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Museum Of Love - After Us / Look Of Disgust 7"
Museum Of Love - After Us / Look Of Disgust 7"
Museum Of Love - After Us / Look Of Disgust 7"
Museum Of Love - After Us / Look Of Disgust 7"
Museum Of Love - After Us / Look Of Disgust 7"
Museum Of Love - After Us / Look Of Disgust 7"

Museum Of Love - After Us / Look Of Disgust 7"

$14.98

Please welcome back to the program Museum Of Love, the erstwhile duo of Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany who have returned to the DFA fold with a perfect 7”, two songs like two sides of a coin.

"After Us" is a simple, buoyant pop song heavily tempered by warnings of a bleak future. The old "sugar with the medicine" approach. 

"Look Of Disgust" is its perfect foil. A notty, almost industrial sounding wind up that ends just like a slap in the face.

Both songs were mixed by Nick Millhiser and mastered by Bob Weston. Purple vinyl pressed at Third Man Pressing in Detroit, MI.

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Fernando - I Got, She's Got 12"
Fernando - I Got, She's Got 12"
Fernando - I Got, She's Got 12"
Fernando - I Got, She's Got 12"

Fernando - I Got, She's Got 12"

$15.98

Fernando Pulichino's slinky, syrupy dance floor records have been cycling through DFA DJ bags for years, so it was only a matter of time until he made an official appearance on company letterhead. The OG version of "I Got, She's Got" which appears here on B2 is a romping, howl-at-the-moon burner, but it's the remix that really goes and notched the A1 placement at 45RPM. Between the two, is another bomb, "She's Playing With Fire." All three tracks are weapons, trust us.

Mastered and cut by Bob Weston and pressed at Furnace Record Pressing in Alexandria, VA.

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LCD Soundsystem - pow pow (idjut boys remix) 12"
LCD Soundsystem - pow pow (idjut boys remix) 12"

LCD Soundsystem - pow pow (idjut boys remix) 12"

$15.98

From the depths of the DFA vault (really just an assortment of poorly organized hard drives of varying vintages), we found this gem, a version of “pow pow” made all squirrely by master squirrels the Idjut Boys.

Why we kept this a secret for 14 years will forever remain a mystery. It’s a distant cousin of the original - vocals gone, drums looped out, squelch and delay coming down like rain. A real chugger.

What better to pair it with, then, than Rub-N-Tug’s remix of “too much love,” long out of print from its original pressing in 2005 and still a complete monster meant for dark rooms and cranked up smoke machines. It lives on wax once again, now with a likeminded buddy.

Both tracks were recut at 45RPM by Bob Weston and pressed with care by the good humans at Third Man Pressing in Detroit, MI. Hand-stamped here at DFA and limited to 1000 pieces.


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Dickie Landry - Hang The Rich 12"
Dickie Landry - Hang The Rich 12"
Dickie Landry - Hang The Rich 12"
Dickie Landry - Hang The Rich 12"
Dickie Landry - Hang The Rich 12"
Dickie Landry - Hang The Rich 12"

Dickie Landry - Hang The Rich 12"

$14.98

Dickie Landry has blown many minds around the world in his lengthy career as a jazz and avant-garde saxophonist of the highest regard. He was a founding member of the Phillip Glass Ensemble and (according to Wikipedia lore) introduced Paul Simon to zydeco, one of the indigenous sounds of his native southern Louisiana. Rarely, though, does Dickie’s saxophone make you want to get up and dance like a crazy person.



Such is the effect of “Hang The Rich,” a nugget of slinky, ecstatic punk-funk that was until recently completely lost to the sands of time. Recorded in 1986 (or thereabouts) in New Orleans, it’s the kind of song that compels you to move any which way you can, drunk on indignation.

The track came to DFA via LCD Soundsystem's Korey Richey, who knows Dickie from back home in Louisiana.

After a lengthy search, we located the original tapes in a storage locker somewhere in the Southeast and finally were able to get a clean, quality transfer done here at DFA HQ.

From there, we only had one person in mind for a more DJ-friendly edit: Glasgow’s JD Twitch, one half of Optimo and a selector of similarly puckish spirit. Twitch’s ability to place older, skronkier sounds in a modern dance floor context are unmatched, and his edit hard and jagged before opening up into those beautiful rapturous moments that make the original so goddamn special.

Written and produced by Dickie Landry
Engineered by Shelton Skerrett
Additional engineering by Korey Richey
Soprano saxophones and Roland Jupiter 4 by Dickie Landry
Vocals by Evelyn Erhard
Percussion by Billy Ware
Drums by Ricky Sebastian
Mastered and cut at 45RPM by Bob Weston
Pressed at MPO
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Naum Gabo - F. Lux LP
Naum Gabo - F. Lux LP
Naum Gabo - F. Lux LP
Naum Gabo - F. Lux LP

Naum Gabo - F. Lux LP

$24.98

"A merciless triumph" - The Wire

You must surrender. Because if you’ve followed Naum Gabo over the past 15 years - across various 12-inches, styles, and notable labels - and you’re listening to “F. Lux,” their first proper album, then you’re probably wondering how you wound up here, all the way down, barely able to see through the brain-clogging atmosphere and towering low-end.

“F. Lux” is deep, enthralling listen, alternating between moments of pounding, world-ending techno (“Schinokapsala” and “This 1¨º∆”) and sharply imagined, surrealist scenes painted with metallic machines ("Aora" and "Haerstag"). There is light to be found in the darkness, but the only way out is through.

Naum Gabo are Glasgow’s Jonnie Wilkes (also known as one-half of DJ duo Optimo) and James Savage (prolific mastering engineer). F. Lux was written and produced entirely by them at their Glasgow Hottrax Studios and mastered by James Savage. The album's front cover artwork is a painting by cherished Scottish painter, Andrew Cranston. The vinyl was pressed at MPO in France using lacquers cut by Bob Weston in Chicago.

1. Aora
2. Tols
3. Schinokapsala
4. Hebust Cometh
5. Haerstag
6. This 1¨º∆
7. Nothing In My Hand
8. Parasymptofelia

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Jayson Green & The Jerk - Local Jerk / I Need Love 12"
Jayson Green & The Jerk - Local Jerk / I Need Love 12"
Jayson Green & The Jerk - Local Jerk / I Need Love 12"
Jayson Green & The Jerk - Local Jerk / I Need Love 12"
Jayson Green & The Jerk - Local Jerk / I Need Love 12"
Jayson Green & The Jerk - Local Jerk / I Need Love 12"

Jayson Green & The Jerk - Local Jerk / I Need Love 12"

$15.98

The DFA debut from longtime family member Jayson Green also marks the return of the classic DFA twelve-inch. Maybe it actually stands for Dying Formats Always?

Jay’s sung in a lot of bands. Like, a lot. Panthers, Violent Bullshit, Cheeseburger, and the legendary hardcore band Orchid. There are probably more. He’s always been smart and hilarious, never quite cynical though always quick to point out the absurd.

Now in a bandleader role, he’s delivered us a classic a-side in “Local Jerk,” which sounds like a party because it was actually recorded during one: tight disco drums, big claps, a neck-rolling baseline, horns, and group vocals. You can literally hear the bottles clinking.

The head trip is the b-side, “I Need Love,” which is a most terrifying, ridiculous piece of nightlife satire.

CREDITS

Produced by W. Andrew Raposo and James Murphy
Mixed by James Murphy for the DFA
Mixing Assisted by Korey Richey
Mastered and Cut by Robert “Sparklebear” Weston at Chicago Mastering Service
Pressed at Furnace Recording Pressing in Alexandria, VA

"Local Jerk"
Gang Vocals by Emma Kadar-Penner, Stevie Levy, Mary Meyer, Nancy Whang, and Monika Heidemann
Additional Production, Drums and Bass Guitar by Nick Millhiser
Additional Bass Guitar and Rhythm Guitar by W. Andrew Raposo
Lead Guitar by James Murphy
Percussion by Caito Sanchez
Saxophone and Flute by Matt Parker
Trumpet by Carter Yasutake
Spiritually Consulted by Al Doyle

"I Need Love"
Vocals by Jayson Green
Drum Programming and Bass Guitar by W. Andrew Raposo
Additional Drum Programming, Sequencers, Synths and Piano by David Mason
Guitars by Byron Kalet
Saxophone by Matt Parker

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Abby Echiverri - Deformation 12"
Abby Echiverri - Deformation 12"
Abby Echiverri - Deformation 12"
Abby Echiverri - Deformation 12"

Abby Echiverri - Deformation 12"

$13.00

We've got copies of the new, wonderfully trippy techno 12" from Abby Echiverri (LCD Soundsystem / The Bunker), out on Berlin's Patterns of Perception label.

We have copies here in NYC, so it's a reasonable shipping for us North Americans!

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Abby Echiverri joins the Patterns of Perception imprint with Deformation, a diverse collection of playfully psychedelic techno tracks infused with a radiant cosmic energy.

Produced in 2021-22, Abby drew inspiration from the captivating physics simulations her partner was working on at the time, ultimately imbuing the music with an ethereal atmosphere that permeates the entire EP, and from which the tracks derive their names.

PTN03 presents a cohesive yet diverse collection of tracks, blending psychedelic energy with delicate and profound moments. Abby's music carries an almost hopeful quality, with drum programming that leans towards groove and shuffle, and the incorporation of diminished chords and progressions that pose questions to the listener.

Deformation is an intricate record that showcases Abby Echiverri's distinctive, three-dimensional approach to techno: one that never feels oppressive, but calls to mind a sense of exploration and freedom.

All tracks written and produced by Abby Echiverri
Mastering by Andreas Maan
Original artwork by Ray Pham

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Stuart Bogie - Morningside LP
Stuart Bogie - Morningside LP
Stuart Bogie - Morningside LP
Stuart Bogie - Morningside LP
Stuart Bogie - Morningside LP

Stuart Bogie - Morningside LP

$32.98

You’ve heard Stuart Bogie before because he’s played saxophone, clarinet, and flute on a lot of records. TV On The Radio, Foals, Sharon Van Etten, Beth Orton, Run the Jewels, Antibalas, the list goes on and on and on.

We connected with Stuart during the early clutches of COVID through Korey Richey, DFA Studios engineer and LCD Soundsystem band member. 

Stuart had been cooped up in the apartment that he shared with his partner, Karyn, and their family. It was Karyn who suggested a restless Stuart start playing clarinet on Instagram Live every morning, a ritual he kept for 150 straight days. Along the way, he solicited drones and other sounds from his friends as accompaniment.

Korey asked James if he had anything lying around that might fit. Uncharacteristically, James said yes. There was this long, plaintive drone of treated piano made sometime in the 90s that he’d just found. And another similarly droning but slightly darker organ piece made for an installation in the mid-2000s. Stuart played over both in separate sessions, improvising these beautiful, delicate clarinet runs for the sheltered, live-streaming few.

We listened back to the recordings in the office and couldn’t shake how great they were. They felt like a decompression valve, relief from the persistent, creeping apocalypse. They deserved a more meaningful existence than that of a shitty MP3. 

So, Stuart came into DFA and recorded them properly. This time Korey ran him through a stack of delay units that stretched and smeared that clarinet into each drone until they were one bewildering whole. Each recording clocked in at roughly twenty minutes - perfect side-long lengths. It all fell into place so naturally.

“Morningside” is the name of the album. Two tracks on two sides. Produced by Korey and James, mixed by James, mastered and cut by Bob. It’s out October 27. You can listen to a few snippets of each side and pre-order the vinyl below. (Since it’s only two “songs,” we aren’t releasing anything officially beforehand.)

A final, but important note: the cover features a detail of a photograph called “The Burial Vault” by the excellent photographer Gregory Crewdson, taken from his recent series “Eveningside.” (The full photograph is featured on a printed insert inside the record package.) A few months earlier, Gregory was finishing what would become “Eveningside” and asked James (a friend) if he might, y’know, have anything lying around. A video was being made about the work and music was needed. James sent these recordings, which evidently sort of stopped Gregory in his tracks. And just like that another piece of the puzzle fell into place. The connection was so natural that Stuart also finally found the title he’d been searching for (until that point, we’d been calling the record simply “Clarinet and Delay.”)

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CREDITS
Produced by James Murphy for the DFA & Korey Richey
Mixed by James Murphy
Mastered by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service
Clarinet recorded by Korey Richey at DFA Studios, Brooklyn, NY on November 6, 2022

“Morningside” treated piano recorded at DFA Recording, Manhattan, 2009 originally for an installation at Palais De Tokyo, Paris, in October 2009. Engineered by Matt Thornley and James Murphy.

“Eveningside” feedback and organ recorded sometime in 1993 at Plantain Recording House, Brooklyn, originally for a video art installation. Engineered by James Murphy.

Album art direction by Sam Duke
Cover and insert photograph by Gregory Crewdson, The Burial Vault,
2021-2022, Digital pigment print, image size: 34.5 x 46 in. © Gregory Crewdson

Pressed at Citizen Vinyl in Asheville, NC.

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Shit Robot - 5 Songs EP
Shit Robot - 5 Songs EP
Shit Robot - 5 Songs EP
Shit Robot - 5 Songs EP
Shit Robot - 5 Songs EP
Shit Robot - 5 Songs EP

Shit Robot - 5 Songs EP

$19.98

Marcus Lambkin aka Shit Robot is, in many ways, as pure DFA as anyone else. He’s been here since before the beginning, a centrifugal force pulling everyone together, an anchor of no-nonsense style and humor that is as core to our being as the fucking lightning bolt.

We’ve put out a lot of Shit Robot records. They’re all great. But it’s been a minute since the last one. (Life happens.)

Earlier this year, the drought ended when Marcus sent some demos he’d been toiling away on in the attic. We loved them immediately. They were raw and rudimentary tracks that felt completely unbothered with where they might fit in and what year it was. They were sharp and smart, the sound of the party where we wanted to be. 

He went to Al Doyle’s place in London to finish them off, and then James mixed everything here at DFA. Bob mastered it, naturally. Somewhere along the way, Suzi Horn from Prinzhorn Dance School and Mutado Pintado from Warmduscher added two incredible vocals as only they could.

It’s 5 Songs, both the name of it and the thing itself. Nominative determinism. 5 complete belters.

CREDITS
Marcus Lambkin: synths, drums, and vocals
Al Doyle: additional synthesizers
Kenny Space: electric bass
Recorded at the No Hassle Castle in Riet by Marcus Lambkin and RAE in London by Al Doyle
Additional recording at DFA Studios in Brooklyn by Korey Richey
Mixed by James Murphy for the DFA
Mastered by Robert "Sparklebear" Weston
Photography and hair by Mary Lambkin
A DFA Design product

Pressed at Citizen Vinyl in Asheville, NC

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The Rapture - Echoes LP
The Rapture - Echoes LP
The Rapture - Echoes LP
The Rapture - Echoes LP
The Rapture - Echoes LP

The Rapture - Echoes LP

$32.98

The album that, in many ways, started it all. Repressed for the first time since its release in 2003.

Produced by James Murphy and Tim Goldsworthy for the DFA.

Pressed at Citizen Vinyl in Asheville, NC from lacquers cut by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service.

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LIGHT ASYLUM - LIGHT ASYLUM LP
LIGHT ASYLUM - LIGHT ASYLUM LP
LIGHT ASYLUM - LIGHT ASYLUM LP
LIGHT ASYLUM - LIGHT ASYLUM LP
LIGHT ASYLUM - LIGHT ASYLUM LP

LIGHT ASYLUM - LIGHT ASYLUM LP

$35.98

  • Lacquer cut by Bob Weston
  • Pressed with love by real humans at Citizen Vinyl in Asheville, NC
  • Single LP in a gatefold jacket, printed insert, and 24" x 36" fold out poster

In 2012, LIGHT ASYLUM - part of the larger DFA family tree, featuring the superhuman vocalist Shannon Funchess, who sang on stage with LCD at MSG the year prior, and her then collaborator Bruno Coviello - released their self-titled debut album. It remains widely streaming, but for whatever reason has flown under the radar since those in between days. The notable exception is Discogs, where vinyl copies have been selling for like $200. When revisiting the record a few years ago, wondering as we always did how a track like “A Certain Person” never became a Very Big Song, given that it would make even the coldest, crabbiest heart burst into flames, we were confronted with this imbalance and felt compelled to act.

That LIGHT ASYLUM found a sort of rarefied status makes sense. It’s the kind of record cherished by Those Who Know: perfectly crafted, spiritually commanding synth-pop with a voice that sounds like some kind of goth oracle from beyond. It’s simply too good to remain out of print.

This version was pressed at Citizen Vinyl in Asheville, NC from lacquers cut by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service. The package includes all of the original art - gatefold jacket, printed insert, 24” x 36” fold-out poster - with a slightly tweaked cover: where there were once three different shots of Shannon, now there is only one, definitive version.

 

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The Juan MacLean - Happy House (Matthew Dear V Audion Remix) 12"
The Juan MacLean - Happy House (Matthew Dear V Audion Remix) 12"
The Juan MacLean - Happy House (Matthew Dear V Audion Remix) 12"
The Juan MacLean - Happy House (Matthew Dear V Audion Remix) 12"

The Juan MacLean - Happy House (Matthew Dear V Audion Remix) 12"

$17.98

A understated and yet epic remix we left to the digital wilderness got pressed up by our good friend Damian Harris and his new label Vicious Charm. Only a handful (seriously, just a handful) of copies available here for our North American contingent.

Here's what he says...

"Originally releases in 2009 Happy House by The Juan Maclean had a lot of remixes…
The Matthew Dear v Audion Remix was number 10.
This is the only explanation I can find of why it slipped under the radar
For me it is one of the finest 10:29 of mid tempo club music ever.
The joyous vocals of Nancy Whang with added funk, edge & euphoria…

Rathe than get ANOTHER remix I asked Mark E to rework it. He delivered a stunning soulful version already championed by Gilles Peterson & Erol Alkan."

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Tyler Pope - Make Each Other Happy EP
Tyler Pope - Make Each Other Happy EP
Tyler Pope - Make Each Other Happy EP
Tyler Pope - Make Each Other Happy EP
Tyler Pope - Make Each Other Happy EP

Tyler Pope - Make Each Other Happy EP

$17.98

Tyler's newest EP on his own Interference Pattern Records, mixed by the mighty Dennis Bovell.

We got a box for the North Americans looking to avoid insane per-item shipping.

Special die cut sleeve designed by Lenny Vigden.

Four tracks of percussive madness.

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LCD Soundsystem - Bye Bye Bayou 12"
LCD Soundsystem - Bye Bye Bayou 12"
LCD Soundsystem - Bye Bye Bayou 12"
LCD Soundsystem - Bye Bye Bayou 12"
LCD Soundsystem - Bye Bye Bayou 12"

LCD Soundsystem - Bye Bye Bayou 12"

$17.98

A cover of the almighty Alan Vega tune recorded during the This Is Happening sessions, original released in 2009, never repressed for whatever reason (life?), and played live exactly five times:

  • 1x at MSG in 2011
  • 1x at the Panorama Festival in NYC in 2016 (right after Alan died)
  • 3x at the Brooklyn Steel 2022 residency

Figured since it's back in the rotation, it was worth a repress.

Four color print on a reverse board sleeve.

Poly-lined inner.

Cut by Bob Weston at 45RPM. Pressed at IRP in Bordentown, NJ.

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The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP
The Clouds - The Clouds LP

The Clouds - The Clouds LP

$61.98

LIMITED TO 250 COPIES WORLDWIDE

FIRST-EVER VINYL RELEASE OF A LITTLE-HEARD CULT RELEASE FROM THE EARLY 2000S

REMASTERED AND CUT AT 45RPM BY BOB WESTON.

ORIGINAL GRAMMY-NOMINATED ARTWORK TRANSPOSED BY MIKE VADINO.

SINGLE LP HOUSED IN A CRAFT STOCK GATEFOLD WITH A TIPPED-IN FOLD-OUT FEATURING LYRICS, LINER NOTES, AND PHOTOS. PLUS A FUZZY CLOUD ON THE FRONT. (YES, IT'S EXPENSIVE. IT COST A LOT TO MAKE THEM THIS WAY!)

“no, you can’t take them was a dfa office staple for the better part of 10 years. we were hungover and cynical, but this song always got through to a very human part of every one of us. kids listing what you can’t take with you when you die: a basketball. a radio. a clarinet. my mom. it’s a great DJ set ender, too, repeating “all you take is love”—like a lost track making weirds on mushrooms weep at the loft or something, but new and vital. the entire record is filled with moments like this. darkness and light? how will i know? it’s impossible not to care about this music.” 

- James Murphy

In 2003, The Coleman Center, an Alabama non-profit arts organization, welcomed Stuart Hyatt as an artist-musician in residence. The center, which encourages and supports projects that engage and reflect the unique surrounding community, invited Hyatt to explore local music.

Four weeks later, he emerged with The Clouds.

Hyatt, reckoning with the notion of mortality, had written and recorded songs with a variety of local citizens, social groups, and schoolchildren.

The result is a record that is plainly, if not stylistically, Americana - a patchwork of voices sown together by some simple songs about the one thing we all experience.

The original release was super DIY - Hyatt’s grandparents helped him assemble the packaging, which also somehow managed to score a Grammy nomination in the category. A copy of the CD somehow wound up in the DFA offices, where it was shared and beloved but still sat until 2020, when we decided it may finally be worth trying to re-release on vinyl.

That process took two years and an insane attention to detail, but the final product is part and parcel with the original project - a unique document of a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration.

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Asa Moto - Martino EP
Asa Moto - Martino EP

Asa Moto - Martino EP

$14.98

Side A: Connexion à Liege / Cacao
Side B: Missing Teeth / Veleda / In My Body
Since debuting on Soulwax’s imprint, DEEWEE in 2016, the Belgian duo have steadily released a series of acclaimed EPs across the last five years.

Now, on 'Martino' EP, Asa Moto’s analogue mastery is on full display, pushing the production boundaries of their expansive collection of equipment. First track ‘Connexion à Liege’, a song about a night drive from Ghent to Liège, combines trippy delays and lush vocoder work across pastel synths for a laidback start to the EP. Lead single ‘Cacao’ sees the duo craft a chugging instrumental peppered with stereo FX and vocals as the track evolves into a floaty synth driven affair.

‘Missing Teeth’ investigates the mystery of the duo’s local bakery owner’s teeth, flipping their confusion into an oddball dance friendly jam, while ‘Veleda’ brings delicate synth work, modulating hardware, and hard hitting drums. Closing track ‘My Body’ forgoes percussion of any kind, with the duo twisting their own vocals into a tongue and cheek acapella, described in their own words as "our contribution (and solution) to the war against the war on drugs".

Written & Recorded at DEEWEE and Studio Martino
Produced and Mixed at DEEWEE
Art Direction Ill-Studio
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The Crystal Ark - The Crystal Ark
The Crystal Ark - The Crystal Ark

The Crystal Ark - The Crystal Ark

$22.98

The debut LP by The Crystal Ark.

The limited edition 2xLP comes in a silk screened sleeve printed inside & out and is an edition of 400 total.

The Crystal Ark is the child of Gavin Rayna Russom and Viva Ruiz, and features contributions from LCD Soundsystem members Matt Thornley and Tyler Pope, among a cast of other DFA-related musicians like Alberto Lopez and Jaiko Suzuki. 

Track List: 

  1. Ascension
  2. We Came To
  3. Morir Soñando
  4. Crossing
  5. Paradise
  6. Rhodes
  7. Rain
  8. Silver Cord
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LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 2xLP
LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 2xLP
LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 2xLP
LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 2xLP
LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 2xLP

LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 2xLP

$37.98

Of the many arresting moments that fill LCD Soundsystem's This Is Happening, perhaps the most unexpected comes less than halfway through album opener "Dance Yrself Clean." The seemingly unassuming, low-key rumble of a song morphs from its mumbled beginnings into an outsized flash of synth ballast and wailing vocals. The sudden shift is like the flicking on of a light, the perfect example of frontman-songwriter-mastermind James Murphy's effortless balance of restraint and release, organic rock and electro pop, and muted cool and vibrant emotion. This study in contrasts pervades LCD Soundsystem's third, and possibly final, release--an album where Murphy refracts images of heartbreak and longing through the scattered light of a disco ball. 

The cautious observations and honest reveals that follow are literally and figuratively quieter moments than that initial blare. On "All I Want," against a wall of whirling guitar, Murphy recognizes a relationship that can't be saved, and instead asks for "your pity" and "your bitter tears." "Get Along" shuffles over pulsing keys and bubbling percussion as Murphy tries to bridge physical and emotional distance, singing, "You might forget, forget the sound of a voice / Still, you shouldn't forget the things we laughed about." Conversely, the sparsely decorated, sauntering "Somebody's Calling Me" is almost hopeful in comparison: "Somebody's calling me" Murphy half whispers, "to be my girl." 

There are stretches of lyrical levity here, too. "You Wanted a Hit," which sits atop shiny synths, a driving bass-line and layers of handclaps, laments record label demands on what turns out to be one of the album's hookiest tracks. "Pow Pow" veers toward past "talkies" like "Losing My Edge," and features keyboardist Nancy Whang shouting in unison with Murphy. 

With This Is Happening, Murphy has created a work of both nuanced introspection and distanced observation. DFA is proud to offer the vinyl version of this much lauded release, which also includes contributions from drummer Pat Mahoney and sound collagist Gavin Russom.

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Black Dice - Miles of Smiles
Black Dice - Miles of Smiles

Black Dice - Miles of Smiles

$5.00 $9.99

Smiles for miles. The Black Dice classic comes with Miles of Smiles on the A-side and Trip Dude Delay to the B-side in a beautifully collaged sleeve.

Tracklisting:

  1. Miles of Smiles
  2. Trip Dude Delay
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Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom - Track 5 12"
Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom - Track 5 12"

Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom - Track 5 12"

$14.98

The lost "5th Track" from the Delia & Gavin "Days of Mars" album sessions.

Comes in a beautiful picture sleeve and features a remix by Ame.

**PLEASE NOTE all remaining stock of this title is slightly worn / imperfect. The cost has been adjusted to reflect this. 

Tracklisting:

  1. Track 5 (10:03)
  2. Track 5 (Âme Remix) (10:07)
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LCD Soundsystem - Losing My Edge 12"
LCD Soundsystem - Losing My Edge 12"

LCD Soundsystem - Losing My Edge 12"

$14.98

"Losing My Edge" backed with "Beat Connection." This is the 2012 remastered version cut super loud by Bob Weston. It doesn't skip anymore!

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Prinzhorn Dance School - Clay Class
Prinzhorn Dance School - Clay Class

Prinzhorn Dance School - Clay Class

$5.00

The return of DFA Veterans Prinzhorn Dance School. Single LP features many fine songs, including "I Want You", "Your Fire Has Gone Out", and (my personal favorite) "Crisis Team", which you may listen to below. Includes an instant digital download.

Tracklisting:

  1. Happy In Bits
  2. Usurper
  3. Seed, Crop, Harvest
  4. I Want You
  5. Your Fire Has Gone Out
  6. Crisis Team
  7. The Flora and the Fauna of Britain In Bloom
  8. Turn Up the Light
  9. Sing Orderly
  10. Right Night Kay West
  11. Shake the Jar
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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

$5.00 $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.

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 - One Day 12"
The Juan Maclean - One Day 12"

The Juan Maclean - One Day 12"

$14.99

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. 

Tracklist

A1 - One Day

A2 - One Day (Marc Romboy Remix)

B1 - One Day (The Emperor Machine Remix)

B2 - One Day (Surkin Remix)

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The Rapture - In The Grace Of Your Love
The Rapture - In The Grace Of Your Love

The Rapture - In The Grace Of Your Love

$5.00

CD now available.

  1. Sail Away
  2. Miss You
  3. Never Die Again
  4. Blue Bird
  5. In the Grace Of Your Love
  6. Roller Coaster
  7. Children
  8. How Deep Is You Love?
  9. Can You Find A Way?
  10. Come Back To Me
  11. It Takes Time To Be A Man
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The Rapture / Juan Maclean Split 12"
The Rapture / Juan Maclean Split 12"

The Rapture / Juan Maclean Split 12"

$14.98

Two DFA classics, one great price.

The only way to get a 45RPM version of killing.

A. The Rapture - Killing

B. The Juan Maclean - Give Me Every Little Thing

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YACHT - See Mystery Lights
YACHT - See Mystery Lights

YACHT - See Mystery Lights

$22.98

Single LP on WHITE vinyl in a beautiful, spot-glossed cover. Features Summer Song and Psychic City, among like 8 other tracks or so. Includes an instant digital download. 

Tracklisting:

  1. Ring the Bell
  2. The Afterlife
  3. I'm In Love With a Ripper
  4. It's Boring / You Can Live Anywhere You Want
  5. Psychic City
  6. Summer Song
  7. We Have All We've Ever Wanted
  8. Don't Fight the Darkness
  9. I'm In Love With a Ripper (Party Mix)
  10. Psychic City (Version)
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YACHT - Shangri-La
YACHT - Shangri-La

YACHT - Shangri-La

$32.98

Deluxe White Vinyl 2XLP with 4 slipcovers and a gatefold jacket with lyrics and spot-gloss. Yeah, it's luxurious. Features Dystopia (The Earth Is On Fire), I Walked Alone, and Shangri-La. Comes with an instant digital download. 

Shangri-La, YACHT’s second album for DFA Records and the follow-up to their critically acclaimed full-length, See Mystery Lights, is the duo’s most thematically ambitious work to date, showcasing an exponential evolution in songwriting and sharp, surreal hooks. When the darkly anthemic track, “Dystopia (The Earth Is on Fire),” was released digitally in April, YACHT offered a window onto the new album. Members Jona Bechtolt and Claire L. Evans described the track as an “apocalyptic fight song, a cautionary tale, a science-fiction story for our particular eco-sociopolitical landscape.” These themes are echoed throughout the conceptually unified Shangri-La. In contrast to the meditative, mantra-esque quality of their debut, Shangri-La is a narrative work.

The album explores mankind’s eternal pursuit of Utopia with a soundtrack comprised of compelling pop melodies, fiercely druggy grooves and an endlessly diverse canon of influences. The message here is that the future is a blank slate upon which anything can be imposed. Shangri-La is literally YACHT’s idea of Utopia: a place made of songs. Never a band to stay in one place sonically, visually or philosophically, YACHT transformed themselves, taking advantage of a proper studio for the very first time and using more live instrumentation than ever before.

Recording in the West Texas desert without an engineer, the duo employed a kaleidoscope of genres—ranging from disco to psychedelia, from krautrock to punk—all culminating in pure pop. Shangri-La was performed, mixed, and recorded by Bechtolt and Evans themselves. The Utopian illustration featured in the album’s encyclopedic cover design was painted by iconic science fiction illustrator Jim Burns, three-time Hugo Award-winner.

Tracklisting:

  1. Utopia
  2. Dystopia (The Earth Is On Fire)
  3. I Walked Alone
  4. Love in the Dark
  5. One Step
  6. Holy Roller
  7. Beam Me Up
  8. Paradise Engineering
  9. Tripped and Fell in Love
  10. Shangri-La
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V/A - DFA Records Compilation #2 4xLP Boxed Set
V/A - DFA Records Compilation #2 4xLP Boxed Set

V/A - DFA Records Compilation #2 4xLP Boxed Set

$99.98

What could have been a mere anthology of the label's uniformly excellent 2004 output is, additionally, a meticulously assembled personal narrative. This is a label that balances its musical and commercial aspirations with an earthy, no-bullshit disposition and-- let's say it-- the world's best fucking handclaps.” - Nick Sylvester, Pitchfork, in the heady days of 2004.


Behold, Compilation #2. A compendium what are arguably the best prime-era DFA cuts, mostly all recorded and/or remixed at the old DFA Studios on W. 13th Street (with some notable exceptions), released as 12-inches and then compiled onto a 3xCD set for convenience because, at the time, people actually bought CDs more than vinyl.

 

Now, in the spirit of time not really being much of a linear thing anymore, and for our own selfish desire to have this version of Liquid Liquid’s “Bellhead,” produced by the DFA, finally committed to wax, we have reverse engineered this thing back onto vinyl and presented it as a four-record boxed set.


We went back and found the master tapes or files for each song - a not insignificant effort given our habit of disorganization. We then rather painstakingly resequenced and remastered it with the guy we trust with such things: Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service. The lacquers Bob cut were plated and pressed at what we believe to be one of the best pressing plants in the country: QRP in Salina, Kansas.


We tell you all of this to say: we took this shit pretty seriously. Because we felt like it was important and because we felt like some folks would really appreciate it. It sounds remarkable. It looks great. (Rob Carmichael re-did the original packaging, adding a new photo from DFA OG Tim Saccenti from one of the original parties at W. 13th St.) Of course, we somehow can’t stop ourselves from making labeling errors - Pixeltan’s “That’s the Way I Like It” somehow escaped the center labels on the fourth record. It’s kind of the DFA curse. Has to be!


DFA Compilation #2 Vinyl Tracklist

SIDE A

  1. Black Leotard Front - Casual Friday
SIDE B
  1. J.O.Y. - Sunplus (DFA Remix)
  2. The Juan MacLean - I Robot
  3. The Juan MacLean - Dance Hall Modulator Dub
SIDE C
  1. Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom - Rise (DFA Remix)
  2. Black Dice - Wasteder
  3. J.O.Y. - Sunplus
SIDE D
  1. LCD Soundsystem - Yeah (Pretentious Version)
  2. The Rapture - Sister Saviour (DFA Dub)
SIDE E
  1. Liquid Liquid - Bellhead
  2. LCD Soundsystem - Yeah (Crass Version)
SIDE F
  1. Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom - El Monte
  2. The Rapture - Alabama Sunshine
SIDE G
  1. Pixeltan - Get Up / Say What (DFA Remix)
  2. LCD Soundsystem - Beat Connection (Extended Disco Dub)
SIDE H
  1. Pixeltan - That’s The Way I Like It
  2. Black Dice - Endless Happiness (EYE Remix)
  3. The Juan MacLean - Less Than Human
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The Juan Maclean - Tito's Way 2x12"
The Juan Maclean - Tito's Way 2x12"

The Juan Maclean - Tito's Way 2x12"

$22.98

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.

Tracklist

Tito's Way (Album Version)

Titos Way (Lindstrom & Prins Thomas Remix)

Tito's Way (Booka Shade Remix)

Tito's Way (Reverso 68 Remix)

 

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The Crystal Ark - The Tangible Presence Of The Miraculous 12"
The Crystal Ark - The Tangible Presence Of The Miraculous 12"

The Crystal Ark - The Tangible Presence Of The Miraculous 12"

$14.98

12" featuring the original and instrumental version.

Track List: 

  1. The Tangible Presence of the Miraculous (13:45)
  2. The Tangible Presence of the Miraculous (Instrumental) (13:45)
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The Crystal Ark - The City Never Sleeps 12"
The Crystal Ark - The City Never Sleeps 12"

The Crystal Ark - The City Never Sleeps 12"

$14.98

The debut 12" from The Crystal Ark

Features the original and extended instrumental.

Track List: 

  1. The City Never Sleeps (5:00)
  2. The City Never Sleeps (Instrumental) (12:21)
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LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem LP
LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem LP
LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem LP
LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem LP
LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem LP

LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem LP

$29.98

The debut LP from LCD Soundsystem.

1xLP in a reverse board sleeve.

Track Listing:

  1. Daft Punk Is Playing At My House
  2. Too Much Love
  3. Tribulations
  4. Movement
  5. Never As Tired As When I'm Waking Up
  6. On Repeat
  7. Thrills
  8. Disco Infiltrator
  9. Great Release
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Surahn - Watching The World (Prins Thomas Remix) 12"
Surahn - Watching The World (Prins Thomas Remix) 12"

Surahn - Watching The World (Prins Thomas Remix) 12"

$14.98

The debut vinyl release by Surahn on DFA Records is the standout track from his 2012 EP, "Watching The World", given the Diskomiks treatment by Prins Thomas. 

Tracklisting:

  1. Watching The World (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
  2. Watching The World (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) [Instrumental]
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Black Dice - Beaches and Canyons
Black Dice - Beaches and Canyons

Black Dice - Beaches and Canyons

$32.98

Back in print for the first time in 5 years, and if you ask me, not a minute too soon. As influential now as it was upon its original release in 2002, the first LP ever on DFA gets a remaster by Bob Weston and a new matte jacket.

Tracklisting:

  1. Seabird
  2. Things Will Never Be the Same
  3. The Dream Is Going Down
  4. Endless Happiness
  5. Big Drop
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Eric Copeland - Joke In The Hole 2xLP
Eric Copeland - Joke In The Hole 2xLP

Eric Copeland - Joke In The Hole 2xLP

$32.98

Eric Copeland's debut album as a solo artist on DFA.

The double vinyl is covered inside and out with collages by Eric himself. Double heavyweight vinyl with a download card.

Tracklisting:

  1. Rokzi
  2. Grapes
  3. Tinkerbell
  4. Flushing Meats
  5. Babes In The Woods
  6. Bobby Strong
  7. Shoo Rah
  8. Cheap Treat
  9. Kash Donation
  10. A Little Tit
  11. New Leather Boogie
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Black Dice - Manoman 12"
Black Dice - Manoman 12"
Black Dice - Manoman 12"
Black Dice - Manoman 12"

Black Dice - Manoman 12"

$14.98

Eventually compiled on the Paw Tracks LP "Load Blown", these tracks originally appeared on this Black Dice release, Manoman.

**Includes a 24x24 poster designed by Bjorn Copeland. It's got a zebra on it.

Tracklisting:

  1. Manoman
  2. Gore
  3. Toka Toka
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Black Dice - Cone Toaster 12"
Black Dice - Cone Toaster 12"

Black Dice - Cone Toaster 12"

$14.98

This track is basically the benchmark whenever we have a good chat around the office about a "classic DFA 12". Features a remix of Endless Happiness by EYE of The Boredoms on the flip.

Tracklisting:

  1. Cone Toaster
  2. Endless Happiness (EYƎ Remix)
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Factory Floor - Digital Download
Factory Floor - Digital Download

Factory Floor - Factory Floor

$5.00 $27.99

Yellow jacket + Black vinyl edition. 

At long last, Factory Floor presents their highly anticipated self-titled debut album. A vivid snapshot of a progressive band smashing through yet another ceiling, it’s the first full-length statement from the group that earned a powerful reputation on the strength of the “Fall Back” and “Two Different Ways” singles for DFA—not to mention early releases for Optimo Music and Blast First Petite. Leading up to the release of Factory Floor, the band will play select European festival dates this summer.  

Produced and recorded by the group in their North London warehouse space on a vintage mixing desk originally used by Dave Stewart three decades ago to record all the Eurythmics’ early hits, Factory Floor is a visceral trip through the band’s repertoire. The record opens with “Turn It Up,” their most minimal track to date, mixed in astonishing detail by Timothy “Q” Wiles (VCMG, Afrika Bambaataa). “Here Again” is almost (but not quite) their pop song, replete with cascading arpeggios counterbalanced by bubbly synth melody lines and plaintive vocals. 

Factory Floor also contains the definitive version of “Two Different Ways,” followed by the muscular and sleek “Fall Back.” “How You Say” finds the band channelling New York’s dance underground—think ESG and Delta Five. “Work Out” is anything but; despite the desultory title, it is in fact sinister street-sound electro. The album closes out with “Breathe In,” a funkified acid disco classic. 

Perhaps the most unlikely aspect of Factory Floor’s rise to notoriety is their versatility. Even their most ardent of fans describe their sound as punishing, yet they are equally at home playing raves, alternative festivals, art galleries, cinemas, nightclubs and rock shows; on top of that they’re as likely to collaborate with members of Throbbing Gristle and New Order (not to mention Richard H. Kirk of Cabaret Voltaire, Simon Fisher Turner and Peter Gordon) as they are with contemporary artists such as Haroon Mirza and Hannah Sawtell.

Tracklisting:

  1. Turn It Up
  2. Here Again
  3. One
  4. Fall Back
  5. Two
  6. How You Say
  7. Two Different Ways
  8. Three
  9. Work Out
  10. Breathe In
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Eric Copeland (Anthony Naples Remix) + Larry Gus (Boookworms Remix) Split 12"
Eric Copeland (Anthony Naples Remix) + Larry Gus (Boookworms Remix) Split 12"
Eric Copeland (Anthony Naples Remix) + Larry Gus (Boookworms Remix) Split 12"
Eric Copeland (Anthony Naples Remix) + Larry Gus (Boookworms Remix) Split 12"

Eric Copeland (Anthony Naples Remix) + Larry Gus (Boookworms Remix) Split 12"

$14.98

 

Limited edition of 500 blue label hand-stamped singles featuring two wildly left-field remixes of two wildly left-field DFA artists. MP3s will arrive when these tracks are released digitally, at some point in the future.

Tracklist

A - Bobby Strong (Anthony Naples Remix)

B - The Night Patrols (A Man Asleep)(Bookworms Remix)

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

Shit Robot - We Got A Love

$5.00

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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Factory Floor - How You Say (Daniel Avery + Invisible Conga People Remixes) (White Label 12")
Factory Floor - How You Say (Daniel Avery + Invisible Conga People Remixes) (White Label 12")

Factory Floor - How You Say (Daniel Avery + Invisible Conga People Remixes) (White Label 12")

$12.98

DFA is pleased to announce three 12" vinyl singles, consisting of remixes of "How You Say" from Factory Floor's self-titled debut LP.

This one (DFA2432) consists of remixes from the acclaimed Daniel Avery (Phantasy) and DFA alumni Invisible Conga People, who recorded a 12" for DFA in 2011 and have not been heard from since (until now). 

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Factory Floor - How You Say (Gunnar Haslam + Helena Hauff Remixes) (White Label 12")
Factory Floor - How You Say (Gunnar Haslam + Helena Hauff Remixes) (White Label 12")

Factory Floor - How You Say (Gunnar Haslam + Helena Hauff Remixes) (White Label 12")

$12.98

DFA is pleased to announce three 12" vinyl singles, consisting of remixes of "How You Say" from Factory Floor's self-titled debut LP.

This one (DFA2438) features a remix by Gunnar Haslam, who released a striking debut album last year on L.I.E.S., as well as a lean percussive house 12” single on Chicago’s Argot Records. The flip consists of a remix from Helena Hauff, who released her debut 12” single on Werkdiscs last year and quickly followed it up a new single under the alias Black Sites. 

Tracklist

A1 - How You Say (Gunnar Haslam Remix)

A2 - How You Say (Helena Hauff Remix)

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Factory Floor - How You Say (Bookworms Remixes) (White Label 12")
Factory Floor - How You Say (Bookworms Remixes) (White Label 12")

Factory Floor - How You Say (Bookworms Remixes) (White Label 12")

$12.98

DFA is pleased to announce three 12" vinyl singles, consisting of remixes of "How You Say" from Factory Floor's self-titled debut LP.

This one (DFA2439) features two unique remixes by Bookworms (L.I.E.S. / Confused House), which marks his return to DFA following an anxious remix of The Night Patrols by Larry Gus in 2013. It reinforces the deep and dark acidic sounds he has become so well known for, taking this hypnotic single and tweaking it out for maximum impact.  

Tracklist

A1 - How You Say (Bookworms Remix)

A2 - How You Say (Bookworms Remix 2)

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Wolfram - Talking To You / Can't Remember 12"
Wolfram - Talking To You / Can't Remember 12"

Wolfram - Talking To You / Can't Remember 12"

$14.98

DFA2433 / 2014 

DFA debut. Vocals by Andrew Butler of Hercules & Love Affair 

A. Talking To You (Feat. Andrew Butler of Hercules & Love Affair)) [Club Mix}

B1. Can't Remember (Jacques Renault & Mark Verbos Remix)

B2. Can't Remember (Secret Circuit Remix)

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The Juan Maclean - You Can't Have It Both Ways 12"
The Juan Maclean - You Can't Have It Both Ways 12"

The Juan Maclean - You Can't Have It Both Ways 12"

$14.98

OG 12" from 2003 by The Juan Maclean

Two hot tracks of electro goodness from JUAN MACLEAN (SIX FINGER SATELLITE). The title track features female vocals from NANCY WHANG, while the B-side gets you an electro lullaby in the "sad robot" genre. Both tracks produced and mixed by JAMES MURPHY & TIM GOLDSWORTHY

A - You Can't Have It Both Ways (Live)

B - My Time Is Running Out


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J.O.Y. - Sunplus 12"
J.O.Y. - Sunplus 12"
J.O.Y. - Sunplus 12"
J.O.Y. - Sunplus 12"

J.O.Y. - Sunplus 12"

$12.98

The debut single from the kick-ass Japanese duo of K.U.D.O. (MAJOR FORCE WEST, SKYLAB, UNKLE) and KAN TAKAGI (Major Force). Joined by YOSHIMI P-WE (BOREDOMS, OOIOO), the group delivers some of the most off-beat, drum-heavy pop heard in some time on the track "Sunplus." Backed with a classic DFA version.

Tracklist:

1. Sunplus

2. Sunplus (DFA Version)

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Dan Bodan - Anonymous / Hunger Games 12"
Dan Bodan - Anonymous / Hunger Games 12"

Dan Bodan - Anonymous / Hunger Games 12"

$14.98

Limited vinyl edition of two previously digital-only singles by Berlin singer, songwriter, and producer. Dan Bodan, hailed by Pitchfork as "an expression of the storied NYC dance label's more oddball tastes." First up is "Anonymous", a poignant portrait of yearning for the post-Facebook generation. The A side is rounded out with a remix by DJ Richard (1/2 White Material with Young Male) that manages to drag the track to even deeper depths of anxiety. 

The flip features 2013 single "Hunger Games", a widescreen epic of a track that will be stripped down to the bare minimum on Dan's forthcoming LP. It features production by left-field dance geniuses Physical Therapy and Ville Haimala of Renaissance Man. Also featured is the acclaimed Stadium Remix. Comes in a custom spineless picture sleeve featuring an illustration by Julien Ceccaldi.

 

Tracklisting:

  1. Anonymous
  2. Anonymous (DJ Richard Remix)
  3. Hunger Games
  4. Hunger Games (Stadium Remix)
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