Our friends James & Evander recently released a new video for their track “Ambigamy” off their Bummer Pop LP. Gardening and Laser Guns? Count me in! You can still grab a copy of the excellent Let’s Go b/w Welcome to Planet Dance 7”, which is limited to only 250 copies. There’s only a large handful left of these beauties.
The ever-busy Yalls dropped a couple instrumental tracks on the masses last week which add to the library of proof that this is one talented artist. Those of us in the Bay Area have been lucky enough to see these live, and I’m hoping he plays them at the upcoming Easy Bay show on Wednesday (4/11) presented by Mapzzz and Decoder at Era in Oakland. Stream and download the aforementioned tracks below, and purchase his limited edition Fantasy 7” while you’re at it.
[photo credit: shawn robbins (katarokker)]
Totally loving this live video of Yalls performing Real Fantasy filmed by Terroreyes.tv recently. Yalls is joined on the track by Some Ember, a fellow talented East Bay artist. The song is off the limited edition Fantasy 7” on bone colored vinyl which you can purchase for $5 here.
The new James & Evander 7” titled Let’s Go b/w Welcome to Planet Dance officially came out this past Tuesday, we’ve been excited that so many folks have been digging the tracks on it. In addition to the two title tracks, the digital version features some bonus cuts. Here’s the tracklist:
01. James & Evander - Let’s Go
02. James & Evander - Welcome To Planet Dance
03. James & Evander - Come Around [digital only]
04. James & Evander - Let’s Go (Teen Daze Remix) [digital only]
05. James & Evander - Come Around (Yalls Remix) [digital only]
06. James & Evander - Let’s Go (Some Ember Remix) [digital only]
Order the 7” which is limited to 250 hand-numbered copies, it’s only $5 and each purchase instantly receives a download of the full EP.
Love getting a shipment of records in the mail and finally seeing a new release take shape after the months of hard work (mostly by the artists).
Our good friends over at Small Plates Records recently shared the above picture of their copy of the Homebuilding 12” by Roman Ruins. If you haven’t already, you should check out their catalog, as it’s a wonderful label. Would love to see Homebuilding on some other turntables if anyone cares to share a picture.
Order the limited edition 12” here.