Over at Sacred Bones Records, you can now pick up their Record Store Day 2014 releases, which included David Lynch’s The Air Is On Fire and a compilation called Todo Muere Vol. 4. You can see the details of each below:
- David Lynch — The Air Is On Fire (12″, limited to 1,750, 100 copies left)
In early 2007, David Lynch was the subject of a retrospective art exhibition at Paris’ Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. Evocatively titled The Air is on Fire, it was notable for being the first major comprehensive exhibition of the avant-garde director’s paintings, photographs and drawings. It wasn’t strictly a visual affair; throughout the entire gallery’s two floors and four rooms, a pervasive, interactive soundscape escorted viewers through the work. That soundscape, which shares the name of the exhibition, was composed by Lynch and his collaborator, Dean Hurley, and it’s being issued for the first time on vinyl by Sacred Bones Records as a special Record Store Day release.
- Various Artists — Todo Muere Vol. 4 (12″)
Features that Pharmakon cover of Nancy Sintra’s “Bang Bang,” previews of the new Amen Dunes and Lust for Youth albums, and several previously unreleased tracks from Pop.1280, Föllakzoid, David Lynch, Marissa Nadler, and Zola Jesus.
Record Store Day was held on April 19th this year.
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