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Sacred Bones Records (Record label)
Sacred Bones Records is an American record label from New York City, founded in 2007.
Sacred Bones Records in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 30.09.2016
More melodies, more blood, more pop: On her latest record, Jenny Hval is taking it easy. But Hval would not be Hval if she didn’t ask important questions, be it on the sideline.
Music − Review | posted 25.08.2016
There are powerful voices, sad and attractive ones. And then there is Annika Henderson’s voice. It’s a voice that enchants you through not telling you why it is enchanting.
Music − Review | posted 09.06.2015
The huge capitalistic clitoris is only one of many lyrical creations in the intro of »Apocalypse, girl«. What the fuck, you might ask – find out yourself.
Music − Review | posted 05.04.2018
Grapes From The Estate
“Grapes From The Estate” by Oren Ambarchi is a masterpiece of gentle reduction. It will now be reissued with a new mastering.
Music − Column | posted 22.08.2018
J Dilla – The Shining (2006)
»The Shining« was J Dilla’s first posthumous album. You get soul, you get funk, you get the tricky stuff, and you can also get this raw rap shit. You get the infinite forms of expression that J Dilla mastered. It’s a true classic.
Music − List | posted 05.04.2019
Record Store Day 2019
12 releases to look out for
We’ve searched through this year’s list of releases exclusively released for Record Store Day 2019 and put together a selection of twelve records that we’ve identified as possible highlights.
Music − Review | posted 15.03.2018
Finders Keepers releases the compilation »Musique Experimentale« from 1962 via their sublabel Cacophonic for the first time in a long time.
Music − Review | posted 09.03.2018
Yves de Mey
»Bleak Comfort«, the third album by Yves de Mey, has to be thought from the motion, maybe even from performance dance.