In advance of the street date next Tuesday (2/17), Greenville, SC's Wasted Wine have shared the full stream of their newest effort Wasted Wine vs the Hypnosis Center. In addition to the digital release, the album will be available on limited edition cassette via Atlanta micro label Bear Kids Recordings. You can preorder your copy HERE and stream the album via The Big Takeover.
From the highly curatorial mind that has brought you musical releases from the likes of Xiu Xiu, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Haley Bonar, Hospital Ships, Dosh, Whirr, Serengeti, Jason Molina, and many more for the last 10+ years under the Graveface Records imprint, today announces a new member of the family: Terror Vision Records & Video.
The are three components to this new venture and they are as follows:
1. Release obscure movie soundtracks on vinyl (horror/sci-fi/oddball)
2. Release films on VHS - both new and classics (horror/sci-fi/oddball)
3. VHS rental shop located within Graveface Records & Curiosities in Savannah, GA
The first four vinyl releases will be:
T.V.001 "Not of this Earth" OST by Chuck Cirino ('88)
T.V.002 "555" OST by Frankie 'Hollywood' Rodriguez ('88)
T.V.003 "From a Whisper to a Scream (The Offspring)" OST by Jim Manzie ('87)
T.V.004 "Killing Spree" OST by Perry Monroe ('87)
Subscriptions, similar to the Graveface Record Club, include members-only vinyl colors, lathe cut 7", exclusive tee, slipmat, discounts at our online store for distributed titles, and more. The subscription is extremely limited. For more information or to join now, visit HERE.
On the heels of their success with 2014's Sway LP (Graveface Records), the Bay Area formed quintet Whirr have announced a string of US tour dates this April. They'll be joined on the road by Adventures, Wildhoney, and Wild Moth.
Today, Entertainment Weekly debuted a "luxuriously verdant" new video for "I See You Tiger" off Via Tania's upcoming LP Via Tania and the Tomorrow Music Orchestra. The album is out February 24 via Narooma Records.
"...Via Tania and the Tomorrow Music Orchestra, takes a slightly different tack, pairing her with a group of orchestral musicians who provide her compositions with both a substantial amount of sonic heft and a retro sensibility that she seems to enjoy tweaking in a good-natured, Bjork-like way." - Miles Raymer // EW.com
"The darkly romantic cabaret of Wasted Wine's 'Fall Upon Me' is perfectly captured in its music video, an opaque depiction of deception and intrigue," says PopMatters of another beautiful video from SC's Wasted Wine. They went on to say, "Wasted Wine’s minor key-centric songwriting is lush and enveloping, with the ability to fog one’s mind in shadows." Check out the video below or where it premiered with PopMatters.
Last Tuesday night was a special one in Savannah, with Ex Hex and King Tuff coming through town to play a sold out show at Hang Fire Bar. Local favorites Creepoid opened up the night, and photographer Petee Worrell was there to capture the moment.