Track List

Generationals - In Green (Volcano, I’m Still Excited!!)

Beach Slang - Younger Us (Japandroids)

The Dodos - Never Meant (American Football)

Deerhoof - Hi (Xiu Xiu)

Fred Thomas - I Heard You Say (Vivian Girls)

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin - Since You Stole My Heart (SLGTM)

Radiation City - The Clod and the Pebble (SSLYBY)

of Montreal - Find Yourself (Jacco Gardner)

Shugo Tokumaru - Gronlandic Edit (of Montreal)

Psychic Twin - While I’m Alive (STRFKR)

Mates of State - So Begins Our Alabee (of Montreal)

Wampire - Face to Face (Jacco Gardner)

Braid - Next of Kin (Alvvays)

Tancred - A Fever (Owen)

Owen - Ears Ring (Rainer Maria)

Rainer Maria - Big Man (Birthmark)

Xiu Xiu - Bubble (The Dodos)

White Reaper - Exit Only (Deerhoof)

V/A - Polyvinyl Plays Polyvinyl (2xLP - 180 Gram Pink/Teal Vinyl)
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Release Date: 11/25/2016
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From early records that documented the Midwestern emo of American Football, Braid, and Rainer Maria to of Montreal’s mercurial mining of musical styles, Ida’s intimate harmonies, Joan of Arc’s sonic experimentation, STRFKR’s electro-pop, the raucous rock-and-roll of Japandroids and Beach Slang, etc. etc. there’s no predicting what a new Polyvinyl release will sound like — just that it’s something we love and think you will, too. And so, to celebrate this diverse discography, we asked 20 members of the Polyvinyl family past and present to cover a song by one of their labelmates. Fittingly, this led to a slew of beloved tracks being re-imagined in a variety of new and surprising ways. Owen (Mike Kinsella) lends his acoustic guitar picking to Rainer Maria’s electric siren call “Ears Ring,” Braid puts a math-y spin on the surf-inflected pop of Alvvays’ “Next of Kin,” and Deerhoof covers Xiu Xiu in the style of White Reaper, because why the hell not? The biggest question, though, was how to name such an eclectic collection of music. Turns out the answer was simple: Polyvinyl Plays Polyvinyl.