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Duran Duran Announce Title/Release Date of New Album, Tour Dates

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Photo Credit: Stephanie Pistel

Multi-platinum superstars Duran Duran have announced that they will release their 14th studio album, Paper Gods in the U.S. on September 18th and in the rest of the world on September 11th through Warner Bros. Records. Simon Le Bon (vox), Nick Rhodes (keys), John Taylor (bass), and Roger Taylor (drums) recorded the album in London with producers Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson, Josh Blair,and Mr Hudson. The record features special guests Janelle Monáe (on the first single “Pressure Off”), former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante, Canadian Juno-Award winning singer Kiesza, British singer/songwriter Mr Hudson, violinist Davidé Rossi, and actress Lindsay Lohan. The album was mixed by Mark ‘Spike’ Stent. Paper Gods will be available for pre-order and “Pressure Off” will be available for purchase at all participating digital retailers and DuranDuran.com this week.

Paper Gods is said to capture the duality and sense of conflict at the heart of Duran Duran’s music. “It really goes back to that strange early Duran mix: the hard-edged pop, coexisting with this dark, weird, experimental side,” John says.

“That’s something that’s essential to all of us,” Nick adds. “It’s great to be able to lift people’s spirits – and your own – with a strong shot of pure pop, but the world we live in isn’t all just made of that stuff, so it seems natural to me that we have kept one foot in the darker, more Gothic side of life.”

Early sessions for Paper Gods began in 2013, with Mark Ronson and engineer Josh Blair once again joining the band in their south London recording studio, as they had for 2011’s All You Need is Now, which was produced by Ronson. When Ronson was called away to begin working on his own album, Duran Duran and Blair hooked up with the Kanye West/Jay-Z collaborator Ben “Mr” Hudson, and the sessions caught fire.  In the summer of 2014, Ronson returned once more to the project, adding long-time Duran collaborator, Nile Rodgers to the mix for two of the album’s standout tracks.  The remaining songs were co-produced by Josh Blair and the band.

“We found a whole new level of inspiration on this album,” says Rhodes. 

“We’ve allowed ourselves the time to make music that we can be proud of,” adds Le Bon. “I judge what we release by my favourite albums – Horses, Harvest, Let It Bleed, Blue, Transformer, Aladdin Sane. Those are classic albums. The only rule is it’s got to be music you can live with for the rest of your life.”


In a collaboration overseen by China Chow, the band worked closely with Los Angeles-based artist Alex Israel, who created the album’s cover art. It features a collage of images that reference the visual history of Duran Duran, each placed like a sticker on a reproduction of Israel’s “Sky Backdrop” painting.  The logo and graphic design are by Brian Roettinger. You can see the artwork below:

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Alongside news of the new album, Duran Duran have also announced that they will perform a series of summer festivals, as well as several shows in the U.S. in September and October, followed by a UK arena tour that kicks off in late November. Fan Community members (www.duranduranmusic.com) will have access to pre-sale tickets and VIP packages.  Following the Duran Duran VIP member presale, in the UK, American Express Card Members will have the ability to purchase tickets before the general public on-sale. (See below for full details and dates).

Duran Duran’s upcoming tour dates are as follows:

06/20  Barcelona, Spain                 Sonar by Night Festival

06/27  The Hague, Netherlands     Night At The Park

06/28  Kerry, Ireland                       Killarney Festival

08/05  Riverhead, NY                    FOLD Festival (Freak Out!  Let’s Dance Festival – Martha Clara Vineyards)

08/06  Bethlehem, PA                   Musikfest – ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks

09/01  Ibiza                                   Heart at the Ibiza Gran Hotel

09/05  Gibraltar                             Gibraltar Music Festival @ Victoria Stadium

09/11  Isle of Wight, UK                Bestival @ Robin Hill Park

US Tour:

09/20  Morrison, CO                      Red Rocks Amphitheater w/ CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers & Clean Bandit

09/23  Puyallup, WA                      Washington State Fair w/ CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers

09/25  Reno, NV                            Grand Theatre – Grand Sierra Resort & Casino w/ Clean Bandit

09/26  Las Vegas, NV                    Life is Beautiful Festival

09/27  San Diego, CA                    Cal Coast Union Open Air Theatre w/ Clean Bandit

10/01  Los Angeles, CA                 Hollywood Bowl w/ CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers & Clean Bandit

10/02  San Francisco, CA              The Greek Theatre, Berkeley w/ CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers & Clean Bandit

10/03  Rancho Mirage, CA             The Show – Agua Caliente Casino w/ Clean Bandit

UK Tour: **

11/27  Manchester, UK                   Manchester Arena

11/28  Leeds, UK                            First Direct Arena

11/30  Cardiff, UK                           Motorpoint Arena

12/02  Brighton, UK                        Brighton Centre

12/04  Birmingham, UK                  Genting Arena

12/05  Newcastle, UK                     Metro Radio Arena

12/06  Glasgow, Scotland              The SSE Hydro

12/08  London, UK                         The O2

12/09  Bournemouth, UK                Bournemouth International Centre

12/11  Nottingham, UK                   Capital FM Arena

12/12  Liverpool, UK                       Echo Arena

** In the UK, thanks to American Express Invites®, all American Express Card Members get exclusive priority booking for tickets before the general public. American Express Invites priority booking starts 9am 16 June 2015 and ends 9am 19 June 2015. Tickets are available through ticketmaster.co.uk/amex.

For more on Duran Duran, to purchase tour tickets, buy CDs, and more, head to www.duranduran.com

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Phases Release New Video


Newly signed to Warner Bros. Records, electro-pop group Phases, comprised of Z Berg (The Like), Jason Boesel (Rilo Kiley/Bright Eyes), Alex Greenwald (Phantom Planet), and songwriter Michael Runion, have just debuted their video for single, “I’m In Love With My Life” today. The video, directed by award-winning film, television, commercial and music video director Ethan Tobman is sure to impress even those die-hard “video killed the radio star” believers.

Tobman has production designed and consulted on Super Bowl shows, album covers, and music videos for Madonna and Beyoncé, as well as for Lady Gaga, Eminem, OK Go, MGMT, Taylor Swift, Jay Z, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, and Daft Punk. He recently designed the videos for Beyoncé and Jay Z’s On The Run Tour. He is currently production designing the upcoming films Room, based on the best-selling book, and Wilson, based on the graphic novel. You can view his work with Phases below:

“When I first heard ‘I’m In Love With My Life,'” Tobman said, “it put me in such an unashamedly optimistic mood. I immediately thought of trying to do something in reverse. The idea was that PHASES would be moving forward, nonchalantly, while the world around them inverts complexity in a way that brings us joy.

“The car crash was one of the last shots we did. We bought the Datsun on Craigslist and the last thing the owner said was, ‘take care of my girl! Don’t let anybody hit her.’ Jason had the amazing idea of Z doing her lipstick while everything was happening, as though she is the only person in the shot, which perfectly captured her sexy, nonchalant energy while mayhem breaks loose behind her. I love collaborating with artists who have a strong sense of identity and a sense of humor about it. Despite all the rehearsing, it was luck, really, that all the timing worked out so well.” 

This is the kind of video we’d always dreamed of making without knowing how; it’s the simplest ideas that blow our minds the most,” Phases added. “In the name of serving Ethan’s brilliant vision and superhuman energy, everyone got injured on set at least once, doing handstands and backbends, jumping over cars, and flying into the air on cranes. Mike even sliced his finger on a disco ball! Ethan figured out how to put images to the wild world we created in this song, so waking up with “I’m In Love With My Life” stuck in our heads backwards every morning for a months and a couple of bloody bandaids were definitely worth it!”

PHASES is currently putting the finishing touches on their full-length debut album, which will release in late summer.

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Motivation Monday Playlist 2

Looking for a way to amp up your Mondays and get motivated? Check out this Motivation Monday Playlist! We’ve got all the tunes to get you going for the rest of the week and help you hit all the things on your “To Do” list and all of your goals.


“It’s Time” – Imagine Dragons


“Knock You Out” – Bingo Players


“Girl On Fire” – Alicia Keys


“How Far We’ve Come” – Matchbox Twenty


“Fighter” – Christina Aguilera


“The Fighter” – Gym Class Heroes ft. Ryan Tedder


“I Got You (I Feel Good)” – James Brown


“Good Feeling” – Flo Rida


“Numb/Encore” – Jay Z & Linkin Park


“Run” – The Maine


For more, click onto the Motivational Monday page!

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1001 Songs Challenge: Day One-Hundred! (The Grand Finale)

It’s here! The final day of the challenge, and the only day with more than ten songs on it! I am so excited for today’s playlist because it is the end. Only eleven more songs to go…

1. Viva La Vida – Coldplay

I can prove my neediness in saying that when this song came out, I proclaimed it the centerpiece of my history homework playlist….and anytime I read a book about history (because I love history), this song gets put on. Not only are the vocals amazing, but the lush music and the way it seems to capture this aspect of history and legend just makes this stand out. It’s easily one of Coldplay’s finest songs.

2. Dog Days Are Over – Florence & The Machine

This is a song I play typically when I go for a run (“Run fast for your mother, run fast for your father, run for the children, for your sisters and brothers…”). I love the power behind this song. Florence Welch has vocals that are beyond enviable, and the range she expresses on “Dog Days…” is incredible. Add in the gorgeous music and unique personality brought out even further by every line and every note, and this is a classic.

3. The Fear – Lily Allen

Lily Allen has many great songs, but I must admit, The Fear is hands down, one of my favorite songs she has ever come out with. She is great at providing social commentary, but this song really pushes the limits that little bit further, with sarcasm oozing out of every line. It’s brilliant. In fact, It’s Not Me, It’s You may have been the best album she ever released.

4. Summertime Clothes – Animal Collection

Well, you can’t finish off the 1001 Songs Challenge without at least one more “Do I like this or do I not?” track. I’m pretty sure I like it. The introduction is a bit bizarre, but once the vocals kick in, there’s something intriguing about that does draw you in. It doesn’t seem to fit in with the songs on today’s playlist (so far), but I suppose it stands out in a good way.

5. Rain Dance – The Very Best ft. M.I.A.

I’ve never been a big M.I.A. fan; nothing personal against her, it’s just not my cup of tea. However, I do quite like this track for how unfamiliar its sound is to me. I like songs that strike me as different, and this definitely fits the bill. Of course, the vocal harmonies of The Very Best are really what kept me entertained throughout the track.

6. Empire State of Mind – Jay-Z and Alicia Keys

One of the only Jay-Z songs (that isn’t with Linkin Park) that I will ever say I love. The pounding piano melodies and electric vocals, the rapping that seems to fit perfectly, and the anthemic tone of the song are amazing. This is why this song has become the song in New York (next to “New York, New York” of course). Add on to the fact that without this song, we may never have had Katy Perry’s “California Gurls.”

“It’s so great that ‘Empire State of Mind’ is huge and that everybody has the New York song, but what the fuck? What about LA? What about California? And it’s been a minute since we’ve had a California song and especially from a girl’s perspective. We took the references of Prince, which is always a great reference, and we took a lot of the ’90s, … almost that house music, some of those references.” – Katy Perry to Rolling Stone, April 2010.

7. Tenalle Chegret – Tinariwen

Apparrently, this means “The Long Thread.” What I like about this is the obvious blues influence. It almost strikes me as odd that the American market wouldn’t pick up on this, if not at least for film soundtracks, especially as they could have remixed it to be an even cooler track. It has obvious appeal to it. Musically, the blues aspect is incredible, and the vocal harmonies are even more impressive. There’s definitely something to be said for Tinariwen’s sound; they’re strong and consistent in their style, not wavering in overall tone either.

8. Harry Patch (In Memory Of) – Radiohead

Radiohead have this profound ability to haunt and inspire. On “Harry Patch (In Memory Of),” there is a lush melody that sounds fit for something like Les Miserables. It is truly gorgeous. Thom Yorke’s soft, brinking on high-pitched vocals add extra dimension to the track overall, further presenting a melancholy, but heroic tale, penned to be from the perspective of a WWI soldier in the trenches (Patch). It’s probably one of the best tributes I’ve ever heard, being both deeply heartfelt and inspiring. This is more of what should have been put into the 1001 Songs… book; more songs that made people feel something.

9. Go Do – Jonsi

I remember hearing this a lot when it was on trailers for films and such, and I loved it. I am happy to say that I still do. It is a great track. Jonsi has an amazing vocal range, and when paired with such stunning instrumentation (worthy of a whimsical score), I feel like he cannot go wrong. There is something about this song that seems to mix a million emotions into one, covering a full spectrum and illuminating my headphones with pure power. In many ways, the thing that makes this track stand out best is the way it accomplishes so much without sounding like it’s been overthought. The arrangement of the whole thing sounds so natural and beautiful, it is hard to resist.

10. Me & The Devil – Gil Scott-Heron

Bluesy with an ominous tone that will both haunt and delight you. Gil Scott-Heron has a really gruff quality to his voice that makes it sound both fresh and classic, if that makes any sense. There is also a very well-written/delivered spoken-word poem at the end of the song, which just adds to the pure quality of the overall track.


And last but not least (well, maybe least, we’ll have to see what the song is…):

The 1001st song:

Stylo – The Gorillaz

This is supposedly about over-population, which I can kind of get from the lyrics. Bobby Womack and Mos Def appear on the track, which probably helped it in terms of popularity amongst people who weren’t already into The Gorillaz. It has a funk undertone to it that really gives it an edge that may not have previously existed. However, the same could probably be said for the vocals, which all meld wonderfully. I also like the classic hip-hop style that is easy to kind of pull from the track. Pretty good way to finish off the challenge, especially as this has been an OVERLOAD of songs.





And that’s all for the show folks! G-g-g-goodbye now!

Just kidding (kind of). This week, I am hoping to make a video about the 1001 Songs Challenge and what I liked, hated, and wish I’d seen more of. I will also be going back through every entry and piecing together a list of my favorites from the overall challenge.

If you’ve followed along with me, please #1001SongsPS and let me know what you thought about the whole damned thing. 😉

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1001 Songs Challenge: Day Eighty-Four

So my Nana flew to the UK today to be with her brother. I am thinking this week is going to be a very rough, very stressful week…which either means I will feel like shying away from this challenge or that I will immerse myself in it more than ever (like, filming more videos and writing more than one post a night). I don’t know how this is going to go…Good gracious.

1. River of Deceit – Mad Season

To say I love the guitar on this track would be a bit of an understatement. I adore it. In fact, I really enjoy the overall vibe and tone of the song in general. There is a soft edge to it that is so mainstream nineties, but in a way that gives it a unique character. I can imagine listening to this while walking around a town, or even driving along the coast. It has such a breezy sound to it that doesn’t seem to match its strangely dark title.

2. Dear Mama – 2Pac

The first time I can remember hearing this song, I was a sophomore in high school. My English 2 Honors teacher played it for us. She was a big 2Pac fan. In all truth, the narrative strength of this song is what makes it a classic. 2Pac tells his mother’s story and also illustrates aspects of his life; he essentially penned a song of gratitude for his mother, and the sacrifices she made for him, with a mixture of autobiography.

3. The Bomb! ( These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) – The Bucketheads

Boppy, typical, 90’s-electronic-dance music. All these dance songs with the same beats make me feel like I have woken up in a club, not my room in the America that exists in the summer of 2014. I think I am just growing bored with these songs that all sound the same.

4. Guilty by Association – Joe Henry and Madonna

I was surprised to see such a softness associated with Madonna. I really enjoyed this track for its simplicity, and even for the fact that Joe Henry really is allowed to shine and it is Madonna’s harmonies that are utilized, not having her step into the spotlight (as per usual). It is a shake-up that was both a pleasant surprise and beautiful to hear.

5. A irmandade das estrelas – Carlos Nunez

The guitar on this track is stunning. I cannot imagine being able to resist this. I am a sucker for a beautiful guitar tune, and this is it for me. It’s a unique musical track for certain, seemingly blending as much European/Spanish flair into one instrumental as possible. For me, it seems to paint images of striking dancing left and right.

6. Brooklyn’s Finest – Jay-Z ft. The Notorious BIG

No thank you. Just no. I know people will be all pissy that I’m not a huge Jay-Z fan (although I love the Linkin Park/Jay-Z crossover album), but I really don’t like this.  I am not a prude about language or violence, but a lot of the language on this is volatile. I’m sorry, I don’t care if he’s black, white, neon green, or orange, if “nigga/nigger” is a bad word to the rest of the world, it should not be said. To use it on a song is not appropriate to me. If it has such a negative connotation, why would you want to refer to yourself/your friends as one? It’s nonsensical. (…allow the political/personal bashing to begin…NOW.)

7. Novacaine For The Soul – Eels

I really wasn’t sure where this was going. There is a monotone sound to the vocals, offset by the light sound of the music. However, the vocals soon step it up, thank goodness, becoming a good track to listen to. Lyrically, this is a great 90’s song; even just the line, “Jesus and his lawyer are coming back…” GENIUS.

8. Ready Or Not – Fugees

I love this. Lauryn Hill’s soulful vocals mixed with clever lyrics delivered by an articulate rapper…perfection. Lauryn Hill also surprised me with her rapping skill. She is good. Seriously, how can anyone not enjoy this song?

9. Firestarter – Prodigy

Repetitive, and pretty boring. It sounds like part of a soundtrack for a really bad sci-fi movie.

10. Professional Widow (Arman’s Star Trunk Funkin’ Mix) – Tori Amos

Well, Tori Amos is a legend, but I’m pretty sure I would have been happier listening to the original rather than a remix. Don’t get me wrong, I like a good remix as much as the next person, but there’s only so many I can cope with before I get bored. Thankfully, Tori Amos has an entertaining quality to her vocal stylings that makes this a little less painful.


As Sunday comes to an end, I am ridiculously grateful to crawl into my bed, although I know there will be very little time to sleep. Back to the usual grind tomorrow, and I cannot wait to train and clear my head. What songs do you like to listen to when you work out?

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Record Store Day – April 19th: Warner Bros Records Releases

Mark your calendars (if you haven’t already)! It’s Record Store Day this Saturday, and here at Planet Stereo, energy is HIGH. So excited for special releases, and the excitement only increased when reading this email from Warner Bros Records. Check it out below to see what the label will be releasing for the special event:


Warner Bros. Records, an official sponsor of Record Store Day, would like to remind you that everybody’s favorite Holiday is this Saturday, April 19th. As you know, Record Store Day is a celebration of the unique culture surrounding over 1,000 independently owned record stores in the U.S. and hundreds of similar stores internationally.


As a reminder, we feel that’s it’s our civic duty to remind you of what Warner Bros. Records has literally in-store for you. In addition to our usual menu of  “Must Own” vinyl curios, prized artifacts, and aural rarities, we are thrilled to expand our product line to include new, limited T-shirt designs to celebrate RSD in style.  Descriptions of  available items, if you please:


Green Day: Demolicious – Colored double vinyl, CD, Cassette

This special edition release features 18 unreleased demo recordings from the Green Day ¡Uno!,Green Day ¡Dos! and Green Day ¡Tré! sessions at Jingletown Studios in Oakland. Demoliciousincludes one previously unreleased song “State of Shock” and an acoustic version of “Stay the Night.” Now for the 1st time, own this special edition compilation on red or clear vinyl, CD, or cassette.


The Flaming Lips7 SKIES H3 – Single-pocket jacket, regular-weight clear vinyl 12″ – Limited to 7.500 copies

On vinyl for the first time ever. A 50 minute distillation across 10 tracks of the remarkable 24-hour song recorded at Tarbox Road Studios in 2011. Includes digital download card.


The Flaming LipsGates Of Steel – Single-pocket jacket, regular-weight silver vinyl 7″ – Limited to 7,500 copies

Part of the WMG’s Side By Side series. Includes Devo’s “Gates of Steel” from the original

DEV-O Live EP and a previously unreleased cover by The Flaming Lips all on gorgeous silver vinyl! R.I.P. Bob 2. This is for you, wherever you are.


The Flaming Lips: Reprint of Vintage T-shirt Design by Wayne Coyne – Record Store Day Exclusive. Click here to view.


FoalsLive at the Royal Albert Hall- Single-pocket jacket, regular-weight vinyl 12″ – Limited to 3,000 copies

8 tracks recorded from Foals’ sold out performance at The Royal Albert Hall in London, UK. Side A includes “Blue Blood,” “Providence,” “Spanish Sahara,” and “Red Socks Pugie.” Side B includes “Milk & Black Spiders,” “Late Night,” “Inhaler,” “Two Steps, Twice.”

Additionally, this package includes digital download card with 2 exclusive bonus tracks: “My Number” (DZM Remix) and “Late Night” (Chad Valley Remix).


Jay Z / Linkin ParkCollision Course – Colored Transparent Blue vinyl

Originally released on November 30th, 2004, this is a reissue of the extremely powerful collaborative studio recordings between Linkin Park and hip-hop legend Jay-Z. This special edition blue vinyl pressing includes a DVD of a once in a lifetime concert featuring both of these music giants.


LCD SoundsystemThe Long Goodbye: LCD Soundsystem “Live at Madison Square Garden” – 5 LP Set with download card – Limited to 3,000 units

The Long Goodbye is the complete, unabridged recording of LCD Soundsystem’s near-four-hour April 2, 2011 farewell show at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Produced and mixed by LCD founder and frontman, James Murphy. The Long Goodbye is the ultimate audio document of LCD Soundsystem’s now legendary final show. The album’s exclusive mix brings new life to every note of music played during the epic MSG show- including of course the performances featured in the acclaimed film, Shut Up and Play The Hits, which chronicled the concert by painting an intimate portrait of Murphy navigating its lead-up and aftermath. This special box set will be released exclusively on Record Store Day 2014 over a month before it is available anywhere else.


MastodonLive At Brixton – 2 -LP, 180 gram vinyl w/ DVD Limited to 2,000 units

On February 11th, 2012, Mastodon took the stage at London’s O2 Academy in Brixton, capping off the Atlanta-based band’s world tour in support of their critically acclaimed albumThe Hunter. This sold-out performance was Mastodon’s first show at the legendary Brixton venue. It won’t be their last, as the London audience positively erupted from the opening chords until the final, frenzied encore. This special 180-gram vinyl pressing is the only physical version of this special show and includes a DVD of the entire performance.  


My Chemical Romance: My Chemical Romance New Jersey T-shirt 2001 – 2013 – Record Store Day Exclusive. Click here to view.


Neil Young: Official Release Series Discs 5-8 Vinyl Box Set; 4-LP, 180-gram black vinyl in reproduction jackets housed in telescoping box.Limited to 3,500 units

This limited edition box set includes the classic albums:  Time Fades AwayOn The Beach,Tonight’s The Night and Zuma, each remastered from the original analog studio recordings at Bernie Grundman Mastering. The artwork is a historically accurate reproduction by Young’s long-time art director, Gary Burden. These classics are being reissued on 180-gram audiophile vinyl for the first time and pressed at the world’s premiere pressing plant, Pallas MFG Germany.


Neil Young: Four Different Classic Album Cover T-shirts

To coincide with this highly anticipated set of vinyl reissues, we have printed a special run of T-shirts designs featuring the cover art from Time Fades AwayOn The BeachTonight’s The Night, and Zuma.


Regina Spektor: You’ve Got Time – Colored Orange 7inch Vinyl – Limited to 3,000 units

“You’ve Got Time” is the theme song for the Netflix original series, Orange Is The New Black. Produced by Rob Cavallo, “You’ve Got Time” was nominated for a 2014 Grammy Award. Side B of this limited edition 7inch includes “Call Them Brothers,” featuring Only Son. This record will be pressed on orange vinyl and is limited to 3,000 copies.


Tegan And Sara: New T-shirt design – “They Love They Say” – Record Store Day Exclusive.

Click here to view.   


The Wild Feathers: – “Got It Wrong” (Clearmountain Mix) / “Marie” 7 inch single Limited to 2,000 units

This special vinyl pressing features 2 singles by The Wild Feathers. Side A features current radio single “Got It Wrong” off of the band’s self-titled debut album. Side B features a previously unreleased song called, “Marie.” Both songs were produced and recorded by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Cage the Elephant, Amos Lee) at his studio in Nashville, TN.


The Wild Feathers: New T-shirt design. Click here to view. 


Eric Clapton: – New T-Shirt Design – EC Red Square August 3, 2006 – Record Store Day Exclusive.

On August 2, 2006, Clapton was scheduled to perform for a massive audience in Moscow’s Red Square. At the last moment, the show was cancelled. Click here to view.


Vinyl Is Forever T-Shirt: New T-Shirt Design – Vinyl Is Forever – Record Store Day Exclusive.

Click here to view.


Vinyl Love T-Shirt: New T-Shirt Design – Vinyl Love – Record Store Day Exclusive.

Click here to view.


Once you’ve sated yourselves into vinyl bliss, we have a few very cool events planned from some of our favorite artist in some of our favorite shops (or venues) around the country on April 19th, and you’re all invited:


NONONO – Acoustic Performance & Signing

1pm – Karma Records

21 N Post RD, Indianapolis, IN. 46254


Gemini Syndrome  – Acoustic Performance & Signing

2pm  – Ralph’s Records

3322 82nd Street, Lubbock, Texas  79423           


SKATERS – Electric Performance & Signing

5pm – Plan 9 Music

3017 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23221


DALE EARNHARDT JR JR  – Headline show

8pm – Royal Oak Music Theater

318 W 4th St , Royal Oak, MI 48067


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