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Monomyth - Happy Pop Family
Evaporators - Ogopogo Punk
Monomyth - Happy Pop Family
Supermoon - Playland
Heaven For Real - Kill Your Memory
Jay Arner - Jay II
Heaven For Real - Kill Your Memory
Jay Arner - Jay II
Supermoon - Playland
V.A. - Citr Pop Alliance Volume 4
V.A.
Citr Pop Alliance Volume 4
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Mint)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
4th edition of this compilation series features 11 songs from some of Vancouver's freshest acts like Ora Cogan, The Shilohs, Genderdog, Jerk Jails, & more.
Fake Tears - Nightshifting
Fake Tears
Nightshifting
LP | 2015 | CA | Original (Mint)
11,39 €* 18,99 € -40%
Release:2015 / CA – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Before joining together as Fake Tears, Larissa Loyva and Elisha May Rembold were already established singers and songwriters in their own right. The former released two spectral albums under the name Kellarissa, toured the world as a live member of Destroyer and How To Dress Well, and played in past Mint Records acts P:Ano and The Choir Practice; the latter leads the folk-rock band the Lost Lovers Brigade and is a member of Shimmering Stars. The pair first collaborated when Loyva joined the lineup of Lost Lovers, and honed their chemistry during a stint as backup vocalists in the funky local ensemble Cool TV. Their current project dates back to 2012, when Loyva and Rembold got together as part of a larger ensemble. “I thought I’d make an all-woman supergroup,” Loyva remembers. “We started with five, and then, after a couple of months and a couple of practices, we were down to two. And then it just stuck.” This stripped-down duo lineup carved out a new sound focused around haunting, buzzy synths and angelically soaring harmonies. The friends developed their talents as beat-makers, providing a pulsing backdrop for their shadowy synth-pop songs, and perfected their material during frequent live shows. Nightshifting is a radiant collection of sparkling electro-pop that is simultaneously spooky and infectious, nocturnal and pop-friendly. The key to Fake Tears’ success: separately, they have distinct and beautiful voices, but together, they seamlessly combine to make something that’s even greater than the sum of its parts.
Tough Age - Plays Cub’s Hot Dog Day
Tough Age
Plays Cub’s Hot Dog Day
7" | 2015 | US | Original (Mint)
7,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Limited edition for Record Store day 2015!
Faith Healer - Cosmic Troubles
Faith Healer
Cosmic Troubles
LP | 2015 | CA | Original (Mint)
19,99 €*
Release:2015 / CA – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Long before Jessica Jalbert began recording under the Faith Healer moniker, she fostered a tight collaborative friendship with fellow Edmonton-bred polymath Renny Wilson. They’ve made boppy garage rock in Tee-Tahs, kicked up a racket in Punk Explosion, and even played in a smattering of cover bands. In 2011, Wilson was a key contributor to Jalbert’s solo album Brother Loyola. So when Jalbert set about creating her first album as Faith Healer, she naturally called on her old buddy to help out. The result of these productive sessions is the debut LP Cosmic Troubles. Jalbert wrote this material while absorbing a steady diet of psychedelic rock from the ’60s and ’70s. This fixation translates into inventive songs that combine the sun-kissed sparkle of classic pop harmonies with head-swimming trippiness and forays into thundering fuzz. She and Wilson played all of the instruments themselves, with the latter also handling production duties. Cosmic Troubles captures the warmth of the Summer of Love along with an eclectic sense of anything-goes adventurousness. Opener “Acid” finds Jalbert renouncing hallucinogens after a bad trip, but the wah-laced fretwork suggests that she might still be feeling some of the drug’s after-effects. “Canonized,” on the other hand, swaps out woozy psych for speaker-assaulting distortion, its titanic chorus sounding like a long-lost hit from the grunge generation. Expanding the palette even further, the blissfully airy hooks of “Until the World Lets Me Go” are bathed in watery guitar jangle, while “Angel Eyes” begins with pensive pastoral plucking before unexpectedly speeding up during its cloudburst finale. Clearly, Jalbert and Wilson bring the best out in one another. They have already covered a lot of ground over the years, but Cosmic Troubles is their greatest triumph.
Renny Wilson - Sugarglider
Renny Wilson
Sugarglider
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Mint)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Pop
After almost a decade of struggle, strain and delay, the debut record from Edmontonian Renny Wilson sees the light. Sugarglider draws from disco keystones like “Bad Girls” and Arthur Russell as well as elements of chillwave, krautrock and a healthy dose of Haunted Graffiti, employing bold, tempo-matched digital delay.
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