The Record Exchange’s New Release Tuesday series continues on Aug. 14 with ReVoLtReVoLt‘s new album Latah Nights! The album will be featured during our weekly listening party at 7 p.m. (NOTE DIFFERENT TIME.) Enjoy free Pie Hole pizza while you listen to Latah Nights and enter to win our New Release Tuesday raffle prize! As a bonus, the band will be here hanging out with us while we spin the new record!

Latah Nights is Boise-based ReVoLtReVoLt‘s sophomore record on Spark and Shine. The much-anticipated follow up to their debut Chordata, Latah Nights was recorded in 2011 with legendary producer Conrad Uno (Young Fresh Fellows, Mudhoney, Presidents of USA) at his EGG Studios in Seattle.

Latah Nights follows in the vein of noise-soaked pop and driving rhythms established by Chordata, but takes the band into more complex sonic dimensions. Returning to the studio with Conrad Uno afforded the band a chance to use their previous work and road experience as a starting point to blaze new territory, drawing the listener into a more evolved journey of the musical spectrum, and exploring new depths of lyrical subtlety, from hook driven noise-pop gems (“It Echoes On”) to dark meditations on life and mortality (“Hell Has its Roads”). The release of Latah Nights finds ReVoLtReVoLt as a band at the height of their craft, preparing to head back out on the road in support of a new record, and aimed at an ever-expanding horizon of artistic discovery.

To highlight the new release, ReVoLtReVoLt has lined up a series of events in Boise, starting off with the listening party at The Record Exchange where fans and music lovers will have the opportunity to listen to the new tunes in a fun, intimate setting while mixing and mingling with the ReVoLtReVoLt members. This will be followed by an all-ages concert at The Crux on Aug. 17 (6 p.m.), then on Aug. 18, a grand finale blowout at Neurolux for a 21 and up event starting at 7 p.m. ReVoLtReVoLt will be on tour throughout the United States in August and September with Built To Spill plus a run of solo dates. For a complete list of tour dates, visit the band’s website.

Are you a proud owner of a Radio Boise KRBX Card? Bring it in every Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. and receive 20% off gift shop items and used CDs, vinyl, DVD/Blu-ray and cassettes (excluding collectibles – individual items $100 and over).

Speaking of our beloved community radio station, their new Radio Boise Tuesdays series at Neurolux is quickly becoming a new favorite on the music scene. The weekly series features local and touring bands as well as a Radio Boise DJ after each show. Radio Boise receives 20% of drink sales from every Radio Boise Tuesday show. You receive the benefit of DRINK SPECIALS at each one. The music kicks off at 7 p.m. — right after you’ve filled your belly with pizza and heard some new music at the RX!

Check out the Radio Boise Tuesdays performance schedule HERE.

Here’s a quick look at the bright and shiny new releases this week at The Record Exchange:


Dead Can Dance – Anastasis

Insane Clown Posse – Mighty Death Pop (available in three different colors of deluxe packaging)

Incubus – Incubus HQ Live (deluxe edition also available)

Slightly Stoopid – Top of the World

In This Moment – Blood

Yellowcard – Southern Air

ReVoLtReVoLt – Latah Nights

Polica – Give You the Ghost

Various Artists – Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac

Dirty Guv’nahs – Somewhere Beneath These Southern Skies

Ben Taylor – Listening

Faceless – Autotheism

Texas Hippie Coalition – Peacemaker

Kottonmouth Kings – Mile High

Randy Foster – Del Rio TX Revisited: Unplugged

Fozzy – Sin and Bones

Corb Lund – Cabin Fever

Steve Earle – The Revolution Starts Now

Steve Vai – Story of Light (deluxe edition also available)

The Trishas – High Wide and Handsome

Ralph Stanley – Old Songs and Ballads Vol. 1

Ralph Stanley – Old Songs and Ballads Vol. 2

Strong Arm Steady and Statik – Stereotype

Charlie Mars – Blackberry Light

Poison Idea – Fatal Erection Years

Daniel Powter – Turn on the Lights

Ash Borer – Cold of Ages

Black Light Burns – The Moment You Realize You’re Going to Fall

Korpiklanni – Manala

Classic Crime – Phoenix

Lijadu Sisters – Horizon Unlimited

The Aborted – Archaic Abattoir

The Aborted – Goremageddon: The Saw and the Carnage Done

Foreshadowing – Oionos

Foreshadowing – Second World

Grease 1994 Cast Recording

Anvil – Anthology of Anvil


Locust – Molecular Genetics From the Gold Standard Labs

Polar Bear Club – Live at the Montage

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Strange Man/Long Progression

Yellowcard – Southern Air

Citizen Cope – One Lovely Day

MC5 – Kick Out the Jams! 1966-1970 (picture disc)

Culture – Seven Sevens Clash

Breathe Carolina – Hello Fascination

The Byrds – Ballad of Easy Rider

Deep Purple – Last Concept in Japan

Dying Fetus – Killing on Adrenaline

Dead C – Harsh 70s Reality

The Crystals – He’s a Rebel

The Crystals – Twist Uptown

The Ronettes – Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes

Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans – Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah

Touche Amore – Live on BBC Radio 1

Orca Team – Restraint

Simon Joyner – Ghosts


The Royal Tenenbaums Criterion Collection Blu-ray

Jaws Blu-ray

Jerry Jeff Walker – Live from Dixie’s Bar and Bus Stop DVD

Jay and Silent Bob Get Old: Tea Bagging in the UK DVD

Community Season 3 DVD

Dexter Season 6 DVD

The Titanic: 100 Years in 3D DVD

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