Announcing:
Thom Fekete Grow

Shortly after Surfer Blood announced their third record, 2015’s 1000 Palms, guitarist Thomas Fekete left the band in the wake of a devastating cancer diagnosis. Over the next year, friends and family launched various fundraising campaigns to help pay for his treatment, but he unfortunately succumbed to the aggressive form of sarcoma in May of 2016. As he sought experimental and alternative treatments for the rare disease, however, he never once stopped creating music. He released a solo cassette called Burner in the summer of 2015, and spent the rest of his life working on its follow-up. While he never managed to complete the effort before his passing, his widow, Jessica Fekete and Burner masterer Daniel Good dug through his computer to bring together the last work of his life as his posthumous sophomore album, Grow.

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Announcing:
The Ophelias, Almost

Produced by Yoni Wolf (WHY?), the new album Almost glides between palatial assuredness and pallid introspection, looking back on youthful yearning—the uncertainties, the traumas, the anxieties—without discounting its soft beauty. The Ophelias steer Almost through the lineage of coming-of-age confessionals, and affectionately document their growth into a warm, fractured adulthood.

Stereogum premiered official Lyric Video for first single ”Fog”. “Just under two minutes, it’s jumpy, sweeping, and polished. It feels alive and warm, as if covered in a sheet of honey.”

Available for Pre-Order on strawberry creamsicle vinyl, green glass vinyl, CD, Cassette and digital right this way…

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Joan of Arc, 1984

Check out 1984.com for some related reading while you absorb this amazing record.

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Announcing: WHY? Alopecia - 10th anniversary reissue!

When it dropped in 2008, Alopecia not only marked WHY?'s evolution from a sonically collaged mostly solo project to a live-recorded powerhouse band of badass multi-instrumentalists, it also minted a genre of one: wryly written, poignantly posed, simultaneously swaggering and heart-rending song-rap that jangles like folk, bursts like psych-rock, and sways like chamber pop. To this day, there is no other group that sounds or feels like WHY? does on Alopecia.

The limited edition vinyl is pressed on cloud color vinyl; 'bonus 7" on red vinyl, featuring remixes by Boards of Canada and Dntel

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Yonatan Gat, Universalists

After three years of work, Yonatan Gat has finally completed his ambitious and expansive new album: Universalists.

The sources of inspiration on Universalists are vast. This album is a conceptual and crafted snapshot of an artist evolving and experimenting, fusing the physical garage punk and freewheeling improvisational sounds with elements of avant-garde composition, electronic production and the signature sound of his inimitable guitar.

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