Transference is out today, watch Ural Thomas and the Pain in the studio!

The Transference LP compilation is out today! Featuring ten songs from the public domain recreated by ten artists from various genres, the album blows the proverbial dust off of classic songs and brings them back to life in a new light. It's available through Marmoset's Bandcamp

Ural Thomas and the Pain contributed their rendition of "Hot Time in the Old Town" and below you can check out a behind the scenes video of the band in the studio laying down the track. 

KEXP streams Transference in full

The beautiful Transference compilation LP from Marmoset is streaming in full at KEXP before it's release this Friday! Don't sleep on this gem of reimagined songs from the public domain, with contributions from artists such as Dear Nora, The Helio Sequence, Patternist, and Ural Thomas & the Pain. Check out the stream HERE and preorder the album HERE

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Stereogum shares "Where the Morning Glories Grow"

The love for Marmoset's Transference LP keeps rolling in! The FADER dropped a premiere for Dear Nora's cover of the 100 year old standard "Where the Morning Glories Grow" on Monday, and Stereogum hopped on to share the song yesterday, saying "Dear Nora’s version is rolling and plaintive and powerfully pretty, much like the landscapes the song itself describes." The 10 song album is out December 1. 

FADER premieres new Dear Nora song for Transference LP

Portland label Marmoset has been slowly releasing songs from their December 1 Transference LP over the past several weeks, and today we have the contribution from Dear Nora, which premiered yesterday at FADER. "True to form, it's a little bit sweet and a little bit heartbreaking," they said of the 100 year old song. Listen below and preorder the album here

Ural Thomas shares new song for Transference LP at Paste

Ural Thomas is a soul singer from Portland, OR who used to kick it with the likes of Otis Redding and James Brown. While Thomas ultimately didn't see the same massive success, he's still well known for his soulful pipes in certain circles in the Northeast. Paste Magazine was kind enough to share a new song from Ural Thomas and the Pain, one that was recreated from it's original release in 1896 for the Transference LP due out December 1 on Marmoset. Preorder is available here.