Your Week in Spacebomb – October 16, 2020

PUBLISHING — Darren Jessee‘s new album, Remover, is out today. Essentially Pop says, “Jessee tugs at our emotions with his pensive, reflective style, and although it’s incredibly sombre in flavour, it’s nonetheless compelling.”

LABEL+MANAGEMENT — Tim Heidecker released a new video for “Property” and announced a cassette version of his new album Fear of Death, shipping now. MORE INFO

MANAGEMENT — Aerial East is “Making Waves” according to Music Week, who add that “[h]er dreamy, emotionally charged vocals float over folkish tunes that have received a refreshing modern production.” Her album will be out in 2021 on Partisan. READ

PRODUCTIONS — Masked and socially distanced, strings returned to the studio for a session conducted by Trey Pollard.

Your Week in Spacebomb – October 2, 2020

LABELSpacebomb House Band release their tenth album, X: Kernel Eternal, today.

Bedouine contributed a cover of Bill Withers’ “Let Me In Your Life” to the Good Music to Avert the Collapse of American Democracy, Volume 2 compilation, which is out today on Bandcamp. LISTEN

LABEL+MANAGEMENT — Following the release of his album Fear of Death last week, Tim Heidecker has been profiled by the Washington Post (READ), had his story told through an animated video by Ben Levin (watch below), and released a three-part podcast all about the album (LISTEN).

MANAGEMENTLaura Veirs released a video for her new song, “Another Space and Time.” The album My Echo will be out October 23rd.

Fruit Bats release The Glory of Fruit Bats, originally released as a vinyl exclusive for RSD Black Friday 2016, and available digitally for the first time today.

Your Week in Spacebomb – September 25, 2020


LABEL+MANAGEMENTTim Heidecker‘s album Fear of Death is out today. LISTEN

“[a] special and heartfelt album, and a masterpiece from Tim Heidecker” 9/10 – Exclaim!

“one of the funniest, most absurd, surreal, and reliable entertainers on the planet gets serious, about life’s truest inevitability” – Aquarium Drunkard

Join Tim for a Reddit AMA today on r/indieheads at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT. MORE INFO

LABEL — For tomorrow’s Record Store Day, we’ve re-pressed Natalie Prass‘s break-out self-titled album from 2014 on blue vinyl, accompanied by a 7″ with “Any Time, Any Place,” and “It Is You – Instrumental.” MORE INFO

Nadia Reid is on tour now, a thing you can do when you live in New Zealand! MORE INFO

Your Week in Spacebomb – September 18, 2020


LABEL/MANAGEMENT — Tim Heidecker released “Property,” the third single from his forthcoming album Fear of Death, out next week. Offered in the pre-order bundle for the vinyl is a listening party with Tim that takes place on Sunday. SHOP

MANAGEMENT — Aerial East announced her signing to Partisan Records with a new track, her cover of Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill.”

Previously a vinyl exclusive for Record Store Day 2016, Fruit Bats‘ The Glory of Fruit Bats is being released digitally for the first time on October 2nd. “Stunned One” is out now.

Laura Veirs opens up about her divorce and the creative and feminist rebirth that followed in a new profile by Laura Snapes for The Guardian. READ

PUBLISHING — Darren Jessee released “Never Gonna Get It” from his forthcoming album Remover.

September 18, 2020

Your Week in Spacebomb – September 11, 2020

LABELBedouine, Waxahatchee, and Hurray For The Riff Raff collaborated on a cover of Big Star’s “Thirteen.”

MANAGEMENT — Kaylee Elizabeth, the newest addition to the Spacebomb Management team, released her debut single “Passing Through.”

Fruit Bats launched a Patreon, offering a monthly radio show, exclusive content, merch discounts, ephemeral joys, and more. LEARN MORE

We are so proud of Resound, who also sing on so many Spacebomb releases and productions, for reaching the quarterfinals on this season of America’s Got Talent.

PRODUCTIONS Dan Croll, who just released his new album Grand Plan (a Spacebomb production), returns to our studio on Sunday for a live stream show to benefit Feeding America. LEARN MORE

September 11, 2020