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FORTHCOMING
I Slept On The Floor
I Slept On The Floor (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: ASKY 001. Rel: 07 Aug 20
 
Indie
coming soon $19.21
FORTHCOMING
I Slept On The Floor
I Slept On The Floor (limited heavyweight green vinyl LP)
Cat: ASKY 002. Rel: 07 Aug 20
 
Indie
coming soon $21.05
FORTHCOMING
I Slept On The Floor
Cat: ASKY 003. Rel: 07 Aug 20
 
Indie
coming soon $10.52
Walking Like We Do (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: SHREDS 012. Rel: 10 Jan 20
Indie
  1. It's Easy Then (3:40)
  2. Your Light (5:04)
  3. Dog Eat Dog (3:39)
  4. Why (3:30)
  5. Don't Think (4:05)
  6. Waves (2:54)
  7. Holy Roller (4:08)
  8. Take A Piece (3:44)
  9. Barcelona (3:47)
  10. A Hundred Ways To Land (4:03)
  11. ADHD (3:34)
Review: It's likely "Your Light" has crossed your path by now. The track has garnered regular airplay and - even among playlists on some of the UK's more discerning stations - stands out from the crowd. The good news is the other songs on The Big Moon's difficult second are also strong, moving away from the grunginess of debut "Love In The 4th Dimension" to deliver what might be remembered as the first great pop album of the roaring 20s. And that's pop with real bite. Frontman Juliette Jackson seems capable of greater levels of poetry than many of her peers. At its most poignant taking aim at the hollowness of modern womanhood, the terror of growing up without reaching "real adulthood" (see, or rather hear: "Barcelona") and being left behind by friends and their successes. That this stuff comes with rowdy choruses (opener "It's Easy Then") and hugely emotive anti-balladry ("Waves") elevates the package to future classic status.
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 in stock $15.78
Cat: SHREDS 015. Rel: 10 Jan 20
Indie
  1. It's Easy Then
  2. Your Light
  3. Dog Eat Dog
  4. Why
  5. Don't Think
  6. Waves
  7. Holy Roller
  8. Take A Piece
  9. Barcelona
  10. A Hundred Ways To Land
  11. ADHD
Review: It's likely "Your Light" has crossed your path by now. The track has garnered regular airplay and - even among playlists on some of the UK's more discerning stations - stands out from the crowd. The good news is the other songs on The Big Moon's difficult second are also strong, moving away from the grunginess of debut "Love In The 4th Dimension" to deliver what might be remembered as the first great pop album of the roaring 20s. And that's pop with real bite. Frontman Juliette Jackson seems capable of greater levels of poetry than many of her peers. At its most poignant taking aim at the hollowness of modern womanhood, the terror of growing up without reaching "real adulthood" (see, or rather hear: "Barcelona") and being left behind by friends and their successes. That this stuff comes with rowdy choruses (opener "It's Easy Then") and hugely emotive anti-balladry ("Waves") elevates the package to future classic status.
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 in stock $8.06
FORTHCOMING
Walking Like We Do
Walking Like We Do (blue vinyl LP)
Cat: SHREDS 14. Rel: 13 Jul 20
 
Indie
coming soon $18.68
FORTHCOMING
Record Store Day Exclusive: Live To Vinyl
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Reasons To Stay Alive (limited heavyweight red vinyl LP)
Cat: RTSA 001. Rel: 01 Feb 19
Indie
  1. A Different Game (3:10)
  2. Barcelona (3:45)
  3. Reasons To Stay Alive (3:52)
  4. Hero (4:00)
  5. The Story Of Me & You (2:57)
  6. How To Stop Time (4:33)
  7. Lucky Song (3:00)
  8. Parallel Lives (3:06)
  9. Handle With Care (3:08)
  10. Tomorrow (2:56)
  11. Lost In Space (4:06)
 in stock $17.64
Cat: MULVEY 014. Rel: 08 Sep 17
Indie
  1. Unconditional
  2. Transform Your Game (We Remain)
  3. Imogen
  4. Myela
  5. We Are Never Apart
  6. Remembering
  7. Mountain To Move
  8. When The Body Is Gone
  9. Lullaby
  10. In Your Hands
  11. Infinite Trees
Review: Mulvey's 2014 debut was quite deservingly widely acclaimed, and established him as a highly skilled solo artist. His work with Portico Quartet was cinematic and wide-eyed, and proved his ability to work with broad and enchanting atmospherics. This coupled with a wide range of musical textures brings us to his second album 'Wake Up Now' which is as playful as it is diverse. Just as you're settling into ideas, Mulvey's introduction of surprising elements pleasantly catches you off guard, and this album is all the better for it. Tracks such as 'Myela' - inspired by the current refugee crisis - and the touching 'Unconditional' are key moments in a confident follow-up by an undoubtedly graceful and intricate songwriter.
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 in stock $5.27
Life After (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: PALACE 013. Rel: 12 Jul 19
Indie
  1. Life After (5:05)
  2. Berlin (3:12)
  3. Younger (3:23)
  4. Face In The Crowd (3:21)
  5. Caught My Breath (4:02)
  6. Martyr (4:05)
  7. All In My Stride (5:03)
  8. No Other (3:54)
  9. Running Wild (4:00)
  10. Bones (3:35)
  11. Heaven Up There (7:06)
 in stock $20.26
The Witch (CD)
Cat: PUMA 008. Rel: 19 May 17
Indie
  1. Dragonfly
  2. Honey
  3. The Witch
  4. Priestess
  5. Lion's Den
  6. My Gruesome Loving Friend
  7. Red
  8. Barefoot
  9. Hollywood
  10. Snake
 in stock $8.06
Cat: PUMA 010CD. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Fall Apart
  2. I See You
  3. Lose Control
  4. I Can Change
  5. Factory
  6. Adam's Song
  7. Heaven
  8. Virtue
  9. In The Woods
  10. Lost In Her
  11. Devastation
Review: Talk about transformations. When Pumarosa unveiled their powerful debut album it was a lightning bolt of furious guitar business that hit you in the face, separated wheat from chaff and only left those comfortable with someone like Isabel Munoz-Newsome flexing frontwoman muscle as its survivors. But plenty has changed between then and now. Said femme fatale has experienced her own personal seismic upheaval, altering perceptions of her body and outlook on life. Meanwhile, the outfit itself hasn't stayed put, either, switching bassists (from the now-departed Henry Brown to Tool's Justin Chancellor, for this release at least). All of which is before we come to the stylistic shift, or rather leap, into Warp-ish realms of proto jungle and experimental electronics. It certainly works, meaning this can easily be filed somewhere close to Aphex Twin, yet still in a world of its own.
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Devastation (orange vinyl LP)
Cat: PUMA 010LP. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Fall Apart (4:21)
  2. I See You (3:57)
  3. Lose Control (5:29)
  4. I Can Change (4:10)
  5. Factory (3:42)
  6. Adam's Song (3:21)
  7. Heaven (4:47)
  8. Virtue (3:26)
  9. Into The Woods (5:17)
  10. I Am Lost (8:01)
  11. Devastation (4:47)
Review: Talk about transformations. When Pumarosa unveiled their powerful debut album it was a lightning bolt of furious guitar business that hit you in the face, separated wheat from chaff and only left those comfortable with someone like Isabel Munoz-Newsome flexing frontwoman muscle as its survivors. But plenty has changed between then and now. Said femme fatale has experienced her own personal seismic upheaval, altering perceptions of her body and outlook on life. Meanwhile, the outfit itself hasn't stayed put, either, switching bassists (from the now-departed Henry Brown to Tool's Justin Chancellor, for this release at least). All of which is before we come to the stylistic shift, or rather leap, into Warp-ish realms of proto jungle and experimental electronics. It certainly works, meaning this can easily be filed somewhere close to Aphex Twin, yet still in a world of its own.
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Cat: FARTNO 1SE2. Rel: 01 Mar 19
Pop
  1. (Feelings)
  2. The Best
  3. Steady As I Stand
  4. Girl Crush
  5. Favourite Problem
  6. (Hobbies)
  7. I'm Shy
  8. Peach You Had To Pick
  9. In Time
  10. Monster
  11. Actors
  12. Wrestling
  13. (Truly Free)
  14. She Reigns
  15. Rollout
  16. On The Edge Of Another One
 in stock $8.69
Currents (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 473067 7. Rel: 17 Jul 15
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Let It Happen (7:50)
  2. Nangs (1:41)
  3. The Moment (4:19)
  4. Yes I'm Changing (4:31)
  5. Eventually (5:18)
  6. Gossip (0:57)
  7. The Less I Know The Better (3:39)
  8. Past Life (3:46)
  9. Disciples (1:48)
  10. Cause I'm A Man (4:03)
  11. Reality In Motion (4:12)
  12. Love/Paranoia (3:07)
  13. New Person, Same Old Mistakes (6:09)
Review: Australian combo Tama Impala has always been hard to pin down, with their two studio albums to date displaying a keen desire to capture a trippy, psychedelic vibe, whilst refusing to settle on one easy-to-categorize sound. Currents, their fourth album, continues this trend, toning down some of the psychedelic rock elements in favour of nods to blue-eyed soul, woozy dream-pop, cheery summery pop (see the radio hit in waiting "The Less I Know The Better"), and even the head-nodding rhythms of hip hop (which, incidentally, prove the perfect backing for the morphine pop wooziness of "Past Life"). It's a blend that re-casts the band as baked, inter-dimensional travellers with a neat line in enveloping, sun-kissed downtempo pop.
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 in stock $18.42
Cat: 775796 0. Rel: 14 Feb 20
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. One More Year
  2. Instant Destiny
  3. Borderline
  4. Posthumous Forgiveness
  5. Breathe Deeper
  6. Tomorrow's Dust
  7. On Track
  8. Lost In Yesterday
  9. Is It True
  10. It Might Be Time
  11. Glimmer
  12. One More Hour
Review: Kevin Parker is a real enigma of a musician. The brains behind the rightly celebrated and ever-surprising Tame Impala, he's never one for delivering quite what you expect, while still understanding that one of the most important things in music is striking a balance between the familiarity disciples need, and the expressive exploration that can prick the ears of the previously uninitiated.

Album number four, "The Slow Rush", certainly adopts a different outlook to previous undertakings. It also more than lives up to its name. It's smooth, tripped out (perhaps not so surprising on the latter front) and strikingly void of those highs that seem to offer the aural equivalent to some opiate-amphetamine blend. But we don't miss out. Instead, we're given permutations of soul, prog rock and acid house, perhaps making for the most expansive record this guy has been responsible for.
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 in stock $11.85
The Slow Rush (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: 775795 6. Rel: 14 Feb 20
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. One More Year (5:22)
  2. Instant Destiny (3:13)
  3. Borderline (4:01)
  4. Posthumous Forgiveness (6:05)
  5. Breathe Deeper (6:13)
  6. Tomorrow's Dust (5:28)
  7. On Track (5:02)
  8. Lost In Yesterday (4:10)
  9. Is It True (3:57)
  10. It Might Be Time (4:37)
  11. Glimmer (2:05)
  12. One More Hour (7:06)
Review: Kevin Parker is a real enigma of a musician. The brains behind the rightly celebrated and ever-surprising Tame Impala, he's never one for delivering quite what you expect, while still understanding that one of the most important things in music is striking a balance between the familiarity disciples need, and the expressive exploration that can prick the ears of the previously uninitiated.

Album number four, "The Slow Rush", certainly adopts a different outlook to previous undertakings. It also more than lives up to its name. It's smooth, tripped out (perhaps not so surprising on the latter front) and strikingly void of those highs that seem to offer the aural equivalent to some opiate-amphetamine blend. But we don't miss out. Instead, we're given permutations of soul, prog rock and acid house, perhaps making for the most expansive record this guy has been responsible for.
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 in stock $23.69
Cat: 006025 37737390. Rel: 15 May 14
Indie
  1. Endors Toi
  2. Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind?
  3. Sestri Levante
  4. Mind Mischief
  5. Desire Be, Desire Go
  6. Half Full Glass Of Wine
  7. Be Above It
  8. Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
  9. Apocalypse Dreams
 in stock $20.00
Cat: B 003038502. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Thirsty
  2. Keep Moving Don't Move
  3. Brown Eyed Man
  4. Three Sided Coin
  5. I Trap You
  6. All Humans Too Late
  7. Hold Your Own
  8. Lessons
  9. Firesmoke
  10. Holy Elixir
  11. People's Faces
 in stock $11.05
Cat: B 003009601. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Thirsty (3:26)
  2. Keep Moving Don't Move (5:50)
  3. Brown Eyed Man (3:05)
  4. Three Sided Coin (4:01)
  5. I Trap You (3:31)
  6. All Humans Too Late (3:10)
  7. Hold Your Own (4:05)
  8. Lessons (4:07)
  9. Firesmoke (3:33)
  10. Holy Elixir (4:17)
  11. People's Faces (5:59)
 in stock $20.26
The Book Of Traps & Lessons (Deluxe) (CD in 32 page hard-back book sleeve)
Cat: B 003009502. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Thirsty
  2. Keep Moving Don't Move
  3. Brown Eyed Man
  4. Three Sided Coin
  5. I Trap You
  6. All Humans Too Late
  7. Hold Your Own
  8. Lessons
  9. Firesmoke
  10. Holy Elixir
  11. People's Faces
 in stock $19.21
Cat: 508765 55. Rel: 10 Mar 20
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Unholy Elixir (5:03)
  2. People's Faces (Streatham version) (3:42)
Review: Those who bought Kate Tempest's superb new album "The Book Of Traps and Lessons" should know "Holy Elixir", a track that caused a stir when she performed it at Glastonbury festival last summer. Here she delivers a radically reworked version called "Unholy Elixir", a triumphant fusion of alien-sounding synthesizer lines, booming sub-bass and off-kilter hip-hop breaks topped off with her distinctive spoken word vocals. Over on the flipside Tempest reworks another recent album track, "People's Faces", re-casting it as a yearning tribute to London neighbourhood Streatham in which her heavily accented spoken word vocals seem more pertinent and hard-hitting than ever.
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 in stock $10.27
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