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Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer - 2024 Reissue

    Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? is of Montreal's landmark 2007 album. The album defined of Montreal's career and continues to be hailed as a classic. Pitchfork called the album "Ceaselessly fascinating and inexhaustibly replayable," honoring it with "Best New Music" and placing it in the Top 5 albums of 2007.

    With Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?, of Montreal has created its masterpiece. It is an irresistible and remarkable album, sounding like a logical extension of the erratic indie-disco sounds of The Sunlandic Twins. However, Hissing Fauna is also the most personal of Montreal album to date, with Kevin Barnes, lead of Montreal songwriter, pouring tremendous amounts of emotion, heartbreak, frustration and elation into its twelve tracks.

    Written and recorded primarily during what they call "an insane year," Hissing Fauna sees Barnes adopt a new writing style. It's an unabashedly autobiographical attempt from a songwriter whose early material tended towards characters and story-songs. Barnes continues down the whimsical pop-funk path, while changing up its lyrical scope; and Hissing Fauna balances its poppy nature while showcasing brutal and unflinching honesty. 


    1. Suffer For Fashion
    2. Sink The Seine
    3. Cato As A Pun
    4. Heimdalsgate Like A Promethean Curse
    5. Gronlandic Edit
    6. A Sentence Of Sorts In Kongsvinger
    7. The Past Is A Grotesque Animal
    8. Bunny Ain't No Kind Of Rider
    9. Faberge Falls For Shuggie
    10. Labyrinthian Pomp
    11. She's A Rejecter
    12. We Were Born The Mutants Again With Leafling
    13. Du Og Meg
    14. Voltaic Crusher/Undrum To Muted Da
    15. Derailments In A Place Of Our Own
    16. Miss Blonde, Your Papa Is Failing
    17. No Conclusion 

    Of Montreal

    Lady On The Cusp

      On Of Montreal’s latest album, 'Lady on the Cusp', Kevin Barnes shapeshifts between genres with each song. On tracks like 'Rude Girl on Rotation', Barnes revisits sounds of late 60’s guitar pop & psychedelia reminiscent of 2013’s 'Lousy With Sylvianbriar', while 'Young Hearts Bleed Free' and 'Music Hurts The Head' showcase Barnes’ love of experimental funk pop that has been present throughout much of the band’s discography. 'Lady on the Cusp' is another exciting listen from one of the most prolific and influential artists making music today.


      1. Music Hurts The Head
      2. 2 Depressed 2 Fuck
      3. Rude Girl On Rotation
      4. Yung Hearts Bleed Free
      5. Soporific Cell
      6. I Can Read Smoke
      7. PI$$ PI$$
      8. Sea Mines That Mr Gone
      9. Poetry Surf
      10. Genius In The Wind

      Of Montreal

      The Sunlandic Twins - 2024 Reissue

        Of Montreal's seminal record, The Sunlandic Twins, arrived in April of 2005 as the follow-up to their breakthrough album, Satanic Panic in the Attic.


        1 Requiem For O.M.M.2
        2 I Was Never Young
        3 Wraith Pinned To The Mist And Other Games
        4 Forecast Fascist Future
        5 So Begins Our Alabee
        6 Our Spring Is Sweet Not Fleeting
        7 The Party's Crashing Us
        8 Knight Rider
        9 I Was A Landscape In Your Dream
        10 Death Of A Shade Of A Hue
        11 Oslo In The Summertime
        12 October Is Eternal
        13 The Repudiated Immortals
        14 Art Snob Solutions
        15 The Actor's Opprobrium
        16 Keep Sending Me Black Fireworks
        17 Everyday Feels Like Sunday
        18 Family Noveau
        19 Psychotic Feeling
        20 Kristiansand
        21 Micro University
        22 Subtext Read, Nothing New
        23 Noir Blues To Tinnitus 

        Of Montreal

        Freewave Lucifer Fck Fck Fck

          Over the course of the last two decades, of Montreal’s creative force, Kevin Barnes, has been wowing fans with their vast catalog of endlessly fascinating pop and mesmerizing live shows. Barnes’ songwriting and production aesthetic has since become iconic in the industry and has garnered massive critical acclaim in publications such as Rolling Stone, The New York Times, NPR, and Pitchfork, who described the band’s album, Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? as “ceaselessly fascinating and inexhaustibly replayable,” as well as ranking it as the #5 album of the year. Barnes’ influence on pop music is undeniable, with multiple late night TV appearances, including The Late Show With David Letterman and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, as well as brilliant collaborations with the likes of Solange, Janelle Monáe, Jon Brion, and others. The band has also performed across the globe, with festival appearances at Coachella, Sasquatch!, Pitchfork Music Festival and others, as well as hundreds of millions of streams worldwide.

          On of Montreal’s latest album, Freewave Lucifer fck, Barnes continues to push the boundaries of what pop music can be. On songs like “Marijuana’s A Working Woman,” Barnes revisits themes of psychedelia using pulsating synths over their instantly recognizable bass playing. The album also touches on aspects of gender fluidity and is a fascinating look at what makes Barnes one of the most prolific and creative songwriters making music today. "...every year or so of Montreal is going to release a new full-length of mind-bending glam-punk decadence that sort of blows everything else away." - Paste


          1. Marijuana's A Working Woman
          2. Ofrenda-Flanger-Ego-à Gogo
          3. Blab Sabbath Lathe Of Maiden
          4. Après Thee Dèclassè
          5. Modern Art Bewilders
          6. Nightsift
          7. Hmmm

          Of Montreal / Casiokids

          Expecting To Fly / London Zoo

          This limited edition Record Store Day 7”. (1000 copies worldwide) pairs indie‐pop virtuosos of Montreal with the Norwegian language electro‐pop/ afrobeat tunesmiths Casiokids. Over the last fifteen years, of Montreal has imitated everyone (86 covers and counting), while developing its own inimitable sound ‐‐ a unique mixture of indie‐pop, glam‐rock, funk, and R&B. Though private and reserved, frontman Kevin Barnes wears his fame like a feathered fedora: on the children's show Yo Gabba Gabba, in collaborations with Spike Jonze, on stage spanking pigs with Susan Sarandon, on horseback in NYC's Roseland Ballroom, and even spontaneously performing six songs nude during a concert in Las Vegas. On this 7” Kevin’s cover of Buffalo Springfield’s classic “Expecting to Fly” is raw and heartfelt. With a bizarre effect created by delay and the honesty of a simple arrangement it is a beautiful take on a great song. Casiokids bring us their new single “London Zoo” which will be included as a bonus track when Moshi Moshi releases their debut reocd “Topp Stemning På Lokal Bar” in the UK. Hailing from the same celebrated Bergen scene that has produced Datarock and Annie, Casiokids were so‐named for the beat‐up old keyboards with which the band members first conceived their club‐ready sound. Formed with the intention of making electronic music more visual, the band has since added guitar and drums to produce a collection of incredibly catchy tunes often sung in their native Norwegian and influenced by afro‐beat, techno and out‐and‐out pop. You may not understand the words but the music speaks for itself.

          Of Montreal

          The Bedside Drama A Petite Tragedy

            Originally released in 1998, Of Montreal's second full-length features uncredited appearances by members of Neutral Milk Hotel and The Late B.P. Helium. The album was the first where Of Montreal built characters around concepts. Although not as developed as later of Montreal concept albums, "The Bedside Drama: A Petite Tragedy" is infused with Vaudevillian elements that foreshadowed of Montreal's break-out albums "The Gay Parade" and "Coquelicot Asleep In The Poppies: A Variety of Whimsical Verse". According to All Music Guide, the album 'marked a crucial stage in the evolution from the lo-fi garage pop of Cherry Peel to the ambitious rock carnival of The Gay Parade and cemented of Montreal's status as one of the most creatively relevant groups of the late 90s.'

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