TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: SCHLAGENHEIM BY BLACK MIDI

31 July 2019 | Blog

July 30 – August 6 black midi announced their debut full-length, Schlagenheim on June 21st. Throughout, black midi — Georgie Greep (vocals/guitar), Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin (vocals/guitar), Cameron Picton (vocals/bass), and Morgan Simpson (drums) — have a dynamic energy, playing as a musical unit that’s constantly in a state of flux and development. Schlagenheim was recorded with […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: PATIENCE BY MANNEQUIN PUSSY

23 July 2019 | Blog

July 24 – July 30 The third full-length from Mannequin Pussy, Patience is an album fascinated with the physical experience of the body, its songs tracking the movements of mouths and hands and racing hearts, skin and spit and teeth and blood. Deeply attuned to the power of their own physicality, the Philadelphia-based band channels […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: TRANSFORMER BY LOU REED

16 July 2019 | Blog

July 17 – July 23 Produced by David Bowie & Mick Ronson, also handling guitar duties on all songs, ‘Transformer’ is Lou Reed’s 2nd solo album, but the first containing new songs (his debut consisted reworks of songs he wrote in his Velvet Underground days). “Walk On The Wild Side” became a worldwide hit, despite […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: KEEPSAKE BY HATCHIE

9 July 2019 | Blog

July 10 – July 16 It is with utmost excitement that Ivy League Records can announce the forthcoming release of Hatchie’s debut album, ‘Keepsake!’ The release follows a breakout 2018 for the Brisbane artist, with her internationally acclaimed debut EP, ‘Sugar & Spice,’ receiving widespread support from triple j, Pitchfork, Stereogum, The Line of Best […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: BLEACH BY NIRVANA

2 July 2019 | Blog

July 3 – July 9 n 1989, a little-known Seattle band called Nirvana released their debut album on the local label Sub Pop Records. Although it saw critical adoration, ‘Bleach’ only gained the recognition it deserved after the wild success of Nirvana’s 1991 sophomore, ‘Nevermind.’ Originally recorded over three sessions with producer Jack Endino (Screaming […] Read more