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Misra Record Store Day 2014 • Misra 15th Anniversary Comp Feat. Phosphorescent, R. Ring, More • Torres b/w Motel Beds with Kelley Deal
MISRA RECORD STORE DAY 2014
Offering 1. 15th Anniversary LP Comp Feat. Phosphorescent, R. Ring (Kelley Deal), Shearwater, & More
Offering 2. TORRES b/w Motel Beds with Kelley Deal Split 45
Misra Records 15 Years: Adventures in Obstinacy
15th Anniversary LP Compilation (MSR075)
Record Store Day • April 19, 2014
1. R. Ring (Kelley Deal) “Fallout & Fire” [listen]
2. Shearwater “Whipping Boy”
3. Crooks On Tape (Mem: Enon, Brainiac) “If Feelings Mean a Thing” [listen/watch]
4. Motel Beds “Smoke Your Homework”
5. Summer Hymns “Beginning to See”
6. Centro-matic “Triggers & Trash Heaps”
7. Sleeping States “Rivers”
8. Phosphorescent “I am a Full Grown Man (I Will Lay in the Grass All Day)
9. Southeast Engine “Adeline of the Appalachian Mountains”
10. Holopaw “Discotheque”
11. Emily Rodgers “Bright Day”
12. The Mendoza Line “Triple Bill of Shame”
Pressed on high-quality vinyl in The Netherlands • Download Included
TORRES b/w Motel Beds with Kelley Deal
“The Harshest Light” b/w “Tropics of the Sand”
Record Store Day • April 19, 2014
Pressed on high-quality vinyl in The Netherlands
Misra is thankful for a wonderful 2013! It was filled with debuts, charity releases, new albums, LPs, CDs, Cassettes, and more!
CROOKS ON TAPE Fingerprint (MSR073): COT is the new band of John Schmersal (Enon, Brainiac, Caribou, Vertical Scratchers, etc.) + Rick Lee (Enon). Fingerprint is their debut effort. Released: 10/22/13 (CD/digi) + 11/05/13 (LP/Tape)
SPINERIDERS Hello Future Tinglies (MSR070): Jason Molina’s old band. All proceeds to Musicians Emergency Medical Association. Released: 10/24/13.
SLEEPING STATES / HOLOPAW LGBT Pride Release: Two EPs from two openly gay frontmen. Paw’s side = Califone Remix. 45 RPM 12″ on pink vinyl. Portion of proceeds to Point Foundation.
(((Holopaw: SPIN premiere)))
PHOSPHORESCENT Aw Come Aw Wry: LP reissue of Phossy’s 2005 album on heavyweight vinyl with slighly altered cover. Fun! Released: Record Store Day 2013.
HOLOPAW Academy Songs, Volume I: In addition to Holopaw, frontman John Orth was also one half of Ugly Casanova alongside Modest Mouse’s Isaac Brock. This is Holopaw’s finest album to date. Released: 01/15/13.
Be on the lookout for releases from The Paranoid Style, Motel Beds, Shearwater, Dignan Porch, and more!
Phosphorescent frontman Matthew Houck has been touring the world, playing late night TV, and selling thousands of records. It’s a wildly exciting time for Phossy.
Along with a full download of the album, Houck and Misra decided to include live recordings with Phos’ Record Store Day reissue download of Aw Come Aw Wry. This was before things started to become insanely busy for the band (he’s opening for Robert Plant… Oh, Holy Night!)
Phos’ full album is included with the download card on the RSD reissue, however, understandably, Matthew had a hard time gathering the live recordings and wasn’t able to get them in on time. In addition, he’s reassembling his studio and says “he hasn’t forgotten.” So, they’ll be here. Thanks for your understanding, your patience and your support of both Phos and Misra. We can’t do this without you.
SHOWS • Centro-matic, Jerry David DeCicca (Black Swans), Monahans, Phosphorescent, Will Johnson, Adam Remnant (Southeast Engine), Emily Rodgers, Shearwater
Lot of Misra shows on the horizon. Offerings from Centro-matic, Jerry David DeCicca (Black Swans), Monahans, Phosphorescent, Will Johnson, Adam Remnant (Southeast Engine), Emily Rodgers, and Shearwater. Dig the atmospheres via the Misra Tour page.
Thank you so much for supporting independent music! We can’t do this without you.
As it is, Matthew Houck — the wonderful & talented frontman for Phosphorescent — got caught up in the band’s recent swarm of road dates and was unable to get the special live recordings to Misra in time for Record Store Day. The live recordings were going to be on the download card alongside a full-download of the album. We are truly sorry about the setback and both Matthew and Misra plan to remedy the situation. Please check back soon.
Again, we are very sorry about this situation and working on a remedy now. Thanks so much for your support of Phossy and Misra! It means so much to us all.
Pitchfork Gives Phosphorescent 8.8 “Best New Music” Rating • Misra Reissuing Phos Title for Record Store Day 2013
Phosphorescent received an 8.8 “Best New Music” rating via Pitchfork for their phenomenal new Muchacho LP today – out 3/19 via the fantastic Dead Oceans imprint. This is great news.
Misra is reissuing the label’s Phos title – Aw Come Aw Wry – on Record Store Day 2013 (April 20). It’s a fabulous collection of songs circa 2005. This will be a unique pressing with a slightly updated jacket and a download which includes the full album + rare live recordings of ACAW songs. The pressing was done by the fine folks at Furnace Manufacturing and sounds tremendous. Furnace’s work is done with great time and care.
Phosphorescent Interviews via Pitchfork & Line of Best Fit • Misra Reissue of Phos Title for Record Store Day 2013
Phosphorescent frontman Matthew Houck is a warmhearted, candid fellow. Houck recently did interviews for Pitchfork and Line of Best Fit in anticipation of his forthcoming Muchacho full-length – out March 19 via the fantastic Dead Oceans imprint. These interviews are two in a long line of recent press, including a spot on NPR’s First Listen and leadoff single “Song for Zula” receiving Best New Track via Pitchfork.
Shortly after the new album’s release, Misra will reissue the label’s Phos title – Aw Come Aw Wry – on Record Store Day 2013 (April 20). It’s a fabulous collection of songs circa 2005. This will be a unique pressing with a slightly updated jacket and a download which includes the full album + rare live recordings of ACAW songs. The pressing was done by the fine folks at Furnace Manufacturing and sounds tremendous. Their work is done with great time and care.
A special Record Store Day 2013 (April 20) LP reissue of Phosphorescent’s phenomenal Aw Come Aw Wry is on the horizon via Misra. Head here to hear “I Am a Full Grown Man (I Will Lay in the Grass All Day)” off Aw Come Aw Wry and read about the special reissue below.
Phosphorescent have played on the Late Show with David Letterman, at Willie Nelson’s Farm Aid, and toured internationally numerous times. Misra’s special Record Store Day (April 20) LP reissue of Phos’ 2005 favorite Aw Come Aw Wry will be released on the heels of their brand new Muchacho full-length – out 3/19 on the fantastic Dead Oceans imprint.
- Special Record Store Day LP reissue includes a download with full-album and never-before-released live songs
- Album cover has been slightly tweaked for this release (above).
- Phosphorescent will tour heavily around the world in 2013.
Album Track List:
1. Not a Heel
2. Aw Come Aw Wry #5
3. Joe Tex, These Taming Blues
4. Aw Come Aw Wry #6
5. I Am a Full Grown Man (I Will Lay in the Grass All Day)
6. Dead Heart
7. Aw Come Aw Wry #3
8. South (of America)
9. Lost Name
10. Endless Pt. 1
11. Endless Pt. 2
12. Nowhere Rd., Georgia, Feb. 21, 2005
*Download includes never-before-heard live recordings
In 2005 Phosphorescent released the phenomenal Aw Come Aw Wry on Misra Records. Since then, they’ve released more amazing albums, performed on David Letterman, played Willie Nelson’s Farm Aid, etc. SPIN recently spoke with frontman Matthew Houck about Phossy’s forthcoming record. You can purchase Aw Come Aw Wry at the Misra Store at a discounted price for the holidays.
Phosphorescent recently played Pickathon 2012 out in Happy Valley, OR. The wonderful folks at KEXP filmed frontman Matthew Houck performing Randy Newman’s “Days of Heaven” live in the Pendarvis House on the grounds of the festival. Oh, do listen here.