New Vinyl Releases March 29, 2011

Hello friends! Here are the new VINYL releases for March 29th, 2011. Record Store Day will be here soon and you can download a PDF list of RSD2011 releases from The Vinyl District! Want your releases to appear on the list? email them to [email protected]

Pop/Rock/Metal

All Tiny Creatures – Harbors – Hometapes Records

Amon Amarth – Surtur Rising – Metal Blade

Apache Dropout – Apache Dropout – Family Vineyard

Apache Dropout Cover Art

Arrington De Dionyso’s Malaikat – Suara Naga – K Records

Karl Blau – Golden Chariot b/w Dub Chariot 7″ – K Records

<b>BLAU, KARL</b> <i>Golden Chariot</i> 7"

The Books – Lost and Safe – Temporary Residence

Lost and Safe is repackaged with dazzling new artwork and expanded to include lyrics for every song. Carefully and thoughtfully remastered from the original mixes by Zammuto at his new studio outside his home in Vermont, Lost and Safe now boasts an increased warmth and clarity that reveals new details with repeated listens. THE FIRST 300 ORDERS WILL RECEIVE LIMITED EDITION COLORED VINYL: GREEN W/ BLACK SPLATTER.

Buzzoven – Revelation: Sick Again – Hydra Head Records

“ They were only together for about a decade, but the chaotic legacy of North Carolinian sludge bastards Buzzov•en endures even as no one since has been able to capture quite the same level of fuck you-itude that seemed to come so naturally from vocalist/guitarist Kirk Fisher and the sundry musicians with which he surrounded himself throughout the band’s tenure.” – StonerRock.com

Circle Pit – Slave b/w Honey 7″- Hardly Art

D.Watusi – Summer Nights 7″ – Nashville’s Dead

Chris Forsyth – Paranoid Cat – Family Vineyard

Holly Golightly – The Good Things – Damaged Goods

Gridlink – Orphan/Amber Grey – Hydra Head Records

Hunx and His Punx – Too Young to be In Love – Hardly Art

Infinitirock – Library Catalog Music Series: Music for Primordial Recollection – Asthmatic Kitty

Leb Laze – Library Catalog Music Series: Music for Troubled Machinery – Asthmatic Kitty

Asthmatic Kitty’s Library Catalog Music is a series of instrumental albums designed for possible use in films and television, background sounds for home or office, or personal needs, such as relaxation, stimulation, meditation, concentration, or elevation. For your listening pleasure, we asked a select group of talented artists to create a unique recording for this collection. Specific uses for the music in this series may include accompaniment to cooking, eating, sculpting, exercising, high stakes poker, soaking, panoramic landscapes, cuddling, car chases, drawing, knitting, bandaging, romance, playing chess, or planning the rest of your life, of which this is the first day.

Lecherous Gaze – Lecherous Gaze – Tee Pee Records

Moon Duo – Mazes – Sacred Bones Records

Ripley Johnson (Wooden Shjips) and Sanae Yamada have been burning up the scene with their propulsive beats and compelling acid washed shows. Certainly the most pop-oriented batch of songs the band has ever delivered, Mazes reveals a more accessible vocal delivery and song structure that is sure to appeal to a wide audience not necessarily well-versed in the psych underground.

Morning Teleportation – Expanding Anyway – Glacial Pace

Morning Teleportation Expanding Anyway

The Mountain Goats – All Eternals Deck – Merge

Naked on the Vague – Twelve Dark Noons – Sacred Bones Records

Obits – Moody, Standard and Poor – Sub Pop

Obscura – Omnivium – Relapse

Okkervil River – Wake and Be Fine b/w Weave Room 7″ – Jagjaguwar

Peter, Bjorn & John – Gimme Some – Star Time

Queens of the Stone Age – Queens of the Stone Age – Rekords Reckords

Radiohead – The King of Limbs – ATO

Secret Cities – Strange Hearts – Western Vinyl

SFV Acid – New West Coast (limited 500 copies) – PPM Records

Supercluster – Paris Effect b/w Neat in the Street 7″ – Cloud Recordings

Paris Effect” is a wall-of-sound Supercluster original composition. Previously available only on a limited edition 2010 record store release by Wuxtry records in Athens, Ga. Side B is the song “Neat in the Street“, a cover of a 1980 Side Effects song. Imagine that the last humans on earth throw a dance party and you’re invited. Mixed and recorded by Jason NeSmith at Bel*Air Studios, Athens, Ga. Vinyl mastering at Aardvark in Denver, Colorado. Pressed at Erika Records in California, USA. Initial pressing of 300 copies.

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Belong – Collective Records

Those Darlins’ – Screws Get Loose – Oh Wow Dang

Toro y Moi/Cloud Nothings – I Will Talk To You b/w For No One 7″ – Carpark Records

True Widow – As High As the Highest Heavens – Kemado Records

Pete Yorn – Music For the Morning After – Columbia

Electronic

Bibio – Mind Bokeh (2xLP) – Warp Records

Deadmau5 – 4X4=12 – Ultra Records

The Echocentrics – Esclavo y Amo 7″ – Ubiquity

Wagon Christ – Toomorrow (2xLP) – Ninja Tune

Country/Americana/Bluegrass

Josh T. Pearson – Last of the Country Gentlemen – AIP

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