Kingfish Records

What's New 10-6-23

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Rough Trade

After more than a decade in New York, the co-frontman of Parquet Courts has left the city, marking his exit with a masterpiece of maturity and a worthy corollary to his first solo venture, 2017’s Thawing Dawn. “Fire is something you have to escape from. This album is a burning building, and these songs are things I’d leave behind to save myself.”

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Concord

Solar Music explores a blend of genres, including Jazz, Hip-Hop and R&B/Soul. Following the release of Butcher Brown Presents Triple Trey and #KingButch, this forward-thinking band shares 17-tracks featuring: Pink Siifu, Braxton Cook, Jay Prince, Nappy Nina, Keyon Harrold, Michael Millions, Charlie Hunter and more.

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Cooking Vinyl

To celebrate its 50th Anniversary, Roger Waters announces the release of his homage to the original. ‘It occurred to me that The Dark Side Of The Moon could well be a suitable candidate for a re-working, partly as a tribute to the original work, but also to re-address the political and emotional message of the whole album.

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Run For Cover Records

Picking up labels ranging from post-hardcore to shoegaze over the years, it’s reductive to try to categorize Citizen as anything other than one of the best rock bands around today. Ever evolving, they have earned their reputation as both tremendous songwriters and a must-see live act — and they do both better than ever on their new album, Calling The Dogs.

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Dillon Street Records

Dogstar – guitarist/vocalist Bret Domrose, drummer Robert Mailhouse and bassist Keanu Reeves – epitomize the quintessential Southern California storytelling rock band. Nearly a quarter century after what seemed to be their final album, Happy Ending, Dogstar has reformed and taken a great creative leap forward, establishing an entirely new path.

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Rounder

With its understated but gorgeously detailed convergence of country and folk-rock, Heat Comes Down hits with a potent impact despite its exquisite intricacy. Miller says, "My hope is that there’s some universality in there, and that people find comfort in knowing that someone else feels the same way they do.”

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Death Note Music, LLC

Recorded in less than two months with a close-knit group of producers, Hellboy became Lil Peep’s breakthrough mixtape upon its initial release on September 25, 2016. He was just nineteen-years-old. Hellboy made waves in underground circles for its gritty vocals and sampling of classic guitar riffs, and remains a fan favorite seven years later.

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SM Entertainment

NCT 127's fifth full-length album Fact Check consists total of nine songs, including the single 'Fact Check (Mysterious)' of the same name, a rhythmical dance song based on an intense main synth loop. It expresses NCT 127's confidence that they wouldn’t fear to ‘fact-check’ to compare themselves with artworks forever valuable.

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Asthamtic Kitty

Sufjan Stevens blurs distinctions between the major and the minor, between the details that color our existence and the big events that frame our lives. He has turned historical footnotes of States into kaleidoscopic pop, and rendered the immeasurable grief of loss with intimacy and grace. His new album, Javelin, bridges all these approaches.

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Woods Music

The renowned Southern rock band, have captivated audiences with their powerful sound and heartfelt lyrics over their past three albums. With their fourth album, they embark on a poignant and emotional journey loosely following the trajectory of Uncle Lloyd, a charming but dissolute character first introduced on the Woods' debut album.

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