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Trails (cassette)
Cat: PCR 002. Rel: 13 Nov 18
  1. Vroeg (6:42)
  2. Secretery (4:36)
  3. Lion's Shake (4:58)
  4. Smog Break (2:57)
  5. Left Out Larry (3:54)
  6. Kwaai Ambulance (4:39)
Review: Mixed & Produced by M. Bryce
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Colors (cassette)
Cat: 602557 804287. Rel: 07 Dec 17
  1. Colors
  2. Seventh Heaven
  3. I'm So Free
  4. Dear Life
  5. No Distraction
  6. Dreams
  7. Wow
  8. Up All Night
  9. Square One
  10. Fix Me
Review: Thirteen studio albums in, and 'Colors' sees Beck maybe at his most playful and upbeat since the late '90s. Title track 'Colors' opens the albums with an immediacy that bursts out like a heavily polished 'Devil's Haircut'. The album veers off in all kinds of pop directions, from the anthemic 'Seventh Heaven', to the almost trap-like 'Wow', Beck shows he's willing to experiment and wrangle as much as possible into an album. It might not be his most contemplative record, but it's definitely his glossiest and most entertaining in a while, and promises a rollercoaster ride from start to finish.
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Big Red Machine (cassette)
Cat: JAG 335CASS. Rel: 31 Aug 18
  1. Deep Green (3:58)
  2. Gratitude (5:50)
  3. Lyla (5:15)
  4. Air Stryp (1:53)
  5. Hymnostic (3:08)
  6. Forest Green (5:43)
  7. OMDB (7:46)
  8. People Lullaby (5:26)
  9. I Won't Run From It (3:42)
  10. Melt (4:06)
Review: Listening to the awaited full length of The National's Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon's (Bon Iver) Big Red Machine project and it's hard not to think they've invested themselves in discovering deeper strands of electronic music, or production... if the sporadic drum machine work of "Deep Green" is anything to go by. "I Won't Run From It" however sees the pair back in their full choral beauty, presenting a song for thousands to potentially wave their hands this summer. This Big Red Machine was produced over the past two years involving many-a collaboration from New York and its artistic community, with the band themself saying: "this feels like something new-the process felt different and the outcome felt different." Check it.
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Get Tragic (cassette)
Cat: JAZZLIFE 16MC. Rel: 25 Jan 19
  1. Eye To Eye (3:47)
  2. Mexican Dress (4:06)
  3. Bangsar (2:36)
  4. Nearer (4:00)
  5. Beverly (4:49)
  6. Find My Own Remorse (4:13)
  7. Howl (2:58)
  8. (Interlude) (0:50)
  9. Anxiety (3:04)
  10. Vertigo (3:12)
  11. Elijah (4:59)
Review: With the hove of sounds coming out of Brighton right now duo Blood Red Shoes are delivering a unique blend of post-alternatives, with melodious references ranging from the choral of Klaxon's numbers, to the musical muster of Manchester psychedelic rock act The Music. With a release previous on XL Recordings too, the group are making themselves known via their own Jazz Life label. Get Tragic, and its other track titles suggest a continued emo-quality to their feel, a sound resounding with the tragedy of future-modern times.
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Cat: DC 747CS. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Shepherd's Welcome (2:23)
  2. Black Dog On The Beach (2:27)
  3. Angela (2:46)
  4. The Ballad Of The Hulk (4:05)
  5. Writing (3:04)
  6. Morning Is My Godmother (2:08)
  7. 747 (3:27)
  8. Watch Me Get Married (3:08)
  9. Young Icarus (2:39)
  10. Released (2:28)
  11. What Comes After Certainty (3:37)
  12. Confederate Jasmine (3:42)
  13. Call Me Anything (2:34)
  14. Son Of The Sea (4:03)
  15. Camels (2:58)
  16. Circles (2:26)
  17. When We Let Go (2:16)
  18. Lonesome Valley (4:15)
  19. Tugboats & Tumbleweeds (4:08)
  20. The Beast (4:39)
Review: Singer-songwriting wrapped up in the dusty acid wash denim of Americana doesn't really get more authentic than what Bill Callahan of Silver Spring, Maryland, can deliver. His latest LP, a mass saunter through 20 tracks of smokey spoken word and lightly sung lyrics, falls upon a picturesque bevvy of humble and acoustic instrumentation. Callahan's songs croon with romance, metaphor, and folky yarns that find their place among fingerpicked guitars and light melodies that enjoy a contrast with the darker musings of Callahan's own world of experience and storytelling. It presents the artist with his first studio in some five years, and a sound that is looser than a typical Bill Callahan missive but full of melodrama that centres around life and death. Our pick, Callahan's cover of the Carter Family's "Lonesome Valley".
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Stuffed & Ready (cassette)
Cat: SC 362CASS. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Ohio (2:55)
  2. Daddi (3:13)
  3. Wasted Nun (3:25)
  4. That's Not My Real Life (3:00)
  5. Self Explained (3:44)
  6. Isolation (3:06)
  7. Juicy Socks (3:15)
  8. Pieces (2:16)
  9. Stupid Fish (4:14)
  10. Distressor (3:28)
Review: Sporting something of an appearance that looks like it could have come out of Harmony Korine's Gummo, Cherry Glazerr reappear once again on their homely label Secretly Canadian. There's a mass of pop culture appeal to band, and considering they surfaced early on [Adult Swim] it's no surprise maybe to see everything from mid-western emo to punk motifs alongside more cosmo R&B beats. It's an album that wears its hair up or down, experiencing softer and more introverted moments to thrash guitars and punk stances. With angst and distortion never far from earshot, the album's flex is acoustic and electronic with the imaginations of talented kids dosed up on MTV Americana coming to the fore.
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Joe Claussell Mixtape (limited mixed cassette + MP3 download code)
Cat: TAPE 001. Rel: 27 May 19
  1. Track 1 (43:22)
  2. Track 2 (43:14)
Review: Legendary New York DJ, producer and remixer Joe Claussell launches the new mixtape series for Secretsundaze. The 85 minutes mix is a typically spiritual and introspective selection recorded at The Cosmic Arts Center, Brooklyn.
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Cat: SIL 007CA. Rel: 15 Mar 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Back At Ringside (1:57)
  2. Face Off (3:02)
  3. Iron Claw (4:20)
  4. Czarrcade '87 (2:13)
  5. Powers & Stuff (3:31)
  6. Masked Superstars (3:27)
  7. Morning Ritual (feat Kendra Morris) (2:44)
  8. Super Soldier Serum (2:46)
  9. The King Heard Voices (feat Kendra Morris) (5:19)
  10. Listen To The Color (5:59)
  11. Mongolian Beef (3:23)
  12. Post Credits Scene (1:58)
Review: The unstoppable force of Czarface is back yet again with another heavyweight hip hop assault. This time around the super group of Wu Tang's Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric are joined by the mighty Ghostface Killah - as you'd expect the results are big. The beats are wild, with the sample sources veering from Hammer horror dread to cosmic synth wobbles and dubbed out bass, as hard rocking as it is trippy and loose. Meanwhile the lyrical flows are razor sharp, with Esoteric, Inspectah and Ghostface all sparring at the top of their game. This is deadly modern hip hop that recognises what made the golden era special without cashing in on old tricks.
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Cat: SOCASS 1. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. All At Sea (2:00)
  2. Wh'os Been Having You Over (2:00)
  3. Paradise Is Under Your Nose (2:00)
  4. Narcissistic Teen Makes First XI (2:00)
  5. Someone Else To Be (2:00)
  6. The Steam (2:00)
  7. Travelling Tinker (2:00)
  8. Lamentable Ballad Of Gascony Avenue (2:00)
  9. A Fool There Was (2:00)
  10. Shoreleave (2:00)
  11. Punk Buck Bonafide (2:00)
Review: Infamous Libertines and Babyshambles frontman Peter Doherty returns with his latest project, Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres, formed by members of Doherty's touring band from his 2016 "Eudaimonia" tour. He brings with him, of note, Jack Jones - also a member of Trampolene - who shares vocal duties and guitar collaboration with Doherty on the record. Expect a ragged, not entirely inharmonious, array of spangled guitars, boot-skootin' fiddles, broken down jazz and deconstructed mega blues. A good one for those smokey nights of Laphroaig when lamenting the ups & downs of one's life and times, all spent in an irreverent tone of UK punk and blues, or as the band call it: an intimate portrait of love, loss, being lost, happiness, tragedy, addiction and the power of the human soul to transcend its darker levels
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Live In London (cassette)
Cat: SPCS 1275. Rel: 08 Mar 19
  1. Father & Son (6:18)
  2. Band Reunion (0:30)
  3. Iain & Deanna (0:30)
  4. Inner City Pressure (0:30)
  5. New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (0:30)
  6. Summer Of 1353 (0:30)
  7. Complimentary Muffin (0:30)
  8. Stana (0:30)
  9. Stuck In A Lift (0:30)
  10. Foux Du Fafa (0:30)
  11. Seagull (0:30)
  12. Mutha'uckas - Hurt Feelings (0:30)
  13. One More Anecdote (0:30)
  14. Back On The Road (0:30)
  15. Thank You London (0:30)
  16. Bowie (0:30)
  17. Bus Driver (0:30)
  18. Tuning (0:30)
  19. Robots (0:30)
  20. Shady Rachel (0:30)
  21. Carol Brown (0:30)
  22. The Most Beautiful Girl (In The Room) (0:30)
Review: It's business time. Alongside Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm or The Simpsons, references or refrain for New Zealand comedy act Flight of the Conchords are never far off. And with the pair garnering even more notoriety with their cameo songwriting appearing in shows like Rick and Morty, it's no surprise to hear they've delivered a special. Recorded live in London, and released in deluxe triple vinyl form via legendary Seattle label Sub Pop, if you can survive the raucous laughter between the punchlines across the night's setlist than you'll appreciate classics like "Inner City Pressure", "Mutha'uckas - Hurt Feelings" and "Bowie" that much more, and with live adlib commentary between the scenes too, "The Most Beautiful Girl (In The Room)" curtails this mega release with a most classic closer and encore! Happy Birthday.
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Cat: MEANDYOUTAPE 3. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Frak - "Untitled" (38:16)
  2. Ben Ufo - "Untitled" (50:20)
Review: recorded live at Meandyou in Manchester.
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Damage & Joy (cassette)
Cat: 019029 6981425. Rel: 24 Mar 17
  1. Amputation (3:22)
  2. War On Peace (4:33)
  3. All Things Pass (4:31)
  4. Always Sad (2:53)
  5. Song For A Secret (3:22)
  6. The Two Of Us (4:09)
  7. Los Feliz (Blues & Greens) (4:53)
  8. Mood Rider (4:05)
  9. Presidici (Et Chapaquisitch) (3:36)
  10. Get On Home (3:30)
  11. Facing Up To The Facts (3:06)
  12. Simian Split (4:16)
  13. Black & Blues (3:19)
  14. Can't Stop The Rock (3:15)
Review: We're now over thirty years on from the era in which the Reid brothers were a headline and riot creating hype machine, yet if 'Damage And Joy' proves one anything, it's that the strange cocktail of insouciance and nihilism with which they made their reputation is an evergreen thing. This collection of surprisingly upbeat garage-rockers and languid ballads is carved in the same alluring classicist shapes that the brothers have made their trademark, yet the band - aided and abetted by collaborators like Sky Ferreira and Isobel Campbell - sound alarmingly vivacious for ones who've made their name through narcotic cool, whilst these songs bear an indelible imprint of melodic charm and three-chord rawness.
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Elastic Days (cassette)
Cat: SPCS 1270. Rel: 09 Nov 18
  1. See You At The Movies (0:30)
  2. Web So Dense (0:30)
  3. I Went Dust (0:30)
  4. Sky Is All We Had (0:30)
  5. Picking Out The Seeds (0:30)
  6. Give It Off (0:30)
  7. Drop Me (0:30)
  8. Cut Stranger (0:30)
  9. Elastic Days (0:30)
  10. Sometimes (0:30)
  11. Wanted You Around (0:30)
  12. Everything She Said (0:30)
Review: Joseph Donald Mascis, well known front man of Dinosaur Jr., provides a third solo instalment for Sub Pop in what you could call a trilogy of LPs for the Seattle label. It follows Tied To A Star (2014) and Several Shades Of Why (2011), and other than keys and occasional guest vocals, this record is proudly his own show. Still wistful and Americana at its finest, the warmth in Mascis vocal are a highlight on this LP and they come through bright yet forlorn on album opener "See You At The Movies", and sombrely so on "Web So Dense" too. And by the time you make your way to "Everything She Said" you may just feel like you've listened to new age Pearl Jam session without the dangerous amounts of whiskey.
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Oh My God (cassette)
Cat: DOC 191CASS. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. Oh My God (2:00)
  2. No Halo (2:00)
  3. Nothing Sacred/All Things Wild (2:00)
  4. OMG Rock & Roll (2:00)
  5. Seven Devils (2:00)
  6. Hail Mary (2:00)
  7. Piss River (2:00)
  8. Savannah (2:00)
  9. Storm (Beneath The Weather) (1:20)
  10. Congragulations (2:00)
  11. I Want To Be Clean (2:00)
  12. Sing A Glad Song (2:00)
  13. Ballad Of Faye (2:00)
  14. O Behold (2:00)
Review: Before we get to his solo career credentials, it's a good thing to know something of Kevin Morby's background first. The American singer-songwriter has counted himself as the bassist in the Brooklyn outfit Woods and was frontman of The Babies before that. This cassette release of Oh My God delivers Morby a fifth solo studio album since his Harlem River debut in 2013 and the versatility of his styles and inspirations seem to be hitting a new high, given the sometimes bluesy substance of his lyrics. Often where Morby's voice hits a sweet spot, subtle humming attenuations caress his deeper notations, all coated in a slight smokey haze similar to Bob Dylan (of now) and the late Leonard Cohen. Throw this into a mix of light distortion, piano ballads and theatrical big band techniques, it's in Kevin Morby we trust.
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Digital Garbage (cassette)
Cat: SPCS 1225. Rel: 28 Sep 18
  1. Nerve Attack (2:50)
  2. Paranoid Core (2:36)
  3. Please Mr Gunman (3:35)
  4. Kill Yourself Live (4:53)
  5. Night & Fog (4:09)
  6. 21st Century Pharisees (2:38)
  7. Hey Neanderfuck (2:44)
  8. Prosperity Gospel (3:50)
  9. Messiah's Lament (3:07)
  10. Next Mass Extinction (3:28)
  11. Oh Yeah (1:31)
Review: When it comes to music, the coming together of Sub Pop and Mudhoney's first release in five years doesn't get anymore Seattle than this. Earlier this year the legendary west coast band released the live album LiE, proving their roots are still firmly grounded in causing a racket, while the lyrical sense written into tracks on this album still brandish the band's light sense of dark humour. At first glance, Digital Garbage comes across as a record that takes a deal of its angst out on the clergy, with tracks like "Please Mr Gunman" intoning: 'please don't be an inconsiderate prick, we'd rather die in church" to "21st Century Pharisees" wailing lyrics: "sanctimonious pieces of shit." Mudhoney as always, still keeping it bitter, still keeping it sweet.
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No Tourists (cassette)
Cat: 405053 8426366. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. Need Some1 (2:47)
  2. Light Up The Sky (3:25)
  3. We Live Forever (3:50)
  4. No Tourists (4:24)
  5. Fight Fire With Fire (feat HO99O9) (3:35)
  6. Timebomb Zone (3:27)
  7. Champions Of London (4:56)
  8. Boom Boom Tap (4:10)
  9. Resonate (3:54)
  10. Give Me A Signal (feat Barns Courtney) (3:59)
Review: Since defining the band's hybrid rock-rave sound with 1994's "Music For The Jilted Generation" and 1997's "The Fat of the Land", Prodigy main man Liam Howlett has largely stuck to his guns. He is, after all, incredibly good at what he does, and the formula has given us a string of bombastic, full-throttle singles and albums that have lasted the test of time. "No Tourists", Howlett and company's first full-length in three years, offers plenty of trademark festival-friendly workouts, hard-wired dancefloor smashers and fuzzy, all-action cuts. Judged on these terms, it's a triumph. Fans of the band's trademark brand of slamming sonic hedonism will love it.
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Ty Segall (cassette)
Cat: DC 658CS. Rel: 03 Feb 17
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Break A Guitar (3:39)
  2. Freedom (1:57)
  3. Warm Hands (Freedom Returned) (10:33)
  4. Talkin' (3:52)
  5. The Only One (3:55)
  6. Thank You Mr K (2:56)
  7. Orange Color Queen (3:06)
  8. Papers (3:01)
  9. Take Care (To Comb Your Hair) (3:22)
Review: It would seem for all the world like Ty Segall is locked in some deathless conflict with Thee Oh Sees man John Swyer to see who can be the most prolific garage rock genius of the here and now, with this self-titled effort - a record as awash with his trademark blend of jam-kicking cheer and stylish chutzpah as ever - the latest case for this cause. But with his band The Muggers taking a more prominent role here, 'Ty Segall' is not just that same old fabulous thing - sure, there are three minutes punk gems, cocky T-Rex ramalama and head-spinning psych-pop, yet one song here hits a mighty ten minutes, hinting that there may be evolutionary pathways open to this modern-day marvel even beyond his ability to rock out like no-one else on earth.
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Freedom's Goblin (cassette)
Cat: DC 675CS. Rel: 26 Jan 18
  1. Fanny Dog (3:43)
  2. Rain (4:07)
  3. Every 1's A Winner (4:22)
  4. Despoiler Of Cadaver (3:55)
  5. When Mommy Kills You (2:49)
  6. My Lady's On Fire (3:52)
  7. Alta (4:11)
  8. Meaning (3:07)
  9. Cry Cry Cry (3:13)
  10. Shoot You Up (3:20)
  11. You Say All The Nice Things (4:23)
  12. The Last Waltz (2:29)
  13. She (7:36)
  14. Prison (2:04)
  15. Talkin 3 (3:02)
  16. The Main Pretender (2:45)
  17. I'm Free (4:38)
  18. 5 Ft Tall (6:06)
  19. And, Goodnight (5:59)
Review: Ty Segall, one of the leading lights and most hard-working artists of America's west coast garage scene, perfectly balances quality and quantity with 'Freedom's Goblin', his tenth studio album under his own name (include his live records, aliases and collaborations, and the total body of work effectively doubles). Having seemingly ditched the songwriting rules he had set himself on previous albums, 'Freedom's Goblin' sees Ty Segall at his most explosive and full-throttle, inventively exploring the many avenues of sub-genres of rock and psychedelia. Consisting of 19 ironclad songs that clock in at nearly eighty minutes, this is an expansive and exhilarating album that never becomes tiring. The wild combination of flawless production (co-engineered by the legendary Nirvana producer Steve Albini) and Segall's balance of raw power and melodic sensibility, makes 'Freedom's Goblin' another astoundingly high-calibre addition to an already colossal catalogue.
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Cat: DC 716CS. Rel: 29 Mar 19
  1. Warm Hands (3:42)
  2. Squealer (6:07)
  3. Breakfast Eggs (5:20)
  4. The Crawler (2:29)
  5. Finger (3:56)
  6. They Told Me Too (2:19)
  7. Cherry Red (5:04)
  8. Love Fuzz (7:47)
Review: To be a fan of Ty Segall must be a rewarding thing as the Californian singer-songwriter can deliver at the very least one album per annum. This does nothing to diminish the quality of his much loved and trusted music and this time around, with the help of his backing group the Freedom Band, he delivers a live album recorded at Los Angeles' Teragram Ballroom. Mixed by American legend Steve Albini, this album even comes with a rendition of a Segall track commissioned by Comedy Central, and though "Deforming Lobes" may be on a slightly different tip from Segall's cover album "Fudge Sandwich" - and the four albums he released in 2018 - there's no denying the raw take of a wild, uncensored performance.
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Eton Alive (limited cassette)
Cat: EE 001C. Rel: 22 Feb 19
  1. Into The Payzone (2:00)
  2. Kebab Spider (2:00)
  3. Policy Cream (2:00)
  4. OBCT (2:00)
  5. When You Come Up To Me (2:00)
  6. Top It Up (2:00)
  7. Flipside (2:00)
  8. Subtraction (2:00)
  9. Firewall (2:00)
  10. Big Burt (2:00)
  11. Discourse (2:00)
  12. Negative Script (2:00)
Review: Unabashed satirical wares straight outta Nottingham, Sleaford Mods somewhat charming embrace of British provincialism sees the semi-ironic nature of their music nestle itself in a space shared with Jamie T, Mike Skinner and Blackout Crew. Slightly wayward, political and patronising, their music can sometimes come off something like a scene out of Peep Show, though however tongue-in-cheek their commentary of the UK life can be, it's a gloriously proud album of cultural identity, and in among references to chip tune, bedroom produced beats, alternative Madchester-era sounds to rap and spoken word, it's a record embracing hoodies and trainers as much as it does anarchy and builder's tea. Oi!
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Built To Last (cassette)
Cat: SSCAS 04. Rel: 22 Aug 18
Deep House
  1. What Else You Do (8:31)
  2. Under The Viaduct (10:15)
  3. 0829 Fifty Fifty (11:45)
  4. Hunchback (6:02)
  5. Magnets On Wood (3:25)
  6. Not New To This (11:02)
  7. Sidewinder (6:33)
  8. Tamarindo (8:52)
  9. Out Of Touch (9:02)
  10. Jaws Of Life (9:34)
Review: An integral figure on the Motor City scene for the best part of two decades, Specter has always been a particularly prolific producer. Built To Last - appearing on Theo Parrish's significant Sound Signature label - is his first album-length excursion. It offers an expansive summary of his inspirations and influences - many will notice subtle nods towards local deep house, techno and electro heroes, as well as more experimental synthesizer music, off-kilter electronic jazz-funk, deep space dub and eyeliner-clad early '80s synth-wave - while also showcasing a trademark sound that's every bit as dusty, warm, loose and lo-fi as his lauded Detroit peers.
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Father Of The Bride (limited cassette)
Cat: 190759 46164. Rel: 03 May 19
  1. Hold You Now (2:28)
  2. Harmony Hall (5:06)
  3. Bambina (1:41)
  4. This Life (4:30)
  5. Big Blue (1:50)
  6. How Long? (3:28)
  7. Unbearably White (4:38)
  8. Rich Man (2:32)
  9. Married In A Gold Rush (3:43)
  10. My Mistake (3:18)
  11. Sympathy (3:46)
  12. Sunflower (2:16)
  13. Flower Moon (3:55)
  14. 2021 (1:42)
  15. We Belong Together (3:10)
  16. Stranger (4:05)
  17. Spring Snow (2:40)
  18. Jerusalem, New York, Berlin (2:56)
Review: "Father Of The Bride", Vampire Weekend's first album for six long years, has been receiving praise across the board from critics. It's been variously described as a "modern California pop masterpiece", a "scrapbook of brilliant ideas" and "the band's magnum opus". To our ears, it's certainly joyous and celebratory, with the acclaimed New York band wrapping their usual punchy-indie pop in subtle and not so subtle nods towards everything from Flamenco and Country music, to mournful piano ballads, excitable electronic indie-dance and 1960s baroque pop. In other words, it's a giddy collection of inventive, enjoyable songs that boasts the same eclectic, anything-goes swagger as the Beatles "White Album" or other similar wide-ranging sets.
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Performance (cassette)
Cat: SLANG 50154T. Rel: 24 Aug 18
  1. Magazin (3:41)
  2. Performance (2:25)
  3. It Might Get Dark (3:39)
  4. Sky Beaming (3:18)
  5. Double Death (3:35)
  6. Fine Slime (4:49)
  7. Moves On (3:56)
  8. Backseat Driver (3:19)
  9. Good News (4:18)
Review: It's safe to say when City Slang releases a record everyone listens, with White Denim now the newest Texan contingent filling the ranks of the German label. Following a longplayer this year from Calexico outta Tucson, White Denim bring the sound of Austin to the label by delivering their ninth long player in ten years. Like the artwork of performance, the music is a colourful montage that brings together saxxy jazz, mellow tropicana and distorted garage to psych rock and pop, with melancholic vocals only adding to its unique cross section of colours. A highlight for us is the '70s Biker rock of "It Might Get Dark" and finger snappin', vibrato heavy "Moves On".
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