Music Weekly: Enjoy the Ride Restocks
We hope you enjoyed the launch of the new website last week and had plenty of fun digging through our digital crates (so to speak).
This week, while we don't have any new Mondo or Death Waltz titles (we have a "badass" one next week that we are super excited about), we are going to take the time to spotlight one of our favorite indie labels around - ENJOY THE RIDE / ENJOY THE TOONS records.
Based out of Long Island, NY, ETR has been putting out incredible releases for nearly as long as we have. We are proud to be stockists of their diverse pop-culture catalog, with more of their non-soundtrack stuff on the way.

This week we will be stocking, for the first time, THE ADDAMS FAMILY, THE SHED, and their TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES single, as well as restocks of their highly coveted HEY ARNOLD!, and more.

LP Pressed on 140 Gram Lightbulb colored vinyl, and is housed in a 350gsm single-pocket gatefold jacket, which includes a full-color insert featuring art from the film. $25

LP Pressed on Shotgun Brain Blast colored vinyl, and is housed in a 350 gsm gatefold jacket with spot gloss. $22

Pressed on 140 gram Shredder colored vinyl at 45 RPM for optimal sound quality, these albums feature a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle screen print on the B side of the record, and is housed in a 350gsm single LP jacket, which includes flip-up sewer cap cover art, revealing the Turtles when opened. $20

But that's not all! This coming Friday we will be hosting a Happy Hour with Ross and Michele from ENJOY THE RIDE, as well as a few other special guests, to celebrate their forthcoming new release HARD TICKET TO HAWAII (which we will have an exclusive of, later this month), as well as announcing their next release, which is an absolute banger.

MO'S PICK OF THE WEEK - girl in red - If I Could Make It Go Quiet (AWAL)
22-year-old Norwegian musician Marie Ulven's debut album is my favorite kind of type of indie-pop - melodically sweet, with some of the most cleverly sour lyrics - such a specific type of nasal angst you could almost classify it as emo. The modern pop production would tell you otherwise, but fifteen years ago she would've been the biggest draw of the main stage of Warped Tour, with sing-alongs heard all the way from the Monster Energy Tent. Get it here.
SPENCER'S PICK OF THE WEEK - Molly Burch - Romantic Images (Captured Tracks)
The Austin-based songwriter returns with a brand new LP and it is absolutely amazing. Synth-based indie-pop (with the emphasis on POP), killer songs, and super clean production mean that this is a winner from beginning to end! The Dinked collective also has a simple amazing package, that is limited to 1-per-person. Get it here.

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