WHY? are releasing an expanded edition of last year's Moh Lhean, in the form of a vinyl 7" box set with remixes by Open Mike Eagle, Baths, Nick Diamonds, Paper Tiger, Deerhoof's Greg Saunier, Kishi Bashi, Astronautalis, and Ó & Bellows.
Jonah says, " All and all though, it’s been a pretty great year.....I mean, for stuff coming out. Nearly everything else about this year has been TERRIBLE. But! In hindsight, it could be not so bad. For all we know, 2017 could be THE WORST year we’ve ever known...and it’s shaping up to be that way too!"
The reissue includes the remastered album with never-before-released archival photos and an essay by frontman Nick Diamonds. They'll play the album in full in NYC and LA with a string section and special guests.
Last year, Nick Diamonds did the solo thing, but this year his band Islands is back for not one but two albums. To quote the press release, "Don't get it twisted: This is not a double album, nor is it a case of editing gone a...
The Unicorns' reunion was sadly short-lived, but both of the band's frontmen have remained busy with their solo projects. Alden Penner just wrapped up a tour, and Nick Diamonds (who you also know as Islands' frontman) just announced ...
This may be old news to you, especially if you're a Serial podcast-listening, indie rock expert who paid attention to the credits for the past 3+ months and heard Nick Thorburn's name and immediately recognized it as that guy also known as Nick Diamonds from Islands and the recently reunitedUnicorns...
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