Album artwork for Hot Rail by Calexico

Hot Rail is a lazy, dissolving dream of a record that glimmers in and out like a mirage and sharpens to a hard focus…” - Rolling Stone “...a desert noir scorcher that invokes the wide-open plains of the band’s Tucson, Arizona, hometown.” - Billboard Calexico is the collective that centers around Tucson’s own Joey Burns and John Convertino. Whether as two musicians playing as a duo or performing with an international conglomerate of additional musicians, the band creates sounds from a vaguely familiar long lost era and mixes new, decidedly non-traditional influences into a whole new music. Their music is intentionally colored and inspired by the Sonoran Desert. Their sound is that of the border town station, the last outpost between the southern states and the wilds of Northern Mexico. But whatever people call it—it’s refreshingly bona-fide Calexico

Calexico

Hot Rail

Quarterstick
Album artwork for Hot Rail by Calexico
LP

$35.99

180 Gram Vinyl.

Gold
Released 10/24/2020Catalogue Number

QS162lp-C1

Album artwork for Hot Rail by Calexico
LP

$22.99

Black
Released 01/21/2022Catalogue Number

QS062

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Calexico

Hot Rail

Quarterstick
Album artwork for Hot Rail by Calexico
LP

$35.99

180 Gram Vinyl.

Gold
Released 10/24/2020Catalogue Number

QS162lp-C1

Album artwork for Hot Rail by Calexico
LP

$22.99

Black
Released 01/21/2022Catalogue Number

QS062

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Hot Rail is a lazy, dissolving dream of a record that glimmers in and out like a mirage and sharpens to a hard focus…” - Rolling Stone “...a desert noir scorcher that invokes the wide-open plains of the band’s Tucson, Arizona, hometown.” - Billboard Calexico is the collective that centers around Tucson’s own Joey Burns and John Convertino. Whether as two musicians playing as a duo or performing with an international conglomerate of additional musicians, the band creates sounds from a vaguely familiar long lost era and mixes new, decidedly non-traditional influences into a whole new music. Their music is intentionally colored and inspired by the Sonoran Desert. Their sound is that of the border town station, the last outpost between the southern states and the wilds of Northern Mexico. But whatever people call it—it’s refreshingly bona-fide Calexico