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mandag 30. juni 2014
Burlington duo The Vacant Lots release their debut album, ‘Departure’ on Sonic Cathedral 30 June 2014.
Order it here: soniccathedral/vacant-lots-departure-lp
The Vacant Lots are: Jared Artaud: Guitars, vocals, Wurlitzer, bass, drone box Brian MacFadyen: Electronics, vocals, drums, percussion, synths Produced by: The Vacant Lots Mixed and mastered by: Sonic Boom
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tirsdag 29. april 2014
Split Single No. 4 in the Fuzz Club 10" Split Single Series includes legendary Alan Vega from Suicide and The Vacant Lots.
Limited to 400 copies. 300 on white vinyl / 100 on clear vinyl(exclusive to the Fuzz Club Record store). Numbered insert.
Clear vinyl have silkscreened and embossed stamped covers.
Release date May 21st.
Who needs hallucinogens when you’ve got Jeffertitti’s Nile? The band — the cosmic conveyances of singer-guitarist Jeff Ramuno — this week releases its second full-length, “The Electric Hour.” Ramuno, who plays bass for Josh Tillman in Father John Misty, calls his music “transcendental space-punk doo-wop,” which uses a lot of words and hyphens where “psychedelia” would have done nicely, especially for an album that abides the mind-bending, boundary-pushing traditions of psych-rock. “The Electric Hour” was made between three studios: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros’ room in Ojai; Jazz Cats studio in Long Beach (run by Crystal Antlers’ Jonny Bell); and Seahorse Sound in downtown L.A. Tillman plays drums on the album, and a lot of other luminaries from the L.A. scene contribute as well. Intense without being linear, exploratory without being indulgent, “The Electric Hour” is Ramuno’s finest hour
See more at: buzzbands.la/jeffertittis-nile
tirsdag 22. april 2014
Including Bennett Johnson (Daughters of The Sun), Sarah Rose (IS/IS) as well as Jason Edmonds and Scott Weller (Magic Castles). While each artist’s band has a forthcoming full length release this year, they are in Edmonds’ words “making the most of [their] time together in MN creating new music, and having a total blast doing it.” While that sounds a bit semi-permanent, hopefully the band manages to record a lot of songs as great as this while they can. Stream “Starflower” as well as “Serpent Fire” below and keep an eye out for news on the band’s facebook page. Dead Gurus next show is in Milwaukee on 4/24 for Psych Fest, but they’ll also be performing locally in a show at the Turf Club opening for psych/drone legends Loop on 4/26.