Shrine
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Hardly Art)
19,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For the follow-up to their excellent 2013 debut record It’s Alive, La Luz worked with Ty Segall who engineered and produced the LP recorded primarily at a surf shop in San Dimas, California. To capture the growing sophistication of their live shows honed over a year and a half of extensive touring, much of Weirdo Shrine was recorded live with all four members sharing the same space. Segall describes the record as a “world…burning with colors [he’d] never seen, like mauve that is living.”
Chastity Belt - Time To Go Home
Protomartyr - Under Color Of Official Right
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