Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Great Zeus, Goner Double Vinyls Are Here!

Thunder bolts and lightning, double vinyl from Ty Segall Singles 2007-2010 and Eddy Current Suppression Ring So Many Things have arrived! Both release are currently available on CD or digital download, vinyl versions will be released on December 13th. 
Purchase/pre-order vinyl for Ty Segall HERE
Purchase/pre-order vinyl for Eddy Current HERE

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

White Fence "Sticky Fruitman Has Faith" Video.

"Sticky Fruitman Has Faith" off the Is Growing Faith album released in January of this year via Woodsist. Purchasing options can be found HERE.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Neverever Dec. Residency @ The Echo.

Monday nights are alright for fighting! Slumberland recording artists, Neverever, will be doing a Monday night residency at The Echo in Los Angeles during the month of December.

12/05 Los Angeles, CA The Echo
12/12 Los Angeles, CA The Echo
12/19 Los Angeles, CA The Echo
12/26 Los Angeles, CA The Echo w/ Sea Lions

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Mark Sultan's "Graveyard Eyes" Video.

Graveyard Eyes - Mark Sultan (feat. Jared Swilley) from Nick Benidt (VJ Bandit) on Vimeo.

The track "Graveyard Eye" featuring guest vocals from Jared Swille of the Black Lips is currently available on the Whatever I Want, Whenever I Want CD, the Whatever I Want LP or MP3 download. Purchase options HERE.

GBV Doubleshot.

Classic lineup Guided By Voices on the cover of current issues of Ghettoblaster and the recently revamped Magnet Magazine.

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

111 Boadrum Is On.

The Boredoms are looking for 100 dedicated cymbal players to amass on Byron Bay Australia this November 11th for for 111 Boardrum!

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Field Music Plumb Press Release.

Field Music (a.k.a. Sunderland, England, siblings Peter and David Brewis) release their fourth album, Plumb, through Memphis Industries in February 2012 (13 Feb UK/14 Feb US). The album, recorded over the course of 2011 at their new studio on the banks of the river Wear in Sunderland, comprises 15 songs in a succinct 35 minutes. It largely abandons the ‘classic’ songwriting conventions embraced on their 2010 double album Measure and instead remodels the modular, fragmented style of the first two Field Music albums; only now shot through with the surreal abstractions of 20th century film music from Bernstein to Willy Wonka and with the off-beam funk and pristine synth-rock developed on the brothers’ School of Language and The Week That Was albums.

A highlight of the album, “(I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing,” can now be streamed below on Soundcloud and downloaded from their website at  

Field Music
(Memphis Industries)
Street Date: Feb. 14, 2012

Start The Day Right
It's Okay To Change
Sorry Again, Mate
A New Town
A Prelude To Pilgrim Street
Who'll Pay The Bills?
So Long Then
Is This The Picture?
From Hide And Seek To Heartache
How Many More Times?
Ce Soir
Just Like Everyone Else
(I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing