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Mercury Program, The - New Myths
Milemarker - Overseas
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Frodus - Soundlab
Milemaker - Conditional Love / Recognition
Frodus - 1995 / 1998
1995 / 1998
7" | 2015 | US | Original (Lovitt)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
While working on the layout for the reissue of Frodus’ final LP, And We Washed Our Weapons in the Sea, guitarist/vocalist Shelby Cinca stumbled onto a note that bassist Nathan Burke had given to him in 2001. The letter contained thoughts around a possible Frodus reunion and about Weapons, which had—after a long delay—only just then been released. Along with the letter was a tape, which contained Burke’s cover of the early Frodus tune, “Tzo Boy,” which he had recorded on a four-track in 1995, two years before joining the band. Nathan’s rendition takes a grungey teenage Frodus song and turns it into a heartfelt shoegaze gem, with the last lyrics hauntingly ringing, “I’m never coming back…”. That song and letter provide the A-side and cover art of this single. The B-side is a demo of the Weapons track, “There Will Be No More Scum,” which was recorded at the legendary Pirate House in Washington, DC by JUAN CARRERA. It’s a raw and intense take on the song, put to tape a year before the sessions for the full-length. This 7” is a must for Frodus completists, as it closes out the story of this era of Frodus and reveals heartfelt inner workings of the band as they truly washed their weapons in the sea.
Wedding Dress - Loom / Heavy Earth
Des Ark - Live At WXDU Volume 3
Des Ark
Live At WXDU Volume 3
LP | 2010 | US | Reissue (Lovitt)
13,99 €*
Release:2010 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
To say Aimee Argote is a prolific songwriter is a complete understatement. She's constantly creating and touring and you shouldn't miss an opportunity to see her perform live. Sometimes, those shows are loud—Aimée blowing up the room with a backing band and a wall full of amplifiers. Not always, though. Just as frequently, she plays acoustic, dialing the volume back to an intimate, living room-appropriate level. This is one of those performances. The 9 songs on this 12" were recorded live on WXDU 88.7 by Ross Grady in January of 2010 and were performed by a solo DES ARK—that means it's just Aimée with her guitar and voice, backed occasionally by guitarist Johnny Ward (Pygmy Lush). The vinyl is a coke bottle clear color and the cover art features a two-color screen-print. This is a reissue of the Paramnesia Records version which is now out of print.
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