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New Releases - July 20

Ty Segall & White Fence - Joy (Drag City)

Ty Segall and White Fence are AS ONE again. Six years after their fun favorite "Hair" collaboration, and jeez, almost 4 years after Ty produced the last White Fence record "For the Recently Found Innocent", they're back at it. But the second time around, it's no Hair 2 - Joy is its own reward. Tim Presley and Ty take it up a notch, with 15 wild tracks that share space in a effortless fashion, dispersing doses of the fabled vintage obsessions, but threading them together instead with their own sound of today.

Fresh Kill - s/t [tape] (1212)

Buy local music! The result of vocalist/guitarist Jess Mann and vocalist/drummer Emma Johnson's respective backgrounds in music production and songwriting, Fresh Kill is "sometimes sweet, sometimes sad, often angry." Their diverse influences create a distinctly cohesive package. Fresh Kill's prolific batch of songs embody a world of paradoxes- playful but firm, sonorous yet equally subtle, and empowering in their vulnerability.

Punch Brothers - All Ashore (Nonesuch)

Punch Brothers return with All Ashore, their first album since 2015's The Phosphorescent Blues. The band wrote all nine songs on the album, which they self-produced and recorded in Los Angeles. "It's a meditation on committed relationships in the present day," says Chris Thile, "particularly in the present climate."

Luluc - Sculptor (Sub Pop)

"Me and Jasper," is a confident challenge to small-town insularity, lilting yet vigilant, and championed by a defiant guitar solo from the band's friend J Mascis. It's a reflection on a common pitfall of adolescence: limitless possibility battling constant obstruction. When NPR's Bob Boilen named 2014's Passerby his album of the year, he wrote: "I've listened to this record by Australia's Luluc more than any other this year. These songs feel like they've always been." That everyone has control of their own story is at the core of Sculptor. For Hassett, it's illuminated by the last line of the album: "The most beautiful, serene sculpture my hands could make, could trace, could break."

The Internet - Hive Mind (Columbia)

The follow up to the critically acclaimed & Grammy nominated album Ego Death. With this new album, they present enormous growth in their creative chemistry and prove they are a five-person force whose singular talents created one phenomenal whole. "After making a few songs we realized that we really want to use this album to live by example and promote camaraderie amongst young black people," Syd reveals. "We realized that we're the only band of our kind. And we want to really solidify ourselves as that, as the best." With the chaos of the current world considered, all of the band wanted to champion good feelings and the joy of following your heart and passions, in addition to using their own positive relationships and experiences to inspire their community. LP has alternate artwork.

Wire - LP reissues (Pink Flag)

Wire's first 3 albums need no introduction. They are the classic albums on which Wire's reputation is based. Moreover, they are the recordings that minted the post-punk form. This was adopted by other bands, but Wire were there first. It has been a number of years since these albums were readily available. The aim with these new vinyl and CD releases is to approximate the original statements as closely as possible, but with remastered audio. The vinyl releases have the same covers and inners as the originals (minus the Harvest logo). The digipack CDs have identical track listings to their vinyl counterparts. These versions are Wire's classic 1970s albums, pure and undiluted.

Power - Turned On (In the Red)

In the time since their debut album, Electric Glitter Boogie, finer details have been ironed out, their craft honed to a sharp point. Three days in the studio has given birth to a titan- a thunderous recording that'd make Lemmy and the fellas blush. Stomping boogie, raw glam, punk'n'roll, blues bashing and primitive heavy metal exaltation. There's not a moment of falter or doubt to be heard, it's purely sweat and confidence here. Be turned on.

Talos - Wild Alee (BMG)

This deluxe version includes a 4-track bonus EP titled 'Then There Was War.' Blending elements of electronic pop and soulful R&B with hypnotizing synthscapes and haunting vocals, each track offers its own vivid sense of space, conjuring up an immersive journey that blurs the lines between dreaming and waking, between reality and fantasy, between the ordinary and the extraordinary. Where 'Wild Alee' floats through the darkness on an undercurrent of optimism and faith in brighter days to come, 'Then There Was War' examines a harsher reality where the darkness remains.

Body/Head - The Switch (Matador)

Body/Head is the duo of Kim Gordon and Bill Nace. The Switch finds the duo working with a more subtle palette, refining their ideas and identity. Working in the same studio and with the same producer as Coming Apart, here Body/Head stretch out, making spacious pieces that build shivering drones, dissonant interplay, Gordon's manipulated vocals, and scraping, haunting textures into something that feels both delicate and dangerous. Less discrete songs than one composition broken up into thematic movements, a slow-moving narrative that requires as much attention and care from the listener as it did from everyone involved in its creation, it is a record that sticks around after it's done playing.

Negative Scanner - Nose Picker (Trouble In Mind)

Once again recorded by the band themselves in their Chicago practice pace, Nose Picker opens with a question; "Is there anybody there?", which acts as both a legitimate query as well as a rallying cry. Despite the darkness on the surface, the album has an unmistakable air of whimsy, and a sense of humor, punctuated by the very literal album cover, and by the sound of a toilet flushing at the album's closing.

Nathan Salsburg - Third (No Quarter)

The stunning new album by one of his generation's most gifted and idiosyncratic acoustic guitarists. It's been 5 years since his last solo record. In that time, he's backed up Joan Shelley on 3 albums and several hundred live dates; put out a collection of guitar duets with multi-instrumentalist James Elkington; teamed up with fellow Louisvillian and neighbor Bonnie "Prince" Billy on an EP; and contributed playing to records by The Weather Station, Wooden Wand, Watter, Jake Fussell, and Red River Dialect. Meantime he's also managed to keep his head above water at his day job as curator of the Alan Lomax Archive.

Also New This Week

Apollo Brown & Locksmith - No Question (Mello)
Devotchka - Straight Shot 7" (Concord)
Al Di Meola - Elegant Gypsy & More (Live) (earMUSIC)
Guided by Voices - You Own the Night 7" (GBV)
Tim Hecker - reissues (Kranky)
Hamish Kilgour - Finklestein (Ba Da Bing)
Lavender Flu - Mow the Glass LP (In the Red)
Meg Myers - Take Me To The Disco (Atlantic)
The National - Boxer: Live in Brussels CD (4AD)
Optiganally Yours - O.Y. In Hi-Fi (Joyful Noise)
Mike Patton - 1922 Original Score (Ipecac)
Pedro the Lion - Winners Never Quit LP (Epitaph)
Soul Asylum - Made To Be Broken (Omnivore)
Kanye West - Ye (Def Jam)

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Landlocked Top 5

Our top 5 sellers for the week of 7/13 to 7/19

1. Jason Isbell - Sirens Of The Ditch [dlx] (New West)
2. The Jayhawks - Back Roads & Abandoned Motels (Legacy)
3. Don Muro - Off We Go: More Synth Pop From 1970-1979 (Flannelgraph)
4. Guadalcanal Diary - At Your Birthday Party (Omnivore)
5. Deafheaven - Ordinary Corrupt Human Love (Anti)


Astronauts, etc. - Living In Symbol (Carpark)
Bellini - Before The Day Has Gone (Temporary Residence)
Deaf Wish - Lithium Zion (Sub Pop)
Matchess - Sacracorpa (Trouble In Mind)
Psychedelic Furs - LP reissues (Legacy)
Boz Scaggs - Out Of The Blues (Concord)
Swans - Soundtracks for the Blind 4LP (Young God)
Tarja - Act II (earMUSIC)
Underworld & Iggy Pop - Teatime Dub Encounter (Caroline)
The Vulgar Boatmen - LP reissues

COMING SOON - Pre-Order Now!

Pre-Orders can be made in person at the store or online, for local pickup enter "LOCAL" at checkout when asked for a discount code. On release day, we will have your order waiting, including any special goodies we might get.

Ty Segall + White Fence - Joy (7/20)
The Vulgar Boatmen - LP reissues (7/27)
Swans - Soundtracks for the Blind 4LP (7/27)
Houndmouth - Golden Age (8/3)
Mitski - Be the Cowboy (8/17)
Animal Collective - Tangerine Reef (8/17)
Interpol - Marauder (8/24)
Big Red Machine (Justin Vernon + Aaron Dessner) (8/31)
Sufjan Stevens - The Avalanche 2LP (8/31)
Iron & Wine - Weed Garden EP (8/31)
Wild Nothing - Indigo (8/31)
Spiritualized - And Nothing Hurt (9/7)
Low - Double Negative (9/14)
Rick and Morty Soundtrack (9/28)
Cat Power - Wanderer (10/5)
Minus the Bear - Fair Enough EP (10/19)

Elephant Micah - Genericana (Western Vinyl)
Steve Hauschildt - Dissolvi (Ghostly)
Houndmouth - Golden Age (Reprise)
James - Living In Extraordinary Times (BMG)
Lambchop - What Another Man Spills [reissues] (Merge)
The Love Language - Baby Grand (Merge)
Lucero - Among the Ghosts (Liberty & Lament)
Mac Miller - Swimming (WB)
Amanda Shires - To The Sunset (Silver Knife)
Spider Bags - Someday Everything Will Be Fine (Merge)
Ultraphonix - Original Human Music (earMUSIC)

Upcoming Concerts

Tickets sold at Landlocked have a $1 service fee per ticket and are cash only. We sell tickets to most national acts at The Bishop and The Bluebird. Follow the links below for online sales.

7/26 - Snail Mail / Long Beard @ The Bishop
8/2 - Bonny Doon @ The Bishop
8/2 - Chris Knight @ The Bluebird
8/8 - Caroline Says / Jessica Risker @ The Bishop
8/11 - Sammy Brue / Pearl Charles @ The Bishop
8/17 - Austin Lucas @ The Bishop
8/23 - Eilen Jewell @ Players Pub
9/4 - Warm Bodies @ The Blockhouse
9/7 - Son Volt @ The Bluebird
9/9 - Sales @ The Bishop
9/11 - Anderson East + Durand Jones & the Indications @ The Bluebird
9/13 - Japanese Breakfast / Ought @ The Bishop
9/15 - Bambara @ The Blockhouse
9/16 - Ethers / En Attendant Ana @ The Bishop
9/18 - Bully @ The Bishop
9/19 - John Popper @ Buskirk Chumley Theater
9/20 - Sunflower Bean @ The Bishop
9/24 - Diet Cig @ The Bishop
9/27-30 - Lotus World Music & Arts Festival
11/11 - Arlo Guthrie @ Buskirk Chumley Theater
11/27 - The Lone Bellow @ Buskirk Chumley Theater
4/6 - Branford Marsalis Quartet @ IU Auditorium