NEW RELEASE FRIDAY: THE BLACK KEYS, KHRUANGBIN, VAMPIRE WEEKEND, CONAN GRAY, PHOSPHORESCENT, ELLIOTT SMITH & MORE

Here’s a quick look at the bright and shiny new releases available at The Record Exchange on Friday, April 5!

Purchase in-store or at shop.therecordexchange.com (individual product links below), or call us at (208) 344-8010 for curbside pickup or shipping worldwide!

Looking for an album you don’t see on the list? We can get it for you!

NR = New release / RE = Reissue / COMP = Compilation

Abba – Waterloo 50th Anniversary vinyl RE
Melissa Aldana
 – Echoes of the Inner Prophet vinyl and CD NR
Alpha Wolf – Half Living Things vinyl NR
Animal Collective – Prospect Hummer vinyl RE
Bartees Strange – Magic Boy vinyl COMP
Better Lovers – God Made Me an Animal vinyl NR
Eric Bibb – Live at the Scale Theatre Stockholm vinyl NR
The Black Keys – Ohio Players vinyl and CD NR
Bochum Welt – Module 2 vinyl RE
Cedric Burnside – Hill Country Love vinyl NR
Calexico
 – Feast of Wire vinyl RE
Cuffed Up 
– All You Got vinyl NR
Celine Dion 
– My Love: Essential Collection vinyl RE
Drahla 
– angeltape vinyl NR
Electric Callboy – Tekkno vinyl RE
Erra – Cure CD NR
Fields of the Nephilim – Elizium vinyl RE
The Foreign Correspondents – Lovin’ You Ain’t Easy vinyl NR
Garbage – Bleed Like Me vinyl RE
Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band – Almost Acoustic vinyl RE
Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band – Ragged But Right vinyl RE
Freddie Gibbs – You Only Live 2wice vinyl RE
Conan Gray – Found Heaven vinyl and CD NR
Guru Guru – Hinten vinyl RE
Buddy Guy and Junior Wells – Live in Montreux vinyl RE
Hilary Hahn, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and Jeffrey Kahane – Bach Concertos vinyl RE
Niall Horan
 – The Show: The Encore vinyl NR
I Hate Myself 
– Four Songs vinyl RE
Ingested – The Tide of Death and Fractured Dreams vinyl and CD NR
Iron Monkey – Spleen and Goad vinyl NR
Billy Joel
 – 52nd Street vinyl RE
Billy Joel 
– Cold Spring Harbor vinyl RE
Billy Joel 
– Live at the Great American Music Hall 1975 vinyl RE
Billy Joel
 – Songs in the Attic vinyl RE
Billy Joel 
– Streetlife Serenade vinyl RE
Billy Joel 
– Turnstiles vinyl RE
Jordana – Summer’s Over vinyl RE
Khruangbin
 – A La Sala vinyl, CD and cassette NR
Marcus King – Mood Swings vinyl and CD NR
Kingdom – History of Kingdom Pt. VII – Jahan (Fatalistic Ver.) CD NR
Kingdom – History of Kingdom Pt. VII – Jahan (Irregular Ver.) CD NR
Ladysmith Black Mambazo – Best Of vinyl RE
Lafayette Afro-Rock Band 
– Malik vinyl RE
Lafayette Afro-Rock Band
 – Soul Makossa vinyl RE
LCD Soundsystem 
– Pow Pow (Idjut Boys Remix) vinyl NR
The Libertines – All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade vinyl NR
Lil Dicky – Penith (The Dave Soundtrack) vinyl COMP
Lo Moon
 – I Wish You Way More Than Luck vinyl and CD NR
Magnolia Park – Halloween Mixtape II vinyl and CD NR
Margot and the Nuclear So and Sos
 – Rot Gut, Domestic + Farewell, My Grim Reaper Prince vinyl RE
Motley Crue – The End: Live in Los Angeles Blu-ray NR
Mount Kimbie
 – Sunset Violent vinyl NR
No Doubt – The Singles 1992-2003 vinyl RE
Novo Amor – Collapse List vinyl NR
Old 97’s 
– American Primitive vinyl and CD NR
Palace – Ultrasound vinyl NR
Fabiana Palladino – Fabiana Palladino vinyl NR
Papercuts
 – You Can Have What You Want vinyl RE
Pernice Brothers 
– Who Will You Believe vinyl NR
Phosphorescent – Revelator vinyl and CD NR
Polyphia – Remember That You Will Die vinyl RE
Katie Pruitt 
– Mantras vinyl and CD NR
Tony Rice – Church Street Blues vinyl RE
Runnner
 – Starsdust vinyl NR
Horace Silver – Silver’s Serenade vinyl RE
Sinkane
 – We Belong vinyl and CD NR
Elliott Smith
 – Either / Or Expanded Edition vinyl RE
Soul Glo – Songs to Yeet at the Sun vinyl RE
Still Corners 
– Dream Talk vinyl NR
Strung Out – Dead Rebellion vinyl NR
Tank – Filth Hounds of Hades vinyl RE
Tomorrow X Together – Minisode 3: Tomorrow (Ethereal Ver.) CD NR
Tomorrow X Together 
– Minisode 3: Tomorrow (Light Ver.) CD NR
Tomorrow X Together 
– Minisode 3: Tomorrow (Promise Ver.) CD NR
Tomorrow X Together
 – Minisode 3: Tomorrow (Romantic Ver.) CD NR
Tosca 
– No Hassle vinyl RE
The Used – Imaginary Enemy vinyl RE
The Used – Vulnerable vinyl RE
Vampire Weekend 
– Only God Was Above Us vinyl and CD NR
Various Artists
 – Congo Funk! Sound Madness From the Mighty Shorts of the Congo River (Kinshasa/Brazzaville 1969-1982) vinyl COMP
Various Artists 
– Eccentric Soul: Consolidated Productions Vol. 1 vinyl COMP
Various Artists
 – Reach vinyl RE
Various Artists 
– Revenge of the Nerds Soundtrack vinyl RE
Jane Weaver
 – Love in Constant Spectacle vinyl NR
Jim White 
– Drill a Hole in That Substrate And Tell Me What You See vinyl RE
Tony Williams – Life Time vinyl RE
Adam Wiltzie 
– Eleven Fugues for Sodium Pentathol vinyl NR
Wine Lips – Super Mega Ultra vinyl NR
Witch Vomit
 – Funeral Sanctum vinyl NR
X Ambassadors – Townie vinyl NR

THE RECORD EXCHANGE TOP 10 (WEEK ENDING 4/4/2024)

1. Quaranta, Danny Brown

2. Trail of Flowers, Sierra Ferrell

3. Stick Season, Noah Kahan

4. Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes and Undeniable Truths, Clutch

5. Nevermind, Nirvana

6. Atrocity Exhibition, Danny Brown

7. Collection 1, Misfits

8. Tigers Blood, Waxahatchee

9. Jar of Flies, Alice in Chains

10. MM..Food, MF DOOM

ENTER TO WIN TICKETS TO SHANNON CURTIS SUNDAY, APRIL 7 AT LOUNGE AT THE END OF THE UNIVERSE!

Shannon Curtis is performing Sunday, April 7 at Lounge at the End of the Universe, and we have tickets to give away – multiple winners!

To enter the drawing, send an email* with the subject “Shannon Curtis” HERE by midnight Thursday, April 4. We will randomly draw names and notify the winners on Friday, April 5.

How will empathetic people survive the troubles of this time? How do we rescue our overburdened spirits from overlapping disasters such as rising fascism and climate collapse? And from where can we summon the power to heal ourselves, our communities and the planet?

These are the animating questions behind Shannon Curtis’ new album Good to Me — her second collection of shimmering 80s-inspired synthpop in as many years.

Confronted in late 2021 with near-paralyzing anxiety brought about by the increasingly fraught state of the world, Curtis aimed her angst at her journal. Using tools she acquired in 12-step recovery, she set out on a quest for self-healing, with the intention of nurturing her personal sense of peace and agency in a world on fire.

The journal entries became 80s-inspired synthpop songs, influenced in equal measure by the textural angularity of Kate Bush, the stripped-back propulsion of Yazoo and the hopeful joy of OMD.

* One entry per person per title, NOT per email address. If you have 16 email addresses and you enter with each address, we’ll just delete 15 of them. We have the technology.