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Mike Krol
Turkey
Merge
ADDS 9/1/15
DIGITAL ONLY

"Mike Krol Takes a Bite Out of Crime in 'Neighborhood Watch' Video" - Flood Magazine

In baseball, a strike is a missed opportunity.

Three of them and you’re out.

In bowling’s hallowed alleys, a strike is the minor miracle of all ten pins falling at once. Back-to-back strikes make a double. Do it a third time and you’ve got yourself a turkey.

History will decide which sports metaphor to apply to Mike Krol’s first two records, I Hate Jazz (2011) and Trust Fund (2013). But as needle meets groove on TurkeyKrol’s first record for Merge—there is no ambiguity. A shiny black ball tumbles past the suburban strip malls of a polyestered Wisconsin and veers precariously close to an East Coast gutter before gathering momentum in a physics-defying sprint for the Pacific. California is where the headpin falls—the right velocity, the perfect geometry, the bowler’s intent beautifully realized in a noisy moment of awesome destruction.

Mike Krol got his bike stolen and his heart broken. He bailed on graphic-design-as-career. He kept playing drums and guitars, and he kept writing songs about the stuff he hated and the stuff he loved. Leaving Milwaukee for Los Angeles, he took a few years’ worth of wrong turns. But when he showed up at a studio in Sacramento in March 2014, he had his affairs in order. Plug the vocal mic into a guitar amp. Plug the guitar into an overheating box of vacuum tubes. Put the computer in the closet. Roll the tape. 

Some people thought Mike Krol couldn’t do it. Mike Krol was not among them. From the mission manifesto of “Suburban Wasteland” to the alienation and vitriol of “Left Out (ATTN: SoCal Garage Rockers),” Turkey questions the world but does not question itself. It knows what it’s after: explanations from a thoughtless thief, a soulless scene, and a dead dog. A certain degree of revenge. The house but not the kids. You. It is sweet melodies sneered, Mountain Dew guitars, VU needles buried in the red. It is a record 30 years in the making, made in four days. 

Those who know Mike Krol know that this record was his goal. He risked a great deal for a turkey.

Goal accomplished, the question becomes: what do you call a fourth strike?


RIYL: Ty Segall, Wavves, Thee Oh Sees, The Orwells
TRY: #2, 3, 5, 6
DIRTY: #9

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
https://www.mergerecords.com/mike-krol
https://twitter.com/mikefredkrol
https://www.facebook.com/mikefredkrol



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Defeater
Abandoned
Epitaph
ADDS 9/1/15
DIGITAL ONLY

Unlike most bands—and especially most hardcore bands— Defeater don’t write songs so much as they write histories, and specifically the history of a never-named New Jersey family whose already troubled lives disintegrate into torment, rendered all the more tragic for the depth and detail of singer Derek Archambault’s lyrics. Abandoned is the most relentlessly raw and uncompromising chapter so far, powered by a renewed sense of artistic ambition and a plot twist no one expected.

Abandoned was written and recorded in a welcome period of relief in Archambault’s life, after he’d finally received a life-changing surgery that repaired severe hip damage he suffered in an injury. Archambault’s surgery, he says, allowed him to redouble his connection with his own writing, leaving him clear to truly inhabit what he calls his own Glass family—after the famous J.D. Salinger characters. The new album chronicles the story of a lapsed Catholic priest, whose battles in Europe during the war drag him first toward faith and then his own poisonous faithlessness.

On tour now! Contact us with any requests!


RIYL: F*cked Up, La Dispute, Touché Amoré, Balance and Composure, Four Year Strong
TRY: #2, 4, 7

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://www.defeater.me
https://twitter.com/Defeater
https://www.facebook.com/defeaterband
https://instagram.com/defeaterband/



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Goddamn Draculas
The Drax
Self-Released
ADDS 8/25/15
DIGITAL ONLY

"Tough but glossy early-'80s power-chorded arena rock" - Boston Globe

Goddamn Draculas’ debut record is a cannonball of rock’n roll braggadocio. The Drax is a devil-horns-in-the-air statement: bring on the whiskey, bring on the rock, let’s have a ball.” - Do617

Say Goodbye squares up as an unabashed work of ‘80s power rock, and does so with such brash charm and zeal is casts it’s spell… God bless you, Draculas.” - Dig Boston

Boston’s The Drax (aka Goddamn Draculas) have arrived with the debut album that fans have been waiting for. Winners of the 35th annual Boston Rock ’n Roll Rumble, Do617’s Show of the Year, and 2 time Boston Music Award nominees, The Drax have created an album that delivers the same hard rock punch as their sold-out live shows.


RIYL: Cheap Trick, Hold Steady, Gaslight Anthem, Social Distortion
TRY: #2, 4, 12, 13
DIRTY: #1, 5, 8

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://www.goddamndraculas.com
https://www.facebook.com/goddamndraculas
https://twitter.com/goddamndraculas
https://goddamndraculas.bandcamp.com/releases



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Rocky Catanese and the Chapter
New Day/Old Night
Sniffling Indie Kids / Mint 400
ADDS 8/25/15
DIGITAL ONLY

Rocky Catanese and The Chapter, from New Brunswick, NJ, come out swinging with their debut EP New Day/Old Night. Led by Rocky Catanese and a group of close friends, the band traffics in a penetrating power pop sound reminiscent of Matthew Sweet and Jimmy Eat World. Opener “Better Now” immediately establishes what they’re all about: roaring guitars, big drums, and soaring choruses.

Rocky has been fighting the good fight to keep the New Jersey indie rock scene alive and well, having managed the Court Tavern, one of NJ’s most legendary venues, for several years after it re-opened. After his previous bands broke up, Rocky hit the studio with these six songs, playing almost every instrument on the record. With the help of Joe Lanza and Chris Nino laying down additional guitar parts, RCATC are carrying the torch for the rock song as anthem that NJ bands are known to produce. Just try listening to “Retreat” or “Stealing” without singing along. We hope you enjoy it!


RIYL: Motion City Soundtrack, Jimmy Eat World, Rentals, Manchester Orchestra
TRY: #2, 6, 1
DIRTY: #3

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
https://www.facebook.com/RockyCataneseandtheChapter
https://rockycataneseandthechapter.bandcamp.com
http://rockycatanese.tumblr.com
https://twitter.com/rockycatanese



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Miss Eaves
Black Valley
Self-Released
ADDS 8/25/15
DIGITAL ONLY

Have you heard the legend of Miss Eaves? A scrappy kid from the burbs making jewelry out of cereal boxes who dreamed of becoming an artist one day. Or maybe the designer so passionate that she named her band after her favorite font. Or the the Southerner feemcee who once swore she would never end up in the city of relentless neon lights, invasive skyscrapers and broken dreams, found herself calling Bedstuy, Brooklyn the home she loves and her muse. Have you heard tale of the wild so desperate to get closer to her fans, she once crawled on top of a DJ and performed her 30 min set crouched in the narrow 5 foot space between the ceiling and the booth. Or The tough as nails broad who crawled on the stage two hours after being released from the hospital after being hit face first by a car on her bike?

Shanthony Exum (aka Miss Eaves) is a fierce femcee known for her unique electro-pop-rap feminist stylings and fun-dance-explosion stage presence. From nights karaoking in bars to performing in packed out festivals in Belgium Miss Eaves, realized performing was like a drug she couldn’t quit and she fiended for it. With her tongue-in-cheek rhymes in tow, her music has led her to perform at shows such as Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld and Dour and Les Rockomotive. Most recently, touring with Wheatus and MC Frontalot around the UK.

You can find her in her Bedstuy, Brooklyn digs, writing music, collaborating with other artists and producers, creating colorful trinkets out of paper mache and working on her blog, http://theeverybodyproject.com.


RIYL: Peaches, Santigold, Cakes da Killa , M.I.A.
TRY: #1, 2, 7, 8
DIRTY: #3, 4

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://misseaves.com
https://twitter.com/yoeaves
https://www.facebook.com/Misseavesraps
https://soundcloud.com/misseaves



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Chelsea Wolfe
Abyss
Sargent House
ADDS 8/18/15
DIGITAL ONLY

“Gorgeously devastating . . . heartbreak and darkness are the threads that run through Wolfe's diverse-yet-distinctive discography. They're never far behind her. If anything, Abyss chases them, with a tenderness that understands the beauty to be captured therein.”- NPR [First Listen]

Wolfe is about a step away from becoming the biggest singer/songwriter of our generation.” – Noisey

“Her darkest, heaviest and most personal album yet . . . a haunting, doomy exercise in loud-quiet dynamics.” - Rolling Stone

Sleep paralysis plagues singer/songwriter Chelsea Wolfe, and that strange intersection of the conscious and the unconscious has inadvertently manifested itself within her work. Across the span of her first four albums, there is an underlying tension, a distorted and nebulous territory where dark shadows hover along the edges of the sublime and the graceful. But until now, Wolfe’s trials and tribulations with the boundaries between dreams and reality have only been a subconscious influence on her work. With her fifth album, Abyss, she deliberately confronts those boundaries and crafts a score to that realm she describes as the “hazy afterlife... an inverted thunderstorm... the dark backward... the abyss of time.”

Chelsea Wolfe’s material has always felt intensely private, from the almost voyeuristic bedroom-production aesthetic of her debut album The Grime and the Glow to the stark themes and atmospheres of 2013’s Pain Is Beauty. “Abyss is meant to have the feeling of when you’re dreaming, and you briefly wake up, but then fall back asleep into the same dream, diving quickly into your own subconscious,” says Wolfe. To conjure this in-between world, Wolfe continued her ongoing collaboration with multi-instrumentalist and co-writer Ben Chisholm and drummer Dylan Fujioka, with Ezra Buchla brought on board to play viola and Mike Sullivan (Russian Circles) enlisted to contribute guitar. The ensemble traveled to Dallas, TX to record with producer John Congleton (Swans, St. Vincent). In the back of her mind burned the words of designer Yohji Yamamoto: "Perfection is ugly. Somewhere in the things humans make, I want to see scars, failure, disorder, distortion.” The resulting eleven songs reflect that philosophy as they smolder with human frailty, intimacy, quiet passion, anxiety, and deep longing.

“Sleep and dream issues have followed me my whole life,” remarks Wolfe as she revisits notes from the writing and recording sessions. In a way, these issues have become a part of Chelsea Wolfe’s identity, for whom the notion of sleep as an escape has been subverted. Abyss captures this dichotomy, this battle between the soothing and the upsetting, and demonstrates why Chelsea Wolfe has become one of the most intriguing songwriters of the decade.

On tour now! Contact us for any opportunities!


RIYL: Chelsea Wolfe, Swans, Portishead, PJ Harvey
TRY: #1, 3, 2, 7, 6

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://chelseawolfe.net
http://facebook.com/cchelseawwolfe
http://twitter.com/cchelseawwolfe
http://chelseawolfemusic.tumblr.com
http://instagram.com/cchelseawwolfe



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Mark Kraus
The Story of Everything
Slow Fi Music
ADDS 8/18/15
DIGITAL ONLY

New York City based singer/songwriter Mark Kraus grew up in the kind of old Massachusetts town that had long past its day. Abandoned factories turned to strip malls and the suburban ennui that filled his teenage years drove him and his friends seek music as a way out. As Nick Hornby described, “[a place] you either stay and rot, or escape and burn”. This urge not only birthed his music career but is often the narrative in his bittersweet songs.

Kraus and friends eventually did escape to Boston, MA where he formed the indie folk band Jr. Corduroy. 2002’s “I Don’t Want To Be Around When You’re Gone For Good” got some solid acclaim, such as a critic’s pick for The Boston Globe’s 10 best records of the year and charted in the CMJ top 50, but the band fell into obscurity after breaking up shortly after its release. Kraus moved to New York City shortly after and for close to the next decade began experimenting with different ideas, bands, and projects. After the break up of his second band Tsui, Kraus abandoned music for close to five years.

His new album “The Story of Everything” is a reawakening. It is an immediate, cinematic, and at times heartbreaking solo debut that’s both deeply personal and universal. There’s a kind of urgency that echoes throughout the album, a feeling that the songs needed to be written and heard. It’s a record about epochs of time — youth in revolt, a life long love story, the start and end of everything.

The album was recorded by Kraus in Brooklyn, mixed by David Westner, and mastered at Peerless Mastering by Jeff Lipton. Musically it draws from influences like Wilco, Elliott Smith, Bill Callahan, Leonard Cohen, and Bruce Springsteen. The album is a tender statement that’s both infectious and haunting — a minor masterpiece that is sure to please fans of indie folk.


RIYL: Elliott Smith, City and Colour, Sun Kil Moon, Bill Callahan
TRY: #2, 3, 5, 7

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://markkraus.com
https://www.facebook.com/markkrausmusic
https://twitter.com/markkrausmusic
https://instagram.com/markkrausmusic/
http://markkraus.bandcamp.com


 

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The Fratellis
Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied
Cooking Vinyl
ADDS 8/11/15
DIGITAL ONLY

“Knockabout, helter-skelter, rough-throated alt/pop” - Metro

“A monster mash-up of 70s Top Of The Pops choruses with a glam-boogie groove" - Classic Rock

Ahead of the release of forthcoming album ‘Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied’, The Fratellis have unveiled the video for their new single ‘Baby Don’t You Lie To Me!’. The video, directed by Libby Burke Wilde (Royal Blood, The Charlatans), highlights the band’s flawless live set up while channelling the energy exuded in the foot stomping anthem.

The fully charged nature of ‘Baby Don’t You Lie To Me!’ is reminiscent of the lively soul that paraded through their 2006 debut album smash ‘Costello Music’. But there’s a glorious new level to it, the sound of freedom, a force that runs throughout the album. After three albums (two top 5’s), a Brit Award, four sold-out nights at Brixton Academy and countless sell-out shows, exuding Zen-like calm, Jon Fratelli has embraced a newly found freedom, and boy does it show.

Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied’ will be the band’s fourth album, released on 21st August via Cooking Vinyl. Following the release of 2013’s ‘We Need Medicine’, the Glaswegian trio, completed by Barry Fratelli (bass) and Mince Fratelli (drums), spent a year touring the world. At the tail end of 2014, they decamped to LA to work on album number four with Tony Hoffer (M83, Depeche Mode and Belle & Sebastian), who also produced their first album. With Hoffer at the helm, the band could revel in playing for the fun of it again, a feeling that radiates through ‘Baby Don’t You Lie To Me!’

The band have a busy few months ahead of them with shows in the U.S, Canada, Japan and Europe, sell out intimate, special album release shows, as well as a UK November tour.


RIYL: Franz Ferdinand, The Kooks, Arctic Monkeys, Man Man
TRY: #2, 3, 5

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://thefratellis.com/
https://twitter.com/thefratellis
https://instagram.com/thefratellis/
https://www.facebook.com/thefratellis



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Midnight Divide
Embrace The Wave
Self-Released
ADDS 8/11/15
DIGITAL ONLY

For Midnight Divide songwriter, front man and former college lineman AUSTEN MORET, being a solo artist with a “big sound” was always the goal. Seeking to unify his rock, electronic and blues influences, he set out on his own in late 2014 to create a record with soaring vocals, tribal drums, infectious guitar riffs and driving bass lines. His debut record: Embrace The Wave, is set for a September 1st release and is a testament to the sweeping, high energy songs that influenced Austen.

When you look at his history, it isn’t hard to see why music became his career of choice. “My family moved a lot.” he says, “between the US, Europe and Canada, I don’t think I’ve lived in the same place for more than four years since I was six. Music became my sanctuary.” After moving to California in early 2012, he was left unsatisfied with stints in local bands, and realized that if he were to get the “big sound” he wanted, he’d have to do it himself. Two years after moving to the golden state, he parted ways from his band Practical Animal, and moved to Los Angeles. In October 2014, he launched into writing, producing and recording his debut solo EP, working with Rich Mouser at his Mouse House Studio. After playing almost every instrument on the record, tracking finished in March 2015.

Much of his inspiration for the EP comes from his family’s musical influence. “I remember my parents just bought their first CD player, and my mom put on In Your Eyes off Peter Gabriel’s Secret World Live album. I was fixated by how it builds and builds until at the end it just explodes musically. It’s something I tried to emulate. My dad on the other hand gave me a copy of Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti and the first song he recommended was Kashmir. I always knew after hearing that, that I’d want to create something epic.” Adding a key piece to the musical foundation was his favorite band, Radiohead. “My sister Brooke played Street Spirit for me and it was like a light came on. It resonated with me more than anything ever had.”

For live performances, long time friends and live band members: Dan Beltran (lead guitar), Eddie Vyeda (drums), Mike Aguado (rhythm guitar) and Steve Robinson (bass) joined Austen in April of 2015, providing the backing band so vital in bringing the songs to life.

Embrace The Wave is set to release September 1st, 2015. It will be available in all digital stores and in physical copy.


RIYL: TV On The Radio, X Ambassadors, Cold War Kids, Imagine Dragons
TRY: #1, 2, 3

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://midnightdivide.com
https://twitter.com/midnightdivide
https://www.facebook.com/midnightdivide
https://instagram.com/midnightdivide/



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Steve Nelson
Yes Master
Self-Released
ADDS 8/11/15
DIGITAL ONLY

Steve Nelson, in the words of Brooklyn music blogger Dan Gill, “showcases an Americana that speaks as much of the inner city as of open highways, as much of existential crisis as wasted youth”.

The New Jersey-born crooner is known in the Bushwick-Brooklyn music scene for his songwriting, last year releasing 1903, an under-the-radar psych-folk album that he recorded with friends in his tiny New York apartment.

After approaching friend and producer, Kahan James, the two began work on Steve’s next album which brought the music out of the psych-folk realm, into a world of lush string arrangements, casio beats, and blaring horns. And that’s how Steve’s next album Yes Master was born.

Although this new album represents a different approach and sound for Steve Nelson, his honest and sincere personality still shines through in his lyric-heavy compositions, pulling upon such diverse inspirations as Bob Dylan, Janelle Monae, Caetano Veloso, and Arctic Monkeys.

Yes Master explores a musical realm of infinite possibilities. The album plows through genres as if the boundaries were never even there. Kahan James shows off his production prowess, playing a myriad of instruments and endowing the album with lush string and horn arrangements; played out by The Superpower Horns (Beyoncé and Kanye collaborators) and viola/violin player Brian Lindgren.

Yes Master will be released on CD, iTunes, and Spotify on August 14th.


RIYL: Destroyer, Dawes, Sufjan Stevens, Langhorne Slim
TRY: #1, 2, 3, 4, 8
DIRTY: #5

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://www.stevenelsonmusic.com
https://stevenelson.bandcamp.com
https://www.youtube.com/user/stevenelsonmusic
https://www.facebook.com/stevenelsonmusic



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Wilco
Star Wars
dBpm / Anti-
ADDS 8/4/15
DIGITAL ONLY

"Surprise! Wilco just released a new album called Star Wars" - Consequence of Sound

"Wilco sound spryer, looser, livelier, wittier, and more fun than they have in years." - Paste (8.0)

"While you never can really tell with a lyricist as cryptic and elliptical as Tweedy, Star Wars hints at a congruence between his own cautious confessions and Wilco’s sensible risks—while this could just be a dry run for a conventionally released "event", the fact that they're challenging themselves is rewarding enough on its own." - Pitchfork (7.7)

"remarkably, the ever-changing band has found a way to please fans of each of their distinct periods" - Spin (7/10)

"Only Wilco could make something this eruptive feel so comfy, like a steel-wool security blanket." - Rolling Stone (4.5/5)

"Looser, grungier, fuzzier and yet more abrupt, perhaps, than latter-day Wilco offerings, Star Wars is proof that you can get considerably more than you pay for." - The Guardian

"Even by Wilco’s adventurous standards, Star Wars is possibly the most unusual, exploratory work of the band’s existence." - The Independent

"Star Wars is indeed a gift — a strangely simultaneously scuzzy and breezy gem of a record that clocks in at just over a half hour." - Pretty Much Amazing


RIYL: My Morning Jacket, Spoon, Okkervil River, Deer Tick
TRY: #2, 3, 5, 7, 11

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://wilcoworld.net
https://www.facebook.com/wilcohq
https://twitter.com/wilco
http://anti.com/artists/wilco/



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Stellan Wahlström Drift Band
Hotel Continental
Belpid
ADDS 8/4/15
DIGITAL ONLY

”A very strong band performing some amazing music. A more sophisticated take on a cross between post-Velvets and Alt-Country. Well worth checking out.” - The Big Takeover

"Dynamic piano and playful guitars. It was indeed a long wait for the successor to the album Across the room, but the long wait is more than made up by the new album Hotel Continental." - Rootstime (Belgium)

"The guitar rock here could originate from the classic new wave-period on Manhattan when Television, Blondie and Talking Heads were the hippest bands in town. Sounds very un-Swedish in a good way." - Gefle Dagblad (Sweden)

"The warmth of Stockholm’s Cobra Studio’s two-inch analogue tape setup shines through on this thoughtful collection of Alt-country tracks from the Swedish song-meister, Stellan Wahlström. Hammond organ and Fender guitars jostle with vocal stylings that are infused, alternately, with the spirit of Dylan and Cohen circa 1967, to create an homage to the heroes of the former Wylde Mammoths beat maker. Poetic and crammed with narrative intent, clever lyrics evoke a spirit of international travel long gone, where each place told a different story. The tracks ‘Waxholme Hotel’ and ‘Already Done’ are superb examples of this artful story telling at work. Patrick Derivaz, whose credits include John Cale and Television, renews a longstanding acquaintance with one time NY resident Wahlström, delivering a sensitive mix that compliments some excellent guest guitar work from Dream Syndicate’s Jason Victor. Subtle, clever, a little morose; this is a fine album." - Shindig (UK)


RIYL: Destroyer, Luna, Nick Cave, War On Drugs, Pete Yorn
TRY: #1, 2, 3, 4, 6

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://www.belpid.se/artists/stellan-wahlstrom-drift-band/
https://www.facebook.com/stellanwahlstromdriftband
https://stellanwahlstrom.bandcamp.com
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellan_Wahlström_Drift_Band



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The Karpinka Brothers
You Can Count On Me
Self-Released
ADDS 8/4/15
DIGITAL ONLY

“…SOME OF SASKATOON’S FINEST.”—CBC
 
“CALLS TO MIND SOME OF THE LAST CENTURY’S MOST FAMOUS BROTHER BANDS.”—Exclaim!

The Karpinka Brothers release their new album You Can Count On Me on September 4.  Watch an exclusive album preview video via YouTube. The LP is the band’s third full-length release following 2012’s There's A Light. The band will be performing at the Regina Folk Festival with a full national tour to be announced soon.
 
The album was recorded live over the span of two days in the band’s hometown of Saskatoon at Full Color Music. The tracks were mastered by John Golden of Golden Mastering in California (Ty Segall, Sonic Youth, Explosions in the Sky) and mixed by S.J. Kardash (The Deep Dark Woods, The Sheepdogs).

“There are two very distinct personalities between us two brothers,” says Shawn Karpinka, lead vocals, guitar and banjo. “This is our first album to truly reflect that.”
 
Hailing from Saskatchewan, The Karpinka Brothers’ sound bridges a curious gap between Van Morrison, Joel Plaskett, and outsider artists like Daniel Johnston and their songwriting and delivery is honest, blunt, and heartwarming. They have shared the stage with songwriters such as Gordon Lightfoot and Tom Wilson. Their debut album One Brick At A Time (2008) charted nationally on college radio and received CBC airplay. Exclaim! called their sophomore release There’s A Light (2012) a “solid crop of catchy, up-tempo pop songs.” The brothers volunteer regularly to perform at the local long-term care home the Park Ridge Care Center.
 

RIYL: Good Old War, They Might Be Giants, Joel Plaskett, Daniel Johnston
TRY: #2, 4, 5, 6, 7

Download full album here:
http://www.piratepirate.com/wp/downloads/

More Info Here:
http://facebook.com/karpinkabros
http://twitter.com/karpinkabros
http://instagram.com/karpinkabrothers
http://youtube.com/user/karpbros1