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EP ANNOUNCE // S. Carey Shares Supermoon EP, Listen to ‘Neverending Fountain (Alt. Version)’ Via Pitchfork, Living Room Dates In February

Merry Early Christmas! Today, we’re stoked to announce the newest release from S. CareySupermoon EP, out February 17, 2015 via Jagjaguwar. The EP offers re-imagined versions of the Wisconsin-based singer/songwriter and Bon Iver-multi-instrumentalist’s two full-lengths, 2010′s All We Grow and 2014′s Range of Light, alongside the title track new song and a cover of Radiohead’s “Bullet Proof… I Wish I Was”. Pitchfork premiered a first taste of the EP today with “Neverending Fountain (Alt. Version)”, originally found on Range of Light. As an added bonus, an instant grat download of the song comes when you pre-order the EP on iTunes or via Secretly Canadian Distribution. Listen to the track above or on our SoundCloud page + pre-order the EP via iTunes, Amazon, or SC Distribution.

S. Carey will showcase the stripped-down artistry of the Supermoon EP through a series of intimate living room shows this February. Full dates are below.

S. CAREY LIVING ROOM SHOWS
(Tickets at: http://bit.ly/scareylrtix)
Feb. 5 – Des Moines, IA
Feb. 6 – St. Louis, MO
Feb. 7 – Kansas City, MO
Feb. 8 – Tulsa, OK
Feb. 9 – Denton, TX
Feb. 10 – Austin, TX
Feb. 13 – Tucson, AZ
Feb. 14 – Phoenix, AZ
Feb. 15 – San Diego, CA
Feb. 16 – Los Angeles, CA
Feb. 19 – San Francisco, CA
Feb. 20 – Chico, CA
Feb. 21 – Portland, OR
Feb. 22 – Seattle, WA
Feb. 23 – Bellingham, WA
Feb. 24 – Victoria, BC
Feb. 25 – Vancouver, BC

EP ANNOUNCE // Moonface ‘City Wrecker’ EP Out 9/16, Preview With Video For Title Track

Moonface is back this September with a new EP called City Wrecker. Preview the new release by watching the a beautiful black and white video directed by rairai.fi of the title track above or here on YouTube / Vevo. Get more insight into the album below via Spencer Krug himself.

Preorder the album via SC Distribution, iTunes, and your local record store.

We’ll let Spencer take the wheel:

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Hello everyone and anyone.

I recently made some more recordings under the name Moonface, which take the form of a 5 song EP called City Wrecker, and run at around half an hour.

City Wrecker is the title track of the ep. I wrote it before Miley Cyrus released “Wrecking Ball”, but I cannot prove it. Oh well. In describing the song (and maybe the whole EP) I would say it’s the aesthetic opposite of “Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus, which is not to say that’s a good thing or a bad thing, just an apple for you to hold up beside your orange. Regardless of all that, my friend Eetu, who recorded this EP, still likes to call the song “Wrecking Ball” and to sometimes call me Miley, but that’s okay cuz we’re buddies.

I lived in Finland for a couple of years, but now I live in a little town nestled in the woods of Vancouver Island. This is a recent move, and so City Wrecker represents the last album I completed in Helsinki. Maybe I will go back to that big icy lighthouse, and all the lovely weirdos within I have come to love, one day, but for now I have used it up.

I have a tendency to wreck the places I live. I am a luster scraper; a green grass imaginer. I wreck places emotionally, as in, even though they stay the same objectively, they somehow worsen in my heart. I wreck their meaning, and so ultimately their function. No more crackling inspiration. I waste my own time. I get bored. I turn gardens into dust bowls.

And I am a city wrecker not just for myself, but for those close to me as well, for my wrecking is a quiet and creeping poison that is hard to identify; hard to see coming through my mist of moods. I fuss, and then still am dissatisfied, making my loved ones feel sad and helpless, angry and confused, and perhaps most terribly, responsible. Though of course they are blameIess and magnificent.

I suppose this is why I have moved so many times in my life. It is not a good characteristic, and one I should work toward eradicating from my personality. But having regret is also unhealthy. So, I am Popeye?

Anyway, all of the songs on this ep, in one way or another, are about places. Going in and going out. Regret and hope. The past and the future. Ducking out early from your own farewell party. That’s why it’s called City Wrecker.

-Spencer Krug

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CITY WRECKER TRACK LISTING:
1. The Fog
2. City Wrecker
3. Running in Place with Everyone
4. Helsinki Winter 2013
5. Daughter of a Dove

EP RELEASE // Small Black ‘Real People’ EP Out Now, On Tour Now

Small Black‘s Real People, a new 12″ and digital EP from the band which further delves into the sound heard on their 2013 full-length Limits of Desire, is out now worldwide.

Preview the new album by watching the video for the title track directed by Nick Bentgen, who previously directed Small Black‘s “Breathless” video. The newest continues his unique cinematic style with beautiful moving portraits of people exposed to some strange situations. See the video for “Real People” above or on YouTube.

Grab the new EP from SC Distribution and iTunes.

The band is on tour now with all dates listed below.


04/01 | Salt Lake City, UTKirby Court w/ Snowmine – TIX
04/02 | Denver, COHi-Dive w/ Snowmine – TIX
04/04 | Des Moines, IAVaudeville Mews w/ Snowmine – TIX
04/05 | St. Paul, MNTurf Club w/ Snowmine – TIX
04/06 | Chicago, ILSchubas w/ Snowmine – TIX
04/08 | Columbus, OHDouble Happiness w/ Snowmine
04/09 | Detroit, MIMagic Stick w/ Snowmine – TIX
04/10 | Ithaca, NYThe Haunt w/ Snowmine
04/11 | Montreal, QCClub Lambi w/ Snowmine
04/12 | Burlington, VTSignal Kitchen w/ Snowmine – TIX
04/13 | New York, NYBowery Ballroom w/ Snowmine – TIX

WATCH // Small Black Shares “Real People” Video Directed By Nick Bentgen, Stream ‘Real People’ EP via SPIN

Small Black premiered the video for “Real People”, the title track off of their new Real People EP. Directed by Nick Bentgen, who previously directed Small Black‘s “Breathless” video, continues his unique cinematic style with beautiful portraits of people exposed to some strange situations. Watch the video for “Real People” above or on YouTube.

You can stream the band’s new EP via SPIN right here.

Real People will be available on vinyl and digital formats on April 1st (March 31st in Europe). You can pre-order the new album from SC Distribution and iTunes.

The band is on tour right now stopping in San Francisco tonight at Rickshaw Stop and you can see all the tour dates by clicking read more. Copies of the new EP on vinyl 12″ will be available at all of the band’s upcoming tour dates with and Snowmine.
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WATCH // Wolf People Share New “When The Fire Is Dead In The Grate” Video

The men of Wolf People went out and made their own music video for the title track off their newest 12″ When The Fire Is Dead In The Grate. Watch the psychedelic journey through the woods directed by Phil Poole and filmed by band member Davy Willis above on Vevo, on their YouTube page, or for international users who cannot access YouTube/Vevo, it is up on Daily Motion.

Grab Wolf People’s When The Fire Is Dead In The Grate via Amazon, iTunes, or SC Distribution.

Get their LP Fain on LP, iTunes, Amazon, SC Distribution, your local record store.

Forgiven/Forgotten by Angel Olsen
May As Well (Bonus Track) by Angel Olsen
Continental Shelf by Viet Cong
How Can You Really by Foxygen
Cosmic Vibrations by Foxygen
Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black

Continental Shelf by Viet Cong

Windows by Angel Olsen

Your Love Is Killing Me by Sharon Van Etten

Coulda Been My Love by Foxygen

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