On June 22, 2018, “4AD” label released “Kazuashita”, the sixth Gang Gang Dance studio album. It was recorded in 2018, and was produced by Brian Degraw.
Liz Bougatsos – lead vocals Brian DeGraw – guitar, drums Josh Diamond – guitar Shiyé Bidziil – vocals Jack Walls – vocals Oliver Payne – vocals Ryan Sawyer – drums Josh Druckman – engineer Sean Maffucci – engineer Patrick Higgins – engineer Andrew Barker – engineer Jorge Elbrecht – mixing Heba Kadry – mastering
Infirma Terrae J-Tree Lotus Birth Canal Kazuashita Young Boy (Marika in Amerika) Snake Dub Too Much, Too Soon Novae Terrae Save on the Sorrow
On November 18, 2014, “4AD” label released “Pom Pom”, the tenth Ariel Pink studio album. It was recorded in 2018, and was produced by Ariel Pink.
Ariel Pink – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, artwork, layout Joe Kennedy – synthesizer, harmonies, backing vocals Kenny Gilmore – drums, keyboards, bass guitar, backing vocals, engineering, editing Don Bolles – drums, guitar, harmonies, backing vocals, recording Jorge Elbrecht – vocals, guitar, synthesizer, sampler Shags Chamberlain – vocals, synthesizer, bass, sequencing, programming Justin Raisen – guitar Jason Pierce – guitar Alex Brettin – twelve-string guitar Jack Name – vocals, guitar, analog synthesizer, radar, OPS Ben Brown – guitar, vibraphone, violin arrangements, organ Ben Salomon – vibraphone Tim Koh – vocals, bass, drums Chloe Sykes – vocals Piper Kaplan – vocals Soko Sokolinski – vocals Cole Greif-Neill – programming drums, live drums, Ableton, Logic Jimi Hey – drums, electronic flute Phillip Haut – engineering Samlir Kholija – engineering, recording David Ives – mastering Matt Fishbeck – artwork, layout Linda Rosenberg – photography
Plastic Raincoats in the Pig Parade – Ariel Pink, Kim Fowley White Freckles – Ariel Pink, Kenny Gilmore Four Shadows – Ariel Pink, Don Bolles Lipstick – Ariel Pink Not Enough Violence – Alex Kazemi, Ariel Pink, Don Bolles, Shags Chamberlain Put Your Number in My Place – Ariel Pink, Jorge Elbrecht One Summer Night – Pink Ariel Nude Beach a Go-Go – Pink Ariel, Kim Fowley Goth Bomb – Pink Ariel Dinosaur Carebears – Ariel Pink, Joe Kennedy, Shags Chamberlain Negativ Ed – Ariel Pink Sexual Athletics – Ariel Pink, Don Bolles, Kim Fowley Jell-O – Ariel Pink, Kim Fowley Black Ballerina – Ariel Pink Picture Me Gone – Ariel Pink, Justin Raisen, Mary Raisen Exile on Frog Street – Ariel Pink, Joe Kennedy, Kim Fowley Dayzed Inn Daydreams – Ariel Pink
On July 14, 2017, “Dead Oceans” label released “Soft Sounds from Another Planet”, the second Japanese Breakfast studio album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by Craig Hendrix and Michelle Zauner.
Michelle Zauner– vocals, guitars
David Bartler – saxophone
Asher Brooks – trumpet
Jorge Elbrecht – mixing
David Hartley– engineer
Todd Schied – engineer
Craig Hendrix – engineer
Michael Johnson – engineer
Heba Kadry – mastering
Craig Scheihing – photography
Nathaniel David Utesch – design
All tracks by Michelle Zauner.
Soft Sounds from Another Planet
Jimmy Fallon Big!
The Body Is a Blade
Here Come the Tubular Bells