1. THIS SITE IS NO LONGER! GO TO GRAVESENDRECORDINGS.COM

     
  2. We recorded this!

     
  3. Palehound - Pet Carrot

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    "The minimal-yet-intoxicating ditty "Pet Carrot", is proof that with a few strong influences (Liz Phair, Elliott Smith and Kim Deal) a friend/mentor in Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis, and a congenital knack for melody all her own, Kempner hardly needs to start from scratch. Recorded by Carlos Hernandez and Julian Fader of avant-punk R&B outfit Ava Luna at Gravesend Recordings, the studio run by Brooklyn DIY venue/co-op Silent Barn, as part of the forthcoming debut Palehound EP Bent Nail (out October 22 via Exploding in Sound), "Pet Carrot" is a cartwheel in slow-mo about emotional connection (or lack thereof) that finds Kempner exercising an artful level of restraint."
    - Pitchfork

     
  4. Moondudes - Antelope

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  5. Krill - Purity of Heart

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    "Did you ever try/ To just think one thought?" Jonah Furman wonders in his adenoidal tone, which races around the lurching time signatures tracked out by Krill’s plundering bass and squawking, acrid guitar. As it reaches its end, Furman yanks on every line’s final word with a manic drawl that suggests a man sprinting between walls to bash his head against them; fittingly, the cacophony means you’ve really gotta focus to get the message.
    - Pitchfork

     
  6. Yeah Well, Whatever - Home

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    with Kim Sielbeck on bass and Carlos filling in for Vanessa on drums cause she was sick

     
  7. Hannah Ch’oe - Hot To Death

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    Hannah Ch’oe is Greem Jellyfish. She covered a Scout Niblett song on her first album as Hannah Ch’oe. Carlos plays guitar and drums

     
  8. Krill - Never A Joke

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    "…marked by a knack for solid songwriting, deconstructed melodies, intricate guitar work, and the urgency of Jonah Furman’s vocals which sound simultaneously youthful and jaded. “Never A Joke” is the first single from their second LP, Lucky Leaves, recorded on February 1st of this year with Carlos Hernandez and Julian Fader (both of Ava Luna) at the Silent Barn in Brooklyn."

    - Stereogum

     
  9. 17:30 12th Feb 2013

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    Eula - I Collapse

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    "I Collapse," brings the band’s sound further out of its earlier, PJ Harvey-meets-Poly Styrene spasticity and steers into more forbidding, bluesy territory, reminiscent of Fever To Tell-era Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

    - Pitchfork

     
  10. Carnivores - Black Canvas

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