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Examples of "subpop"
Summer 1988 - 1990: Played on SubPop Record "Journey To The Center Of Catbutt"
On Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Subpop Records announced the Generals 3rd album, "Jackleg Devotional to the Heart" would be released via the label on May 21, 2013.
On 18 March 2014, Foy released her debut album, "Mirrors The Sky", again with the label Subpop. The album contained ten songs, including "Honeymoon", "I Only" and "No Secrets".
synthesis, with predominantly ironic and sarcastic character. This sphere of work is usually called "entertainments” by the author. In recent years, Subpop Squeeze has become preferred by Hirsch as live performance act.
The band formed in 1998 for a show at the Glasgow School of Art and released their first single "Impossible Things" on the Subpop label a few months later.
Chronowax started as a key anchor for the growing French rap scene. The company's roster would later represent more than 300 labels such as SubPop, Def Jam, Secretly Canadian, and Ed Banger and sold more than 30 millions records between 1998 and 2005.
The readings ceased in 1976 and Red Sky quickly emerged from the ashes to have a more enduring effect. But Dogtown was an important part of the poetic blast of that time, dovetailing in with SubPop and other grunge, Eidolon, precursors of "The Stranger" in forging a verbal esthetic that was more influential on Eighties and Nineties culture than is widely known.
In March 2013, Foy released her debut EP "Shoestring", named after the title track of the same name. The EP also included the tracks "Left to Wonder", "Place Too Low" and "All Alone". Later in 2013 Foy released a double a-side called "Easy/Head Down" via the label Subpop.
Blitzen Trapper's most commercially successful period occurred between 2008's "Furr" and 2011's "American Goldwing", during which time the band's studio albums appeared on the Billboard 200. However, their move from label SubPop to Vagrant Records in 2013 preceded their first charting single on a Billboard chart: "Thirsty Man," from the album "VII", which went to #29 on the Adult Alternative Songs chart.
In 1998, Rosset founded Chronowax, an innovative distribution and production company based in Paris. Chronowax started as a key actor for the growing French rap scene. The company's roaster will later represent more than 300 labels such as SubPop, Def Jam, Secretly Canadian and Ed Banger and sold more than 30 millions records between 1998 and 2005.
On April 24, 2007, Tamborello released his third album "Dumb Luck" on Subpop Records to generally positive critical reception. This, coinciding with Death Cab For Cutie's release, "Narrow Stairs" moved any future plans of The Postal Service recording past the end of the decade.
Another alter ego of Vladimír Hirsch is "Subpop Squeeze" project, designed to the music, outlier from his main conceptual direction. It started in 1996. This kind of creation move across wider scope of experimental electronic and industrial rock with elements of thrash metal, being their
In October 2005, Cross was sued by Nashville club owner Thomas Weber, who accused Cross of taping him without permission for "Shut Up You Fucking Baby" and "Let America Laugh" in violation of Weber's privacy rights. In April 2006, the case against Cross himself was dismissed and the case proceeded with Warner Music, Subpop Records, WEA Corporation, and the Alternative Distribution Alliance.
The Aberrant Years is a compilation album by the noise rock band Feedtime, released on March 8, 2012 by Subpop Records. It compiles the first four of the band's LPs, released from 1985 to 1989: "Feedtime", "Shovel", "Cooper-S" and "Suction".
In May 2013, Mythological Horses entered Witch Ape Studios and recorded their first full-length studio album under the production of Tad Doyle of Subpop band TAD and Jack Endino who has worked closely with Nirvana and other Subpop artists. This album was released on vinyl record and digital download in 2014 on Hovercraft Records out of Portland, Or. The band received high praise in international press, and was featured on a KEXP Music That Matters podcast, Young Reckless Hearts, in April 2014. After touring in support of this album in Hawaii, Alaska, and the west coast, the band returned to Witch Ape Studios in the fall of 2014 to record their second studio album, due out later in 2015.
On July 7, 2011, the album's title track was released for download on Sub Pop's website. Additionally, SubPop released two trailer videos for the album, one straightforward clip featuring Earley riding in the back of a truck, underscored by musical snippets of "Might Find it Cheap"and "Stranger in a Strange Land", and a more surreal movie-trailer video, featuring a narrator with a spooky-seductive French accent, murderous clowns, and bodies floating in swimming pools, based around "Street Fighting Sun".
Allmusic gave the album three and a half stars out of five, with James Christopher Monger calling it "a lovely collection of Sunday morning melancholy that's as gentle as it is weary" and "the most accessible record ever to bear the SubPop insignia". "Paste", tinymixtapes, and gave it similar ratings. Pitchfork Media gave it a 5.9 out of 10 rating. PopMatters gave it 6/10, with David Bernard saying it "sounds amazing".
Van Conner initially turned his efforts to his side-projects Gardener with Aaron Stauffer (formerly of Seaweed (band), and later VALIS. He also contributed to the Mark Lanegan album "Field Songs" in 2001. Van has produced and contributed to several other projects over the years, including Kitty Kitty, VALIS, Gardener, and Gary Lee's SubPop single Grasshopper's Daydream. Van's band VALIS has released several recordings, including:
The instrumental song "Magnolia Caboose Babyshit" is a cover of "Magnolia Caboose Babyfinger" by Blue Cheer, but the song is still credited to Mudhoney. The album, when bought as a new vinyl record, is also packaged with a poster of the band (Photo by Michael Lavine). The poster features the band in a blue filter and says "Mudhoney. The album is out." as well as the SubPop and Au Go Go logos.
The same year saw Pigeonhed recording its 2nd Subpop LP "The Full Sentence", yielding the oft licensed Battle Flag remix by the Lo Fidelity Allstars which can be heard in ER, Smallville, Dawson's Creek, Queer as Folk, Forces of Nature, Dancing at The Blue Iguana, Coyote Ugly, The Mod Squad as well as many Hollywood trailers. The original Pigeonhed version is featured in The Sopranos, Very Bad Things and The Horse Whisperer.