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jhulud last won the day on December 18 2017

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  1. Online tix sales are up on Thursday. Going to try for Nashville. Always wanted to go there & have friends I can crash with.
  2. The Pink Butterfly Explosion /100 is sold out. https://enjoytheriderecords.com/collections/enjoy-the-ride-records/products/the-honorary-title-self-titled-ep-etr076 Nabbed the TP bundle cuz why not. It's THT.
  3. jhulud

    Westworld (HBO Show)

    They're really fuckin' me up now. Esp. after last episode. But it's hooking me in even deeper now.
  4. Shit. I never did see any email come out for this off-white one. And I've been stuck with work all day and it's been hella busy. If anyone happened to grab an extra and feeling generous...I'll gladly take it off your hands plus extra for the hook-up.
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    Vaporwave Vinyl Releases

    ^^ Please don't. I'm getting annoyed at receiving all the reported posts warnings.
  6. Them Are Us Too was formed in the Bay Area by friends Kennedy Ashlyn and Cash Askew in 2012 after meeting at school. Fast friends with an appreciation for the same music and art, they recorded a demo and began performing intimate and memorable gigs on the west coast. They quickly gained a cult following as word spread about their youthful, innocent, and fresh take on the revered 80s dream pop and shoegaze sound, and Kennedy Ashlyn’s voice was immediately compared to Elizabeth Fraser, Kate Bush, and Harriet Wheeler – while Cash Askew’s washes of intricate guitar felt akin to Robin Guthrie, Ronny Moorings, or Kevin Shields. Their music felt familiar but new, nostalgic, and heartbreaking, with songs delivered simply and earnestly. They betrayed their age (both only 21 when they signed to DAIS) by releasing one of the most incredible debut albums of 2014, “Remain”. Tragically, Cash Askew passed away in the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland in December of 2016, sending a shockwave of loss through our community. While Kennedy Ashlyn would eventually emerge as a solo artist through her project SRSQ, there were unfinished Them Are Us Too recordings and demos that Kennedy and those close to Cash felt deserved be heard in her memory. Kennedy returned to the studio with producer Joshua Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv), Sunny Haire (Cash’s stepfather), Matia Somovich (INHALT), and Anya Dross (Cash’s girlfriend) to complete unfinished demos and sketches, write new compositions, and honor Cash Askew. The result is “AMENDS”: an album of tragic beauty and depth that tugs at emotions and inspires. In Kennedy’s own words: “Amends is a collection of songs that would have been the second Them Are Us Too record. This release is an amendment to our catalogue cut short; a final gift to our family, friends, and fans who have supported us for the past 5 years. “Amends” is a collaborative effort between TAUT and some of Cash’s dearest friends and family, culminating in a final “thank you” and “goodbye.” Nothing will ever compensate for the loss of Cash, but as we struggle to put together the pieces of what the world is now, what life is now, I hope this record can help to fill in the gaps. And give us some amount of peace.” Released on standard black vinyl, as well as limited edition clear (100 copies) and green (400 copies), compact disc and digital formats. https://www.daisrecords.com/collections/frontpage/products/them-are-us-too-amends-lp-cd
  7. Enjoy The Ride Records is happy to announce the first ever vinyl pressing of The Honorary Title self-titled debut EP. Housed in a 400gsm jacket with artwork by the late Paul Paddock, this pressing includes three unreleased live bonus tracks across three variants. This release also includes a digital download card. Variants: Clear/Pink Split (200 copies) Pink Inside Clear with Green and Black Splatter (200 copies) Pink Butterfly Explosion (100 copies) Tracklisting Side A Everything I Once Had Properly Balanced Frame By Frame The Faint and Precious Sound Side B Dilute Reassemble 7 Blocks, Live In Buffalo (2005) Everything I Once Had, Live In Albany (2005) Frame By Frame, Live In Buffalo (2005)
  8. jhulud

    PO Now: Planning For Burial - Quietly

    Nabbed the art edition. Fuck yeah!
  9. I'm still holding out for when SP will reissue in some expanded deluxe edition the Green River stuff. It's due.
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    PO Now: Will Haven - Muerte

    I celebrate their entire catalog. My copy of Muerte arrived as well. Sounds even better on vinyl. Heavier and dirtier.
  11. Tour announcement today. Supposedly. There's a reddit thread about it and it's been blowing up over at ETS. The presale process, if true, will be clusterfuck and will leave a lot of fans pissed off.
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    PO: Vein - Errorzone

    Nabbed the DW variant. Never heard of this band but a few friends have told me I'd dig them. They've never steered me wrong. And if it DW is carrying an exclusive variant, I'm even more confident.
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    Westworld (HBO Show)

    Possibly. But he was acting all twitchy and with the shakes before he got walked to see Dolores' father. So maybe, maybe not.
  14. jhulud

    Westworld (HBO Show)

    Well, that explains where the dead tiger that was washed ashore came from. And how long are we going to have to wait it out til we find out what was in that file that Bernard unencrypted?