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Label Obscura/P572 reissue (swedish) Death Polka’s ‘Judith Judith’ tragedy concept album

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(swedish) Death Polka

Toronto’s Label Obscura and Quebec City’s P572 are proud to announce a joint reissue of (swedish) Death Polka’s 2006 album ‘Judith Judith’ on November 3rd. This concept album weaves the tale of an imaginary orphan girl named Judith killed in the real-life tragedies of the Quebec Bridge collapses, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of its rebuilding. Blending history with fiction, (swedish) Death Polka set Judith’s… Read more »

The Meligrove Band’s 2006 classic ‘Planets Conspire’ reissued by Label Obscura

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The Meligrove Band

Continuing its deluxe reissues of Canadian classics, Label Obscura has announced the release the definitive double LP edition of The Meligrove Band’s ‘Planets Conspire on November 10th. Originally released in 2006, this long out of print piano-driven indie-pop epic became a breakthrough for the Toronto band, leading to their signing as the first Canadian group on UK major label V2… Read more »

The Nils’ 1987 cult classic power-pop album reissued by Label Obscura

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The Nils

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Nils’ 1987 debut LP, Label Obscura has announced that they’ll reissue a deluxe remastered LP, available on vinyl for the first time in decades on October 14th. This edition of The Nils’ classic debut features new artwork from Yorodeo (the visual art collective of Dog Day’s Seth Smith), a gatefold jacket with archival photos, and… Read more »

Change Of Heart to reissue ‘Smile’ on double LP

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Change of Heart

Label Obscura has announced the upcoming reissue of Change Of Heart’s seminal 1992 album ‘Smile’. It will finally see its first release on vinyl, as a double LP on July 22, 2017. Originally released twenty-five years ago by Cargo Records, ‘Smile’ is a twenty-one song album and a beautiful chunk of Toronto indie history, which was recorded in early January, 1992… Read more »

Plumtree’s 3 classic 90s albums to be released on VINYL for the FIRST time

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PLUMTREE

Label Obscura have announced that they will be releasing all three of Plumtree’s albums (Mass Teen Fainting // Plumtree Predicts The Future // This Day Won’t Last At All) for the first time ever on vinyl. All 3 albums have been mastered for vinyl release at Toronto’s Lacquer Channel, pressed on 180 gram vinyl with deluxe packaging, new artwork courtesy of Yorodeo and liner notes by music journalist… Read more »