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The Juan Maclean - In A Dream
The Juan Maclean - In A Dream
The Juan Maclean - In A Dream
The Juan Maclean - In A Dream

The Juan Maclean - In A Dream

$22.99

'In A Dream' is the third album from The Juan Maclean. If anything, this new LP is further evidence of the "undeniable creative chemistry between house music wizard Juan Maclean & vocalist / former LCD Soundsystem member Nancy Whang". (Pitchfork) The album takes its musical cues from Moroder's Munich to the Funky Nassau sounds of Compass Point and to anytime in downtown NYC.

An album of high anticipated, brand new material on the heels of The Juan Maclean's acclaimed club bangers from the last couple of years. Features singles "A Place Called Space" and "A Simple Design". Everyone that has heard the record loves the hell out of it, and I promise you will too. 

Tracklisting:

  1. A Place Called Space
  2. Here I Am
  3. Love Stops Here
  4. You Were A Runaway
  5. Running Back To You
  6. I've Waited So Long
  7. Charlotte
  8. A Simple Design
  9. The Sun Will Never Set On Our Love
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Sinkane - Mean Love
Sinkane - Mean Love

Sinkane - Mean Love

$17.99

It's soul music! A truly universal sound, uniting rhythm and styles from our world over to help you move, relate, and be. 

On the heels of a triumphant gig both performing and musical directing the live performances of "Atomic Bomb! The Music of William Onyeabor" in NYC, London, and LA (with guests like David Byrne, Damon Albarn, Luke from The Rapture, Dev Hynes, and Alexis from Hot Chip) we are super stoked to both announce and release the second Sinkane album on DFA. Ahmed and crew really knocked it out of the park on this one.

Tracklisting:

  1. How We Be
  2. New Name
  3. Yacha
  4. Young Trouble
  5. Moonstruck
  6. Mean Love
  7. Hold Tight
  8. Galley Boys
  9. Son
  10. Omdurman
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Shit Robot - From The Cradle To The Rave
Shit Robot - From The Cradle To The Rave

Shit Robot - From The Cradle To The Rave

$11.99 $27.99

The debut album from DFA Veteran Shit Robot, this classic double LP comes in an adorably illustrated gatefold sleeve, and features vocal contributions by James and Nancy of LCD, Planningtorock, Alexis from Hot Chip, and Juan Maclean. Highly recommended, you can't beat this price! Comes with a bonus CD copy AND an instant digital download. You have no excuse. **Please note that all remaining copies of this 12" have jackets that are not in mint condition.  

Tracklisting:

  1. Tuff Enuff?
  2. I Found Love
  3. Losing My Patience
  4. Take 'Em Up
  5. Grim Receiver
  6. Simple Things (Work It Out)
  7. Answering Machine
  8. I Got a Feeling
  9. Triumph!!!
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The Juan Maclean - The Future Will Come
The Juan Maclean - The Future Will Come

The Juan Maclean - The Future Will Come

$7.99 $16.99

Double LP with a bonus CD copy. Includes One Day and Happy House. Comes with an instant digital download.

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Shit Robot - We Got A Love
Shit Robot - We Got A Love

Shit Robot - We Got A Love

$14.99 $27.99

Double vinyl in a matte gatefold sleeve.

DFA Records is proud to present We Got a Love, the sophomore full-length by Shit Robot a.k.a. Dublin native Marcus Lambkin. Recorded in Germany and New York, the nine-track album includes the killer recent singles, “Feels Real” and “We Got a Love.” 

Like Lambkin’s 2010 debut From the Cradle to the Rave, We Got a Love sports an array of guests that include DFA veterans Nancy Whang, Museum of Love and Luke Jenner (The Rapture), plus hip-house hero Lidell Townsell and Australian singer Holly Backler. The album’s distinctive artwork was created in collaboration with Irish graffiti artist Maser.

 Track List:

  1. The Secret (Feat. Reggie Watts)
  2. Dingbat (Feat. Museum Of Love)
  3. Do That Dance (Feat. Nancy Whang)
  4. Do It (Right) [Feat. Lidell Townsell]
  5. Feels Real (Feat. Luke Jenner)
  6. Space Race
  7. Feels Like (Feat. Holly Backler)
  8. We Got A Love (Feat. Reggie Watts)
  9. Tempest
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Steal Yr DFA Shirt

Steal Yr DFA Shirt

from $25.00

Steal Yr DFA Shirt
Steal Yr DFA Shirt
Steal Yr DFA Shirt

Steal Yr DFA Shirt

$25.00

*FEW SIZES REMAIN* 

Fresh new Steal Yr DFA tees in fresh new colors – our first run of this shirt in three years, printed on Gildan SoftStyle ringspun cotton tees. Limited quantities, so order now. All pre-orders ship with new bolt logo stickers and our fall 2017 sampler CD. Once they're gone, they're gone!


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Sinkane - Mars
Sinkane - Mars

Sinkane - Mars

$16.99

DFA Debut of Ahmed Gallab (Of Montreal, Yeasayer, Caribou) housed in a heavy tip-on jacket with printed inner. Includes an instant digital copy.

Tracklisting:

  1. Runnin'
  2. Jeeper Creeper
  3. Lady C'mon
  4. Making Time
  5. Warm Spell
  6. Love Sick
  7. Mars
  8. Caparundi
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Slim Twig - Cannabis (Limited Edition 7")
Slim Twig - Cannabis (Limited Edition 7")
Slim Twig - Cannabis (Limited Edition 7")
Slim Twig - Cannabis (Limited Edition 7")

Slim Twig - Cannabis (Limited Edition 7")

$4.20

An edition of 200 7" singles in dead-stock leafy sleeves. Includes a digital copy in a few weeks, once we master it. Stay tuned.

Ahead of his forthcoming album for DFA Records this July, Slim Twig is sharing a very special cover of Serge Gainsbourg’s “Cannabis.” The ‘Cannabis’ 7” will ship on 4/20, ahem, April 20th and a free download of the “Cannabis” single will be available to stream at weedtransfer.com. The ‘Cannabis’ 7” follows A Hound At The Hem, released last year by DFA. As a concept album exploring the troubling and the taboo and themes like the transformative power of lust, A Hound At The Hem could be interpreted as an echolike response to Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Vannier's Histoire De Melody Nelson. Hear more about Slim Twig’s upcoming projects for DFA below: 

Happy 4/20. We’ve had a few pass by without a hint of any new Twig to pack pipe with. Not that the pot holiday has been synonymous with my work, but I’ve had an obsession these past few years trying to engineer tunes that might emulate the tactile engagement we feel with music when stoned, without having to spark up (not that it’ll hurt in any case). Today is as good a day as any to let you know those experiments will be released on DFA this year.

My cover of Serge Gainsbourg's ‘Cannabis’ composition is not emblematic of this technique. I’m not quite ready to unveil everything to you just yet. It lends itself better as a national anthem of where I’ve set up shop. Sometimes a feeling creeps up on you that words can’t transcend. My take on ‘Cannabis’ is a moment like this. 

I thank mister Gainsbourg for yet another cosmic assist. I also thank the U.S. Girl for her impassioned vocals, Steve Chahley for his master mixing and all the other wonderful collaborators who have helped to serve up my vision.

My forthcoming album is the kind of record that will ripen under the enhancement of your imagination. It is my hope that by imbibing the substance of this ‘Cannabis’ 7" you will find yourself in exactly the condition to appreciate what I’ve rolled up next.

As ever,

ST.

April 20th, 2015.

Toronto, Canada.

Track Listing:

  1. Cannabis
  2. Fadeout Killer (Intrumental)
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The Juan Maclean - Happy House
The Juan Maclean - Happy House

The Juan Maclean - Happy House

$10.00

Juan Maclean’s primary creative muse has always been equal parts electro-disco music and science fiction literature, mainly the American novelist Philip K. Dick. Juan’s vision of modern life, when explored on his 2005 debut album “Less Than Human”, was viewed through similar paranoid eyes.

But now it is almost 2008 and Juan is decidedly moving further away from his “Robot Phase” into a universe some may say is slightly more optimistic and relaxed in spirit. (He still worships Dick. He always will.) "Happy House" is the first evidence of this new direction - a winning combination of Nancy Whang’s effervescent vocals, the production and mixing work of the DFA and a brilliant and relentless dance pop anthem co-written by Nancy Whang and Juan Maclean.

It is clear time touring the world as a headline DJ has also had an impact. "Like many people I know, I had DJ'd a whole load of storming sets in the privacy of my bedroom. After leaving teaching (on the east coast) to once again make and perform music, I had the time and resources to begin DJ'ing regularly in a club scene that had become increasingly popular with indie kids. To me, playing live with the band and DJ'ing are very similar in terms of performance: they both involve an interaction with the audience in order to be done successfully." In the last few months alone, Juan’s tenure on the turntables has seen him spin in places as far apart as Dublin and Sao Paolo. Experiences like hearing his own music and watching people dance to it at leading clubs like Berlin’s Panorama Bar is now starting to inform his music as much as his oft-repeated set of core influences - Paperclip People, Derrick May, Throbbing Gristle, Cerrone, Boney M, and Giorgio Moroder.

For remix duties, Juan enlisted two New Yorkers - long time downtown DJ stalwart Prince Language has started to make more of a namefor himself internationally in the last year with remixes for the likes of The Rapture, Armand Van Helden, Joakim, Stateless, and The Droyds. Here, he turns in his best remix to date with its echoes of Mudd club era NYC and Konk's "Your Life."

Rong Music's Lee Douglas blew up dance floors across the globe in 2007 with his already classic "New York Story" single, which seamlessly morphed a classic disco sound into something uniquely modern and very much his own. Like Prince Language, Lee Douglas has also released a number of successful re-edits. His remix takes “Happy House” deeper into the cosmic disco / Italo realm.

Both remixes add a that special New York City flavor, making the Happy House single a dance tourist’s window into the state of downtown clubbing in what has always historically been THE worldwide capital for boogie. It is no longer as paranoid, as cold, as robotic. The hands are back in the air and Juan Maclean’s 4/4 beating heart may just be human after all.

Track List: 

  1. Happy House
  2. Happy House (Prince Language Dub)
  3. Happy House (Lee Douglas Remix)
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Shit Robot - Where It's At
Shit Robot - Where It's At

Shit Robot - Where It's At

$10.99

Limited edition of 600 light-green colored vinyl.

Shit Robot and DFA are psyched to release “Where It’s At” another in a long-running series of collaborations with the singer/comedian/television star Reggie Watts. Reggie Watts’ vocal performance runs the gamut of Chicago dance music history - from the gloom and melodrama of iconic label Wax Trax, to the jubilant choruses of Frankie Knuckles’ house anthems. But let’s not de-emphasize the solid instrumentation provided by Mr. Marcus ‘Shit Robot’ Lambkin – we’ve got that classic DFA bassline, claps, and bleeps and bloops aplenty – mixed and manipulated by none other than our own James Murphy. The flip features a remix by London producer Johnny Aux, who turns the track into a staticy, stripped down, raw Deep House banger, with hissing glimmers of icy cymbals peeking through the smog.

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The Juan Maclean - Less Than Human
The Juan Maclean - Less Than Human

The Juan Maclean - Less Than Human

$9.99

Man, it feels like I try to sell you guys everything on here by saying it's the "debut LP". Well, it is. I mean, first albums are usually the best, anyway. Includes such jams as Give Me Every Little Thing, Tito's Way, and my personal favorite, Dance With Me. Out of print and limited stock, 2xlp in generic disco jackets. It seems like we say that a lot too but it's true. So there.

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The Juan Maclean - One Day
The Juan Maclean - One Day

The Juan Maclean - One Day

$10.00

Oh, the jokes we had with the title of this song. Well, there's only one. "Juan Day". Anyway. The followup to Happy House, features Alex Frankel on backing vox. Includes an instant digital copy. 

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Still Going - Spaghetti Circus (Feat. Reggie Watts)
Still Going - Spaghetti Circus (Feat. Reggie Watts)

Still Going - Spaghetti Circus (Feat. Reggie Watts)

$5.99

Still Going is Liv Spencer and Eric Duncan - but this single is truly home to an all-star cast, including Reggie Watts on vocals, Andrew Raposo of Hercules and Love Affair & Midnight Magic on bass, TummyTouch's Tim Lee on keys, and The VLA's Jason Rabe on guitar.

"Spaghetti Circus" is a guitar-laced piano anthem that drives to kick-and-scream dancehall levels, while the B-side, "Untitled Love," takes the listener on a sunrise Euro-disco journey. Both cuts retain Still Going's progressive magic that was originally featured on their now-classic debut "Still Going Theme / On and On."

Tracklisting:

  1. Spaghetti Circus
  2. Untitled Love
  3. Untitled Love (Instrumental)
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Still Going - Theme
Still Going - Theme

Still Going - Theme

$5.99

Still Going is the combination of two NYC dance music leaders—Eric “Dunks” Duncan of Rub ’n’ Tug and Olivier Spencer of Manthraxx and Mr. Negative.

You know this track from James n' Pat's Fabric Mix, Prins Thomas' BBC 1 Essential Mix, and probably a billion other places. One of our classic 12"s, back in stock.

Tracklisting:

  1. Still Going Theme
  2. On and On
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Sinkane x Peaking Lights - Mean Dub
Sinkane x Peaking Lights - Mean Dub

Sinkane x Peaking Lights - Mean Dub

$12.99

Approaching a busy festival season, including a performance at Glastonbury Festival this weekend plus Womad and Meltdown later in the summer, Sinkane has joined forces with Peaking Lights for a 12” EP release entitled Mean Dub, to be released on August 21st via DFA/City Slang.

 With a magical dub overhaul unique to Peaking Lights, Aaron Coyes has given a bass rich enhancement of four original Sinkane songs from last year’s celebrated album Mean Love.
 
Including stand-out tracks and BBC 6Music favorites "Hold Tight" and "How We Be," there is also special attention given to one of the band's signature live jams "Galley Boys," a song that succinctly explores the spiritual overlap of reggae and country western music with floating pedal steel atop a heavy reggae beat.
 
Combined with Peaking Lights' dub aesthetic, there is perhaps no finer example of the stylistic multiverse for which Sinkane is known, than this version of "Yacha." It is the first taster from this 34 minute EP.
 
The two bands met whilst on tour with The Atomic Bomb Band (the William Onyeabor tribute project for which Gallab acts as music director), and quickly developed a mutual admiration for each others work.
 
Dub is the epitome of music to me”, says Sinkane’s Ahmed Gallab. “It's the concept of re-defining, re-appropriating, and re-interpreting an idea. Putting a different spin on something that already exists. It's collaboration and renovation. I've always wanted someone to make dubs of Sinkane songs and these Peaking Lights joints have come out really beautifully and have shed an amazing new light and energy on our music. We can’t thank Aaron enough for these jams and the amount of work he has put into them."
 
Aaron of Peaking Lights commented: “Sinkane are such a pleasure to tour with! When I first heard Mean Love I was blown away by it's soulful psychedelia - not just a wash of reverb and delay psychedelic, but literally a new mind expanding approach to songwriting… Then I got into the stems to do the dub, and the fire within was lit!
 
Ahmed’s voice is amazing! Jaytram’s drums and Ish’s bass are fully locked in, and Johnny is a straight up shredder on guitar. I'm really, really happy with how these turned out, I hope you dig’em too. I hope I kept enough of the original essence that was already so beautifully laid out and freaked out enough for your trip.
 
Enjoy, brothers and sisters!"
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Slim Twig - A Hound At The Hem
Slim Twig - A Hound At The Hem

Slim Twig - A Hound At The Hem

$15.99

We have 100 copies on pink vinyl out of a total pressing of 600. Comes in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with lyrics. Totally beautiful. We'll have photos soon. 

Purchasing now gives you an instant digital download of "Maintain The Charade".

Slim Twig is the name of a man, not of a band - though he has performed in many a group, some under his
own moniker. Boasting a catalogue several underthe- radar releases deep, the Toronto native lays claim to a
tremendously original work with his orchestrallyinflected, art rock album, A Hound At The Hem. Self-produced in the fall, 2010, Hound is a suite of narrative songs thematically inspired by Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita. DFA is privileged to reissue this album in advance of the release of Twig’s newest works.

Upon completing AHATH in 2010, Twig struggled to find wide release for it due to its uncompromising textural onslaught and disregard for genre. This course of events set the stage for the composition and release of Sof’ Sike, a somewhat more conventional set of pop songs released on Paper Bag Records, in 2012. The title of that work refers to Twig’s own conception of Hound as the hard-psych flipside to his work of that period.

Recorded on Toronto Island in collaboration with fellow Torontonian, Louis Percival, the album features string arrangements by Owen Pallett, and other collaborators including Meg Remy (U.S. Girls), Carl Didur (Zacht Automaat), and the St. Kitts Quartet.

As a conceptalbum exploring the troubling and the taboo and themes like the transformative power of lust, AHATH can be interpreted as an echolike response to Serge Gainsbourg and JeanClaude Vannier’s Histoire De Melody Nelson. Most of all, AHATH poses the question; where next for Slim Twig, this promising and original auteur?

  1. Heavy Splendour
  2. Clerical Collar
  3. Widow Were You Younger
  4. Shroud By The Sheetful
  5. All This Wanting
  6. Hover On A Sliver
  7. Maintain The Charade
  8. Blonde Ascending (Come Into The Clatter)

 

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Shit Robot - Where It's At (Stamped White Label)
Shit Robot - Where It's At (Stamped White Label)

Shit Robot - Where It's At (Stamped White Label)

$11.99

Limited edition of 100 black vinyl.
Get this hot new Shit Robot track early, on white label vinyl! Ships now! You'll get wavs and mp3s on April 28th, when the track is commercial released. 
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Slim Twig - Thank You For Stickin' With Twig
Slim Twig - Thank You For Stickin' With Twig

Slim Twig - Thank You For Stickin' With Twig

$15.99

PREORDER ITEM ARRIVES AROUND AUGUST 7TH. LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES ON METALLIC GOLD VINYL. 

Includes digital copy on release day, and instant digital downloads of new tracks Slippin' Slidin' and Cannabis. 

Thank You For Stickin’ With Twig is the latest long-playing album from the artist known to the world (or at least to his mother) as Slim Twig. Coming out August 7, 2015 on DFA, you may be surprised to know that it represents the fifth album by the Toronto based songwriter / producer. Twig has released these previous records among a swath of EP’s, singles and one-offs, displaying in the process a complete disregard for genre or consistency. The evolution from Contempt!, his sample-stained 2009 debut, through to A Hound At The Hem, his symphonic tribute album to Nabokov’s Lolita (reissued by DFA in 2014), is not entirely linear, although intriguing all the same. Like so many surf-smoothed stones lining the beach shore, briefly unburied only to be discarded once deemed un-skippable, so Twig has gone about seeking the proper rock to cast at just the right angle. One can see why he extends a gratuity to those listeners who've stuck around.

In what form then, do we now find the twenty-six-year old, self-proclaimed ‘wah wah master’? His record reissued last year was completed in 2011. So one might reasonably ask, what has Twig done since? After producing two albums for U.S. Girls (U.S. Girls on Kraak in 2011, Gem in 2012), and scoring two films (Sight Unseen & We Come As Friends (winner of a Special Jury Award at Sundance, among numerous other accolades), Twig found himself in 2013 at a creative impasse re: his own songwriting. He had been through full band incarnations live and on record. They featured a cast of Toronto heavies (members of Zacht Automaat, etc...). He briefly performed Slim Twig sets as a duo, featuring multimedia artist and musician, Meg Remy (U.S. Girls). They performed sets that combined versions of Twig’s released songs with freely structured improvisations, samples, and brightly melodic, synth textures. Something in this combination of the pop-minded and the cerebrally-produced has rubbed off on the recordings found on Twig’s latest.

Thank You For Stickin’ With Twig is to date the most sonically immersive album in Twig’s discography. Where some records have focused explicitly on sample-based songwriting, while others have been completely live-recorded, the new album arrives at a perfectly produced fusion of fidelities. It hovers, glamorously caught between a cloud of obscurant, half-speed tape hiss, and the most stoned Jeff Lynne production you’ve ever heard. Twig flirts here with a variety of vibes, most often opting for a three dimensional approach whereby a warped tape aura is overlaid with colourful, laser-cut keyboard and guitar melodies. A fetishization of analogue texture is married to a digital approach. All the while, we find Twig irreverently raiding classic rock of its symbolism, sexuality, and social ambition for ulterior subversions. In this respect, TYFSWT's closest cousin may be Royal Trux's Accelerator

Opening cut, 'Slippin Slidin’, establishes itself as a cock rock analogue to Kanye West’s similarly phallic 'On Sight', the bravura Yeezus introduction. We are welcomed by a blast of synth noise, soon followed by sexually agitated lyrics (supported by Meg Remy, whose vocals are featured prominently on much of the record) atop a deafening beat, distorted and sleazy. The immensity of the production (achieved in collaboration with co-producer Anthony Nemet and mixer Steve Chahley) represents an evolution of Twig’s approach, sustained at a fever pitch throughout the album.

'A Woman’s Touch (It’s No Coincidence)' is a song sympathizing with the perspective of the Beatles’ wives. The song production sounds like a fusion of dub and baroque pop as played by the cartoon band in the Yellow Submarine movie. Many of the songs play referential sonic games like this, discursively incorporating familiar melodies, production styles or ideas (a fuzzy ballad on wage inequality is cheekily titled ‘Textiles On Mainstreet’), only to pair them with incongruous textures or themes. 'Live In, Live On Your Era', a song encouraging an embrace of one’s own cultural circumstance, is consciously styled as the most ‘retro’ sounding cut on the album (Jimmy Page leads and all), seemingly upending the lyrical content. On and on, the jokes and meta-sonic rock commentary continue like so many Zappa-esque indulgences. 

The centrepiece of the album is composed of two songs sharing the middle of the running time. 'Roll Red Roll (Song For Steubenville)', titled after the football chant of the eponymous town’s high school team, eulogizes the tragedy of the young girl who was the tabloid subject of group sexual abuse (by said football team). Its opening - the most tranquil, dreamy instrumental passage on the record - is harshly interrupted by a mass of pitch-shifted martial drums and wildly panned, distorted fuzz lines. The disturbed atmosphere composes a sonic poem, detailing a narrative through a combination of sound and oblique lyrics (‘Everyone will love / everyone will love / the way you fold / Roll Red Roll’). Side B opens with 'Fog Of Sex (N.S.I.S)'. A cinematic fusion of plastic soul and flute score-for-horror-film, it comprises TYFSWT’s funkiest recording. With voicings from both Twig and Remy, sung from the perspective of someone unwilling to commit to a single gender identity, the song makes overt the album’s subliminal motive. Instability is addressed from a disenfranchised perspective (perhaps as a metaphor for the music itself, which refuses to stabilize or stay put). Twig himself has referred to his ambition of making “a protest album as obscured by smoke” (and what kind of smoke, we wonder?). In swift combination, these two songs make good on that claim. The lyrical voices here take on an (at times) humorously proletarian tone (‘I work a shift, just up the street / cleaning semen off of seats / it’s a way for ends to meet’) that is alien in the contemporary rock landscape, dominated as it is by reheated garage and psych leftovers. 

The album closes with a triumphantly grandiose cover of Serge Gainsbourg’s instrumental ‘Cannabis’ (released as a 7” single on 4/20, and deliberately echoing Twig’s first LP for DFA, which openly shared its Gainsbourgian debt). The aim is somewhat clearer now. Slim Twig’s latest modulation of voice is to re-contextualize an era of ambition in produced rock music, dislodging the hackneyed and clichéd in the process. Sonically and politically, his aim is to be a rock n’ roll subversive in an era where that claim should rightfully be made by luddite cave-people. Context is everything, and Twig’s gift may be in zeroing in on that. He collages his sounds together (here as eclectic as The Love Below, or any Beck album) in a continuum where pop criticism is always recycling through what it chooses to lend cultural currency, if only for an instant. As of now, he’s sized up rock n’ roll, and determined it seems as good as any other vessel to commandeer for his creative impulse. Power to him. Rock may be dumb as a stone, but even so, now and then it’s smart to be dumb.

 

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The Juan Maclean - Tito's Way
The Juan Maclean - Tito's Way

The Juan Maclean - Tito's Way

$10.00 $11.99

2x12" single of Juan's breakout classic "Tito's Way", featuring a massive 11-plus minute remix from Linstrøm + Prins Thomas, plus additional edits from Reverso 68, and Booka Shade.
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The Crystal Ark - The City Never Sleeps
The Crystal Ark - The City Never Sleeps

The Crystal Ark - The City Never Sleeps

$3.99 $9.99

The debut Crystal Ark 12", a widescreen epic for sure. Features the original and instrumental. Comes with an instant digital download. 

Track List: 

  1. The City Never Sleeps
  2. The City Never Sleeps (Instrumental)
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