The very special dinner party edition!
Limited to 200 units world wide, a collaboration between Gut Oggau and City Slang, this release contains:
- A real fancy wooden wine case, a customized Lambchop wine box, containing:
- 2 Bottles of natural biodynamic wines by one of Austria’s finest wineries, GUT OGGAU, two of Kurt Wagner’s favorite wines:
1 x „Theodora 2015” - white - a cuvée of Grüner Veltliner and Welschriesling. Incredibly vivid, fresh and perfect for your dinner party.
1 x „Joschuari 2014” - red - 100 % Blaufrankischof, 100 % natural, nothing added, nothing taken away, unfiltered amazingly elegant red wine, you could put away for
the next decade, or drink in one or two years. These will have just been bottled before being boxed up, and yes, these are hands down two of Kurt Wagner’s favorite wines. Will go down well with every song on this album!
- 2 customized Lambchop wine glasses, from Austria’s high end glass manufacturer Gabriel Glas.
- 1 vinyl double album “Flotus” 180g Vinyl, Gatefold, CD included.
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On 4 November 2016, Lambchop return with For Love Often Turns Us Still - officially titled FLOTUS. Inspired as always to make art from the unusual sounds and scenes of his South Nashville neighbourhood, Kurt Wagner set aside what he has learned over the last 30 years and embarked on a musical adventure to bring us this album that sounds like no one else - or, completely, unmistakably, like himself.
Wanting to make an album that his neighbours and wife would listen to - though a version of that garbled through grocery store speakers and tiny cell phones - Kurt became inspired by, though not tethered to, a plethora of modern day musical voices across modern R&B, soul and hip-hop amongst other genres. “Overall, artists like myself have been using the same production techniques forever, letting technology enhance and further a sound but not really taking it to a new place. Technology bending to the will of the creator became playful, complex, and exciting to hear on repeat with a structure still open to interpretation.”