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We’re hosting a coloring contest! One lucky artist will win 2 tickets to the Bonnie Prince Billy and Jonathan Richman show on March 5 at the Buskirk Chumley Theater! Drop off yr entry w/ contact or post it on IG or FB and tag us @landlockedmusic by Feb 29 to enter. Grab a sheet at the shop or download and print your own!

Fresh instore alert: Early Day Miners (NOLA) and Rodeola (local) are playing a FREE show at Landlocked on Thursday March 12 to celebrate the 20th anniversary and first vinyl pressing of the debut EDM album, Placer Found. Plus: Wednesday April 8: Tyler Damon + Mute Duo are coming thru for a free instore performance- more info coming right up! Special Thanks to the Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association Zone Arts Grant Program for their continued support in our 2020 concert series!

New Releases - February 21

Grimes - Miss Anthropocene (4AD)

Grimes started producing music when she had to learn to program for her neuroscience class. Shortly thereafter she had a viral myspace page, which allowed her to start booking shows and focus full-time on music. She lived in a crack den in Montreal with no heat, playing raves until her 2012 breakout, Visions. Upon the success of this album, Grimes attempted to enter society as a regular human, which has clearly not gone super well but has nonetheless been entertaining. She's toured globally to sold out crowds, headlined festivals, and is now moving into the space of corporate surrealism. Pink LP while they last!

King Krule - Man Alive (True Panther)

Like any great artist on the rise, Archy Marshall's life is moving fast. There's a lot to catch up on, after 2017's sprawling masterpiece, The OOZ, broke through amid Mercury Prize nominations and mind-blowing media plaudits. Unlike that record, Man Alive! doesn't aim to present any kind of narrative thread, or Brexit-era state- of-the-nation address, just a collection of snapshots and stories, artfully sequenced into a dazzlingly coherent whole. Limited red vinyl edition sold exclusively at indie record stores. Red LP!

Greg Dulli - Random Desire (Royal Cream)

Greg has been the poet laureate of the bizarre whims and cruel tangents of desire. A foremost authority on the sell-your-soul rewards of carnal lust, the high voltage epiphanies of chemical enhancement, and the serotonin lows left in their wake. The front man of the Afghan Whigs has long been on a first name basis with his demons, most of whom eventually relented and let him pour them a shot. The title is a play on "random selection," which refers to a process that researchers use to pick participants for a study. When using this method, every single member of a population has an "equal chance of being chosen as a subject."

Ozzy Osbourne - Ordinary Man (Epic)

"Ordinary Man" is Ozzy's first album in 10 years! His recent appearance on the Post Malone track "Take What You Want" as well as his single "Under The Graveyard," which is #1 at Active Rock and #1 at Classic Rock, show Ozzy is poised to have a massive return. The album also contains the new single and title cut, "Ordinary Man," featuring Elton John. Guest artists include longtime guitarist Zakk Wylde, Slash & Duff McKagan (GNR), Chad Smith of the RHCP, Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine/Audioslave), and Post Malone guitarist / producer Andrew Watt.

Courtney Barnett - MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne (Mom+Pop)

Under a garland of lights and a canopy of florals in an outdoor courtyard, Courtney performed a stirring set of 8 songs to an intimate audience. Barnett made the night even more iconic by inviting some of her favorite musicians, including legendary songwriter Paul Kelly, angelically voiced New Zealander Marlon Williams and label-mate Evelyn Ida Morris. The performances included covers of Leonard Cohen, Archie Roach and Seeker Lover Keeper as well as a never-before-heard original track from Courtney herself titled "Play It On Repeat".

Best Coast - Always Tomorrow (Concord)

The hotly anticipated new album from Best Coast. Inspired by the 70s, the LA based duo expand their signature indie pop sound into a harmonic blend of melodic guitars and keyboards as warm and refreshing as a California breeze. Multi-instrumentalist Bobb Bruno, along with the irrepressible Bethany Cosentino, combine to bring her masterful storytelling to new heights, crafting their most eloquent and reflective album to date. It's the Best Coast you know and love at an entirely new level.

Pat Metheny - From This Place (Nonesuch)

"From This Place is one of the records I have been waiting to make my whole life. It is a kind of musical culmination, reflecting a wide range of expressions that have interested me over the years, scaled across a large canvas, presented in a way that offers the kind of opportunities for communication that can only be earned with a group of musicians who have spent hundreds of nights together on the bandstand," said Metheny. Special guests Me'shell Ndegeocello, Gregoire Maret (harmonica), and Luis Conte (percussion).

Also New This Week

Bardo Pond - Adrop / Circuit VIII (Three Lobed)
Califone - Echo Mine (Jealous Butcher)
Deerhoof - Plays Music Of The Shining 7" (Famous Class)
Demons & Wizards - III (Century Media)
Sonny Landreth - Blacktop Run (Mascot)
Lightning Bolt - Ride The Skies LP (Thrill Jockey)
Mhysa - Nevaeh (Hyperdub)
Agnes Obel - Myopia (Blue Note)
The Pleasure Seekers - What A Way To Die (Sundazed)
Purr - Like New (ANTI)
Lee Ranaldo & Raul Refree - Names of North End Women (Mute)
Raspberry Bulbs - Before The Age Of Mirrors (Relapse)
Sightless Pit - Grave of a Dog (Thrill Jockey)
Bruce Springsteen - LP reissues (Columbia)
David Starr - Beauty & Ruin (Starr)
Sweet Lizzy Project - Technicolor (Mono Mundo)
Wilsen - Ruiner (Secret City)
John Zorn - Virtue (Tzadik)
VA - Apala Groups In Nigeria 1967-70 (Soul Jazz)

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Landlocked Top 5

Our top 5 sellers for the week of 2/14 to 2/20

1. Tame Impala - The Slow Rush (Interscope)
2. Huey Lewis & the News - Weather (BMG)
3. Drive By Truckers - The Unraveling (ATO)
4. Nathaniel Rateliff - And It's Still Alright (Fantasy)
5. Khruangbin & Leon Bridges - Texas Sun (Dead Oceans)

NEXT WEEK

2/28
Black Market Brass - Undying Thirst (Colemine)
Caribou - Suddenly (Merge)
Robert Cray Band - That's What I Heard (Nozzle)
Five Finger Death Punch - F8 (Better Noise)
Four Year Strong - Brain Pain (Pure Noise)
Juiceboxxx - It's Easy To Feel Like A Nobody When You're Living In The City (Dangerbird)
Kevin Krauter - Full Hand (Bayonet)
Charles Lloyd - 8: Kindred Spirits (Live from The Lobero) (Blue Note)
The Orielles - Disco Volador (PIAS)
Polvo - reissues (Merge)
Katie Pruitt - Expectations (Rounder)
Real Estate - The Main Thing (Domino)
The Secret Sisters - Saturn Return (New West)
Soccer Mommy - Color Theory (Loma Vista)
Spinning Coin - Hyacinth (Domino)
Today is the Day - No Good to Anyone (BMG)
Tycho - Simulcast (Mom+Pop)
Wasted Shirt (Brian Chippendale + Ty Segall) - Fungus II (Famous Class)
ZZ Top - That Little Ol Band from Texas DVD (Eagle Rock)

COMING SOON - Pre-Order Now!

Pre-Orders can be made in person at the store or online, for local pickup enter "LOCAL" at checkout when asked for a discount code. On release day, we will have your order waiting, including any special goodies we might get.

King Krule - Man Alive (2/21)
Califone - Echo Mine (2/21)
Grimes - Miss Anthropocene (2/21)
Caribou - Suddenly (2/28)
Kevin Krauter - Full Hand (2/28)
Wasted Shirt (Brian Chippendale + Ty Segall) Fungus II (2/28)
U.S. Girls - Heavy Light (3/6)
Early Day Miners - Placer Found (3/13)
Jon Hassell - Vernal Equinox (3/20)
The Districts - You Know I'm Not Going Anywhere (3/20)
Bon Iver - Blood Bank DLX (3/27)
Knxwledge - 1988 (3/27)
Orion Sun - Hold Space For Me (3/27)
Nap Eyes - Snapshot of a Beginner (3/27)
Waxahatchee - Saint Cloud (3/27)
Born Ruffians - Juice (4/3)
Purity Ring - Womb (4/3)
Pottery - Welcome to Bobby's Motel (4/10)
Surfer Blood - Carefree Theatre (5/1)
Choir Boy - Gathering Swans (5/8)
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit - Reunions (5/15)

Upcoming Concerts

Tickets sold at Landlocked have a $1 service fee per ticket and are cash only. We sell tickets for advance sale shows for our neighbors The Bishop. Follow the links below for online sales.

2/26 - Ohmme
2/27 - Durand Jones & the Indications
2/29 - The Beach Boys
3/1 - Janis Ian + Livingston Taylor
3/5 - Bonnie Prince Billy + Jonathan Richman
3/7 - America
3/12 - Early Day Miners / Rodeola - FREE @ Landlocked
3/13 - Guster
3/22 - Josh Ritter
3/24 - Anna Burch
3/26 - Gordon Lightfoot
3/27 - Melissa Etheridge
4/2 - Kevin Krauter
4/4 - Black Belt Eagle Scout
4/15 - Tropical Fukc Storm
4/19 - Leo Kottke
4/22 - The Undercover Dream Lovers
4/23 - Parsonfield
4/28 - Willie Nelson
5/20 - Shawn Colvin
6/28 - Wynonna Judd & the Big Noise