Album artwork for Dreamviolence by Bambara
Album artwork for Dreamviolence by Bambara

Reissue of 2013 album that has only been on vinyl once and in a micro edition. Dreamviolence is Bambara’s full-length follow-up to their ac­claimed debut EP Dog Ear Days (2010). After playing countless deafening shows in their hometown of Athens, touring the US in sweaty house shows and sharing bills with Iceage, Grimes, Litur­gy, A Place to Bury Strangers, and Parts and Labor, Bambara decided to leave their beloved Athens and move to a basement apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn for a change. Here they practiced, slept and recorded for the majority of 2012. Following the release of a Kate Bush cover and a 10 minute improv noise EP Rings early in the year, Bambara began to work on Dreamviolence.

With a minimal recording set-up and little sunlight, the band was able to completely capture the dark, grimy, noisy sound they are known for while maintaining the lush beauty that glues it all to­gether. Reid’s voice croons and snarls the fragmented images of the city. Blaze and William’s driving rhythm section plows and swings through the dirge of vocal noise with furious power. Bambara doesn’t want you to get comfortable in Dreamviolence. They prefer to send you through vortexes of haunting noise be­fore you reach the dreamy euphoria waiting in the wreckage.

Bambara

Dreamviolence

Wharf Cat
Album artwork for Dreamviolence by Bambara
LP +

$29.99$24.99

saleexclusivesigned

With Signed Postcard

Translucent Blue

Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 300 copies
Released 09/29/2023Catalog Number

WCR140LP-C1-RT

Album artwork for Dreamviolence by Bambara
LP

$22.99

Released 09/29/2023Catalog Number

WCR140lp

Bambara

Dreamviolence

Wharf Cat
Album artwork for Dreamviolence by Bambara
LP +

$29.99$24.99

saleexclusivesigned

With Signed Postcard

Translucent Blue

Rough Trade Exclusive
Signed Copy
Limited to 300 copies
Released 09/29/2023Catalog Number

WCR140LP-C1-RT

Album artwork for Dreamviolence by Bambara
LP

$22.99

Released 09/29/2023Catalog Number

WCR140lp

Reissue of 2013 album that has only been on vinyl once and in a micro edition. Dreamviolence is Bambara’s full-length follow-up to their ac­claimed debut EP Dog Ear Days (2010). After playing countless deafening shows in their hometown of Athens, touring the US in sweaty house shows and sharing bills with Iceage, Grimes, Litur­gy, A Place to Bury Strangers, and Parts and Labor, Bambara decided to leave their beloved Athens and move to a basement apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn for a change. Here they practiced, slept and recorded for the majority of 2012. Following the release of a Kate Bush cover and a 10 minute improv noise EP Rings early in the year, Bambara began to work on Dreamviolence.

With a minimal recording set-up and little sunlight, the band was able to completely capture the dark, grimy, noisy sound they are known for while maintaining the lush beauty that glues it all to­gether. Reid’s voice croons and snarls the fragmented images of the city. Blaze and William’s driving rhythm section plows and swings through the dirge of vocal noise with furious power. Bambara doesn’t want you to get comfortable in Dreamviolence. They prefer to send you through vortexes of haunting noise be­fore you reach the dreamy euphoria waiting in the wreckage.