A limited edition vinyl pressing of AM Taxi’s Shiver By Me is now up for pre-order.
Motion City Soundtrack’s My Dinosaur Life will be released on two new limited-edition variants on June 7th. Pre-orders are now up:
The Dear Hunter have announced a full box set of their six album saga The Acts. The box set is expected to ship by the end of June 2019.
The official list of Record Store Day releases is now out.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer’s musical episode is coming to vinyl. The record will go on sale March 20th at 12:00 p.m. CST via Mondo.
Stars will release the Sad Robots EP on vinyl for Record Store Day.
Sum 41’s Underclass Hero is coming to vinyl. Pre-orders are now up.
A re-press of Hellogoodbye’s Would it Kill You? is up for pre-order on the band’s website. If it gets 150 pre-orders it’ll be pressed.
Iron & Wine has announced a deluxe reissue of Our Endless Numbered Days.
Fearless Records are releasing special 7″ vinyl to celebrate their 25 year anniversary. The first up is a pressing of Plain White T’s “Hey There Delilah.”
+44’s When Your Heart Stops Beating is getting a new pressing. Some pre-orders are available over at SRC Vinyl.
Unwritten Law’s self-titled album is coming to vinyl on February 15th. Pre-orders are now up.
Scott Sellers will press The Judge on vinyl if at least 100 people pre-order it.
Victory Records have re-pressed a bunch of their albums on vinyl.
Enter Shikari have announced two new live records. Pre-orders are now up.
Bleachers have posted up pre-orders for Terrible Thrills Vol. 3.
Terrible Thrills Vol 3 comes in the form of a 4 part record club. it will feature bleachers songs from gone now re-imagined by Mitski, Julien Baker, Ani Difranco and MUNA as well as demos and new versions of the songs. The concept behind terrible thrills is to create a final version of an album at the end of its cycle. What that is will take different shapes for different times. This time around is half in the tradition of female artists remaking the songs and part new in re written lyrics and productions. This collection will only be officially released on vinyl and will only be sold this one time as a whole series.
Pre-orders for Taking Back Sunday’s 20 year anniversary release, Twenty, are now available.