PJ Harvey To Bring You My Love Vinyl reissue of the third full length album from the incredible PJ Harvey. If "Dry" was raw and "Rid Of Me" tight and slick, then 1995's "To Bring You My Love" moves further away from PJ Harvey's debut album, offering a fuller electro-acoustic sound from her expanded nine-piece band (more if you count all the instruments Harvey plays herself). The outfit shift effortlessly between solo voice and guitar to a full on collage of sound that rips right through you. Includes the brilliant "Down By The Water". Loma Vista LP
Local Natives / Overcoats When Am I Gonna Lose You (Overcoats Version) / When Am I Gonna Lose You (Local Natives Version) An amazing dub infused reimagination by buzzy Brooklyn duo Overcoats, of the Local Natives hit single When Am I Gonna Lose You. This version of When Am I Gonna Lose You has never been released physically. Loma Vista 7"
Margo Price That's How Rumors Get Started “Everybody wants to know / how I feel and what I think,” Margo Price sings in her emotive, bittersweet twang, halfway through her third full-length record. On That’s How Rumors Get Started, Price has committed her genre-bending rock-and-roll show to record for the first time, stretching out into sky-high soft-rock, burning psychedelic rock ballads, stomping road songs, and sprinkles of pop. That’s How Rumors Get Started was produced by Sturgill Simpson, and co-produced by Margo Price and David Ferguson. The ten new, original songs were primarily recorded at EastWest Studios (Pet Sounds, “9 to 5”), during the week Margo received her Best New Artist GRAMMY nomination, in the middle of her pregnancy with daughter Ramona. The historic band heard on each of the tracks includes guitarist Matt Sweeney (Adele, Iggy Pop), bassist Pino Palladino (D'Angelo, John Mayer), drummer James Gadson (Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye), and keyboardist Benmont Tench (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers). Background vocals were added by Simpson on “Letting Me Down,” and the Nashville Friends Gospel Choir on “What Happened To Our Love?” and “Hey Child.” The album is Margo Price’s debut for Loma Vista Recordings. Loma Vista CD | LP
Marilyn Manson WE ARE CHAOS Indies exclusive LP is on 'white' coloured vinyl. The elenventh full length album from the legendary Marilyn Manson. Manson says of the album, “When I listen to WE ARE CHAOS now, it seems like just yesterday or as if the world repeated itself, as it always does, making the title track and the stories seem as if we wrote them today. This was recorded to its completion without anyone hearing it until it was finished. There is most definitely a side A and side B in the traditional sense. But just like an LP, it is a flat circle and it’s up to the listener to put the last piece of the puzzle into the picture of songs. “This concept album is the mirror Shooter and I built for the listener - it’s the one we won’t stare into. There are so many rooms, closets, safes and drawers. But in the soul or your museum of memories, the worst are always the mirrors. Shards and slivers of ghosts haunted my hands when I wrote most of these lyrics. “Making this record, I had to think to myself: ‘Tame your crazy, stitch your suit. And try to pretend that you are not an animal’ but I knew that mankind is the worst of them all. Making mercy is like making murder. Tears are the human body’s largest export.” Loma Vista / Caroline CD | LP
Marilyn Manson Heaven Upside Down The tenth studio album from the goth-tinged, rock legend Marilyn Manson. Loma Vista CD | LP
Health Death Magic Third album from LA avant-garde electro-noise-rockers Health. Death Magic lets HEALTH explore more conventional realms of music previously out of reach; now, at their most immediate (“STONEFIST”, “LIFE”), the band take on a kind of industrialized Pet Shop Boys essence and, in the album’s headier, more ambient moments, the dense celestial haze of classic shoegaze records. Moved away from the relentless clatter of their first two albums, the band allow themselves more opportunities for dynamic leaps as well, used to profound effect in songs like “COURTSHIP II” and “MEN TODAY” through intermittent outbursts of black metal blast beats and impenetrable walls of feedback. Conventional wisdom insists that artists who move in a more pop-informed direction only limit themselves by doing so, fencing themselves into a corner of generic non-identity; such is not the case with the more open and expressive version of HEALTH on Death Magic. Loma Vista LP
Rhye Spirit The sound of Spirit was born out of falling in love with playing the piano again. About a year and a half ago, my girlfriend surprised me with a borrowed piano. It wasn’t in the best shape, but it made itself at home in my apartment and I started playing it every morning… just messing around at first, but it slowly became a morning ritual I couldn’t shake. As our Secular Sabbath events developed and moved around the world, we were fortunate to be able to meet and experiment with some inspiring musicians. Out of these experiments, new ideas were born and turned into songs with artists like Thomas Bartlett and Olafur Arnalds, whose musical genius now grace this record. When I worked with each of them, both happened to play 80’s era Yamaha pianos. At a certain point, I knew I needed to get one for myself: Loma Vista LP