Ernest Jenning Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Built To Spill
Built To Spill Plays The Songs of Daniel Johnston

More than just an average tribute album, Built To Spill Plays the Songs of Daniel Johnston originated when the American indie veterans were invited to stand in as the late singer-songwriter’s backing band in 2017 for a few shows. This new 11-track compilation is constructed around actual rehearsal material, with the trio Doug Martsch, Jason Albertini and Steve Gere heard performing. Johnston, however, does not feature. 
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Versus
Ex Voto

American indie rock stalwarts, Versus, return with their first album in nine years, Ex Voto. It is the band’s sixth album in their 25 year career. It follows their recent EP, Ex Nihilo and support slots with Ex Hex and Galaxie 500. Lead single Mummified is typical of the band, mixing glorious melodies with something much darker and screechy. It is worth noting that their bass player is called Fontaine Toups. 
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PAWS
Your Church On My Bonfire

The fourth LP from PAWS drops through the Ernest Jenning Record Company (King Khan & His Shrines, Sunshine & The Rain). Your Church On My Bonfire is a record that synthesises sadness and noise in a manner similar to fellow Glaswegian rockers Frightened Rabbit and early Biffy Clyro. Meredith Godreau (Gregory & The Hawk) shows up with some guest vocals on ‘The Slow Spirit’.
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Savak
Cut-Ups

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Las Rosas
Everyone Gets Exactly What They Want

Las Rosas are a band made up of members with previous experience in the bands Wild Yaks and Harlem. That means that Everyone Gets Exactly What They Want sounds totally confident and together, even though it is their debut full-length. Neat and clever garage-pop from New York! Released by Ernest Jenning.
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Title Tracks
Long Dream

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William S. Burroughs
Let Me Hang You

This remarkable record is centred around William S. Burroughs reading extracts from his gloriously disgusting tour-de-force Naked Lunch. On Let Me Hang You, his incredible voice is surrounded by the music of Bill Frisell, Eyvind Kang (who recorded with Burroughs when he was alive) and King Khan (who finished off the project in the present day). Gnarly words and groovy jams. On Ernest Jenning.

The Black Hollies / The Dansettes
Split

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Saturday Looks Good To Me
Dianne Falling Off Her Horse

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Albertans
Sex With An Angel

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Takka Takka
We Feel Safer At Night

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Saturday Looks Good To Me
Money In The Afterlife/ All The Sidewalk Birds

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