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Mandala Brush

Spain return to Glitterhouse Records with their seventh studio LP. Josh Haden wanted to capture the energy of the band’s concerts on Mandala Brush. As such, all songs were recorded live and without a click track. This results in a nice ebb and flow to the brooding Americana-noir o...view item »

Live At The Lovesong

What. A. Life. One morning Spain’s Josh Haden woke up and thought "You know, I'd like to go on tour in L.A.” We’ve all been there. Thing is Josh made it actually happen and his band booked a residency at an LA speakeasy called The Love Song Bar. He also taped the results which you ...view item »


Spain is the long-running band project of Josh Haden. Josh’s father was in fact Charlie Haden, the big-deal free jazz bassist who played in Ornette Coleman’s classic quartet, and his recent death appears to have been an influence on the americana-tin...view item »

Spain 3-in-1 Value Pack

Do you like Spain? (I mean the band, not the country) Well then you’ll love this bargainous release, which collects the group’s first three records in one nifty 3-in-1 Value Pack. The slowcore heroes’ records were originally CD only until some 2012 vinyl reissues, so these albums are still pretty vinyl...view item »

Sargent Place

Sargent Place is the 7th studio album by slowcore legends Spain. The album is regarded as being the Los Angeles four-piece’s best work since their 1995 debut, The Blue Moods Of Spain. The band are fronted by Josh Haden who is the son of jazz legend Charlie Haden. Sargent Place features a ...view item »

She Haunts My Dreams

Ah, the lovely slowcore of Spain. “She Haunts My Dreams” is their second album, released in 1999. “I’m Leaving You” pulls you in immediately. Josh Haden’s voice sounds like Lou Barlow at his most mellow and the songs have a similar heart-wrenching quality and similar subject matter ...view item »

The Blue Moods Of Spain

In the '90s, for many record companies and music fans, the CD was the format of choice and vinyl was mostly forgotten about. Because of this, none of the Spain albums were originally issued on vinyl. To right that wrong, the slowcore heroes albums are now being reissued on 180g coloured vinyl through Omnivore Recordings, startin...view item »