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Midnight Shift Demos
Cat: ERC 111. Rel: 09 Nov 20
  1. Here Comes Love (demo)
  2. Mr Zak (demo)
Review: Continuing the label's special 7"s releases that capture the nascent 80s post punk, dub, funk and pop - as examined on releases by The Jellies, Woo, Phantom Band, 4AM and more - here a discovery of unheard demos from Dislocation Dance's Midnight Shift album.
As part of the eighties Manchester scene, the band's pop and jazz sensibilities have continued to garner attention, offering a rightful place in the city's rich music history.
With the closure of Richard Boon's New Hormones label in 1982, they came to the attention of Geoff Travis' Rough Trade. Creating a home studio in the basement of an old rambling farmhouse in Withington, Ian Runacres (guitar, vocals), with lyricist Paul Emmerson (bass), set to work creating demos to garner a deal.
Inspired by the funk-disco of Dr Buzzards Original Savannah Band debut album, Here Comes Love was written using Roland TR-606 drum machine, guitars, bass and (cheap) keyboard, its magical and lo-fi charmed quality melts hearts.
On Mr Zak, the fun Runacres had is evident. Written as an "indie" song, but with Aztec Camera and Burt Bacharrach on his mind, with Andy Diagram (trumpet) and Kathryn Way (vocals), hides a structure matching the album version, but which in its rudimentary instrumentation and production is unique and outshines the later version, to encase a specific period and innocence, of time.




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A Frame For A Day In Your Life
A Frame For A Day In Your Life (180 gram white/black/gold marble vinyl LP limited to 75 copies)
Cat: POST 019.
  1. In A Square Box
  2. All That Remains Beyond
  3. What You See
  4. What You Say
  5. What You've Done
  6. All Of Your Beliefs
  7. A Quite Place
  8. Between
  9. Sands
Review: A 'Frame for a Day in Your Life' is a reflection about how things often are not what they seem, and how we shape these moments to fit our needs and expectations.
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Lofi Dimensions 2
Lofi Dimensions 2 (180 gram vinyl LP limited to 100 copies)
Cat: POST 020.
  1. Far Away Message
  2. Atlantis
  3. Vintage Photos On My Table
  4. Cocoa Beach
  5. My Morning
  6. Wake Up High
  7. Stumbling (intro)
  8. Blue Sunglasses
  9. In Flight, Speeding Forward
  10. Honey
  11. Mi Perro
  12. Urban Adventure
  13. Chilly Afternoon
  14. Lies & Lies
  15. I Asked & You Smiled
  16. Emerald Portal
  17. Night Living
  18. Petit Dancer
  19. Canoa Bordada
  20. Pharoah
  21. Floating On A River
Review: Traditionally the liner notes of an album take on a kind of third-party address, where a writer is delivering their thoughts about how an album makes them feel without breaching that space where they are representing themselves or the moment in time directly to the reader. The goal is typically a kind of timelessness, but as we live in unprecedented times, unconventional methods take on new life, and hopefully importance. In the spirit of that idea... man, is this the kind of album we all need right now. So many of us feel like we're constantly walking a tightrope, are feeling like we can't unwind, are in genuine need of a few moments of respite. Every so often an album emerges from an artist that most likely did not realize when they were composing how timely the results would be, and Lofi Dimensions is exactly that kind of record. It doesn't really matter why it's coming when it is, what's important is that it's here, offering peace to the perturbed and inspiration for the downcast. The American Dollar have long been one of those artists operating in a kind of middle ground, a band with a long history of creating moving instrumental rock that has somehow avoided ever becoming synonymous with modern American post-rock acts. They retain a sort of autonomy in a valued position just outside the boundaries of classification. Blending electronic textures with moving guitar and keyboard melodies, their music has always traveled somewhere in the spaces between trip-hop, electronic, post-rock and ambient, and this inability to be defined is ultimately what sets them apart from the trappings of genre, allowing them to be whatever they want The American Dollar to be in a given moment, always on their terms.
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Lofi Dimensions
Lofi Dimensions (180 gram orange & turqouise splattered vinyl LP limited to 150 copies)
Cat: POST 014ORANGE/TURQOUISE.
  1. Under A Warm Rain
  2. Moms
  3. Potted Plants
  4. Simple Bliss
  5. Retreat
  6. Ever Last
  7. Short Walk Through Memories
  8. Hound Dog
  9. Ride With You
  10. Can't Hurt Me
  11. Rolling Fields
  12. Alien Afternoon
  13. Standing In The Sun
  14. A New Hope
Review: Traditionally the liner notes of an album take on a kind of third-party address, where a writer is delivering their thoughts about how an album makes them feel without breaching that space where they are representing themselves or the moment in time directly to the reader. The goal is typically a kind of timelessness, but as we live in unprecedented times, unconventional methods take on new life, and hopefully importance. In the spirit of that idea... man, is this the kind of album we all need right now. So many of us feel like we're constantly walking a tightrope, are feeling like we can't unwind, are in genuine need of a few moments of respite. Every so often an album emerges from an artist that most likely did not realize when they were composing how timely the results would be, and Lofi Dimensions is exactly that kind of record. It doesn't really matter why it's coming when it is, what's important is that it's here, offering peace to the perturbed and inspiration for the downcast. The American Dollar have long been one of those artists operating in a kind of middle ground, a band with a long history of creating moving instrumental rock that has somehow avoided ever becoming synonymous with modern American post-rock acts. They retain a sort of autonomy in a valued position just outside the boundaries of classification. Blending electronic textures with moving guitar and keyboard melodies, their music has always traveled somewhere in the spaces between trip-hop, electronic, post-rock and ambient, and this inability to be defined is ultimately what sets them apart from the trappings of genre, allowing them to be whatever they want The American Dollar to be in a given moment, always on their terms.
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Cavum Reimagined
Cavum Reimagined (gatefold 180 gram clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: POST 021.
  1. Escape
  2. Dissolution
  3. Dying Light
  4. Black Prayer
  5. Solace
  6. Coda
Review: Cavum Reimagined by Pillars is an extended repress of Cavum and comes on 180g double ultra clear vinyl in gatefold cover with embossing and debossing effect on front and back. This repress includes the original album on side A and B and remixes on side C and D. Limited to 350 copies.
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coming soon $35.60
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Stella Mori
Stella Mori (turqoiuse marbled & gold splattered vinyl LP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: POST 015.
  1. Orsus
  2. In Tenebris
  3. Ad Caelum
  4. Broken Crowns
  5. Oblivion
  6. Burden Of Memory
  7. Rise + Fall
  8. Stella Mori
Review: When one considers the American post-rock bands that emerged at the outset of what would become the modern era of the genre, the moment when a once fringe experimental form transitioned into a recognized faction of contemporary alternative music, there are only several still active today. Salt Lake City's I Hear Sirens are a member of that circle, having released their debut EP in 2007, followed by two LPs including 2013's Between Consciousness and Sleep, an album that has achieved a place of high regard with fans. However, the moment of their greatest acclaim has since stood as their culminating statement. But now their highly anticipated new record Stella Mori marks the continuation of their inspired exploration into instrumental music and its power to foster emotional release, invite reflection, reward vulnerability, and become the artistic abstraction of a limitless number of interpretations for each individual listener.
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Lofi Dimensions
Lofi Dimensions (180 gram white & pink splattered vinyl LP limited to 150 copies)
Cat: POST 014WHITE/PINK.
  1. Under A Warm Rain
  2. Moms
  3. Potted Plants
  4. Simple Bliss
  5. Retreat
  6. Ever Last
  7. Short Walk Through Memories
  8. Hound Dog
  9. Ride With You
  10. Can't Hurt Me
  11. Rolling Fields
  12. Alien Afternoon
  13. Standing In The Sun
  14. A New Hope
Review: Traditionally the liner notes of an album take on a kind of third-party address, where a writer is delivering their thoughts about how an album makes them feel without breaching that space where they are representing themselves or the moment in time directly to the reader. The goal is typically a kind of timelessness, but as we live in unprecedented times, unconventional methods take on new life, and hopefully importance. In the spirit of that idea... man, is this the kind of album we all need right now. So many of us feel like we're constantly walking a tightrope, are feeling like we can't unwind, are in genuine need of a few moments of respite. Every so often an album emerges from an artist that most likely did not realize when they were composing how timely the results would be, and Lofi Dimensions is exactly that kind of record. It doesn't really matter why it's coming when it is, what's important is that it's here, offering peace to the perturbed and inspiration for the downcast. The American Dollar have long been one of those artists operating in a kind of middle ground, a band with a long history of creating moving instrumental rock that has somehow avoided ever becoming synonymous with modern American post-rock acts. They retain a sort of autonomy in a valued position just outside the boundaries of classification. Blending electronic textures with moving guitar and keyboard melodies, their music has always traveled somewhere in the spaces between trip-hop, electronic, post-rock and ambient, and this inability to be defined is ultimately what sets them apart from the trappings of genre, allowing them to be whatever they want The American Dollar to be in a given moment, always on their terms.
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