RIYL: The Album Leaf, The Six Parts Seven, Tristeza
Label: Spartan Records
There was a really interesting period of post-rock in the early to mid 2000s when bands, influenced by a myriad of different genres, expanded their horizons beyond the guitar and tread into electronic realms. Â Groups like The Album Leaf, Her Space Holiday and Oakland’s Tristeza took instrumental music to new heights, catapulting unlikely heroes like The Postal Service into stadiums. Â Square Peg Round Hole brings that era into 2016. Â If you were the guy turning your friends ontoÂ Telefon Tel Aviv or The Six Parts Seven a decade ago, your next album purchase sits before you.
Spartan Records has 3 variants for your perusal. Â The most readily available oneÂ is pictured above, limited to 250. Â There’s also a ‘brown & bronze swirl with bone haze’ limited to 150 and a beer colorway limited to just 100. Â Check out Square Peg Round Hole’s first single below and grab your favorite variant before there ain’t no mo’.
First pressing limited to 500 copies:
â€˘ "Melodica" (Black in Clear with White and Bronze Splatter) (250)
â€˘ "Resonator" (Brown/Bronze Swirl with Bone Haze) (150)
â€˘ "Rhodesâ€ť (Beer) (100)
Full color gatefold jacket printed on reverseboard stock with black dust jackets.
This is a pre-order. All pre-orders include an instant download of the song "A-Frame" and a high-quality download of Juniper on March 25th.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive