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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

Terry Allen: Lubbock (on everything) (PoB-027)

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-030)

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
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Pre-order Jake Xerxes Fussell's What in the Natural World + Hear "Peaches" via NPR.

Pre-order Jake Xerxes Fussell’s What in the Natural World + Hear “Peaches” via NPR.

As we brace ourselves for this week’s ersatz presidential pomp, rank and rancorous politics, and righteous protests and marches, please allow us to ask one philosophical question no pundit but Jake Xerxes Fussell is asking: “Have You Ever Seen Peaches Growing on a Sweet Potato Vine?” Today NPR Music premiered this first Natural Question from Jake’s forthcoming album, with Laura Snapes writing that his “burly, winking voice is made for storytelling.”

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Promised Land Sound UK/EU Tour + Tease.

Promised Land Sound UK/EU Tour + Tease.

Nashville’s Promised Land Sound today embark on their first-ever tour of the UK and EU, so please try to catch a show and show them some love. You will not be disappointed; we first fell for them as a live band, and while their two albums, including For Use and Delight, are remarkable, their shows are a whole other elevated experience. We’ll have something very special to share from the lads very soon, so stay tuned.

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Stream Michael Chapman's 50 in Full via Stereogum.

Stream Michael Chapman’s 50 in Full via Stereogum.

January 20th sees the release of Michael Chapman’s 50, produced by Steve Gunn and described by Pitchfork as “a startlingly current and nearly apocalyptic vision of America… an album full of brimstone and brine, perhaps more perfect for this moment in history than we’d like to admit.” Now Stereogum presents 50 in its entirety.

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Michael Chapman

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