November 2010

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AON Sessions: Sharon Van Etten – One Day
Produced by Raul Zahir De Leon; Audio recorded and engineered by Miguel Lacsamana; 2nd Camera Jonathan Luna.  Watch more, here.

On tour in support of her second full length, ‘epic’, Sharon Van Etten has been traveling with an excellent backing band that has helped her translate the fuller sound of the new album to the stage. Last they were in town, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Sharon and vocalist Cat Martino to record stripped down versions of a couple of tunes from the album.  (via all our noise)

Sharon Van Etten Japan Tour 2010
12月03日(金) 奈良 カフェ・サンプル
12月04日(土) 京都 アバンギルド
12月05日(日) 敦賀 ピニョン・ピニョン
12月07日(火) 名古屋 KDハポン
12月08日(水) 鎌倉 カフェ・ゴーティー
12月09日(木) 渋谷 セヴンス・フロア
12月11日(土) 松本 CAFE salon as salon (群青2階)
12月12日(日) 初台 近江楽堂(東京オペラシティ内)

Further Info. >> Sweet Dreams

KORT is a brand new country duo project of Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner and Nashville-based singer-songwriter Cortney Tidwell, their debut full length “Invariable Heartache” (City Slang) features old country tunes from Nashville’s Chart Records, run by Tidwell’s family.

Kurt Wagner & Cortney Tidwell present KORT – Invariable Heartache by cityslang

Kurt Wagner & Cortney Tidwell present KORT – Mini Documentary

Blurry Blue Mountain (Fire Record, 2010)

“Between the crystal clear focus of your day to day and the luxury of sweet fuzzy sleep, we welcome you to the blurry blue mountain”. – Howe Gelb

Giant Sand – Fields of Green

The new full-length “Blurry Blue Mountain” by Howe Gelb‘s alt-country project, Giant Sand, is out now on Fire Records
Produced by Howe Gelb and Kent Olsen,
Howe Gelb – Vocals, Guitar and Piano / Thoger T. Lund Homemade – upright Bass / Peter Dombernowsky – Drums / Anders Pedersen – Slide Guitar and Steel / Nikolaj Heyman – Guitar and Wurlitzer / Lonna Kelly – Vocals.

Howe Gelb at the FirePlace – Erosion
Howe Gelb performs ‘Erosion’ from Giant Sand’s ‘Blurry Blue Mountain’. Recorded at the FirePlace in October 2010.

Listen to a brand new EP from Unknown Mortal Orchestra, 7″ EP (Limited to 300 copies) is due out on December 13th via a new UK label The Sounds Of Sweet Nothing.

“Bedroom Databank Vol.2″

Bradford Cox‘s Atlas Sound has dropped his new recordings “Bedroom Databank Vol. 1 & 2″ free via his blog. (via FMA)

B. COX: Electric Bass, Bells, Congas, Nylon Guitar, Mouth Organ, Vocals

“Bedroom Databank Vol.1″

Atlas Sound – Freak Train (Kurt Vile Cover)

“Bedroom Databank Vol.1″
features 11 tracks including a couple of cover takes of ‘Freak Train’ (Kurt Vile) and ‘This Wheel’s On Fire’ (Bob Dylan & The Band).
B. COX: Harmonica, Synthesizer, Drums, Vocals, Computer
W.A.B. II: Maracas, Other Vocals

Download ::  “Bedroom Databank Vol.1″ entirely on his blog.


contrarede presents 4AD evening

1/22 (sat)   Shinsaibashi, Music Club JANUS
1/24 (mon) Shibuya, O-EAST

4AD evening 番外編 

1/20 (thu)  Shibuya, O-nest
1/21 (fri)   Nagoya, club QUATTRO

Info: contrarede (03-5773-5061),

Hayvanlar Alemi (means Animal Kingdom in Turkish) is a contemporary “improvisational ethnic surf-psychedelia” group hailing from the Turkish capital of Ankara. Formed in 1999, the band is led by Ozum Itez (electric guitar) and Isik Sarihan (percussion). “Guarana Superpower” is their first-ever vinyl LP, also debut release via Sublime Frequencies, founded by Alan Bishop (Sun City Girls) and Hisham Mayet. The LP includes reworked versions of a few tunes that were first heard on Hayvanlar‘s many free mp3 releases Demolar. (via FMA)

Twin Sister – All Around and Away We Go (New Video)
[Double Six/Infinite Best]  Directed by Mike Luciano

All Around and Away We Go‘ (b/w ‘White Bread’), Twin Sister’s first UK 7″ single is out now via Double Six (Domino).

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