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  • Erasure – Just A Little Love

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1612071 “Just A Little Love”, die dritte Single aus dem aktuellen Erasure Album “World Be Gone”, ist nun mit einem neuen Mix, Remixen von Freunden wie Soft Cell oder Thunderpuss, und der B-Seite “Unsung” erstmals als Maxi erhältlich. Erhältlich ab 13.10.2017

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  • Erasure – World Be Live (Mute)

    Sektion: Highlights

    ErasureErasure (Andy Bell und Vince Clarke) veröffentlichen “World Be Live” – ein 24 Stücke umfassendes Live-Album, das im Februar in London im Rahmen ihrer “World Be Gone”-Tournee aufgenommen wurde. Das Album erscheint via Mute/[PIAS] und wird als 2CD und 3LP erhältlich sein. “World Be Live” komplettiert die Alben-Trilogie, die 2017 mit der Veröffentlichung des 17. Erasure-Studioalbums “World Be Gone” begann und ihre Fortsetzung Anfang Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Erasure veröffentlichen das Live-Album “World Be Live”

    Sektion: News

    Erasure“World Be Live” komplettiert die Alben-Trilogie, die 2017 mit der Veröffentlichung des 17. Erasure-Studioalbums “World Be Gone” begann und ihre Fortsetzung Anfang diesen Jahres mit “World Beyond” fand, einer Bearbeitung des “World Be Gone”-Originalmaterials durch das belgische Echo Collective. “World Be Live” wurde zum Abschluss der ausverkauften UK-Tour im Rahmen zweier Shows im Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Erasure – World Beyond (Mute)

    Sektion: Highlights

    ErasureErasure arbeiteten für ihr neues Album “World Beyond” mit dem belgischen Echo Collective zusammen und erschufen eine ganz neue, klassisch-instrumentierte Version ihres 2017er Albums “World Be Gone”. “World Beyond” ist die Neueinspielung von Erasures letztjährigem Album “World Be Gone” in einem post-klassischen Gewand. Es wurde in nur zehn Tagen von Andy Bell und sieben Musiker*innen des Brüsseler Echo Collectives eingespielt. Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Erasure – World Be Gone (Mute)

    Sektion: Highlights

    ErasureNach nunmehr gut 30 Jahren des gemeinsamen Songwritings, über 25 Millionen verkauften Alben und 40 Hitsingles, bringen Erasure, das Duo bestehend aus Vince Clark und Andy Bell, ihr 17. Album heraus. Es ist das Nachfolgewerk zum 2014er Album “The Violet Flame” und folgt den zuletzt begangenen Feierlichkeiten anlässlich ihres 30-jährigen Band-Jubiläums! “World Be Gone” wurde von Erasure geschrieben, eingespielt und produziert. Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Erasure

    Sektion: Features

    ErasureNach nunmehr gut 30 Jahren des gemeinsamen Songwritings, über 25 Millionen verkauften Alben und 40 Hitsingles, bringen Erasure, das Duo bestehend aus Vince Clark und Andy Bell, ihr 17. Album heraus. Es ist das Nachfolgewerk zum 2014er Album “The Violet Flame” und folgt den zuletzt begangenen Feierlichkeiten anlässlich ihres 30-jährigen Band-Jubiläums! “World Be Gone” wurde von Erasure geschrieben, eingespielt und produziert. Den Mix besorgte Matty Green. Erasure reagieren Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Neues Album des britischen Pop-Duos Erasure auf Mute

    Sektion: News

    ErasureNach nunmehr gut 30 Jahren des gemeinsamen Songwritings, über 25 Millionen verkauften Alben und 40 Hitsingles, bringen Erasure, das Duo bestehend aus Vince Clark und Andy Bell, ihr 17. Album heraus. Es ist das Nachfolgewerk zum 2014er Album “The Violet Flame” und folgt den zuletzt begangenen Feierlichkeiten anlässlich ihres 30-jährigen Band-Jubiläums! “World Be Gone” wurde von Erasure geschrieben Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Vic Chesnutt – Little (LP+MP3, 180g)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1607692 Vic Chesnutt wurde von Michael Stipe (R.E.M.) entdeckt, der sein Debüt-Album “Little” produzierte. Dieses erschien ursprünglich 1990 und wird nun als 180g-schweres Vinyl wiederveröffentlicht. Vic Chesnutt war seit seinem Autounfall 1983 von der Hüfte an abwärts gelähmt, was in der Folge zum Missbrauch von Schmerzmitteln und Alkohol führte. Trotz dieser Belastungen veröffentlichte er in seiner Karriere 17 Alben/EPs. Am 25. Dezember 2009 nahm sich Vic Chesnutt das Leben. Die Aussicht mit der Musik nicht genug zu verdienen, um seine medizinische Betreuung aufrecht zu erhalten, führte zu dem tragischen Schritt. Die wundervollen Songs auf “Little” enthalten Einflüsse von Folk-Rock-Größen wie Neil Young oder Bob Dylan, zeigen aber auch Chesnutts große Eigenständigkeit bei der Kombination von traurig-surrealen Texten mit unvergesslichen Melodien.
    Erhältlich ab 10.02.2017

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  • The Molochs – America’s Velvet Glory (Innovative Leisure)

    Sektion: Highlights

    The MolochsDas erste Album “Forgetter Blues” enthielt zwölf Songs mit einer Mischung aus Garage-, Proto-Punk- und Folk-Rock und wurde bereits 2013 von Sänger & Gitarrist Lucias Fitzsimons mit seinem langjährigen Bandkollegen Ryan Foster in Eigenregie veröffentlicht. Das Album verkaufte sich leider unter Wert, doch Fitzsimons blieb bei der Sache und schärfte drei Jahre lang sein Songwriting, bis Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Larry Jon Wilson – New Beginnings

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1622322 Larry Jon Wilson kam zu spät zur Party. Als er in Nashville ankam, hatte der Country-Soul-Pionier Tony Joe White bereits sechs Alben veröffentlicht. Townes Van Zandt hatte sieben, Mickey Newbury acht gemacht. Kristofferson, der akzeptierte Hohepriester des Neuen Nashville, hatte fünf gemacht. Er begann erst im Alter von 30 Jahren mit dem Gitarrespielen, aber fünf Jahre später veröffentlichte er sein Debüt, 'New Beginnings' (1975) und folgte ihm nur ein Jahr später mit 'Let Me Sing My Song To You', beide auf Monument Records. Eine Offenbarung unter den Hipstern und Kritikern von Nashville, die dafür sorgte, dass Larry Jon sofort als Teil der Mitte der 70er Jahre beginnenden "Outlaw Country Movement" aufgenommen wurde.

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    Larry Jon Wilson came to the party late. When he arrived in Nashville, country soul pioneer Tony Joe White had already made six albums. Townes Van Zandt had made seven, Mickey Newbury eight. Kristofferson, the accepted High Priest of the New Nashville, had made five. Larry Jon, by the time he arrived, had spent ten years in corporate America.

    He did not start playing guitar until the age of 30, but five years later he released his debut, New Beginnings (1975) and followed it just a year later with Let Me Sing My Song To You, both on Monument Records. A revelation among the hipsters and critics of Nashville, the LPs ensured Larry Jon was immediately embraced as part of the mid-70s “outlaw country movement” that eschewed slick production in favour of a raw, gritty approach. When a film crew came to document this burgeoning sound, they made straight for Larry Jon's door. The legendary Heartworn Highways (1981) featured his mesmerising performance of “Ohoopee River Bottomland”, a boogaloo funk monster.

    He was a singer and writer of intensely private, painfully moving tales of southern life. With his deep, papa-bear voice, funky southern groove, and richly evocative narratives of rural Georgia, Larry Jon was a unique stylist but his gutsy, greasy sound did not translate into sales. Too funky for the country crowd, too heartfelt for pop radio, he fell between the cracks. We hope the long-overdue reissue of his first two albums will go some way to rectifying this. Indeed, both New Beginnings and Let Me Sing My Song to You - so similar they play like two halves of a double album – showcase his unique mix of country, folk, soul and swampy blues.

    Driven by a crack rhythm section that included Elvis guitarist Reggie Young, New Beginnings is a rich, literate record. Anyone with even a passing interest in the union between soul and country music will be able to tell they’ve located solid gold as soon as Larry Jon’s deep baritone utters the first appreciative “mm-hmm” a few bars into the opening ‘Ohoopee River Bottomland’, a fat-bottomed swamp-funk account of hard times in the city and country alike. Funny, nostalgic, sad, wistful, righteously pissed-off: New Beginnings is country-influenced American songwriting at its finest, from the feverish country-got-soul groove pulsating behind the weary sigh of “Through The Eyes of Children” to the elemental lament “Things Ain’t What It Used to Be (and Probably Never Was)”, a country standard that somehow got away, Wilson’s compelling presence and rich voice keeping saccharine and self-pity at bay at all times.

    The audio for New Beginnings comes from the original analogue tape transfers and has been remastered for vinyl by Be With regular Simon Francis. We’ve taken the same care with the striking cover art and we were honoured when Larry’s close friend Jeb Loy Nichols kindly agreed to contribute wonderfully unique liner notes, presented beautifully on the printed inner sleeve opposite a gorgeous black and white shot of Larry, mid-performance.

    REMASTERED FROM ORIGINAL TAPE TRANSFERS, CAREFULLY REPRODUCED ORIGINAL ART, STRICTLY LIMITED TO 500 COPIES WORLDWIDE – NO REPRESS

    “Larry Jon Wilson? He can break your heart with a voice like a cannonball.” - Kris Kristofferson.

    TRACKLISTING

    1. Ohoopee River Bottomland
    2. Through The Eyes Of Little Children
    3. New Beginnings (Russian River Rainbow)
    4. The Truth Ain'y In You
    5. Canoochee Revisited (Jesus Man)
    6. Broomstraw Philosophers And Scuppernong Wine
    7. Lay Me Down Again
    8. Melt Not My Igloo
    9. Things Ain't What They Used To Be (And Probably Never Was)
    10. Bertrand My Son Erhältlich ab 30.11.2018 Getaggt mit:
  • Dave Davies – Decade (LP)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1620893 Dave Davies is a musician who needs little introduction, as a founder member of legendary
    rock group The Kinks, his guitar sound, unique style and songwriting has shaped the
    landscape of rock and pop music across generations. The pioneering rock guitarist
    singlehandedly changed rock-n-roll when he sliced his little green Elpico amp speaker with a
    razor blade, creating the first heavy metal guitar tone and riff. This revolutionary guitar
    sound propelled the Kinks into stardom with the global smash hits You Really Got Me and
    All Day and All of the Night, followed by numerous other classics over the next decades.
    Davies’ music is as relevant today as it was in the 60s, having released in recent years several
    critical acclaimed albums on Red River Entertainment.
    "As lead guitarist and co-founder of the Kinks, Dave Davies is one of the most unpredictable
    and original forces in rock,” enthuses writer Bill Crowley, “His distinctive guitar style went on
    to have major impact on several key guitar-rock styles, including heavy metal and punk. A
    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Dave's massive guitar sounds have inspired bands
    from Van Halen to Green Day."
    After decisively solving the riddle of the first “great lost Dave Davies solo album”, fully
    documented at last in the magnificent Hidden Treasures CD, we now have what should have
    been its sequel: 'Decade.' Fans often wondered why Dave seemed to have taken break from
    songwriting for much of the ‘70s, but the assumption was inaccurate. Years prior to the issue
    of Dave’s first “proper” solo album, 1980’s AFL1-3603, Dave was working on the fascinating
    tracks that make up this new compilation. The tapes were unearthed by his sons Simon and
    Martin from “under beds, in attics, in storage”, and properly mixed and mastered in a way that
    lets these songs shimmer and shine even brighter than they did at inception. Any album
    recorded over the span of 10years runs the risk of ending up wildly erratic in tone and style,
    and yet, Dave’s ‘Decade’ is surprisingly cohesive, the songs working together beautifully as
    songs on great albums do.

    SIDE 1
    1. Cradle to the Grave
    2. Midnight Sun
    3. Islands
    4. If You Are Leaving
    5. Web of Time
    6. Mystic Woman
    SIDE 2
    1. Give You All My Love
    2. Within Each Day
    3. Same Old Blues
    4. Mr. Moon
    5. This Precious Time (Long Lonely Road) Erhältlich ab 19.10.2018 Getaggt mit:
  • The Molochs – Flowers In The Spring (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1620026 First, let’s meet back up with the Molochs—you remember them, right? Their America’s
    Velvet Glory was the earliest burst of light and energy to hit in 2017, an album of electrified
    rock ‘n’ roll like Dylan and Lou Reed by a band named after the Ginsberg-ian glutton god
    who demanded the sacrifice of all things good and pure. But now it’s 2018 and Moloch
    himself is fatter and happier than ever, so the Molochs couldn’t just make another record.
    After Glory showed the world who they were, they needed to make an album that showed
    what they could do. So Flowers In The Spring is where the Molochs worked harder, thought
    harder and fought harder to be the kind of band that the times demand: “I like to think the
    world just needs some good solid songs out there,” founder Lucas Fitzsimons says. “It’s
    simple. It’s not easy … but it’s simple.”
    America’s Velvet Glory, their first-ever record for L.A.’s Innovative Leisure label, had sparked
    their first-ever U.S and European tours, first-ever festival sets, first-ever international press
    and more. (Top music mag Mojo even said they’d made one of the year’s best albums—“Any
    year!”) Follow-up Flowers bloomed almost exactly a year later at Long Beach’s Jazzcats
    studio between December of 2017 and January of 2018, where Fitzsimons and longtime
    band member Ryan Foster had recorded Glory. By the time they’d returned, they had a slate
    of songs that had come to Fitzsimons in flash moments, written on nerve-wracking
    transcontinental flights or on isolated nights in an L.A. apartment, captured at once in bursts
    of insight or rescued from almost-abandonment in discarded notebooks.
    As on Glory, inspiration from Syd Barrett, Dylan, Nikki Sudden and kindred spirit Peter Perrett
    of the Only Ones was at work, but the Molochs are endlessly (appropriately?) ravenous when
    it comes to things to read and listen to and learn from. On Flowers they’d refine and
    recombine their sound, working in that long tradition of poets who cover (or discover)
    themselves in pop songs. “To Kick In A Lover’s Door” blows Flowers open with the wit and
    precision of the Go-Betweens, and “I Wanna Say To You” draws more from some of
    Creation Records’ dreamiest dreamers than it does from any esoteric 60s howlers. “Flowers
    In The Spring” and “Pages Of Your Journal” could be two lost Kinks singles from two
    different Kinks eras—that Ray Davies-ian venom stays the same, of course—and the
    charming/disarming “Too Lost In Love” makes feeling down sound like cheering up, just like
    the Clean did.
    Yes, they do have their first-ever string section here, and that could confuse some people.
    (“People go, ‘Wow, it sounds more mature.’” says Fitzsimons. “What kind of boring shit is
    that?”) But Flowers isn’t a grown-up album or a show-off album or a break-up album or a
    just-had-to-make-another-album album because the Molochs don’t pick targets that tiny.
    Love and disgrace and life and death blur and bleed into each other, but at the core of
    Flowers is a story about standing against the inhuman by being more human, however
    messily honest that needs to be. (Or like Fitzsimons sings at the end of the record: beware
    that “determination by a whole / to destroy the human soul.” Funny how that comes in a
    song where he claims he can’t explain everything that happens to him, because he sort of
    just did.) So consider their new Flowers In The Spring a meticulously plotted counterattack
    against all things Moloch-ian, with clear, concise, immediate, undeniable, simple, direct pop
    songs, says Fitzsimons, each sharpened enough to cut through anything it touched. That’s
    what he needed to do, he says, because that’s what felt most true. Maybe it really was that
    simple, even if it wasn’t easy. Like he’d explain in a song with just seven words: “There’s
    something I wanna say to you.”

    For fans of Violent Femmes, Modern Lovers, The Byrds, The Vaselines, Mac Demarco, The Velvet Underground, Kurt Vile

    1LP Standard Jacket w/ Printed Inner Sleeve + Insert + Download Card

    DISC 1
    1. To Kick in a Lover’s Door
    2. I Wanna Say To You
    3. A Little Glimpse of Death
    4. Shadow of a Girl
    5. Flowers in the Spring
    6. Pages of your Journal
    7. First Time I Saw You
    8. And She’s Sleeping Now
    9. Too Lost in Love
    10. Wade in the Water
    11. (She Glows)
    12. All the Things That Happen to Me Erhältlich ab 07.09.2018

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