Record Store Day Drops this summer are scheduled for June 12 and July 17! The usual mix of exciting limited titles and colored vinyl variants of records for specific niches. Check out the list and let us know what you need- we'll order according to the responses!Here's the list... And Here's our survey! We need responses by Wed April 14 to get our orders in... do it now!Thanks in advance- see you at Record Store Day!
Reviews are coming in! Dislocation and anxiety course through Michael Beach’s fourth solo album, endowing both his woolly guitar rockers and thoughtful piano ballads with an undercurrent of dread. While that’s a relatively familiar feeling in light of the past year, those doomy vibes lend thematic heft to the Melbourne-based songwriter’s cathartic approach. Right from the opening ‘Irregardless’, which announces its clanging tunefulness for nearly two and a half minutes before Beach finally begins to sing, he seems to be circling the idea of our hopes being unceremoniously dashed. He sings about “dreaming of an imaginary past” and “oblivion calling...
"... To communicate some essential part of the human spirit that understands intuitively how to feel connected to each other rather than divide, exploit, separate, ignore, and all the other heinous shit we have the ability to do with each other.”
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