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Both tracks above are taken from the forthcoming third full-length “Traps” by Milwaukee-based trio, Jaill. Due out on June 12 via Sub Pop. Recorded throughout 2011 in the basement of Jaill’s Vinnie Kircher, with minimal gear and a control room of thrift store afghans, and mixed at NY’s Rare Book Room by Nicolas Vernhes.
Watch and Listen : KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic” featuring the former Fleet Foxes drummer J. Tillman aka Father John Misty, full session in the KCRW archives, HERE.
Father John Misty‘s debut album “Fear Fun” (produced by Jonathan Wilson and Josh Tillman) via Sub Pop is available now.
Father John Misty – Now I’m Learning to Love the War (Live on KCRW) by subpop
Father John Misty performing “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings” on KCRW
Beachwood Sparks – Confusion Is Nothing New
taken from the second album “Once We Were Trees”
(Sup Pop, 2001)
Beachwood Sparks – Drinkswater
taken from the 6-song EP “Make the Robot Cowboys Cry”
(Sub Pop, 2002)
Beachwood Sparks return with “The Tarnished Gold,” their first new album in 11 years, due out on June 25th via Sub Pop.
“The Tarnished Gold” is the work of the classic Beachwood Sparks lineup: singer/guitarist Chris Gunst, singer/bassist Brent Rademaker, singer/multi-instrumentalist Farmer Dave Scher, and drummer Aaron Sperske, with invaluable support from guitarist and longtime friend Ben Knight (The Tyde). For the sessions, the band expanded to seven pieces, with guitarists Knight and Neal Casal, with Dan Horne on pedal steel in place of Scher, who opted to play organ, key, flying V guitar and electrified melodica. Also lending a hand were Gunst’s wife Jen Cohen, Sparks’ very first drummer Jimi Hey, Brent’s brother Darren (leader of The Tyde) and L.A. indie-rock maestro Ariel Pink. Once We Were Trees producer Thom Monahan returned to his familiar spot behind the console. (Sub Pop)
from BURGER RECORDS SAMPLER, released 05 July 2011 /
‘All My Bastard Children’ was originally appeared on The Tyde debut album “Once” (The Track & Field Organisation, 2001). Burger Records will re-issue The Summer Hits (feat. Darren Radermaker) compilation album “Beaches and Canyons 1992-96″ (X-mas Records, 1997) and The Tyde’s “Once.”
The Both tracks are taken from the forthcoming fifth full-length “Tripper” by Eric D. Johnson’s Fruit Bats, due out on August 2nd via Sub Pop. It was recorded at WACS Studio in Los Angeles with Thom Monahan. Eric D. Johnson has been also known for his sideman duties including Califone, Vetiver and The Shins, and more recently, soundtrack work for films like “Ceremony” and the soon-to-be-released “Our Idiot Brother” (directed by Jesse Peretz and starring Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel, and Emily Mortimer).
THIS AIN’T A SCENE presents:
Avi Buffalo – Won’t be Around No More / Time to Sleep (the Long Way)
SYNC SESSION // SIX, Recorded April 23, 2011, Long Beach, CA
photography // Benjamin Hoste sound // Josh Polon
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Avi Buffalo, a band from Long Beach, based around the songs of guitarist Avi Zahner-Isenberg (Avi Buffalo), is back with a brand spank’n new 7″ entitled “How Come,” since 2010 full-length debut, now available on Sub Pop.
Vetiver plays ‘Everyday’ for the in-studio performance on WNYC Soundcheck, June 13th 2011. Stream the show including a cover of the Go-Betweens ‘Streets of your town’, here. ‘Everyday’ is originally appeared on their previous album “Tight Knit” (Sub Pop/2009). The latest release “The Errant Charm” album is available now on Sub Pop. Andy Cabic (vocal, guitar), Otto Hauser (drums), Daniel Hindman (guitar), Bob Parins (bass), Sarah Versprille (tambourine. backing vocal).
Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion make a record
with Vetiver at Dreamland Studio
Their latest album “Bright Examples” (2011) co-produced by Vetiver’s Andy Cabic and Thom Monahan, recorded with Otto Houser (drums), Daniel Hindman (bass), Kevin Barker (guitar) from Vetiver and special guest artists including Gary Louris (The Jayhawks, vocals), Mark Olson (The Jayhawks, vocals), Neal Casal (guitar) and more, is available now on Ninth St. Opus.