Let’s Get Caught Up On Recent New Releases… Plus, Restocks and Additions… and More

Hey Backbeaters,

We’ve got a few recent new releases from the past couple of weeks that we haven’t had a chance to mention and there’s a big list of restocks and additions to our selection in here too. If you missed the most recent “flippin’ video” on Facebook we’ve got it a little further down the post.

Let’s get right into the latest albums from The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Neko Case and Father John Misty.


The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Something Else
This is first full length offering from the Brian Jonestown Massacre for 2018, a second, self titled, album will be coming out in September.

This is the 17th full length release from the band & the style is less experimental & more of a retracing back to the traditional sound of the band.

Recorded between 2017 & 2018, this 9 track album will please old & new fans alike.

Neko Case – Hell On
Neko Case’s ‘Hell-On,’ an indelible collection of colorful, enigmatic storytelling that features some of her most daring, through-composed arrangements to date, is available now.

Produced by Neko Case, ‘Hell-On’ is simultaneously her most accessible and most challenging album, in a rich and varied career that’s offered plenty of both. ‘Hell-On’ is rife with withering self-critique, muted reflection, anthemic affirmation and Neko’s unique poetic sensibility. Neko enlisted Bjorn Yttling of (Peter Bjorn & John) to co-produce 6 tracks with her in Stockholm, Sweden where she mixed the 12 track album with Lasse Mårtén.

‘Hell-On’ features performances by Beth Ditto, Mark Lanegan, k.d. Lang, AC Newman, Eric Bachmann, Kelly Hogan, Doug Gillard, Laura Veirs, Joey Burns and many more. And, with that, it’s best to hand this off to Neko….

My name is Neko Case. I am a music producer, songwriter, and musician. I just finished a record called ‘Hell-On’ with a cast of talented musicians, techs, label folks and friends.

What I want you to know about me isn’t too much, nor do I want to over talk it. What you take away on your own, as a listener is most important. I worked really hard and I was present for every second of this project. Producing a record is a huge task and there were times I was deep in the weeds, but that is normal for a record that takes a year plus. The weeds aren’t so bad. There were a lot of break-through moments, belly-laughs, sleepless nights and grubby, shiny jeans. In the end it was all worth it and I am so proud of how it turned out, and I am so grateful to have worked with such dedicated, giving artists to make it happen.

Father John Misty – God’s Favorite Customer
Written largely in New York between Summer 2016 and Winter 2017, Josh Tillman’s fourth Father John Misty LP, God’s Favorite Customer, reflects on the experience of being caught between the vertigo of heartbreak and the manic throes of freedom.

God’s Favorite Customer reveals a bittersweetness and directness in Tillman’s songwriting, without sacrificing any of his wit or taste for the absurd. From “Mr. Tillman,” where he trains his lens on his own misadventure, to the cavernous pain of estrangement in “Please Don’t Die,” Tillman plays with perspective throughout to alternatingly hilarious and devastating effect. “We’re Only People (And There’s Not Much Anyone Can Do About That)” is a meditation on our inner lives and the limitations we experience in our attempts to give and receive love. It stands in solidarity with the title track, which examines the ironic relationship between forgiveness and sin. Together, these are songs that demand to know either real love or what comes after, and as the album progresses, that entreaty leads to discovering the latter’s true stakes.

God’s Favorite Customer was produced by Tillman and recorded with Jonathan Rado (Foxygen), Dave Cerminara (Jonathan Wilson, Foster the People, Conor Oberst), and Trevor Spencer (FJM). The album features contributions from Haxan Cloak, Natalie Mering of Weyes Blood, longtime collaborator Jonathan Wilson, and members of Misty’s touring band.

New Vinyl – Restocks and Additions

Baby Huey – The Living Legend
Band Of Horses – Cease To Begin
Beastie Boys – Check Your Head
Bradley, Charles – Changes
Bradley, Charles – No Time for Dreaming
Bradley, Charles – Victim of Love
Breeders – Pod
Brown, James – 20 All Time Greatest Hits!
Cash, Johnny – American Iv: Man Comes Around
Clash – London Calling
Coleman, Ornette – Something Else!!!! The Music Of Ornette Coleman
Cooke, Sam – Ain’t That Good News
Cult – Pure Cult: The Singles
Death Grips – Money Store
Decemberists – Crane Wife
Deftones – Around The Fur
Digable Planets – Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space) 25th An. Ed.
EMPD – Strictly Business
EMPD – Unfinished Business
Fugazi – Repeater
Gorillaz – Gorillaz
Gorillaz – Plastic Beach
Green Day – Nimrod
Green, Al – I’m Still In Love With You
Hancock, Herbie – Inventions & Dimensions
Lateef, Yusef – Jazz For The Thinker
Madonna – Immaculate Collection
Mastodon – Crack The Skye
Motley Crue – Shout At The Devil
Motorhead – Overkill
Motorhead – No Sleep Till Hammersmith
Nas – Illmatic Xx
Offspring – Offspring
Pantera – History Of Hostility
Pantera – Cowboys From Hell
Pantera – Far Beyond Driven
Petty, Tom – Greatest Hits
Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon
Pink Floyd – Animals
Pogues – Best Of The Pogues
Pop, Iggy – Lust For Life
Portishead – PNYC (2LP/import) Live at The Roseland Ballroom, New York 1997
Rainbow Kitten Surprise – How To: Friend; Love; Freefall
Run The Jewels – Run The Jewels 3
Sepultura – Chaos A.D.
Sepultura – Roots
Sepultura – Arise
Soundtrack – Reservoir Dogs
Soundtrack – Pretty In Pink
Spacemen 3 – Taking Drugs To Make Music..
Super Furry Animals – Fuzzy Logic
Tosh, Peter – Legalize It
Various Artists – Studio One Rocksteady
Various Artists – Studio One Supreme: Maximum 70s & 80s Early Dancehall Sounds
Withers, Bill – Best Of Bill Withers
Young, Neil – Harvest Moon
Young, Neil – Roxy – Tonight’s The Night Live
Zombie, Rob – Hellbilly Deluxe
Zombie, Rob – Sinister Urge

Recent Arrival Used and Vintage Vinyl
We’re always loading up the browsers here with great albums. Here’s what we put out last week.



Pro-Ject Trade-in Event
With all this great music you’re going to want to get the most out of your albums. Check out this deal going on until the end of June.

It’s Back… The Pro-Ject Trade-In Event



See you soon!