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Jozef Van Wissem and Jim Jarmusch Continue their Unlikely Collaboration with the Dark, Droning 'An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil'

None Famed independent film director Jim Jarmusch never really gained notoriety for his musical exploits, and Dutch experimental lute player Jozef Van Wissem isn't exactly a household name, so it may not be a surprise that a musical collaboration between the two artists would fly under the radar.But the truth is, they've worked together frequently over the past few years. Beginning with a chance meeting in New York City in 2006, Jarmusch and Van Wissem have since collaborated on three studio al...
Tags: Music, Review, New York City, Experimental, Noise, Jim Jarmusch, William Blake, Music Review, Sunn, Jarmusch, Sacred Bones, Van Wissem, Jozef Van Wissem, Helena Blavatsky, Emanuel Swedenborg


SPELLLING – “Hard To Please” Video

Bay Area experimental artist Tia Cabral is the force behind the experimental electronic project SPELLLING. In 2017 Cabral wrote, performed and produced her first full-length album, Pantheon of Me, all from her apartment in Berkeley. Her new 7" is due out 8/3 by way of Sacred Bones, and today we’re sharing the A-side, "Hard To … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Berkeley, Premiere, Bay Area, Cabral, Sacred Bones, Spellling, Tia Cabral


Todd Barry busts on Sacred Bones in new Netflix special, touring

Todd's new special was filmed at Music Hall of Williamsburg and has him roasting an employee of indie label Sacred Bones (who used to write for our metal site Invisible Oranges). Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Seth Meyers, David Lynch, Music News, Tour Dates, Williamsburg, Todd, Bill Pearis, Todd Barry, Sacred Bones, Comedy News, Heavy Metal News


Five Notable Releases of the Week (9/8)

This week's Notable Releases include The National's massive new album, Zola Jesus' return to Sacred Bones, Alvvays' shiny sophomore LP, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Jean Grae, Music News, The National, Andrew Sacher, Tori Amos, Jonathan Coulton, Zola Jesus, Ted Leo, New Releases, Sacred Bones, Alvvays, Adrienne Berry, The National - Sleep Well Beast, Alvvays - Antisocialites, Natashya Hawley


Stream: Zola Jesus, ‘Exhumed’

Goth-pop enchantress Zola Jesus has announced that her sixth album will be released Sept. 8 via Sacred Bones, and she has this to say about the title, “Okovi”: “Okovi is a Slavic word for shackles. We’re all shackled to something — to life, to death, to bodies, to minds, to illness, to people, to birthright, to duty. Each of us born with a unique debt, and we have until we die to pay it back. Without this cost, what gives us the right to live? And moreover, what gives us the right to die? Are we...
Tags: Music, Featured, Wisconsin, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Zola Jesus, Ted Byrnes, Sacred Bones, Alex DeGroot, Shannon Kennedy


Zola Jesus announces new album on Sacred Bones & tour, shares "Exhumed"

Zola Jesus' new album 'Okovi' marks her return to Sacred Bones, after she signed to Mute for 2014's 'Taiga.' [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Wife, Music News, Tour Dates, Andrew Sacher, Zola Jesus, Ted Byrnes, Sacred Bones, Pedestrian Deposit, Alex DeGroot, Shannon Kennedy


Jim Jarmusch's trio SQURL prep new EP for Sacred Bones, share "The Dark Rift"

The EP features three new songs, plus remixes by Föllakzoid and Anton Newcombe of Brian Jonestown Massacre. [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Jim Jarmusch, Music News, Bill Pearis, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Anton Newcombe, Sacred Bones, Föllakzoid, SQÜRL


Sacred Bones 10th Anniversary RBMA show in pics (Zola Jesus, Jenny Hval, more)

Sacred Bones 10th Anniversary show for Red Bull Music Academy featured performances from Zola Jesus, Blanck Mass, Jenny Hval, The Men, Moon Duo with Jim Jarmusch, Psychic Ills, Marissa Nadler, Uniform, and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Edley O'Dowd. The label is putting on another 10th anniversary showcase as part of Northside Fest. Continue reading… [Author: Amanda Hatfield]
Tags: Music, Anatomy, Jim Jarmusch, Music News, A Place To Bury Strangers, Downtown Boys, Uniform, Geneva Jacuzzi, Amanda Hatfield, Destruction Unit, Institute, Breyer, Red Bull Music Academy, Zola Jesus, Northside, Pharmakon


Northside Fest adds Destruction Unit, Julia Holter, Martin Rev/Craig Leon, more

Some new additions were revealed today to Brooklyn's 2017 Northside Festival lineup, including the BrooklynVegan/AdHoc showcase with Aldous Harding and the Pitchfork showcase with Downtown Boys. Here are more... Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Suicide, Georgia, Brooklyn, Abba, Music News, Tour Dates, Julia Holter, Downtown Boys, Andrew Sacher, Destruction Unit, Institute, Dusty Springfield, Aldous Harding, Cheena, Martin Rev


Red Bull Music Academy NYC 2017: Solange, Gucci Mane, Sacred Bones, Werner Herzog & more

The Red Bull Music Academy is back for it's fifth straight year in NYC, happening April 29 --- May 21 Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Solange, Prince, Music News, Patrick adams, Tour Dates, Zaytoven, Gucci Mane, Werner Herzog, Bill Pearis, Elza Soares, Red Bull Music Academy, Zola Jesus, Alice Coltrane, Alvin Lucier, Bearcat


Uniform - Tabloid

New Music: Uniform “Tabloid” ~ words by tom johnson photography by samantha marble Consistently one of the most versatile labels around, Sacred Bones continue to peddle whatever the hell they want with the unveiling of Uniform’s new track… (in post New Music: Uniform – “Tabloid” from Gold Flake Paint. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Sacred Bones


Sacred Bones Announces Massive Sale To Benefit Standing Rock Protesters

With the violence against protesters at North Dakota's Standing Rock Indian Reservation growing ever more ridiculous and indefensible, more and more people are rallying around the protesters and their right to protest. And right now, the ultra-cool New York label Sacred Bones is announcing a special sale that'll benefit the people out there protesting. More »
Tags: Music, New York, News, North Dakota, Sacred Bones


Marissa Nadler – “The Best You Ever Had”

Marissa Nadler released her spectral album, Strangers, back in May by way of Sacred Bones, and today she announced that a companion piece will be out later this month. Bury Your Name comprises eight home recordings that were made around the time that Nadler was writing and recording Strangers. Its debut single is the mournful … More »
Tags: Music, Mp3s, Marissa Nadler, Nadler, Sacred Bones


Five Notable Releases of the Week (8/5/16)

Surprise -- there's still no Frank Ocean album. Still, this week has excellent new LPs by Wild Beasts and Dinosaur Jr, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Dinosaur Jr, Wild Beasts, Music News, Frank Ocean, Andrew Sacher, Lou Barlow, Cheena, Pharmakon, New Releases, Sacred Bones, Field Mouse, Dog Party, Hank Wood & The Hammerheads


Cheena (mem. Pharmakon, Crazy Spirit, Hank Wood) prepping debut LP, share "Car"

Brooklyn punks Cheena are prepping their first LP after releasing a handful of singles and playing a handful of shows. Featuring members of Pharmakon, Hank Wood and the Hammerheads, and Crazy Spirit, Cheena will release Spend The Night With… on August 5 via Sacred Bones... [Author: Rob Sperry-Fromm]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Music News, Tour Dates, Rob Sperry-Fromm, Cheena, Hank Wood, Sacred Bones


Institute playing Northside show w/ Cheena & more before European tour

Austin post-punks Institute, who put out their debut LP last year, have released details of the Northside show that we mentioned they'd be playing. They'll be at Palisades on June 9, and they'll be joined by Sacred Bones labelmates Cheena (whose lineup includes Pharmakon and members of other cool local punk bands), along with Nandas Haram... Continue reading… [Author: Rob Sperry-Fromm]
Tags: Music, Austin, Music News, Tour Dates, Rob Sperry-Fromm, Institute, Palisades, Haram, Cheena, Sacred Bones, Northside Festival, Nandas, Nandas Haram Continue


Brooklyn Flea Record Fair DJ lineup (sets streaming live on RBMA Radio)

The Brooklyn Flea Record Fair is coming up Saturday, May 14 at Smorgasburg in Williamsburg with booths from indie record labels, record stores and used vinyl dealers. As in previous years, there are DJs all day long and this year the Red Bull Music Academy, which is presenting the Record Fair, has invited seven different label founders to spin tracks exclusively from their own label... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Music News, Tour Dates, Williamsburg, Bill Pearis, Smorgasburg, Red Bull Music Academy, Mixpak, PT, Sacred Bones, Caleb Braaten, Sam Valenti, Brooklyn Flea Record Fair, Brooklyn Flea Recor, Dre Skull


Mazzy Star's Hope Sandoval sings on new Psychic Ills album (listen)

In case you missed it: Psychic Ills are excited to announce their fifth album, Inner Journey Out. Their first album since 2013, Inner Journey Out is the culmination of an odyssey of three years of writing, traversing the psych-rock landscape they’ve carved throughout their career and taking inspired pilgrimages into country, blues, gospel, and jazz... Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music News, Tour Dates, Sacred Bones, BrooklynVegan Staff, Hope Sandoval, Mazzy Star, Endless Boogie, Psychic Ills, The Entrance Band


Chocolat wrapping up new album, playing SXSW

Montreal's superior psych-prog-pop band will play Levitation and M for Montreal's showcases among other Austin shows. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Austin, Montreal, Music News, Levitation, Sxsw, Tour Dates, Bill Pearis, Shi, Younghusband, Elephant Stone, Michael Rault, Sacred Bones, Doomsquad, Exploded View, Horsepower, Humble Giants


UK deathrock vets 13th Chime reissued their discography and "lost album" on Sacred Bones, playing first US show ever

British deathrock band 13th Chime were active in the early '80s but only released a few recordings at the time. They did have an album that never saw the light of day, but Sacred Bones recently unearthed those recordings and put it out, along with a compilation of their early singles. (They're not the only old UK deathrock band that Sacred Bones have reissued.) Now 13th Chime are set to play their first-ever US show at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus on April 16. They'll be joined by Sacred Bones labe...
Tags: UK, Boston, US, Brooklyn, Brooklynvegan, Saint Vitus, Sacred Bones