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New Releases - June 23rd

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Murder Of The Universe (ATO)

A concept album to end all concepts. Murder Of The Universe is a face-melting musical assault concerned with the downfall of man, the death of the planet and the murder of the whole goddamn universe. A disorientating experience, the album hinges on three distinct chapters that rise from larval beds, and whose lyrics should be carved in stone, squeezed from moss, discovered in ancient runes. And all the while a passing cast of characters imbue the tale with both human and non-human emotions.

Prince - Purple Rain Deluxe (WB)

This is Prince's final word on his definitive masterpiece. Purple Rain Deluxe boasts the official Paisley Park Remasters of the original tapes overseen by Prince himself, in addition to a new "From The Vault & Previously Unreleased" disc with 11 unheard gems from the storied vault. Available as 1LP, 2CD, or 3CD+DVD - a true collector's item and the ultimate vision of Purple Rain. In addition to the Remaster and Unreleased CDs, it includes "Edits & B-Sides" and a DVD of Prince and The Revolution Live in 1985.

Jeff Tweedy - Together At Last (Anti)

Together At Last features the Wilco bandleader performing eleven of his own songs, culled from the Wilco catalog as well as from side-projects Loose Fur and Golden Smog, in a solo acoustic setting. Recorded at Tweedy's Chicago recording studio The Loft, the album showcases Jeff's accomplished and intricate guitar playing and his expressive, plaintive voice. While audiences have experienced Tweedy live onstage as a solo performer for years, this is the first studio recording of its kind for the acclaimed musician.

Monks - Hamburg Recordings 1967 (Third Man)

Due in large part to years in the word-of-mouth hype machine, their legend and cult status has steadily blossomed since their last shows in 1967. Fast forward to 2017, the crew at TMR are presented with a treasure trove of original Monks photos, newspaper clippings, business cards, letterhead, contracts, postcards and, yes, analog tapes, containing trailblazing, wild compositions completely unheard by public ears. These songs have been unreleased for 50 years and are quite possibly the last music left to be heard by this legendary band. Nice price CD and LP available.

Keiji Haino - Watashi Dake? LP (Black Editions)

Keiji Haino's stunning debut album, originally released in 1981. Over the last 40 years, few musicians have created as monumental and uncompromising a body of work. Through a vast number of recordings and performances, Haino has staked out a ground all his own, creating a language of unparalleled intensity that defies any simple classification. For all this, his debut has remained enigmatic. Its a haunting vision - stark vocals, whispered and screamed, punctuate dark silences. Intricate and sharp guitar figures interweave, repeat, and stretch, trance-like, emerging from dark recesses. Haino's vision is one of deep spiritual depths that is unlike anything ever committed to record before or since.

Deslondes - Hurry Home (New West)

Hurry Home represents a sonic shift from the country-folk of their debut to a sometimes-psychedelic, electrified gospel-soul sound, with a stronger emphasis on organ and electric guitar. The band split up songwriting and lead vocal duties among its 5 members, continuing its democratic ethos and musical versatility. The sound may continue to draw comparisons to the country-funkiness of The Band, but The Deslondes were equally inspired by the sound of early Sun Records, the punchy rock of the Velvet Underground and the experimental pop of Joe Meek.

Banditos - Visionland (Bloodshot)

The Birmingham/Nashville-based group's 2nd album bodaciously appropriates elements of 60s blues-fused acid rock, ZZ Top's jangly boogie, garage punk scuzz, Drive-By Truckers' yawp, the populist choogle of CCR, Slim Harpo's hip shake groove, gut bucket Fat Possum hill country mojo and the Georgia Satellites. From backwoods bluegrass, to slinky nods to Muscle Shoals soul and unexpected bits of doo-wop sweetness, the Banditos recall many, but sound like no one but themselves.

Allen Ginsberg - Complete Songs Of Experience & Innocence (Omnivore)

Ginsberg began "tuning" Wm Blake's poetry in 1968, but the origin of the album dates back to a 1948 vision of Blake reciting poetry in his apartment. In 1969, he began recording musical versions of Blake's poetry with Peter Orlovsky, and jazz legends Bob Dorough, Don Cherry, and Elvin Jones. In 1971, he returned to the material, recording 11 songs in San Francisco with avant-garde cellist Arthur Russell- 4 of which were never issued. The ensemble also recorded 3 unissued Tibetan mantras with a Buddhist choir.

Dying Fetus - Wrong One To Fukc With (Relapse)

Dying Fetus once again raise the bar of sonic extremity with their 8th album and first new material in over 5 years. The seasoned veterans manage to further stretch their creative and technical boundaries across 10 complex tracks of pulverizing death metal, filled with more dynamic intricacies, brutal breakdowns and varied vocal patterns than ever before. Now over 25 years into their career, they cement their legacy and uphold their position as the most dominant force in death metal today.

Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas - Telephone (Instant)

Hernandez, a second generation Cuban and Mexican-American, felt it her duty to further explore her own Hispanic heritage on The Deltas' sophomore recording. Personal and provocative, Telephone is a milestone achievement for the band known for their soundclash of Goth pop, Latin rock, psychedelic surf, punk cabaret, dirty dancehall, and Hernandez's vocal power.

VA - Horrendous New Wave LP (Lumpy)

Sixteen no name new wave bands from the minds of many celebrated cretins across america and beyond, such as Joe Suss (Nancy, Muff Divers), Rik (Pigs, Mongoloid), Jake Robertson (Ausmuteants, Leather Towel), Arielle McCuaig (Janitor Scum, Glitter), Andy Peterson (Gibbous, Trauma Harness), Cody Phifer (HairLong n Freeky, Nosferatu), BB Eye and many many more! Curated by Lumpy, with screen printed jackets, art by Janitor Scum.

Also Released This Week

Joseph Arthur - Redemption's Son [15th annv] (Real World)
The Blue Series: The Story Behind the Color [book] (Third Man)
Joe Bonamassa - Live At Carnegie Hall: An Acoustic Evening (J&R)
Circle - Terminal (Southern Lord)
JJ Doom - Bookhead [pic disc] (Lex)
Municipal Waste - Slime and Punishment (Nuclear Blast)
Mycophilia [Chris Barth] - s/t [tape]
Powerflo - s/t (New Damage)
Rozwell Kid - Precious Art (SideOneDummy)
Vince Staples - Big Fish Theory (Def Jam)
311 - Mosaic (BMG)
Bryson Tiller - True to Self (RCA)
Yonder Mountain String Band - Love Ain't Love (Frog Pad)

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Upcoming Concerts

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Tickets sold at Landlocked have a $1 service fee per ticket and are cash only. We sell tickets to most national acts at The Bishop and The Bluebird.

7/6 - 38 Special @ Eagle Pointe
7/9 - Oh Pep @ The Bishop
7/21 - Hard Working Americans [Todd Snider, etc] @ The Bluebird
7/21 - David Dondero @ The Void
7/24 - Ultimate Painting @ The Bishop
8/4 - Jason Molina biography reading + panel Q&A @ MCPL
8/5 - Jeff Rosenstock & Laura Stevenson @ The Void
8/6 - Lucinda Williams @ Buskirk-Chumley Theater
8/8 - Omni @ The Bishop
8/11 - Ought @ The Bishop
8/18 - The Tillers @ The Bishop
8/26 - Dave Rawlings Machine @ The Bluebird
9/8 - Rory Block / Austin Lucas @ Buskirk-Chumley Theater
9/13 - Strand of Oaks @ The Bishop
9/14 - Sheer Mag @ The Bishop
9/15 - Hoops @ The Bishop
9/21 - Tops @ The Bishop
9/23 - Rhiannon Giddens @ Buskirk-Chumley Theater
9/23 - Murder by Death / Thunder Dreamer @ The Bluebird
10/4 - Shovels & Rope @ Buskirk-Chumley Theater
10/5 - The Growlers @ The Bluebird
10/22 - Deer Tick @ The Bluebird

Road Trip to Indy!

6/29 - Eagles of Death Metal @ The Vogue, Indy
7/6 - The Old 97s @ The Vogue, Indy
7/15 - The Districts @ The HiFi, Indy
7/18 - Atlas Genius @ The HiFi, Indy
7/19 - Dale Watson + Asleep at the Wheel @ The HiFi, Indy
7/26 - The Magpie Salute @ The Vogue, Indy
7/31 - Good Old War @ The HiFi, Indy
8/5 - The Drums / Ne Hi @ The HiFi, Indy
8/31 - Slim Cessna's Auto Club @ The HiFi, Indy
9/1 - John Butler Trio @ ONB Centre, Indy
9/10 - The Mountain Goats @ The Vogue, Indy
9/14 - Seu Jorge @ Clowes Memorial Hall, Indy
9/15 - The Queers / Ataris @ The HiFi, Indy
9/19 - Flaming Lips / Mac Demarco @ White River State Park, Indy
9/23 - Stiff Little Fingers @ The Vogue, Indy
9/23 - Sylvan Esso @ ONB Centre, Indy
10/1 - Beth Hart @ ONB Centre, Indy
10/3 - KMFDM @ The Vogue, Indy
10/8 - The Lone Bellow @ ONB Centre, Indy
10/14 - Big Thief @ The HiFi, Indy
10/17 - Milky Chance @ ONB Centre, Indy
10/21 - Alt-J @ ONB Centre, Indy
10/27 - Trombone Shorty @ ONB Centre, Indy
10/28 - Hippo Campus @ ONB Centre, Indy
10/29 - Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors @ ONB Centre, Indy
11/2 - Victor Wooten @ The Vogue, Indy
11/4 - Ben Folds @ ONB Centre, Indy
12/3 - Chad VanGaalen @ The HiFi, Indy

Landlocked Top 5

Our top 5 sellers for the week of 6/16 to 6/22

1. Jason Isbell - The Nashville Sound (Southeastern)
2. Fleet Foxes - Crack Up (Nonesuch)
3. Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, James McAlister, Nico Muhly - Planetarium (4AD)
4. Steve Earle - So You Wannabe an Outlaw (WB)
5. Can - The Singles (Mute)

NEXT WEEK

7/7
Baio - Man of the World (Glassnote)
Chris Bell - Looking Forward: The Roots Of Big Star (Omnivore)
Randall Bramblett - Juke Joint At The End of the World (New West)
Broken Social Scene - Hug of Thunder (Arts & Crafts)
Cage The Elephant - Unpeeled (RCA)
Flatfoot 56 - Odd Boat (Sailor's Grave)
Haim - Something To Tell You (Columbia)
Melvins - A Walk With Love And Death (Ipecac)
Daniel Martin Moore - Turned Over to Dreams (Sofaburn)
Public Service Broadcasting - Every Valley (PIAS)
Radiohead - OK Compter OKNOTOK 1997-2017 (XL)
River Black - s/t (Season of Mist)
Lucy Rose - Something's Changing (Arts & Crafts)
Ulrich Schnauss - No Further Ahead Than Today (PIAS)
This is the Kit - Moonshine Freeze (Rough Trade)
Toro y Moi - Boo Boo (Carpark)
Violent Femmes - Two Mics & the Truth (PIAS)
Whitehorse - Panther In The Dollhouse (Six Shooter)

COMING SOON - Pre-Order Now!

Avey Tare - Eucalyptus (7/21)
Gillian Welch - Harrow & The Harvest LP (7/28)
Beyonce - Lemonade LP (7/28)
Arcade Fire - Everything Now [Night Version LP] (7/28)
Grizzly Bear - Painted Ruins (8/18)
Iron & Wine - Beast Epic (8/25)
Queens of the Stone Age - Villians [Deluxe] (8/25)
Queens of the Stone Age - Villians [Indie] (8/25)
Oh Sees - Orc (9/1)
Mogwai - Every Country's Sun (9/1)
Mogwai - Every Country's Sun DLX (9/1)
VA - Twin Peaks 2017 OST (9/8)
The National - Sleep Well Beast (9/8)
Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (9/15)
Stooges - Highlights from the Funhouse Sessions 2LP (9/15)