Lost Somewhere Between The Earth and My Home, The Geraldine Fibbers' debut, is out now. The Geraldine Fibbers was an experimental alt-country band formed by Nels Cline of Wilco and Jessica Moss of Thee Silver Mt. Zion. Lost Somewhere Between The Earth and My Home was their 1995 major label debut. It's a tenacious yet warm and inviting album. This version has been remastered from original source and combined with 4 bonus tracks. Check out the video for Thank You For Giving Me Life below.

    Lost Somewhere Between The Earth and My Home is out now on Jealous Butcher Records. It was mastered for vinyl by Adam at Telegraph.

    Big Picture Show, the new album from the acclaimed Alialujah Choir, is out now on Wood Phone / Jealous Butcher RecordsBig Picture Show is an expansion of the sound that made Alialujah Choir critical darlings and fan favorites.  Three and four part harmonies unfold around lush, patient instrumentation.  With the enlistment of a few local luminaries from Blind Pilot, Hook & Anchor, and Neko Case’s band, Alialujah Choir now boasts a lineup that has fully realized it's grand songwriting vision.

    Big Picture Show was tracked and mixed at Type Foundry by Adam Selzer.  It was mastered for digital and vinyl at Telegraph.

    The ambitious, and long overdue, reissue for Red Red Meat's There's A Star Above The Manger Tonight is happening, and everyone is excited. The seminal indie band, with members that would go on to form Califone, has partnered with Jealous Butcher Records for an absurdly deluxe re-release.  Included with the original album are b-sides/lost tracks that Telegraph had the pleasure of remastering.  Grab a copy and enjoy!

    The self-titled debut from Hook and Anchor is out now.  This well reviewed and hotly anticipated album is a blast of Americana and melodic rock that pushes all the right buttons.  Check out the teaser trailer for the album below.  

    Hook and Anchor was mixed by Adam Selzer at Type Foundry and mastered for digital & vinyl at Telegraph.

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