In our morning reading: an interview with Gabriel Blackwell, thoughts on Elisa Albert’s new novel, and more.
The Rerelease of the Eraserhead Soundtrack is Beyond Important
Please feast your eyes on the deluxe vinyl reissue of David Lynch’s Eraserhead soundtrack coming out on August 7, 2012 on the always great Sacred Bones label. The soundtrack will be released in a limited edition of 1500 and will feature a 16-page booklet, three 11-inch prints, a digital download, and a 7-inch single of Peter Ivers’ “In Heaven” with the previously unreleased “Pete’s Boogie”. This is officially the Jesus of all soundtrack rereleases. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.
Notes on Music: Gold Leaves, Widowspeak, Amen Dunes
Posted by Jason Diamond With a slew of great releases, this year has been a banner one for Hardly Art. The Seattle label boasts a pretty complete roster of musicians that takes the traditional garage rock sound, and stretches it to the limit with bands like Hunx & His Punx and Xray Eyeballs. We’ve talked to a few of those groups, including the neo-Fugs folk weirdos of Fergus & Geronimo and the Crampsy dirt rockers of Woven Bones, but next […]