Ultimate Painting
'Dusk'. The third LP for Jack and James on Chicago amazing Trouble in Mind label. Photography by John Sturdy.
Art Direction | Design | Production
Ryley Walker
Pass the chicken and listen. 'Primrose Green', Ryley's first LP on Dead Oceans was a standout of the year. A heady mix of some of the best folk and jazz delivered with carefree confidence.
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Third Man Records: Singles 2009
Wrapping up year one at TMR with a collection of the years 7" releases. From TMR001 The Dead Weather's 'Hang You From the Heavens' via Jack's first solo release 'Fly Farm Blues', to rare obscurities like Carl Sagan's 'A Glorious Dawn', the singles of that first year firmly established the label and lent a hand in kick starting the vinyl revival.
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Anohni
'Hopelessness', the first great protest record of this millennium. Portrait by Inez and Vinoodh.
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The Dead Weather
'Sea of Cowards Live'. Direct to tape. From the 'Blue Room' Nashville 2010.
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Luke Temple
The ominously titled solo album, 'A Hand Through The Cellar Door' was a wonderfully written insightful and at times devastating record. The otherworldly nature was captured by the wonderfully talented photographer Steve Keros.
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William Eggleston
Memphis legend #1
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Strand Of Oaks
Tim Showalter's follow up to Heal was a party record. 'Hard Love' was raw, manic and unashamedly positive.
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The Greenhornes
"Four Stars" was the bands first LP on Jack White's Third Man Records and the first of a few creative collaborations with drummer Patrick Keeler.
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Steven A. Clark
The Lonely Roller. The outsider. Steven's debut record, portrayed a character on the outside of life looking in. Photography by Nick Simonite
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Kevin Morby
'City Music', Kevin's homage to the cities he loves was a visual homage to the post punk records of 78-81 that he drew influence from for this record. Photography by Dusdin Condron
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Dasher
The Atlanta punk's first LP cover sought to capture the bands lively and often volatile live performances.
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Tim Darcy
Saturday Night. The debut solo album for Ought frontman took inspiration from classic LP covers by Nick Drake, Townes Van Zandt and Kate Bush. Photography by Shawn Brackbill.
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Here We Go Magic
Be Small. But 'Be Bold'.
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