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March 5, 2015
6:26 pm

Shop Now: Limited Edition Weyes Blood T-shirts

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We got our hands on an ultra-limited quantity of Weyes Blood t-shirts, specially designed for her most recent European tour. Silkscreened white Anvil shirt with teal ink. Shop now!

March 4, 2015
3:24 pm

Tune In: Gregg Kowalsky on Dublab


Gregg Kowalsky will be on dublab’s The Celsius Drop this Thursday 10 – 12pm (PST) playing records and talkin’ Marfa Myths. Gregg’s Tape Chants installation / performance is a part of our March 13 – 15 festival in Marfa, Texas.

Tune in / purchase tickets

March 4, 2015
2:32 pm

Go Behind The Scenes of Suicideyear’s EU Tour


UO Europe went behind the scenes of Suicideyear‘s recent European tour in their Disposable Diaries feature. Check out all the antics here and preorder the special edition clear vinyl version of Japan from Urban Outfitters in the UK.

March 4, 2015
2:24 pm

GABI + Weyes Blood in NPR Music’s Austin 100

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NPR Music taps GABI and Weyes Blood for inclusion in their annual Austin 100: SXSW 2015 Mix. Download “Fleece” and “Some Winters” here and add both women to your must-see SXSW list. Stay tuned for official dates + lineup info.

Preorder GABI – Sympathy

Purchase Weyes Blood – The Innocents

March 4, 2015
2:16 pm

New Remix EP From Tallesen

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Software beatmaker Tallesen expands upon 2014’s Stills Lit Through with a new digital-only remix EP featuring reworks from Thug Entrancer, Dreamcrusher, Kanyon, Lord Raja, and Best Available Technology. The EP will be available for free via Bandcamp on Friday, March 6. Stream BAT’s propulsive remix of “Chime Ever” via Decoder and preview Dreamcrusher’s constructivist rework of “Glenticast” via Electronic Beats.

March 4, 2015
11:59 am

New From Anthology: Bernard Fèvre + Black Devil


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Anthology Recordings is proud to announce French experimental composer Bernard vre as the label’s next reissue subject. On May 12, Fèvre’s legedendary Disco Club EP will be available for the first time in its complete sequence since 1978. A pair of his most influential library LPs, Suspense and Cosmos 2043, will also see their first reissue on the same date. This two album retrospective marks the first chapter in the Anthology Cinema Studies division, our ongoing exploration of this diverse and demented genre. Tap into the freak-uency with Disco Club opener “H” Friend and preorder all three albums from Anthology below:

Disco Club
Cosmos 2043