Robert's 7th studio album and his newest effort, "Indian Summer", will be released on November 3rd 2017 on Aeronaut Records. "Indian Summer", recorded over 10 days at Red Star in Silver Lake CA, was produced by Robert and long-time colleague and friend Marc Gabor. The record was tracked and mixed by Shane Smith. For the first time on any of his releases, Robert played every instrument on the album.
In addition to Spotify, Apple Music and all the usual digital stores, "Indian Summer" will also be available on 12" vinyl and CD.
- The Brand
- Burn Out
- Gold Wing
- Unspoken Rule
- This Old House
- Forgiveness is a Destination
- The Magic
- Modoc County
- Joseph Campau
- Dark Windows
- Shots Ring Out
- Indian Summer
Glide Magazine is presenting an exclusive preview of Ray & Remora's new video for the song ”Don’t Shoot Me Down”. Read the Glide Magazine article here.
Ray & Remora have finished their new record and it’s slated for a mid-summer release. In the meantime, you can catch them on March 1st at Ham and Eggs, in downtown Los Angeles.
Fans of Robert Francis are in for a lovely surprise when the indie singer-songwriter goes 50’s jazz on Valentine. The eight-song album is an entire cover of Chet Baker’s 1954 classic Chet Baker Sings which was the legendary trumpeteer’s vocal debut. Valentine will be released through Aeronaut Records on November 27th as a limited 500-piece 10” vinyl edition autographed by Robert, with the digital release of the album following on December 11th.
Oct 04 Las Vegas CA Bunkhouse BUY TIX
Oct 08 San Diego CA Soda Bar BUY TIX
Oct 09 Los Angeles CA Bootleg BUY TIX
Oct 10 Santa Ana CA Constellation Room BUY TIX
Oct 11 San Francisco CA Brick & Mortar BUY TIX
Oct 13 Seattle WA Sunset Tavern BUY TIX
Oct 14 Portland OR Bunk Bar BUY TIX
Oct 16 Vancouver BC Electric Owl BUY TIX
Oct 17 Bellingham WA Shakedown BUY TIX
We at Stereogum are apparently not the only people obsessed with celebrating shit from 1994 on its 20th anniversary; the synthpop duo Ray & Remora pay tribute to the entire year on their new 1994 EP, which includes covers of songs by Guided By Voices, Superchunk, Weezer, Sebadoh, and Dinosaur Jr.
In the autumn of 2013, Dan Crane met Amanda Walker at a show in Los Angeles and the two started talking about working on some music together. Crane suggested they start by recording a cover, and the first track they worked on was “Like a Fool” by Superchunk. Not long after that, they came up with the idea of doing an entire album of covers from the year that Superchunk’s album Foolish was released: 1994.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Nous Non Plus, Big Troubles, DJ Shadow, Florence and the Machine, The Horrors, Library Voices, Lights Resolve and My Glorious all appear on both charts this week as well.