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  • Primus and the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble
    Item #: AT47COMBO
    The idea was to combine the Frog Brigade and Primus, and do this record,’ says Claypool. I think like a good portion of the planet, we were all pretty put off by the remake of the ‘Willy Wonka’ movie – the Tim Burton version. I really wanted to pay homage to a film [1971's 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,' starring Gene Wilder] that was very important to me as a kid and very influential to me musically. So that’s what we did. And as opposed to just going in and recording the songs and playing them the way they are in the film, we twisted them up a bit…twisted them up a lot.
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  • Stars – No One is Lost
    Item #: AT48COMBO
    STARS recorded ‘No One Is Lost’ at Montreal’s Mile End Studios, the former home of Handsome Furs (and the site of Arcade Fire’s first rehearsals). Mile End became a home away from home. Creeping into the sound of the new record was the music from the now-defunct discotheque Royal Phoenix located downstairs. The result is STARS’ most dance-floor-ready album to date. Drummer Pat McGee explains, “The sub-bass throb coming from the club below our studio was undeniably and unavoidably influential. It motivated us to out-throb the throb.”
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  • Fly Golden Eagle - Quartz Bijou
    Item #: AT49COMBO
    Track List
    1. You Look Good to Me
    2. Horse’s Mouth
    3. Stepping Stone
    4. Magic Steven
    5. Monolith
    6. Tangible Intangible
    7. The Slider
    8. Heady Ways
    9. Medicine Hat
    10. Boychild Ghost
    11. Tehuacana
    12. Death Myth

    • $19.99
  • SOJA - Amid the Noise and Haste
    Item #: AT51COMBO
    Amid the Noise and Haste features special guests Michael Franti, Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, J Boog, Collie Buddz and more.

    • $19.99
  • Old Crow Medicine Show - Remedy
    Item #: AT52COMBO
    Heavily celebrated Grammy Award winning band Old Crow Medicine Show have release their new record Remedy via ATO Records. Ten years after the massive success of folk anthem “Wagon Wheel”, which started as a track on a Bob Dylan work tape later finished by fiddler/band leader Ketch Secor, Remedy features a new Dylan/Old Crow penned collaboration on the new track “Sweet Amarillo” one of the album’s many highlights. Remedy also features the return of producer Ted Hutt (Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, Gaslight Anthem), who produced 2012’s highly praised Carry Me Back.

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    • $21.99
  • Rodrigo Y Gabriela - 9 Dead Alive
    Item #: AT53COMBO
    Track List:
    1. The Soundmaker
    2. Torito
    3. Sunday Neurosis
    4. Misty Moses
    5. Somnium
    6. Fram
    7. Megalopolis
    8. The Russian Messenger
    9. La salle des pas perdus
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  • Old 97s - Most Messed Up
    Item #: AT54COMBO
    Most Messed Up is a revealing, 12-track meditation on 20 years in music that finds the Old 97's at their raucous, boozy best. It’s “a rock opera, a way-off Broadway musical about a musician’s life, loves and lubrication,” says music critic Bill Flanagan. Recorded in Austin and produced by Salim Nourallah, Most Messed Up also features guest appearances by Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Guns N’ Roses) and Jon Rauhouse (Neko Case) on lap-steel.

    Titles like “Wasted,” “Intervention,” “Wheels Off,” “Let’s Get Drunk & Get It On,” and “Most Messed Up” hint at the kind of narrators frontman Rhett Miller likes to inhabit — men who possess an appetite for indulgence and won’t let a few bad decisions get in the way of a good story. The magic in Miller’s songwriting lies in the depth that he lends his characters. Upon closer inspection, the hard partying and endless pursuit of a good time often reveals itself to be a Band-Aid covering up deeper wounds and emotional scars. “There’s a lot of darkness hidden in this record,” Miller explains.
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  • Jessica Lee Mayfield - Make My Head Sing...
    Item #: AT55COMBO
    Make My Head Sing… was co-produced by Mayfield and her collaborator, bassist and husband Jesse Newport and was recorded at Nashville’s Club Roar studio. Of the new music Mayfield comments, “The whole record is just me and Jesse and my drummer Matt Martin. I think a lot of my favorite bands are guitar, bass and drums. I wanted to simplify things. Bands are so big these days, I wanted to get in the studio and make a rock record and hear real guitar tones and something heavy.” Make My Head Sing… follows Mayfield’s 2011 release, Tell Me, which was produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach and was described by Rolling Stone, which named her an Artist to Watch, as “a disarming collision of stark country balladry, dynamic alternative rock and arty electronic pop.”

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    • $19.99
  • Kaiser Chiefs - Education, Education, Education & War
    Item #: AT56COMBO
    Education, Education, Education & War was recorded in Atlanta with producer Ben H. Allen III (Gnarls Barkley, Animal Collective, Deerhunter) and mixed at Electric Lady Studios by Michael Brauer (My Morning Jacket, Coldplay).

    Track list
    1. The Factory Gates
    2. Coming Home
    3. Misery Company
    4. Ruffians On Parade
    5. Meanwhile Up In Heave
    6. One More Last Song
    7. My Life
    8. Bows & Arrows
    9. Cannons
    10. Roses
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  • The Belle Brigade - Just Because
    Item #: AT57COMBO
    The Belle Brigade recorded their new album 'Just Because' with engineer/co-producer Shawn Everett. Bram Inscore and Blake Mills, who also performed on the band’s debut album, joined them in the studio and they once again enlisted the mastering talents of the legendary Bob Ludwig.
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  • Bob Dylan in the 80s: Volume One
    Item #: AT58COMBO
    The brainchild of producers Jesse Lauter (Elvis Perkins, The Low Anthem) and Sean O’Brien (Dawes, PAPA), the mission of Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One is to shed new light on a large cache of Bob Dylan songs that have long gone ignored, covering the period starting with 1980’s Saved and ending with 1990’s Under The Red Sky (including unreleased material -- the “80s Basement Tapes” -- and The Traveling Wilburys). This collection includes liner notes written by Jonathan Lethem (Motherless Brooklyn, Fortress of Solitude).

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    • $19.99
  • Mike Gordon - Overstep
    Item #: AT59COMBO
    Overstep is Mike Gordon's fourth solo studio album, following Moss, The Green Sparrow, and Inside In.

    Gordon and Scott Murawski penned the songs for Overstep during a series of writing retreats in New England. He turned over the producing reins to Paul Q. Kolderie (Radiohead, Uncle Tupelo, Pixies) and invited a few new players into the studio, including legendary drummer Matt Chamberlain (Jon Brion, Fiona Apple).

    "Yarmouth Road," the infectious, reggae-inspired number is already familiar to Phish fans after its debut (along with "Say Something") on the band's Summer 2013 tour. Distant industrial noise gradually gives way to lush guitars and welcoming vocal harmonies in "Ether," the album opener (listen to the track here), while "Jumping" is a rhythmic puzzle box, detailing a series of thoughts that take place in a fleeting 1.5 seconds.

    Many of these songs promise huge payoffs in a live environment, most notably two plunging grooves that seem capable of bringing a house down. "Tiny Little World" opens with a polite reverie about a fetching woman in a coffee shop, but morphs quickly into pulsing boogie as the narrator is carried away by desire and bravado. Debauched exhortations to dance surface again in "Face," which chugs along atop Chamberlain's simple but undeniable pocket.

    The songs on Overstep also speak to Gordon's evolving ability to develop three- dimensional characters, and to speak more directly to the truth of their condition. He hasn't lost his appetite for metaphor, and he still leaves plenty of room for interpretation, but listeners may find themselves recognizing the human portraits in songs like "Say Something" and "Paint" in a way they haven't in Gordon's previous albums. Still, happily, Gordon embraces absurdity as he always has - conceptually, lyrically, and musically.
    • $21.00
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