News Roundup: July 11

News / Preorders / July 11, 2018

‘Breaking Bad’ 10-year anniversary gets honored with new vinyl

In honor of the show’s 10-year anniversary, SpaceLab9 is releasing select music from Breaking Bad onto green and white vinyl. Dave Porter, composer, has selected the tracks, and you also get a remix of the main theme and the previously unreleased “Magnets.” FYE has the exclusive and it will also be available at SDCC.

Side A

  1. Breaking Bad Main Title Theme
  2. You’re All They Talk About
  3. The Missing Piece
  4. Eyeball in the Drawer
  5. Jane’s Demise
  6. The Long Walk Alone (Heisenberg’s Theme)
  7. Crawl Space

Side B

  1. Cleaning House
  2. Disassemble
  3. White House Visit
  4. Gas Can Rage
  5. The Morning After
  6. Magnets
  7. The Final Hat
  8. Dimple Pinch Neat

Advance Base signs to Run For Cover, releasing new LP

Chicago-based Advance Base has signed to Run For Cover Records and the new album, Animal Companionship, is up for preorder. See the pressing information below:

300 Black
500 Blue / White Marble
700 Blue

The album is being released on Sept. 21, also through Orindal Records.

Juliana Hatfield’s ‘Only Everything’ getting reissued

Through Run Out Groove, Juliana Hatfield’s 1995 album, Only Everything, is getting reissued onto vinyl. The pressing will be sourced from the original masters, while pressed on 180-gram wax.

The preorders taken will determine the run size.

Uniform’s ‘The Long Walk’ up for preorder

The new album from Uniform (a band that had two songs featured in the newest season of Twin Peaks), titled The Long Walk, is up for preorder at Sacred Bones. The deluxe edition is still available, limited to 300 copies on concrete gray vinyl and packaged in a screen-printed sleeve.

The album is being released on Aug. 17.


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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.

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