Minneapolis shoppers will find the entire Korda CD Katalog at Electric Fetus and Treehouse Records. The birds are singing, the sun is making quick work of melting last week’s spring blizzard; it is a fine day to indulge in new music!
Crisp black and white shadow play sets the mood in The Ocean Blue’s new video for “Sad Night, Where Is Morning?” Directed by musician, visual artist, agency-guy extraordinaire Christian Erickson.
Watch the Paste Magazine video premiere here.
We are excited to announce the release of The Ocean Blue’s new record, Ultramarine, (Korda 004) on vinyl! Korda Records is partnering with our friends at Shelflife on this release, and you can pre-order your copy here now: http://shelflife.com/catalogue/LIFE102.html
The Ocean Blue’s new record is out today and we couldn’t be more excited! Here’s where you can get it:
* from The Ocean Blue:
* from iTunes (featured new music!): https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ultramarine/id601816828
* from Bandcamp:
* from your local independent record store
Sad Night, Where Is Morning? the first single from The Ocean Blue’s new record ULTRAMARINE (out 3/19/13 on Korda Records) is up now for a listen at Stereogum. The single will be for sale soon with a beautiful B side not on the LP. Stay tuned.
Let “Blow My Mind” whisk you into the rich sonic landscape of The Ocean Blue, surrounded by beautiful imagery of Minneapolis as fall turns to winter. Shot around Lake of the Isles, Lake Calhoun, Kenwood Park and directed by Korda’s Allison LaBonne; “Blow My Mind” is an appetizer to tide you over until the much anticipated 3/19/13 release of The Ocean Blue “Ultramarine” LP on Korda Records! Paste Magazine video premiere of The Ocean Blue “Blow My Mind”
Minneapolis music shoppers: Korda Kompilation CDs are now available at Roadrunner, Electric Fetus, Cheapo and Treehouse Records. And do let us know if they are out of stock at any of those stores. Featuring two tracks from every Korda band: The Starfolk, The Ocean Blue, Jim Ruiz Set and Typsy Panthre. Only $5!
It is also available by mail order and download in the Korda Store.
Big thanks to everyone who came to the show! So fun. Pics by Eric Hess and review by Erik Thompson here.