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It Looks Sad. are a band that balances well the thin light between delicacies and making an impact, as they show on their debut release. It’s a four song effort that shows a love for crafty pop and the capabilities of mixing it up with the aggressive choruses that decorate this release. They remain like that for all of the songs and I enjoy what I’m hearing, but it would be cool too if there was a song with just the delicate side and another or two where they’re going in for the rage. I”m sure they thought of it and may plan on it for future songs. The song where they come close to handling managed beauty is “Fingers”, getting almost-explosion but pushing themselves to the right level without going over the edge. Not a bad release at all. More, please.
White/Opaque Green A Side/B Side (100 copies)
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If you’re a vinyl junkie and a fan of Broken Circles, you know that you hadn’t been able to get the Style No. 6312 album in your format of choice. No longer. They decided to find a way to release it on vinyl and they’re doing it through The White Octave label. 500 copies are being pressed and will come in three different color variations:
Style No. 6312 has been remastered by the man who recorded the original album in 1999, Bob Weston, who handled it at Chicago Mastering Service. What will make this new pressing different is that “Looking Past Sky” is being added into the program, which is what the original plan was by the band themselves. There will also be “reinterpreted artwork” by Broken Circles’ Lincoln Hancock. The new vinyl remaster will be out on September 16th.
To make it more exciting, the band are reuniting to perform at the Hopscotch Fest in Raleigh, North Carolina, so you’ll want to be there on September 6th.
The new video by Matt Kiven is called “Insignificance”, directed by John Carchietta. It’s a song taken from Kivel’s latest album on Woodsist Records called Days Of Being Wild, perhaps titled as a way to tell his children or grandchildren “your old man here was wild 20 to 40 years ago. You want proof? Have a listen.” Kids might ask “what is listening?” but that’s another topic, another time but right now, have a listen to this in modern times.
Kivel fans will be able to see him in the coming weeks, and they’re not just dates in California too, for he’ll be in North Carolina in September:
August 6… Los Angeles, CA (The Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever) *
August 7… Santa Ana, CA (Constellation Room) *
August 10… Los Angeles, CA (The Echo) #
August 11… San Diego, CA (Soda Bar) #
August 12… Long Beach, CA (E. 3rd St. (Living Room Show) #
August 16… Pioneertown, CA (Woodsist Festival @ Pappy and Harriet’s)
September 4… Raleigh, NC (Hopscotch Music Festival)
* = w/ Christopher Owens
# = w/ Steve Gunn
The album This Is The Third Album of A Band Called Adebisi Shank (Sargent House) by Adebisi Shank is less than three weeks away from being heard by the masses, but another song has surfaced to tempt those who need to hear it. This is the third song to surface, so now have a listen to “World In Harmony”.
The Rentals and a contract with Madonna’s Maverick label? Long gone, old news, where you been?
New news? After taking a 15 year break, The Rentals are going to release a new album called Lost In Alphaville and are now signed to Polyvinyl. The album will be released on August 25th in the U.S. and September 8th in the UK. Check out a song from the forthcoming album, this one is called “1000 Seasons”. To pre-order the record on coke-bottle colored vinyl, head on over to TheRentals.com.
Hail Lucid State (Last Gang) may sound bold and exotic (and for some folks, erotic) but those words combined become the title of the new album by Dark Horses. The song is aggressively sensitive, maybe in tune with the mood of the lyrics but it works brilliantly well.
The first album by Austin, Texas’ Casual Strangers (self-released) tends to make it sound grander than it really is, especially when it tries to push the experimental guide, which I don’t hear. What I do hear on this album is a powerful piece of durable rock with a bit of depth and magnitude that is regularly not found in what passes as pop rock these these, and I like it. The group are fronted by vocalist Katey Gunn, who enjoys decorating the songs with different textures, pulling the listener in and then going in for the kill at the right moments. The same can be said for guitarist Paul Wacklawsky, drummer Jake Mitchell, and bassist Jaylinn Davidson, who enjoy exploring the arrangements of the songs, equally balancing what Gunn does with definition and space. Waklawsky also takes the microphone a few times, and what you had expected for some elements suddenly changes. Some tracks sound like durable new wave while other moments sound like the progressive things that some bands of the 90’s enhanced and made it their thing, or part of a thing that made these alternative bands so great, as if they heard different things and wanted to expand on things to take it one step further. I hope Casual Strangers are able to take the casual strangers known as their fans to new places and worlds.
(The self-titled Casual Strangers’ album will be released on July 22nd.)
When it comes to hearing an OOIOO album, you loosen the seat belt and comprehend what’s about to come through. When it comes to hearing a new OOIOO album, you get quite loose and be certain that there will be uncertainty. On Gamel (Thrill Jockey), the abrasive freakiness that was once a part of their being has been replaced somewhat by meditative chanting as if they decided to pray in Indonesia, enjoy the atmosphere of the outdoors, bring their guitars and have a festival musical and cultural orgy.
For the most part, this is not a rock album in a traditional sense. It’s cultural and ethereal, as if Yoshimi decided to open another door or two and immerse herself somewhere else to find a new joy and comfort. Is it meant to be a prayer of sort, or another freaky soundscape, as heard by unknown outsiders? It could be a bit of both but I’d like to think the foreignness of what may sound new could become familiar and thus a joy to the outsider who’ll find comfort inside.
The interesting about listening to this is that while there are some gaps of silence in between the songs, the entirety of Gamel sounds cohesive, as if it’s a Broadway or soundtrack album, or a concept album where you’re left trying to figure out what it all means. By the time some sense of rock finds its way into the mix with song #4 (“Gamel Ninna Yama”), it’s obvious that this is an all new world, but it’s an OOIOO world, and you can’t help but be delighted with it.
If you only knew of Yoshimi through her work with Boredoms, this new album by OOIOO is very much like the transformation she and Yamatsuka/Yamantaka Eye has gone through from wicked bursts of noise to exploratory beauty. The exploration she has made throughout her career continues here in this variation of OOIOO, and I can only imagine what their shows will be like for this album. I expect for them to be interactive with the audience for it.
The press release for this song states The Soft Bones’ “Ceramic” was released “on the 3.7.14″, but I don’t think they’re
referring to a label called 3.7.14, but rather the 3rd of July, which was yesterday. For those who enjoy their pop with an ethereal shoegaze spirit, this is the one for you, sure to carry you down the next mental stream. The Soft Bones is the creation of one many, who is preparing for his debut full length album due next year.
If the subject line to this post is a bit confusing, I will simplify it. Seattle band Fox And The Law have a third album ready to complete and it’s due on October 21st. It’s called Stoned To Death, so no one is getting high (yet) and no one is being beaten (not to my knowledge). For the time being, the band have three shows in their immediate future and once the album is completed, they’ll be doing some fall shows, which will happen after they come back from Europe. For now, this is what’s up for them:
July 26… Seattle, WA (Capitol Hill Block Party, Neumos Stage)
August 9… Damascus, OR (PDX Farm Fiesta)
September 5… Seattle, WA (Tractor Tavern) (European tour kickoff)
To hear what they’re about in a live setting ,check out this performance they did at KEXP in Seattle last year.