And the War Came - 'And the War Came' marks a significant step forward in Shakey Graves' career. The album is a rich tapestry of musical genres, blending folk, rock, and Americana. With guest appearances by Esme Patterson and other talented artists, this album explores complex themes and showcases Shakey Graves' versatility.
Can't Wake Up - 'Can't Wake Up' represents a departure from Shakey Graves' earlier work, as he experiments with a broader sonic palette. The album incorporates elements of psychedelic rock and pop, while still retaining his signature songwriting style. Tracks like "Kids These Days" and "Counting Sheep" showcase his artistic evolution.
Roll the Bones X- A special release to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his debut album, 'Roll the Bones X' includes a reimagined version of the original record, highlighting Shakey Graves' growth as an artist over the years. It also features live recordings and bonus tracks, making it a must-have for long-time fans.
Shakey Graves And The Horse He Rode In On -
Shakey Graves And The Horse He Rode In On (Nobody's Fool & The Donor Blues EP) on clear double 180-gram vinyl. This vinyl consists of b-sides and rare tracks from Shakey Graves' catalog. The vinyl comes with a download card for 320kbps mp3s of the whole double-album.
Movie Of The Week - His latest full-length of originals, Movie Of The Week is a sonic leap forward. Whittled down from epic-length studio jam sessions Rose-Garcia recorded with a new-to-him group of musicians,the eclectic album encompasses languid psych-rock, sparse folk, funky lo-fi rock, and even sampled found sounds. Movie of the Week also features the hit single “Ready or Not,” an easygoing, rootsy-bluesy duet with Sierra Ferrell.