- Big Star documentary, Nothing Can Hurt Me.
- The Black Lips / Icky Blossoms split 7” limited to 1,000 copies.
- Bob Dylan, double-sided single featuring a demo version of ‘Wigwam’.
- Brian Eno, Grizzly Bear, and Nicolas Jaar split remix 7″ Burger Records mixtape, The Taste of Burger Records.
- The Cure reissue 1987′s Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me on 12″ red vinyl.
- Daniel Johnston’s Fun issued on 12″ vinyl for the first time.
- David Bowie ‘The Stars Are Out Tonight’ and ’Where Are We Now?’ on 12″ single.
- Destroyer release limited edition vinyl of 2002′s The Night.
- Elliott Smith outtakes album, Alternate Versions from Either/Or 7.
- Gil Scott Heron and Brian Jackson collab ‘The Bottle’ reissued on 7″ green vinyl.
- Grizzly Bear reissue debut album, Horn of Plenty, on vinyl.
- GZA releases vinyl box set of album Liquid Swords.
- The Hold Steady release a 7″ single featuring two unreleased tracks.
- Hüsker Dü release 7″ of rare 1980’s recordings.
- John Coltrane’s Newport Jazz Festival performance from 1961 pressed on 12″ vinyl.
- King Crimson release Going Schizoid With King Crimson: Collectibles Set featuring live recordings and more.
- Moby teams up with Mark Lanegan for a collab track on 7″ vinyl.
- Mumford and Sons release Scarborough in-store 7″.
- The Notorious B.I.G. debut Ready to Die to be reissued on 12″ white vinyl.
- Phoenix release Bankrupt! title-track on grey 7” vinyl.
- Phosphorescent will reissue second album Aw Come Aw Wry.
- Pulp release new single ‘After You’, with Soulwax remix.
- Rhye’s ‘Open’ issued on vinyl, with live version.
- The Rolling Stones’ Five by Five EP pressed on 7″ vinyl.
- Sigur Rós reissue the previously out-of-print Agaetis Byrjun.
- Soundgarden release 10″ demos collection.
- Sub Pop Records release compilation, Sub Pop 1000.
- The Thermals release 7″ demos collection.
- Thurston Moore teams up from 12″ with Loren Connors.
- Titus Andronicus release three-track 12” featuring unreleased cuts.
- Ty Segall to release second T-Rex covers album.
- Jamie xx releases 12″ of The xx edits.
NEW EP from City and Colour: Covers, Pt 2 – available today!
1. How Come Your Arms Are Not Around Me (Kristofer Åström)
2. Soon Enough (The Constantines)
Track 1- originally by Swedish singer-songwriter Kristofer Åström from the band Fireside, is a song Dallas has been covering since before City and Colour. The second track is one of his favorite songs from one of his favorite Canadian bands, The Constantines (also a favorite of the rock duo JAPANDROIDS as we found in our recent interview with them).
You can purchase the EP on iTunes and all other digital music retail outlets.
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