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Cat: WEBB 570CD. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Indie
  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 $9.59
Cat: 085000 7715182. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Indie
  1. For Everything
  2. More Is Less
  3. Green & Blue
  4. Slowdance I
  5. Slowdance II
  6. On Twisted Ground
  7. Feeling Fades
  8. Don't Cling To Life
  9. How The Streets Adore Me Now
  10. Love, Love, Love
Review: The weight of expectation has been lifted. Having turned heads in the right places with breakout track "More Is Less", Dublin's The Murder Capital fulfil the promise of being Ireland's next great guitar hope by delivering a staggering debut album that's powerful yet subtle, uplifting and outward looking yet dark and introverted. No walking contradiction, it's an accomplished and entirely human record. It also sounds as tight as you could ask for. Produced by none other than Flood, whose credits are good enough to drop any jaw (PJ Harvey, Foals, New Order), for evidence just stop to consider the top end hooks and percussive detail on single "Green & Blue", invoking Liars in pared-back post punk mode. Or the tense, unnerving introduction to opener "For Everything". By the time you hit "Don't Cling To Life", arguably the most emotionally charged and reflective here, hopes of walking away unmoved are done for.
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 in stock $9.66
Cat: 779084 2. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Indie
  1. The Center Won't Hold
  2. Hurry On Home
  3. Reach Out
  4. Can I Go On
  5. Restless
  6. Ruins
  7. Love
  8. Bad Dance
  9. The Future Is Here
  10. The Dog/The Body
  11. Broken
Review: Socio-political commentary abounds Sleater-Kinney's latest. The title references Yeats' "The Second Coming", and while the catalyst for this call for help isn't clear we are so desperately lost as a civilisation, bound by the chains of what Adam Curtis calls oh dear-ism, the specific sickness is irrelevant. Our symptoms are universal. This is clearest on "Can I Go On". In contrast to the aforementioned, with its furious guitars and anguished vocals, it's a poppier, almost-80s affair. Yet it discusses exhausted, wired-in people, questioning if we are worth saving. Perhaps "Love" will help? A jerking, proto-electro infused effort that charts (presumably) the band's early years touring in a van. When things made sense. But nostalgia isn't salvation, especially when the distorted vocals and scuzzy riffs of "Bad Dance" tell us to get down before it's all over. Hope lost in a deliciously textured, provocative record.
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 in stock $9.61
Cat: 775415 9. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Can't Wait Forever
  2. Heaven Let Me In
  3. Silhouettes
  4. Offline
  5. Sleeptalking
  6. Kiss & Rewind
  7. Love Like Waves
  8. Lack Of Love
  9. Cry Wolf
  10. Almost Midnight
  11. Run The Wild Flowers
Review: Upbeat, upfront and wholeheartedly unapologetic, the return of Friendly Fires is about as proud as an album can be. After eight years off whatever soul searching took place has clearly paid off, even if only to give them the confidence to make these tracks. There's a pure 80s chart-disco vibe throughout the track list. From the breathiness of that "Baby I" line on "Can't Wait Forever" to the sexy and sleazy "Offline", which might as well be an homage to George Michael. It's no cheap parody, though, with enough accomplished musicality here to ensure that an instrumental pack would have club DJs with penchants for yacht pop chomping at the bit. Not least the frantic pace and punching kicks of "Almost Midnight", synth accents taking us closer to the outfit's debut than anything else here, perhaps with the exception of closer "Run The Wild Flowers".
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 in stock $11.95
From Here (CD in hard-back book sleeve)
Cat: 0214205 EMU. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Passing Through
  2. Never Arriving
  3. The Weather
  4. End Of Days
  5. Great Disguise
  6. Conversation
  7. Where I Am
  8. Hard Way
  9. Watch & Learn
  10. Maps
  11. Setting Sun
  12. From Here
Review: It has been three years since we had an album from the mighty New Model Army. Plenty has changed about the world since- much of it not for the better. Reassuringly, though, this is equally if not more powerful an outing than its predecessor. In many ways, it's one of their strongest in some time, making intentions clear from the off with the loud, layered and textured tension builder "Passing Through" recalling acclaimed early albums. The outfit apparently quipped that for all their differences they share commonality in a love of bleak, cold, rugged landscapes typified by snow, rock and water. These influences can be clearly heard here. Even in quieter moments, such as "Hard Way", things couldn't feel more removed from a warm fire and comfortable room. It's a wild, almost primitive soundtrack to an adventure across a new yet familiar wilderness, with Justin Sullivan's vocals and compositions as a guide.
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 in stock $14.51
Cat: JNR 299CD. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Paradise
  2. The Planet Of Straw Men
  3. Who's My Eugene?
  4. The Happiest Guy Around
  5. Maria 62
  6. Braindrops
  7. Aspirin
  8. Desert Sands Of Venus
  9. Maria 63
Review: You know the crew mean business, or at least mean not to give a flying guitar what you think, when they call themselves Tropical Fuck Storm. Perhaps what's most surprising, then, is the troupe's second album proves beyond doubt that despite the name, their music is accomplished and, while challenging at times, instantly enjoyable. The fact that Gareth Liddiard and Fiona Kitschin are also members of The Drones should tell you everything there is to know here. TFS is as logical a progression into an artsy, unpolished and unapologetic unknown as could ever be possible when you consider these guys are disinterested in playing anything by numbers. Logic is perhaps not the operative word, then. Like the unkept character propping up your local bar who suddenly reveals themselves to be a borderline-musical genius, respectfully avoiding the cliche of addressing individual tracks is the least we can do.
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 in stock $11.34
Cala (CD)
Cat: ABBEYCD 191. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Collar Of Fur
  2. Head Swim
  3. Riverside Heights
  4. The Ocean Wave
  5. Volca
  6. Cala
  7. Brass Locket
  8. Hunting Dog
  9. Glaciers
  10. Under The Waves/Tokyo
 in stock $7.27
Cat: RR 74322. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Turn Away The Bad Thing
  2. In The Spirit World Now
  3. Further I Was
  4. Track 4
  5. Presaging The End
  6. Say Goodbye To Them
  7. We Can Be Free
  8. Track 8
  9. Years Of Love
  10. Never Gonna Die Now
  11. I Want More
  12. From Another Age
  13. Track 13
  14. Calming Water
Review: You could be forgiven for questioning the Californian roots of Ceremony. Then again, it's a big old state. Big enough, apparently, to hide one of the most vital movements in British music in its midst. Evidently no coincidence that the band's name nods to a seminal slice of Joy Division, while post punk never disappeared this 14-strong collection is enough to trick anyone into thinking they'd woken up in the genre's explosive heyday. "Turn Away The Bad Thing" sets the record straight as album opener. Intense, punchy, visceral and- crucially- incredibly catchy, Ross Farrar's lyrics arrive with rock 'n' roll's unapologetic edge. It's a case of one track and you're in. It's also perhaps the rawest offering here, synths and electronics gradually demanding more attention as the LP progresses. "From Another Age", for example, places bouncing keys centre stage as pseudo-guitar riffs. Basically buy it, buy it now.
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 in stock $11.12
The Unforgiving Current (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: AT 7CD. Rel: 23 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Net Cafe Refuge
  2. The Unforgiving Current
  3. Dreaming
  4. Mourning Thoughts
  5. Vanessa
  6. Yuuki
  7. Trust
  8. Unlucky Strike
  9. Mother
  10. Acting
 in stock $11.35
Powers (CD)
Nul
Cat: PWRSCD. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Jekyll
  2. Good Night Out
  3. Animus
  4. Across The Border
  5. Electric Shock
  6. Stranger In A New Town
  7. Listen, Little Man!
  8. Headcase
  9. Idle Hands
  10. Don't Look Now
  11. 07:04
  12. Mortals
 in stock $10.48
Cat: STRUT 204CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Yoko Ono - "Walking On Thin Ice" (re-edit)
  2. Liquid Liquid - "Cavern"
  3. Loose Joints - "Tell You (Today)" (vocal)
  4. Ian Dury & The Seven Seas Players - "Spasticus Autisticus" (version)
  5. Material - "Over & Over"
  6. Was (Not Was) - "Wheel Me Out"
  7. Dinosaur - "Kiss Me Again"
  8. Don Cherry - "I Walk"
  9. Common Sense - "Voices Inside My Head"
  10. Nicky Siano - "Move"
  11. Indian Ocean - "School Bell/Tree House"
Review: Second time around for Joey Negro and Sean P's peerless collection of post-punk era New York club cuts, a compilation that proved hugely influential when it was first released way back in 2000. The track listing strangely omits one track present on the original release (the full 16-minute version of Steve Miller Band's "Macho City"), but otherwise it's a faithful reproduction. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the eccentric electrofunk of Yoko Ono's "Walking On Thin Ice" and P-funk influenced strut of Material's "Over And Over", to the skittish jazz-goes-dub disco bustle of Don Cherry's "I Walk" and the low-slung percussive voodoo of Nicky Siano's "Move". The undisputed master of NYC leftfield disco, Arthur Russell, is represented via cuts from Loose Joints, Dinosaur and Indian Ocean.
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Played by: Pete Haigh
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Cat: TIM 149CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Taking Me For A Ride
  2. Lift Off!
  3. Lighthouse Beacon
  4. Sprouts
  5. Too Late
  6. Rip It Off
  7. Soft Spot
  8. Lullaby
  9. My Window
  10. Seafarer
  11. Trip The Light Fantastic
 in stock $11.69
Cat: PIASR 1100CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Another Chorus
  2. I Get What I Want
  3. I'm Nothing (feat Stefan Janoski)
  4. Adam Was A Man
  5. Not OK
  6. Hotel Last Resort (feat Tom Verlaine)
  7. Everlasting You
  8. It's All Or Nothing
  9. I'm Not Gonna Cry
  10. This Free Ride
  11. Paris To Sleep
  12. Sleepin' At The Meetin'
  13. God Bless America
 in stock $10.63
Cat: SC 377CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Giving Up
  2. Used To Be Lonely
  3. Before I Know It
  4. Song For Ty
  5. Valleys (My Love)
  6. Rhododendron
  7. My Lfie Alone
  8. Day & Night
  9. Friend Of Mine
  10. Forever Turned Around
Review: From the moment opening track "Giving Up" hits you with its timeless pop rock romanticism you're immediately transported to some bygone era, when the charts really meant something, everything on the radio inspired boy-meeting-girl, vice versa, or indeed non-binary-meeting-non-binary. You know - when things were right with the world. Dangerously close to pastiche, the quality of the songwriting and infectious instrumentation elevate this second long form from Chicago's greatest hope(s) to a whole other level. Listen to the brass work on "Rhododendron", a jaunty walk in the park after that surprisingly good first date. "Valleys (My Love)" anthemic chorus and lilting strings. The crooning guitars of "Before I Know It". These tracks pay homage to golden era love songs, when mainstream was experimental because so little had come before. And yet they all stand up today - mesmerising proof that fashions come and go, but style is omnipresent.
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 in stock $8.54
Cat: MRG 677CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Alight
  2. Dogs
  3. Starts
  4. Steepest Stairs
  5. Salt Mine
  6. Man
  7. Small Town Death
  8. After You
  9. Time
 in stock $11.98
Cat: MRG 684CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. The Party
  2. Fighting
  3. Beyond The Door
  4. There's No One Like You
  5. Ice Cream (Strange & Pleasing)
  6. Fantastico Roberto
  7. The Party Underground
  8. What's A Boy To Do?
  9. Punk II
  10. Jone Hoople
  11. When Do I Get To Sing "My Way"
 in stock $11.98
Aokohio (CD)
Cat: JNR 302CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Apogee
  2. The Rash
  3. Peel Free
  4. Reason
  5. Deleterio Motilis
  6. Stained Glass Slipper
  7. The Launch
  8. High Dive
  9. Mr Fifth's Plea
  10. Good Fire
  11. Narcissostic Lamentation
  12. Krevin
  13. The Crippled Physician
  14. Ustekinumab
  15. My Original
  16. Rock Candy
  17. Once Shy
  18. The Shame
  19. Boom Wither Boom (For Mom)
 in stock $11.98
Winter (CD in hard-back book sleeve)
Cat: ATK 2328. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Beginning
  2. Burn The Castle
  3. Winter
  4. Part The Waters
  5. Eyes Get Used To The Darkness
  6. Drifts
  7. Born Feral
  8. Die Trying
  9. Devil
  10. Strogoula
  11. Echo November
  12. Weak & Strong
  13. After Something
 in stock $12.73
Cat: 114771 2. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Drain You
  2. Aneurysm
  3. School
  4. Floyd The Barber
  5. Smells Like Teen Spirit
  6. About A Girl
  7. Polly
  8. Lithium
  9. Sliver
  10. Come As You Are
  11. Been A Son
  12. Negative Creep
  13. On A Plain
  14. Blew
  15. Love Buzz
  16. Teritorial Pissings
 in stock $12.36
Wallop (CD)
Cat: WARPCD 302. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Let It Change U
  2. Couldn't Have Known
  3. Off The Grid
  4. In The Grid
  5. Serbia Drums
  6. My Fault
  7. Slow Motion
  8. Slo Mo
  9. $50 Million
  10. Domino
  11. Rhythm Of Thegravity
  12. Ur Paranoid
  13. This Is The Door
  14. This Is The Dub
Review: Eight albums in and !!! are still as hard to define than the band's name is difficult to say. They've always managed to resonate with the sound and zeitgeist of the year in which they release, and "Wallop" doesn't differ from that modus. An amalgamation of tones at once uptempo and hedonistic yet brutally damaged, it's an electronic album built in the way the genres it pays homage to originally were - blueprint free. We've got dance-rock crossovers, straight up techno (albeit aimed squarely at non-die-hard-heads) and bouncing broken funk-house hybrids, so what more do you want? "Couldn't Have Known" nods to classic Basement Jaxx. "Domino" takes us down an IDM wormhole, where we meet the aptly titled "Ur Paranoid" and its pulsating intensity. Simultaneously referencing Primal Scream, trip hop, Madchester, whatever that track that set the club off last night was while sounding like none of the above, it's archetypal !!! business.
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 in stock $11.18
Cat: CF 117CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. You Feelin' Me?
  2. This ...
  3. Billions Of Tears
  4. Life On The Perimeter
  5. Raga For Vacuum & Dishes
  6. It's Walkable!
  7. Parker
  8. Back To The Centre
  9. Spectrum View
  10. Freedom '13
 in stock $13.10
Cat: BELLA 943CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Calm Down aka I Should Not Be Alone
  2. Evening Prayer aka Justice
  3. Transition From Nowhere To Nowhere
  4. Rated R Crusaders
  5. Trauma
  6. Thermometer
  7. I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
  8. Blown
  9. My Teeth Hurt
  10. In America
  11. What Can You Do But RocknRoll
Review: Troubadour for the dejected, rejected, never-did-fits, Ezra Furman deserves to be ranked among the greatest songwriters of our time. On "Twelve Nudes" he takes the hard-learnt lessons of previous records and channels that anger, desperation, euphoria, fear and hope into an impassioned call to arms - his finest since "Perpetual Motion People". In many ways, this is a far more positive outing, too, or at least one that largely keeps the focus on big noise. "My Teeth Hurt" and "Thermometer" are ferocious, head-banging whirlwinds. "Evening Prayer aka Justice" throws fists to the air with protest-esque pride. "Calm Down aka I Should Not Be Alone" offers Northern Soul-leaning drums and rhythms. Of course, there's still room for freaky, introspective rockabilly melancholia - namely "I Wanna be Your Girlfriend". Like Furman himself on-stage, it's unashamed and unwilling to compromise, making for one of this year's finest bloody-lipped, sweat-soaked rock 'n' roll records.
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 in stock $9.34
I I (CD)
Cat: JAG 350. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Yi
  2. Imi
  3. We
  4. Holyfields
  5. Hey, Ma
  6. U (Man Like)
  7. Naeem
  8. Jelmore
  9. Faith
  10. Marion
  11. Salem
  12. Sh'Diah
  13. RABi
Review: Justin Vernon's voice has always been the people's main attraction to Bon Iver, and the fact his pseudonym even exists is certainly no coincidence. As fragile and heartbroken as it is forthright and experienced, when you're wearing a shredded heart on sleeve and confessing to all your deepest insecurities using a pen name can help immensely. Album number four perhaps proves this more than any of its predecessors. While the three previous chapters have all made his thoughts, feelings, insecurities and fears clear, this one takes honesty to new heights. Combining the frail electronics that have gradually slipped their way into his back catalogue with the acoustics of his earliest, rocket-to-fame efforts, it's a culmination of all that's been in the truest sense. Perhaps even more intimate than the breathtakingly personal "For Emma, Forever Ago", "i,i" is a striking work to say the least.
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 in stock $10.19
Cat: KSCOPE 645. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Indie
  1. In Exile
  2. No Man's Land
  3. Tear You Up
  4. That Shore
  5. Take Your Shot
  6. Fend For Yourself
  7. The Final Thing On My Mind
  8. Where We Stood
  9. Fend For Yourself (bonus track - acoustic)
  10. Tear You Up (bonus track - acoustic)
  11. No Man's Land (bonus track - acoustic)
  12. That Shore (bonus track - acoustic)
  13. The Final Thing On My Mind (bonus track - acoustic)
 in stock $9.85
Cat: GI 342CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Into The Drama
  2. Mentions
  3. Venus In Leo
  4. You Know How To Make Me Happy
  5. Dream Symbol
  6. Hit 'Em Wit Da Hee
  7. Dying Of Jealousy
  8. New Year's Day
  9. New Year's Eve
Review: Given that five years has passed since the last HTRK full-length, "Psychic 9-5 Club", it's perhaps not that surprising that the duo's new album, "Venus In Leo" sounds notably different from its predecessors. While the pair's emotionally charged, melancholic approach remains in tact, the dubbed-out downtempo pop that marked out "Psychic 9-5 Club" has been replaced by a drowsier, ethereal sound seemingly inspired by a mixture of the Cocteau Twins, The Durutti Column, Massive Attack's "Mezzanine", David Lynch film soundtracks and sunrise-ready, slow motion dream pop. The results are uniformly inspired, with Jonnine Standish's heart-felt, soft focus vocals sounding particularly emotive and evocative this time round.
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 in stock $11.98
Habit (CD)
Cat: OLE 1478CDS. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Thinning
  2. Habit
  3. Static Buzz
  4. Dirt
  5. Slug
  6. Stick
  7. The 2nd Most Beautiful Girl In The World
Review: In the world of slow burners, "Habit" ranks among the slowest. For some, it's the fabled iconic first release from Lindsay Jordan, Shawn Durham, and Ryan Vieira, who shot to cult attention through a gig with the legendary Priests. For others, it'll be a slightly avant-leaning, DIY-garage rock effort packed with pained cries and instrumental cacophonies. Whichever side of the fence you fall on, it's fantastic. "Dirt" might display the band's scope the most, toying with rhythms, lyrics compelling even the most unemotional ears. "Stick" shows off Snail Mail's talent for balladry that belongs on the score to an indie movie about coming of age on the fringes of society. Throw in the forthright, uptempo "The 2nd Most Beautiful Girl In The World", which combines Jordan's innocent vocals with crashing cymbals and runaway guitars, and it's no surprise this has achieved cult status.
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 in stock $7.95
Cat: DLYD 17CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Cyclops
  2. 'Ndrangheta Allotment
  3. No Books
  4. London Life
  5. Meatraffle On The Moon
  6. The Day The Earth Stood Still
  7. Song For 'Birds'
  8. Green Patina
  9. Digital Blind
 in stock $10.51
Cat: BELLA 870CD. Rel: 27 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Bloom
  2. Footsteps
  3. Turbulence
  4. Criminals
  5. Seance
  6. Nightmares
  7. Peradam
  8. Oracle
  9. Nature
  10. Devotee
Review: It's hard not to feel hypnotised by "How To Live". Modern Nature's debut long form outing opens with the sombre, mournful strings of "Bloom" - a strong case for albums setting the mood before developing. Finally kicking in with a stepping, building track, from thereon in the record expands, contracts and burrows through looping guitars, segments of field recordings, earthly folk lyricism, and wild saxophone solos. Second-to-last track "Nature" is almost a mirror image of "Footsteps", or at least an answer to any prevailing questions - they get deeper and more immersive. "Nightmares" pulls you in with gentle synths rippling in the background beneath soft lines of brass. "Criminals", meanwhile, is a more complex sounding affair, a fittingly dark-hued arrangement of simple guitar hook and slightly unnerving timbre that slowly reveals its true, far more positive intentions.
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 in stock $10.63
Cat: DIS 189CD. Rel: 29 Aug 19
Indie
  1. Better Wings
  2. Drop Foot
  3. Section 9
  4. Scrawler
  5. The Assignment
  6. Pay Dust
  7. Pacifica
  8. Because The Mountain Says So
  9. Insect Conference
  10. La Lontra
  11. Touch Earth Touch Sky
 in stock $11.44
Cat: BATFL 01CD. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Kids In The Dark
  2. The Hunger
  3. Feel For You
  4. Desert Man
  5. Jasmine
  6. Vampires
  7. So Good
  8. Safe Tonight
  9. Peach Sky
  10. Mountains
Review: Don't believe everything you read - the fifth Bat For Lashes album confirms this girl (or woman) found herself musically and thematically some time ago, freeing up creative energy to explore new approaches to deliver her often mournful, always heartfelt songs inspired by personal crises and private longings. On this outing there's more than a hint of 1980s pop evident in the mix. Shades of Prince ("Feel For You"), Madonna ("So Good"), Bowie's Berlin days and electro-era Gary Numan (the stunning, infectious instrumental "Vampires") cast the record in a nostalgia that suits the sense of yearning that always seems to pervade Natasha Khan's work. Simply name-checking reference points is lazy and unfair, though. This is an incredible collection of tracks moulded in the artist's own image - bold, beautiful and instantly captivating. Then again, it would be surprising if anyone had expected anything less.
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 in stock $10.19
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Cat: AUK 133CD. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Une Lune Etrange
  2. Lou
  3. Dreams
  4. La Brigade Des Melefices
  5. On Dansait Avec Elle
  6. Ghost Rider
  7. Grande
  8. Springfield 61
  9. Un Rituel Inhabituel
  10. The Last Picture Show
Review: There has been plenty said about debutants L'Epee since their single "Dreams" turned heads back in spring. Combining the talents of Anton Newcombe (The Brian Jonestown Massacre), French artist Emmanuelle Seigner, and polished-to-a-sheen pop outfit The Liminanas, it's one of the most refreshing (and French) things you're likely to hear all year. That's more of a reference to the cinematic feeling that defines the album, owing much to the femme fatale vocal delivery, rather than the language each line is sung in. At once evoking the smoky cool of Serge Gainsbourg and the opiate moods of The Velvet Underground, "Diabolique" feels born in a time when psychedelic experimentation and chart topping music weren't mutually exclusive. At once sophisticated and hedonistic, it's a sexy, sensual and overwhelmingly seductive effort everyone should turn themselves on to.
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 in stock $11.39
Blue EP (CD single)
Cat: 007567 8652066. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Indie
  1. To The Ground
  2. Kids In '99
  3. Man In Blue
  4. Before The Bombs
  5. Blue Bloods
 in stock $8.70
Cat: MLS 2CD. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Indie
  1. #NoFilter
  2. Taking On The World
  3. Broken
  4. Sent From Heaven
  5. The Rose The Sun
  6. The One
  7. World Citizen
  8. Telescope Moonlight Boy
  9. A Country With No Coastline
  10. Overwinter
 in stock $11.35
Cat: 019029 5460204. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Read It In Books
  2. Stars Are Stars
  3. I Bagsy Yours
  4. Villiers Terrace
  5. The Picture On My Wall
  6. All That Jazz
  7. Over The Wall
  8. All My Colours
  9. That Golden Smile
  10. Heaven Up Here
  11. Turquoise Days
  12. Taking Advantage
  13. An Equation
  14. No Hands
  15. Silver
  16. Seven Seas
  17. The Killing Moon
  18. Nocturnal Me
  19. Watch Out Below
  20. Ocean Rain
  21. My Kingdom
 in stock $9.63
Cat: SPCD 1320. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Moonsea
  2. Cosmic Shop
  3. 41st
  4. So Blue
  5. A Joke
  6. Rings (On A Tree)
  7. Actin' Weird
  8. Windows
  9. Never Would
  10. Self-destruct
  11. Wannago
  12. I'm It
  13. Trunk Of A Tree
  14. Last Season's Textures
  15. Even Though I Knew
  16. UFO
  17. Marbles
  18. Did You Find
  19. A Hit
  20. With Great Purpose
  21. This Swirling
Review: When bands hit album four, two things can happen - or three. Some suffer from a crisis of creativity, opting to regurgitate or, worse still, stagnate. Others opt for reinvention, with as many getting it right as going well off-piste, alienating faithful fans in the process. The lucky ones, meanwhile, hit the nail on the head with their most accomplished and complete work to date. Consider Frankie Cosmos among the lucky ones, then, not that luck had much to do with it. Recorded in their New York hometown, everything about the record feels comfortable in that there's nothing forced, and yet it engages and grabs from the off. Lilting, lo-fi rock 'n' roll odes to love, life and the genre itself, anyone who's ever wondered what Cate Le Bon might sound like having a pancake breakfast with The Orielles should grab a seat at this table.
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 in stock $10.26
404 (CD)
Cat: CDV 3230. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Hollow
  2. You & I
  3. 99
  4. London Girls
  5. Fun Never Ends
  6. Boy Like Me
  7. The Kids Are Alright
  8. Castaway
  9. Babylon
  10. Cannonball
 in stock $10.51
Cat: TONECD 079. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Heather
  2. What Did Your Last Servant Die Of?
  3. End Credits
  4. Real Thing
  5. Mystery Date
  6. Brassneck
  7. Crushed
  8. No
  9. Thanks
  10. Kennedy
  11. What Have I Said Now?
  12. Granadaland
  13. Bewitched
  14. Take Me!
  15. Be Honest
  16. Live In Munich 24 October 2010 (DVD)
 in stock $12.24
Cat: BEC 5650090. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Wedding
  2. Whitsand Bay
  3. Insecurity
  4. Salted Caramel Ice Cream
  5. Driving
  6. Lately
  7. Lying Low
  8. Forever Is A Long Time
  9. The Light
  10. Sex Emoji
  11. Walking In The Dark
  12. Insecure
  13. Miracle Rooftop
  14. Upset My Girlfriend
  15. Wedding Bells
  16. Lately (Going Spare)
  17. Ur Mixtape
Review: God bless Metronomy. Pioneers of a dance-indie crossover that was less garish and day-glow hued than the Nu Rave movement dominant back then. Their sixth full-length comes in the 10th anniversary year of their first, and proves the band have grown and fine-tuned, rather than got lost and forgotten why they came out to begin with. Despite clear development, though, the spirit of that inaugural effort is still here, and arguably in more generous helpings than any outing between then and now. Equal parts playful and earnest, there's plenty here to fall in love with. Single-worthy outings like the bouncy, floor-filler "Salted Caramel Ice Cream" and the appropriately titled pairing "Wedding" and "Wedding Bells" are confident and big room sounding. "The Light" veers into dubbier, more introverted directions, whereas "Upset My Girlfriend" shows them at their most heart-achingly beautiful and human. Exquisite, as usual.
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 in stock $9.17
Cat: SC 378CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Stepdad
  2. Miami Memory
  3. Far From Born Again
  4. Gaslight
  5. Bad For The Boys
  6. End Is Nigh
  7. PC With Me
  8. Divorce
  9. Other Ladies
  10. Too Far
Review: If there were still justice in the digital age, and artists really got what was owed to them exposure-wise, Alex Cameron would be a safe bet for leftfield pop sensation. A multi-faceted songwriter, his previous two albums took us through a horror show of horrible characters and their innermost thoughts, twin roads that have somehow veered onto another course altogether for "Miami Memory". Here a much friendlier face is donned. Nevertheless, opener "Stepdad" makes intentions clear, with uptempo keyboard lines invoking the emotional qualities of mid-80s Prince. "Far From Born Again" tells the story of a "her" who's making bad choices, and the potential fallout of that, set to a Bruce Springsteen-sounding chorus, the likes of which can be found again on "Divorce". Not holding back, but instead holding a light up to a different side of his personality, it's Cameron's most positive to date and his best.
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 in stock $10.26
Cat: OLE 14552. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Sister Buddha (Intro)
  2. I Know Where The Summer Goes
  3. Did The Day Go Just Like You Wanted?
  4. Jill Pole
  5. I'll Keep It Inside
  6. Safety Valve
  7. The Colour's Gonna Run
  8. Another Day, Another Night
  9. Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying
  10. Wait & See What The Day Holds
  11. Sister Buddha
  12. This Letter
  13. We Were Never Glorious
Review: Considering their penchant for spinning yarns and the cinematographically-suited nature of much of their work, it's surprising "Days Of The Bagnold Summer" is only Belle & Sebastian's second shot at a movie score. The last was 2001's '"Storytelling", accompanying Todd Solondz's movie of the same name, and they certainly did a good job then. So, high expectations this time round. For those unfamiliar, their latest foray into the film world partners the directorial debut of Simon Bird, best known to many as one of "The Inbetweeners". The flick, an adaptation of Joff Winterhart's 2012 graphic novel, chronicles the life and times of a teenage metalhead and his single mother. The album perfectly accompanies but also contributes to that tale. Highly emotive instrumental tracks and classic B&S songs-proper, this OST is destined to go down well with the band's true believers.
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 in stock $10.51
Pang! (CD)
Cat: RT 0086CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  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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 in stock $9.86
Beneath The Eyrie (Deluxe Edition) (CD in hard-back book sleeve)
Cat: 405053 8513950. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. In The Arms Of Mrs Mark Of Cain
  2. Graveyard Hill
  3. Catfish Kate
  4. This Is My Fate
  5. Ready For Love
  6. Silver Bullet
  7. Long Rider
  8. Los Surfers Muertos
  9. St Nazaire
  10. Bird Of Prey
  11. Daniel Boone
  12. Death Horizon
Review: When the end days come and it's finally time to write the complete story of American rock 'n' roll, surely Pixies will get their own chapter. Legends of the grunge world, often known for a stylistic simplicity (quiet-LOUD anyone?) but unafraid to go out on a psychedelic limb when the moment suits, they've towered above the majority of acts for 28 years and, as "Beneath The Eyrie" proves, still have plenty to say. "In The Arms of Mrs Mark Of Cain" starts proceedings on a gothic-Western hybrid tip, setting things up perfectly for any song named "Graveyard Hill". Realistically when that track does arrive it switches the mood with a nod to the band's archetypal punk-infused sound, and that's precisely the point. Apparently betting the farm on this one, it's got everything from psych-folk to Tim Burton-ish ghoulish wit, making for the band's finest hour since their 2004 reformation.
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 in stock $12.11
  1. Fuses
  2. People Do It All The Time
  3. The Free Design
  4. Blips Drips & Strips
  5. Italian Shoes Continuum
  6. Infinity Girl
  7. The Spiracles
  8. Op Hop Detonation
  9. Puncture In The Radax Permutation
  10. Velvet Water
  11. Blue Milk
  12. Caleidoscopic Gaze
  13. Strobo Acceleration
  14. The Emergency Kisses
  15. Come & Play In The Milky Night
  16. Galaxidion
  17. With Friends Like These (part 2)
  18. Backwards Shug
  19. Continuum
  20. Continuum Vocodered
  21. People Do It All The Time (demo)
  22. Op Hop Detonation (demo)
  23. The Spiracles (demo)
  24. Latin Cobra Coda (demo)
  25. Infinity Girl (demo)
  26. Blips, Drips & Strips (demo)
  27. Blue Milk (demo)
  28. Italian Shoes Continuum (demo)
  29. Come & Play In The Milky Night (demo)
  30. Strobo Acceleration (demo)
  31. Caleidoscopic Gaze (demo)
  32. Galaxidion (demo)
 in stock $12.32
  1. Brakhage
  2. Miss Modular
  3. The Flower Called Nowhere
  4. Diagonals
  5. Prisoner Of Mars
  6. Rainbo Conversation
  7. Refractions In The Plastic Pulse
  8. Parsec
  9. Ticker-tape Of The Unconscious
  10. Contronatura
  11. Diagonals Bode Drums
  12. Contranatura (part 2 - instrumental)
  13. Brakhage (instrumental)
  14. The Flower Called Nowhere (instrumental)
  15. Bonus Beats
  16. Diagonals (instrumental)
  17. Contranatura (demo)
  18. Allures (demo)
  19. Refractions In The Plastic Pulse (demo)
  20. I Feel The Air (demo)
  21. Off On (demo)
  22. Incredible He Woman (demo)
  23. Miss Modular (demo)
  24. Untitled In Dusseldorf (demo)
 in stock $12.32
Cat: 405053 8513943. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. In The Arms Of Mrs Mark Of Cain
  2. Graveyard Hill
  3. Catfish Kate
  4. This Is My Fate
  5. Ready For Love
  6. Silver Bullet
  7. Long Rider
  8. Los Surfers Muertos
  9. St Nazaire
  10. Bird Of Prey
  11. Daniel Boone
  12. Death Horizon
Review: When the end days come and it's finally time to write the complete story of American rock 'n' roll, surely Pixies will get their own chapter. Legends of the grunge world, often known for a stylistic simplicity (quiet-LOUD anyone?) but unafraid to go out on a psychedelic limb when the moment suits, they've towered above the majority of acts for 28 years and, as "Beneath The Eyrie" proves, still have plenty to say. "In The Arms of Mrs Mark Of Cain" starts proceedings on a gothic-Western hybrid tip, setting things up perfectly for any song named "Graveyard Hill". Realistically when that track does arrive it switches the mood with a nod to the band's archetypal punk-infused sound, and that's precisely the point. Apparently betting the farm on this one, it's got everything from psych-folk to Tim Burton-ish ghoulish wit, making for the band's finest hour since their 2004 reformation.
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 in stock $10.93
Cat: SSQ 170CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Face First
  2. Carnage Bargain
  3. Girlfriend Degree
  4. Egg Salad
  5. Bear
  6. Hungry Sam
  7. Courtney
  8. Laundry
  9. Heather Doubtfire
  10. Ratboy
 in stock $10.51
Cat: ATD 017CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Written In Stone
  2. I Can't Hear You
  3. Understand
  4. Make Them Believe
  5. Hey
  6. I'm Gettin' Away
  7. Out To Sea
  8. Open Your Eyes
  9. Today's Too Soon
  10. It's All The Same
  11. Tunnel Vision
  12. I Wanna Be
 in stock $10.51
III (CD)
Cat: 774891 7. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Donna
  2. Life In The City
  3. Gloria
  4. It Wasn't Easy To Be Happy For You
  5. Leader Of The Landslide
  6. Left For Denver
  7. My Cell
  8. Jimmy Sparks
  9. April
  10. Salt & The Sea
  11. Democracy (bonus track)
  12. Old Lady (bonus track)
  13. Soundtrack Song (bonus track)
 in stock $10.51
Cat: IPC 211CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Ballade C33
  2. Camion
  3. Chansons D'Amour
  4. Cold Sun Warm Beer
  5. Browning
  6. Hungry Ghost
  7. Corpse Flower
  8. Insolubles
  9. On Top Of The World
  10. Yard Bull
  11. A Schoolgirl's Day
  12. Pink & Bleue
Review: Half journeyman, half David Lynch bar scene, all twisted crooner-dom, and at least a little tongue in cheek, Mike Patton & Jean Claude Vannier are aiming straight for the alternatives with this 12-strong collection of bizarre ballads and obscure odes that will appeal to rarer tastebuds. There's the spoken word and strummed guitars guiding us through the various parts of "A Schoolgirl's Day". The Sinatra-does-sarcasm of closer "Pink & Bleue", and the way "Hungry Ghost" aurally recalls "Everybody Knows" by Leonard Cohen. Truly unique stuff, despite its debt of gratitude to troubadour totems, counterculture rock and The Rat Pack, it's as rooted in the 21st Century as anything you'll hear today. The production process involved two creators in two different parts of the world, Patton and band in L.A., Vannier with a full orchestra in Vienna. Not that you can tell considering how complete the record feels.
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 in stock $11.07
Cat: SH 216CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. The Mother Road
  2. American Darkness
  3. Birth Of Violence
  4. Deranged For Rock & Roll
  5. Be All Things
  6. Erde
  7. When Anger Turns To Honey
  8. Dirt Universe
  9. Little Grave
  10. Preface To A Dream Play
  11. Highway
Review: There's a stripped-down aesthetic to Chelsea Wolfe's return to the release schedule. It's not that 2017's "Hiss Spun", or "Abyss" two years earlier, were overblown. But here she pares things back to the essentials, with many tracks beginning on just vocals and a splash of acoustic guitar. The result shows off the raw talent at work, in turn offering a clear explanation of her enduring popularity. Despite the often minimalistic arrangements, "Birth Of Violence" is deceptively complex. Wolfe has explained it was inspired by exhaustion following perpetual tours and endless time on the road. You can certainly feel that. Her voice sounds as though it's hoping for hope, a change that feels almost out of reach but not unthinkable. It's a dark, desolate place at times, but in other moments packed with a determined energy and self-belief that things must always progress. Descriptions aside, believe us that this is completely unmissable.
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 in stock $11.29
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