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Cat: SPANK 706. Rel: 16 Aug 06
Rock (All)
  1. You Excite Me
  2. Inside/Outside (BBC Session)
Review: Produced by the legendary Soulwax desk driver Tony Platt, "You Excite Me" is the second single to be taken from the bands eagerly awaited second album. They've enjoyed great radio support (Radio 1 airplays from Steve Lamacq, Hugh Stephens, Radio 6 from Tom Robinson, Phil Jupitus and Janice Long at Radio 2) and previous single saw the band receive their first TV play with the video featured on MTV2's 120 Minutes.
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out of stock $3.19
Cat: GRRR 8. Rel: 22 Nov 06
Rock (All)
  1. Money Is The Drug
  2. Saying My Name
Review: Limited 7" from Tigertrap Records.
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out of stock $3.73
Cat: RTRADS 341. Rel: 21 Jun 06
 
Rock (All)
  1. Hypnotised
  2. I Think I'll Move
Review: This is the first single taken from their second long player "Do Whatever Turns you on". Aberfeldy front man Riley Briggs explains, "It was a pretty basic kind of pop song," admits Riley "I like nice, easy-to-trip-off-the-tongue lyrics, and lots of alliteration. The song was written in the context of ID cards and CCTV everywhere. You're being watched and monitored all the time and being encouraged to switch off at the same time".
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out of stock $2.12
Cat: RUG 231. Rel: 03 Aug 06
Rock (All)
  1. Launch Yourself (Four Tet mix)
  2. Launch Yourself (Thomas Eriksen mix)
Review: The key cut from "Love And Other Planets" gets the remix treatment from some great current talent. Being the most percussive and groove based track on the album, "Launch Yourself" lends itself perfectly to some inspired and diverse remixes. Current breakthrough hipsters Hot Chip deliver a skanking slow hip hop groove, Four Tet give it a mental acid house workhouse and upcoming Swedish Maestro Eriksen perhaps trumps the lot with a hyper r'n'b roller.
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Cat: RUG 231X. Rel: 03 Aug 06
Rock (All)
  1. Launch Yourself (Hot Chip mix)
  2. Launch Yourself (original version)
Review: The key cut from "Love And Other Planets" gets the remix treatment from some great current talent. Being the most percussive and groove based track on the album, "Launch Yourself" lends itself perfectly to some inspired and diverse remixes. Current breakthrough hipsters Hot Chip deliver a skanking slow hip hop groove, Four Tet give it a mental acid house workhouse and upcoming Swedish Maestro Eriksen perhaps trumps the lot with a hyper r'n'b roller.
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out of stock $2.12
Cat: FSR 7037. Rel: 04 Oct 07
Funk
  1. Stop You're Killing Me
  2. Latinspiration
Review: The trio of Afro Elements formed in May of 1995, but live the band expands to at least an eight piece, with guitar, horn section, percussion and vocals. With Afro Elements appearing as backing band to Mr.Gone and other visiting artists throughout Europe, releases came to a brief stop, however many members of the band contributed to the soul-funk album "Stories", released in 2005 under the name Black Gold Massive. "Stop You're Killing Me", out on Freestyle, is a top release that can't be missed.
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out of stock $4.25
Cat: SCSI 002/102485. Rel: 07 May 08
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. We Got Soul
  2. We Got Soul (instrumental)
Review: Limited edition funky reggae from Malaysia !!
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out of stock $4.25
Cat: ATIC 003. Rel: 15 Sep 06
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Puget Sound
  2. Pier 57
Review: Brand new single taken from Aim's forthcoming new album "Flight 602". Over the last 6 years Aim has established himself as one of the UKs leading underground artists, releasing the critically acclaimed "Cold Water Music" and "Hinterland" albums, as well as remixing a whole host of artists including Ian Brown, St Etienne and The Charlatans. Having just played full live sets at Big Chill and headlined Manchester's D:Percussion and the Fruitstock event at Regent's Park London, Aim will be heading out round UK & Ireland for a full tour in October & November. Having left Grand Central and launched his own Manchester based independent label, Atic Records, the forthcoming album "Flight 602" looks set to propel Aim to further heights. Aim has been working closely with fellow Atic artist and Aim live vocalist Niko on his new material and is bursting to get it out there; "Musically, it's a definite progression from anything I've done previously, so I reckon it'll do alright." The 7" format is limited to 500 clear vinyl 7"s.
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out of stock $3.19
Cat: SICNOTE 023. Rel: 07 Sep 06
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Oh! (What A Glorious Thing)
  2. Boom (Smash Stuff) (feat WhyLout?)
Review: Featured in the hit "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" movie starring Uma Thurman, club hit double A-side samples Elastica's "Connection". This is the first single this year since Akira's extrication from his Interscope deal. His fan base has grown and grown. Media support has been strong in the interim and has given huge coverage to Akira The Don's mixtape series (over 25,000 downloads each) and shows. Akira The Don has been bracketed with new wave of DIY artists - he makes the music, does the sleeves & videos himself.
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out of stock $2.66
Cat: SBESTS 54. Rel: 31 Jan 08
Rock (All)
  1. I Could Love You
  2. Middle Of Nowhere
Review: Alice & The Majesty is a new band fronted by bohemian London songstress Alice McLaughlin, featuring members of UK new folk stalwarts
Clayhill and trip hop/breakbeat legends Red Snapper. Alice's second single 'I Could Love You' is a bittersweet, stripped down love song
that parallels any Joni Mitchell or Kate Bush classic. Produced by the renowned Dan Grech-Margeurat and out now on Sunday Best.
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out of stock $2.12
  1. St Crispin's Got Our Backs
  2. The Art Of The High Five
Review: "St Crispin's Got Our Backs" and "The Art Of The High Five" is the first release on Get Cape Wear Cape Fly's newly-launched label, The Mannequin Republic. The All New Adventures Of Us have just finished several live dates with Get Cape. Imagine the Secret Seven going to music school and running away with all the instruments before the lesson even begins. Mandolins, pianos, guitars, strings, casiotones, trumpets, theremins, boy/girl vocals, melodicas, harmonicas, lapsteel guitars, organs, glockenspiels, tambourines, ba bas, oohhhs and heys all set the back drop for stories that wouldn't be out of place in a book by Eric Carle. The goal is simple: to tell a story through song. Far from their headquarters in Northampton, England, the landscapes and narratives are constructed deep in the Umea snow, in the north of Sweden, with the northern lights glowing overhead and eighth member/producer Magnus Lindberg behind the desk, ready to capture every defeat and every victory, as and when it falls from their fingers and lips.
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out of stock $4.25
Big Zeus (7")
Cat: VS 1934. Rel: 26 Jan 07
Rock (All)
  1. Carry Around
  2. Ida, My
Review: North Carolina's Annuals have a sophisticated and layered sound that belies the age of 20-year-old lead singer and songwriter Adam Baker. As young as they are, Annuals draw influences from a diverse range of artists such as Mike Patton, Brian Wilson, Paul Simon, Radiohead, The Beatles, Hank Williams Sr, Bjork and Aphex Twin. The mixing of styles, from electronic to folk to rock, results in a totally singular sound. Their first EP "Big Zeus" is reminiscent of high drama acts such as Arcade Fire and Sufjan Stevens. This musical collective appeals to both experimental and pop fans who appreciate well-produced material and astounding artistry.
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Cat: BML 0002V. Rel: 06 Aug 07
Rock (All)
  1. Employee Of The Month
  2. Hats & Glasses
Review: "Employee Of The Month", by The Anomalies, sounds like a cross between Jamie T, Just Jack and a cockney Arctic Monkeys. "Employee Of The Month" is more on the indie tip, while "Hats And Glasses" features funky breakbeats.
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Cat: REGALSC 017. Rel: 05 Nov 07
Rock (All)
  1. Lightbulbs
  2. Decadent
Review: The latest single from the Regal Singles Club is "Lightbulbs" by Manchester's hottest new band, The Answering Machine. They continue to stake their claim as the most exciting young band since The Strokes, with their third deliriously addictive single. Martin Colclough (vocalist/guitarist), and Patrick Fogarty (guitarist) have a tumultuous, inter-dependent relationship not unlike that of many of their city's luminaries.
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Kausikan (7")
Cat: ZIQ 167. Rel: 24 Nov 06
Leftfield
  1. Kausikan
  2. Kawaii Guy
Review: Excellent ambient experimental music.
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out of stock $4.25
EMI
Cat: 379 5537. Rel: 29 Nov 06
Rock (All)
  1. Nag! Nag! Nag! Nag!
  2. I Found This Song In The Road
Review: The CD includes 2 un-issued songs and 5 live tracks.
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Cat: ASH 05. Rel: 13 Apr 07
Rock (All)
  1. You Can't Have It All
  2. Comet Tempel 1
Review: Ash, now slimmed down to their original trio status following the departure of guitarist Charlotte Hatherley, return with their brand new single. Entitled "You Can't Have It All", it's their first recorded output since 2004. "You Can't Have It All" shows that the band have lost none of their oft-mentioned prowess for a great melody and explodes into action come the first chorus. Historically, Ash have tended to unleash a poppier sounding album followed by a harder-edged collection of songs, this time around the band have thrown a curveball into the mix with what could easily be described as their 'most complete' album to date. This is a rejuvenated trio returning with some of their best songs in their fourteen-year long career - yeah, count 'em - and they have just hit thirty years of age!
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Cat: ASH 05X. Rel: 13 Apr 07
Rock (All)
  1. You Can't Have It All
  2. Ghosts
Review: Ash, now slimmed down to their original trio status following the departure of guitarist Charlotte Hatherley, return with their brand new single. Entitled "You Can't Have It All", it's their first recorded output since 2004. "You Can't Have It All" shows that the band have lost none of their oft-mentioned prowess for a great melody and explodes into action come the first chorus. Historically, Ash have tended to unleash a poppier sounding album followed by a harder-edged collection of songs, this time around the band have thrown a curveball into the mix with what could easily be described as their 'most complete' album to date. This is a rejuvenated trio returning with some of their best songs in their fourteen-year long career - yeah, count 'em - and they have just hit thirty years of age!
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Cat: ASH 07X. Rel: 07 Sep 07
Rock (All)
  1. End Of The World
  2. Shatterede Glass
Review: "End Of The World" is the new release from Ash. This is another aural salvo penned by Tim Wheeler and already proven a live favourite. The beguiling vocals, underpinned with the snap, crackle and pop of a rhythm cascading out of the speakers, including some guest beat box improv, suggests that Ash still have the knack of hitting all the right notes.
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Cat: ASH 07. Rel: 07 Sep 07
Rock (All)
  1. End Of The World
  2. Sucide Girls
Review: "End Of The World" is the new release from Ash. This is another aural salvo penned by Tim Wheeler and already proven a live favourite. The beguiling vocals, underpinned with the snap, crackle and pop of a rhythm cascading out of the speakers, including some guest beat box improv, suggests that Ash still have the knack of hitting all the right notes.
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out of stock $2.66
Strawberries (1st 7")
Cat: 816C TP7. Rel: 08 Nov 07
Rock (All)
  1. Strawberries (edit)
  2. Strawberries (The Whip remix)
Review: Everyone is talking about Asobi Seksu's single "Strawberries"! The reason for is that this One Little Indian release is phenomenal!
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Strawberries (2nd 7")
Cat: 816 TP7S. Rel: 08 Nov 07
Rock (All)
  1. Strawberries (album version)
  2. Strawberries (CSS remix)
Review: Everyone is talking about Asobi Seksu's single "Strawberries"! The reason for is that this One Little Indian release is phenomenal!
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Cat: KIDS 016. Rel: 03 Aug 07
Rock (All)
  1. Graphs Maps & Trees
  2. Calculate
Review: "Graphs Maps & Trees" is Assembly Now's third single, and marks a return to the Kids stable. The title track is Assembly Now's strongest cut to date and is an instant summer classic with its tales of stargazing whilst walking along London's South Bank. The b-side, "Calculate", shows the other side of Assembly Now's sound, comparable to the epic soundscapes generated by the likes of Radiohead and Muse.
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Cat: RQTZ 134. Rel: 04 Oct 06
Rock (All)
  1. Here We Go
  2. What Do I Really Want To Do
Review: Philadelphia's Asteroid #4 with a cracking 7" slice of crunchy psychedelia. Limited two-track 7" single. For fans of: early Verve, Kinks, early Who etc.
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out of stock $3.73
Innocence (7")
Cat: AA2W 030. Rel: 27 Jul 07
Rock (All)
  1. Innocence
  2. Short Circuit
Review: The standout track from the debut album "Late Night Shopping", Autokat deliver another punchy, guitar driven mantra, "Innocence". A popular live tune, the song pulsates with a ferocity borrowed from fellow Manchester-based friends The Longcut, with a punk-dancefloor beat more akin to Sheffield's Harrisons. The repeated refrain is all Autokat and typifies the feel on the album of urgent yet sinister callings from the shadows of the underground party scene in Manchester. The b-side, "Short Circuit", is a brooding, building song written about an air rage moment witnessed by vocalist John Allen.
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Monster (7")
Cat: BUN 1067. Rel: 02 Jun 06
Rock (All)
  1. Monster
  2. Monster (Trey Prefontaine mix)
Review: One of the biggest indie tracks from the summer.
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out of stock $3.19
Show Nuff (7")
Cat: CCR 002X. Rel: 21 Mar 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Show Nuff
  2. Recording Device
Review: Babyhead are one of the United Kingdom's fastest growing independent acts and this is their first single, "Shownuff", released on Cookie Cutter. "Shownuff" displays all that is great about Babyhead - dubby, ska infused beats with that cutting edge lyricism.
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out of stock $4.25
You Talk (7")
EMI
Cat: R 6750. Rel: 30 Nov 07
Rock (All)
  1. You Talk
  2. Revelations
Review: "You Talk" is the second single from Babyshambles' critically acclaimed album "Shotter's Nation". The boys are back with another example of great indie pop song writing. The CD will include two quality acoustic versions of album tracks "UnBiloTitled" and "Carry On Up The Morning" plus the Douglas Hart directed video for "You Talk". The 7" comes as a heavyweight white vinyl and both formats contain artwork by Peter Doherty.
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out of stock $2.12
Cat: 451009. Rel: 29 Jun 07
Funk
  1. Look-A-Py-Py
  2. Ease Back
Review: The Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band was founded in 1963 by brothers Cyril and Lionel Bishop. During the 60s and 70s they played the hotel and holiday resort circuit in Trinidad and Tobago and recorded a couple of albums for local labels with the usual staple of Calypso and lounge classics. "Look A Py Py", out on Melting Pot, features some great Meters classics.
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Played by: SPASIBO RECORDS
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EMI
Cat: EM 701. Rel: 06 Oct 06
Rock (All)
  1. Nothing's Gonna Change Your Mind
  2. One Wrong Turn
Review: This is the first single from the forthcoming new album "Born In The UK." Maxi CD features mixes by Hot Chip, King Creosote & Maps.
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out of stock $2.12
Promises (7")
EMI
Cat: EM 723. Rel: 30 Jun 07
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Promises (radio edit)
  2. Don't Stop Believing
Review: Live favourite "Promises" is the third single to be taken from Badly Drawn Boy's "Born In The UK" album. The 7" is backed by a live cover of Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" while the 12" includes remixes by Reverso68, Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve and A Mountain Of One.
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Born In The UK (1-sided 7")
Cat: BITUK 001. Rel: 14 Aug 06
Rock (All)
  1. Born In The UK
Review: This is a very limited and special collector's edition one-sided 7" promo pressing of the Badly Drawn Boy song, "Born In The UK". Each 7" comes individually wrapped in a newspaper and includes a wooden chip fork inside!
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out of stock $4.25
Cat: TRU 7105. Rel: 21 Sep 06
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Pussy Footin
  2. Happy
Review: The Bamboos return with two brand new tracks and another must have 7". "Pussy Foot" is one of those hook-laden fast and funky workouts, on the flipside you'll find an irresistible cover version of the Max Sedgely classic "Happy"!!!
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out of stock $4.25
Cat: KIDS 014. Rel: 19 May 07
Rock (All)
  1. The Funeral
  2. The End's Not Near
Review: Seattle's Band Of Horses present "The Funeral" through London based indie label Kids. "The Funeral" is Band Of Horses' first UK release and is one of many highlights from Band Of Horses' warmly received debut album, "Everything All The Time". The track perfectly showcases the band's soaring, atmospheric pop, buoyed by Ben Bridwell's plaintive, reverb-soaked vocals which recall My Morning Jacket and The Shins.
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Cat: MM 127. Rel: 28 Nov 04
Reggae
  1. Buju Banton - "Crazy Look Good"
  2. Mitch - "Hey Girl"
Review: Original Underground Resistance member Robert Hood is a true icon in techno music, with releases on legendary imprints such as Tresor, Axis, Peacefrog, Logistic and his own label M-Plant. Hoodmusic 2 is the follow up to his 2005 debut on Music Man. 'Still Hear' is a typical Hood styled techno burner, oldschool minimal so to speak. We are very proud to be able to offer a remix by the legendary Los Hermanos on the B-side. 'School' might be the funkiest minimal techno cut we heard in years, pure dancefloor material! Wicked!! "Charted #3 this month" - Dave Clarke, "I'm happy Robert Hood is back with his early style. Now is the time to educate new crowd with this sound. Los Hermanos remix is also very nice, works smooth on the dancefloor." - Ken Ishii, "10/10 both Hood tracks are rocking. I put this release in my playlist." - Charles Siegling (Technasia), "10/10 when played in the right context. great release, future classic" - Pacou (Tresor, Music Man), "8/10 A1! straight in my box" - Gayle San, "8/10 At last some functional straight up loop hypnotic techno tracks. Always been a big fan of Hood's techno tracks. This 12" will stay in the box for a while. The B1 remix is nice, but I probably not gonna play this one." - Joel Mull, "6/10 Really nice EP, quite unusual funky" Dimi Angelis (ion): 8/10 Great record!" - Diego (Kanzleramt), "Loving this EP, particularly 'Still Hear'. Charting at number 2" - Ade Fenton.
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out of stock $3.19
Cat: TRANS 054. Rel: 25 Aug 07
Rock (All)
  1. Paper Street
  2. Stop
Review: Battle's new single is entitled "Paper Street". This track highlights the strength and range of front man Jason Bavanadan's songwriting ability.
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EMI
Cat: CL 897. Rel: 04 Sep 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Electric Worm
  2. Suco Detangerina
Review: This limited 7" includes "Electric Worm" and "Suco De Tangerina". This tunes have been taken from the recent Beastie Boys instrumental album "The Mix-Up".
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out of stock $3.19
Cat: RTRADS 355. Rel: 22 Jun 06
 
Rock (All)
  1. The White Collar Boy
  2. Baby Jane
Review: Seven albums in and Belle and Sebastian have made the best record of their career with 'The Life Pursuit'. It's a record chock full of indie-disco-dancefloor-filling obvious singles, including the forthcoming 'White Collar Boy'. A stomping, glam-rock proponent of 'The Life Pursuit', a classic blend of Bubblegum riffs and call & response vocals, 'White Collar Boy' is a T Rex-flecked shot in the arm of all the best bits of 1972.
Three B-sides across the formats: destined to be the soundtrack to forthcoming lazy summer days, the CD version of the single boasts 'Heaven In The Afternoon', in which Sarah's vocals lead in the most gentle of fashions through a gorgeous, soothing, melody. One of Stevie's, 'Long Black Scarf' comes over all laid-back melancholy lounge.
Whilst Stuart's version of Rod Stewart's 'Baby Jane' - gracing the 7" version of the single - is an unexpected cover.
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out of stock $2.12
Cat: TRU 7220. Rel: 19 Aug 10
Indie
  1. Clockwatching
  2. Mirror In The Bathroom
Review: "Clockwatching" is the first single taken from Belleruche’s third album 270 Stories, with singer Kathrin DeBoer delivering her usual charismatic vocal charm with submerged harmonies. On the flipside you’ll find a low slung reggaefied cover version of "Mirror In The Bathroom", originally recorded by The Beat. Lovely stuff.
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out of stock $4.25
Cat: MOSHI 33. Rel: 27 Jun 06
Rock (All)
  1. Skate & Live
  2. Ultimate Teem
  3. Get Cleen
  4. Aww Some
  5. DEET
Review: Moshi Moshi Records proudly presents a slightly eccentric but utterly charming limited 7". Discovered whilst holidaying in USA in 2003 Best Fwends is retarded anti-pop music made by two musical idiot savants from Texas with a cheap computer. They have already toured on the "don't need a stage" circuit in the style of bands like Lightening Bolt and Coachwhips - performing in their underpants with taped-up faces and ipod backing tracks. Their show at SXSW 2006 is already becoming legend. Six tracks on 1 x 7"! Their longest song is under 2 minutes. Sheer lo-fi-punk-pop genius.
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Cat: ECB 117S. Rel: 29 Mar 07
Electro House
  1. Any Way You Choose To Give It
  2. The Consequence
Review: The Black Ghosts ride the wave of Buzz engulfing them to deliver their first single "Any Way You Choose To Give It", on Southern Fried, and it's worth all the hype. Following great support for their initial limited releases, including coverage from Zane Lowe and Music Week (who described them as "everyone's favourite name to drop!"), the Ghosts embark on their first proper release.
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Cat: VICE 001. Rel: 02 Mar 07
Rock (All)
  1. Not A Problem
  2. Dirty Hands
Review: This is a special limited edition double-a-side single featuring "Not A Problem" and "Dirty Hands", limited to 1000 copies. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Black Lips formed when they were fifteen years old and have spent the last few years touring the world, playing for scraps at underground parties and outlaw festivals. Their UK debut single captures perfectly the sound and attitude of their self coined 'flower punk' style.
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Cat: VICE 005. Rel: 07 Dec 07
Rock (All)
  1. Veni Vidi Vici
  2. Buried Alive
Review: Dirty psychedelic blues rockers Black Lips follow their highly-anticipated debut UK album "Good Bad Not Evil" with a new single entitled "Veni Vidi Vici".
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Cat: VICEX 005. Rel: 07 Dec 07
Rock (All)
  1. Veni Vidi Vici
  2. Veni Vidi Vici (Diplo mix)
Review: Dirty psychedelic blues rockers Black Lips follow their highly-anticipated debut UK album "Good Bad Not Evil" with a new single entitled "Veni Vidi Vici".
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  1. Bold Soul Sister Bold Soul Brother
  2. A Bunch Of Changes
Review: This band got it's start in Seattle as the rhythm section for "Mr. Clean and the Cleansers" working at the Soul Cellar. After leaving that situation to form their own band they adopted the name The Black and White Affair at the suggestion of George Horton. "Bold Soul Sister" is their new release on Sausage Records.
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Cat: UDV 005. Rel: 22 Nov 06
Breakbeat
  1. Rulebreaker
  2. Dirty Darkness (Go Home Productions remix)
Review: Blacknoisewhitesoul are back with another double a-side. "Rulebreaker" features guest vocals from Kirsty M (Electric Boy Shock).
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out of stock $3.19
Flux (7")
Cat: WEBB 135S. Rel: 08 Nov 07
Rock (All)
  1. Flux
  2. The Once & Future King
Review: Wichita presents 'Flux', the new 12" single from Bloc Party. Limited clear vinyl, including remix from dubstep big name, Burial.
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Cat: 7FAT 23. Rel: 05 Oct 06
Rock (All)
  1. Mary Susan
  2. On My Mouth (alternative version)
Review: The second single to be taken from their critically acclaimed LP, 'Awesomer', 'Mary Susan' essentially distils everything that's great about that LP into one track lasting just under three minutes. An immediately accessible slab of hook-laden stoner-rock and roll, with overt nods to the Pixies & Sonic Youth, it's a pop record nonetheless. Backed by the strung out but cute alternate version of 'On My Mouth' (in fact the bands first ever recording), it also heralds the bands debut European tour, with UK dates scheduled for September. 'Awesomer' is the second album from Brooklyn's Blood On The Wall, so named because it's even awesomer than their first LP. Comprising brother and sister Brad and Courtney Shanks, and one-time white magic drummer Miggy Littleton, Blood On The Wall make playful, unpretentious, experimental rock music intended to make people get up and dance. managing to sound simultaneously familiar and exploratory, Blood On The Wall condense the best parts your favourite records into songs just long enough to contain the purest essence of an idea; there's nothing surplus, it's straight to the point, and it demands repeat listens. As with the self-titled debut LP in 2004, 'Awesomer' (and concurrently 'Mary Susan'), was recorded with Nicolas Vernhes (Fiery Furnaces, Black Dice, Silver Jews, Fischerspooner). So far as reference points are concerned, people will no doubt draw up their own lists. They can be shakey and spastic or heartfelt and warm. They swoop through it all like a tyre-swing full of kids - drunk, weird, awkward kids that would rather be friends than fakers, and who'd hope that you're along for the ride. They smile a lot when someone says they enjoy their band. When they come together to play, they do it primarily to get together and have some fun. On stage, they play like they are in their rehearsal space.
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Cat: REGALSC 003. Rel: 30 Oct 06
Indie
  1. Fittest Of The Fittest
  2. Good Flight
Review: Both tracks were produced by Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers, Super Furry Animals) and Charlie Waddington from the band. Limited to 500 physical copies, both tracks will also be available to download from the release date. Taking their cue from seminal artists such as Love and Neil Young, and contemporaries like Grandaddy and Shack, Bluesky Research are purveyors of timeless, magisterial folk-rock music. The excellence of Bluesky Research has caught the attention of their peers - they've toured with Ian Brown, Echo & The Bunnymen, and Pure Reason Revolution. Ian Brown in particular is a huge fan of the band and has collaborated with Waddington, who wrote the track 'Forever And A Day' for Brown's last studio album 'Solarized' and remixed Brown on the 'Remixes Of The Spheres' remix record. Bluesky Research have created their own scene in their hometown, Portsmouth, where they play, DJ and promote two other bands at their monthly Research night at The Lounge in Southsea, which sells out to 300 punters every month. This summer they played to their biggest ever audiences at the Latitude and Ben & Jerry's festivals, receiving critical plaudits for both.
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out of stock $3.18
Cat: RUG 249. Rel: 16 Mar 07
Electro
  1. Solta O Frango
  2. Rap Do CB
Review: "Solta O Frango" literally translates as "Release The Chickens" but in Bonde Do Role world is a call to arms to go and party. This is the band's first release on Domino.
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