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On January 12, 2018.

On January 12, 2018, “Vagrant Records” label released “Wrong Creatures”, the eighth Black Rebel Motorcycle Club studio album. It was recorded 2015 – 2017, at “Sunset Sound”, “606” and “The Station House” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Nick Launay, Robert Levon Been, Peter Hayes and Leah Shapiro.

Personnel:

  • Robert Levon Been – vocals, guitar, bass, piano, art direction
  • Peter Hayes – vocals, guitar, bass, harmonica
  • Leah Shapiro – drums, percussion, background vocals
  • Gillian Rivers – viola, string arrangements
  • Derek Stein – cello
  • Nick Launay – engineer, mixing
  • Atom Greenspan – engineer, mixing
  • Ethan Allan – engineer
  • John Lousteau – engineer
  • Ethan Mates – engineer
  • Mark Rains – engineer
  • Alejandro Baima – engineer assistant
  • James Salter – engineer assistant
  • Morgan Stratton – engineer assistant
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • Robert Columbus – drum technician
  • Brian Lauzon – art direction, artwork, design
  • Tessa Angus – photography
  • Michelle Shiers – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Robert Levon Been, Peter Hayes and Leah Shapiro.

  1. DFF
  2. Spook
  3. King of Bones
  4. Haunt
  5. Echo
  6. Ninth Configuration
  7. Question of Faith
  8. Calling Them All Away
  9. Little Thing Gone Wild
  10. Circus Bazooko
  11. Carried from the Start
  12. All Rise

On August 31, 2018.

On August 31, 2018, “Domino” label released “Hunter”, the third Anna Calvi studio album. It was recorded 2017 – 2018, at “Konk”, Anna Calvi’s studio in London, “Nick Launay’s Launmower Studios” in Hollywood, Ade’s house in Bristol, and was produced by Nick Launay and Anna Calvi.

Personnel:

  • Anna Calvi– vocals, guitar, synths, bass, piano, percussion
  • Mally Harpaz – vibraphone, glockenspiel, percussion, piano
  • Alex Thomas– drums, timpani, percussion
  • Adrian Utley– Solina, Moog synthesizer, Oberheim synthesizer, EBow, Mellotron, Swarmatron
  • Martyn Casey– bass
  • Ming Vauze – bass, synths, space station FX pedals
  • Gillian Rivers – viola, violin
  • Fiona Brice– violin; string arrangements
  • Ellie Stanford – violin
  • Rachel Robson – viola
  • Vicky Matthews – cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Anna Calvi.

  1. As a Man
  2. Hunter
  3. Don’t Beat the Girl Out of My Boy
  4. Indies or Paradise
  5. Swimming Pool
  6. Alpha
  7. Chain
  8. Wish
  9. Away
  10. Eden

On February 8, 2011.

On February 8, 2011, “Razor & Tie” label released “Mondo Amore”, the second Nicole Atkins album. It was recorded in 2010 at Seaside Lounge, Park Slope, Brooklyn, and was produced by Nicole Atkins and Phil Palazzolo.

Personnel:

  • Nicole Atkins – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, synth, bass, arranger
  • Phil Palazzolo – guitar, piano, backing vocals
  • Irina Yalkowsky – guitar, slide guitar
  • Danny Clinch – harmonica
  • Jeremy Kay – bass
  • Anthony Chick – bass guitar
  • Adam Christgau, Christopher Donofrio – drums
  • Bradley York, David Moltz – guitar
  • Brendan Ryan – organ
  • Allison Seidner, Isabell Fairbanks – cello
  • Foley Stewart – slide guitar, backing vocals
  • Gillian Rivers – violin
  • Gary Tedder, Jeff Plate , Yim Yames -vocals
  • Dan Chen – piano, organ, engineer
  • Phil Palazzolo – recording, mixing
  • David Richman – design
  • Ryan Turner – back cover illustrations
  • Danny Clinch, Lucia Holm – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Nicole Atkins, except where noted.

  1. Vultures
  2. Cry Cry Cry – Nicole Atkins, Robert Harrison
  3. Hotel Plaster – Nicole Atkins, Robert Harrison
  4. You Come to Me – music by Dan Chen, Nicole Atkins, lyrics by Nicole Atkins
  5. My Baby Don’t Lie
  6. This Is for Love – Nicole Atkins, Robert Harrison
  7. You Were the Devil – music by Bradley York, Nicole Atkins, lyrics by Nicole Atkins
  8. War is Hell – music by Dan Chen, Nicole Atkins, lyrics by Nicole Atkins
  9. Heavy Boots – music by Dan Wilson, Nicole Atkins, lyrics by Nicole Atkins
  10. The Tower – Nicole Atkins, Robert Harrison

 

On April 12, 2011.

On April 11, 2011, “Interscope” label released “Nine Types of Light”, the fourth TV on the Radio studio album. It was recorded in 1973,  and was produced by David Andrew Sitek. “Nine Types of Light” was band’s final album to feature bassist Gerard Smith, who died of lung cancer nine days after it was released.

Personnel:

  • Tunde Adebimpe– vocals, loops, keyboards
  • Jaleel Bunton – drums, bass guitar, guitar, programming, organ, synthesizer, vocals
  • Kyp Malone– vocals, guitar, bass guitar, synthesizer, clarinet, flute, viola
  • David Andrew Sitek– programming, synthesizer, guitar, bass guitar, samples, vocals
  • Gerard A. Smith– bass guitar, organ, samples, synthesizer, vocals
  • Priscilla Ahn– background vocals
  • Stuart Bogie – horn
  • Peter Hess – horn
  • Dan Huron – percussion
  • Michael Irwin – horn
  • Kevin Moehringer – horn
  • Gillian Rivers – strings
  • Todd Simon – horn
  • Kenny Wang – viola
  • Lauren Weaver – strings
  • Jaleel Bunton – programming
  • Rich Costey– mixing
  • Steve Fallone – mastering
  • David Andrew Sitek – programming
  • Zeph Sowers – engineer
  • Tunde Adebimpe – art direction, designer
  • David Andrew Sitek – art direction, designer, photographer
  • Nick Walker – assistant photographer

Track listing:

  1. Second Song
  2. Keep Your Heart
  3. You
  4. No Future Shock
  5. Killer Crane
  6. Will Do
  7. New Cannonball Blues
  8. Repetition
  9. Forgotten
  10. Caffeinated Consciousness