Brief news of vinyl releases from Sire and Ross Blake
PRETTY EN ROSE
Pretty En Rose’s Original Soundtrack is taken from Angelique Bosio’s film about the life of Fifi Chachnil, a key part of the Parisian fashion scene.
Produced by Ross Blake (rossblake.bandcamp.com) it combines ethereal pop with a loungecore sensibility plus a slightly woozy and dreamy orchestral structure.
From the Sire label include The Replacements’ For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986 (2017) recorded, says the sleeve in front of “…more than 30 people”, which is pretty good going, I’m sure you’ll agree. This is the band on a good night over two discs. Essential for the fans.
Also look out for Barenaked Ladies’ Gordon full of entertaining harmonies, fun, frolics and great melodies and the first appearance on 180gm vinyl.
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