St Vincent Piggy [RSD21] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2021 - Drop 2. Available from us on Saturday 17th July from 6:00pm. Click notify me above to be kept up to date. St Vincent’s takes on Nine Inch Nails classic “Piggy” (featuring Dave Grohl on drums) and Metallica's classic “Sad But True”. Loma Vista 7" RSD 2021
Denzel Curry / Robert Glasper Live From Leimart Park [RSD21] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2021 - Drop 2. Available from us on Saturday 17th July from 6:00pm. Click notify me above to be kept up to date. Equal artist billing, one song from Denzel Curry's repertoire and one song from Robert Glasper's repertoire. Both songs were performed by Denzel, Robert and a band during a session in the Fall of 2020 that we dubbed "LiveFromLeimert Park".TRACKLISTA1. So Incredible (LiveFromLeimert Park)A2. This Changes Everything (LiveFromLeimert Park)Side B is a picture disc Loma Vista 7" RSD 2021
Rise Against Nowhere Generation [7" Single] UK retail exclusive of a very limited 7" single from the legendary American punk-rockers Rise Against. Loma Vista 7"
Rise Against Nowhere Generation Exclusive LP is on 'clear w/ black blob' coloured vinyl, /500. Indies exclusive LP is on 'transparent red' coloured vinyl. The highly anticipated new album from the legendary American punk-rockers Rise Against, another dose of their high-octane and melodically charged punk with their outspoken and socially conscious lyricism. Nowhere Generation, due out June 4 on Loma Vista Recordings, is blazing and aggressive, fusing old-school punk attitude with post hardcore fury. Lyrically, the eleven songs were influenced by input from the band’s vocalist/lyricist Tim McIlrath’s two young daughters, and the band’s community of fans, and point an enormous spotlight at the social and economic deck that has been stacked against younger generation’s pursuit of The American Dream. Today, there is the promise of The American Dream, and then there is the reality of The American Dream. America’s “historical norm” that “the next generation will be better off than the one that came before” has been diminished by an era of mass social, economic, and political instability, and a sell-out of the Middle Class. The brass ring that was promised by hard work and dedication no longer exists for everyone, and as was the case with the counterculture of the 1960s, disruption becomes the only answer for the Nowhere Generation. Nowhere Generation was recorded at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado under the tutelage of Jason Livermore, Andrew Berlin, Chris Beeble and long-time producer/engineer Bill Stevenson (Black Flag, The Descendents) who has worked with the band on nearly all of their acclaimed releases since their sophomore effort, 2003’s Revolutions Per Minute, and is often described as Rise Against’s fifth member. Loma Vista CD | LP Exclusive
St Vincent Daddy's Home Indies and high street retailers exclusive LP is on 'transparent' coloured vinyl. "Pay Your Way In Pain" is the first single ahead of St. Vincent's highly anticipated new album Daddy's Home, produced by pop producer and long term collaborator Jack Antonoff. "I was inspired by the classic records of the 70s. Stevie, Sly, Stones, Steely Dan, Chords, Groove. The days when sophisticated harmony and rhythm didn't sound heady - they just sounded, and felt good. Lots of guitar. But warm sounds, not distortion and chaos. Hopefully a turn nobody will see coming" - Annie Clark. Loma Vista CD | LP Signed
Skegss Rehearsal Rising Australian band Skegss—Ben Reed (vocals, guitar), Toby Cregan (bass, guitar, vocals), and Jonny Lani (drums)—today announced their new album Rehearsal, produced by Catherine Marks, will be released on March 26th, 2021 via Loma Vista Recordings. An adrenaline shot straight to the heart, the album’s exhilarating latest single “Valhalla” is out now alongside an equally madcap video directed by Jamieson Kerr, which stars the viking trio of Reed, Cregan, and Lani enjoying a gluttonous feast before their own massacre. Rehearsal, featuring a trippy cover by cult Aussie outsider and frequent Skegss collaborator Jack Irvine Loma Vista / Spinefarm CD | LP
Manchester Orchestra The Million Masks of God The sixth full length album from the incredible Manchester Orchestra, following on from the acclaimed 2017 album A Black Mile To The Surface. Expansive indie-folk blended seamlessly with a alt-rock edge, tied together with spellbinding vocal harmonies and grand crescendos. Fans of Thrice, Bright Eyes, Jimmy Eat World and mewithoutYou should get well into this. Manchester Orchestra’s sixth album The Million Masks of God—due out April 30th, 2021, via Loma Vista Recordings—showcases the strength and boundary-pushing invention of Manchester Orchestra’s consistently impressive catalog. The album is a testament to the kinship of the band’s songwriting duo, Andy Hull and Robert McDowell; a bond that enabled them to take a deeply personal experience and turn it into limitless, compassionate, communal, revelatory art. “There’s a decision we’re faced with when experiencing loss and the inevitable grief that follows. Do we let it sink us? Try to ignore it and pretend it’s not there? Or do we search and dig until we find signs of beauty in life and all of its experiences? In a way, the grief will always define you, but being together and creating something meaningful from all of the hardships has been the most helpful tool I’ve found,” says Hull. “Making this record reiterated to us that there are no rules and there is no ceiling. It convinced us to be ambitious and take our time in order to create something really special. I’m more proud of this record than anything we’ve ever done.” With Masks, the band (Hull, McDowell, drummer Tim Very, and bassist Andy Prince) pushed themselves to break beyond the scope and limits of every previous album, and focused on creating a tightly-woven, cinematic record intended to be an immersive experience, listened to in sequence and in a single sitting, with the songs working together to tell a bold, long-form narrative. Co-produced by Hull, McDowell, Catherine Marks—with whom they collaborated on 2017’s instant-classic A Black Mile To The Surface (featuring the band’s first #1 AAA and Top 15 Alternative radio hit “The Gold”)—and artist/producer Ethan Gruska (Phoebe Bridgers, Fiona Apple), the four-headed production monster proved to be a synergetic and organically invigorating combination. The result is their most powerful and sonically impressive release of their career: an album as epic and ripping sonically as it is conceptually heady, which unfurls into an ever-expanding and lush world of instrumentation. Loma Vista / Spinefarm CD | LP
Rhye Home For Rhye’s Michael Milosh, the home is the center of creativity and community. It transcends conventional understandings of walls, stairs and hardwood floors. A culmination of a wayfarer’s journey, the home is a balm for a restless spirit — a place to simply be. Written throughout 2019 and early 2020, recorded at Milosh’s home studio, United Recording Studios and Revival at The Complex, and mixed by Alan Moulder (Nine Inch Nails, Interpol, My Bloody Valentine, U2, The Killers), Home is familiar in its synthesis of propulsive beats, orchestral flourishes, piano ruminations and sultry, gender-nonconforming vocals, but never have they sounded more cohesive or alive. “I'm always trying to always accomplish musical goals that are connected to the way I listened to and interact with music as a child,” Milosh says. The sentiment also underscores a broader, less obvious, but no less important theme echoed through his new record: No matter where life takes us, we can always go home. Loma Vista Recordings CD | LP