12 Sep 2015

Phil Waldorf

From RNZ Music, 3:40 pm on 12 September 2015
Phil Waldorf

Phil Waldorf Photo: RNZ / Emma Smith

Starting out in college radio and the kinds of record stores that dedicate a whole section to kraut rock, Phil Waldorf was involved in Sub Pop subsidiary Misra, before co-founding Dead Oceans in 2007.  Dirty Projectors, A Place To Bury Strangers, Phosphorescent and Akron/Family have all released material through the label.

Dead Oceans is also part of a bigger family of labels- Secretly Group. He talks with Emma Smith. 

Music Details

Artist: APTBS
Song: Lower Zone 
Composer: APTBS
Album: Transfixiation
Label: Dead Oceans

Artist: Lord Rahburn
Song: Disco Connection
Composer: Lord Rahburn
Album: Cult Cargo: Belize CIty Boil Up
Label: Numero Group

Artist: Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Song: Can't Keep Checking My Phone
Composer: Nielson 
Album: Multi-Love
Label: Jagjaguwar

Artist: Mark McGuire
Song: Wonderland of Living Things
Composer: McGuire
Album: Along The Way
Label: Dead Oceans

Artist: APTBS
Song: Supermaster
Composer: APTBS
Album: Transfixiation
Label: Dead Oceans

Artist: The Explorer's Club
Song: Do You Love Me
Composer: The Explorer's Club
Album: Freedom Wind
Label: Dead Oceans

Artist: The War On Drugs
Song: An Ocean In Between The Waves
Composer: The War On Drugs
Album: Lost In The Dream
Label: Secretly Canadian

Artist: Antony And The Johnsons
Song: Swanlights
Composer: Johnsons
Album: Swanlights
Label: Secretly Canadian 

Artist: Akron Family 
Song: Silly Bears
Album: S/T II: The Cosmic Birth And Journey Of Shinju TNT
Label: Dead Oceans

Artist: Phosphorescent
Song: Song For Zula
Composer: Phosphorescent
Album: Muchacho
Label: Dead Oceans

Artist: Bully
Song:I Remember
Composer: Bully
Album: Feels Like
Label: Columbia

Artist: Viet Cong
Song:Continental Shelf
Composer: Viet Cong
Album: Viet Cong
Label: Jagjaguwar

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