The One After: Reel Big Fish — Why Do They Rock So Hard?

The One After: Reel Big Fish -- Why Do They Rock So Hard?

The One After: Reel Big Fish — Why Do They Rock So Hard?

The One After is a feature in which Modern Vinyl writers take on the album AFTER the peak. In other words, what did a band do to follow up their greatest record? How do you follow up “Blonde On Blonde?” What about “London Calling?” Did the artist build off their success, recoil from it, or land somewhere in between?


Review: Bear Family’s ‘At the Louisiana Hayride Tonight’

Review: Bear Family’s ‘At the Louisiana Hayride Tonight’

Review — Bear Family’s ‘At the Louisiana Hayride Tonight’

Bear Family’s latest box-set is their biggest ever, weighing in at 9.5 pounds and consisting of 20 compact discs and a 224-page hardback book. It’s the size of 20 LPs stacked on top of one another, clocking in at an astonishing 25+ hours of audio. At the Louisiana Hayride Tonight is an astonishing historical record of the country music program’s 12-year run (and then some), broadcasted on Shreveport’s KWKH-AM.


Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Berwanger’s ‘Broken Moon’

Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Berwanger's 'Broken Moon'

Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Berwanger's 'Broken Moon'

Since 2013, Josh Berwanger has released two full-length albums — Strange Stains and Exorcism Rock — along with the Demonios EP and three singles. So...


G.L.O.S.S.’ “Trans Day of Revenge” recommended at Modern Vinyl

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Over Labor Day weekend last year, I saw Olympia hardcore act G.L.O.S.S. play at a bar and grill in Kansas City. They played at the end of a five or six band bill, pushing the limits of when the show needed to be over. And at the time, all they had released was their five-song demo, but even with just those few songs, the place was packed. They pushed the guys to the back before the last song, and brought all the ladies to the front. G.L.O.S.S. doesn’t have patience for your hurt cis male feelings, guys – they’ve got bigger problems with which to deal.
Read all of the MV Recommends piece on G.L.O.S.S.' Trans Day of Revenge at Modern Vinyl. Published 8/1/16

The Grindhouse Sounds of Isaac Williams at Cinepunx

Nearly every afternoon last week, my wife came home to me blasting music out of my laptop while I read on the living room couch. Despite a stack of half a dozen vinyl LPs awaiting review, I couldn’t stop listening to Isaac Williams’ Soundcloud mixtapes. Going back four years, Williams’ mixes all cull their sounds from cult and exploitation film scores and trailers, but the shapes they sonically take are astonishingly diverse.
Listen to all of Williams' best tracks at Cinepunx. Published 8/1/16

PUP’s self-titled LP out today from SideOne Dummy; BUY IT

pup teeth Toronto's PUP have the stateside release of their self-titled debut out today via SideOne Dummy. I've been listening to it pretty regularly since I was turned onto them by Wade from Black on Black, because it's a monster stereo record -- it's the sort of thing you put on, and just steadily crank the volume until things are rattling on shelves and your ears are ringing. It's exuberant and raucous and holyfuckingshit have you heard "Reservoir"? [embed][/embed] If that doesn't make you want to go driving extraordinarily fast and pump your fist, you're dead inside. This might be my favorite song in years. It comes on, and I find myself ignoring the rest of the album to just repeat it over and over and over and over ... which is both a joy and a shame, because the song is just that fucking good, but the rest of the album is also excellent. You can buy it on either black or white vinyl, along with CD and a bunch of packages, from the SideOne Dummy store. PUP's headed out on tour with Lemuria, Cayetana, and the Menzingers soon -- go see them, because the tour's not hitting Lawrence or Kansas City, so I fucking can't.

Deafheaven’s George Clarke on their new album, “Sunbather”

[caption id="attachment_16834" align="aligncenter" width="560"]Deafheaven / photo by Randi Sumner Deafheaven / photo by Randi Sumner[/caption] Deafheaven's newest album, Sunbather, comes out tomorrow via Deathwish. It's a record that Stereogum describes as "expansive, melodic, blinding, textured, dynamic, and moving." For those who've followed the band since their arrival in 2010, the new album will come as no surprise, but for people discovering Deafheaven's music for the first time, it will seem like a revelation, mixing as it does shoegaze, doom, and black metal for a hypnotic listen. We were lucky enough to be able to ask vocalist George Clarke a few questions via e-mail about Sunbather. The opening track to your new album, "Dream House," was referred to by NPR's Lars Gotrich as having "the distant echoes of "Where the Streets Have No Name." Do you feel the U2 comparison an apt one or not? In a sense, yes. We are definite fans of the band and draw many influences from that era. Is it a direct, conscious influence? I'm not entirely sure. But I would definitely agree that the comparison is warranted, especially in the context that Lars was using. [embed][/embed] Sunbather starts with that nine-minute track. Where do you go after that? Most of our songs are on the longer side only because that's how long we feel they need to be before they feel completed. Sunbather, as a whole, is an enormous piece of ebb and flow so the length of a single song doesn't particularly mean anything to us. The word "epic" gets tossed around a lot in regards to Deafheaven. Do you find this appropriate, or is their another way you'd describe the band's sound? It's a word that writers generally use to describe us as having a large, emotional sound. In that sense, I don't mind it. It's obvious that sort of approach is vital to our sound. The tone of your more recent material -- especially your cover of Mogwai's "Punk Rock / Cody" -- denotes a step away from the double-kick roll on Roads to Judah to a more melodic bent. How does a band meld the melodic instrumentation with your blistering vocals? This band has always had a focus on juxtaposition and while we have ventured into more melodic territories with parts of this album, the key is matching that against the vocal intensity. I find that it is the two opposing directions clashing together that helps make us interesting. The feedback / noise on "Please Remember" almost serves as a point of delineation for Sunbather. Is it a way to divide the album, even if someone's listening to it on CD or digitally? Not necessarily, but with the sequencing, it tends to feel that way. The song itself is made to create a suffocating feeling that falls into a noisy dirge, then releases its tension and melts away. I think it's fitting for the middle of the record. Where did the found audio of the preacher, bus ride, and otherwise in "Windows" come from? It seems almost cinematic, and different from that which comes towards the end of "The Pecan Tree." The song was made to align the notions of a physical 'Hell' against one's personal Hell. The preacher was a field recording taken in downtown San Francisco and it is placed against a drug deal that our guitar player Kerry was involved with. poster - deafheaven tourLastly, what's your tour regimen like? Playing songs like "Vertigo" have to be the musical equivalent of running a marathon, and I wouldn't imagine you go into something like that hungover and tired. Truthfully, if we're hungover, we'll get drunk again to play. A song like Vertigo is hard to place in a set because it's so lengthily and we do usually have a strict set length. We haven't begun to play that song live, but hopefully we will soon. As for the rest of them, they're manageable. Find tour dates and downloads for Deafheaven on their Deathwish page.

Flagyl And Food

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Limited to 500 copies, the oi/ska group ought to have copies at the 2000 Tons of TNT festival in Hartford over Labor Day weekend. It's not yet in the Randale shop, 40mg Flagyl And Food, but keep your eyes glued. If you ever loved the Skoidats or Inspecter 7, Flagyl And Food coupon, this is for you.

Tracklisting is after the jump.

Side A:
Pist 'n' Broke
Skinheads For Life
Dortmunder Union Boys
No Hope in Hell
Friday's Children
Twenty to One
Side B:
Punch the clock
I've Been
Radio News
Stay True

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Flagyl And Breast Feeding

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Retin A Micro How Supplied

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