Destroyer: Madame Butterflies

Hopefully, you made it out to your local independent record store on Saturday for Record Store Day.

I hit Stinkweeds and was encouraged by the crowd and the general hustle and bustle of the store. Yes, every day should be Record Store Day.

Thankfully, I made it in time before some of the exclusive 7-inch records were all gone. I managed to pick up a Built to Spill 7-inch that contains live versions of Don’t Try and The Source. I also grabbed the free Merge offering, a split 7-inch with unreleased songs by Destroyer and Wye Oak.

Before any dust could settle on my virgin vinyl, I converted the Destroyer track, Madame Butterflies, into mp3 format. It sounds like it definitely could have come from recording sessions for Trouble in Dreams with its loose guitar coloring.

Remember: Destroyer plays the Rhythm Room on May 18. (Buy tickets.)

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