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James Elkington: Wintres Woma (PoB-034)

Drawing from British folk, avant-rock, and jazz traditions alike, Wintres Woma—Old English for “the sound of winter”—is Elkington’s debut solo record, but you’ve likely heard his work with Jeff Tweedy, Richard Thompson, Steve Gunn, Michael Chapman, & Joan Shelley. “The guitar king… already a visionary in his own right” – The Fader Read More

Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Nathan Salsburg EP (PoB-037, Record Store Day)

In which the intrepid Louisville duo paddle forth to explore two Kentucky creeks, singing an ode to Beargrass and meeting their match in the ladies of the Cigarette Crew. This delightful 45rpm 7" EP, the pair's first recorded artifact, is limited to 2000 copies, available exclusively on Record Store Day, April 22, 2017. Hop in. Read More

Jake Xerxes Fussell: What in the Natural World (PoB-031)

Fussell follows his s/t debut with a darker, funnier new album of Natural Questions in the form of transmogrified folk/blues koans. Featuring three notable Nathans—Bowles, Salsburg, Golub—as well as Joan Shelley and Casey Toll. “Fussell's burly, winking voice is made for storytelling.” – NPR Read More

Mind Over Mirrors: Undying Color (PoB-032)

Jaime Fennelly's most ambitious and spellbinding set of roiling, meditative recordings to date is also the first to feature a full ensemble, including Janet Beveridge Bean (Eleventh Dream Day), Jim Becker (Califone), Haley Fohr (Circuit des Yeux), and Jon Mueller (Death Blues). “A sense of everlasting wonder” – NPR Read More

Michael Chapman: 50 (PoB-029)

The veteran songwriter and guitar sage’s late career masterwork, a moving legacy statement by a legend. Backed by Steve Gunn, Nathan Bowles, James Elkington, Jason Meagher, Jimy SeiTang, and Bridget St John, Chapman tears into both bold renderings of new songs and reinterpretations from his revered catalog. "Mesmeric" – NPR Read More
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Paddle Forth with Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Nathan Salsburg on Record Store Day.

Paddle Forth with Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Nathan Salsburg on Record Store Day.

As you slip on your record-buying shoes tomorrow morning, don’t forget that our second ever official Record Store Day release—Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Nathan Salsburg’s untitled EP—will be available at participating shops. We will also offer a small number of copies for sale here to coincide with the release of the digital version of the album on June 9, 2017. Catch Nathan at Guestroom Records in Louisville. And get our previous collabo 7″s on sale now!

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Watch Michael Chapman on Later ... with Jools Holland.

Watch Michael Chapman on Later … with Jools Holland.

Ladies and gentlemen, here is Mr. Michael Chapman performing “Sometimes You Just Drive” on Later … with Jools Holland on BBC Two last night, on the same episode as Valerie June and Ed Sheeran. We are so proud of Michael and this moving performance.

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Preorder James Elkington's Wintres Woma + Watch the Video for "Make It Up."

Preorder James Elkington’s Wintres Woma + Watch the Video for “Make It Up.”

Drawing from British folk, avant-rock, and jazz traditions alike, Wintres Woma—Old English for “the sound of winter”—is Elkington’s debut solo record, but you’ve likely heard his masterful work with Jeff Tweedy, Richard Thompson, Steve Gunn, Michael Chapman, & Joan Shelley. Watch the video for “Make It Up” via The Fader, who call him “the guitar king … already a visionary in his own right.”

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PoB-029

Michael Chapman

50

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