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Elliott Smith - Either / Or
Kleenex / Liliput - First Songs
Kleenex / Liliput
First Songs
2LP | 2016 | US | Original (Kill Rock Stars)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Legendary Swiss punk band from the late 70s. You can't dispute Liliput's status as pioneers of feminist art-punk. Along with fellow travelers like the Slits and the Raincoats, this (mostly) female Swiss group took advantage of punk's anything-goes attitude and created jittery, spirited pop that was both in step with the times and completely singular. The early material is a riot of exuberant energy, taking stylistic cues from peers like Gang of Four and Wire-- propulsive bass, skittering pop rhythms, slashing guitars-- and adding distinctive overlapping vocal patterns, which are sung, shrieked, and hiccupped in three languages and made- up dadaistic slang. More than 20 years on, it still sounds fresh. - Lisa Gidley
Bratmobile - Pottymouth
LP | 1993 | US | Reissue (Kill Rock Stars)
19,99 €*
Release:1993 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Along with Bikini Kill, they spearheaded the riot grrrl revolution of the early 1990s. Pink vinyl reissue of 1993 album.
Cindy Wilson of The B-52's - Change
Cindy Wilson of The B-52's
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Kill Rock Stars)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Known the world over as a vocalist, songwriter, and founding member of the one and only B-52s, Cindy Wilson has made a truly extraordinary solo debut with her new Change (Kill Rock Stars). The album – which arrives just in time to celebrate the legendary singer’s fortieth anniversary in the musical spotlight – marks a milestone for Wilson, abounding with pop creativity, ingenious production, confident songcraft, and deeply felt emotion.
Filthy Friends - Invitation
Filthy Friends
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Kill Rock Stars)
16,14 €* 16,99 € -5%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Invitation is the debut album by Filthy Friends, the new supergroup from Corin Tucker (Sleater-Kinney), Peter Buck (R.E.M.), Kurt Bloch (The Fastbacks), Scott McCaughey (Young Fresh Fellows, The Minus 5) and Bill Rieflin (King Crimson). The 12-song collection works through a flurry of different moods and styles, genre exercises and joyous experiments. The intricate guitar knots and blasts of bubblegum pop of Bucks beloved Television are all over the herky-jerky Windmill. A mashup of 60s downer vibes and rootsy rumblings makes up the marvelous Second Life whereas Come Back Shelley is all swagger and glitz in the style of a lost glam rock 45. There aint nothing this band cant do with the wet clay of rock music and what they sculpt out of it is pure art.
Summer Cannibals - Full Of It
Wimps - Suitcase
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Kill Rock Stars)
13,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Seattle based punk-rock-slackers-in-chief wimps are a three-piece comprised of scene veterans Rachel Ratner (Butts) on guitar and lead vocals, Matt Nyce (Meth Teeth) on bass and backing vocals, and Dave Ramm (The Intelligence) on drums. Wimps serve their own brand of rapid-fire punk with a smattering of lo-fi post punk guitar work to create an angular, slightly off-kilterblast. Ratner lyrically twists otherwise common dayto-day woes into relatable tales of struggle shout-sung call and response stabs that champion boredom, laziness and social anxieties with wiry riffs and punchy bass lines, propelled by the measured rhythms of drummer David Ramm.
Horse Feathers - So It Is With Us
Horse Feathers
So It Is With Us
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Kill Rock Stars)
13,59 €* 16,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Horse Feathers’ fourth album on Kill Rock Stars turns over a new leaf: Justin Ringle, the man behind all ten years of Horse Feathers, has the following to say about the making of this album, and the current state of his band: “I wanted to stop. I did all the touring for my fourth record – "Cynic's New Year" – and ended the year 2012 disillusioned and defeated. I didn't touch my guitar for months, which was the longest I had gone in about 15 years. I thought that my career in music was over and wondered if I even wanted to do it anymore. After an arduous period of selfdoubt and discovery, I finally arrived at the enlightened idea that maybe it should just be a little more fun. I had grown weary of talking to people after shows who said that my last record “helped them through their divorce”. I have always been flattered by that sort of thing, but I realized what I wanted to hear was how my last record helped them “have a great weekend”. If you have heard any of my previous records you will realize that this transformation from “divorce” band to “weekend” band would be a tall order. And it was! I wouldn’t say we’ve become a “party band” overnight, but I certainly tried to change things a bit. I enlisted friends to play with me that I trusted and had known for years. Along with longtime bandmates Nathan Crockett (strings/mandolin) and Dustin Dybvig (percusion/drums/keys), I threw Justin Power (bass/vocals) into the mix to have an honest to god rhythm section for the first time. With Lauren Vidal on cello and Brad Parsons singing harmonies, we played an impromptu show at Sasquatch and people liked it. We liked it, and the unusual feeling that I had after that show – which I think is referred to as “joy” – became something I wanted to experience again. I shared more. I stopped editing myself as much. The joy of playing live became its own reward, and I dared myself to allow that joy to shape the songwriting. In the end, I was able to let it go, and I don't own it anymore. Which also feels like joy. That's the way it was, and so it is with us.”
Kinski - Cosy Moments
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