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NEWS : MON, AUG 9, 2021 at 7:00 AM

Hear Washed Out’s and Porridge Radio’s contributions to Sub Pop Singles Club Vol. 6, available now at all DSPs

Today, Monday, August 9th marks the release of Washed Out’s “Sidney’s Lullaby” b/w “Miles’ Lullaby” and Porridge Radio’s cover of Wolf Parade’s “You Are A Runner And I Am My Fathers Son,” available now on all DSPs.

The songs are from their contributions to the Sub Pop Singles Club Vol. 6, which continues Sub Pop’s limited-edition, subscription-only 7” vinyl singles. While the vinyl editions are only available to Singles Club subscribers – which you can become via the Sub Pop Mega Mart! – the music can now be heard on all digital music services. If you want the 7”s, hurry up and subscribe, as the 1,000 available subscriptions are nearly sold-out.



For Washed Out’s (aka Ernest Greene) contribution, he recorded two very sweet, ambient lullabies named for his sons, Sidney and Miles. He offers this on the recording, “For me, the process of writing a traditional song (with verses, choruses, etc.) can be a very time-consuming practice.  There is always an initial feeling of excitement upon discovering an interesting chord progression or melody, but the nuts and bolts of actually seeing the song through until the end can be quite maddening.

“I love to offset this way of working by improvising short instrumental sketches simply for the fun of creating and I feel like this material often has a purity and spontaneity that is often missing in my more “produced” work.

“Much like every other musician who was forced to stop touring because of the Covid-19 pandemic, I spent a lot of time at home and because of quarantine measures spent more time with my two young children than I ever have before.  As any parent can tell you, it is an amazing experience seeing them discover the world around them and their minds are so pure, honest, and open. I thought these two instrumental sketches had a sweetness and playfulness about them that characterized certain aspects of their development during this time. I tried to capture both of their unique spirits but also the tenderness I feel for them as their father. 

“Perhaps these songs might come across as too personal or sentimental - like sharing an intimate family photograph with a stranger.  However, I hope that listeners might think back to their own childhoods and how it felt to have such an innocent view of the world around you.”

Washed Out recently announced a headlining North American tour for late winter 2022. For up to date information on tickets please visit https://washedout.net/Tour.


Porridge Radio’s cover of “You Are A Runner…,” the Wolf Parade fan favorite, is the A-side to their contribution to Sub Pop Singles Club (and follows the release of their cover of The Shins’ “New Slang,” its B-side, late last month).
Porridge Radio’s Dana Margolin had this to say, “Sub Pop are a label I’ve loved for a long time, and when they asked if we wanted to release some songs with them this summer, I looked through their back catalog and chose 2 songs to cover that had a big impact on me as a teenager.”

Beginning as Margolin’s sadcore bedroom project, Porridge Radio developed into an idiosyncratic post-punk 4-piece after she moved to Brighton and met her future bandmates. They inelegantly knot together Margolin’s vicious, furious emotional outpourings with beautiful pop melodies. After a series of demos, and the growing legend of their intense live shows, their lofty debut Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers came out via Memorials of Distinction in 2016, documenting struggles with life, love and boredom, and showcases the scrapbook absurdism at Porridge Radio’s core.
 
The band’s 2020 Secretly Canadian debut, Every Bad, is a culmination of what has been in their head for some time. Every Bad arrived full of grand, sweeping ambition – with vocals so urgent that it often feels like it is moved by compulsion rather than choice, with all the rawness of early Karen O, and influences as disparate as Charli XCX and The Cranberries. After receiving wide critical acclaim across the board, Every Bad was shortlisted as one of the Hyundai Mercury Prize’s albums of 2020.
 
Porridge Radio’s updated international tour schedule now runs August 2021 through June 2022. Please visit the band’s tour dates page for more info. https://porridgeradio.com/tour


Posted by Abbie Gobeli

NEWS : WED, AUG 4, 2021 at 7:00 AM

METZ Unveil Live at the Opera House Available Digitally Now | LP November 5th

Long considered one of the planet’s most bombastic live acts and foremost purveyors of abrasive melodicism, METZ has spent the majority of their 11-year tenure crisscrossing the globe and bringing their unparalleled energy directly to the people. Determined to connect with their fans and to find a way within the confines of the pandemic to create a live experience as dynamic as their most recent full length, Atlas Vending, METZ took to the stage in October 2020 at the Opera House in Toronto to livestream a performance of Atlas Vending in its entirety. Today the band announced the release of this raw and powerful performance.
 
Live at the Opera House, recorded by Graham Walsh and mixed by Seth Manchester, is available now on all digital service providers, with bundles at Bandcamp and Sub Pop’s Mega Mart that include the full concert film directed by the band’s longtime video collaborator Scott Cudmore. Also starting today; a pre-order for the limited 1,000 piece pressing on tricolor (Black/White/Oxblood) vinyl which includes a download of the full concert film. The LP can be pre-ordered through megamart.subpop.comMETZ’s merch store, and Bandcamp, and will be available November 5th in select independent retailers in North America. Grab one while supplies last.


To celebrate this release, today METZ have shared the striking live performance video for “Pulse” from the Opera House. The opening song of a set that grabs you, shakes you, and doesn’t let go until the final crushing blow and the feedback subsides, this video, and the full Live at the Opera House album and film, are clear reminders of the unparalleled energy and spirit of METZ live. METZ return to the stages of North America this November and December and will tour Europe & the UK in the spring of 2022. 
 
METZ on the road
2021
Nov. 18 Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom
Nov. 19 Los Angeles, CA - Teragram Ballroom 
Nov. 20 San Francisco, CA - The Independent
Nov. 22 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
Nov. 23 Seattle, WA - The Crocodile - Showroom 
Nov. 24 Vancouver, BC - Biltmore
Nov. 26 Calgary, AB - Commonwealth Bar & Stage
Nov. 27 Edmonton, AB - The Starlite Room
Nov. 29 Winnipeg, MB - Winnipeg Park Theatre
Nov. 30 St. Paul, MN - Turf Club
Dec. 2 Milwaukee, WI - The Back Room - Colectivo
Dec. 3 Detroit, MI - Museum of Contemporary Art 
Dec 5 Ottawa ON - Bronson Centre 
Dec. 6 Montreal, QC - Theatre Fairmount 
Dec. 7 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall 
Dec. 9 Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere: Hall
Dec. 10 NY, NY - The Bowery Ballroom
Dec. 11 Philadelphia, PA - The Foundry at The Fillmore 
Dec. 13 Washington, DC - Union Stage
Dec. 14 Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar
Dec. 16 Chicago, IL - Metro 
Dec. 17 Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace (METZ only) 
Dec. 18 Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace (METZ only)
 
All shows w/ Preoccupations and FACS except Toronto. 
 
2022
Apr. 01 - Leicester, UK - O2 Academy 2⁣ 
Apr. 02 - Blackpool, UK - Bootleg Social⁣
Apr. 03 - Manchester, UK - YES⁣
Apr. 04 - Newcastle, UK - The Cluny⁣
Apr. 06 - Glasgow, UK - Stereo⁣
Apr. 07 - Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club⁣
Apr. 08 - Bristol, UK - Thekla⁣
Apr. 09 - Brighton, UK - Green Door Store⁣
Apr. 10 - London, UK - Scala⁣
Apr. 11 - Lille, FR - L’Aeronef⁣
Apr. 12 - Antwerp, BE - Trix⁣
Apr. 13 - Paris, FR - Petit Bain⁣
Apr. 15 - Biarritz, FR - Atabal⁣
Apr. 16 - Vigo, ES - La Iguana 
Apr. 17 - Porto, PT - Hard Club⁣
Apr. 18 - Lisbon, PT - LAV⁣
Apr. 20 - Madrid, ES - Independence Live⁣
Apr. 21 - Barcelona, ES - LA 2⁣
Apr. 22 - Nimes, FR - Paloma
Apr. 23 - Dudingen, CH - Bad Bonn⁣
Apr. 24 - Lausanne, CH - Les Docks⁣
Apr. 25 - Zurich, CH - Bogen F⁣
Apr. 27 - Munich, DE - Kranhalle⁣
Apr. 28 - Vienna, AT - Arena Wien⁣
Apr. 29 - Berlin, DE - Lido⁣
May 01 - Rotterdam, NL - Rotown⁣
May 03 - Copenhagen, DK - Loppen⁣
May 04 - Hamburg, DE - Hafenklang⁣
May 05 - Groningen, NL - Vera⁣
May 06 - Utrecht, NL - TivoliVredenburg⁣
May 07 - Cologne, DE - Artheater⁣
 
All shows w/ Psychic Graveyard 



METZ
Live at the Opera House


Tracklisting:
1. Pulse
2. Blind Youth Industrial Park
3. The Mirror
4. No Ceiling
5. Hail Taxi
6. Draw Us In
7. Sugar Pill
8. Framed by the Comet’s Tail
9. Parasite
10. A Boat to Drown In 
11. Negative Space
12. Wet Blanket 


Posted by Abbie Gobeli

NEWS : THU, JUL 29, 2021 at 7:00 AM

Stream “Bat Out Of Hell” + Louise’s Playlist From The Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2

Today you can stream “Bat Out Of Hell” and the new Louise’s Playlist, featuring a selection of songs from the forthcoming The Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2available today on all streaming services for the first time-ever from Sub Pop.

Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2 features nearly every single musical morsel from seasons 7 through 9, and is a 90-song smorgasbord that features the Belcher family - Bob (H. Jon Benjamin), Linda (John Roberts), Tina (Dan Mintz), Gene (Eugene Mirman), and Louise (Kristen Schaal) - as well as the show’s numerous recurring and special guests. This includes actors, comedians, and musicians Adam Driver, Tiffany Haddish, Jenny Slate, Daveed Diggs, Max Greenfield, Toddrick Hall, Aparna Nancherla, and Matt Berninger (of The National).
 
The Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2 will be released on August 20th, 2021 as a 2-CD set, a 3-LP regular version, a 3-LP deluxe limited-edition boxset, double cassette, and on all DSPs.
 
The limited deluxe edition gift box will come pressed on ketchup, mustard and relish colored vinyl in a book-style jacket with die-cut pages shaped liked burger fixings, a hardbound lyric book with original Bob’s Burgers artwork, a soft bound sheet music book, 2 sheets of colorforms with background scenes, 2 original posters, and more (available while supplies last).
 
The Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2 is available to preorder from Sub Popselect independent retailers in North Americain the U.K. and in Europe.



For fans of the show, enjoying the music of Bob’s Burgers on its own is both an irresistible to-go bag and ultimately a world unto itself. Lose yourself in the strangely epic disco celebration of “Hot Pants Rain Dance”! Sing along with the musical theater gem, “The Wedding Is My Warzone”! Or do whatever you’re gonna do to “Sexy Little Tiger”! But do not miss the Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2. Fans, your order is up.
 
About Bento Box Entertainment
Bento Box Entertainment (BBE) is an Emmy® award-winning entertainment content and technology company.  With studios in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Toronto, BBE produces animated comedy series for broadcast, cable and digital networks. This includes Bob’s Burgers, the Primetime Emmy®-winning FOX series with 20th Television and creator Loren Bouchard; Comedy Central series Legends of Chamberlain Heights; The Great North, the new series from FOX and 20th Television, among many others. With creative thinking, disruptive content and innovative technology at its core, BBE is dedicated to extending its reach to new audiences through its digital; Sutikki (kids); content rights; and live events, merchandise and brand management business units. BBE can be followed across social media channels @bentoboxent.

Bob’s Burgers
The Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2

 
 
Tracklisting:
      1. Not the Forgiving Type
2. That Fortress Is the Worstest (Bakaneko)
3. That Fortress Is the Worstest (Akkoro Kamui)
4. That Fortress Is the Worstest (Mizuchi and Dodomeki)
5. Nobody’s Getting In
6. The Forgiving Type
7. Flu-ouise
8. Beyond the Sea
9. Witchy Witchy
10. Here Comes the Meat Plane
11. The Briefest of Glances
12. You’ve Got the Guts
13. You Can’t Spell Christmas Without Us
14. Watching You From a Distant Place
15. Sky Kiss (Intro)
16. Sky Kiss (Extended)
17. Cat Trainin’
18. Chunky Blast Offs
19. Dad-chelor Party
20. Tuscaloosa Twister
21. Meat Man
22. Street Life
23. Winthorpe Manor
24. Attention Humans of America
25. General Inzanity Intro
26. Let My People Rock (Part 1)
27. Fortress of Inzanity
28. Let My People Rock (Part 2)
29. Roll a Rock to Rock and Roll
30. Don’t Rock In, Rock Out (Bonus Track)
31. (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life
32. Mombo
33. I Sure Would Like a Mom
34. Hot Pants Rain Dance
35. I Want to Take You Higher
36. Sexy Little Tiger
37. Playdates
38. Who’s a Fun Mom on Halloween
39. Bad at Being a Nun (Extended)
40. Give It to Teddy
41. Christmas of My Dreams
42. Teddy’s Bleaken Story
43. The Bleaken
44. Art Song
45. O Christmas Tree
46. The Bleaken Reprise
47. Do You Hear What I Hear?
48. Twinkly Lights
49. Girl Power Jam
50. Ga Ga
51. Makin’ It bHand
52. BFOT on the Kiss Spot
53. See Something Sing Something
54. Sleepovers
55. Best Couple Friends
56. Weasel Weasel
57. Happy Birthday We Forgot
58. Sugar Cookies
59. Bat out of Hell
60. Mommies Are the Best
61. Burobu
62. This Wedding Is My Warzone
63. Napkining
64. Gumboy
65. Friend Zone
66. Hate the Way I Love You
67. No Pants in Space
68. The Right Number of Boys
69. Wheelie Mammoth
70. Quarter Assin
71. Business Monster
72. Trick or Treat, Sticky Sweets
73. None of Your Business
74. Let’s Swap Eyes so We Can Empathize
75. Radar Love
76. Saving the Bird
77. Alone
78. Rollin With Me
79. Doot Doo I Love You
80. Snowballs and Sledding
81. Hey Ange
82. Bruce the Goose
83. Pesto in My Pants
84. Nothing Makes Me Happy
85. Nothing Makes Me Happier
86. How Many Sandwiches Can You Name?
87. Bioluminescence
88. Puppet Battle
89. Regular Fries (Cruel To Be Kind)
90. CAKE


Posted by Abbie Gobeli

NEWS : TUE, JUL 27, 2021 at 7:00 AM

Hear Porridge Radio’s cover of The Shins “New Slang,” Available Now at all Streaming Services

Sub Pop is pleased to announce the release of Porridge Radio’s cover of The Shins’ “New Slang,” available today worldwide through all DSPs. Listen here. The song is the B-side from the group’s forthcoming contribution to the subscription-only Sub Pop Singles Club Vol. 6. The A-side, Porridge Radio’s cover of Wolf Parade’s “You Are A Runner And I Am My Father’s Son” will be available on all DSPs August 9th. 

Porridge Radio’s Dana Margolin had this to say about the Singles Club contribution, “Sub Pop are a label I’ve loved for a long time, and when they asked if we wanted to release some songs with them this summer, I looked through their back catalog and chose 2 songs to cover that had a big impact on me as a teenager.”

Fans can get the limited-edition 7” single and many other excellent records by subscribing to the Sub Pop Singles Club Vol. 6.

Beginning as Dana Margolin’s sadcore bedroom project, Porridge Radio developed into an idiosyncratic post-punk 4-piece after she moved to Brighton and met her future bandmates. They inelegantly knot together Margolin’s vicious, furious emotional outpourings with beautiful pop melodies. After a series of demos, and the growing legend of their intense live shows, their lofty debut Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers came out via Memorials of Distinction in 2016, documenting struggles with life, love and boredom, and showcases the scrapbook absurdism at Porridge Radio’s core.
 
The band’s 2020 Secretly Canadian debut, Every Bad, is a culmination of what has been in their head for some time. Every Bad arrived full of grand, sweeping ambition – with vocals so urgent that it often feels like it is moved by compulsion rather than choice, with all the rawness of early Karen O, and influences as disparate as Charli XCX and The Cranberries. After receiving wide critical acclaim across the board, Every Bad was shortlisted as one of the Hyundai Mercury Prize’s albums of 2020.

Porridge Radio has scheduled international tour dates spanning July 2021 and June 2022. Please visit the band’s tour dates page for more info. https://porridgeradio.com/tour


Porridge Radio
“You Are A Runner And I Am My Father’s Son”
 b/w “New Slang”



Posted by Abbie Gobeli

NEWS : MON, JUL 26, 2021 at 7:00 AM

Watch Loma’s new, official video for “Going Out” available worldwide now on all DSPs from Sub Pop

Loma has delivered a bright new video for their performance of “Going Out,” a cover of Danish pop artist Dinner’s 2014 single. The visual, directed by and starring Loma’s Emily Cross, follows the singer on a gorgeous sunny day throughout the woods and meadows of southern coastal England, where going out is a new—and slightly nervous—prospect.
 
Loma’s Dan Duszynski says of the song, “Songs are like cats—sometimes they just pick you. Emily and I first heard “Going Out” while we were playing at a record store in Austin a few years ago. I went to the counter to ask who it was, and the album (Dinner’s Three EPs) is still in rotation at our home/studio. We couldn’t resist making our own version because it always cheers us up.  Who doesn’t need that right now?” 




Loma’s Don’t Shy Away, the group’s incredible and absorbing album from 2020, is available now on CD/LP/CS/DL worldwide through Sub Pop. The eleven-track effort, which features lyric videos for “Homing” and “Ocotillo” and official videos for “Half Silences,” “Don’t Shy Away,” “I Fix My Gaze,” and “Elliptical Days,” was produced and recorded by the band at Dandysounds in Dripping Strings, Texas—except for “Homing,” which was produced by Brian Eno.
 
Don’t Shy Away saw praise from international outlets like MOJOUncutBBC 6 MusicPitchfork, Rolling Stone, StereogumExclaimBandcampBrooklyn VeganUnder the RadarSydney Morning HeraldThe Line of Best FitRecord CollectorAll MusicDustedOur Culture, and more. Loma is currently at work on the follow-up to Don‘t Shy Away.



 
What people are saying about Loma’s Don’t Shy Away:
“Loma’s music unspools in vivid panoramas - sometimes downbeat and rainy, sometimes splashy and urgent, reminiscent of the mid-‘90s school of Bowery Electric post-rock. Yet the trio ensure all the glitches and layers (clarinet, brass, guitar) add bright pin-sharp accents not blurry textural flab, Cross’s voice glinting through ‘Blue Rainbow’s’ electro-cabaret judder or the Morphine-like rumble of ‘Ocotillo’.” ★★★★ MOJO
 
Don’t Shy Away is a stronger, fully realized collection than its predecessor, kicking off with the absorbing opening trio — “I Fix My Gaze,” “Ocotillo,” and “Half Silences,” each elevated by singer Emily Cross’ bewitching vocals — and never letting up from there.” [“The Best Albums of October 2020”] - Rolling Stone
 
“…Don’t Shy Away is an invitation. It honors the sacred space of uncertainty, acknowledging lingering darkness while trusting in the possibility that brighter, more brilliant worlds lie within reach.” - Pitchfork
 
“Atmospheric melodies…Cross’ otherworldly vocals blend to absorbing effect.” [8/10] -
Uncut
 
Don’t Shy Away is ultimately as gratifying as it is ambitious. Brian Eno was right: Loma are the real deal.” [8/10] -  Exclaim!
 
“For listeners who have a penchant for darker, glossier rock in the vein of Portishead, Jane Weaver, or even Radiohead, this is an essential listen.”  [8/10] - The Line Of Best Fit
 
Don’t Shy Away is an absolutely beautiful record – hypnotic, haunting, mysterious and comforting”  -  Brooklyn Vegan
 
“Fans longing for the return of Portishead will find solace in the grey-skied gloom of songs like “Thorn”, “Half Silences” or the pulsing “Given A Sign.” This is contrasted with the brightness shining through the stately instrumentation of “Elliptical Days” or the cycling synths of “Breaking Waves Like A Stone,” swelling in size towards its triumphant conclusion.”  [“Album of the Day”] - Bandcamp
 
To anyone enamored with the effortless elegance of Loma’s debut, some of Don’t Shy Away’s more adventurous and synth-heavy production may feel a little jarring. However, surrender to the album’s luscious sound design, emotive vocal performances and smart narrative arc and it can be just as intoxicating. As far as front-to-back album listening experiences go, it’s among the year’s best.” - Dusted
 
“Gorgeous, otherworldly music” [“Elliptical Days”] - Stereogum
 
“Don’t Shy Away is a spectacular album, a vivid record, which gently deals with the themes of loneliness, temporariness and finding light in absolute darkness.” - Music Letter
 
“Bigger in scope than the three piece’s self titled debut, Don’t Shy Away is on a whole other sonic level. It encourages us to not just exist in the spaces that we inhabit, but to find every possibility they could offer. As second records go, they don’t come much more mesmerically splendorous than this.”- Secret Meeting
 
“All in all, Don’t Shy Away is gracefully immersive, aesthetically ambitious and more than worth a listen.” - MXDWN
 
“There’s healthy disarray, there’s beauty, and there’s real poignant sadness but most of all there’s true humanity.” [8.5/10] - Still Listening
 
“Unfurling with a patient and solitary kind of splendour, their music is evocative but never perfunctory, brimming with textures that are vaporous yet vividly drawn. Don’t Shy Away distils those elements that were present in their debut to a more refined form, resulting in their most mesmerizing and rewarding effort yet.” ★★★★ - Our Culture
 
“In sound and narrative, indie supergroup Loma deliver an intelligent and emotive piece of post-modern cinema on their superb sophomore album, Don’t Shy Away.” - The Revue


Posted by Abbie Gobeli

NEWS : FRI, JUL 23, 2021 at 7:00 AM

The 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Mudhoney’s Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge is out now worldwide from Sub Pop

Today, Sub Pop will release the remastered and altogether deluxe 30th-anniversary edition of Mudhoney’s Every Good Boy Deserves Fudgethe Seattle group’s classic second full-length album. Originally released 30 years ago TO THE DAY, this expanded version includes the remastered original album in its entirety, as well as a 15-track bonus LP (or CD, your choice!) of additional material, with 7 previously unreleased songs The album also includes liner notes from Mudhoney biographer (Mudhoney: The Sound and the Fury from Seattle) and MOJO journalist Keith Cameron, as well as new cover art, archival band photos, and a full-color fold-out poster. The first run of LPs will be on colored vinyl.
 
Mudhoney has announced a 28-date UK & EU tour starting on September 7th, 2022 in Manchester, UK with shows in Bristol, London, Barcelona, Paris, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam, ending on Oct. 9th in Nijmegen, NL. See below for a full list of shows. 
 
UK & EU Tour Dates Fall 2022:
Wed. Sep. 07 - Manchester, UK - HMV- Ritz
Thu. Sep. 08 - Glasgow, UK - SWG3
Fri.  Sep. 09 - Nottingham, UK - Nottingham Rock City
Sat. Sep. 10 - London, UK - Electric Ballroom
Sun. Sep. 11 - Bristol, UK - O2 Academy Bristol
Mon. Sep. 12 - Brighton, UK  Concorde 2
Thu. Sep. 15 -  Barcelona, ES - Razmatazz 2
Fri. Sep. 16 - Benidorm, ES - Visor Festival
Sat. Sep. 17 - Seville, ES - Alhambra Monkey Day
Sun. Sep. 18 - Madrid , ES - Mon Live              
Tue. Sep. 20 - NIMES, FR - La Paloma
Wed. Sep. 21 - Clermont Ferrand, Fr - La Coopérative de Mai
Thu. Sep. 22 - Bordeaux, FR - Rock School Barbey
Fri. Sep. 23 - Joué-lès-Tours, FR - Le Temps Machine
Sat. Sep. 24 - Besançon, FR - Festival Détonation
Sun. Sep. 25 - Paris, FR - La Maroquinerie
Tue. Sep. 27 - Düsseldorf, DE - Zakk
Wed. Sep. 28 - Münster, DE - Gleis 22
Thu. Sep. 29 - Copenhagen, DK - Vega Club
Fri. Sep. 30 - Berlin, DE - Hole44
Sat. Oct. 01 - Amsterdam, NL - Paradiso Noord - Tolhuistuin
Sun. Oct. 02 - Leipzig, DE - UT Connewitz
Tue. Oct. 04 - Prague, CZ - Lucerna Music Bar
Wed. Oct. 05 - Ebensee, AT - Kino Ebensee
Thu. Oct. 06 - Bologna, IT - TPO - Teatro Polivalente Occupato
Fri. Oct. 07 - Fribourg, CH- Fri-Son
Sat. Oct. 08 - Leuven, BE - Het Depot
Sun. Oct. 09 0 - Nijmegen, NL - Doornroosje


Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge: Deluxe 30th Anniversary Edition is available now through Sub Pop. LP purchases from megamart.subpop.comselect independent retailers in North America the UK, and Europe will receive the first pressing of this release on light blue (LP1) and red (LP 2) vinyl.


Mudhoney
Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge:
30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

 
Tracklisting:
1. Generation Genocide
2. Let It Slide
3. Good Enough
4. Something So Clear
5. Thorn
6. Into the Drink
7. Broken Hands
8. Who You Drivin’ Now?
9. Move Out
10. Shoot the Moon
11. Fuzzgun ‘91
12. Pokin’ Around
13. Don’t Fade IV
14. Check-Out Time
15. March to Fuzz
16. Ounce of Deception
17. Paperback Life (alternate version)
18. Fuzzbuster
19. Bushpusher Man
20. Flowers for Industry
21. Thorn (1st attempt)
22. Overblown
23. March From Fuzz
24. You’re Gone
25. Something So Clear (24-track demo)
26. Bushpusher Man (24-track demo)
27. Pokin’ Around (24-track demo)
28. Check-Out Time (24-track demo)
29. Generation Genocide (24-track demo)


Posted by Abbie Gobeli