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Showing posts with label Fat Possum Records. Show all posts
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Monday, February 17, 2014

Fat Possum Records artist: Jimbo Mathus & The Tri-State Coalition - Dark Night Of The Soul - New Release Review

I just received the newest release (February 18, 2014), Dark Night Of The Soul, from Jimbo Mathus & The Tri-State Coalition and it's really great! I believe that I have every post "Zippers" release from Mathus and every one is different. This one has a common thread with earlier releases, mostly quality and honesty and of course musical integrity. Opening with title track, Dark Night Of The Soul, a very loose rocker with almost Bruce Springsteen like vocals, Mathus creates a sonic wonderland with driving rock sounds. White Angel has a strong R&B influence with a country twist. So many flavors of music cross my mind as I listen to this including Traffic, The Beatles, Badu and Jimi Hendrix. If Mathus has a rock radio breakthrough track coming soon, this may be it. Rock and Roll Trash is a great track with an almost Detroit rock sound featuring young Ziggy Stardust. Excellent! Shine Like A Diamond has a much more easy pop/ballad style with Elvis Costello and Van Morrison attributes. Matt Pierce (tele), Ryan Rogers (drums), Eric Carlton (keys), Roscoe Ambel (guitar), Matt Patton (bass) Kell Kellum (pedal steel), Jimbo Mathus (guitars and vocals) and Gio and Sunny Stuckey (harmony vocals) all add substantially to the texture of this release. Writing Spider again has a number of flavors with nods to New Riders and the Richards/Jagger. This poetic track with the hypnotic melody is nicely complimented with a cool story. Tallahatchie opens with a really seductive acoustic guitar intro that just smells like wide open mountain air. Growing into a gospel infused country anthem, this track has a cool hook... you supply the campfire and the beer. Burn The Ships is absolutely one of my favorite tracks on the release. This track absolutely rips, sounding like Jimbo joined ranks with Frank Black and the Catholics. Mathus really gets the gang rockin on this track and it should definitely find him additional audience. Following this track would be a real bitch but Mathus has it down with a hot funky track, Fire in The Canebreak. With a serious rant and sense of humor Mathus and gang makes you wonder if where he is getting his intervention. This excellent blend of Feat like rhythm and spacial swirling guitar riffs is outrageous. Hawkeye Jordan, a real smokin modern "real country" track with great pedal steel work is perfect for Mathus and his vocal. The backing vocals add just the right amount of authenticity and this track blends you right down the middle of Jimbo avenue. Another excellent track! Casey Caught The Cannonball, has a cool back beat mostly drums and piano, with beefy vocals by Mathus. A colorful painter with words, Mathus tells the story and Kellum greases it up with his steel guitar. Another Van Morrison like melody lies under this track but it is all Mathus! Medicine, a Neil Young like track, is a powerful with strong lyrics and real heartfelt music. Wrappin the release is Butcher Bird, has a primitive musical styling which focuses your attention directly to the vocals. Mathus has crafted some incredible releases but this may be his best. It's certainly going onto my best of 2014 without pause.

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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

The Districts EP, Temples "Sun Structures", Leo Welch on NPR and More

The Districts EP

The Districts self-titled EP will be available on January 28th. Pre-order it below.


Tour Dates:
Jan 14 - The Bluebird - Bloomington, IN
Jan 15 - Zanzabar - Louisville, KY
Jan 16 - Mercy Lounge - Nashville, TN
Jan 30 - Baby's All Right - Brooklyn, NY
Jan 31 - Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA
Feb 19 - One Eyed Jacks - New Orleans, LA
Feb 20 - The Bottletree - Birmingham, AL
Feb 21 - The Grey Eagle - Ashevillle, NC
Feb 22 - Black Cat - Washington, DC
Feb 25 - The Sinclair - Cambridge, MA
Feb 26 - The Sinclair - Cambridge, MA
Feb 27 - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA
Feb 28 - Webster Hall - New York, NY
Mar 1 - Higher Ground Showcase Lounge - South Burlington, VT
Mar 3 - Horseshoe Tavern - Toronto, Canada
Mar 6 - Metro - Chicago, IL
Mar 7 - Firebird - St. Louis, MO
Mar 8 - Mercy Lounge - Nashville, TN


Temples "Sun Structures"

Temples debut album "Sun Structures" will be available on February 11th. Pre-order it below, and be on the look out for upcoming North American tour dates.




Leo Welch Featured on NPR Weekend Edition

Leo Welch's debut album "Sabougla Voices" is available now on Big Legal Mess.



Water Liars Tour Dates

Feb 14 - Proud Larry's - Oxford, MS
Feb 15 - Martin's - Jackson, MS
Feb 18 - Vinyl - Atlanta, GA
Feb 19 - Normaltown Hall - Athens, GA
Feb 20 - The Royal American - Charleston, SC
Feb 21 - King's Barcade - Raleigh, NC
Feb 22 - The Mothlight - Asheville, NC
Feb 24 - DC9 - Washington, DC
Feb 25 - Milkboy - Philadelphia, PA
Feb 27 - Cafe Nine - New Haven, CT
Feb 28 - Book and Bar - Portsmouth, NH
Mar 2  - Club Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA
Mar 3 - Beachland Tavern - Cleveland, OH
Mar 5 - The Brass Rail - Ft. Wayne, IN
Mar 6 - Schubas Tavern - Chicago, IL
Mar 7 - Do317 Lounge - Indianapolis, IN
Mar 8 - Off Broadway - St. Louis, MO
Mar 10 - The Basement - Nashville, TN

Water Liars' Self-Titled album will be available on February 4th through Big Legal Mess. Pre-order it below.



Solids Tour Dates

Feb 20 - The Silver Dollar - Toronto, Canada
Feb 21 - Call The Office - London, Canada
Feb 22 - PJ's Lager House - Detroit, MI
Feb 23 - Schubas Tavern - Chicago, IL
Feb 25 - Union Sound Hall - Winnipeg, Canada
Feb 26 - O'Hanions Pub - Regina, Canada
Feb 27 - Vangelis Tavern - Saskatoon, Canada
Feb 28 - New Wunderbar Hofbrauhaus - Edmonton, Canada
Mar 1 - The Palomino - Calgary, Canada
Mar 3 - The Media Club - Vancouver, Canada
Mar 4 - Waid's - Seattle, WA
Mar 5 - Holocene - Portland, OR
Mar 7 - The Milk Bar - San Francisco, CA
Mar 8 - The Chapel - Los Angeles, CA
Mar 9 - The Void - San Diego, CA
Mar 10 - The Western - Scottsdale, AZ
Mar 12 - SXSW Festival - Austin, TX
Mar 13 - SXSW Festival - Austin, TX
Mar 14 - SXSW Festival - Austin, TX
Mar 15 - SXSW Festival - Austin, TX
Mar 16 - Circle Bar - New Orleans, LA
Mar 17 - Proud Larry's - Oxford, MS
Mar 18 - The End - Nashville, TN
Mar 20 - 529 - Atlanta, GA
Mar 21 - Local 506 - Chapel Hill, NC
Mar 22 - Crown 2 - Baltimore, MD
Mar 23 - Kung Fu Necktie - Philadelphia, PA
Mar 24 - Glasslands - Brooklyn, NY
Mar 25 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY
Mar 27 - Great Scott - Allston, MA
Mar 28 - TRH Club - Montreal, Canada
Mar 29 - TRH Club - Montreal, Canada

Solids debut album "Blame Confusion" will be available on February 18th. Pre-order it below.


Self "Subliminal Plastic Motives"

A reissue of Self's debut album "Subliminal Plastic Motives" will be out January 14. Pre-order it below.


Upcoming Shows:
Jan 10 - Gramercy Theater - New York, NY
Jan 12 - Exit / In - Nashville, TN


Classic Blues CD Rereleases

Louisiana Red "Dead Stray Dog"

John Lee Hooker "Alone"
iTunes Vol.1
iTunes Vol.2

Roosevelt Sykes "Music Is My Business"

Alec Seward "Late One Saturday Evening"



Bobby Bare Jr "Shame On Me"

"Shame On Me", a  7" from Bobby Bare Jr is available now through Big Legal Mess.


Thursday, December 19, 2013

$10 Sale - Order Now

Our $10 Holiday Sale is still going on, so go finish your shopping on our website.
Make sure to get your orders in now to receive them by Christmas!

Not sure what to get? Check out some of this year's releases and a few classics below.


Iggy and the Stooges - Ready to Die

Youth Lagoon - Wondrous Bughouse


Yuck - Glow & Behold


Frankie Rose - Herein Wild


Any of our Al Green albums will make a great gift for music lovers.
Find them here.


The Black Keys - Rubber Factory



Junior Kimbrough - You Better Run


R.L. Burnside - Come On In

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

$10 Sale, The Districts EP, and more

$10 Holiday Sale

Stop by our website before the new year and get most of our CDs, LPs, T-shirts and
other merchandise for just $10! Pictures and Double LPs available for $15.
Get some of that holiday shopping out of the way or maybe pick up a few presents for yourself.


The Districts EP Out January 28

The Districts' Fat Possum debut will be available in stores and online on January 28.
Pre-order the EP here
Pre-order from iTunes

Check out "Funeral Beds", a track from the upcoming EP, along with upcoming tour dates below.

Dec. 11 - Rough Trade - New York, NY
Dec. 21 - Chameleon Club - Lancaster, PA
Feb. 19 - One Eyed Jacks - New Orleans, PA
Feb. 20 - The Bottletree - Birmingham, AL
Feb. 21 - The Grey Eagle - Asheville, NC
Feb. 22 - Black Cat - Washington, DC
Feb. 25 - The Sinclair - Boston, MA
Feb. 26 - The Sinclair - Boston, MA
Feb. 27 - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA
Feb. 28 - Webster Hall - New York, NY
Mar. 1 - Higher Ground Showcase Lounge - South Burlington, VT
Mar. 3 - Horseshoe Tavern - Toronto, Canada
Mar. 6 - Metro - Chicago, IL
Mar. 7 - Firebird - St. Louis, MO
Mar. 8 - Mercy Lounge - Nashville, TN


Mutual Benefit "Advanced Falconry" Video Premiere

The official video for Mutual Benefit's "Advanced Falconry" premiered online through New York Times T Magazine.
Read and watch here.

"Advanced Falconry" is from "Love's Crushing Diamond", which is available to buy on CD or pre-order on vinyl:
Buy CD, LP, or Digital from our website
Buy CD, LP, or Digital from Amazon
Buy from iTunes

Jan. 13 - Great Scott - Boston, MA
Jan. 14 - II Motore - Montreal, Canada
Jan. 15 - Drake Underground - Toronto, Canada
Jan. 18 - Turf Club - Minneapolis, MN
Jan. 22 - Barboza - Seattle, WA
Jan. 25 - Rickshaw Stop - San Francisco, CA
Jan. 28 - Centre for the Arts - Eagle Rock - Los Angeles, CA
Jan. 29 - Ryhthm Room - Phoenix, AZ
Feb. 1 - Fitzgeralds - Houston, TX
Feb. 3 - The Earl - Atlanta, GA
Feb. 4 - Local 506 - Chapel Hill, NC
Feb. 6 - The Boot & Saddle - Philadelphia, PA
Feb. 7 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY
Feb. 8 - Rough Trade - New York, NY


Frankie Rose Tour Dates

Dec. 10 - Roundhouse - London, United Kingdom
Dec. 14 - UEA - Norwich, United Kingdom
Dec. 15 - The Institute - Birmingham, United Kingdom
Jan. 26 - Brillobox - Pittsburgh, PA
Jan. 27 - Schubas Tavern - Chicago, IL
Jan. 28 - The Record Bar - Kansas City, MO
Jan. 31 - Soda Bar - San Diego, CA
Feb. 2 - The Echo - Los Angeles, CA
Feb. 3 - The Crepe Place - Santa Cruz, CA
Feb. 4 - Rickshaw Shop - San Francisco, CA
Feb. 6 - Venue - Vancouver, Canada
Feb. 7 - Showbox at the Market - Seattle, WA
Feb. 8 - Roseland Theater - Portland, OR
Feb. 11 - Gothic Theatre - Denver, CO
Feb. 12 - Liberty Hall - Lawrence, KS
Feb. 13 - Opolis - Norman, OK
Feb. 14 - Emo's - Austin, TX
Feb. 15 - Granada Theatre - Dallas, TX
Feb. 16 - Fitzgerald's (Upstairs) - Houston, TX


Anna Von Hausswolff Tour Dates

Dec. 9 - Schubas Tavern - Chicago, IL
Dec. 10 - 7th Street Entry - Minneapolis, MN
Dec. 13 - The Vera Project - Seattle, WA
Dec. 14 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, OR
Dec. 15 - Rickshaw Shop - San Francisco, CA
Dec. 16 - Bootleg Bar - Los Angeles, CA


Thursday, November 7, 2013

Jimbo Mathus' 'Dark Night of the Soul' coming on Fat Possum

The former Squirrel Nut Zipper forges a unique collaboration
on a new album, due out on Fat Possum Records February 15.
OXFORD, Miss.—Few studio albums have had a birth process like Jimbo Mathus’ new release, Dark Night of the Soul, due out February 15, 2014. To create his ninth album, the singer-songwriter spent nearly a year going to Dial Back Sound Studio, near his home in Taylor, Mississippi, to work on new tunes. Dial Back Sound, however, isn’t just any conveniently located studio, but one operated by Fat Possum Records’ Bruce Watson, who offered Mathus this extended opportunity to create the follow-up to his highly-regarded Fat Possum debut White Buffalo.
Like having a regular gig at a neighborhood bar, Mathus would drop by the studio every couple of weeks and hash out song ideas with engineer/instrumentalist Bronson Tew. Mathus ended up with around 40 songs and Watson heard them all. “He acted as my editor,” Mathus explains. “I really trust him. He would come in and say, ‘I like this or could we change a little of that?’”
Mathus enjoyed the casual, low-pressure studio environment but also felt challenged to bring new material to the table every week. “I would pull out scraps of paper from my wallet that normally I would dump in the trash and those would be the ones that Bruce liked.” The ones Watson would gravitate to be the darker songs — the ones, Mathus confides, he would typically keep private. “So collaboratively,” he says, “we brought them to life.”  This process resulted in his most personal and hardest rocking album to date. While on earlier releases, the Mississippi-bred Mathus tended to showcase his encyclopedic facility with Southern roots music, this time, however, he really wanted to play his songs unselfconsciously — “letting them just fall off the bone.”
This emphasis on “more ultra chrome and less sepia tones,” as Mathus calls it, arrives on the title track that opens the album. Fiery electric guitars match the artist’s emotionally wrenching vocals as he pleads to be taken to his “sweet solution.” A similar search for salvation fuels the impassioned soul-rocker “White Angel,” while a more rollicking spirit imbues the ’70s Southern rock-flavored “Rock and Roll,” where the piano is pounded as hard as the guitars. “Shine Like a Diamond,” a love ode to Mathus’ wife Jennifer, sparkles like an old Van Morrison-style gem, complete with some “sha-la-la” near the end.
Dark Night grows funkier in its second half with tracks like “Fire in the Canebrake” and “Casey Caught the Cannonball.” Mathus’ take on the Casey Jones legend (which he wrote from facts he got off of a roadside marker) conjures up memories of The Band, as does another Dixie-based tale, “Hawkeye Jordan.” The album ends in a rather dark place with the closing tracks: the junkie lament “Medicine” and eerie eulogy “Butcher Bird.”
On most of Dark Night’s tracks, Mathus’ acoustic guitar is surrounded by the electric guitar played by his longtime sideman Matt Pierce and pal Eric “Roscoe” Ambel. (Ambel produced White Buffalo but on Dark Night he focuses exclusively on his righteous guitar playing.) The album’s raw, rock sound arose from the fact that most of the tracks were recorded live in the studio with Mathus’ band, the Tri-State Coalition, which he found “very liberating way of doing it.” Mathus feels very in synch with his bandmates (keyboardist Eric Carlton, drummer Ryan Rogers, guitarist Pierce and guest bassist and Drive By Trucker Matt Patton) since they have played together now for several years. “The intensity you’re hearing on this album,” he proclaims, “is the spirit of a band that is putting its shit on the line.”
As potent as the band’s recordings are, the album also contains several tracks — including “Casey,” “Medicine” and the swampy blues number “Tallahatchie” — that were actually studio demos. Watson, Mathus explains, didn’t find anything to change in them. It’s this level of trust between the two men that has brought forth and formed the heart of Dark Night.  In Mathus’ words, Bruce is “someone who sees what I am capable of doing and wants other people to hear it too. The record is a testament of his vision of me — and an accurate depiction of the way I experience life with its high ups and its far downs.”
While Mathus plays less of the musical historian role on his new album, his love and knowledge of roots music still radiates throughout his songs. “Knowing about some banjo part on a Gus Cannon record informs me on writing a song like ‘Dark Night of the Soul,’ believe it or not,” Mathus reveals. “It’s all in my frame of reference and my musical DNA.”
This musical DNA has been in him since birth. His father and relatives were all skilled musicians who filled the house with old folk, country and blues tunes. By the age of eight, Mathus was joining them on mandolin and by his teenage years had learned guitar and piano. High school led to playing in punk and new wave bands, the most notable being Johnny Vomit and the Dry Heaves and The End, with future Oblivian Jack Yarber. Post high school, Mathus studied Philosophy at Mississippi State University before leaving to travel around America. In doing so he worked various jobs, including an influential stint as a barge tankerman on the mighty Mississippi River. Settling in Chapel Hill, N.C., he drummed in the cult rock band Metal Flake Mother prior to starting the Squirrel Nut Zippers. This ahead-of-its-time retro roots band scored a hit with “Hot” and performed at President Clinton’s second Inauguration and the 1996 Summer Olympics. Following the Zippers’ split, Mathus worked with such noted artists such as Buddy Guy and Elvis Costello, and collaborated with North Mississippi Allstars guitarist Luther Dickinson and Alvin Youngblood Hart in the South Memphis String Band. He also recorded his own albums (including one dedicated to his childhood nanny Rosetta Patton, the daughter of Delta blues icon Charley Patton).
With the South being so central to his life, it’s no surprise that Mathus and his band are very popular there. “I could stay in Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana and never have to leave,” he admits, “but the point is I want people to hear this album — to bring a little gris-gris to the rest of America.”
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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Black Keys, Al Green, Mutual Benefit, and More - Fat Possum Newsletter

The Black Keys and Al Green Exclusive Vinyl at Newbury Comics

Limited edition colored vinyl for the Black Keys' Thickfreakness and Chulahoma are available exclusively from Newbury Comics
Both releases can be ordered online here, or at a Newbury Comics location
Find your local store here

Al Green's Let's Stay Together has also been released on a limited edition green vinyl
Find it online here

Mutual Benefit Signs To Other Music

Jordan Lee's Mutual Benefit has signed to Other Music
His album Love's Crushing Diamond will be released in the US on December 3rd and UK/EU on January 13th

Pre-order it on our website here
Listen to Let's Play / Statue of a Man from Love's Crushing Diamond here and check out Mutual Benefit tour dates below

11/09 - Baby's All Right - New York, NY
11/10 - Jungle Room - Easton, PA
11/12 - 3 Door Studios - Oberlin, OH
11/13 - Lake Hope Lodge - Athens, OH
11/15 - Pa's Lounge - Boston, MA
12/02 - Other Music (Album Release Party) - New York, NY

Otis Clay / Trying To Live My Life Without You Reissue

In Stores Now
LP / Digital at Fat Possum
LP / Digital at Amazon
Digital at iTunes
Find your local record store

Stream the entire album on Soundcloud

The Wytches / Crying Clown 7"

Fat Possum Records will release The Wytches' debut, Crying Clown, as a 7" on November 12

Pre-order it from our website here

Listen to Crying Clown here

Waylon Jennings / Honky Tonk Heroes

Waylon Jennings' Honky Tonk Heroes will be back on vinyl through Fat Possum Records

The remastered album will be out on November 12

Preorder it from our website here

Syl Johnson / Back For A Taste Of Your Love Reissue

Syl Johnson's Back For A Taste Of Your Love will also be reissued and in stores on November 12

Preorder it from our website here

Youth Lagoon On Tour In Europe

10/31 - Dublin, Ireland - Whelans
11/1 - London, UK - Islington Assembly Hall
11/2 - Paris, France - Pitchfork Paris
11/5 - Tel Aviv, Israel - Barby
11/7 - Barcelona, Spain - Razz 2
11/8 - San Sebastian, Spain - Venue TBC
11/9 - Madrid, Spain - But
11/10 - Santiago, Spain - Capitol
11/12 - Orleans, France - L'Astrolabe
11/13 - Strasbourg, France - Laiteire
11/14 - Fribourg, Switzerland - Fri-Son
11/15 - Berlin, Germany - Venue TBC
11/17 - Oslo, Norway - Parkteatret
11/18 - Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Media
11/19 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Pustervik
11/20 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Pumpehuset
11/22 - Hamburg, Germany - Rolling Stone Weekender
11/23 - Utrecht, Netherlands - Tivoli
11/24 - Brussels, Belgium - Botanique

Temples On Tour

11/18 - The Empty Bottle - Chicago, IL
11/19 - The Loving Touch - Detroit, MI
11/20 - The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern - Toronto, Ontario, CA
11/21 - Le Petit Campus - Montreal, Quebec, CA
11/22 - Great Scott - Allston, MA
11/23 - Kung Fu Necktie - Philadelphia, PA
11/25 - Bowery Ballroom - New York, NY
11/26 - Union Pool - Brooklyn, NY
11/27 - DC9 - Washington, DC

Anna Von Hausswolff On Tour

10/31 - Iceland Airwaves Festival - Reykjavik, Iceland
11/01 - Sacred Music Festival - Uppsala, Sweden
11/02 - Tavastia - Helsinki, Finland
11/30 - Pustervik - Gothenburg, Sweden
12/01 - Fasching - Stockholm, Sweden
12/04 - Lan Theatre - Atlas Performing Arts Center - Washington, DC
12/05 - Johnny Brenda's - Philadelphia, PA
12/06 - Union Hall - Brooklyn, NY
12/07 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY
12/09 - Schubas Tavern - Chicago, IL
12/10 - 7th Street Entry - Minneapolis, MN
12/13 - The Vera Project - Seattle, WA
12/14 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, OR
12/15 - Rickshaw Stop - San Francisco, CA
12/16 - Bootleg Bar - Los Angeles, CA

Jackson Scott On Tour In Europe

10/31 - Strasbourg, France - Troc Cafe
11/01 - Namur, Belgium - Beautes Soniques Festival at Belvedere
11/02 - Lille, France - La Peniche
11/03 - Nantes, France - SOY Festival at Lieu Unique
11/04 - Brighton, UK - The Green Door Store
11/05 - Manchester, UK - Soup Kitchen
11/06 - Bristol, UK - Start the Bus
11/08 - London, UK - The Lexington
11/09 - Amersfoort, Netherlands - I am the City Festival
11/10 - Utrecht, Netherlands - Tivoli Spiegelbar
11/11 - Berlin, Germany - Privatclub
11/12 - Hamburg, Germany - 
Uebel & Gefaehrlich
11/13 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Spillestedet Stengade
11/14 - Oslo, Norway - Bla
11/15 - Stockholm, Sweden - Strand Stockholm
11/16 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Pusterviksbaren
11/17 - Aarhus, Denmark - Voxhall Atlas
11/19 - Leipzig, Germany - Goldhorn
11/20 - Munich, Germany - Unterdeck
11/21 - Zagreb, Croatia - Kino Grit
11/22 - Legnano, Italy - Circolone Club
11/23 - Besancon, France - Generiq at Zonarts
11/24 - Turin, Italy - Blah Blah
11/25 - Lyon, France - Le Sonic