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19 (LP)
XL
Cat: XLLP 313. Rel: 06 Feb 08
 
Pop
  1. Daydreamer
  2. Best For Last
  3. Chasing Pavements
  4. Cold Shoulder
  5. Crazy For You
  6. Melt My Heart To Stone
  7. First Love
  8. Right As Rain
  9. Make You Feel My Love
  10. My Same
  11. Tired
  12. Hometown Glory
Review: Already the winner of a Brit Award (Adele was voted the 'Critics Choice' - the most exciting new British artist expected to 'make it big' in 2008),
'19' is Adele's debut album. Citing influences as diverse as Etta James, Jill Scott, Bjork, Dusty Springfield, Billy Bragg, Billie Holiday, Jeff Buckley,
The Cure and Peggy Lee, Adele also recently completed her first solo UK tour, having toured previously with the likes of Jack Penate, Jamie T,
Raul Midon, Amos Lee and Devendra Banhart. '19' contains both her debut track 'Hometown Glory' and her smash single 'Chasing Pavements'.
Blues tinged and melancholic, Adele describes 'Chasing Pavements' as 'It's me being hopeful for a relationship that's very much over. The sort
of relationship you hate when you're in it, but miss when you're not'. A hymn to lost love and regret, 'Chasing Pavements' follows Adele's first
limited edition single 'Hometown Glory', which introduced her to the world to much critical acclaim, with NME calling it 'totally, absolutely beautiful',
Q Magazine calling her 'The voice of next year' and The Sunday Times saying 'A Star Is Born'
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Wildflower (Deluxe Edition) (quadfold 2xLP + CD + poster)
XL
Cat: XLLP 755X. Rel: 08 Jul 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Leaves Were Falling (0:13)
  2. Because I’m Me (4:12)
  3. Frankie Sinatra (3:44)
  4. Subways (3:10)
  5. Going Home (2:07)
  6. If I Was A Folkstar (4:33)
  7. Colours (3:29)
  8. Zap! (1:58)
  9. The Noisy Eater (3:15)
  10. Wildflower (1:16)
  11. Harmony (3:47)
  12. Live A Lifetime Love (2:32)
  13. Park Music (0:57)
  14. Livin' Underwater (Is Something Wild) (1:54)
  15. The Wozard Of Iz (2:56)
  16. Over The Turnstiles (0:44)
  17. Sunshine (3:36)
  18. Light Up (1:33)
  19. Kaleidoscope Lovers (3:57)
  20. Stepkids (4:21)
  21. Saturday Night Inside Out (4:56)
  22. The Leaves Were Falling
  23. Because I’m Me
  24. Frankie Sinatra
  25. Subways
  26. Going Home
  27. If I Was A Folkstar
  28. Colours
  29. Zap!
  30. The Noisy Eater
  31. Wildflower
  32. Harmony
  33. Live A Lifetime Love
  34. Park Music
  35. Livin' Underwater (Is Something Wild)
  36. The Wozard Of Iz
  37. Over The Turnstiles
  38. Sunshine
  39. Light UP
  40. Kaleidoscope Lovers
  41. Stepkids
  42. Saturday Night Inside Out
Review: When they delivered their stupendously sample-heavy debut album, Since I Left You, back in 2000, The Avalanches were tipped for big things. For some reason, they failed to capitalize, all but fading from view. That album remains a much-loved listen for many people so there has been an expected degree of anticipation regarding this follow-up, Wildflower. Happily, it's something of a resounding success, with the Melbourne trio serving up another whirlwind trip through sample-heavy, hip-hop era psychedelia. At 21 tracks deep, and with more changes of direction than your average three-week cycle race, it's something of a beast. It is, though, well worth the effort, as repeat listens simply uncovers more layers of hazy, glassy-eyed goodness (be it bluesy trip-hop, slipped disco, dreamy acid-pop, folksy beat-scapes or baked hypno-rock).
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Wildflower (2xLP + CD)
XL
Cat: XLLP 755. Rel: 08 Jul 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Leaves Were Falling (0:13)
  2. Because I’m Me (4:12)
  3. Frankie Sinatra (3:44)
  4. Subways (3:10)
  5. Going Home (2:07)
  6. If I Was A Folkstar (4:33)
  7. Colours (3:29)
  8. Zap! (1:58)
  9. The Noisy Eater (3:15)
  10. Wildflower (1:16)
  11. Harmony (3:47)
  12. Live A Lifetime Love (2:32)
  13. Park Music (0:57)
  14. Livin' Underwater (Is Something Wild) (1:54)
  15. The Wozard Of Iz (2:56)
  16. Over The Turnstiles (0:44)
  17. Sunshine (3:36)
  18. Light Up (1:33)
  19. Kaleidoscope Lovers (3:57)
  20. Stepkids (4:21)
  21. Saturday Night Inside Out (4:56)
  22. The Leaves Were Falling
  23. Because I’m Me
  24. Frankie Sinatra
  25. Subways
  26. Going Home
  27. If I Was A Folkstar
  28. Colours
  29. Zap!
  30. The Noisy Eater
  31. Wildflower
  32. Harmony
  33. Live A Lifetime Love
  34. Park Music
  35. Livin' Underwater (Is Something Wild)
  36. The Wozard Of Iz
  37. Over The Turnstiles
  38. Sunshine
  39. Light UP
  40. Kaleidoscope Lovers
  41. Stepkids
  42. Saturday Night Inside Out
Review:  When they delivered their stupendously sample-heavy debut album, Since I Left You, back in 2000, The Avalanches were tipped for big things. For some reason, they failed to capitalize, all but fading from view. That album remains a much-loved listen for many people so there has been an expected degree of anticipation regarding this follow-up, Wildflower. Happily, it's something of a resounding success, with the Melbourne trio serving up another whirlwind trip through sample-heavy, hip-hop era psychedelia. At 21 tracks deep, and with more changes of direction than your average three-week cycle race, it's something of a beast. It is, though, well worth the effort, as repeat listens simply uncovers more layers of hazy, glassy-eyed goodness (be it bluesy trip-hop, slipped disco, dreamy acid-pop, folksy beat-scapes or baked hypno-rock).
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Played by: Scaramanga Silk
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For Ever (gatefold LP + sticker sheet)
XL
Cat: XL 927LP. Rel: 14 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Smile (3:07)
  2. Heavy, California (3:05)
  3. Beat 54 (All Good Now) (4:07)
  4. Cherry (3:16)
  5. Happy Man (3:11)
  6. Casio (3:54)
  7. Mama Oh No (3:16)
  8. House In LA (4:43)
  9. Give Over (3:33)
  10. Cosurmyne (3:38)
  11. Home (2:12)
  12. (More & More) It Ain't Easy (3:12)
  13. Pray (4:46)
Review: Pop duo Josh Lloyd-Watson & Tom McFarland, or simply J & T as they are known, realise their second album for pioneering independent label, XL. Since the pair's debut self-titled release back in 2013 the group has expanded to something around seven members and following a slew of singles and EPs (inclusive of a Soulwax remix) the band are now bursting with fresh life and colour. Take "Heavy, California" for example, a sing-a-long pop number that's bright and cheery enough to make you want to skip through the streets with a dandelion in your hair regardless of the season. "Cherry", the other track thrown around online, sees Jungle live up to their Neo Soul genre tag, and with 11 more tracks to explore, maybe they'll even find hit that second Mercury Prize nomination.
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For Ever (CD)
XL
Cat: XL 927CD. Rel: 14 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Smile
  2. Heavy, California
  3. Beat 54 (All Good Now)
  4. Cherry
  5. Happy Man
  6. Casio
  7. Mama Oh No
  8. House In LA
  9. Give Over
  10. Cosurmyne
  11. Home
  12. (More & More) It Ain't Easy
  13. Pray
Review: Following the runaway success of their Mercury Music Prize nominated 2014 debut album, Jungle moved to Los Angeles to record the follow-up. It didn't work out for a variety of musical and personal reasons, so they headed back to London and recorded "For Ever" instead. While some of the lyrics reflect on their musical and personal issues during that time, the resultant songs are as soulful, polished and jaunty as you'd expect. Check, for example, the sun-kissed disco-pop of "Heavy California", the sumptuous lo-fi soul shuffle of "Cherry", the head-nodding grooves and lyrical melancholy of "Happy Man" and the grandiose, bittersweet brilliance of "House In LA".
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99.9% (gatefold 2xLP)
XL
Cat: XLLP 765. Rel: 17 Jun 16
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Track Uno (5:40)
  2. Bus Ride (feat Karriem Riggins & River Tiber) (2:13)
  3. Got It Good (feat Craig David) (3:48)
  4. Together (feat Aluna George & GoldLink) (3:18)
  5. Drive Me Crazy (feat Vic Mensa) (4:38)
  6. Weight Off (feat BadBadNotGood) (2:36)
  7. One Too Many (feat Phonte) (3:39)
  8. Despite The Weather (2:02)
  9. Glowed Up (feat Anderson Paak) (4:59)
  10. Breakdance Lesson N.1. (4:29)
  11. You're The One (feat Syd The Kid) (3:52)
  12. Vivid Dreams (feat River Tiber) (4:39)
  13. Lite Spots (3:49)
  14. Leave Me Alone (feat Shay Lia) (4:38)
  15. Bullets (feat Little Dragon) (4:59)
  16. Track Uno
  17. Bus Ride (feat Karriem Riggins & River Tiber)
  18. Got It Good (feat Craig David)
  19. Together (feat Aluna George & GoldLink)
  20. Drive Me Crazy (feat Vic Mensa)
  21. Weight Off (feat BadBadNotGood)
  22. One Too Many (feat Phonte)
  23. Despite The Weather
  24. Glowed Up (feat Anderson Paak)
  25. Breakdance Lesson N.1.
  26. You're The One (feat Syd The Kid)
  27. Vivid Dreams (feat River Tiber)
  28. Lite Spots
  29. Leave Me Alone (feat Shay Lia)
  30. Bullets (feat Little Dragon)
Review: Since debuting on Bromance in 2013, Kaytranada has become one of the leading lights on the future R&B scene. Given his track record, it's understandable that there's plenty of hype surrounding 99.9%, his long await debut album. The 15-track sees him showcasing the depth and variety of his beat making, production and compositional skills. Thus, the string-drenched jazziness of "Bus Ride" is followed by the off-kilter R&B pop of "Got It Good", and the Onra-ish synth-hop soul of "One Too Many" sits side by side with the double bass, Rhodes and Latin-influenced beats of "Despite The Weather". It's pretty expansive, clocking in at 15 tracks deep, but the quality never dips throughout. Recommended.
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The Ooz (gatefold 2xLP)
XL
Cat: XL 872LP. Rel: 13 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Biscuit Town (3:41)
  2. The Locomotive (2:45)
  3. Dum Surfer (4:29)
  4. Slush Puppy (2:48)
  5. Bermondsey Bosom (Left) (1:12)
  6. Logos (3:51)
  7. Sublunary (1:52)
  8. Lonely Blue (4:59)
  9. Cadet Limbo (4:53)
  10. Emergency Blimp (2:55)
  11. Czech One (4:15)
  12. (A Side In) New Drugs (3:06)
  13. Vidual (2:21)
  14. Bermondsey Bosom (Right) (1:05)
  15. Half Man Half Shark (5:02)
  16. The Cadet Leaps (4:24)
  17. The Ooz (4:34)
  18. Midnight 01 (Deep Sea Diver) (3:52)
  19. Lalune (4:05)
Review: In the four years since his debut album as King Krule, south Londoner Archy Marshall has been busy as solo artist, collaborator, rapper and producer. He now returns with 'The OOZ', an expansive record that's densely packed with disparate musical influence, dark and personal storytelling, and Marshall's distinctive sneering charisma, all framed in his usual backdrop of seedy urban vaudeville. It's an incredibly layered album that offers the listener a guided tour through this disturbing and decayed landscape of atmospheric smoky jazz, grunge and ambient. Even at nineteen tracks with a runtime of just over an hour, The OOZ is something of an epic that never feels overdrawn, by dint of its richly illustrative, engulfing and transportive nature.
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XL
Cat: XL 894CD. Rel: 17 Nov 17
UK Garage
  1. Chabuddy Intro
  2. Scott Garcia X Kurupt FM - "It's A Kuruption Ting"
  3. Sunship - "Try Me Out (Let Me Lick It)"
  4. DJ Zinc - "138 Trek"
  5. Wookie - "Down On Me"
  6. DJ Luck & MC Neat - "A Little Bit Of Luck"
  7. DJ Dee Kline - "I Don't Smoke"
  8. Agent X - "Decoy"
  9. SIA - "Little Man" (Exemen remix)
  10. Youngstar - "Pulse X"
  11. Ross Young & RB - "Smooth Operator" (Kurupt FM remix)
  12. One Waz Nice - "Messin Around" (Wideboys remix)
  13. E.S Dubs - "Standard Hoodlum Issue"
  14. Kurupt FM - "Suttin Like That"
  15. XTC - "Functions On The Low"
  16. Breakage - "Hard" (feat Newham Generals & David Rodigan - Kurupt FM dubplate)
  17. Wiley - "Eskimo"
  18. Jon E Cash - "Cash Beat AKA : Hoods-Up-Dub"
  19. Cage & Danny Weed - "Creeper"
  20. Dizee Rascal - "Ho"
  21. Platinum 45 - "Oi" (feat More Fire Crew)
  22. Wiley - "Igloo"
  23. Jammin - "Go D"
  24. Kurupt FM - "Get Out The Way" (Spooky remix - bonus track)
Review: Brentford's finest pirate radio crew turned BBC sitcom stars have finally made it onto CD. For those familiar with the ebb and flow of their acclaimed People Just Do Nothing series, The Lost Tape is something of a treat. Presented as a non-step Korupt FM broadcast complete with Chabuddy G intro, skewed Steves mixing and rhymes from Grindah and DJ Beats, it's a memorable romp through the history of British garage and grime with a few exclusives and never-before-heard tracks thrown in. Stylistically, it's eerily reminiscent of many pirate radio mixtapes from back-in-the-day - which, of course, is the idea - but with the added bonus of laugh-out-loud moments amongst the scene anthems from Sunship, Wookie, DJ Zinc, Youngstar, Wiley, Dizzee and the boys themselves.
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XL
Cat: XLCD 586. Rel: 29 Nov 12
 
Breakbeat
  1. Smack My Bitch Up
  2. Breathe
  3. Diesel Power
  4. Funky Shit
  5. Serial Thrilla
  6. Mindfields
  7. Narayan
  8. Firestarter
  9. Climbatize
  10. Fuel My Fire
  11. Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia remix)
  12. Firestarter (Alvin Risk remix)
  13. Breathe (Zeds Dead remix)
  14. Mindfields (Baauer remix)
  15. Breathe (The Glitch Mob remix)
  16. Smack My Bitch Up (Major Lazer remix)
Review: When The Prodigy's The Fat of The Land first appeared back in 1997, it captured the mood of the times. By blending the psychedelic obsession of the Chemical Brothers and the rock-obsessed rhythms of big beat with their usual rave-influenced nastiness, Liam Howlett and company blew the competition out of the water. Almost overnight, they became international dance music's most in-demand live act. 15 years on, the album's lost none of its sparkle. This celebratory edition presents the remastered album in full, alongside a sextet of remixes. While they don't all hit the mark, Major Lazer and Noisia's booming reworks of "Smack My Bitch Up" are pretty darn tasty.
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A Moon Shaped Pool (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
XL
Cat: XLLP 790. Rel: 17 Jun 16
Indie
  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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A Moon Shaped Pool (CD + booklet)
XL
Cat: XLCD 790. Rel: 17 Jun 16
Indie
  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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XL
Cat: XLLP 324. Rel: 02 Jan 08
 
Indie
  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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Nothing New (LP + DVD)
XL
Cat: XLLP 575. Rel: 21 Jul 15
 
Soul
  1. Did You Hear What They Said
  2. Better Days Ahead
  3. Household Name (interlude)
  4. Your Daddy Loves You
  5. Changing Yourself (interlude)
  6. Pieces Of A Man
  7. Enjoying Yourself (outro)
  8. Alien (Hold On To Your Dreams)
  9. Before I Hit The Bottom (interlude)
  10. 95 South (All Of The Places We've Been)
  11. The Other Side
  12. The On/Off Switch (interlude)
  13. Blue Collar
  14. On Bobby Blue Bland (outro)
  15. Who Is Gil Scott-Heron? (DVD)
Review: Originally released as a Record Store Day exclusive (and often fetching L50 a pop), Gil Scott Heron recorded these raw, stripped-back versions from his classics during the years he wrote I'm New Here. There's a delicate, fragile nature to his voice that's usually backed up with much broader, fuller instrumentation. Bringing his stories and emotions to the fore, it's one of the most touching documents he's ever done. Complete with a DVD documentary and unseen footage, this is an incredible insight into one of soul's most pained and complex characters.
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Von (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + CD)
XL
Cat: XLLP 609. Rel: 23 Feb 15
 
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Sigur Ros
  2. Dogun
  3. Hun Joro
  4. Leit Ao Lifi
  5. Myrkur
  6. 18 Sekundur Fyrir Solaruppras
  7. Hafssol
  8. Verold Ny Og Oo
  9. Von
  10. Mistur
  11. Syndir Guos (Opinberun Frelsarans)
  12. Rukrym
  13. Sigur Ros
  14. Dogun
  15. Hun Joro
  16. Leit Ao Lifi
  17. Myrkur
  18. 18 Sekundur Fyrir Solaruppras
  19. Hafssol
  20. Verold Ny Og Oo
  21. Von
  22. Mistur
  23. Syndir Guos (Opinberun Frelsarans)
  24. Rukrym
Review: For many people. Sigur Ros only started their forays into the popular consciousness with 1999's Agaetis Byrjun and it's jaw-dropping hit 'Sven-G-Englar'. which meant that this debut, released two years earlier, is often forgotten about. Hopefully this reissue will help to redress the balance, as 'Von' is easily as impressive a status as its successor. Breathtaking in its scope, a mighty 62 minutes long, and every bit as fragile and ethereal as we've come to expect from this sky-surfing troupe, the blissful meld of celestial experimentation and ethereal dreampop here nonetheless miraculously stays well away from the lure of self-indulgence, forming an impressively assured and powerful first salvo.
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Boarding House Reach (LP + insert)
XL
Cat: TMR 540. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Indie
  1. Connected By Love (4:38)
  2. Why Walk A Dog? (2:30)
  3. Corporation (5:34)
  4. Abulia & Akrasia (1:27)
  5. Hypermisophoniac (3:35)
  6. Ice Station Zebra (4:03)
  7. Over & Over & Over (3:36)
  8. Everything You've Ever Learned (2:13)
  9. Respect Commander (4:32)
  10. Ezmerelda Steals The Show (1:46)
  11. Get In The Mind Shaft (4:12)
  12. What's Done Is Done (2:48)
  13. Humoresque (3:01)
Review: Boarding House Reach is the third solo album from Jack White, a man who really should need no introduction by now. Where 2014's 'Lazaretto' was a cohesive and indulgent gothic collage of country, soul, Americana and rock, 'Boarding House Reach' sees White ambitiously add layers of hip-hop, experimental and electronic influences. Twists and turns come thick and fast, from the fuzzy organ soul of 'Why Walk A Dog?', the poetic preacherman monologue of 'Abulia and Akrasia', the jittery and crunchy hip-hop 'Ice Station Zebra' to the stunningly laid-bare folk and wrought piano chords of closing track 'Humoresque'. This breadth of sounds makes the album compelling and unpredictable from start to finish, and a fascinating addition to Jack White's juggernaut of a discography.
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XL
Cat: XL 906CD. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Indie
  1. Connected By Love
  2. Why Walk A Dog?
  3. Corporation
  4. Abulia & Akrasia
  5. Hypermisophoniac
  6. Ice Station Zebra
  7. Over & Over & Over
  8. Everything You've Ever Learned
  9. Respect Commander
  10. Ezmerelda Steals The Show
  11. Get In Mind Shaft
  12. What's Done Is Done
  13. Humoresque
Review: Boarding House Reach is the third solo album from Jack White, a man who really should need no introduction by now. Where 2014's 'Lazaretto' was a cohesive and indulgent gothic collage of country, soul, Americana and rock, 'Boarding House Reach' sees White ambitiously add layers of hip-hop, experimental and electronic influences. Twists and turns come thick and fast, from the fuzzy organ soul of 'Why Walk A Dog?', the poetic preacherman monologue of 'Abulia and Akrasia', the jittery and crunchy hip-hop 'Ice Station Zebra' to the stunningly laid-bare folk and wrought piano chords of closing track 'Humoresque'. This breadth of sounds makes the album compelling and unpredictable from start to finish, and a fascinating addition to Jack White's juggernaut of a discography.
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XL
Cat: XLCD 866. Rel: 05 Jan 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. A Brain In A Bottle
  2. Guess Again!
  3. Interference
  4. The Mother Lode
  5. Truth Ray
  6. There Is No Ice (For My Drink)
  7. Pink Section
  8. Nose Grows Some
Review: When he originally released his second solo album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, in 2014, Thom Yorke only made it available as a download via BitTorrent. The paid-for package proved popular, with over a million listeners scrambling to download it in the first week of release. Here it finally gets a physical release (a limited Japanese pressing in 2015 not withstanding). The album is naturally typical of much of Yorke's solo work, blending his fragile and dinstinctive vocals with heart-aching piano motifs, crunchy electronics beats and all manner of weird and wonderful sonic textures. Early reviews stated that it was Yorke's most challenging work to date, but one that just gets better with every listen. That remains a perfect summary of an alluring and deliciously odd collection of tracks.
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XL
Cat: XL 936CD. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Soundtracks
  1. A Storm That Took Everything
  2. The Hooks
  3. Suspirium
  4. Belongings Thrown In A River
  5. Has Ended
  6. Klemperer Walks
  7. Open Again
  8. Sabbath Incantation
  9. The Inevitable Pull
  10. Olga's Destruction (Volk Tape)
  11. The Conjuring Of Anke
  12. A Light Green
  13. Unmade
  14. The Jumps
  15. Volk
  16. The Universe Is Indifferent
  17. The Balance Of Things
  18. A Soft Hand Across Your Face
  19. Suspirium Finale
  20. A Choir Of One
  21. Synthesizer Speaks
  22. The Room Of Compartments
  23. An Audition
  24. Voiceless Terror
  25. The Epilogue
Review: Given his innate ability to craft intensely atmospheric and often fundamentally unsettling music, it seems apt that Thom Yorke has finally got around to producing a film soundtrack. It's fitting, too, that said soundtrack is for Luca Guadagnino's weirdo remake of 1977 Italian horror flick "Suspiria". Yorke nails the brief, delivering a string of chilling, otherworldly instrumentals that not only draw on his well-established love of dark ambient and gruesome electronica, but also foreboding neo-classical movements and sparse, wide-eyed arrangements. There are a smattering of superb vocal moments, too, with recent single "Suspirio" - described by one broadsheet reviewer as "the saddest waltz you'll ever here" - standing out.
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Played by: Indian Wells
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Cat: XL 936LP. Rel: 26 Oct 18
Soundtracks
  1. A Storm That Took Everything (1:47)
  2. The Hooks (3:13)
  3. Suspirium (3:23)
  4. Belongings Thrown In A River (1:30)
  5. Has Ended (5:00)
  6. Klemperer Walks (1:36)
  7. Open Again (2:41)
  8. Sabbath Incantation (3:06)
  9. The Inevitable Pull (1:36)
  10. Olga's Destruction (Volk Tape) (2:56)
  11. The Conjuring Of Anke (2:17)
  12. A Light Green (1:48)
  13. Unmade (4:25)
  14. The Jumps (2:34)
  15. Volk (6:22)
  16. The Universe Is Indifferent (4:44)
  17. The Balance Of Things (1:07)
  18. A Soft Hand Across Your Face (0:43)
  19. Suspirium Finale (7:01)
  20. A Choir Of One (13:56)
  21. Synthesizer Speaks (1:05)
  22. The Room Of Compartments (1:17)
  23. An Audition (0:29)
  24. Voiceless Terror (4:02)
  25. The Epilogue (1:10)
Review: Given his innate ability to craft intensely atmospheric and often fundamentally unsettling music, it seems apt that Thom Yorke has finally got around to producing a film soundtrack. It's fitting, too, that said soundtrack is for Luca Guadagnino's weirdo remake of 1977 Italian horror flick "Suspiria". Yorke nails the brief, delivering a string of chilling, otherworldly instrumentals that not only draw on his well-established love of dark ambient and gruesome electronica, but also foreboding neo-classical movements and sparse, wide-eyed arrangements. There are a smattering of superb vocal moments, too, with recent single "Suspirio" - described by one broadsheet reviewer as "the saddest waltz you'll ever here" - standing out.
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Tomorrow's Modern Boxes (heavyweight white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
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Cat: XLLP 866. Rel: 08 Dec 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. A Brain In A Bottle (4:35)
  2. Guess Again! (4:24)
  3. Interference (2:48)
  4. The Mother Lode (6:03)
  5. Truth Ray (5:11)
  6. There Is No Ice (For My Drink) (7:00)
  7. Pink Section (2:34)
  8. Nose Grows Some (5:14)
Review: When he originally released his second solo album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, in 2014, Thom Yorke only made it available as a download via BitTorrent. The paid-for package proved popular, with over a million listeners scrambling to download it in the first week of release. Here it finally gets a physical release (a limited Japanese pressing in 2015 not withstanding). The album is naturally typical of much of Yorke's solo work, blending his fragile and dinstinctive vocals with heart-aching piano motifs, crunchy electronics beats and all manner of weird and wonderful sonic textures. Early reviews stated that it was Yorke's most challenging work to date, but one that just gets better with every listen. That remains a perfect summary of an alluring and deliciously odd collection of tracks.
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