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Terry Allen: Lubbock (on everything) (PoB-27)

Allen’s deeply moving second masterpiece, a satirical memory palace to his West Texas hometown, is often cited as the urtext of alt-country. Produced in collaboration with the artist and remastered from the original tapes, this is the first edition to correct the tape speed inconsistencies on all prior versions. “Essential” – Rolling Stone Read More

Itasca: Open to Chance (PoB-30)

The music of L.A.-based songwriter Kayla Cohen is mutable and multivalent, richly allusive of the hermetic worlds of private-press canyon-cult mystics and East Coast noiseniks alike. Itasca’s enchanting, acid folk-inflected PoB debut is also the first to feature a full band. “Bask in its evanescent light” – NPR Music Read More

Nathan Bowles: Whole & Cloven (PoB-28)

On his exquisite third solo album, Nathan Bowles (Steve Gunn, Pelt, Black Twig Pickers) augments his mesmeric clawhammer banjo pieces with piano, percussion, and vocals. Straddling Appalachian string band music and avant-garde composition, he proves himself heir to deconstructivist tradition-bearers like Henry Flynt and Jack Rose. Read More

Terry Allen: Juarez (PoB-26)

Widely celebrated as a masterpiece, Allen’s haunting 1975 debut is a violent, fractured tale of the chthonic American Southwest and borderlands. Produced in collaboration with the artist and remastered from the original tapes, this is the definitive edition of the art-country classic. “A master lyricist” - NY Times Read More

Mike Cooper & Derek Hall: Out of the Shades (PoB-25)

First-ever reissue of icon Mike Cooper’s earliest recordings, and PoB’s very first Record Store Day release. Named for The Shades, the club where Mike Cooper regularly performed, & which housed prodigy Derek Hall—“a guitarist who could match Davey Graham both in technique & musical ideas”—this rare EP was issued in 1965. Read More
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Stream Itasca's Album Open to Chance.

Stream Itasca’s Album Open to Chance.

Thanks to Folk Radio UK for hosting an advance stream of Itasca’s mesmerizing PoB debut Open to Chance, and to MOJO for their aptly written 4-star review: “simultaneously spare and complex, observational folk ballads turned psychic and strange by metal-stringed dissonance and troubling Symbolist metaphor.” Pitchfork calls the album “a sprawling fascination with the natural world and the nature of people.”

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Hear Itasca's "No Consequence" via Noisey.

Hear Itasca’s “No Consequence” via Noisey.

Itasca has shared “No Consequence,” a new song from her upcoming album Open To Chance, out Sept. 30th. It premiered via Noisey (and was reviewed by Pitchfork), alongside a wide-ranging interview that covers everything from Laurel Canyon to cream of wheat to David Crosby’s cape. Check out US, UK, and EU tour dates with Promised Land Sound and Ryley Walker.

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Watch a Short Film About Terry Allen's Lubbock (on everything).

Watch a Short Film About Terry Allen’s Lubbock (on everything).

We are grateful to share a new documentary, produced by Texas Tech Public Media, on Terry Allen’s seminal 1979 album. Featuring interviews with artist Paul Milosevich; Terry’s wife, actor and writer Jo Harvey Allen; producer Lloyd Maines; and Allen himself, the film discusses the making of the album, Allen’s legacy, and his relationship to his hometown. Also, check out Terry’s Juarez-inspired playlist of “border burn” songs, Cross the Razor.

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Terry Allen

Juarez

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