Album artwork for Zuma 85 by Allah Las

For the last 15 years, Allah-Las have alchemically melded surf rock washes with folk rock jangle and rock, building up their lauded music podcast, Reverberation Radio, and record label, Calico Discos, in the process. But a lot has changed since Matthew Correia (drums/vocals), Spencer Dunham (bass, guitar, vocals), Miles Michaud (guitar, organ, vocals), and Pedrum Siadatian (guitar, synth, vocals) first bonded over psych rock vinyl in the back room at Amoeba Records in the late aughts. Zuma 85 signals the start of a new era for Allah-Las, and finds the band reinventing itself in defiance of the algorithmic categorization and robotic sterility. Recorded in the midst of the shift from the Old World to whatever branch of reality we’re on now, it’s a return, too: The album will be released October 13th on their own label, Calico Discos, in partnership with Innovative Leisure, which released early defining statements like Allah-Las (2012) and Worship The Sun (2014).

Allah Las

Zuma 85

Innovative Leisure
Album artwork for Zuma 85 by Allah Las
LP

$32.99

Black
Released 10/13/2023Catalog Number

LP-IL-2110

Album artwork for Zuma 85 by Allah Las
CD

$16.99

Released 10/13/2023Catalog Number

CD-IL-2110

Album artwork for Zuma 85 by Allah Las
Tape

$12.99

Released 10/13/2023Catalog Number

CS-IL-2110

Allah Las

Zuma 85

Innovative Leisure
Album artwork for Zuma 85 by Allah Las
LP

$32.99

Black
Released 10/13/2023Catalog Number

LP-IL-2110

Album artwork for Zuma 85 by Allah Las
CD

$16.99

Released 10/13/2023Catalog Number

CD-IL-2110

Album artwork for Zuma 85 by Allah Las
Tape

$12.99

Released 10/13/2023Catalog Number

CS-IL-2110

For the last 15 years, Allah-Las have alchemically melded surf rock washes with folk rock jangle and rock, building up their lauded music podcast, Reverberation Radio, and record label, Calico Discos, in the process. But a lot has changed since Matthew Correia (drums/vocals), Spencer Dunham (bass, guitar, vocals), Miles Michaud (guitar, organ, vocals), and Pedrum Siadatian (guitar, synth, vocals) first bonded over psych rock vinyl in the back room at Amoeba Records in the late aughts. Zuma 85 signals the start of a new era for Allah-Las, and finds the band reinventing itself in defiance of the algorithmic categorization and robotic sterility. Recorded in the midst of the shift from the Old World to whatever branch of reality we’re on now, it’s a return, too: The album will be released October 13th on their own label, Calico Discos, in partnership with Innovative Leisure, which released early defining statements like Allah-Las (2012) and Worship The Sun (2014).