Past Releases

Reigning Sound "A Little More Time with Reigning Sound (Merge)"

From Merge Records:

 

The old saying “you can’t go home again” is most often true. Life moves on and nothing stays the same, but that’s certainly not the case for songwriter Greg Cartwright, who returned to his home city of Memphis to record the new Reigning Sound album, A Little More Time with Reigning Sound.

And it’s not only the terrain that’s familiar: For this new LP, Cartwright also reunited with Reigning Sound’s original “Memphis lineup” of Jeremy Scott (bass), Greg Roberson (drums), and Alex Greene (keyboards), all of whom played on the band’s earliest recordings. The new songs explore fresh lyrical and musical territories but at times also tastefully echo back to Reigning Sound’s Break Up, Break Down and Time Bomb High School. That’s not by chance—it’s just what happens when these musicians get in the same room. Their sonic chemistry hasn’t faded a bit.

Joey Pecoraro "Old Time Radio"

Sunroof "Electronic Music Improvisations Vol. 1 (Mute)"

From Bandcamp:

 

Electronic Music Improvisations Volume 1 is a collection of eight improvised modular pieces recorded as live in various studio spaces across London in the spring and summer of 2019.

Colleen "The Tunnel and the Clearing (Thrill Jockey)"

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’ve been staring at the front page of colleenplays.org for what feels like years. There it is, right on the front… “Working on my 7th album now, which should be available in spring 2021.” I’ve been anxiously awaiting any change to that info as I happen to be a HUGE fan of Cécile Schott’s music. And then, one fateful day earlier this week, like a beacon from above, came THE NEW COLLEEN ALBUM into our inbox courtesy of our friends at Thrill Jockey. Quickly, we asked when it was coming out and we were told May-but, since we know you all love her music as much as we do, they gave us special permission to send the album out super-early. Here it is! The Tunnel and the Clearing is everything you want it to be. Analogue warmth – chilling harmonies, heady beauty, some bloops and bleeps and vocals! I know all anyone needs here is a soft sell, so dig in! (BRM One-Stop)