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In celebration of Bathtub Love Killings, we are bringing a special pop-up store to Los Angeles, located within the Scion AV installation (7667 Melrose Ave), from November 15 through December 6. Fans will be able to purchase exclusive Olivia Jean merchandise as well as the "Plum Series" 7" vinyl collection - paying homage to all the Third Man Records records Olivia Jean has played on over the years - with special limited edition plum colored artwork. The following Blue Series and Jack White singles have been OJ'ed: Wanda Jackson "You Know I'm No Good," The Black Belles "What Can I Do?," Karen Elson "The Ghost Who Walks," The Secret Sisters "Big River," Jack White "Love Interruption," "Freedom at 21," "I'm Shakin'," and "Lazaretto."
Beyond her regular merchandise, Olivia Jean will also have a few pop-up specific items: a new t-shirt as well as tote bag!
Olivia Jean and her band will be performing three times while in Los Angeles this week, so if you are in Sunny CA, be sure to catch one of the following in-stores:
November 12 Long Beach, CA Fingerprints - 7 PM
November 13 Los Angeles, CA Amoeba Music - 6 PM
November 15 Los Angeles, CA Scion AV Installation - 7 PM
And, if you're not in Sunny CA, as most of us are not... we have something for you too. Olivia Jean will take the stage to perform her new single "Merry Widow" on CONAN tonight on TBS at 11/10 central. Set your DVR's and don't miss it. In the meantime, listen to "Merry Widow" below, and if you haven't already purchased your copy of Bathtub Love Killings, you can do so here.
Co-presented by Third Man Records and the Belcourt Theatre
November 20th / Doors at 7pm, Screening at 8pm
Third Man Records / tickets available HERE.
Directed by Manfred Kirchheimer - 1981 - USA - 80min - Color - Digital
The earliest filmed document of graffiti, Manfred Kirchheimer’s richly chromatic 16mm city symphony sets images of northern Manhattan to a soundtrack that interweaves ambient city noises with the gutbucket gospel squall of jazz titan Charles Mingus. Long regarded by cinephiles and hip-hop heads as an obscure cult masterpiece since it premiered at the 1981 New York Film Festival, Stations of the Elevated is a celebration of a quintessentially urban art form—at a time when it was largely dismissed as vandalism. This priceless portrait of a bygone era of New York City culture comes to Nashville after its sold-out screening at this year’s BAMcinemaFest.
Preceded by Kirchheimer’s short film Claw, a poetic, deeply critical examination of urban renewal.
All member and non-member tickets will be available via will call, day-of-film, at Third Man beginning at 7pm.
Olivia Jean and her amazing band will be taking the stage on CONAN next Monday, November 10th! Be sure to set your DVR’s or tune into TBS at 11/10c to catch the band's late night television debut!
The 7” vinyl single for Jack White's “Would You Fight For My Love?,” featuring the exclusive non-album B-side cover of Dean Fertita's “Parallel," the closing track from 2009’s Hello=Fire, is now available for purchase via the web store and our Nashville storefront. It will also be available (along with the final remaining general admission tickets to Jack's January Bridgestone Arena show) via the Third Man Rolling Record Store from 7-9pm in Nashville this evening at Fat Bottom Brewing Company for Lightning 100's DJ night, featuring our own Ben Swank and Ben Blackwell.
photographer: Angelina Castillo; model: Elle Long
The Dough Rollers formed in 2008 when Malcolm Ford and Jack Byrne first decided to put their passion for American roots music to work by trying their hand at earnest, neo-revivalism. But, of course, after three years of touring and the addition of Graham Norwood on bass and Kyle Olson on drums, their sound evolved, loosening, snarkening, and darkening. These days, in large part to Ford's hellbent hollering, our boys occupy the sometimes salty, sometimes sweet spot smack dab in between rock and soul. They've toured with the likes of Bob Dylan and Queens of the Stone Age, which, one way or another, led them to Nashville in 2013 to record a 7'' vinyl single for our Blue Series. The result was one of the finest guitar explosions we've ever pressed on wax and a pivotal entry in their discography. Their latest effort, Gone Baby Gone, was recorded with QOTSA's Josh Homme producing, and their swampy new swagger fully realized. It's the work of band that, after all this time and effort, understands their place in the American rock scene.
The Dead Weather’s two new songs “Buzzkill(er)” and “It’s Just Too Bad” are now available to purchase worldwide on iTunes and all other digital retailers. Listen to a stream of "Buzzkill(er)" below.