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The Rank Deluxe (CD single)
Cat: CDFAT 055. Rel: 13 Oct 06
  1. Doll Queue
  2. Come On
  3. Style
  4. What Do You Want
  5. Poormans Cab
  6. End In Mind
Review: A somewhat atypical indie outfit by any standard, The Rank Deluxe share as much of an affinity with old school UK punk or grime as they do with any of their more immediately apparent musical contemporaries. Often playing in or amongst the crowd, live shows are frenetic, full of youthful exuberance, occasionally divisive, but always fun. Informed by reggae, ska, punk, and rock and roll, The Rank Deluxe's sound is vibrant, pop savvy and uncompromising. Varying in style from cathartic pop to stabby, dub rhythms, lyrically the band align themselves with the social commentary of UK-based artists such as The Specials, Gang Of Four, or even Ian Dury. The band's name is taken from a glamour model's comment, overheard entering a strip club above the band's old rehearsal space. "This place is so rank deluxe" she said; apparently meaning the height of scum. Drawn to the multiple implications, they took the phrase as their own. Four 20-something's from South East London, Lew and Rich grew up on the same estate in Thamesmead, South East London, and the band's current line up formed early in 2005. The band refer to their music as "a sonic picture of council estate youth", but what so often can seem little more than empty posturing is backed up by a strong sense of identity, and an aptitude and commitment that is beyond their short lifespan.
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Loco (CD single)
Cat: RID 052CDS. Rel: 02 Mar 07
  1. Loco
  2. Too Much Too Young
  3. Promise
Review: 'Loco' serves as another great example of The Ripps sound - fast, furious & fun, and acts as a taster for the delights on their forthcoming album 'Long Live the Ripps'.
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 in stock $1.06
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Help Us Stranger (LP + insert)
Cat: TMR 600. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Bored & Razed (3:33)
  2. Help Me Stranger (3:33)
  3. Only Child (3:35)
  4. Don't Bother Me (2:56)
  5. Shine The Light On Me (3:20)
  6. Somedays (I Don't Feel Like Trying) (4:08)
  7. Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness) (2:27)
  8. Sunday Driver (3:37)
  9. Now That You're Gone (3:59)
  10. Live A Lie (2:19)
  11. What's Yours Is Mine (2:51)
  12. Thoughts & Prayers (4:35)
Review: After years of what has seemingly been live record after live record - (not to mention their debut Broken Boy Soldiers album haunting our Juno offices for nearly a decade) Jack White's inspired troupe are back with a bang - exploding with Help Us Stranger. Think the amplified epicness of The Who. The album twists and turns through telephone amplified blues ("Help Me Stranger"), the dandy piano ballads in "Shine The Light On Me" to the rolling, western, country drums of "Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)". Regardless of the tracks, this album teems with an energy that rock music has not felt for some time and there's no denying the future classic that this will become. Rock on The Raconteurs!
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Cat: TMR 600CD. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Bored & Razed
  2. Help Me Stranger
  3. Only Child
  4. Don't Bother Me
  5. Shine The Light On Me
  6. Somedays (I Don't Feel Like Trying)
  7. Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)
  8. Sunday Driver
  9. Sunday Driver
  10. Live A Lie
  11. What's Yours Is Mine
  12. Thoughts & Prayers
Review: After years of what has seemingly been live record after live record - (not to mention their debut Broken Boy Soldiers album haunting our Juno offices for nearly a decade) Jack White's inspired troupe are back with a bang - exploding with Help Us Stranger. Think the amplified epicness of The Who. The album twists and turns through telephone amplified blues ("Help Me Stranger"), the dandy piano ballads in "Shine The Light On Me" to the rolling, western, country drums of "Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)". Regardless of the tracks, this album teems with an energy that rock music has not felt for some time and there's no denying the future classic that this will become. Rock on The Raconteurs!
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A Moon Shaped Pool (CD + booklet)
XL
Cat: XLCD 790. Rel: 17 Jun 16
  1. Burn The Witch (3:41)
  2. Daydreaming (6:26)
  3. Decks Dark (4:41)
  4. Desert Island Disk (3:44)
  5. Ful Stop (6:07)
  6. Glass Eyes (2:53)
  7. Identikit (4:26)
  8. The Numbers (5:44)
  9. Present Tense (5:03)
  10. Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief (4:38)
  11. True Love Waits (5:08)
Review: There was naturally much excitement when A Moon Shaped Pool, Radiohead's surprise ninth studio set, popped up on streaming and download services back in May. Here it gets a CD release, offering those who prefer physical products a chance to bathe in its' woozy eccentricities. Seen by some as a return to their arty rock roots following an extended period spend exploring electronics, the album's 11 tracks draw on a variety of influences (krautrock, ambient, Pavement, James Blake, Stockhausen, intense melancholia etc.), with predictably impressive results. Occasionally elegant, string-laden and grandiose, always beautiful, and sometimes intensely moving, A Moon Shaped Pool is undeniably up there with the band's best work.
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OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
XL
Cat: XLLP 868. Rel: 23 Jun 17
  1. Airbag (4:44)
  2. Paranoid Android (6:21)
  3. Subterranean Homesick Alien (4:34)
  4. Exit Music (For A Film) (4:24)
  5. Let Down (5:00)
  6. Karma Police (4:26)
  7. Fitter Happier (1:55)
  8. Electioneering (3:54)
  9. Climbing Up The Walls (4:45)
  10. No Surprises (3:52)
  11. Lucky (4:19)
  12. The Tourist (5:23)
  13. I Promise (3:59)
  14. Man Of War (4:28)
  15. Lift (4:07)
  16. Lull (2:26)
  17. Meeting In The Aisle (3:05)
  18. Melatonin (2:11)
  19. A Reminder (3:50)
  20. Polyethylene (parts 1 & 2) (4:23)
  21. Pearly (3:37)
  22. Palo Alto (3:52)
  23. How I Made My Millions (3:10)
Review: Twenty years ago it sounded like an oddly poignant evocation of pre-millennial tension. Two decades later it stands as an eerily prescient glimpe into the technological alienation and dislocation of of a new era. Yet more importantly, OK Computer is no more or less than a sparkling, dramatic and moving collection of songs that haven't lost any of their impact in the interim. The sound of a band stubbornly refusing to follow up the stadium-strafing stylings of its predecessor The Bends - and instead bursting headlong into experimentation and wild creativity -is portrayed in still more vivid colours by the alarmingly strong collection of out-takes and B-sides collected herein, Yet there's no getting away from the chill and spark that marked out OK Computer from everything surrounding it in the post-Britpop malaise, and continues to do so in the pre-Brexit counterpart.
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A Moon Shaped Pool (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
XL
Cat: XLLP 790. Rel: 17 Jun 16
  1. Burn The Witch (3:41)
  2. Daydreaming (6:26)
  3. Decks Dark (4:41)
  4. Desert Island Disk (3:44)
  5. Ful Stop (6:07)
  6. Glass Eyes (2:53)
  7. Identikit (4:26)
  8. The Numbers (5:44)
  9. Present Tense (5:03)
  10. Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief (4:38)
  11. True Love Waits (5:08)
Review: A quarter century old now, yet these art-rock giants and eternal malcontents seem as restless in their muse and motion as ever - still chronicling an increasingly complicated and strenuous age yet doing it with finesse, grace and innovation. The urgent, invigorating strains of single 'Burn the Witch' were no anomaly, and 'A Moon Shaped Pool' shows them shaking off the more insular tendencies of their last opus 'King Of Limbs' to engage and electrify in a way that they haven't truly managed for years - radiant, celestial ambience shares space here with impressive ire and emotional engagement, with these peerless experimentalists delivering a record that transcends both their own work and the vast majority of the musical landscape they survey.
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XL
Cat: XLLP 324. Rel: 02 Jan 08
  1. 15 Step
  2. Bodysnatchers
  3. Nude
  4. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
  5. All I Need
  6. Faust Arp
  7. Reckoner
  8. House Of Cards
  9. Jigsaw Falling Into Place
  10. Videotape
Review: "In Rainbows", Radiohead's seventh album, finally gets a physical release! It's one thing downloading this landmark album, but to actually hold this is something special. Not only do you get increased sound quality, but you also get the amazing artwork from Stanley Donwood. This album includes "Nude", a live favourite for many years that was originally written during the "OK Computer" sessions. More minimal that their "Kid A" period, "In Rainbows" does something that very few albums have done - its sound is distinct from previous Radiohead albums, but is still clearly Radiohead. Hail to the kings, they are back on top form. Get this album while you can.
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Cat: CDSTUMM 403. Rel: 15 Sep 17
  1. Moroccan Mountains
  2. Uncle Skeleton
  3. Let's Start Again
  4. Last Looks (feat Sharon Van Etten)
  5. Circular (Right As Rain)
  6. Electric Trim
  7. Purloined
  8. Thrown Over The Wall
  9. New Thing
Review: Following the break up of an acclaimed and iconic band, the solo ventures that then follow tend to show interesting new directions, and Lee Ranaldo's work since the disbanding of Sonic Youth has gone from strength to strength. 'Electric Trim' sees Ranaldo in fine form both as guitarist and writer. Though there isn't much of the screeching and howling guitar work we're used to with his previous band, the move from noise rock to alternative Americana sees Ranaldo applying his signature strangeness and unusual guitar tunings more subtly. With the trippy psychedelic leanings of 'Let's Start Again' and the frantically layered passages that fall away into stripped back alt-rock on closer 'New Thing', Ranaldo appears to be comfortable experimenting and making the most of this new-found freedom.
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Electric Trim (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: STUMM 403. Rel: 15 Sep 17
  1. Moroccan Mountains (7:28)
  2. Uncle Skeleton (5:18)
  3. Let's Start Again (5:28)
  4. Last Looks (feat Sharon Van Etten) (6:26)
  5. Circular (Right As Rain) (4:26)
  6. Electric Trim (6:26)
  7. Purloined (5:12)
  8. Thrown Over The Wall (7:26)
  9. New Thing (6:47)
Review: Following the break up of an acclaimed and iconic band, the solo ventures that then follow tend to show interesting new directions, and Lee Ranaldo's work since the disbanding of Sonic Youth has gone from strength to strength. 'Electric Trim' sees Ranaldo in fine form both as guitarist and writer. Though there isn't much of the screeching and howling guitar work we're used to with his previous band, the move from noise rock to alternative Americana sees Ranaldo applying his signature strangeness and unusual guitar tunings more subtly. With the trippy psychedelic leanings of 'Let's Start Again' and the frantically layered passages that fall away into stripped back alt-rock on closer 'New Thing', Ranaldo appears to be comfortable experimenting and making the most of this new-found freedom.
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4AD
Cat: 4 AD0069CD. Rel: 08 Mar 19
  1. Feedback Song (Demos & demolitions)
  2. Rema-Rema
  3. Gallery/Oh Rock 'n' Roll
  4. Lost My Way
  5. Short Stories
  6. Internation Scale
  7. Fond Affections
  8. Why Ask Why
  9. Instrumental
  10. Entry
  11. Feedback Song (extended Wheel In The Roses)
  12. Rema-Rema
  13. Entry
  14. Instrumental
  15. Fond Affections
  16. No Applause
  17. Murdermuzic
Review: Forty years ago a yet unknown cult band was to release a LP that never came. Interesting enough, Rema-Rema - made up of former members of The Models and Siouxsie & The Banshees - delivered 4AD one of its first releases: Wheel In Roses (1980). All tracks from that EP, in their new wave, post-punk glory, feature on this Fond Reflections LP, a compendium of sorts detailing across 17 tracks the band's raw and unplugged sound. Collected, re-mixed and engineered by band member Gary Asquith and mixing technician Takatsuna Mukai, the result is an archival, patchwork collage of a lost but not forgotten trip down the lanes of UK folklore. Get to grips with "Fond Affections", "Feedback Song" and "Why Ask Why".
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Fond Reflections (gatefold 2xLP)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0069LP. Rel: 01 Mar 19
  1. Feedback Song (7:46)
  2. Rema-Rema (4:18)
  3. Gallery/Oh Rock 'n' Roll (6:41)
  4. Lost My Way (4:31)
  5. Short Stories (1:57)
  6. International Scale (3:43)
  7. Fond Affections (3:45)
  8. Why Ask Why (6:23)
  9. Instrumental (4:54)
  10. Entry (5:56)
Review: Forty years ago a yet unknown cult band was to release a LP that never came. Interesting enough, Rema-Rema - made up of former members of The Models and Siouxsie & The Banshees - delivered 4AD one of its first releases: Wheel In Roses (1980). All tracks from that EP, in their new wave, post-punk glory, feature on this Fond Reflections LP, a compendium of sorts detailing across 17 tracks the band's raw and unplugged sound. Collected, re-mixed and engineered by band member Gary Asquith and mixing technician Takatsuna Mukai, the result is an archival, patchwork collage of a lost but not forgotten trip down the lanes of UK folklore. Get to grips with "Fond Affections", "Feedback Song" and "Why Ask Why".
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Pang! (green vinyl LP)
Cat: RT 0086LP. Rel: 13 Sep 19
  1. Pang! (2:48)
  2. Bae Bae Bae (4:11)
  3. Digidigol (3:03)
  4. Ara Deg (Ddaw'r Awen) (2:38)
  5. Eli Haul (2:37)
  6. Niwl O Anwiredd (3:50)
  7. Taranau Mai (3:35)
  8. Ol Bys/Nodau Clust (3:55)
  9. Annedd I'm Danedd (3:11)
Review: A Welsh language album with a couple of verses in Zulu and an English title. If one thing was already clear about the enigmatic Gruff Rhys it's that he doesn't play strictly by numbers, making "Pang!" a logical addition to this oeuvre. If, of course, you're familiar with his oeuvre. Opening with its titular track, the artist immediately makes the few remaining newcomers to his work aware of his deft skills. Complex guitar instrumentation, soft, padding, exotic drum arrangements and - for most people - foreign lyrics. We're immediately transported to faraway climes, and it's here we stay. Playful percussion and looped six strings on "Niwl O Anwiredd". The celebratory "Ara Deg (Ddaw'r Awen)", which recalls sub-Saharan crossover pop. The surreal atmosphere of "Digidigol" - where marching band meets opera in a haze of lilting chords. Put simply, it might be Rhys' most explorative yet, and that's saying something.
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Pang! (CD)
Cat: RT 0086CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
  1. Pang!
  2. Bae Bae Bae
  3. Digidigol
  4. Ara Deg (Ddaw'r Awen)
  5. Eli Haul
  6. Niwl O Anwiredd
  7. Taranau Mai
  8. Ol Bys/Nodau Clust
  9. Annedd I'm Danedd
Review: A Welsh language album with a couple of verses in Zulu and an English title. If one thing was already clear about the enigmatic Gruff Rhys it's that he doesn't play strictly by numbers, making "Pang!" a logical addition to this oeuvre. If, of course, you're familiar with his oeuvre. Opening with its titular track, the artist immediately makes the few remaining newcomers to his work aware of his deft skills. Complex guitar instrumentation, soft, padding, exotic drum arrangements and - for most people - foreign lyrics. We're immediately transported to faraway climes, and it's here we stay. Playful percussion and looped six strings on "Niwl O Anwiredd". The celebratory "Ara Deg (Ddaw'r Awen)", which recalls sub-Saharan crossover pop. The surreal atmosphere of "Digidigol" - where marching band meets opera in a haze of lilting chords. Put simply, it might be Rhys' most explorative yet, and that's saying something.
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Pang! (Deluxe Edition) (limited heavyweight splattered vinyl LP + poster)
Cat: RT 0086LPE. Rel: 13 Sep 19
  1. Pang! (2:48)
  2. Bae Bae Bae (4:11)
  3. Digidigol (3:03)
  4. Ara Deg (Ddaw'r Awen) (2:38)
  5. Eli Haul (2:37)
  6. Niwl O Anwiredd (3:50)
  7. Taranau Mai (3:35)
  8. Ol Bys/Nodau Clust (3:55)
  9. Annedd I'm Danedd (3:11)
Review: A Welsh language album with a couple of verses in Zulu and an English title. If one thing was already clear about the enigmatic Gruff Rhys it's that he doesn't play strictly by numbers, making "Pang!" a logical addition to this oeuvre. If, of course, you're familiar with his oeuvre. Opening with its titular track, the artist immediately makes the few remaining newcomers to his work aware of his deft skills. Complex guitar instrumentation, soft, padding, exotic drum arrangements and - for most people - foreign lyrics. We're immediately transported to faraway climes, and it's here we stay. Playful percussion and looped six strings on "Niwl O Anwiredd". The celebratory "Ara Deg (Ddaw'r Awen)", which recalls sub-Saharan crossover pop. The surreal atmosphere of "Digidigol" - where marching band meets opera in a haze of lilting chords. Put simply, it might be Rhys' most explorative yet, and that's saying something.
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Cat: GBVI 60CD. Rel: 13 Jul 15
  1. Jargon Of Clones
  2. Come Into My Wig Shop
  3. Imminent Fall From Grace
  4. Too Strong For No One To See You
  5. This Has Been My Picture
  6. Ogling Blarest
  7. Tomfoole Terrific
  8. Earth Among Men
  9. Weekend Worriers
  10. Walk Through Glass
  11. I'll Let You In
  12. Map & Key
Review: Whatever it is that Robert Pollard puts into his morning coffee, plenty of musicians would do well to get hold of some. Not content with hammering out one Ricked Wicky album in February of this year, 'King Heavy Metal' is another brisk triumph from the Guided By Voices mainman and most prolific auteur in rock 'n' roll, albeit one under the auspices of a band project rather than a solo affair. Running the gamut from the kind of lo-fi, booze-driven blue-collar rock he made his name by to prog-rock flourishes, it's crammed with wry wit, potent melancholy and his trademark melodic nous in full abundance.
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This Is Not A Safe Place (gatefold 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: WEBB 570LP. Rel: 16 Aug 19
  1. RIDE (2:59)
  2. Future Love (3:37)
  3. Repetition (3:21)
  4. Kill Switch (2:46)
  5. Clouds Of Saint Marie (3:53)
  6. Eternal Recurrence (5:51)
  7. Fifteen Minutes (3:15)
  8. Jump Jet (5:13)
  9. Dial Up (3:40)
  10. End Game (3:35)
  11. Shadows Behind The Sun (4:00)
  12. In This Room (8:41)
Review: With so much at stake when seminal outfits decide to get back together it's understandable people usually greet the news of reunification with a degree of skepticism. But if RIDE's first epilogue didn't confirm it, their second post-comeback album should; sometimes a return is exactly what we needed. Tracks like "Future Love", "Jump Jet" and "Fifteen Minutes" stand up as excellent in their own right. At its most adventurous and confident, "This Is Not A Safe Place" is a startling work of extraordinary daring. RIDE sound as powerful and room-filling as it does hypnotic. "Repetition" vacuum packs a party in sharp, staccato goodness, "Kill Switch" takes us into dark, edgy territories, high pitched chord refrains and crashing cymbals creating an air of menace. So, if we didn't say it already, welcome back.
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 in stock $23.28
Weather Diaries (limited gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP in embossed sleeve)
Cat: WEBB 510LPI. Rel: 16 Jun 17
  1. Lannoy Point (5:57)
  2. Charm Assault (4:14)
  3. All I Want (3:57)
  4. Home Is A Feeling (3:19)
  5. Weather Diaries (6:57)
  6. Rocket Silver Symphony (5:19)
  7. Lateral Alice (2:57)
  8. Cali (6:32)
  9. Integration Tape (2:24)
  10. Impermanence (4:24)
  11. White Sands (6:03)
Review: The erstwhile kings of shoegaze may be a full quarter-century on from the floppy-fringed, feedback-strafing finery of their early days, yet 'Weather Dreams', aided and abetted by producer Erol Alkan, is proof that their charm, melodic nous, and ear for an atmospheric soundscape are indelibly enduring forces. Neither hamstrung by their former glories nor keen to let said guitar abandon drown their melodies, 'Weather Diaries' is a feast of amp-destroying garage thrills and celestial voyages, and this disarmingly youthful sounding bunch are equally adept at both.
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Cat: WEBB 570CD. Rel: 16 Aug 19
  1. RIDE
  2. Future Love
  3. Repetition
  4. Kill Switch
  5. Clouds Of Saint Marie
  6. Eternal Recurrence
  7. Fifteen Minutes
  8. Jump Jet
  9. Dial Up
  10. End Game
  11. Shadows Behind The Sun
  12. In This Room
Review: With so much at stake when seminal outfits decide to get back together it's understandable people usually greet the news of reunification with a degree of skepticism. But if RIDE's first epilogue didn't confirm it, their second post-comeback album should; sometimes a return is exactly what we needed. Tracks like "Future Love", "Jump Jet" and "Fifteen Minutes" stand up as excellent in their own right. At its most adventurous and confident, "This Is Not A Safe Place" is a startling work of extraordinary daring. RIDE sound as powerful and room-filling as it does hypnotic. "Repetition" vacuum packs a party in sharp, staccato goodness, "Kill Switch" takes us into dark, edgy territories, high pitched chord refrains and crashing cymbals creating an air of menace. So, if we didn't say it already, welcome back.
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 in stock $9.83
Big Life (2xCD)
Cat: COOKCD 629. Rel: 17 Aug 16
  1. Groundhog Day (3:48)
  2. Radio Nowhere (3:02)
  3. Turtle Dove (3:31)
  4. Numero Uno (2:36)
  5. Caught In The Summer Rain (3:17)
  6. Wall Around Your Heart (3:44)
  7. Victoria (3:22)
  8. Jonny Was A Friend Of Mine (3:56)
  9. Young For A Day (2:46)
  10. Big Big Life (3:26)
  11. Motorway (3:21)
  12. Independent (3:25)
  13. Misunderstood (3:34)
  14. Go Do What You Like (2:11)
  15. Time In Hand (3:01)
  16. Never Been That Close (3:21)
  17. Heavy Weather (3:12)
  18. Victoria (acoustic) (3:50)
Review: Now making their perky and irrepressible style of guitar pop for twelve years and counting, The Rifles have managed to outlive most all their contemporaries whilst still maintaining the same cheerful and tune-filled swagger by which they turned heads back in a bygone age of post-Strokes late night irreverence. Much of this can be attributed to their drawling on an older and quintessentially British tradition of pithy and bittersweet songcraft as inspired by Madness and The Kinks as anything more millennial. This double album may be their magnum opus, and stands as testimony to their enduring and unshowy appeal.
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Cat: SPCD 1195. Rel: 10 Mar 17
  1. French Press (0:30)
  2. Julie's Place (0:30)
  3. Sick Bug (0:30)
  4. Colours Run (0:30)
  5. Dig Up (0:30)
  6. Fountain Of Good Fortune (0:30)
Review: This Melbourne-based outfit, notable for containing no fewer than three singer-songwriters in their ranks, are a tonic and a half for anyone who grew up on the Velvets-indebted indie-pop of the '80s - outfits like The Feelies and The Go-Betweens, or the Flying Nun stable - offering a similarly sprightly, sharply perceptive and richly melodic sound as well as a playful freshness of approach. This six-song collection sees them building on the promise of their earlier 'Talk Tight' with elan, and an almost objectionable amount of songwriting acumen. Few in the current indie milieu are quite so adept at making such a time-honoured sound hit so brand new.
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Cat: SP 1195. Rel: 10 Mar 17
  1. French Press (5:28)
  2. Julie's Place (3:19)
  3. Sick Bug (2:51)
  4. Colours Run (2:27)
  5. Dig Up (4:08)
  6. Fountain Of Good Fortune (4:58)
Review: This Melbourne-based outfit, notable for containing no fewer than three singer-songwriters in their ranks, are a tonic and a half for anyone who grew up on the Velvets-indebted indie-pop of the '80s - outfits like The Feelies and The Go-Betweens, or the Flying Nun stable - offering a similarly sprightly, sharply perceptive and richly melodic sound as well as a playful freshness of approach. This six-song collection sees them building on the promise of their earlier 'Talk Tight' with elan, and an almost objectionable amount of songwriting acumen. Few in the current indie milieu are quite so adept at making such a time-honoured sound hit so brand new.
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 in stock $12.94
White Stuff (orange marbled vinyl LP + MP3 download code in embossed sleeve)
Cat: FP 17043. Rel: 26 Feb 19
  1. White Stuff (3:39)
  2. Year Of The Dog (2:18)
  3. Purple Audacity #2 (3:09)
  4. Suburban Junky Lady (4:45)
  5. Shoes & Tags (2:27)
  6. Get Used To This (3:04)
  7. Sic Em Slow (3:04)
  8. Every Day Swan (2:11)
  9. Whopper Dave (4:17)
  10. Purple Audacity #1 (5:05)
  11. Under Ice (2:47)
Review: Washington DC combi Royal Trux first surfaced at the turn of the '90s and after a ten-year run the band dissolved following their Pound For Pound LP in 2000. With a live album release in 2017, Platinum Tips & Ice Cream, Mississippi label Fat Possum
officially presents the band's first studio work after 19 years away. White Stuff delivers a phased over melee of punk, glam rock and rock and roll amid hints of hairspray metal and classy vocoder work. Abstract hip hop even makes its way into tracks like "Get Used To This", to deliver an album that's as abstract as it is playful, riotous and unique.
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White Stuff (LP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: FP 17041. Rel: 27 Feb 19
  1. White Stuff (3:39)
  2. Year Of The Dog (2:18)
  3. Purple Audacity #2 (3:09)
  4. Suburban Junky Lady (4:45)
  5. Shoes & Tags (2:27)
  6. Get Used To This (3:04)
  7. Sic Em Slow (3:04)
  8. Every Day Swan (2:11)
  9. Whopper Dave (4:17)
  10. Purple Audacity #1 (5:05)
  11. Under Ice (2:47)
Review: Washington DC combi Royal Trux first surfaced at the turn of the '90s and after a ten-year run the band dissolved following their Pound For Pound LP in 2000. With a live album release in 2017, Platinum Tips & Ice Cream, Mississippi label Fat Possum
officially presents the band's first studio work after 19 years away. White Stuff delivers a phased over melee of punk, glam rock and rock and roll amid hints of hairspray metal and classy vocoder work. Abstract hip hop even makes its way into tracks like "Get Used To This", to deliver an album that's as abstract as it is playful, riotous and unique.
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Cat: MI 0532CD. Rel: 05 Apr 19
  1. Inner Circle
  2. Swing Shut
  3. Symmetrical
  4. The Gap
  5. Old Money
  6. Conditions
  7. Dark Park
  8. Trouble
  9. Quiz
  10. When There Is No Sun
Review: It's been just over a decade since Rozi Plain debuted with her laid back, summery and melancholic, singer-songwriting sound. "What A Boost" finds a release through North London label Memphis Industries and this fifth studio LP sees the artist go bass heavy on tracks like album opener "Inner Circle", with the slightest of electronic music production ethics making themselves known throughout the LP. Across the record, programmed kick drums are subtle and vocal loops creative, while syncopated jazz beats, sub-sonic grooves and skittering, brushy snares make for a unique take on solo vocalist, folk-inspired, new age sounds. Far from a record that feels as though it was recorded in a bedroom, Rozi Plain's lo-fi sonic only adds to the calming, melancholic malaise of her soulful style.
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What A Boost (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MI 0532LP. Rel: 05 Apr 19
  1. Inner Circle (4:44)
  2. Swing Shut (3:32)
  3. Symmetrical (4:21)
  4. The Gap (3:53)
  5. Old Money (6:02)
  6. Conditions (4:09)
  7. Dark Park (4:03)
  8. Trouble (4:09)
  9. Quiz (5:03)
  10. When There Is No Sun (4:52)
Review: It's been just over a decade since Rozi Plain debuted with her laid back, summery and melancholic, singer-songwriting sound. "What A Boost" finds a release through North London label Memphis Industries and this fifth studio LP sees the artist go bass heavy on tracks like album opener "Inner Circle", with the slightest of electronic music production ethics making themselves known throughout the LP. Across the record, programmed kick drums are subtle and vocal loops creative, while syncopated jazz beats, sub-sonic grooves and skittering, brushy snares make for a unique take on solo vocalist, folk-inspired, new age sounds. Far from a record that feels as though it was recorded in a bedroom, Rozi Plain's lo-fi sonic only adds to the calming, melancholic malaise of her soulful style.
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Played by: Flash Atkins
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Instrumentals (2xLP + 12 page booklet)
Cat: AU 10161. Rel: 22 Feb 17
  1. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (5:17)
  2. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (1:53)
  3. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (1:05)
  4. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (5:38)
  5. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (2:36)
  6. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (2:07)
  7. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (2:32)
  8. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (0:56)
  9. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (2:00)
  10. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 1 (0:24)
  11. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 2 (6:31)
  12. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 2 (9:57)
  13. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 2 (6:39)
  14. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 2 (5:14)
  15. "Instrumentals" (1975) Volume 2 (2:36)
  16. Sketch For "Face Of Heaven" (9:47)
  17. Reach One (With Two Fender Rhodes) (1973) (16:46)
Review: Up until Peter Gordon's recent revival, excerpts from Arthur Russell's 1975 composition Instrumentals - inspired by his studies of Indian and western music while in San Francisco a few years previously - had only ever been performed in public on a handful of occasions. While this may have partly been due to the Russell's desire for it to be performed in a single 48-hour cycle, it has meant that the few recordings that do exist have remained hidden for decades. This superb double album gathers together those excerpts, recorded between 1974 and 78 in New York, alongside recordings of two other early Russell works. Musically, it's as strange, imaginative and touching as you'd expect, with Instrumentals variously fusing pastoral classical music, Indian mysticism, and (then) contemporary Americana.
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Cat: AU 10101. Rel: 04 Dec 14
  1. Close My Eyes
  2. Goodbye Old Paint
  3. Maybe She
  4. Oh Fernanda Why
  5. Time Away
  6. Nobody Wants A Lonely Heart
  7. I Couldn't Say It To Your Face
  8. This Time Dad You're Wrong
  9. What It's Like
  10. Eli
  11. Hey! How Does Everybody Know
  12. I Forget & I Can't Tell (Ballad Of The Lights part 1)
  13. Habit Of You
  14. Janine
  15. Big Moon
  16. Your Motion Says
  17. The Letter
  18. Don't Forget About Me
  19. Love Is Overtaking Me
  20. Planted A Thought
  21. Love Comes Back
Review: A musical polymath like no other, the late Arthur Russell turned his hand to a bewildering variety of different musical styles, from avant-garde torch songs to pounding disco, yet all imbued with his otherworldly songwriting skill and richly emotional voice. This posthumous compilation, however, collects together the more oddly accessible material that he created, in largely acoustic and country styles. The cowboy hat on the sleeve may be strangely appropriate here, but more than this, the blend of plaintive melancholy and freewheeling charm can only leave the listener wondering how Arthur Russell managed to avoid mainstream success in his all-too-brief career. A strange and beguiling transmission from a unique talent.
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Drift Code (heavyweight vinyl LP + insert + print + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 414X. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Vanishing Heart (4:21)
  2. Judgement Train (4:57)
  3. Brings Me Joy (3:08)
  4. Our Tomorrows (4:41)
  5. Euphonium Dream (1:57)
  6. The World's In Town (5:39)
  7. Light The Light (4:26)
  8. Martian Garden (4:29)
  9. All Summer (3:01)
Review: Over the past 15 years of releasing records it's been a rare sighting to see Paul Webb's music as Rustin Man not up and alongside his partner in sound, Portishead singer Beth Gibbons. With a rich history of putting out music as the bass player in Talk Talk, Drift Code for Domino presents Webb with a fully loaded debut solo album. There's plenty of blues and jazzed laced throughout the LP to be appreciated alongside country western motifs that make you want to fashion yourself an underbite and chew on a some wheat grass. Slightly gospel, wavering croons and storytelling are to be heard amidst the charming clunky-clink of a salon's piano keys rattled in a room of smokey vocals. Something to be savoured.
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Drift Code (180 gram vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 414. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Vanishing Heart (4:37)
  2. Judgement Train (5:03)
  3. Brings Me Joy (3:13)
  4. Our Tomorrows (4:39)
  5. Euphonium Dream (2:05)
  6. The World's In Town (5:38)
  7. Light The Light (4:27)
  8. Martian Garden (4:29)
  9. All Summer (3:00)
Review: Over the past 15 years of releasing records it's been a rare sighting to see Paul Webb's music as Rustin Man not up and alongside his partner in sound, Portishead singer Beth Gibbons. With a rich history of putting out music as the bass player in Talk Talk, Drift Code for Domino presents Webb with a fully loaded debut solo album. There's plenty of blues and jazzed laced throughout the LP to be appreciated alongside country western motifs that make you want to fashion yourself an underbite and chew on a some wheat grass. Slightly gospel, wavering croons and storytelling are to be heard amidst the charming clunky-clink of a salon's piano keys rattled in a room of smokey vocals. Something to be savoured.
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Cat: WIGCD 414. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Vanishing Heart
  2. Judgement Train
  3. Brings Me Joy
  4. Our Tomorrows
  5. Euphonium Dream
  6. The World's In Town
  7. Light The Light
  8. Martian Garden
  9. All Summer
Review: Over the past 15 years of releasing records it's been a rare sighting to see Paul Webb's music as Rustin Man not up and alongside his partner in sound, Portishead singer Beth Gibbons. With a rich history of putting out music as the bass player in Talk Talk, Drift Code for Domino presents Webb with a fully loaded debut solo album. There's plenty of blues and jazzed laced throughout the LP to be appreciated alongside country western motifs that make you want to fashion yourself an underbite and chew on a some wheat grass. Slightly gospel, wavering croons and storytelling are to be heard amidst the charming clunky-clink of a salon's piano keys rattled in a room of smokey vocals. Something to be savoured.
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 in stock $10.43
A Quality Of Mercy (limited white vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: FP 16731. Rel: 08 Aug 18
  1. A Quality Of Mercy (3:35)
  2. Cause & Effect (2:42)
  3. IBM (3:22)
  4. Heart Paste (2:43)
  5. The Eggshell World (3:27)
  6. Vincent Van Gogh (3:58)
  7. Feral Beach (4:12)
  8. That's All (5:07)
Review: Melbourne four-piece RVG give their emotional, Australian-tinged ballad music a complete release with this A Quality Of Mercy album. It's hard not to feel the ghost of Michael Hutchence inside the group's vocals, with thick strips of Australiana rock permeating the core of RVG's instrumentality. Released on a limited white vinyl, the LP opens with the grand gesture that is its title track, replete with horns, crashing cymbals and walls of guitars. Album highlight is the emotional, dial up modem interrupting 'IBM' and for more classical ballads see "Heart Paste" and "The Eggshell World".
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Yawn (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 383. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. There's Something On Your Mind (5:04)
  2. Time Will Be The Only Saviour (5:28)
  3. Recover (3:30)
  4. Mither (6:09)
  5. And Then There's You (4:33)
  6. There Are Worse Things I Could Do (5:18)
  7. Don't Be Scared, I Love You (4:18)
  8. John (4:03)
  9. No One's Trying To Kill You (4:49)
  10. Happy Song (6:33)
Review: There's an ultimately '90s shoegazing feel to the music of Bill Ryder Jones and the Merseysider leaves no emotional stone unturned with such phrasing in this album's songs like 'the silence is killing me' and on opening track "Yawn": 'But there's a fortune to be had from telling people you're sad'. Dare we say it, there's splashes of Happy Mondays, Stone Roses and The Jesus & Mary Chain in his music too, however there is no denying Bill Ryder Jones originality, and the washy, distorted and melancholic tones and timbres of this album revel in a tear-jerking, emotional lustre.
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 in stock $19.90
West Kirby County Primary (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP + 7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 346X. Rel: 03 Nov 15
  1. Tell Me You Don't Love Me Watching (2:23)
  2. Two To Birkenhead (4:13)
  3. Let's Get Away from Here (4:28)
  4. Daniel (4:16)
  5. Put It Down Before You Break It (3:51)
  6. Catharine and Huskisson (3:57)
  7. Wild Roses (3:36)
  8. You Can't Hide a Light With the Dark (3:35)
  9. Satellites (5:46)
  10. Seabirds (4:22)
  11. Out Of The Dark (2:55)
  12. Even Good Things Break My Heart (4:21)
Review: Ryder-Jones is something of a Liverpudlian legend, a troubadour who originally made his name with The Coral, yet one whose charismatic talents have extended beyond the '60s-worship of his origins to a very personal place on this, his third solo album to date. Recorded in the bedroom of his childhood home, 'West Kirkby County Primary' is a work of heartache, loneliness and melancholia that finds its metier somewhere between the work of Michael Head and Springsteen's 'Nebraska' - Ryder-Jones' mood may be desolate, soul-searching and reflective, yet his songwriting flair lurks behind every corner.
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 in stock $18.82
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