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A.A. Williams - Songs From Isolation Black & White Splattered Vinyl Edition
Abay - Love And Distortion Red Vinyl Edition
Abbas Mehrpouya - Soul Raga: Anthology
Abbas Mehrpouya
Soul Raga: Anthology
3LP | 2013 | US | Original (Pharaway Sounds)
33,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Collected from several 45s & his one lp issued between 1968-76, please enjoy Pharaway Sounds' introduction to Iranian sitarist, the debonair Abbas Mehrpouya (1927-1993). Tehran's most exotic musician led a swank & cosmopolitan life, and his deep, low voice lends itself easily to bursting arrangements of snazzy lounge funk. Get your ears on the cuts that have been making DJs drool across Europe and the States. And while you're at it, introduce yourself to the aching, tear-filled flute & organ dirges of Mehrpouya's earlier years. The most complete overview of his career ever released, so don't miss one sumptuous instant.
Abdou El Omari - Nuits De Printemps
Abdou El Omari
Nuits De Printemps
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Radio Martiko)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Part 3 of the Abdoul El Omari trilogy. For the first time on vinyl.
Abner Jay - Depression / I'm So Depressed
Abner Jay
Depression / I'm So Depressed
7" | 2019 | US | Original (Mississippi)
7,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Two versions of an Abner Jay classic! On the A side we have a rockin' R&B version of Abner's signature tune, originally released under the band name 'Koko Joe and the Job Hunters.' Side B features a beautiful one man band version with an extended ending. A beautiful little record!
AC/DC - Let There Be Rock
AC/DC
Let There Be Rock
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Epic)
19,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Digitally remastered European vinyl LP pressing of this 1977 release from the Australian Hard Rockers, reissued to coincide with their 2008 studio release and world tour. Eight tracks.
AC/DC - Live At Old Waldorf In San Francisco September 3, 1977
AC/DC - Live At River Plate
AC/DC - The Many Faces Of Ac/Dc
AC/DC - Who Made Who
AC/DC
Who Made Who
LP | 1986 | EU | Reissue (Epic)
14,99 €*
Release:1986 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Digitally remastered European vinyl LP pressing of this 1986 release from the Australian Hard Rockers, reissued to coincide with their 2008 studio release and world tour. Nine tracks
Accordo Dei Contrari - Violato Intatto
Accordo Dei Contrari
Violato Intatto
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Ma.ra.cash)
38,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
This double vinyl is much more than a reissue of Violate Intatto, acclaimed by a large part of the specialized critics as one of the best progressive rock albums in the world for 2017, as well as the musical production of Accordo dei Contrari up to now. The original album is here embellished by two additional unreleased tracks, Onta Anexelenkta and Crash, recorded in February 2018, whose insertion entailed a reconfiguration and conceptual redefinition of the sequences entitled Violato (disc 1, sides A and B) and Intatto (disc 2, sides C and D): Onta Anexelenkta, an inventive re-reading of themes from the album Kinesis (2007), enriches the fresco of clear dramatic darki; Crash ranges from balance to excess. The result is four completely renewed sections: Violated, aggressive and dynamic in the first part (disc 1, side A), impetuous and experimental in the second part (disc 1, side B), with the Usil ending acting as a caesura, almost to accompany the listener to a state of suspension and waiting; Intact, oneiric and enigmatic in the first part (disk 2, side C), brilliant but also contemplative in the second part (disk 2, side D).
Ace Of Cups, The - It's Bad For You But Buy It! 180g Edition
Ace Of Cups, The
It's Bad For You But Buy It! 180g Edition
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Ace)
21,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Selected tracks from the band’s Big Beat CD of 2003, plus a previously unissued version of ‘Simplicity’. Pressed on 180g black vinyl in a thick cardboard sleeve with copious notes on inner bag.
Acid Mothers Temple & Infinity Rising Zero - In Search Of Highs Volume 4
Acid Mothers Temple & Infinity Rising Zero
In Search Of Highs Volume 4
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Riot Season)
21,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Limited Edition Black Vinyl LP. 500 Copies Worldwide Only, Full Colour Outer Sleeve With Black Polylined Inner BAG & Download Code.
Aenigmatum - Deconsecrate Black Vinyl Edition
Afghan Whigs, The - Congregation Loser Edition
Alabama 3 - Hits & Exit Wounds
Alain Peters - Rest' La Maloya
Alain Peters
Rest' La Maloya
LP | CH | Reissue (Bongo Joe)
19,99 €*
Release:CH – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Repress with different artwork! Alain Péters is one of the best-kept secrets in the music scene of the Indian Ocean and beyond. His music is a unique blend of Creole blues, maloya and international folk. Péters travelled through the '70s and the '80s like a shooting star, alone or with a band, with his Sahelian lute, his reel-to-reel tape recorder, firewater and ill-fated genius. He died in 1995, aged 43. Poet, musician, singer and melody-maker, he left behind a handful of sublime songs which are gathered here for the first time on vinyl.
Alarm, The - Sigma
Alarm, The
Sigma
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (21St Century)
23,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sigma acts as a sequel to 2018’s critically acclaimed Equals release and features musical contributions from original Alarm guitarist Dave Sharp and Billy Duffy from The Cult.
Alex Maas Of The Black Angels - Luca
Alex Maas Of The Black Angels
Luca
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Basin Rock)
22,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The music of Alex Maas has always mesmerised. Now, on his soul-baring solo debut Luca, the Texan and Black Angels singer's journey is taking an equally hypnotic detour along the wild trails of his indigenous homestead. Driven by the force of nature, each phase of life is celebrated through songs of love, hope, human connection whilst navigating perils of modern society and tentatively facing the darkness. “I’m trying to find balance in the insane world we live in,” reveals Alex. “Is shit scary? Yes. Is life beautiful and filled with hope and inspiration? Yes. You have to go into the dark to appreciate the light and vice versa. Everything isn't always peachy, one day you are walking through a beautiful field and get bit by a rattlesnake because you are blinded by the colourful flowers. It’s ok to be afraid, sad and fearful because you need it to appreciate all the beauty the world has to offer.” Like the echoes of nature that Alex grew up around Luca dances like dandelions on a breeze but is spiked with a squint of suspicion as its percussion shimmers like that cautionary rattlesnake. His album crackles with the vintage warmth of Grace Slick or smoky melodies of Nico, rising like a campfire’s embers whilst taking cues from Beth Gibbons, Sam Cooke, Lee Hazlewood, Vashti Bunyan, Mississippi John Hurt, and Huun-Huur-Tu. “I like music that makes me feel like I’m entering a magical place. I’m drawn to those whose voice sounds like it’s coming from the forest,” he says. Recorded at Space Flight Studios in Austin Luca was an evolutionary project with some early songs worked up from their acoustic origins whilst others were written more recently. Co-produced with long-time collaborator Brett Orrison, the record began its transformation from loner folk leanings to a worldlier embrace. Calling upon members of The Black Angels, Wide Spread Panic, Mien, the Sword, Jack White’s band the Eels. Stepping out on his own Maas is walking along his own untrodden path, offering an honest and true account of what has passed and what may yet come. Luca sings from the soul, is believable and could well be everything the world needs right now.
Alex Mofa Gang - Die Reise Zum Mittelmaß Der Erde
Alex Mofa Gang - Perspektiven
Alexander - Alexander
Alexis Zoumbas - Fire On The Bayou
All Aboard! - The Rules Of Distraction Colored Vinyl Edition
All Them Witches - Dying Surfer Meets His Maker
Ammar 808 - Maghreb United
An Autumn For Crippled Children - All Fell Silent, Everything Went Quiet
An Autumn For Crippled Children
All Fell Silent, Everything Went Quiet
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Prosthetic)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
An Autumn For Crippled Children create compositions within the post-black metal genrethat are incredibly fascinating, if not groundbreaking going to such extremes in fusing blackmetal with bright New Wave and shoegaze melodies.
Anaal Nathrakh - In The Constellation Of The Black Widow
Anaal Nathrakh - Passion Colored Vinyl Edition
Anaal Nathrakh - Vanitas Colored Vinyl Edition
Andy Shauf - Party
Ane Brun - How Beauty Holds The Hand Of Sorrow
Angel Olsen - All Mirrors Black Vinyl Edition
Angel Olsen
All Mirrors Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2019 | US | Original (Jagjaguwar)
20,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The descent into darkness is a trope we find time again across history, literature and film. But there’s also an abyss above. There’s a winding white staircase that goes ever upward into the great unknown — each step, each turn, requiring a greater boldness and confidence than the one before. This is the journey on which we find Angel Olsen.

Olsen's artistic beginnings as a collaborator shifted seamlessly to her magnificent, cryptic-to-cosmic solo work, and then she formed bands to play her songs, and her stages and audiences grew exponentially. But all along, Olsen was more concerned with a different kind of path, and on her vulnerable, Big Mood new album, 'All Mirrors,' we can see her taking an introspective deep dive towards internal destinations and revelations. In the process of making this album, she found a new sound and voice, a blast of fury mixed with hard won self-acceptance.
Angel Olsen - Halfway Home
Angel Olsen
Halfway Home
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Bathetic)
20,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Pop
After her highly-acclaimed debut Strange Cacti landed in the hands of listeners, it became very obvious the special presence ANGEL OLSEN offered to listeners. She had a fresh edge to her sound, a warm and wonderful range, and a level of skill and charm out of this world. Obviously, fans ate it up. And now here we are, a mere 2 years since her initial Bathetic release-the original cassette version of Strange Cacti. The release of Half Way Home is something everyone has been excited for. We've always wanted to see and hear what Angel brings out through her music. Half Way Home is a continuation of her elegance brought forth on Strange Cacti, a collection of both new and old music, honed and matured, thoughts revisisted. We're hearing this same beautiful girl with that same beautiful voice, this time brought up to a new level, in no doubt a growth and reach brought on by several roadtrips with the one and only Bonnie Prince Billy and crew. The work of Angel Olsen is entirely her own: a raw, glowing sound that stands out now just as much as it did in 2010. It's an emotional stew with Angel's robust voice up front, bold and engaging, coming out of the background, aching to be heard. Includes an innersleeve with lyrics and notes.
Angel Olsen - My Woman Black Vinyl Edition
Angel Olsen
My Woman Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Jagjaguwar)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
An intuitively smart, warmly communicative, & fearlessly generous record.
Angel Olsen - Strange Cacti
Angel Olsen
Strange Cacti
LP | 2010 | US | Reissue (Bathetic)
22,99 €*
Release:2010 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
REISSUED ON VINYL!!! St. Louis native ANGEL OLSEN has cut her teeth in Chicago the past four years crafting her music into a sincere form of folk music entirely her own. Taking influences from past artists such as Amalia Rodrigues, Timi Yuro and Helen Shapiro, as well as Persian and Turkish folk, Olsen creates something more than just run-of-the-mill "indie folk." Her music is a true emotional release: sincere and honest. Recently, Olsen has spent time on the road and working with Will Oldham (Bonnie Prince Billy) and The Cairo gang. New edition includes a digital download and some shiny stickers.
Angeschissen / Das Moor - Split
Angry Angles - Angry Angles
Anna Calvi - Anna Calvi
Anna von Hausswolff - Ceremony
Anna von Hausswolff
Ceremony
2LP | 2013 | EU | Original (City Slang)
22,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sweden just got talent! New signing on City Slang & Fat Possum and definitely woth to check out!
Annihilation Time - Annihilation Time Clear Vinyl Edition
Annihilation Time
Annihilation Time Clear Vinyl Edition
LP | 2002 | US | Reissue (Indecision)
18,99 €*
Release:2002 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Formed in the summer of 2001, Annihilation Time was born as an idea between touring friends that ended up actually happening and then spending the next decade playing shows and recording records. This album represents their earliest of material and serves as the only recording with original singer, Fred Hammer, with band members who were playing in the bands Fields OF Fire and IN Control. Black Flag/bl’ast! influenced hardcore complete with cover art done by the great Raymond Pettibon.
Annihilator - Never, Neverland Purple Marbled Vinyl Edition
Arab Strap - The Week Never Starts Round Here
Arcade Fire - Reflektor
Arch Enemy - Will To Power
Archaeas, The - The Archaeas
Archaeas, The
The Archaeas
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Goner)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"Tension, anxiety, ominous energy, and the release that comes from vanquishing those mental foes. Specifically, vanquishing them with rock and roll.” That’s how Violet Archaea, guitarist, singer, and leader of Louisville’s THE ArchaeaS describes the themes of their new self-titled album on Goner Records. Beginning as a one-witch band, they now perform as a perfectly-balanced rock trio with frightening power, reflecting punk rock ’n’ roll from the last fifty years—AC/DC, Johnny Thunders’ Heartbreakers and The Dead Boys through The Reatards and Carbonas, even early Ty Segall—but The Archaeas are young enough to soak up sounds, attitudes, riffs and turnarounds from other bands and songs and still push them into their own Battle Royale. The result is one of the most explosive debut albums in recent memory. In the midst of the mud and blood and the riffs, a rhythm starts up. Then guitar and bass blast as one thick bulldozing wall of distortion. The drums kick ass, and the vocals express a yearning, an anguish, and hopefully a release, with all the parts racing until the song is over… quickly. Violet can really play some guitar, but don’t look for solos long enough to get the lighter out for. Some razor cuts and she’s done with it. The Archaeas are the real deal. LP version to follow.
Archspire - Lucid Collective
ARP - Zebra
Asgeir - Satt Icelandic Edition
Ashbringer - Absolution
Ashbringer
Absolution
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Prosthetic)
28,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Limited to 250 copies worldwide! Equal parts brutality, melody and the ethereal, Minneapolis 4 piece, Ashbringer's black metal metamorphosis began in 2013 as the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Nick Stanger. Several releases and tours later, they have perfected their craft on their 3rd full length and Prosthetic Records debut album, Absolution. To be released on June 28th, the double LP will be available on black and a limited-edition magenta/green splatter vinyl variant as well as compact disc and all digital outlets. Stanger got a very early start in music, forming his first band and playing out at age 15. After discovering the likes of Agalloch, Alcest, Fen and others, he decided to start writing and recording for a solo project that would incorporate elements of those bands and become Ashbringer's first album, Vacant. That album was self-released on Stanger's label on April 8th, 2015, which also marked his 18th birthday. Stanger comments, "I kind of thought it would be symbolic to mark my transition to adulthood both literally and musically, as I felt like that album took a lot of discipline for me to make, and artistically it felt like the most 'mature' thing I had ever done" Ashbringer subsequently signed to forward-thinking Italian extreme metal label Avantgarde who reissued Vacant and the band's following 2nd album 'Yügen' which was described by No Clean Signing as "both storming and hypnotic, ferocious and beautiful, with a mix of barbaric and clean vocals." The album also appeared on a few "Best of 2016" lists with Metal Sucks saying "This is art, molded from thin air with discerningly patient hands practicing nothing less than the absolute mastery of a craft. With so goddamn much to appreciate about this album, you better as fuck stop reading and start listening!" From these roots comes 'Absolution' - recorded by the band, with Kris Hilbert (All Hell, Between The Buried and Me) mixing and Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Portrayal of Guilt) brought in to master.
Ashley Monroe - Third Man Live
Ashley Monroe
Third Man Live
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Third Man)
14,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Hailing from Tennessee, this Grammy-nominee and member of Pistol Annies performed live at TMR during last year's Music Biz conference.
August Burns Red - Guardians Limited Transparent Sea Blue Vinyl Edition
Avett Brothers - I And Love And You
B Boys - Dudu
Baboon Show, The - Damnation
Baboon Show, The - People's Republic Of The Baboon Show Green Vinyl Edition
Baboon Show, The
People's Republic Of The Baboon Show Green Vinyl Edition
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Kidnap Music)
19,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Reissue On Green Vinyl.The Swedish Punk Rock Four Piece Acclaimed Much Attendance With The Forerunner "Punkrock Harbour". Since The Band Started In 2003, They Have Become Well Known For Their Furious Live Shows And Earned Rightfully The Reputation To Be One Of The Most Exciting Live Acts In The Genre. Hence Expectations And Suspense Are Highly Leveled. But Nonetheless The Baboon Show Reveals On "People's Republic." That Nothing Leads Them Astray And Once Again They Prove Their Excellence: In A Tremendously Catchy Songwriting! Whether A Short Garage - Punk - Piece, A Groovy Dance - Punk - Monster Or A Real Gem Of A Punky Pop Song, It Is Absolutely Regardless: The Baboon Show Songs Are Perfectly Arranged And They Deploy Directly Their Stunning Impact.
Bad Brains - Bad Brains
Bad Brains
Bad Brains
LP | 1982 | US | Reissue (ORG Music)
24,99 €*
Release:1982 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Bad Brains is the self-titled debut studio album recorded by American hardcore punk/reggae band Bad Brains. Recorded in 1981 and released on (then) cassette-only label Roir on February 5, 1982, many fans refer to it as "The Yellow Tape" because of it's yellow packaging. Though Bad Brains had recorded the 16 song Black Dots album in 1979 and the 5-song Omega Sessions EP in 1980, the Roir cassette was the band's first release of anything longer than a single. The release includes the original liner notes by Ira Kaplan of Yo La Tengo.

This reissue marks the second release in the remaster campaign on the band's own Bad Brains Records imprint with Org Music. In coordination with the band, Org Music has overseen the restoration and remastering of the iconic Bad Brains' recordings. The audio was mastered by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed at Furnace Record Pressing.
Bad Brains - Live At The Old Waldorf San Francisco 1982
Bad Brains
Live At The Old Waldorf San Francisco 1982
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Radio X)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Reggae / Dancehall
The beyond legendary, totally immortal, Washington D.C. via NYC Rastafarian hardcore and reggae group Bad Brains released their self-titled debut album in January of 1982 on ROIR and performed some of their very first West Coast gigs later that year. The Old Waldorf, at that point owned by Bill Graham, originally opened in 1976 and was host to some of the Bay's most legendary early punk shows featuring The Avengers, The Dead Boys, The Dead Kennedys, and others. Bad Brains played their patented blend of hardcore punk and dub/roots reggae to a packed and frenzied crowd at The Old Waldorf on October 20th, 1982, a now historical live radio broadcast presented here in stunning sound quality on HQ 140 gram vinyl.
Bad Religion - The New America (Remastered Edition)
Badly Drawn Boy - The Hour Of Bewilderbeast Deluxe Edition
Balthazar - Fever
Baris Manco & Kurtalan Ekspres - Estagfurullah … Ne Haddimize!
Baris Manco & Kurtalan Ekspres
Estagfurullah … Ne Haddimize!
LP | 1983 | EU | Reissue (Pharaway Sounds)
22,99 €*
Release:1983 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
This 1983 full-length by the Turkish super star sees a welcome reissue. The material features lots of cool analogue keyboards, a superb rhythm section, tasty electric guitar and Baris' incredible vocals.
Baroness - Blue Record
Baroness - Red Album
Baroness - Yellow & Green
Batpiss - Rest In Piss Black Vinyl Edition
Beak> (Geoff Barrow of Portishead, Billy Fuller & Matt Williams) - >>>
Beak> (Geoff Barrow of Portishead, Billy Fuller & Matt Williams) - >>
Beastie Boys - Pollywog Stew
Beastie Boys - The mix-up
Beastie Boys
The mix-up
LP | 2007 | US | Original (Capitol)
29,99 €*
Release:2007 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
it's sabotage again, no more pauls boutique ... brand new instrumental album by the original white boys with able assistance from Keyboard Money Mark and percussionist Alfredo Ortiz
Beatrice - Egyeb Nyalanksagok
Beatrice - Hogyan Nyertunk
Beirut - Gallipoli Colored Vinyl Edition
Beirut - The Rip Tide
Beirut
The Rip Tide
LP | 2011 | EU | Reissue (Pompeii)
20,99 €*
Release:2011 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
The third studio album by the American indie folk band, Beirut, originally released on August 30, 2011. Include digital album download coupon.
Belgrado - Siglo Xxi
Bell Notes, The - Real Wild Child / Shortnin' Bread
Belle And Sebastian - If You're Feeling Sinister
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals - Call It What It Is
Ben Howard - Collections From The Whiteout
Ben Howard - Collections From The Whiteout Colored Vinyl Edition
Ben Howard
Collections From The Whiteout Colored Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Island)
26,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Der 2fache Brit Award- und Ivor Novello-Award Gewinner Ben Howard meldet sich mit der ersten Single aus seinem 4. Studioalbum zurück„What A Day“ heißt der erste Vorgeschmack auf „Collections From The Whiteout“, das im März erscheint. Produziert wurde das neue Album von Aaron Dessner (The National, Sharon Van Etten, Taylor Swift).

Ben Howard erreicht über 4,5 Mio. monatliche Hörer auf Spotify, seine Single „Only Love“ vom Multi-Platin Album „Every Kingdom“, steht bei über 270 Mio. Streams auf Spotify. Weltweit erreichte er insgesamt bisher 2,6 Milliarden Streams. Seine letzten beiden Alben schafften es auf Anhieb in die Top 20 der deutschen Albumcharts.
Benjamin Lew / Steven Brown - Douzième Journée: Le Verbe, La Parure, L'amour Remastered Edition
Benny Joy - Little Red Book / Crash The Party
Benny Joy
Little Red Book / Crash The Party
7" | 1958 | UK | Reissue (Antler)
8,99 €*
Release:1958 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Top ten Rockabilly twin spinner, both sides are KILLER!
Bertie - Algy Lord Gray
Beths, The - Jump Rope Gazers
Beths, The
Jump Rope Gazers
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Carpark)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Everything changed for The Beths when they released their debut album, Future Me Hates Me, in 2018. The indie rock band had long been nurtured within Auckland, New Zealand’s tight-knit music scene, working full-time during the day and playing music with friends after hours. Full of uptempo pop rock songs with bright, indelible hooks, the LP garnered them critical acclaim from outlets like Pitchfork and Rolling Stone, and they set out for their first string of shows overseas. They quit their jobs, said goodbye to their home town, and devoted themselves entirely to performing across North America and Europe. They found themselves playing to crowds of devoted fans and opening for acts like Pixies and Death Cab for Cutie. Almost instantly, The Beths turned from a passion project into a full-time career in music.

Songwriter and lead vocalist Elizabeth Stokes worked on what would become The Beths’ second LP, Jump Rope Gazers, in between these intense periods of touring. Like the group’s earlier music, the album tackles themes of anxiety and self-doubt with effervescent power pop choruses and rousing backup vocals, zeroing in on the communality and catharsis that can come from sharing stressful situations with some of your best friends. Stokes’s writing on Jump Rope Gazers grapples with the uneasy proposition of leaving everything and everyone you know behind on another continent, chasing your dreams while struggling to stay close with loved ones back home.

"If you're at a certain age, all your friends scatter to the four winds,” Stokes says. “We did the same thing. When you're home, you miss everybody, and when you're away, you miss everybody. We were just missing people all the time.”

With songs like the rambunctious “Dying To Believe” and the tender, shoegazey “Out of Sight,” The Beths reckon with the distance that life necessarily drives between people over time. People who love each other inevitably fail each other. “I’m sorry for the way that I can’t hold conversations/They’re such a fragile thing to try to support the weight of,” Stokes sings on “Dying to Believe.” The best way to repair that failure, in The Beths’ view, is with abundant and unconditional love, no matter how far it has to travel. On “Out of Sight,” she pledges devotion to a dearly missed friend: “If your world collapses/I’ll be down in the rubble/I’d build you another,” she sings.

“It was a rough year in general, and I found myself saying the words, 'wish you were here, wish I was there,’ over and over again,” she says of the time period in which the album was written. Touring far from home, The Beths committed themselves to taking care of each other as they were trying at the same time to take care of friends living thousands of miles away. They encouraged each other to communicate whenever things got hard, and to pay forward acts of kindness whenever they could. That care and attention shines through on Jump Rope Gazers, where the quartet sounds more locked in than ever. Their most emotive and heartfelt work to date, Jump Rope Gazers stares down all the hard parts of living in communion with other people, even at a distance, while celebrating the ferocious joy that makes it all worth it -- a sentiment we need now more than ever.
Bettye LaVette - Thankful N Thoughtful
Beyond - No Longer At Ease Green Vinyl Edition
Beyond
No Longer At Ease Green Vinyl Edition
LP | 2021 | US | Original (Revelation)
21,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Beyond, though short-lived in the Nyhc scene (1988–1989), made an impact with their personal brand of Long Island metal-tinged hardcore with intricate riffage and members going on to other influential hardcore bands on both coasts. No Longer At Ease was originally released in 1989 by Combined Effort Records and later reissued in 1997 on CD by Some Records. This 2016 Revelation Records reissue of their fulllength LP No Longer At Ease
Big Brother & The Holding Comp - Cheap Thrills
Big Brother & The Holding Company - Sex, Dope & Cheap Thrills
Big Cheese - Punishment Park
Big Cheese
Punishment Park
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Quality Control HQ)
17,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Big Cheese have established themselves firmly in the UK hardcore scene, after releasing the Sports Day Demo in 2016, followed by the phenomenally received ‘Aggravated Mopery’ 7”, as well as a New Wave of British Hardcore FM live tape and Discography 12”. They have developed a signature approach to hardcore that skilfully ties together complex rhythms and melodies into catchy and memorable songs with a powerful intensity, inspired by late 80s inspired NYHC ala Rest in Pieces and NWOBHM. Not only that, but after touring Europe twice, and the USA, as well as doing a UK stint with Turnstile, Big Cheese have shown themselves to be one of the most devastating hardcore live bands on the planet right now.
Big Red Machine - How Long Do You Think It´S Gonna Last? Black Vinyl Edition
Big Red Machine
How Long Do You Think It´S Gonna Last? Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2021 | US | Original (Jagjaguwar)
24,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ever since childhood, learning to play various instruments in a suburban Cincinnati basement alongside his brother Bryce, Aaron Dessner has consistently sought an emotional outlet and deep human connection through music _ be it as a primary songwriter in The National, a founder and architect of beloved collaboration-driven music festivals, or collaborator on two critically acclaimed and chart-topping Taylor Swift albums recorded in complete pandemic-era isolation at his Long Pond Studio in upstate New York, among many other projects. Through it all, Dessner has brought together an unlikely community of musicians that share his impulse to connect, celebrate and, most of all, process emotion and experience through music. This generous spirit and desire to push music forward has never been more deeply felt than on Big Red Machine's "How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?," the second album from Dessner's evermorphing project with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon. In 2008, while assembling material for the charitycompilation "Dark Was the Night," Dessner sent Vernon a song sketch titled "big red machine". Vernon interpreted "big red machine" as a beating heart and finished the song accordingly _ a metaphor Dessner says "still sticks with me today. This project goes to many places and is always on some level about experimentation, but it shines a light on why I make music in the first place, which is an emotional need. It's one of my therapies and one of the ways I interrogate the past." Released in 2018, Big Red Machine's self-titled debut album evolved from improvisation and what Dessner calls "structured experimentalism," with an ear toward building tracks that would work well in a live setting alongside visual elements. When Dessner and Vernon started the Eaux Claires Music Festival in 2015, they staged the original "Big Red Machine" as an improvisation-based performance piece. They later took that show to the People collective's Berlin residency and festival, and to Dessner's Haven Festival in Copenhagen. "Big Red Machine started as this thing we would do for fun, and we fell in love with the feeling of it," says Dessner." Vernon agrees: "I remember it feeling really easy, but we never knew what would happen. It was exciting. As time went on, we just kept doing things together. And our friendship has grown strong, alongside all the collaborative stuff." New Big Red Machine material began taking shape in spring 2019, when Vernon came to visit Dessner at Long Pond. The first week produced songs such as "Reese," "8:22am" and eventual album opener "Latter Days," a haunting number sung by Vernon and Anaïs Mitchell that set the emotional tenor for what was to come. "It was clear to her that the early sketch Justin and I made of Latter Days was about childhood, or loss of innocence and nostalgia for a time before you've grown into adulthood _ before you've hurt people or lost people and made mistakes. Anaïs defined the whole record When she sang that, as these same themes kept appearing again and again," Dessner says. In the ensuing months, Vernon and Dessner would meet up when they could, and in the meantime, Dessner developed the existing material and wrote new instrumental tracks which he sent Vernon, always eager to hear what he would receive back. "Justin is incredibly gifted, but he's also disruptive in the best way," says Dessner, pointing to the first note of the song "Birch" as a prime example. "It's absolutely brilliant, but it was very surprising when I heard it the first time. I can't tell you what that interval is. There are many moments working with him where your head hits the wall in amazement like that." In the early stages of the pandemic, Swift approached Dessner to work with her on what would become the sister albums "folklore" and "evermore." Dessner describes this period as a "creative blur," during which he'd be writing material for Swift and Big Red Machine simultaneously. "I think this was an intense growing period for me, I was learning so much from Taylor and the process. Along the way, I shared all of our unfinished Big Red Machine songs with her and she really found them inspiring and gave me so much positive feedback and encouragement," he says. "I think that helped me realize how connected this Big Red Machine music was to everything else I was doing and that I was always supposed to be chasing these ideas. I was finding new sounds and ways of working through these songs. I just hadn't been able to finish them. So, I did." Beyond Vernon and Swift's encouragement, many of Dessner's previous collaborators and friends show up for him here, continuing the reciprocal exchange of ideas that has come to define his creative community. Songs feature guest vocals and writing contributions from artist friends including Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold ("Phoenix"), Ben Howard and This Is The Kit ("June's a River"), Naeem ("Easy to Sabotage'), Sharon Van Etten, Lisa Hannigan and My Brightest Diamond's Shara Nova ("Hutch," a tune inspired by Dessner's late friend, Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison) and Swift herself ("Birch" and "Renegade," the latter an instant-classic Taylor earworm summed up by the poignant lyric "Is it insensitive for me to say / get your shit together so I can love you." The song was recorded in Los Angeles at the Kitty Committee studio in March 2021, the same week when Swift and Dessner took home the Grammy for Album of the Year for "folklore.") "This is all music I generated, but it is interesting to hear how different people relate to it, or how different voices collide with it," Dessner says. "That's what makes it special. With everyone that's on this record, there's an openness, a creative generosity and an emotional quality that connects it all together." As he continued writing prolifically on his own, Dessner noticed a theme emerging -- the idea of sitting with the uncomfortability of personal and family darkness from his childhood and reflecting on how emotional issues he dealt with growing up have reverberated through his adult life. It became clear that some of these he'd need to sing himself; songs such as "The Ghost of Cincinnati" and "Magnolia" address the disintegration of marriage and family and mental health, asking pointed questions of himself and those closest to him. "Brycie" is an ode to his aforementioned twin and National bandmate, who picked up on the musical vibes immediately when Dessner played the song for him for the first time backstage at a National show in Washington D.C. "He picked along to it with me and it immediately sounded like Aaron and Bryce playing the guitar in the basement as kids, which was my intent," Dessner remembers. "The words mean a lot to me. It's about my childhood with Bryce, and how I had pretty severe depression in high school. He was the one who kept me going and took care of me until I was back on my feet. I've lost close friends to depression and this song is about how important it was that Bryce was there for me at that time and is still here." In addition to being one of the more lyrically significant tracks on the album, Dessner says singing it himself felt like an important act of self-acceptance. "I always sing under my breath when I write music, but I usually hand it off to [National vocalist] Matt [Berninger] or others" he says. "When you're in a band for so long and somebody else is that person, you come to rely on it and I've always loved Matt's voice and his words. But singing `Brycie' myself helped rewire my brain to realize that maybe Big Red Machine is the project that not only enables me to create songs with other people, but also sometimes finish songs on my own." Recalling sessions at Sonic Ranch in Texas when Dessner recorded his vocal takes, Vernon says, "Aaron showed me `Brycie' a couple years ago now. I was like, this is beautiful, and you should do more singing. Not only would it be good for the future of your songwriting, but your voice sounds really good to me. It was exciting to see him flourish in that way _ to now be a part of that process and realize the hardships in that and also the victories. On this record, he's leading the charge, wholly and completely." Musically, "How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?" features what Dessner calls maybe the "clearest distillation" of his varying songwriting and production styles. Songs like "Reese," the Dessner-sung "Magnolia" and the elegiac "Hutch" are built on the kinds of tear-jerking piano melodies millions of fans have come to love from The National, but then move at their own pace toward unusual sonic destinations. "Aaron's greatest gift as a collaborator is his ability to evolve and experiment with the emotional sound that is so natural to him," Vernon says of the material. Elsewhere, the dream-like "Hoping Then" sets layered vocals by Vernon, Dessner and Hannigan ("It's the on the edge of why I can't sleep soundly") atop chopped and phased violin lines, programmed drums and countermelodies played on a rubber bridge guitar. His brother Bryce's orchestration ebbs and flows throughout this song and many others. The main instrumental track of the chugging, groovy "Easy to Sabotage" was stitched together from two different live recordings and later enveloped in warm keyboard textures and the head-nodding vocals of Naeem. "It just feels alive and electric, and it just happened," Dessner says of the song. That sense of shared experience extended to the new album's title, which was coined by Swift after Dessner told her he wasn't sure what to call the new album. Intuitively summing up the themes, she suggested titling it "How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?," a question which she pointed out could refer to multiple subjects addressed therein: "childhood, family, marriages, a depression, a losing streak, a winning streak or a creative streak. Taylor saw it all so clearly," Dessner says. "A year ago, we'd never even worked together. It's so cool that this community keeps extending and that everyone who contributed to this album connected so naturally to the emotions at the heart of the music."
Big Red Machine - How Long Do You Think It´S Gonna Last? European HHV Exclusive Lyric Book Edition
Big Red Machine
How Long Do You Think It´S Gonna Last? European HHV Exclusive Lyric Book Edition
2LP+Book | 2021 | US | Original (Jagjaguwar)
36,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
HHV Germany exclusive bundle, includes opaque red vinyl plus lyric book. Limited to 100 copies at HHV. Only 1 per cutomer!

Perfect Bound Book (Paperback - DOMESTIC) - 5.5" x 8.5" - 32pgs (28pgs Text + 4pgs Cover) - Cover Prints 4/4 on 80# White Smooth Cover Stock (Uncoated) - Text Pages Prints: 4/4 on 100# White Smooth Uncoated Text Stock

Ever since childhood, learning to
play various instruments in a suburban Cincinnati basement alongside his brother Bryce, Aaron Dessner has consistently sought an emotional outlet and deep human connection through music _ be it as a primary songwriter in The National, a founder and architect of beloved collaboration-driven music festivals, or collaborator on two critically acclaimed and chart-topping Taylor Swift albums recorded in complete pandemic-era isolation at his Long Pond Studio in upstate New York, among many other projects. Through it all, Dessner has brought together an unlikely community of musicians that share his impulse to connect, celebrate and, most of all, process emotion and experience through music. This generous spirit and desire to push music forward has never been more deeply felt than on Big Red Machine's "How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?," the second album from Dessner's evermorphing project with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon. In 2008, while assembling material for the charitycompilation "Dark Was the Night," Dessner sent Vernon a song sketch titled "big red machine". Vernon interpreted "big red machine" as a beating heart and finished the song accordingly _ a metaphor Dessner says "still sticks with me today. This project goes to many places and is always on some level about experimentation, but it shines a light on why I make music in the first place, which is an emotional need. It's one of my therapies and one of the ways I interrogate the past." Released in 2018, Big Red Machine's self-titled debut album evolved from improvisation and what Dessner calls "structured experimentalism," with an ear toward building tracks that would work well in a live setting alongside visual elements. When Dessner and Vernon started the Eaux Claires Music Festival in 2015, they staged the original "Big Red Machine" as an improvisation-based performance piece. They later took that show to the People collective's Berlin residency and festival, and to Dessner's Haven Festival in Copenhagen. "Big Red Machine started as this thing we would do for fun, and we fell in love with the feeling of it," says Dessner." Vernon agrees: "I remember it feeling really easy, but we never knew what would happen. It was exciting. As time went on, we just kept doing things together. And our friendship has grown strong, alongside all the collaborative stuff." New Big Red Machine material began taking shape in spring 2019, when Vernon came to visit Dessner at Long Pond. The first week produced songs such as "Reese," "8:22am" and eventual album opener "Latter Days," a haunting number sung by Vernon and Anaïs Mitchell that set the emotional tenor for what was to come. "It was clear to her that the early sketch Justin and I made of Latter Days was about childhood, or loss of innocence and nostalgia for a time before you've grown into adulthood _ before you've hurt people or lost people and made mistakes. Anaïs defined the whole record When she sang that, as these same themes kept appearing again and again," Dessner says. In the ensuing months, Vernon and Dessner would meet up when they could, and in the meantime, Dessner developed the existing material and wrote new instrumental tracks which he sent Vernon, always eager to hear what he would receive back. "Justin is incredibly gifted, but he's also disruptive in the best way," says Dessner, pointing to the first note of the song "Birch" as a prime example. "It's absolutely brilliant, but it was very surprising when I heard it the first time. I can't tell you what that interval is. There are many moments working with him where your head hits the wall in amazement like that." In the early stages of the pandemic, Swift approached Dessner to work with her on what would become the sister albums "folklore" and "evermore." Dessner describes this period as a "creative blur," during which he'd be writing material for Swift and Big Red Machine simultaneously. "I think this was an intense growing period for me, I was learning so much from Taylor and the process. Along the way, I shared all of our unfinished Big Red Machine songs with her and she really found them inspiring and gave me so much positive feedback and encouragement," he says. "I think that helped me realize how connected this Big Red Machine music was to everything else I was doing and that I was always supposed to be chasing these ideas. I was finding new sounds and ways of working through these songs. I just hadn't been able to finish them. So, I did." Beyond Vernon and Swift's encouragement, many of Dessner's previous collaborators and friends show up for him here, continuing the reciprocal exchange of ideas that has come to define his creative community. Songs feature guest vocals and writing contributions from artist friends including Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold ("Phoenix"), Ben Howard and This Is The Kit ("June's a River"), Naeem ("Easy to Sabotage'), Sharon Van Etten, Lisa Hannigan and My Brightest Diamond's Shara Nova ("Hutch," a tune inspired by Dessner's late friend, Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison) and Swift herself ("Birch" and "Renegade," the latter an instant-classic Taylor earworm summed up by the poignant lyric "Is it insensitive for me to say / get your shit together so I can love you." The song was recorded in Los Angeles at the Kitty Committee studio in March 2021, the same week when Swift and Dessner took home the Grammy for Album of the Year for "folklore.") "This is all music I generated, but it is interesting to hear how different people relate to it, or how different voices collide with it," Dessner says. "That's what makes it special. With everyone that's on this record, there's an openness, a creative generosity and an emotional quality that connects it all together." As he continued writing prolifically on his own, Dessner noticed a theme emerging -- the idea of sitting with the uncomfortability of personal and family darkness from his childhood and reflecting on how emotional issues he dealt with growing up have reverberated through his adult life. It became clear that some of these he'd need to sing himself; songs such as "The Ghost of Cincinnati" and "Magnolia" address the disintegration of marriage and family and mental health, asking pointed questions of himself and those closest to him. "Brycie" is an ode to his aforementioned twin and National bandmate, who picked up on the musical vibes immediately when Dessner played the song for him for the first time backstage at a National show in Washington D.C. "He picked along to it with me and it immediately sounded like Aaron and Bryce playing the guitar in the basement as kids, which was my intent," Dessner remembers. "The words mean a lot to me. It's about my childhood with Bryce, and how I had pretty severe depression in high school. He was the one who kept me going and took care of me until I was back on my feet. I've lost close friends to depression and this song is about how important it was that Bryce was there for me at that time and is still here." In addition to being one of the more lyrically significant tracks on the album, Dessner says singing it himself felt like an important act of self-acceptance. "I always sing under my breath when I write music, but I usually hand it off to [National vocalist] Matt [Berninger] or others" he says. "When you're in a band for so long and somebody else is that person, you come to rely on it and I've always loved Matt's voice and his words. But singing `Brycie' myself helped rewire my brain to realize that maybe Big Red Machine is the project that not only enables me to create songs with other people, but also sometimes finish songs on my own." Recalling sessions at Sonic Ranch in Texas when Dessner recorded his vocal takes, Vernon says, "Aaron showed me `Brycie' a couple years ago now. I was like, this is beautiful, and you should do more singing. Not only would it be good for the future of your songwriting, but your voice sounds really good to me. It was exciting to see him flourish in that way _ to now be a part of that process and realize the hardships in that and also the victories. On this record, he's leading the charge, wholly and completely." Musically, "How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?" features what Dessner calls maybe the "clearest distillation" of his varying songwriting and production styles. Songs like "Reese," the Dessner-sung "Magnolia" and the elegiac "Hutch" are built on the kinds of tear-jerking piano melodies millions of fans have come to love from The National, but then move at their own pace toward unusual sonic destinations. "Aaron's greatest gift as a collaborator is his ability to evolve and experiment with the emotional sound that is so natural to him," Vernon says of the material. Elsewhere, the dream-like "Hoping Then" sets layered vocals by Vernon, Dessner and Hannigan ("It's the on the edge of why I can't sleep soundly") atop chopped and phased violin lines, programmed drums and countermelodies played on a rubber bridge guitar. His brother Bryce's orchestration ebbs and flows throughout this song and many others. The main instrumental track of the chugging, groovy "Easy to Sabotage" was stitched together from two different live recordings and later enveloped in warm keyboard textures and the head-nodding vocals of Naeem. "It just feels alive and electric, and it just happened," Dessner says of the song. That sense of shared experience extended to the new album's title, which was coined by Swift after Dessner told her he wasn't sure what to call the new album. Intuitively summing up the themes, she suggested titling it "How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?," a question which she pointed out could refer to multiple subjects addressed therein: "childhood, family, marriages, a depression, a losing streak, a winning streak or a creative streak. Taylor saw it all so clearly," Dessner says. "A year ago, we'd never even worked together. It's so cool that this community keeps extending and that everyone who contributed to this album connected so naturally to the emotions at the heart of the music."
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Bill Frisell - Music IS
Bill Frisell
Music IS
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Music On Vinyl)
28,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Music IS marks the first solo album from Bill Frisell since the release of Ghost
Town, 18 years ago. The focus of the album is on the telling of musical stories
from Frisell’s original and inimitable perspective: some of the interpretations
being naked, exposed and truly solo, while others are more orchestrated
through overdubbed layering and the use of his unparalleled approach to
looping. The pieces on Music IS range from his earliest jazz records from the
mid-‘80s to excerpts from recent multi-disciplinary collaborations. Recorded in
August of 2017 at Tucker Martine’s Flora Recording and Playback studio in
Portland, Oregon and produced by longtime collaborator Lee Townsend, all
of the compositions on Music IS were written by Frisell. Recorded in August
of 2017 at Tucker Martine’s Flora Recording and Playback studio in Portland,
Oregon and produced by longtime collaborator Lee Townsend, all of the
compositions on Music IS were written by Frisell. The end result is Bill Frisell at
his most distilled and fully realized.
Frisell has done so much. He’s on well over 250 records, with over 40 of those
as a leader. Frisell’s mantra, or motto so to speak, is, “Music is Good” – a
statement said to him by his dear friend and great banjo player Danny Barnes.
“That is something that I can say is always true. It’s so perfect. Everything I need
to know is that phrase, ‘Music is Good.’ I almost called the album that, but then
I thought that might be too literal. It’s good to leave it open.”
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