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V.A. - Nosh Lately?
V.A.
Nosh Lately?
7" | 2018 | US | Original (Slumberland)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Twenty years after the Beastie Boys first said "Hello Nasty" to the world, D.A. Stern and Jacuzzi Boys are teaming up to celebrate its birthday in the form of a split 7 of covers brought to you by Slumberland Records. Focusing on two fan-favorite deep cuts, the three JBs and one D.A. chose songs that showcase the Beasties unique versatility while offering messages of mindfulness, emblematic of their later career. Song For the Man, a Horovitz-penned feminist anthem originally steeped in Sixties psychedelia now sees a garage treatment that only Jacuzzi Boys could deliver while I Dont Know, once an Adam Yauch bossa nova standout, gets the D.A. Stern treatment replete with jangly guitars and sun-drenched backing vocals supplied by Felicia Douglass (Dirty Projectors, Ava Luna). The Beasties were about a lot more than just fighting for your right to party, and this great single is a fitting tribute to their depth in miniature form.
Tony Molina - Kill The Lights
Tony Molina
Kill The Lights
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Slumberland)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
With his brilliant new album "Kill The Lights," West Bay native Tony Molina continues his artistic evolution, steadily moving away from raging Weezer/Teenage Fanclub-style power-pop nuggets fueled by shredding guitar pyrotechnics and Tony's ironclad DIY HC roots to mostly acoustic arrangements that owe as much to "Horizontal"-era Bee Gees and the Fanclub's mellower moments as they do to Georges Harrison and Martin. From the Byrds-y opener "Nothing I Can Say" to the subtly wrenching "Wrong Town" and the gorgeous folk-picking of "Now That She's Gone" we hear Tony synthesizing his influences with great skill and intention These classic folk and pop styles are being employed in the service of stellar songs and universal lyrical truths, reflecting a dedication to craft combined with an intense commitment to self-expression that transcends simplistic genre boundaries and is totally true to Tony's DIY punk roots.
Real Numbers - Wordless Wonder
Pete Astor - Spilt Milk
Rat Columns - Sometimes We're Friends
Rat Columns
Sometimes We're Friends
7" | 2018 | US | Original (Slumberland)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Rat Columns, the ever changing musical project of David West and friends, emerged from the desert outpost of Perth, Western Australia in the late 2000s, influenced by largely anglocentric forms such as post-punk and jangle pop and emitting a jet stream of 7" EPs and three full length albums along the way. The songs included on the "Sometimes We're Friends" EP were recorded at the same time as their 2017 album"Candle Power" in Guildford, Western Australia, in a back shed studio on a rambling riverside property. Beyond West, the Australian Rat Columns line-up of Perth underground luminaries, Amber Gempton, Louis Hooper and Chris Cobilis is featured, as well as musical wunderkind Cohen Bourgault guesting on violin. This recording sees Rat Columns dancing around classicist, German-influenced propulsive guitar pop on 'Sometimes We're Friends', an indie pop gossamer ballad involving an 'Astral Lover', and an unusual diversion into downer, vaguely Young-esque dirge rock on the cheery 'Waiting To Die'. This is the first Rat Columns release on the long-running, Bay Area-based Slumberland imprint.
D.A. Stern - Aloha Hola
D.A. Stern
Aloha Hola
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Slumberland)
16,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
D.A. Stern, the solo project of David Aaron Stern, is the musical amalgamation of crossword puzzle obsession, backgammon playing, and working as a recording engineer at Beastie Boy Adam Yauch's (aka MCA) studio. Stern's laid back, tongue-in-cheek lyrics effortlessly complement his dreamy pop rock arrangements of dense guitars and swirling organs. The music of D.A. Stern, who is more inspired by filmmakers Albert Brooks and Mel Brooks than any songwriter, could be compared to contemporaries Deerhunter, Real Estate and Yo La Tengo but with the timelessness of Paul Westerberg. "Aloha Hola" is Stern's debut and it's an assured set of classic pop songs that flirt with folk-pop, power-pop and indiepop while remaining comfortable outside of easy genre categorization. Stern's songwriting talent is in ample evidence on earworm singles like "Am I Ever On Your Mind?" and "Bluedgenes," packed with smart lyrics, chiming guitars and indelible hooks.
Spook School - Could It Be Different
Frankie Rose - Cage Tropicale
Proper Ornaments - Foxhole
Mantles, The - All Odds End
Aislers Set, The - Terrible Things Happen
Aislers Set, The
Terrible Things Happen
LP | 1998 | US | Reissue (Slumberland)
16,99 €*
Release:1998 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Reissue of debut album from 1998. Echoes of classic pop past filtered through a totally 90's aesthetic.
Girls Names - The New Life
Lorelei - Enterprising Sidewalks
Girls Names / Weird Dreams - Split
English Singles - Backstreet Pages
English Singles
Backstreet Pages
7" | 2012 | US | Original (Slumberland)
5,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Coming out of Sacramento's excellent underground punk / pop scene, English Singles is helmed by Scott Miller, erstwhile member of such greats as The Bananas, Ski Instructors, Bright Ideas, Nar and many others. With a rich knowledge of punk and DIY pop history, Miller steeps his great, ragged tunes in the Television Personalities / McTells / Cause Co-Motion! tradition. English Singles is the latest of Miller's bands and might be his best yet. Backstreet Pages is their first release and it's nothing short of a master class in DIY pop. Twelve-string-infused tunes like "Grey Skies USA" and "Winter" wouldn't sound out of place on an early Creation Records compilation, and "Daydream" sports a super sing-along melody. The EP wraps up with live favorite "Finer Points," which has been rather aptly described as a cross between Buzzcocks and Razorcuts. Backstreet Pages is exactly the kind of record that the 7-inch was invented for: immediate, scrappy pop that will sit snugly next to those well-worn Comet Gain and Pastels singles in your collection.
Black Tambourine - OneTwoThreeFour
Black Tambourine
OneTwoThreeFour
2x7" | 2012 | US | Original (Slumberland)
10,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"OneTwoThreeFour", a double-7-inch EP featuring Black Tambourine's versions of four of their favorite Ramones tunes. Features guest spots from Linda Smith, Rose Melberg, Dee Dee (Dum Dum Girls), and Jenny Robinson (Honeymoon Diary). Packaged in a deluxe slipcover jacket with spine. Includes digital download coupon.
Evans The Death - Telling Lies
Evans The Death
Telling Lies
7" | 2012 | US | Original (Slumberland)
5,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Telling Lies, the first single off the upcoming debut album from Slumberland's newest signing, heralds an outstanding new band bursting with ideas and brimming with talent. Combining Katherine Whitaker's unique vocals with a gift for melody, Evans The Death weaves a distinctive magic. The single features two infectious and exhilarating slices of indie-punk-pop. Pressed on white vinyl with metallic embossed sleeves.
Terry Malts - Killing Time
Frankie Rose - Thee Only One
Terry Malts - Something About You
Big Troubles - Romantic Comedy
Art Museums - Dancing With A Hole In Your Heart
Weekend - End Times
Brown Recluse - Evening Tapestry
Weekend - Sports
Pains Of Being Pure At Heart - Say No to Love
Crystal Stilts - Love Is a Wave
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