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FM ST. JUDE'S APOCALYPSE NOW

posted January 30th, 2015

My sweet lord, do we have a discovery for yer heads out there far and wide!  Not long after the resurrection of the singular glam/genius platter intentionally known as Here Am I, a dark and mystic carrion pigeon touched down on our window still.  It flew at the bidding of cult icon/living legend Frederick Michael St. Jude, hipping us to another piece of his late 20th-century Ren-Man puzzle in but two words: GANG WAR.  Whuh?  Yuh! GANG WAR.  Derived from a... (read more)

Artists in this story: Frederick Michael St. Jude

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SIX ORGANS PREP TOUR, DIVULGE THE HEXADIC SYSTEM VIA RADIO WAVES

posted January 28th, 2015

Six Organs of Admittance seldom provides the expected. Rather, it's safest to expect a deviation from all previous encounters whenever discussing a new album from Ben Chasny's blast of a band. Slight of hand, a prankster? Not all the time. Perhaps not even that often - dude is straight up with what he's doing, he just has the ability to cut it at such a rate, and with careful tangent that it blurs in the common eye. And sometimes, it's just that his gnarly... (read more)

Artists in this story: Six Organs of Admittance

THE DRAG CITY NEWSLETTER! JANUARY 2015

posted January 27th, 2015

Good - another new year! We follow the old Roman calendar, just like you, just like the good children of imperialists that we are. It matters to us that when you turn the page into 2015, you find a whole world that's good. Lest you doubt our intentions – don't worry, they are FAR from altruistic –  we hope you find a whole world that's good BECAUSE of (and filled with) Drag City records of all kinds! If we're not in the mix, fuck... (read more)

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ALASDAIR ROBERTS DISSES PRAISE OF HUNGER! ALBUM RELEASE IMMINENT

posted January 23rd, 2015

Scottish traditional singer Alasdair Roberts' new self-titled album is will be unveiled on Tuesday, January 27th, but as those few days might very well mark a time between feast and famine - and since we prefer that no fans of modern folk music die on our watch- a second preview track from the record was premiered earlier this week on NPR!

While it may be a bit late to celebrate the Harvest moon, "In Dispraise of Hunger" provides bountiful... (read more)

Artists in this story: Alasdair Roberts