So another Record Store Day has passed, and you‚Äôre starting to feel a mild case of post-record-store-day depression setting in. It‚Äôs okay, it‚Äôs a common ailment. We all feel it; stumbling around aimlessly, searching for more limited vinyl to fill the void. I don‚Äôt know a cure, but I know what takes the edge off: MORE LIMITED VINYL. Hey I never claimed to be a doctor.
This offering fits several of my personal ‚Äúmust buy‚ÄĚ criteria: extremely limited quantities, colored wax, hand numbered and signed. Oh, yeah: the music is great too. Heavy, sludgy psychedelic beauty executed by a female foursome from Brooklyn, NY. Give it a listen and see why Spin describes A Constant Sea as ‚Äú12 tracks of stoner rock madness ‚ÄĒ all fuzz freakouts, bluesy droning, and existential introspection.‚ÄĚ
This is a limited edition of 50 on colored vinyl that will be hand-numbered and signed by the band.
Includes immediate download of 9-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
shipping out on or around 13 May 2014
edition of 50
2014 VINYL RELEASE BY GOODNIGHT RECORDS! Features previously unreleased title track, "A Constant Sea" as well as updated album art.
‚ÄúNumsuwankijkul fronts the Brooklyn-based psychedelic rock quartet, and on A Constant Sea, Heliotropes‚Äô debut album, she shows that she can slink around a melody like PJ Harvey, yowl like Courtney Love in her best of times and pose as a softer-sided folk singer.‚ÄĚ - PASTE
‚ÄúTheir debut LP A Constant Sea carries the weight of a psychological horror film, a slow, oppressive haunting that occasionally explodes into poltergeist terror.‚ÄĚ - Consequence of Sound
Nya Abudu - bass
Cici Harrison - drums
Amber Myers - vocals, percussion
Jessica Numsuwankijkul - vocals, guitar, mandolin, piano
Listen on Spotify
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive