Out This Week 3/10

Hilary Harris

Hilary Harris

One of the must-haves from this week’s list of new releases (courtesy of our friend Largehearted Boy) is the latest from Elvis Perkins, who just performed songs from the new album, Elvis Perkins in Dearland, live in-studio yesterday at KEXP>. Also on the list, you’ll find a lot of bands heading down to SXSW next week: Bishop Allen, BLK JKS, Balmorhea, Casiotone For The Painfully Alone, Cursive, among others. Seattle bands and Northwest labels represent this week:Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band with a strong debut, a great new EP from Sleepy Eyes Of Death, plus the anticipated new releases from Handsome Furs (Sub Pop) and Mirah (K Records). One time Seattle resident Chris Cornell is putting out his Timbaland produced solo effort Scream. Also worth checking out are the latest from Extra Golden, Arboretum, Tim Heckner, Julie Doiron, Chin Chin, Madeline, Buddy and Julie Miller, Razorlight ,Madeleine Peyroux and the first release in nearly ten years from Los Fabulosos Cadillacs. Also, Merge is making available three out-of-print albums from KEXP regular Richard Buckner. There’s plenty to choose from, so get out there and support your local record shops!

Arboretum - False Spring (MP3)
from Song of the Pearl on Thrill Jockey

Balmorhea - Harm & Boon (MP3)
from All is Wild, All is Silent on Western Vinyl

Bishop Allen - Dimmer (MP3)
form Grrr... on Dead Oceans

BLK JKS - Lakeside (MP3)
from Mystery EP on Secretly Canadian

Richard Buckner - Gauzy Dress (MP3)
from Bloomed (reissue) on Merge

Richard Buckner - Emily Sparks (MP3)
from The Hill (reissue) on Merge

Richard Buckner - Born in to Giving (MP3)
from Impasse (reissue) on Merge

Casiotone For The Painfully Alone - Old Panda Days (MP3)
from Advance Base Battery Life on Tomlab

Chin Chin - GG and the Boys (MP3)
from The Flashing, The Fancing on Definitive Jux

Chris Cornell - Scream
from Scream on Interscope

Cursive - From the Hips (MP3)
from Mama, I’m Swollen on Saddle Creek

Dead Heart Bloom - Flash in a Bottle (MP3)
from In Chains EP on KEI Records

Julie Doiron - Consolation Prize (MP3)
from I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day on Jagjaguwar

Elvis Perkins in Dearland - Shampoo (MP3)
from Elvis Perkins in Dearland on XL

Extra Golden - Anyango (MP3)
from Thank You Very Quickly on Thrill Jockey

Handsome Furs - I’m Confused (MP3)
from Face Control on Sub Pop

Tim Hecker - Sea of Pulses (MP3)
from An Imaginary Country on Kranky

Knot Feeder - You Are My First Choice (To Throw Out The Window) (MP3)
from Light Flares on File Thirteen

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs - Padre Nuestro (MP3)
from La Luz Del Ritmo on Nacional Records

Madeline - Sorry (MP3)
from White Flag on Orange Twin

Romi Mayes - Achin’ in Your Bones (MP3)
from Achin’ In Yer Bones on Continental Records

Buddy and Julie Miller - album intro
from Written In Chalk on New West

Mirah - Gone Are the Days (MP3)
from (a)spera on K Records

Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band - Anchors Dropped (MP3)
from Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band on Dead Oceans

Madeleine Peyroux - album intro
from Bare Bones on Rounder Records

Pronto - When I’m on the Rocks (MP3)
from All Is Golden on Contraphonic

Razorlight - Wire To Wire
from Slipway Fires on Mercury Records

Anni Rossi - Wheelpusher (MP3)
from Rockwell on 4AD

Sleepy Eyes Of Death - Pierce The Air (MP3)
from Dark Signals EP on mass mvmnt

tUnE-yArDs - Sunlight (MP3)
from BiRd-BrAiNs on Marriage Records

The Weight - Closer than a Friend (MP3)
from Are Men on Teepee Records

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5 Comments

  1. Cojo
    Posted March 10, 2009 at 12:55 pm | Permalink

    What’s the word on Buckner’s re-issue of The Hill? I see you’ve got an mp3 of Emily Sparks - are the tracks broken out individually now?

  2. Posted March 10, 2009 at 1:04 pm | Permalink

    I’m not sure about on the CD reissue, but if you go to the Merge Digital Store, you’ll see that the album is tracked out.

  3. Cojo
    Posted March 10, 2009 at 1:43 pm | Permalink

    Ahhhh, the digital age...aka, the instant gratification era. We’ll see what happens!

  4. rick
    Posted March 10, 2009 at 1:44 pm | Permalink

    can’t believe KEXP mentioned the new Cornell album. biggest disappointment / embarrassment ever to many of us. on a happier note ... KEXP rocks, keep up the good work.

  5. Posted March 10, 2009 at 4:10 pm | Permalink

    Definitely not going to be everyone’s cup of tea!

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