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Algebra Mothers A-Moms = Algebra Mothers
Never-before-heard recordings from four like-minded misfits/artists/musicians/friends, A-Moms = Algebra Mothers serves up the sounds of the home studios and clubs the band frequented in Detroit between 1977-1984. Their first release in 40 years, and their second release EVER is out now.
Father John Misty Live at Third Man Records
In September last year, Josh Tillman, a.k.a. Father John Misty stopped by our Nashville headquarters on an otherwise ordinary Tuesday afternoon and surprised us all with a lunchtime solo, acoustic set before his sold-out Ryman Auditorium performance. We had our 1955 Scully Lathe at the ready to capture the performance, which covers material from his first three records stripped completely bare. A must-have for existing Father John Misty/Fleet Foxes/Josh Tillman fans, and a worthy introduction for those new to the psychedelic provocateur's "authentically bogus" stylings...
Liza Anne Kevin Morby
Recorded right before the release of her Arts & Crafts instant-fan-making debut Fine But Dying, Liza Anne's live single "Take It Back" is moving, propulsive indie pop at its finest. Formally a member of New York folk group Woods, Kevin Morby here borrows less from the sweeping orchestras of Leonard Cohen's catalog and more from the melancholic austerity of Bert Jansch.
Sleep Leagues Beneath
The California stoner metal's new offering is a testament to what has made their recent full length The Sciences such a success: bottomless tone, spacetime-melting riffs and an unparalleled aural experience from start to finish. “Leagues Beneath" features a full 17-minute hadal plunge on the A-side, with a tentacled aquanaut nightmare etching on the B-side.