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Ribbon Recordings

Cat: RBN 010CD. Rel: 05 Apr 12
  1. Pinball Wizard
  2. Rodriguez
  3. The Jacker
  4. Pigs
  5. Spy vs Spy
  6. Outer Body Drifter
  7. Shithouse Drifter
  8. Carnitas
  9. Brunswick Sludge (Meets Front Range Tripper)
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Cat: RBN 068CD. Rel: 12 May 17
  1. The First Thing...
  2. Heatwave
  3. LA Blue
  4. The Valley
  5. Bad Night At Black's Beach
  6. City Of Glass
  7. Blue Skies (On Mars)
  8. Dose
  9. Us
  10. Night Skiing
  11. The Most Crucial Game
  12. The Last Thing...
Review: Aaron M. Olson's CV expands in a myriad directions, with L.A. Takedown being his purely instrumental project, and one that invites natural comparison with soundtrack work owing to its yacht-rock stylings and sci-fi synth, not to mention taking his moniker from a 1989 movie. The vision here however is one of a land where sun-scorched urban vistas are seized by dystopian dread, and Olson's sleight-of-hand and atmospheric prowess render him a dab hand in creating evocative soundscapes that unite retro and future alike. Lovers of M83 and Johnny Jewel take note.
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Cat: RBN 017CD. Rel: 08 Nov 12
Rock (All)
  1. Blue & Silver
  2. Tea Lights
  3. A Dog's Dick
  4. Holy Water
  5. I Get Nervous
  6. Completely Golden
  7. Plastic & Powder
  8. Rosie
  9. Truss Me
  10. Hospice Gates
  11. Two Cocks Waving Wildly Other Across A Vast Open Space, A Dark Icy Tundra
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Cat: RBN 009CD. Rel: 27 Oct 12
  1. Alphabet Song
  2. Brains
  3. Stem
  4. Propagation
  5. Lamb
  6. Candy
  7. Lion In Winter (part 1)
  8. Lion In Winter (part 2)
  9. Nova Anthem
  10. In The End Is The Beginning
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The Competition
Cat: RBN 070CD.
  1. Galapagos
  2. Hand Of God
  3. Two Faced Love
  4. Young Republicans
  5. Real Thing
  6. Buster Keaton
  7. I Drive
  8. Simple Life
  9. Empire Sundown
  10. Lucky People
  11. In Your House
Review: The return of Baltimore's Lower Dens - now with half as many members as last time we caught up with them - could have been entitled "The Contrast", although that may be stating the obvious. As anyone familiar with the outfit's combination of heartfelt vocal delivery, dream pop ambience and brutally honest socio-political commentary will understand. It's a unique combination for a band that, on first contact, sound like they should be all about the love songs. Then again, there's an air of jilted love, or at least just jilted, about numbers like "Young Republicans", sliding into waves of powerful synth as Jana Hunter waxes lyrical about the world burning. While many of today's pop bands nod to the 1980s, Lower Dens are particularly convincing given the decade was, for many, defined by the death of America's big dream and a realisation that societal progress could be a 20th Century myth. Uptempo but stark stuff.
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  1. North Star
  2. The Law
  3. Castles In The Grave
  4. Angel Of The Night
  5. Mental Breakdown
  6. Bennington
  7. Big Dumb Man
  8. No Title (Molly)
  9. Lost
  10. All Aboard
  11. This Is The Beat
  12. My Hatred Is Magnificent
  13. The Fear
  14. Fish With Broken Dreams
  15. Rock The Bone
  16. I Don't Eat Human Beings
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Cat: RBN 072CD. Rel: 27 Oct 17
  1. The Combine
  2. Teenage Witch
  3. Touchdown
  4. Walls Of Silence
  5. Find Out
  6. Decide Decide
  7. Edge Of Forever
  8. The People Are Missing
  9. Pets
  10. Sensitive Recollections
  11. Over Phantom
  12. Bombs Away
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for John Maus, the former college roommate of Ariel Pink with a fondness for blending baroque "modes" and moody, often lo-fi '80s synth-pop. Screen Memories is the producer's first new album since 2011, and glistens from start to finish. After opening with the grandiose synthesizer soundscapes of "Combine" (think Handel on Fairlights, and you're close), Maus delivers a range of atmospheric instrumental and vocal synth-pop gems dripping with Italo-disco style arpeggio lines, John Carpenter flourishes and decidedly cheap, lo-fi drum machine rhythms. At times, such as on "Teenage Witch", he sounds like "No More Heroes"-era Stranglers jamming with Com Truise, at others - see "Touchdown" - like Gary Numan circa "Cars". It's an intoxicating and entertaining blend.
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Cat: RBN 073CD. Rel: 13 Jul 18
  1. Heaven Is Real
  2. Do Your Best
  3. Rights For Gays
  4. Love Letters From Hell
  5. The Silent Chorus
  6. Navy Seals
  7. Pure Rockets
  8. My Whole World Is Coming Apart
  9. Don't Worship The Devil
  10. Tenebrae
  11. Too Much Money
  12. Green Bouzard
  13. Old Town
  14. Times Is Weird
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Cat: RBN 074CD. Rel: 13 Jul 18
  1. Opening
  2. Time To Die
  3. Don't Be A Body
  4. That Night
  5. Real Bad Job
  6. Forever & Ever & Ever
  7. Maniac
  8. Just Wait Til Next Year
  9. I'm Only Human
  10. Less Talk More Action
  11. Through The Skies For You
  12. Blowing In The Mind
  13. Of North Of North Stars
  14. It Takes Time
  15. The Peace That Earth Cannot Give
  16. And Heaven Turned To Her Weeping
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  1. Streetlight (2:00)
  2. Quantum Leap (2:00)
  3. ...And The Rain (2:00)
  4. Hey Moon (2:00)
  5. Keep Pushing On (2:00)
  6. The Crucifix (1:16)
  7. Head For The Country (2:00)
  8. Cop Killer (2:00)
  9. Matter Of Fact (2:00)
  10. We Can Breakthrough (2:00)
  11. Believer (2:00)
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Addendum (CD)
Cat: RBN 085CD. Rel: 18 May 18
  1. Outer Space
  2. Dumpster Baby
  3. Episode
  4. Drinking Song
  5. Figured It Out
  6. Middle Ages
  7. Mind The Droves
  8. Privacy
  9. Running Man
  10. Second Death
  11. 1987
  12. I Want To Live
Review: Thanks to the lengthy gap between 2011's We Must Become The Pitless Sensors of Ourselves and last year's acclaimed Screen Memories, John Maus built up a vast archive of new material. Hence Addendum, an album marketed as a "companion piece" to Screen Memories. Interestingly, much of the material is far more carefree and jubilant than the tracks chosen for its atmospheric and moody predecessor (for proof, see "Episodes" and "Running Man"). It's arguably more in keeping with the lo-fi, off-kilter style of skewed synth-pop - influenced by Baroque modes, as always - with which the Ariel Pink associate made his name. It is, then, a joyous blast from the past packed to the rafters with memorable moments.
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Wenu Wenu (CD)
Cat: RBN 029CD. Rel: 18 Oct 13
  1. Wenu Wenu
  2. Ya Yumma
  3. Nahy
  4. Khattaba
  5. Warni Warni
  6. Mawal Jamar
  7. Yagbuni
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Cat: RBN 020CD. Rel: 09 Feb 13
Rock (All)
  1. We The Common (For Valerie Bolden)
  2. City
  3. We Don't Call
  4. The Feeling Kind
  5. Holy Roller
  6. Kindness Be Conceived
  7. The Long Day
  8. Every Body
  9. Move
  10. Clouds For Brains
  11. Human Heart
  12. Age Of Ice
out of stock $14.30


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