Released in 2004 on Staubgold Records Format: LP
Originally released in 2004 on Ipecac Robotic Empire Reissue (2005) Format: LPx2
Released in 2004 on Young God Records Format: LPx2
Released in 2004 on Constellation Records Format: LP Style: Experimental Rock, Post-Rock, Noise Rock Influences: Kosmische Musik, Shoegaze, Post-Punk Vibe: Chaotic, Noisy, … More
Released in 2005 on Drag City Format: LP
Originally released in 2004 on Relapse Records 2014 pressing on Oxblood vinyl Format: LP
Originally released in 2004 2019 Third Man Records pressing Format: LP
Released in 2005 on Thrill Jockey Records Recorded 2004 Format: LP
Originally Released in 2004 on FatCat Records 2011 Reissue on My Animal Home Format: LPx2
Released in 2004 on 4AD Records Format: LP
Released in 2004 on Dim Mak Records Format: 12″ EP
Released in 2004 on Warp Records Format: LPx2
These impassioned, and often mournful, renditions of klezmer folk songs (both traditional and original) are infused with elements of free jazz, drone, and chamber music to create something both rooted and urgently modern (Even 15 years after its release). The mostly acoustic band features violinist Jessica Moss (also of Silver Mt. Zion) and upright bassist Thierry Amar (asmz, GY!BE) in addition to singer/multi-instrumentalist Scott Levine Gilmore and Clarinetist/Guitarist Gabe Levine.
Released in 2004 on Constellation Records Format: LPx2
Unlike Molina’s work with Songs: Ohia or Magnolia Electric Co, this sparse, weary record is void of guest musicians or overdubs, leaving his words alone with nothing but a damp bed of reverbed guitar or mournful, sustained piano chords supporting them.