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Peach Kelli Pop - Lucky Star
Peach Kelli Pop
Lucky Star
7" | 2020 | US | Original (Lauren)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 23.10.2020
Peach Kelli Pop is a musical project conceived of by songwriter Allie Hanlon. In 2009, in her hometown of Ottawa, Canada, Hanlon taught herself to play guitar and bass, arrange songs and record them. Theband is now based in Southern California, after Hanlon relocated in 2013. Peach Kelli Pop has toured extensively both domestically and internationally, making frequent trips to Japan. With four full-length releases and a handful of singles under her belt, Hanlon is joined by bassist Allison Young, guitarist Gordon Smith and drummer Daniel Pope, who bring Hanlon's gritty, melodic pop songs to life.
Lousy - Perspective, A Lovely Hand To Hold
Lousy
Perspective, A Lovely Hand To Hold
LP | 2019 | US | Original (Lauren)
18,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Perspective, A Lovely Hand To Hold is a 4-piece emo rock band from New Hampshire. They have never been ones to hop on a bandwagon. Even on their first release the band was clearly trying to cultivate their own power pop version of emo. Catalogued somewhere between Grown Ups and Motion City Soundtrack, the Nashua natives are back with that sound but even more ambitious on Lousy, their latest full length and first release on Lauren Records.
Mike Huguenor - X'ed
Mike Huguenor
X'ed
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Lauren)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 23.10.2020
Like most young musicians, Mike Huguenor got his first guitar before he was a teenager, and like all good punks do, he started his first band shortly thereafter. Since then, he’s played with a who’s who of punk and indie bands such as Classics Of Love, Hard Girls, Shinobu, Jeff Rosenstock, Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room, The Bruce Lee Band, and Kitty Kat Fan Club, just to name a few. Over the years, Huguenor has played a lot of guitar and written a ton of songs for a lot of different bands, but with X’ed, his first solo LP, he’s doing something totally new. The 10 tracks that make up X’ed are all instrumental, and every sound you hear on the record was made with a guitar. That’s not to say it’s a non-stop shred fest. Instead, it’s the next step in the evolution of a songwriter who found himself without a band to play with. “The album title comes from every band I’ve ever been in being gentrified out of San Jose,” says Huguenor. “Because all those other people were X’ed out, it was just me and my guitar. So it was like, ‘What if I created the music that would be for a band, but the band is just me and my guitar now?’
Diners - Leisure World
Diners
Leisure World
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Lauren)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Leisure World is the latest album from singer-songwriter Tyler Blue Broderick, who performs with the project Diners. Not only is it the most eclectic and ambitious album in the songwriter’s (already muscular) catalog to date—it’s one of the catchiest, most realized indie pop records released in years. Like all of their work, Leisure World—which Broderick scrapped and rerecorded several times before landing on an aesthetic they found satisfactory— draws on the most enduring aspects of pop’s past. Its 13 tracks bring to mind the technicolored melodies of ‘60s pop icons like the Beatles and Zombies, the chilled-out pop proficiency of Laurel Canyon legends like Carole King, and the wry, observational story-telling of Jonathan Richman, and, to cite a more recent artist, Jens Lekman. Despite that, Leisure World is a not a cynical or even Tired-sounding record. This is maybe best exemplified by the album’s penultimate track, “Thanks For Listening,” which is gobsmacking in its warmth and earnestness. Performed by anyone other than Diners, “Thanks For Listening”—which the band closed every show with when I toured with them this past spring—would scan sardonic. But I can say with almost complete certainty that Tyler is being serious, which is a beautiful thing. They love the attention, but they also realize they’d be nothing without the people who love them and their music.
Diners - Leisure World
Diners
Leisure World
Tape | 2020 | US | Original (Lauren)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Leisure World is the latest album from singer-songwriter Tyler Blue Broderick, who performs with the project Diners. Not only is it the most eclectic and ambitious album in the songwriter’s (already muscular) catalog to date—it’s one of the catchiest, most realized indie pop records released in years. Like all of their work, Leisure World—which Broderick scrapped and rerecorded several times before landing on an aesthetic they found satisfactory— draws on the most enduring aspects of pop’s past. Its 13 tracks bring to mind the technicolored melodies of ‘60s pop icons like the Beatles and Zombies, the chilled-out pop proficiency of Laurel Canyon legends like Carole King, and the wry, observational story-telling of Jonathan Richman, and, to cite a more recent artist, Jens Lekman. Despite that, Leisure World is a not a cynical or even Tired-sounding record. This is maybe best exemplified by the album’s penultimate track, “Thanks For Listening,” which is gobsmacking in its warmth and earnestness. Performed by anyone other than Diners, “Thanks For Listening”—which the band closed every show with when I toured with them this past spring—would scan sardonic. But I can say with almost complete certainty that Tyler is being serious, which is a beautiful thing. They love the attention, but they also realize they’d be nothing without the people who love them and their music.
Upset - Upset
Upset
Upset
LP | 2019 | US | Original (Lauren)
21,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 13.11.2020
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