Something For The True Music Lovers
feedbands is a US based company who offer a vinyl subscription service where you sign up and recieve a sweet record each month.
They are a rare breed of company who, for their love and respect for music and musicians, really get out there and support of oftentimes struggling artist to continue their creative journey.
Unlike record label giants of yesteryear who were all about taking any and all money from artists and getting rich on other peoples art, feedbands discover independant bands, press their record, pay them upfront, let them keep their intellectual property, and deliver thier music (in the format it was intended) to you and me on a monthly basis.
I have been signed up for nearly a year now and have LOVED every single album that was sent my way. I cannot reccomend them highly enough.
You can follow the link below to signup/get more info.
Queens of the Stone Age - Like Clockwork...
The sixth full-length studio release for the Josh Homme-led rock band includes Dave Grohl on drums as well as guest vocals from Brody Dalle, Alain Johannes, Elton John, Mark Lanegan, Trent Reznor, Jake Shears, Alex Turner, and former bassist Nick Oliveri.
"It’s the perv-funk rock sound of drunkenly sinking into sticky leather couches for steamy make-out sessions in dimly lit Hollywood smut-pits." –nme
89 - Like Clockwork: great for rock & roll, great for culture, great for the world.
80 - The band return to the slow-and-low, sinister alt-boogie that made their name, with Homme's satisfying dirty badass guitar sound in full effect.
Arcade Fire - Relfektor
Leave it to Arcade Fire to completely change their style without changing their sound.
A double album, it rolls along for about 75 minutes, making it Arcade Fire’s longest and most ambitious work to date. The pattern of stylistic diversity the band established with their previous albums provided reassurance that Reflektor would certainly not be more of the same. - techheads
"It is exhaustingly, daringly, bafflingly brilliant, but you might want to lie down in a dark room after listening." - Telegraph
90 - Reflektor is closer to turning-point classics such as U2's Achtung Baby and Radiohead's Kid A--a thrilling act of risk and renewal by a band with established commercial appeal and a greater fear of the average, of merely being liked.
Arctic Monkey - AM
Produced by James Ford and Ross Orton, the fifth full-length studio release for the indie rock band includes guest appearances by Josh Homme, Bill Ryder-Jones, and Pete Thomas.
"AM is a pitch black party record, full of menacing pop and grimy, indelible grooves drowned in bourbon." - bpm
100 - Arctic Monkeys’ fifth record is absolutely and unarguably the most incredible album of their career. It might also be the greatest record of the last decade.
80 - There is a depth--a willingness to experiment, a refusal to be pigeonholed--that rewards repeated listens and makes this their most coherent, most satisfying album since their debut. Where they go next is anybody's guess.
Tame Impala - Lonerism
The second release for the Perth, Australian band led by Kevin Parker was co-produce with Dave Fridmann.
"Lonerism deals with much of the 70's psychedelic era and transforms issues that we may have going on today into a melty substance of addiction…"
90 - Tame Impala prove far more exciting because, by maximizing the use of the available technology, they tap into the progressive and experimental spirit of psychedelic rock, and not just the sound.