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Silkworm Lifestyle Vinyl LP Back In Print

Silkworm's Liftestyle LP Back in Print!
Limited Edition Pink Or Classic Black


Silkworm's seventh album Lifestyle returns on the vinyl format this fall. Originally released in 2000 and out of print for over five years, Touch and Go will reissue Lifestyle on September 16th, 2016 - including LIMITED EDTION PINK vinyl.

You can pre-order your copy of Lifestyle on Limited Edition PINK vinyl or classic trusty black vinyl HERE

From now until August 18th, we are also offering a PRE-ORDER ONLY bundle comprised of a limited edition Silkworm zip hoodie with your choice of a pink vinyl copy or a black vinyl copy of Lifestyle. The hoodies are a charcoal heather gray 80/20 zip-up hoodie with a red SKWM logo silkscreened on them. Very nice!
Pre-order the hoodie+LP bundle from now until August 18th HERE

And while supplies last, you can double your Silkworm pleasure with both Lifestyle and It'll Be Cool LPs. Bundle a black vinyl or a white vinyl copy of It'll Be Cool with your pink vinyl copy or your black vinyl copy of Lifestyle. To double-down on your Silkworm vinyl AND get the exclusive SKWM hoodie , place your pre-order HERE



Side A
Contempt
Slave Wages
Treat the New Guy Right
Plain Roots
YR Web

Side B
That's Entertainment
Raging Bull
Around the Outline
Dead Air
Ooh La La
The Bones

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Lee Harvey Oswald Band Blastronaut Vinyl Debut (+ T-shirt & 7")

Lee Harvey Oswald's Blastronaut Available On Vinyl For the First Time 9/16/16

Lee Harvey Oswald Band. The facts. A trio from Texas compromised of Zowie Fenderblast, Dredge, and James Meat who released their third and last album Blastronaut on Touch and Go Records in 1996. Now on September 16th, 2016 - 20 years later, the Lee Harvey Oswald Band's 36-minute magnum opus will finally make its vinyl debut for the first time ever!

Well worth the wait. You weren't ready yet. You still might not be. Brace yourself.
You can pre-order your copy of Blastronaut on LIMITED EDITION GREEN vinyl or Classic Black vinyl HERE

BONUS! All orders include a limited edition 7-inch with two exclusive and unreleased Lee Harvey Oswald Band songs from the Blastronaut era and packaged in a full color 7" jacket.

Need more LHOB? From now until August 18th, you can bundle your copy of Blastronaut on green vinyl or on black vinyl with the limited edition 2-song 7-inch and an EXCLUSIVE LIMITED Lee Harvey Oswald Band - Blastronaut T-shirt. Amazing. We know!

This Deluxe Bundle is available for PRE-ORDER HERE
But act fast, this bundle disappears on August 18th!

Album Track List
The Greatest Man Who Ever Walked the Face of the Earth
Surrender Earthlings
Rocket 69
Easy Amplification
Panic In Hanoi
Brontosaurus
Morphodite
Green Like the Color of Blood
You Talk Sunshine...I Breathe Fire
The Scorpio Letter
Madeline Loves the Leeches

Limited Edition 7" Track List
Rose Marie's Baby
Easy Amplification (Live Lexington)

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Urge Overkill "What's This Generation Coming To?" Official Video Released

From their Stull EP, "What's This Generation Coming To?" was Urge Overkill's 1992 song foreshadowing the era where vinyl was disappearing as compact discs were on the rise. The white vinyl 10" reissue of the Stull EP in fall of 2015 celebrated the reversal of that trend. Order your copy HERE This brand new video is illustrated & animated by Berlin, Germany, based creative Sven-Norman Bommes/ SNOB desillustration.

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Rachel's Music For Egon Schiele Turns 20! Let's Celebrate!



Amazing! It's been 20 years since the release of Rachel's acclaimed album, Music for Egon Schiele! As the soundtrack to a piece of dance and theater based on the life of the romantic and controversial Viennese painter Egon Schiele and presented in 1995 by the Itinerant Theater Guild in 1995 in Chicago, Rachel Grimes composed and performed Music for Egon Schiele with two string musicians during the run of the performance.

Released February 20, 1996, by Quarterstick Records on CD and LP, Rachel's second full-length album features Christian Frederickson on viola, Wendy Doyle on cello, and Rachel Grimes on piano. These songs are not sparse, they're beautiful. They build, they crash, and they capture expressions of colors and tones in musical notation.

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Rachel's 'utterly transporting' album, the piano trio Longleash will perform the newly published compositions of Music for Egon Schiele at the Ecstatic Music Festival in New York City on February 10th, 2016 (almost 20 years to the date of the original release!). Rachel will join the trio for arrangements of pieces from her 2015 album The Clearing (Temporary Residence) and the world premiere of her two-piano work "And Today Was Her Birthday."

For tickets to this 20th anniversary celebratory performance, click HERE

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