Mysterious, laser-eyed, electronic collective, TETRIX, has apparently been very busy over the past 13 years, releasing an album for each year of its existence. To celebrate their latest release, the band is offering a very uniquely Continue reading
Ramona Falls is an alt/rock act out of Portland who have recently released their newest album, Prophet. The video above demonstrates the lengths the band and designer/performer Nicholas Mahon went to to deliver a very unique piece of packaging that reflects a unique mix of art, illustration and typography.
You may remember singer/songwriter Daniel Johnston as the subject of a 2006 documentary, The Devil and Daniel Johnston. Daniel has been a prolific recording artist, having written and released over 30 albums since the start of his career in 1981. Daniel’s newest release, Space Continue reading
Tyneham House’s self-titled album is a joint release between two indie labels, Clay Pipe Music and Second Language—both are known for their limited edition runs and attention to packaging. The band features members from a variety of Second Language acts, but their true identities are shrouded in secrecy. This particular release features Continue reading
Last month, RokRiot profiled some stellar special-edition packaging from the recent DJ Food/Ninja Tune release, The Search Engine. We were really struck by the album’s book format, its use of photography and illustration, and, of course, who doesn’t like a transparent vinyl acetate—a brilliant Continue reading
A random selection of album art for impending releases. The album featuring the photo of a blonde kid (Lucas Vercetti) is Odd Future’s new release; the horned skull is new Demon Hunter. What’s appealing and what’s appalling? That’s for you to comment on below.