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ALBUM ANNOUNCE // S. Carey ‘Range of Light’ Out April 1st, Listen To “Fire-Scene” Now Via Stereogum




It has been over 3 years since since S. Carey‘s All We Grow was released on Jagjaguwar, and today we announce his new full length album Range of Light will be out April 1st, 2014 (March 31 in UK). The new album, previewed in Spin last week, is his first recorded in a studio, at Justin Vernon’s April Base Studios in Wisconsin, and brings collaboration from Vernon and Sean’s live band saying “I just wanted to include them because these guys are my brothers…some of my best friends.”

The album’s title originally comes from the naturalist John Muir, who founded the environmental organization the Sierra Club and took great care with and had a great appreciation for the California’s Sierra Nevada mountains. On the title and thought process of the album, Carey writes,

“The ‘Range of Light,’ to me, is the range of my own happiness and the range in anyone’s happiness, sadness…it became a very California-inspired record for me. California and Arizona, specifically, because when I was a kid, my parents got divorced, and my dad lived in Arizona. Every summer we would go visit him and explore — basically road-trip around and camp and fish and hike, and do all that stuff in Arizona and in California, because we had a bunch of cousins and aunts and uncles that lived there. Some of the songs are about those memories, which again goes back to the ‘Range of Light.”

Preview the new album by hearing the new track “Fire-Scene” [via Stereogum premiere this morning] above or on our Soundcloud / YouTube pages.

Range of Light is now available for pre-order via iTunes, and comes with an instant-grat download of “Fire-scene.” A pre-order with instant-grat is also available through SC Distribution, in addition to a Range of Light deluxe package, which includes limited-edition marble vinyl and a limited-edition “Fire-scene” 7″, featuring exclusive b-side “Chrysalis.” Others can also find the new album available via Amazon and your local record store.

Click read more to get album artwork, the track list, and tour dates starting in Iowa on release week in April.
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Stream S. Carey’s “Hoyas” Now via Stereogum

You’ve waited patiently to hear it, now here’s your chance. A week before its official release, S. Carey‘s Hoyas is available for streaming at Stereogum. It will be available for your listening pleasure all week, plus you get a free download of the first-track, “Two Angles.” The four-song EP is the second release from Carey and you can pre-order it HERE.

Carey’s provided some visuals to accompany the songs. Check out his photo guide HERE. Don’t you dare miss him and the entire Bon Iver gang on tour this summer. Full list of dates HERE.

New Video: Pterodactyl “School Glue”

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Today Stereogum premiered Pterodactyl’s new video for “School Glue” from their new album Spills Out. The video features Pterodactyl held prisoner in a Sci-Fi fantasy world. Lording over them is a series of floating heads that include members of Oneida, Parts & Labor, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Ex-Models, and Knyfe Hyts. Pterodactyl’s Spills Out comes out November 15 on Jagjaguwar’s Brah Records imprint. Tomorrow Pterodactyl start a five week North American tour, check out the tour dates HERE.

New Music From Volcano Choir Crew- Tiny Creatures Featuring Justin Vernon on “An Iris”

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What do Thomas Winceck and Kanye West have in common? They both recruited our man Justin Vernon on a recent track of theirs!

Wincek (Collections Of Colonies Of Bees, Volcano Choir) is leading the path for his new project, All Tiny Creatures.  You can catch the band’s first song, “An Iris”(Feat. Justin Vernon) over at Stereogum.  They also featured a mixtape with a handful of other tunes off their upcoming debut, Harbors.

Small Black Give First Details of Recording Their New Record

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Last year Small Black released their debut self-titled EP that became a web sensation. Particularly the song “Despicable Dogs” became a golden gem in the pantheon of electro-pop, helped by a truly exceptional music video. Small Black toured the world before settling back to their east coast environs to begin the recording of their new album. The band escaped the hustle and bustle of their Brooklyn homes in favor of the sleepy suburbs of Delaware and proceeded to dive deep into the studio. Stereogum reports on the recording sessions today in the latest installment of their ongoing “Progress Report” series. You can get all the details on what Small Black have been up to and a few hints at the details of their first full-length album right HERE. Stay tuned for more news on the new album in the weeks to come.

How Can You Really 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
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey

Higher by Lia Ices

Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves

City Wrecker by Moonface

How Can You Really by Foxygen

Pink Mountaintops
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Small Black
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The Cave Singers
Vancouver, BC - Performance Works  w/ The Nautical Miles

The Cave Singers
Vancouver, BC - Fringe Festival

Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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