Different Folk Records is turning one year old this month and to celebrate we are offering 33.3% off of all vinyl purchases for the rest of November! Stock up now and don't forget that vinyl is the gift that keeps on giving this holiday season!
The record features new tracks from the duo - "Sunday Clothes" and "Lost In The Wind." Enjoy the music video for "Lost in the wind" - also produced by Joey Kneiser - below!
Different Folk Records is proud to announce the release of Gordo Jibang's self-titled debut full-length Record.order your copy today!
Different Folk Records will be releasing a 7 inch vinyl single by Joey Kneiser and Kelly Smith from the Tennessee-based band Glossary.
Stay tuned for more details about this release!
Shadows in the Sunset was recorded live to 2” tape in just three days at a beautiful reclaimed church in Viroqua, WI, that dates to the early 1900s. Produced and engineered by Tom Herbers (Low, the Jayhawks, Trampled by Turtles) Klatt says the album “holds in its grooves ten thousand miles of asphalt, about eight pairs of good shoes, and the generosity of a thousand strangers. It’s a collection of stories about the beauty of blazing sunsets, the art of saying goodbye, and letting endings turn into new beginnings.”
Klatt's record follows Diff Folk's first full length album release, The Foghorn Stringband's Devil in the Seat, which is now available at differentfolkrecords.com/store. Klatt also released a 7 inch 45 rpm vinyl single on Different Folk Records in November (also available at the Diff Folk store.)
Klatt will be performing a release party at The Icehouse in Minneapolis on May 7th 2016 at 10 pm. He'll be playing his newest collection of original material with his roots based backing band and a handful of special guests. Tickets for the show are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.
Biography: Jack Klatt is an award winning songwriter and self taught guitarist from Minneapolis. Combining musical traditions from pre-war blues to the roots of country music, he has been touring the lower 48, spreading his take on American music. He's won recognition from the Minnesota State Arts Board, recorded alongside Spider John Koerner, and made it onto Daytrotter's list of best songs in 2014.