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  1. Who Is the Sender? is the fifth studio album by English singer, pianist and songwriter Bill Fay, released by Dead Oceans in April 2015 by Dead Oceans.The second album track, "War Machine", was released in February 2015.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › B-Grade_UniversityAlex Lahey - Wikipedia

    In January 2017 Lahey signed to the Dead Oceans label, which re-released her EP. On 6 October 2017 she issued her debut album, I Love You Like a Brother, through her own independent label, Nicky Boy Records/Dead Oceans via Caroline Australia/Universal Music Australia.

    • Alexandra Lahey
    • Musician
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_Pumpkin_FairiesSlowdive - Wikipedia

    In January 2017, Slowdive released "Star Roving", their first single in 22 years, on Dead Oceans. Their fourth, self-titled album, was released in May 2017, preceded by another single, "Sugar for the Pill". As of September 2020, Slowdive are working on their fifth studio album.

  4. Dead Oceans est une étiquette incluse dans Groupe secrètement, qui comprend également Secrètement canadien et Jagjaguwar. Groupe secrètement comprend les trois maisons de disques ainsi qu'un éditeur de musique connu comme Publication secrète , représentant des artistes, des écrivains, des cinéastes, des producteurs et des comédiens.

  5. There's No Leaving Now is the third studio album by Swedish folk artist The Tallest Man on Earth, released on 11 June 2012 on Dead Oceans. The album was preceded by the single "1904", released as a digital download on 15 May 2012. The track was also made available as a free download on Rolling Stone ' s official website.

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    • 11 June 2012
    • 38:57
    • Folk
  6. The concert took place at the Södra Teatern (English: Southern Theatre) in Stockholm, where Matsson played alongside, among others, I'm Kingfisher and Idiot Wind. Molina died on 16 March 2013. Dark Bird Is Home (2015) Matsson's fourth studio album as The Tallest Man on Earth, Dark Bird Is Home, was released on 12 May 2015 on Dead Oceans.

  7. Their official debut appearance was July 31, 2008 at Seattle's Neumos, where their self released EP "Weepy" was available for the first time. Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band signed with Dead Oceans in the fall of 2008 and released their self-entitled first LP in the spring of 2009.

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