Our finest catch from #RecordStoreDay2019 this weekend! This #recordstoreday exclusive pressing of “The Night We Met” by @lordhuron is total gold! The b-side of this record has an epic etching on it that we really hope to photograph at some point. It has a pentagram design with stars surrounding it etched in.. so cool and unexpected! Anyone who’s followed us for a while knows that we are huge fans of this band.. even prior to their #13reasonswhy feature that caused them to explode in popularity, so finding this on such a special day of the year was a thrill!
Otis Redding with Booker T & The MG's and The Mar-Key's, Live at the Monterey International Pop Festival.
The missing jewel in the King of Soul’s crown: Redding's heart-stopping, career-defining performance from the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival, complete with the opening sets by Booker T & The MGs and the Mar-Key horns.
A single by The Soft Cavalry
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OUT NOW - Rachel Goswell of Slowdive has teamed up with her husband Steve Clarke as new group The Soft Cavalry, revealing debut track “Dive” from their forthcoming self titled debut album.
Clarke reveals that his wife Rachel Goswell was "the catalyst" for The Soft Cavalry. Adding more about the new project, he expands, "I’d always had ideas but never felt that anything I had to say was worthy of anyone’s attention, let alone my own. I wish that I could have done this fifteen years ago but, in reality, I simply couldn’t have. But I’m not one to overly wallow. I’d rather plough the various levels of confusion into songs."
"Dive" is out now and available for streaming through SoundCloud, YouTube, and Spotify. “The Soft Cavalry” will be released 5 July via Bella Union.
The Soft Cavalry play @thelexingtonlondon on 3 July. Check their IG page @thesoftcavalry for scheduled shows, events, and releases.
“Celebrating record sleeve ART🎧DESiGN”
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* Kenneally Cerys, “Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell debuts new project The Soft Cavalry with lead single ‘Dive’,” The Line of Best Fit (16 April 2019), retrieved 16 April 2019 from https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thelineofbestfit.com/news/latest-news/slowdives-rachel-goswell-new-project-the-soft-cavalry-with-lead-single-dive/amp
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*1989 German Reissue
Churchill’s hail from Israel, not many psych bands from that area so you can imagine the variations in sounds and instruments. Lots of great rhythms on this record, with Greek and middle eastern influence, instruments varying from the Lyre to a Theremin. There’s nothing quite like this album.
Band members spanning from Israel, Canada and Great Britain, it’s a melting pot of great artistic vision.
If you can, #FindThisRecord
There have been loads of great albums released this year, but this one is my favourite if not the best of 2019 (so far) for @timothyglennon's #aprilfoolvinylchallenge. It takes a lot for a skinny dude with a guitar to win me over, but every time I play this record I like it more and people ask what we're listening to, which is always a good sign. Nostalgic folk rock with Meg Baird singing all over it - what's not to love
🇬🇧 Let's talk cover arts. For his solo debut, Thom Yorke bet on a mix of electronic sounds and political charged lyrics that criticize the apathy of politicians on matters of public interest such as global warming and wars. For the cover of The Eraser, Radiohead's lead singer and artist Stanley Donwood opted to present an apocalyptic London, drowned by the uncontrollable force of the waters, an image that could very well be a reference to The Clash and their classic album London Calling. The image of a mysterious man in a hat and overcoat is a reference to King Canute II of Denmark who, after being taken to the seashore and trying to command the tide, declared: “Let all men know how empty and worthless is the power of kings, for there is none worthy of the name, but He whom heaven, earth, and sea obey by eternal laws”. Politicians wash their hands while the rest of us drown.
🇧🇷 Vamos falar de capas de álbum. Em seu primeiro disco solo, Thom Yorke apostou em uma sonoridade bastante eletrônica e letras politizadas, criticando a apatia dos governantes frente a assuntos de interesse público como o aquecimento global e guerras. Para a capa de The Eraser, o vocalista do Radiohead e o artista plástico Stanley Donwood optaram por apresentar uma Londres apocalíptica, afogada pela incontrolável força das águas, uma imagem que remete ao The Clash e seu clássico London Calling. A imagem do homem misterioso de chapéu e sobretudo é uma referência ao Rei Canuto II da Dinamarca que, após ser levado à beira do mar e tentar controlar a maré, declarou: “que todos saibam que o poder dos reis é vão e inútil, que não existe ninguém digno do nome de rei, a não ser Aquele a quem o céu, a terra e o mar obedecem por leis eternas”. Políticos lavam suas mãos enquanto o resto de nós se afoga.
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Released on this day in 1991. “Temple of the Dog” is the only studio album by Temple of the Dog. The album is a tribute to Andrew Wood, the former lead singer of “Malfunkshun” and “Mother Love Bone,” who died on March 19, 1990, from a heroin overdose. Chris Cornell, who had been Mother Love Bone vocalist Andrew Wood's roommate, approached former Mother Love Bone members Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament about working on material he had written when he was on tour with Soundgarden in Europe. The line-up eventually included Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron and newcomers Mike McCready (lead guitar) and Eddie Vedder (background vocals). McCready and Vedder were featured on the album due to their involvement with Ament and Gossard's next project, which became Pearl Jam. The name Temple of the Dog is derived from the opening lyrics of the Mother Love Bone song "Man of Golden Words", "I want to show you something, like joy inside my heart, seems I been living in the temple of the dog". The album was recorded in only 15 days. The song "Hunger Strike" became a duet between Cornell and Vedder. Cornell was having trouble with the vocals at practice, when Vedder stepped in. Cornell later said "he sang half of that song not even knowing that I'd wanted the part to be there and he sang it exactly the way I was thinking about doing it, just instinctively". #templeofthedog #chriscornell #eddievedder🤘
American Football - American Football (LP3)
RSD post 3/3
Really dig the new direction on this release, and I think it was much needed. All the features are pretty damn cool too, and I think everything different about this record really pays off.