SHUT UP & DANCE
King Baldwin's Shut Up & Dance is a conservative album written by a bunch of liberals. As a band, our revelation was that people on the left were often just as annoying as people on the right, though none of us had felt allowed to admit it because Trump was so f’ing bad; it seemed like a betrayal. But there was something glorious about ending our self-censorship, and through the King Baldwin lens emerged a group of songs in which Robert E. Lee’s statue advocates for its own removal and Mitch McConnell does blow with Lou Reed. Fiery, funny, and groovy as hell, Shut Up & Dance is the pandemic-era album your post-pandemic ears have been waiting for.
PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
This orchestral, sprawling acid-trip of an album is a thorough retelling of Mussorgsky's famous classical suite. The whole gallery is here, in its own modernized way: towering monuments, lumbering oxen, and the witch Baba Yaga, chasing you through dark woods...
Found Recordings From The Panda Valley Mining Company c.1931 imagines rediscovered field recordings created mostly with homemade instruments. Ever wished you could hear a song about Andy's Warhol's Dracula recorded with rusty sharp percussion-things? This is your album.