Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky
Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky
Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky
Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky

Mamalarky spent two years working on their self-titled debut album. Raw and cerebral, the LP looks to a range of influences from their collective musical nerdiness. ''We might have a vocal melody that sounds like the lead steel guitar from Santo & Johnny, played over production that aims to be noisy and weird like Deerhoof or Sheer Mag, all the while steeped in the greats like Stevie Wonder or The Four Seasons,' explains Livvy. The album itself was cobbled together in a mix of DIY ways: home recordings with Livvy's roommate Joey Oaxaca (White Reaper, Mo Dotti), singles with Daniel McNeill (White Denim) and a "final wrapping-up" with engineer Jim Vollentine (Spoon, Skating Polly). The result is an album that's as musically fun and explorative as it is catchy and sweet. Or as Mamalarky puts it, "We want to provide an experience that's exploratory and trippy, but far removed from the problematic and corny stereotypes carried out by all those 60s dude bands."

Mamalarky

Mamalarky

Fire Talk
Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky
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Released 11/20/2020Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky
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Released 11/20/2020Catalogue Number

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Mamalarky

Mamalarky

Fire Talk
Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky
CD

$14.99

Released 11/20/2020Catalogue Number

CD-FTK-171

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Mamalarky by Mamalarky
LP

$20.99

Black
Released 11/20/2020Catalogue Number

LP-FTK-171

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Mamalarky spent two years working on their self-titled debut album. Raw and cerebral, the LP looks to a range of influences from their collective musical nerdiness. ''We might have a vocal melody that sounds like the lead steel guitar from Santo & Johnny, played over production that aims to be noisy and weird like Deerhoof or Sheer Mag, all the while steeped in the greats like Stevie Wonder or The Four Seasons,' explains Livvy. The album itself was cobbled together in a mix of DIY ways: home recordings with Livvy's roommate Joey Oaxaca (White Reaper, Mo Dotti), singles with Daniel McNeill (White Denim) and a "final wrapping-up" with engineer Jim Vollentine (Spoon, Skating Polly). The result is an album that's as musically fun and explorative as it is catchy and sweet. Or as Mamalarky puts it, "We want to provide an experience that's exploratory and trippy, but far removed from the problematic and corny stereotypes carried out by all those 60s dude bands."