Recorded in Ross’ home studio, Thank You offers a powerful, inclusive musical message of love and togetherness. With its songs of happiness, appreciation and joy, it wholeheartedly acknowledges that we are in this all together. Her family, friends and loyal and loving audiences all around the globe have been an integral part of her wonderful life’s story. In this special moment, it is time to step into the light.
Initially released on October 1, 2001, Garbage’s third album expanded on the band's musical variety, with stronger melodies, more direct lyrics, and sounds mixing rock with electronica, new wave, hip hop, and girl groups. Featuring newly remastered audio by Billy Bush & Butch Vig, this deluxe edition includes Beautiful Garbage on 2x 180g Black Vinyl, as well as a 12" 180g of B-Sides and memorabilia.
The songs for Against The World were recorded at the legendary FAME studios in Muscle Shoals, AL, and bring together a series of new sounds that build on the band’s history. The project is deeply rooted in American soul and rock ‘n’ roll, as well as Hanson’s longevity as songwriters and performers who have continued to mine their origins while propelling their music forward.
Astute songwriting and an exploration of love set to a rich palette of explorative strings and synths marks the first new music from Lindsey Jordan, aka Snail Mail, since 2018’s powerhouse debut Lush -- called 'truly perfect' by The FADER and included in the top 5 albums of 2018 by Pitchfork. *Available on Limited Indie Exclusive Gold Vinyl, standard vinyl and CD*
21 years since the release of Radiohead’s seminal albums, Kid A and Amnesiac comes a combined and expanded reissue, KID A MNESIA, put back together as originally intended, with an additional disc of bonus material - including 2 original unreleased recordings from the era: “If You Say the Word” and “Follow Me Around.” *Available on Limited Edition Indie Exclusive 3x Red Vinyl*
As a whole, Geist is both esoteric and accessible. Songs range from a concise, pared-back cover of Syd Barrett's tilt-a-whirl-esque "Late Night," to the meditative Dune-inspired "Rare to Wake," to the mostly a-cappella "Awaken and Allow," which channels Lay's deep Irish roots - it's intensity mirroring the anticipation and anxiety that come with taking the first step to accepting change for yourself.
Mann started developing the new music in 2018 when she agreed to write songs for a stage adaptation of Girl, Interrupted, Susannah Kaysen’s 1993 memoir. Each song touches on a chapter or character in the book, which details the nearly two years Kaysen spent in a Massachusetts psychiatric institution starting in 1967. It’s material Mann poignantly confronts, having had her own struggles with mental illness.
Recorded with Brad Cook (Waxahatchee, Hiss Golden Messenger) and mixed by Jon Ashley (The War On Drugs, B.J. Barham), the fourth full-length album from the Indiana-bred, platinum-selling band marks a return to what, according to NPR Music, Houndmouth does best: "shaggy, swinging, big-screen storytelling" set to a rustic, home-recorded sound.
El Camino (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) will be available in several formats including a Super Deluxe edition of five vinyl LPs or four CDs, featuring a remastered version of the original album, a previously unreleased Live in Portland, ME concert recording, a BBC radio Zane Lowe session from 2012, a 2011 Electro-Vox session, a limited-edition photo book, poster, and lithograph, and a “new car scent” air freshener.
Though much has been made of AHI’s years spent backpacking everywhere from the hills of Ethiopia to the jungles of Trinidad, Prospect, the globetrotter’s extraordinary new album, is the story of an even more profound journey: an internal quest for understanding and self-discovery. Lines are blurred between roots, folk, pop, and soul as AHI grapples with pain and healing, faith and resilience, connection and identity.
Night Divine is a series of hymns covered by Fallon, lead singer of the beloved heartland-punk band The Gaslight Anthem. This is a project he's been wanting to create for a long time, inspired by his time singing in the church choir as a child: “These are some of the very first sounds I remember hearing as a child. My mother used to sing these hymns everywhere she went. I felt it was time for me to join in.”
Shifting seamlessly between gut-punching roars and heady cleans, vocalist Matt Tuck sounds better than ever, his vitriolic cries of “I hope you choke!” serving as a defiant proclamation for anyone who ever derided them as “false metal.” BFMV’s climbs back to its metallic peaks with this self-titled seventh offering -- a raging, all-box-ticking album that will enamor fans of all eras.