Tyler Childers New Vinyl Thursday

It’s Tyler Childers New Vinyl Thursday! Check out this week’s new vinyl arrivals:

The Avalanches – Since I Left You (Gatefold LP Jacket)

Archie Shepp – Live In Antibes, Vol. 1 (180 Gram Vinyl)

Archie Shepp – Live In Antibes, Vol. 2 (180 Gram Vinyl)

Avenged Sevenfold – Hail to the King (Digital Download Card)

Baby Face Willette – Face To Face (180 Gram Vinyl)

Bon Voyage Organisation – BVO LP1 (10-Inch Vinyl)

Calender – It’s A Monster (Limited Edition, Reissue)

Charly Bliss – Young Enough (Colored Vinyl, Blue)

Dabeull – Indastudio

Denzel Curry – Imperial

The Doors – The Doors (180 Gram Vinyl, Reissue)

Ex Hex – It’s Real (Black, Digital Download Card)

The Four Mints – Gently Down Your Stream

Guns N’ Roses – Appetite for Destruction (180 Gram Vinyl, Reissue)

Guns N’ Roses – Use Your Illusion II

Gorillaz – Gorillaz

John Lee Hooker – The Country Blues Of John Lee Hooker

Kids See Ghosts – Kids See Ghosts

Logg – Logg

Ladytron – Ladytron

Mac Dre – Best of Mac Dre 1: Part 1 (180 Gram Vinyl)

Mort Garson – Mother Earth’s Plantasia

Marvin Gaye – You’re The Man

Miles Davis – Sketches Of Spain (Mono Sound)

Miles Davis – Someday My Prince Will Come (180 Gram Vinyl)

Mac Miller – Swimming

Mac Miller – Blue Slide Park

The Monkees – Head (Colored Vinyl, Silver)

The Nineteenth Whole – Smilin’


Nirvana – Nevermind

Orville Peck- Pony

Otis Redding – Lonely and Blue: The Deepest Soul Of Otis Redding

Pink – Hurts 2B Human (Poster, 150 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)


Panic! at the Disco – A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out

Pixies – Wave of Mutilation: The Best of Pixies

The Raconteurs – Consolers Of The Lonely (Black, 180 Gram Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket)

Robbie Fulks – Country Love Songs (180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)

Weekly Review:

I would have to say there aren’t too many artist out there like Robbie Fulks and there aren’t too many albums like his “Country Love Songs.”
You will find yourself asking pondering questions like, “Is this country?,” “What exactly is Fulks talking about in Nickels and Dimes?,” and the ever popular and probing, “What were Fulks musical influences and what chemicals influenced Fulks music?” The answer my friend may be blowing in the wind, but I would posit that Fulks music reflects true Country roots more so than the majority of popular drivel churned out by Nashville these days.
You will find unique songs like “The Scrapple Song,” that espouses the culinary delights hailing from Pennsylvania of all sorts of pig parts fried in a big baking pan. Granted it’s not pork chops served off a front porch in Appalachia or Texas hill country, but it is a story to be told. Curiously enough “The Scrapple Song,” and other fare on Fulks “Country Love Songs,” comes off as this curious bastard child of Bob Wills and AC/DC. Country with a kick of “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”.
There are songs on this album that immediately get into your mind and will find you singing along to that high lonesome wail upon second plays. Where Fulks truly makes his mark though are on the songs that are country through and through like “The Buck Stops Here,” “Barely Human,” and “Papa was a Steel Headed Man.” Speaking of the album’s closer, “Papa,” it’s Fulks answer to Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach.” There is a wonderfully apocalyptic moment when the song reduces itself to church pipe organ and Fulks rants rails and raves end of times, tent revival, hail and brimstone, gospel preacher style deconstructing the simple obstinateness of a father that was stubborn to the point of de-humanization. He could either be regarded as the meanest man on earth or a genius. It is a musical moment that is difficult to live down and luckily we don’t have to since we have Fulks, “Country Love Songs,” to listen to again and again, it is a must listen, don’t miss out on Fulks original and back to basics music. – Albert Schmurr

Sly & the Family Stone – Anthology (180 Gram Vinyl,Red Colored Vinyl, Audiophile)

Solange – When I Get Home (150 Gram Vinyl, Clear Vinyl)

Southern Culture on the Skids – Dig This

Spoon – Everything Hits At Once: The Best Of Spoon

ScHoolboy Q – Crash Talk

Sam Cooke – The Best Of (140 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)

Tycho – Weather (Indie Exclusive Clear Vinyl)

Weekly Review:

I’ll admit it. I was skeptical when I heard that their would be vocals (GASP!) on the next Tycho record. Vocals just don’t belong on Tycho music, right?
Not according to Scott Henson. Who am I to argue with Tycho’s composer, songwriter, musician and producer – this has been his creation since 2006, and Tycho has been an evolution of sorts with every release. According to Hansen, his vision since the beginning was “to incorporate the most organic instrument of all – the human voice”. If anyone can make vocals work on ambient chillwave, it’s Scott.
His latest album “Weather” succeeds! – BUT – at 45rpm (don’t make the same mistake I made by instinctively spinning at 33rpm). Female vocalist, Saint Sinner (aka Hannah Cottrell), contributes the breathy, delicate melodies on Tycho’s familiar soundscapes. The opening track, entitled “Easy”, actually eases the listener into this unfamiliar territory, with sparse vocal placement within that familiar Tycho sound. Then “Pink & Blue” introduces Saint Sinner front and center.
Skepticism quelled. Her voice is not overbearing and is just as ambient as the music; reminds me of highly acclaimed vocalists Imogen Heap from Frou Frou and Ivy’s Dominique Durand. Saint Sinner sings on 5 of the 8 album tracks. My personal favorite vocal track is Side B opener, “Skate”. It’s similar to a lull-a-bye with only a guitar and a synth line behind her. And the appropriately titled track “No Stress” closes the loop on the vocal tracks.
The side closing instrumentals, “Into The Woods” and “Weather” respectively, provide the familiar synth melodies and instrumentation we’ve come to know and love from Tycho, making this a well-rounded fifth full length release. Awaken your curiosity…if past is prologue, then dive into this uncharted epoch musical storm…you will weather the changes. -David Lombardo

Tyler The Creator – Goblin (+MP3 Download)

Tyler The Creator – Wolf

Ty Segall – First Taste

Tyler Childers – Country Squire (Large Item, Gatefold LP Jacket, 150 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)

Thank You Scientist – Terraformer (180 Gram Vinyl, Colored Vinyl)

Various Artists – Shrek – Music From The Original Motion Picture (Original Soundtrack (Limited Edition, Green Colored Vinyl)

Various Artists – Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Original Series, Season 3) (Poster, With Bonus 7″, Gatefold LP Jacket, 150 Gram Vinyl)

William Bell – Soul of a Bell (180 Gram Vinyl)

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