record store day

premiere: Stealing Sheep – Murmur Earth

Here's a brand new one from Liverpool group Stealing Sheep, recorded during the sessions for their excellent, delightfully off-kilter new LP Not Real, out this week on Heavenly. The band decided to leave this one off the record "after much painful deliberation", but the woozy, lurching inc…
premiere: Fear of Men – Alta / Waterfall
UK group Fear Of Men unveils the gorgeous opening track(s) from their forthcoming proper debut LP Loom, in which Jess Weiss continues to stake her claim as one of the most devastating lyricists in the game, in both content and delivery...
Nicolas Jaar x Grizzly Bear – Sleeping Ute (remix)

Nicolas Jaar stretches out Grizzly Bear's "Sleeping Ute" into one of his classic, elegantly layered, haunting slow-builders, guaranteed to move refined dancefloors everywhere. Taken from their beautiful / instantly sold-out collaborative Record Store Day exclusive 12", which also feat…
mp3: Black Milk – “Computer Ugly Ugly / Why Worry”
Fresh off one of the year's best hip-hop singles to date, Detroit's Black Milk is set to drop one of the very few essential Record Store Day releases from this year's selection, in the form of his vinyl-only Synth or Soul 12". Listen to a track from each of the Small Wonder-r…
giveaway: Beach House’s Bloom + Lazuli 7″
Our friends at Sub Pop have hooked us up with one of the few copies of Beach House's extremely limited blue Lazuli Record Store Day 7" that wasn't immediately grabbed up by eBay scalpers, along with a copy of the group's beautiful new album Bloom on CD...
new Beach House – “Lazuli”
Beach House has unveiled another track from their beautiful new record Bloom. "Lazuli" is also available in physical form this weekend as the a-side on the band's Record Store Day 7" single, limited to 2400 copies on blue vinyl, out Saturday at your local independent record store:

mp3: John Maus – “No Title (Molly)”

New John Maus, taken from "Ribbon Music and Domino's first ever FlexiDisc Zine available exclusively on Record Store Day, April 21st." No title, but we'll assume the Molly in question is this Molly:

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