Kurt Wagner released his latest Lambchop album, The Bible, a couple weeks back. Made in Minneapolis with Ryan Olsen, Andrew Broder and others, it finds Wagner taking his project into new sonic territory. As I wrote in Indie Basement, "The Bible is unlike any other Lambchop album and yet it's like every Lambchop album all at once, the kind of fucked-up country / gospel / disco / jazz / torch song record that could only be made in Minneapolis by a Nashvillian with access to vocoders and a throat singer." You can listen to The Bible below.
There are a few Lambchop shows on the horizon. This Saturday (10/15) he'll play Sylvan Esso's Psychic Hotline Block Party in Carrboro, NC with The A’s, Arooj Aftab, Bartees Strange, Hand Habits, Joe Rainey, Loamlands, and more. Check out the poster below.