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BG117 | Let The Machine Get It

Posted in Uncategorized on December 10, 2017 by bleedinggold

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Let The Machine Get It is a construct of musical ideas collected over and inspired by the varying terrains and unpredictable gear shifts of the last five plus years.  A lyrical knack for exploring darker truths beyond the light and humor in mankind’s darkest moments, Ariel Levine turns his external satirical candor inward.   It’s a conceptual story arc that encompasses the desire for something greater, the fear of losing ones connection to the world by an increasing dependence on technology, and the looming truth that is “wherever you go, there you are”.  LTMGI is set to be the most personally revealing collection of songs in his career to date.

BUY THE 12″ GATEFOLD LP HERE

ALSO AVAIL AT: M-Theory Records and Vinyl Junkies Record Shack (SAN DIEGO)

BG116 | Guide The Lightning

Posted in Uncategorized on November 4, 2017 by bleedinggold

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Guiding Light is Chuck Davis (vocals, drums, bass, keys) & Jason Sebastian Russo (vocals, guitar, bass, sound design)

Additional Players: Paul Dillon, Jeff Klein, Peter Holmström, Jon Merz, Phil Williams, Brad Truax, Sarah Jane McKinley, Jason ‘Plucky’ Anchondo, Matt Ross-Spang, Jason Bradley Green & Benjamin Kaplan

Engineers: Collin Hegna, Bill Racine, Damon Whittemore & Guiding Light

Mixed by Jason Finkel
5.1 Mix by Guiding Light
Mastered by Justin Shturtz

BUY THE LP HERE. (Black or LTD Pink vinyl)

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BG115 | Affinity Part I

Posted in Uncategorized on November 3, 2017 by bleedinggold

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The latest EP from our UK pals OH WELL GOODBYE:
The Affinity EPs; a more experimental and ambient collection compared to its predecessor ‘Acquiescence‘ showcasing Oh Well, Goodbye’s use of drums loops and keyboards for the first time, yet still touching upon the bands pop sensibilities and downbeat ‘post-punk’ sound.

All music and words for ‘Affinity: Part I’ written by Philip Rourke and Oh Well, Goodbye.

Oh Well, Goodbye is:

Philip Rourke (Guitar & Vocals)
Adam Burns (Guitar)
Andy Fernihough (Drums)
Sam Banks (Bass)

‘Affinity: Part I’ Track 1, 2 & 3 were recorded and engineered by Bobby Mambo, Brock & Broll Studios, Chorley, UK, August 2017.

‘Affinity: Part I’ Track 4 was recorded and engineered by Andy Fernihough at Crash Studios, Liverpool, UK, September 2017.

Mixed by Andy Fernihough and Oh Well, Goodbye.
Mastered by Andy Fernihough at Crash Studios, Liverpool, UK.
All songs composed by Oh Well, Goodbye.

Artistic direction by James Dyke.

PREORDER THE CASSETTE AND/OR CD HERE!   <USA

This is a Co-release with Hail Hail Records: UK/Euro

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BG108 |Acquiescence

Posted in Uncategorized on October 15, 2016 by bleedinggold

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The bands next release quickly follows and coincides with a European tour in October. A five track cassette entitled ‘Acquiescence’ is a co-release between UK labels Hail Hail and EDILS Records (digitally through Bleeding Gold) will be available from October 14th. A more experimental and ambient collection compared to its predecessor, ‘Acquiescence’ see’s Oh Well, Goodbye use drums loops and keyboards for the first time on half of the tracks while still touching upon the band’s pop sensibilities and downbeat ‘post punk’ sound. This leads nicely into the final release of the trilogy; ‘I Know, I Know, I Know’ which is a remix EP comprised of tracks from both ‘Swoon’ and ‘Acquiescence’. Hitting the world wide web on November 11th, again through Bleeding Gold, the digital only release features remixes by a host of acts including Dignan Porch (Faux Discx/Captured Tracks), Gorgeous Bully (Art Is Hard), Moonlit Sailor (Deep Elm) and new comers such as Dayflower and Grave Diggers Union.

Tape Waves – Here To Fade

Posted in Uncategorized on September 11, 2016 by bleedinggold

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Tape Waves Here To FadeDès les premières secondes de So Fast, titre d’ouverture du nouvel album des américains de Tape Waves, un climat de romantisme atemporel règne sans partage. Il faut dire que le duo, natif de Charleston, en Caroline du Sud, en connaît un rayon quand il s’agit d’écrire des ballades fluides, aux couleurs variées et évanescentes à l’image de l’illustration qui orne la pochette d’Here To Fade. Deuxième album déjà pour Kim et Jarod Weldin après Let You Go, paru en 2014, mais c’est comme si rien n’avait changé. Les guitares se font sensibles et se mélangent harmonieusement aux discrets claviers pour donner naissance à une dream pop que des groupes comme Cocteau Twins ou Talula Gosh ne renieraient certainement pas.

Certains pourraient reprocher un manque criant d’originalité, d’autres groupes s’étant déjà pliés à l’exercice, de Seapony à Beach Fossils pour ne citer que les derniers…

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BG105 | As Loud As I Can

Posted in Uncategorized on May 24, 2016 by bleedinggold
Spooky Cigarette, whose name is a facetious nudge at their frontmanʼs self proclaimed identity as a black (spook) fag (cigarette), is a New/No Wave project from San Diego, California, formed in the fall of 2015. Fronted by Frank Mindingall (Beaters, Northern Tigers, Ale Mania) and consisting of Jakob McWhinney (Space Heat, The Soaks) Skylar Eppler (Via Meteor), and Danny Gallo (formerly of Hills like Elephants), the project aims to channel the subtly decorated borders of night and day. With dirigible synths, cumulonimbus flangers, and the cool colors of pop, theyʼve already shared the stage with excellent acts such as Lower Dens, Thee Commons, Grenda, Chris Cohen, Island Boy, TV Girl & Tijuana Panthers. Their debut EP, ʻAs Loud As I Canʼ is an attempt to fully realize social and sexual identity and reconcile all the time lost. It is both haunting and inviting, like writhing in chaise to find the perfect position. ʻAs Loud As I Canʼ is set to be released on cassette through Bleeding Gold Records and Field Trips.
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