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This Week: Indie

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Strings Attached
Cat: ADAY 072. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. Take Your Turn
  2. The Metro
  3. No More Words
  4. Take My Breath Away
  5. Masquerade
  6. Now It's My Turn
  7. Sex (I'm A)
  8. On My Knees
  9. Like Flames
  10. Will I Ever Understand You
  11. You Don't Know
  12. Hideaway
 in stock $11.20
Black Heart Lullabies
Cat: FAUVEECHO 04. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Dark Therapy
  2. Dying
  3. Heroes In June
  4. Sober
  5. Bleed
  6. Silence On The Radio
  7. I Don't Belong Here
  8. I Am Awake
  9. To The End
  10. Strangely Drawn
  11. From The Deep
  12. Still Running
  13. Ondine
  14. Falling Flame
  15. All Tomorrow Brings
  16. God's Guest List
  17. When I See Red
  18. Something That Remains
  19. Atom
  20. Sparks
 in stock $14.85
Nectar (CD)
Cat: 019029 6839030. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. Ew
  2. Modus
  3. Tick Tock
  4. Daylight
  5. Upgrade
  6. Gimme Love
  7. Run
  8. Sanctuary
  9. High Hopes
  10. Nitrous
  11. Pretty Boy
  12. Normal People
  13. Afterthought
  14. Mr Hollywood
  15. 777
  16. Reanimator
  17. Like You Do
  18. Your Man
Review: Whereas Joji's acclaimed 2018 debut album was an evocative and atmospheric concoction that sat somewhere between lo-fi trip-hop, experimental R&B and bubbly electronica, this hotly anticipated follow-up is a much bolder and more musically advanced affair. That means that the Japanese-Australian artist's evocative, eyes-closed vocals come cloaked in sweeping strings, crunchy guitars and twinkling pianos, while resting on booming basslines and punchy, tweaked hip-hop and R&B beats. It's a formula that only enhances his already impressive songs, while the presence of some high-profile collaborators - Diplo and Yves Tumor included - only emphasizes the top-tier circles he's now moving in.
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 in stock $13.43
One Day At A Time (Deluxe Edition)
Cat: BUN 673. Rel: 24 Nov 20
  1. Wherever You Are
  2. Sometimes
  3. Saving Grace
  4. Say Something
  5. The Evening
  6. Spend It With You
  7. Care
  8. Heart Open
  9. Everyone Changes
  10. In The End
  11. This Must Be Christmas (bonus track)
  12. Everyone Changes (feat Gabrielle Aplin - bonus track)
  13. The Rare Auld Times (bonus track)
  14. Teenage Kicks (bonus track)
 in stock $9.80
Cyr (CD)
Cat: 081001 6762683. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. The Colour Of Love
  2. Confessions Of A Dopamine Addict
  3. Cyr
  4. Dulcet In E
  5. Wrath
  6. Ramona
  7. Anno Satana
  8. Birch Grove
  9. Wyttch
  10. Starrcraft
  11. Purple Blood
  12. Save Your Tears
  13. Telegenix
  14. Black Forest, Black Hills
  15. Adrennalynne
  16. Haunted
  17. The Hidden Sun
  18. Schaudenfreud
  19. Tyger, Tyger
  20. Minerva
Review: The Smashing Pumpkins' transformation from melodic alt-rock deities to synth-driven electronic boppers is complete. Well, almost. The titular single certainly fits that easy narrative, laser beam chords and string refrains bursting from behind a track that bounces with a light disco punk energy. In truth, of course, there has always been far more to Bill Corgan et al than the alternative rock tag often implies, and even right back to their formative years the crew were toying with expectations.

2018's Rick Rubin-produced Shine And Oh So Bright... album may have emphasised their rock roots, but now we're given their creative juices in full flow on their poppiest outing yet, partly inspired by the roster of seminal Chicago label Wax Trax!, the US home to Underworld and The KLF among others. Needless to say, though, the Pumpkins make it sound like they've lived here all along; testament to their unwavering dedication to trying new ideas and knack at pulling them off.
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 in stock $13.43
Strum & Thrum: The American Jangle Underground 1983-1987
Cat: CT 302CD. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. The Reverbs - "Trusted Woods"
  2. Start - "Where I Want To Be"
  3. Cyclones - "I'm In Heaven"
  4. The Windbreakers - "All That Stuff"
  5. Primitons - "All My Friends"
  6. Bangtails - "Patron Of The Arts"
  7. The Love In - "Late As Usual"
  8. Sex Clark Ive - "She Collides With Me"
  9. Three Hits - "Five O'Clock"
  10. Crippled Pilgrims - "Black & White" (alternate version)
  11. Vandykes - "Breakin My Heart"
  12. Salem 66 - "Seven Steps Down"
  13. The Outnumbered - "I Feel So Sorry Now"
  14. The Darrows - "Is It You"
  15. Riff Doctors - "Say Goodbye"
  16. The Ferrets - "She Was Unkind"
  17. 28th Day - "Pages Turn" (alternate version)
  18. Great Pains - "When Do You Say Hello?"
  19. Downy Mildew - "Purple Parlor"
  20. The Strand - "You & Me"
  21. The White Sisters - "Misery, Me & You"
  22. Absolute Grey - "Remorse"
  23. One Plus Two - "Promise"
  24. The Springfields - "Sunflower"
  25. Holiday - "Change"
  26. Pop Art - "The Meeting"
  27. The Reactions - "Tomorrow's Time Today"
  28. A New Personality - "Essential Things"
 in stock $21.85
Three Mile Ditch
Cat: CCR 004CD. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. Cowboy
  2. Three Mile Ditch
  3. Midnight Ride
  4. Fly Inside
  5. A Love You'll Never Know
  6. Meat Chuck
  7. Everyone's Friend
  8. White Cliffs
  9. Silver Trees
  10. You Looked Happy To Me
Review: Somebody left the gate open... The Wytches' label describe them as 'swampy', and there's something in that term. Known to those who know as a rock band that lunge, wobble and ooze in equal measure, it's easy to picture some beast or other slowly emerging from the quagmire whenever you're tuning in, and Three Mile Ditch is doing that reputation no disservice.

Scuzzy, slimy and frequently screaming hard rock 'n' roll that sounds like it's about to bust a gut before descending into an even sleazier and deeper version of itself, so much of what's here could be dubbed an earworm by the time the halfway point arrives it's hard to know which way you came in, let alone where the exit is. Don't worry though, getting lost amongst the grooves and grind is a joy in itself.
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 in stock $10.93
Colossal Youth (40th Anniversary Edition) (reissue)
Cat: REWIGCD 32XX. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. Searching For Mr Right
  2. Include Me Out
  3. The Taxi
  4. Eating Noddemix
  5. Constantly Changing
  6. NITA
  7. Colossal Youth
  8. Music For Evenings
  9. The Man Amplifier
  10. Choci Loni
  11. Wurlitzer Jukebox
  12. Salad Days
  13. Credit In The Straight World
  14. Brand New Life
  15. Wind In The Rigging
  16. Have Your Toupee Ready
  17. The Man Shares His Meal With His Beast
  18. Hayman
  19. Loop The Loop
  20. Ode To Booker T
  21. Final Day
  22. Radio Silents
  23. Cakewalking
  24. This Way
  25. Posed By Models
  26. The Clock
  27. Clicktalk
  28. Zebra Trucks
  29. Sporting Life
  30. NITA (DVD)
  31. Choci Loni
  32. Radio Silents
  33. Music For Evenings
  34. Colossal Youth
  35. Searching For Mr Right
  36. Credit In The Straight World
  37. Brand New Life
  38. Include Me Out
  39. Wurlitzer Jukebox
  40. Salad Days
  41. Cakewalking
  42. Final Day
  43. Salad Days
 in stock $15.41


This Week: Indie