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Citizen - As You Please LP (orange/blue vinyl)
As You Please is a confrontational record, incapable of turning a blind eye toward the inescapable strife. So, songwriter Mat Kerekes pursues the source of discontent that is ravaging his city of Toledo, Ohio with the band's most dynamic record to date.
Citizen - Everybody is Going to Heaven LP (eco mix vinyl)
Everybody is Going to Heaven is a turning point for Citizen: once regarded as newcomers with undeniable potential, the band shows here that they have matured both abruptly and uniquely, with no end to their upward trajectory in sight.
Turnover - Good Nature LP (pink/clear vinyl)
Front man Austin Getz doesn’t blink when asked to sum up Turnover’s third full-length, Good Nature. “Learning,” he replies. “This whole record is about learning. Opening your eyes to new things, going outside of your comfort zone, and learning to grow int
waveform* - Last Room LP (blue vinyl)
Last Room is a collection of music that's unafraid to venture into emotion- exploring the gaping distance that develops in some relationships, the constant confusion that accompanies self-discovery, and the darkness that accompanies abandonment.
Sun June - Somewhere LP (coke bottle vinyl)
Somewhere is Sun June at their most decadent, a richly diverse album which sees them exploring bright new corners with full hearts and wide eyes. Embracing a more pop-oriented sound the album is more collaborative and fully arranged than previous works.
Turnover - Altogether LP (purple vinyl)
There is a closeness at the heart of Turnover’s aptly titled new album, ‘Altogether.’ Though it’s the first collection the trio has written while living on opposite coasts, the record represents the group’s most collaborative and connected work to date.
Fiddlehead - Between the Richness LP (blue/clear vinyl)
Fiddlehead wasn’t supposed to make a second record. But, if we’re being totally honest, they weren’t supposed to make their first record either. Formed in what singer Pat Flynn describes as “a deeply, deeply, laughably depressing part of my life,” Fiddleh