SOURCE: FIRE The Lemonheads follow up the critically acclaimed ‘Varshons’ from nearly ten years ago with another eclectic collection of covers. Produced by Matthew Cullen and mastered by Howie Weinberg (Beastie Boys, Nirvana, The Ramones), their tenth studio album brims with the slowly-matured vocal of Evan Dando as he lures a host of personal faves to…

SOURCE: OFFICIAL PANDA BEAR SITE The sixth album from Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, was co-produced and co-mixed by Rusty Santos. Animated by their ongoing interest in contemporary music production techniques, Buoys retains a deep layer of experimentation coursing through its hyper-modern production – a hallmark of Panda Bear releases that will feel intimately familiar to fans…

Tim Heidecker, perhaps one of the most most generous and prolific satirist, gives us his Another Year In Hell: Collected Songs from 2018 EP, the follow up to 2016’s acclaimed Too Dumb For Suicide: Tim Heidecker’s Trump Songs. He also shares a lyric video for “Ballad of ICE Agent Ray,” edited by Vic Berger and stylized with a still of…

SLOW AIR is the fourth album by Still Corners, released on Wrecking Light on 17th August 2018 is being re pressed in the coming weeks as it is out of stock. Vinylradar has checked this with Wrecking Light Records who has confirmed that the repressed record is already on its way to the distributors and…

SOURCE: MERCURY REV WEBSITE Mercury Rev are pleased to announce the upcoming release of their own version of Bobbie Gentry’s ‘The Delta Sweete’ featuring contributions from Norah Jones, Hope Sandoval, Lucinda Williams, Margo Price, Beth Orton, Susanne Sundfor, Laetitia Sadier, Carice van Houten, Rachel Goswell, Vashti Bunyan, Kaela Sinclair, Marissa Nadler and Phoebe Bridger. Bobbie…

SOURCE: Epitaph RAT BOY first found Armstrong’s punk/hip-hop band The Transplants in his father’s record collection, and subsequently delved into his back catalogue with Rancid and Operation Ivy. RATBOY had repeatedly mentioned his admiration of Armstrong in interviews, which led to the L.A. punk veteran discovering the young Essex upstart. Separated by 30 years of age and the Atlantic Ocean, RAT BOY and Armstrong sound like the very definition of an odd couple. But they…