WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 2/16-2/22

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I don’t know what you’ve been listening to this week, but on the rare occasions when I wasn’t playing The Hotelier‘s excellent new album, I was alternating between the new Menzingers single and “I Wanna Get Better,” the first song from Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff’s new project, Bleachers. Conveniently (or not, if you ask my wallet), all three of those artists launched pre-orders for new material this week, and they weren’t alone. The last seven days also saw pre-orders for Oh, Common Life, the third album from Michigan pop punk band Fireworks and probably the most anticipated release of the spring here at UTG, as well as a repressing of The ShinsOh, Inverted World and much, much more.

In other vinyl news, Record Store Day 2014 is fast approaching, and new exclusive releases have been announced almost daily. We’ve mentioned a few highlights below, and you can check out the full list of currently announced RSD releases over at Modern Vinyl.

Check out the full roundup of vinyl news from this week after the break, and don’t forget to read our ongoing series of vinyl reviews.

New Releases and Represses

AnnePulling Chain – Buy at Run For Cover Records

  • White /558
  • Blue and Gray /329
  • Blue, Black, and White Starburst /220

BleachersI Wanna Get Better – Buy at MyPlayDirect

  • Blue /1000

Blue Sunshine OST – Buy at Mondo Records

  • 180 Gram Black
  • Translucent Blue (randomly inserted into orders)

Breathe CarolinaSavages – Buy at Fearless Records

  • Red/Black Marble /1000

Chelsea Wolfe/King DudeSing More Songs Together… – Buy at Bandcamp

  • Black /500
  • White /300

ChiodosDevil – Buy at Merchnow

  • Red and Smoke

Chuck RaganTill Midnight – Buy at SideOneDummy Records

  • Black /2000
  • Blue /850
  • Black/Blue Starburst /100 (sold out)

ConvergeLive At the BBC – Buy at Deathwish, Epitaph, and Converge’s Store

  • White /333 (Deathwish Exclusive – sold out)
  • Opaque Orange /550 (Epitaph Exclusive)
  • Transparent Pink with White Smoke /774 (Deathwish Exclusive – sold out)
  • Opaque Blue Marble /778 (Converge Exclusive)
  • Transparent Green 5304

DadsAmerican Radass (This Is Important) (fifth pressing) – Buy at Flannel Gurl Records

  • Vinyl Bong /200
  • Clear with Black Smoke /800

DefeaterEmpty Days and Sleepless Nights (new pressing) – Buy at Bridge Nine Records

  • Purple Marble /1000

FireworksOh, Common Life – Buy at Triple Crown Records

  • 180 Gram Black /300 (sold out)
  • Black and Red Starburst /750
  • Clear with Black Splatter /1000
  • Silver /300 (Banquet Records exclusive)
  • Orange /700 (Hot Topic exclusive, not yet available)

Here Comes the Devil OST – Buy at Mondo Records

  • 180 Gram Black
  • Translucent Red with Black Center (randomly inserted into orders)

The HotelierHome, Like Noplace Is There (second pressing) – Buy at Tiny Engines Records

  • Opaque Cream /400
  • Opaque Maroon /350
  • Opaque Deep Teal /300
  • White with Orange and Yellow Starburst /150 (sold out)

La DisputeWildlife (fifth pressing) – Buy at No Sleep Records

  • Forest Green/Cream Starburst /600

The MenzingersRented World – Buy at Epitaph Records

  • Black/Cream /700 (sold out)
  • Splatter /300 (sold out)
  • Clear/White /1000
  • Black
  • Crystal Clear with Blue and Black (European Version)

Nickel CreekA Dotted Line – Buy at Nonesuch Records

Only Lovers Left Alive OST – Buy at ATP Festival

  • 180 Gram Red

The ShinsOh, Inverted World – Buy at Newbury Comics

  • Swirly Blue /1000

SisyphusSisyphus – Buy at Joyful Noise Records

  • Gold/Clear with White Splatter /450
  • Gold/Clear /1500

Tokyo Police ClubForce Field – Buy at Bull Moose Records

  • Indie store exclusive variant /500

News

Saosin‘s debut EP, Translating the Name, will receive a vinyl release in conjunction with the band’s reunion with original vocalist Anthony Green at this year’s Skate and Surf Festival.

Dads will release a new EP titled Woman for Record Store Day.

Thursday, Circa Survive, and many more will contribute Nirvana covers to In Utero: In Tribute, due out on Record Store Day.

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