From the Software Recording Co. side of our compound, Suicideyear offers an emotional roller coaster of a mix for FACT Magazine. If you haven’t checked out Suicideyear’s recently released Remembrance, there are multiple means to the tunes via Software or iTunes.
Pilgrim Surf + Supply “go in” with Morning of the Earth director Albert Falzon and Heath Joske, a featured surfer in the film, for this interview ahead of the Anthology Film Archives 16 mm screening tomorrow, September 25. Grip your copy of the soundtrack and get your screening tickets HERE.
Also out today, the deconstructed folk of Lower Plenty‘s Life / Thrills LP. If you’re in Los Angeles on October 12, catch them at Origami Vinyl. Otherwise, grip the vinyl HERE.
To celebrate the release date of Arp‘s Pulsars e Quasars, Stereogum premieres “UHF1” from the seven track EP. Arp will be playing a record release show at Glassland’s in Brooklyn, NY on October 15 – Get your tickets HERE. You can get your Arp fix by streaming the EP via Spotify and purchasing the album HERE.
Anthology Recordings continues the Robert Lester Folsom and The RLF Band tradition started with Music And Dreams by repressing this classic title and compiling Ode To A Rainy Day: Archives 1972-1975, a fantastic trip through Folsom’s unreleased material. Listen to “See You Later, I’m Gone” from Ode below and pre-order both albums as a bundle, available for a limited time.
Get your advanced listening of Suicideyear‘s upcoming album Remembrance streaming now on Pitchfork. Gearing up for the EP release on September 23, Suicideyear released a video for the released-titled track “Remembrance”. Take a ride through James’ world in Baton Rouge and get a taste of some of his top selected southern mixtapes over at FACT.