The mighty Aquarius Records included both Landing’s Wave Lair and Food Pyramid’s Creation Beat in the “highlights of the week” of their new arrivals list. Some very nice words were written about both. We’re psyched to say the least. Check it out for yourselves here. Obviously, those in the San Francisco area, stop by Aquarius and buy a copy! That’s my hard sell.
This is old news, and I can’t believe I missed it when it was originally posted. Dereck Higgins mentioned our Brainworlds / Plosive split in one of his regular Vinyl Update vids back in August. I only saw this last week. Totally cool. I’ve watched a ton of Dereck’s videos over the past few years so I was stoked we made the cut.
So, if you’re in the area, please pay a visit to one of these fine stores and grab a copy yourself for that immediate, visceral pleasure that only a record store can provide. Keep it alive!
Landing is playing a FREE show at BAR in New Haven, CT opening for the fantastic Mountains. If that wasn’t enough, this show will also act as Landing’s release show for the Wave Lair EP! The band will have copies of the record for sale at the show. Needless to say, we’re really excited for this one. Bring your pillows and bliss OUT. Check out the flyer below:
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We’re very excited to share that Food Pyramid‘s Creation Beat 12″ will be out and available for purchase next Tuesday, 1/15. Coming off recent releases for the venerable Moon Glyph, Constellation Tatsu and Discos Capablanca, Food Pyramid deliver four tracks of beat-driven, cosmic synth. Again, For those familiar with Food Pyramid’s fantastic Mango Sunrise LP, tracks like “Oh Mercy” and “I Know What I Saw” are excellent reference points for the journey ahead. Spaced-out, head-nodding grooves that seem both a natural step forward and an excellent addition to their growing body of work. This release will be limited to 300 copies in DJ sleeves. Digital download included. We’ll be streaming the entirety of Creation Beat over on our Soundcloud for the week leading up to the release. Shake out those winter blues. Come on in and spend some time.
Phil Boyd and Paul Quattrone, members of Pittsburgh’s Modey Lemon, have a new band called Shockwave Riderz. They’ve got a few tunes up on their bandcamp that I implore all to check out. If you’re like me, then you need more music in your life that speaks to your inner parking lot dirtbag. Look out for their upcoming 12″in February. Not sure who is putting it out. Good stuff!