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Easy Sound Recording Company, a brand new label from Los Angeles, is a new home for Vetiver, Howlin’ Rain, Isobel Campbell, Papercuts, the Donkeys, Rodrigo Amarante (of Little Joy), and EDJ, the new project of former Fruit Bats leader Eric D. Johnson.

スゴイ!スゴイ! ヴェティヴァーに、ペーパーカッツのジェイソン・クエイヴァー、フルーツバッツのエリック・ジョンソンの新プロジェクトEDJ、ドンキーズ、リトル・ジョイのロドリゴ・アマランテ、ハウリン・レインも集結の新レーベル誕生。まず各々未発表トラックを収めた3枚のスプリット7″をレコードストア・デイに、ペーパーカッツ、ロドリゴ・アマランテのアルバムを5月に、ザ・ドンキーズが6月に…と続く模様デス。このレーベルを立ち上げたStephen Browerは、かつてヴァンガードやシュガーヒルのA&R、フィルム・ブログ “Pocket Cinephile”の発行人だったり、だそう。



Introducing the Easy Sound Recording Company


‘Maná,’ which soundtracks this video, is taken from the first solo album “Cavalo” by Rodrigo Amarante (Little Joy), out May 6th via Easy Sound Recording Co., in France on Feb 10th via Rough Trade Records.


La Blogothèque

Rodrigo Amarante I A Take Away Show




Papercuts – Poor And Free


Antenna Farm Records has announced the upcoming release of Jason Quever‘s Papercuts, its 2004′s first proper album “Mockingbird” for the first time available on vinyl in a limited edition deluxe LP package with a bonus 7″ featuring two previously unreleased tracks from the Mockingbird sessions. Re-mastered by JJ Golden. Due out on on Valentine’s Day. Pre-order, HERE.

Also ….. Antenna Farm will co-release Bart Davenport’s new 7″ ‘Someone2Dance’ b/w ‘Cheap Words’ with San Francisco’s Smile! Records, on Valentine’s Day.

Papercuts – Do What You Will off Papercuts’ Fading Parade album
Shot in San Francisco 2011 by YoursTruly

Papercuts – UFO (non-album track)

If you pre-order Fading Parade via SubPop.com before March 1st, you will receive a Sub Pop CDR of 3 brand new songs!  and Fading Parade is streaming in full all this week exclusively via NPR.com. The album was co-produced/engineered by himself and Thom Monahan, recorded with Frankie Koeller, Graham Hill (Roman Ruins, Beach House drummer), David Enos.

Papercuts – Do You Really Wanna Know
Directed by: YoursTruly


‘Do You Really Wanna Know’ is the opening track from Papercuts‘ forthcoming first album for Sub pop “Fading Parade” which is due out on March 1st.  Papercuts is music by Jason Robert Quever with help from David Enos, Frankie Koeller, Graham Hill and others.



Papercuts – Do What You Will


This is a new track from (Jason Quever’s) Papercuts first single (out on February 1st) from the forthcoming Sub Pop debut full-length “Fading Parade,” due out on March 1st.  It was crafted over the course of several months at The Hangar in Sacramento, with Thom Monahan, and at Quever’s own Pan American Recording studio.

Cult singer/songwriter James Jackson Toth cut his teeth as the leader of New York-based avant-garde/freak folk ensemble Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Voice and their myriad incarnations. The Memphis-based artist, along with his wife, Jex Toth, have put out numerous collections of eclectic psychedelic folk-rock under an even more diverse set of names, many pressed onto CD-Rs and sold at shows in extremely limited quantities. For his first “official” solo album, Toth looked to producer Steve Fisk (Nirvana, Soul Coughing, Soundgarden) and a small army of San Francisco-based musicians from the likes of Deerhoof, Vetiver, and Geraldine Fibbers to craft a nuanced, decidedly straightforward collection of songs echoing everybody from Richard Hawley and Chris Isaak to Jason Molina and Bob Dylan. Waiting in Vain arrived in summer 2008 on the Rykodisc label. –by James Christopher Monger (All Music Guide)


Credits:

James Jackson Toth – Arranger, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Soloist
Jex Toth – Arranger, Vocals

Andy Cabic (Vetiver) – Vocals
Otto Hauser (Vetiver/Espers) – Percussion, Drums, Vibraphone
Carla Bozulich (Evengelista) – Vocals
Nels Cline (Wilco) – Electric Guitar
John Dieterich (Deerhoof) – Electric Guitar
Jason Quever (Papercuts/Skygreen Leopards) – Piano, Electric Guitar, Wurlitzer
Shayde Sartin (Sonny & The Sunsets/Skygreen Leopards) – Guitar (Acoustic), Bass, Arranger
Tahlia Harbour (Sonny & The Sunsets/Citay) – Vocals
Jarvis Taveniere (Woods/Meneguar) – Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar

Steve Fisk – Piano, Producer, Engineer, Fender Rhodes, Mixing, Wurlitzer
Ian Pellicci – Engineer
Ed Sherman – Art Direction


James Jackson Toth – Doreen

Friends is Luke Top’s first full length album. Luke Top formed The Cave-Ins with fellow SFSU student Matt Popieluch(Foreign Born) in 1998. In July 2001, the band added Jason Quever (who is also in the Papercuts) on organ and harmonies. Luke is also a co-founder of the L.A. based Afro-Hebrew dance band Fool’s Gold.



Luke Top(Fool’s Gold) appears on
・Cave-Ins – Gridfarce by Lamplight (2001)
・Papercuts – Mockinbird (2004)
・Foreign Born – On the Wing Now (2007)
・Cass McCombs – Dropping the Writ (2008)
・Cass McCombs – Catacombs (2009)
・Foreign Born – Person to Person (2009)
Matt Popieluch(Foreign Born/Fool’s Gold) appears on
・Cave-Ins – Gridfarce by Lamplight (2001)
・Papercuts – Mockinbird (2004)
・Cass McCombs – Dropping the Writ (2008)
・Luke Top – Friends (2009)

Lewis Pesacov(Foreign Born/Fool’s Gold) appears on
・We Are Scientists – Brain Thurst Mastery (2008)
・Luke Top – Friends (2009)

Garrett Ray(Foreign Born/Fool’s Gold) appears on
・We Are Scientists – Brain Thurst Mastery (2008)
・Cass McCombs – Dropping the Writ (2008)

Orpheo McCord(Fool’s Gold) appears on
・The Fall – Reformation Post TLC (2007)
・Darker My Love – 2 (2008)
・Cass McCombs – Dropping the Writ (2008)
・Cass McCombs – Catacombs (2009)
・Luke Top – Friends (2009)


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