Music Releases 11-08-19
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Bridges To Buenos Aires is the latest concert release from The Rolling Stones' archive. The full-length show from their five night sell-out residency at the River Plate Stadium in Argentina's capital city has been restored in full and features a very special guest appearance from Bob Dylan on Like A Rolling Stone. Filmed on April 5th 1998, by this point, the band had played to over two million people on the first two legs of the tour in North America and Japan. On Limited Color 3LP set.
Post Malone bends genres to create his own sonic sound that’s intoxicating. 2019 has been packed with one milestone after another for the Dallas native. “Congratulations” has been certified Diamond by the RIAA. Beerbongs & Bentleys emerges on the Mid-Year Top 10 Albums and he has two entries on the Mid-Year Top 10 Selling Digital Songs, namely “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)” w/ Swae Lee at #3 & “wow.” at #6, the later of which will be released as a 7” single LP on 11/8.
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First time available commercially on vinyl. Contains tracks from LBC Crew, H-Town, Adina Howard/Somethin’ for the People, R. Kelly, Soopafly, Ganjah K, Luniz, Dru Down, Shirley Murdock/Roger, Drawz, Dark Comedy, Tevin Campbell, Eric Benét, Sandra St. Victor and Smooth 2-LP set pressed on Translucent Red Vinyl
Limited to 300 Copies in the US, special marble 180g vinyl, plus download code. Includes 2 limited edition prints by Gina Birch and Ana da Silva. Remastered from original masters. November 2019 marks the 40th Anniversary of the release of The Raincoats’ self-titled debut album. and the band plan to celebrate with a series of live performances in the UK and at Le Guess Who? Festival in Utrecht.
Renowned Montréal/Cairo composer Sam Shalabi returns with his exhilarating and utterly genre-bending big band Land Of Kush. The trenchantly-titled Sand Enigma bristles with defiant exuberance, restless creative energy, and electrifying cross-cultural expression – the band's most accomplished, acute and accessible album to date (though don’t expect ‘easy listening’ from this boundary-pushing hydra-headed entity). Sand Enigma is a wildly diverse and hugely compelling tour de force of modern composition that pulses with emotion and experimentation, blending avant-garde, psychedelic, Middle Eastern, out-jazz, electronic, and improv/free music tropes to stunning effect. The 75-minute opus, brilliantly recorded by Radwan Ghazi Moumneh (Jerusalem In My Heart, Matana Roberts) captures a band on fire, flowing through composed set-pieces, improvisational turns, harmolodic gestural and textural interplay, bursts of fervent groove, and fearless, feral experimentation. While the bounty of heavy-hitting instrumental players are too numerous to call out here, Sand Enigma notably features two new Land Of Kush collaborators, both of them leading lights of Cairo’s burgeoning avant-electronic scene: Nadah El Shazly and Maurice Louca. As Alan Bishop of Sublime Frequencies raves: "Shalabi raises the bar for modern psychedelic music with Land Of Kush, weaving a seamless montage of styles in a transcendent way that is rarely, if ever, achieved."