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Laura Gibson - The Easy Way / Animals
Tim Rutili & Craig Ross - 10 Secods To Collapse
1939 Ensemble - New Cinema
1939 Ensemble
New Cinema
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Jealous Butcher)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
It is common, when describing an album, to reference the stylings of similar groups, thereby assuring the purchaser of a compatible listening experience. And yet, such a common task arrives at truly uncommon results when attempting to define and compare the multi-dimensional experience of 1939 Ensemble’s fourth release, New Cinema. If experiencing casually, the listener might catch moments of rhythmic guitar-and-hi-hat symbiosis akin to Battles, reverberating trumpet calls harkening to Miles Davis, effects-heavy swells that could have graced Jaga Jazzist’s mighty A Livingroom Hush or head-turning beat drops as deep as Amon Tobin’s Supermodified. But this album refuses to be shoehorned within a Venn Diagram of genres and artists any more than the unique artists compared here. José Medeles (The Breeders) and David Coniglio once again call upon the fundamentals of heart-pounding drum beats beneath a palette of smoky vibraphone to craft what has become their defiant signature sound, but push the limit still further with a fervor that the founding duo of 1939 Ensemble seem to relish. This release acts as a true coming-of-age story for the group, solidifying the incomparable talents of multi-instrumentalists Josh Thomas (trumpet / synth) and Knate Carter (guitar / vibraphone) as the band arrives fully at the musical tale these four were destined to tell, together.
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1939 Ensemble - Beats & Saints
No. 2 - What Does Good Luck Bring?
No. 2
What Does Good Luck Bring?
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Jealous Butcher)
10,99 €* 21,99 € -50%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
In 2002, singer/songwriter NEIL GUST found himself untethered. He was frustrated by a career marked by the “could have been” promise of HEATMISER, the Portland indie rock band he formed with Elliott Smith. The band was a vital institution unfairly reduced to a footnote in Smith’s broader story. Following the breakup of Heatmiser, Gust formed NO. 2. The group’s No Memory was released in 1999. After bassist Gilly Ann Hanner (Calamity Jane) departed, Gust recruited bassist Jim Talstra (The Minus 5) to join him alongside drummer Paul Pulvirenti. With What Does Good Luck Bring?, the second album by Gust’s rock & roll band No. 2, he confronted the bummers of 30-something malaise head on. A charged pop record blending British Invasion melodies, bold choruses, and chiming power pop, it’s an album defined by battered strength, a document of personal realization in the face of disillusion. Familiar guests stopped by too. The LP features contributions by Joanna Bolme (The Jicks) and w and Jealous Butcher’s 2017 reissue—presenting the album on vinyl for the first time—also includes the bonus track “Who’s Behind The Door,” an unreleased recording which reunites Gust with his Heatmiser bandmate Elliott Smith and drummer John Moen (The Decemberists), offering a taste of what future collaborations could have sounded like if not for Smith’s passing in 2003. Fifteen years after its initial release to little fanfare, that ache still resonates. Both exuberant and bruised, the album’s unafraid to confront reality honestly.
Geraldine Fibbers, The - Lost Somewhere Between The earth And My Home
Builders, The & The Butchers - Dead Reckoning
Eyelids - Or
Slow Moses - Charity Binge
Builders, The & The Butchers - Salvation Is A Deep Dark Well
Builders, The & The Butchers
Salvation Is A Deep Dark Well
LP | 2009 | US | Reissue (Jealous Butcher)
22,99 €*
Release:2009 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
First time on vinyl since 2009. The Builders & The Butchers entered the studio with acclaimed & beloved PDX musician & producer Chris Funk (Decemberists) to craft their new album, replete with over 50 different musicians ranging from the Portland Flash Choir, a gospel choir, Portland Cello Project, string quartets & even horn sections. "The band is devoted to the creation/destruction dichotomy, along with an American roots music aesthetic & punk attitude." - Prefix.
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Califone - Sometimes Good Weather Follows Bad People
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