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Juno Recommends Rock / Indie / Folk / Metal / Punk / 50s / 60s June 2020

Juno Recommends Rock/Indie

Juno Recommends Rock/Indie

Juno Recommends Rock/Indie/Folk/Metal/Punk/50s/60s June 2020
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1
Cat: OLE 1549LPE4. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. Whole Life (3:49)
  2. Describe (4:44)
  3. Without You (2:38)
  4. Jason (3:03)
  5. Leave (3:06)
  6. On The Floor (5:02)
  7. Your Body Changes Everything (4:06)
  8. Moonbend (5:19)
  9. Just A Touch (3:23)
  10. Nothing At All (4:22)
  11. One More Try (2:52)
  12. Some Dream (4:16)
  13. Borrowed Light (3:20)
Review: You'll probably struggle to find an album that opens with two more contrasting tracks than the fifth long form effort from Mike Hadreas. Re-teaming with GRAMMY-nominated production talent Blake Mills, with the pair inviting a host of guest collaborators to help on this record (Jim Keltner, Pino Palladino to name but two), the record begins with the peaceful, reflective and hymn-like 'Whole Life', a classic slice of rock croonerdom, before the scuzzy guitars of 'Describe' drop in like juggernauts. Elsewhere, you have the proto-pop of 'On The Floor', a track heyday Cyndi Lauper would have been happy to call her own, and the haunting slow dance of 'One More Try', offering yet more shades of grey which, combined, create a complete picture of a man, or indeed men, in the 21st Century. Rebellious, tender, caring, carefree and deeply complex. Definitely one that will keep you exploring long after first pressing play.
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out of stock $20.47
2
Cat: RT 0128LPE2. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. McFlurry (4:29)
  2. Snake It (2:29)
  3. Fizzy (2:57)
  4. Rich List (3:01)
  5. Jobseker (4:08)
  6. Jolly Fucker (2:14)
  7. Routine Dean (2:20)
  8. Tied Up In Nottz (2:43)
  9. Big Dream (1:55)
  10. Blog Maggot (3:52)
  11. Tweet Tweet Tweet (3:10)
  12. Tarantula Deadly Cargo (3:25)
  13. Fat Tax (3:34)
  14. Slow One's Bothered (2:48)
  15. Revenue (3:57)
  16. Rochester (3:33)
  17. TCR (4:17)
  18. Reef Of Grief (2:48)
  19. BHS (3:52)
  20. Second (3:06)
  21. OBCT (4:04)
  22. When You Come Up To Me (3:46)
Review: Considering it was only last year when Sleaford Mods dropped their prized UK Top 10 LP 'Eton Alive' it's almost jarring they should now unveil a Best Of, of sorts. It's hardly time to reflect when you're one of the most vital acts in contemporary British pop. But then the record stands up on its own merit, too, more than living up to the name by offering an insight into the ties - or rather tracks - that bind together the outfit's seven year career to date. Those familiar with the work of Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn will not be surprised to learn the contents here are visceral, heartfelt, stubborn, angry, and stood with tongue firmly in cheek. Observations from an island still riddled with inequality and led by donkeys, set to the kind of catchy but raw guitar, sequencer and drum work that can't help but take you for a ride.
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 in stock $24.41
3
Cat: JAG 348LPC1. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. Insula (0:50)
  2. Cut Me (4:10)
  3. In Bloom (2:59)
  4. Virile (4:14)
  5. Conveyor (3:24)
  6. Boxes (1:24)
  7. Gagarin (5:59)
  8. Jill/Jack (1:35)
  9. Colouour (3:06)
  10. Also Also Also & & & (1:39)
  11. Neither/Nor (5:23)
  12. Polly (3:38)
  13. Two Dogs (3:58)
  14. Bystanders (4:03)
  15. Me In 20 Years (3:48)
  16. Keeps Me Alive (3:00)
  17. Lucky Me (4:56)
  18. And So I Come To Isolation (0:53)
  19. Bless Me (4:57)
  20. Before You Go (2:10)
Review: Long destined for greatness, if whatever god you do or don't believe in doesn't bestow upon Moses Sumney's household name longevity then it's simply because he refuses to play by the rules of the music system. Experimental in the true sense - he loves to see what can be done with what we are already used to - in a world that's well accustomed to soul-jazz-electronica-R&B hybrids Sumney still stands out as one of the few capable of real magic. Opening on 'Cut Me', not discounting the wonderful tune up intro just before, it's hard to remember more of an effective display of pop perfection and heartfelt songwriting in a leftfield artist since Jamie Lidell delivered 'Multiply'. 'Grae' is a very different beast made for a very different and more complex time, though, embracing a swathe of elements from icy darkwave to acoustic balladry and even opera as it runs its course. Phenomenal.
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 in stock $22.31
4
  1. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) (4:07)
  2. Hey Joe/Sunshine Of Your Love (4:29)
out of stock $9.71
5
Cat: HVNLP 178. Rel: 11 May 20
Indie
  1. I Wouldn't Want To Say (5:50)
  2. Apples From A Tree (1:54)
  3. This Game Of Love (4:48)
  4. Ketamine (2:54)
  5. Bleed All Over (3:33)
  6. Churchbells, Ghosts (4:53)
  7. Internal Hourglass Discussion (3:49)
  8. Stockholm City Blues (3:38)
  9. Skeleton Key (7:06)
  10. Daylight In The Nocturnal House (3:05)
  11. Ballad Of A Dying Rover (4:36)
  12. Hanging On (For DRC) (2:10)
  13. Burying Ground (4:46)
  14. At Zero Below (4:41)
  15. Eden Lost & Found (2:45)
Review: Where would you be without Mark Lanegan? Where would any of us be without Mark Lanegan? Scratch and don't answer that - responses probably depend on personal experiences. Nevertheless, the man once most commonly known as the guy from Screaming Trees is nothing short of vital - incredible songwriter and top drawer musician, with his second album in under six months more than enough evidence to back those claims. In many ways 'Straight Songs Of Sorrow' is an amalgamation of all the artist has done and been before solo, which is saying something given this is studio LP number 12. Lyrically a testament to some of his darkest hours gone by, elements of early, rawer outings are more than audible, with lashings of the synth stuff that has typified later material acting as a counterbalance. Delicate acoustic and string workouts, shades of DNTEL, twisted organ cries and soul searching, dark, alternative rock moods.
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 in stock $22.31
6
Cat: SBR 070. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Rock
  1. Ummon (5:47)
  2. It's Coming (8:33)
  3. Thousand Helmets Of Gold (5:36)
  4. Citadel On A Satellite (9:13)
  5. Hyperion (4:25)
  6. Altitude Lake (6:08)
  7. Sonar (4:59)
  8. Dark Was Space Cold Were The Stars (5:58)
  9. Aurore Aux Confins (2:50)
  10. Son Dong's Cavern (5:14)
  11. Lions Tigers & Bears (13:20)
out of stock $26.76
7
Cat: 776586 4. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Indie
  1. The 1975 (4:55)
  2. People (2:39)
  3. The End (Music For Cars) (2:29)
  4. Frail State Of Mind (3:55)
  5. Streaming (1:31)
  6. The Birthday Party (5:18)
  7. Yeah I Know (4:11)
  8. Then Because She Goes (2:07)
  9. Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America (4:17)
  10. Roadkill (2:55)
  11. Me & You Together Song (3:27)
  12. I Think There's Something You Should Know (4:00)
  13. Nothing Revealed/Everything Denied (4:14)
  14. Tonight (I Wish I Was Your Boy) (3:30)
  15. Shiny Collarbone (2:36)
  16. If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know) (5:19)
  17. Playing On My Mind (3:22)
  18. Having No Head (5:59)
  19. What Should I Say (4:04)
  20. Bagsy Not In Net (2:24)
  21. Don't Worry (2:46)
  22. Guys (4:23)
Review: There's certainly plenty to talk about here. British chart-topping and stadium-filling enigmas The 1975 return to prove you really can't predict what the troupe will do next, delivering what would be their most divisive and explorative album if it weren't for the fact they command so much loyalty from fans you could be forgiven for thinking dark forces were at play. 'Notes On A Conditional Form' is easily the furthest we've wandered from the formative years of a band that cut teeth doing teen-punk covers, and it's hard not to notice the subtle theme here. From 'Having No Head', which rides on a sharp house groove, through the garage breaks of 'Yeah I Know', low slung dub of 'Shiny Collarbone' and the shoegaze of 'Streaming', it plays out like a celebration of the breadth and diversity of UK pop culture.
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 in stock $29.65
8
Cat: ESP 070. Rel: 25 May 20
Indie
  1. Denton' Texas (5:36)
  2. Fossil, Oregon (4:26)
  3. Tuscon, Arizona (3:19)
  4. Livermore, California (5:38)
  5. Astoria, Oregon (4:11)
  6. Roslyn, Washington (4:25)
  7. Idaho Falls, Idaho (3:26)
  8. Paradise, California (5:43)
Review: From a cover image wonderfully displaying the proportional difference between humans and the world we call home, to the expansive pedal steel guitar chords that weep their way through the musical destinations here, Raymond Richards encapsulates the vast openness of the US in sound, offering aural interpretations of the beauty and desolation, hope and devastation this wildly rich but painfully unequal country is home to. Track titles are inspired by real pins on the map, although it's unlikely you'll recognise many - we're talking 'Paradise, California' (a swooning, sun-kissed closing overture), 'Astoria, Oregon' (a lilting, vast but quiet slice of ambient) and 'Roslyn, Washington' (which sounds like psychedelic country) rather than more obvious places like Los Angeles, where Richards stomped about with the likes of DJ Lovefingers and Slowdive affiliates Mojave 3 in the late-1990s.
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out of stock $14.69
9
Cat: BELLA 1006V. Rel: 25 May 20
Indie
  1. Empathy For The Devil (4:28)
  2. Sweetheart Mercury (3:51)
  3. Comme D'habitude (4:15)
  4. Sweet Old Sorry Me (3:44)
  5. The Warhol Me (5:39)
  6. Lucy Creatures (4:28)
  7. The Mall (4:38)
  8. Timothy (4:10)
  9. Only Took A Year (4:07)
  10. I Got This (4:10)
  11. Undertow (4:31)
  12. Laurie (4:56)
Review: When Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess dropped 'Empathy For The Devil' back in February it burst onto playlists like the scorching sunshine it sounds like. A jaunty, carefree slice of summer pop, complete with proclamations of "What will be will be", it marked the return of a Britpop hero who is one of the era's most talented, likeable and consistent - his work after those heady days has remained highly original and varied. Those looking for more of the same on this, his fourth solo album, will be pleased to know it's hardly lacking in good vibes. 'Sweetheart Mercury' follows the aforementioned single and album opener, and it's equally sublime and bouncy. In fact, anyone looking for something subdued must wait for 'Undertow' and its piano and vocal build, which is still a track of strength rather than vulnerability. Packing a powerful punch while never failing to explore new ideas, it's exquisite, timeless and essential.
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! low stock $19.94
10
Cat: KGLW 001LP. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Evil Star (2:13)
  2. The River (live) (9:34)
  3. Wah Wah (live) (2:59)
  4. Road Train (live) (4:09)
  5. Murder Of The Universe (live) (5:08)
  6. Quarantine (2:17)
  7. Planet B (live) (5:45)
  8. Parking (live) (1:59)
  9. Venusian 2 (live) (3:14)
  10. Hell (live) (3:32)
  11. Let Me Mend The Past (live) (3:07)
  12. Anamnesis (3:03)
  13. Inner Cell (live) (3:52)
  14. Loyalty (live) (3:48)
  15. Horology (live) (2:33)
  16. A Brief History Of Planet Earth (live) (19:07)
Review: It's Gizzard, baby, but not as you've perhaps heard them before. Unless you caught them on stage at one of the shows these live recordings were captured at (namely London, Manchester, Madrid, Utrecht, Milan, Barcelona and Brussels). It's impossible to truly reflect the ferocity and fun of the mighty King in the flesh, but the combination of 'Evil Star''s brooding doom guitars and 'The River''s smooth jazz funk do enough to convey the breadth and scope of what the band are about. The decision to combine multiple concert takes into one (almost) coherent whole makes more sense when you know this LP accompanies a movie of the same name. These are snapshots of life on the road from stage eye view, complete with breakneck heavy metal, stomach-smashing drum solos, and the anthemic pop of 'Let Me Mend The Past'. Concluding with the epic, 20-minute juggernaut of emotion that is 'Brief History of Planet Earth', it's in the exclusive club of live records you need to own.
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 in stock $23.09
11
Cat: HVNLP 178CD. Rel: 11 May 20
Indie
  1. I Wouldn't Want To Say
  2. Apples From A Tree
  3. This Game Of Love
  4. Ketamine
  5. Bleed All Over
  6. Churchbells Ghosts
  7. Internal Hourglass Discussion
  8. Stockholm City Blues
  9. Skeleton Key
  10. Daylight In The Nocturnal House
  11. Ballad Of A Dying Rover
  12. Hanging On (For DRC)
  13. Burying Ground
  14. At Zero Below
  15. Eden Lost & Found
Review: Where would you be without Mark Lanegan? Where would any of us be without Mark Lanegan? Scratch and don't answer that - responses probably depend on personal experiences. Nevertheless, the man once most commonly known as the guy from Screaming Trees is nothing short of vital - incredible songwriter and top drawer musician, with his second album in under six months more than enough evidence to back those claims. In many ways 'Straight Songs Of Sorrow' is an amalgamation of all the artist has done and been before solo, which is saying something given this is studio LP number 12. Lyrically a testament to some of his darkest hours gone by, elements of early, rawer outings are more than audible, with lashings of the synth stuff that has typified later material acting as a counterbalance. Delicate acoustic and string workouts, shades of DNTEL, twisted organ cries and soul searching, dark, alternative rock moods.
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 in stock $8.67
12
Cat: ON 210. Rel: 25 May 20
Indie
  1. Once More (3:11)
  2. At The Edge Of The Sea (2:41)
 in stock $9.18
13
Cat: LAUNCH 187LPS. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. The Passover (5:16)
  2. Skimmington Ride (7:25)
  3. Valentine's Day At The Gym (6:40)
  4. Betting Shop (5:57)
  5. Need Battery (1:47)
  6. La Riconada (3:35)
  7. Garden Of Eden/2000 AD (8:45)
Review: Although Sex Swing have emerged from London's ever-fertile independent scene, their roots are pretty global. And speak volumes about what to expect from the band. Members have also been involved with Dead Neanderthals, a free jazz project, Seattle's masterful drone metal dons Earth, and a band called Dethscalator. Among other endeavours. As you might assume, then, their combined take on dark electronic rock comes stacked with unnerving doom and a feeling of foreboding menace. Cacophonies abound, the aural turmoil of 'Skimmington Ride''s climactic finale showcase just how loud and disorientating things can get, without forsaking musicality within those walls of keys and chords. A contrast to 'Garden Of Eden', which keeps itself on a direct and frantic course bound for the album's conclusion - think sweat, spilt beer and blood on the dancefloor. Packing plenty to satisfy fans of everyone from Liars and Idles, its uncompromising and unforgiving stuff.
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 in stock $17.32
14
Cat: DBQP 35. Rel: 18 May 20
Rock
  1. Highway Of The Sun (6:56)
  2. Song Within A Song (4:48)
  3. Lunar Sea/Never Let Go (15:45)
  4. The Snow Goose (28:19)
 in stock $13.12
15
Cat: RT 0128CD. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. McFlurry
  2. Snake It
  3. Fizzy
  4. Rich List
  5. Jobseker
  6. Jolly Fucker
  7. Routine Dean
  8. Tied Up In Nottz
  9. Big Dream
  10. Blog Maggot
  11. Tweet Tweet Tweet
  12. Tarantula Deadly Cargo
  13. Fat Tax
  14. Slow One's Bothered
  15. Revenue
  16. Rochester
  17. TCR
  18. Reef Of Grief
  19. BHS
  20. Second
  21. OBCT
  22. When You Come Up To Me
Review: Considering it was only last year when Sleaford Mods dropped their prized UK Top 10 LP 'Eton Alive' it's almost jarring they should now unveil a Best Of, of sorts. It's hardly time to reflect when you're one of the most vital acts in contemporary British pop. But then the record stands up on its own merit, too, more than living up to the name by offering an insight into the ties - or rather tracks - that bind together the outfit's seven year career to date. Those familiar with the work of Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn will not be surprised to learn the contents here are visceral, heartfelt, stubborn, angry, and stood with tongue firmly in cheek. Observations from an island still riddled with inequality and led by donkeys, set to the kind of catchy but raw guitar, sequencer and drum work that can't help but take you for a ride.
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 in stock $9.12
16
Cat: PARA 381LPLTD. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Rock
  1. Tired Of My Life (3:12)
  2. All The Madmen (4:38)
  3. Queen Bitch (4:43)
  4. The Superman (3:20)
  5. Song For Bob Dylan (4:50)
  6. Andy Warhol (4:32)
  7. Kooks (3:24)
  8. Fill Your Heart (2:50)
  9. Amsterdam (3:24)
  10. Andy Warhol (2:56)
  11. Lady Stardust (3:17)
  12. White Light White Heat (3:56)
  13. Starman (3:23)
 in stock $23.09
17
Cat: LAUNCH 194. Rel: 25 May 20
Rock
  1. Benzoberry (3:53)
  2. Cemento Mori (5:30)
  3. Filter Feeder (3:45)
  4. Qasan (7:32)
  5. Kamehameha (4:20)
  6. Fair Game (3:42)
  7. Boiler (6:42)
  8. Puppy Pile (4:43)
 in stock $18.63
18
Cat: EARS 110LP. Rel: 11 May 20
Rock
  1. Setting The Microphones (1:23)
  2. Introduction & Sweet Jane (7:58)
  3. Vicious (5:53)
  4. Ride Sally Ride (4:54)
  5. Heroin (11:10)
  6. Kill Your Sons (6:06)
  7. NY Stars (6:55)
  8. Animal Language (3:22)
  9. I'm Waiting For My Man/Sally Can't Dance Medley (9:38)
  10. Walk On The Wild Side (6:41)
  11. White Light White Heat (7:04)
  12. New York Conversation/Goodnight Ladies Medley (5:47)
  13. Rock N Roll (7:15)
 in stock $22.57
19
Cat: PARA 381LP. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Rock
  1. Tired Of My Life (3:07)
  2. All The Madmen (4:37)
  3. Queen Bitch (4:40)
  4. The Superman (3:14)
  5. Song For Bob Dylan (5:01)
  6. Andy Warhol (4:20)
  7. Kooks (3:24)
  8. Fill Your Heart (2:57)
  9. Amsterdam (3:24)
  10. Andy Warhol (2:56)
  11. Lady Stardust (3:18)
  12. White Light White Heat (3:55)
  13. Starman (3:23)
 in stock $20.20
20
Cat: 277511. Rel: 11 May 20
Indie
  1. The Regulator (20:31)
  2. The Longing (7:36)
  3. Apropos Of Nothing (9:39)
  4. Dusting Off The Rust (9:58)
  5. The Slowest Rendition (10:54)
Review: If you've ever even heard of US alternative indie rockers The Dream Syndicate then chances are you've read the kind of reviews these guys garner. Few critics have penned anything like a criticism, lauding the troupe for originality and also inherent talent, and this latest LP will do little to threaten that prestige. It's a real epic, with most tracks well over the seven-minute mark, and some running far beyond twenty. The songwriting again reveals Steve Wynn to be one of our most precious living artists, and stylistically it feels as though the band have finally found a middle ground where varied influences aren't just allowed to co-exist, they actually create something innovative and - dare it be said - new. Melding prog, European avant-garde, blues and electronic jazz, it's not that you can't find anything that sounds like this, but you'll definitely struggle.
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 in stock $20.52
21
Cat: CADIZLP 184. Rel: 25 May 20
Rock
  1. Breaking Shells (feat Hollie Cook) (4:54)
  2. Burnt Umber (feat Alex Paterson) (4:18)
  3. Inspector Out Of Space (feat Rhiannon) (6:18)
  4. Full Metal Dub (5:41)
  5. Rhino (feat Vivien Goldman) (3:43)
  6. Rise Me Up (feat Blue Pearl) (4:31)
  7. Keep On Moving (feat Aurora Dawn) (4:20)
  8. Lunar Dawn (3:48)
  9. Panzer Dub (3:54)
out of stock $16.54
22
Cat: DASH 047LPXC. Rel: 25 May 20
Indie
  1. Working Out (4:51)
  2. Love Online (4:22)
  3. You're Too Good (5:11)
  4. Santorini (5:23)
  5. Reach The Top (6:33)
  6. Konichiwa (4:38)
  7. Night In Rome (5:05)
  8. Just Leave Him (5:10)
 in stock $16.79
23
Cat: 519599 1. Rel: 25 May 20
Indie
  1. Ten Grand Goldie (5:23)
  2. Am Landwehrkanal (3:03)
  3. Mobliertes Lied (4:29)
  4. Zivilisatorisches Missgeschick (4:01)
  5. Taschen (4:34)
  6. Seven Screws (4:02)
  7. Alles In Allem (4:17)
  8. Grazer Damm (6:27)
  9. Wedding (4:22)
  10. Tempelhof (3:30)
 in stock $28.87
24
Cat: MOVLP 2619C. Rel: 25 May 20
Metal
  1. Overture/Never Go Back (6:04)
  2. Lacrymosa (3:34)
  3. The End Of The Dream (5:03)
  4. My Heart Is Broken (4:43)
  5. Lithium (4:01)
  6. Bring Me To Life (4:17)
  7. Unravelling/Imaginary (5:58)
  8. Secret Door (3:52)
  9. Hi-Lo (5:05)
  10. Lost In Paradise (4:50)
  11. Your Star (4:42)
  12. My Immortal (4:54)
  13. The Inbetween/Imperfection (6:30)
  14. Speak To Me (5:35)
  15. Good Enough (5:41)
  16. Swimming Home (3:51)
 in stock $24.66
25
Cat: 194397 27731. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. Modern Anxiety (3:03)
  2. Call On Me (3:00)
  3. In The Afternoon (3:18)
  4. Alone (3:17)
  5. Playground Love (2:58)
  6. Melt (3:56)
  7. No Vacancies (3:46)
  8. Paper Moons (3:24)
  9. Human (3:23)
  10. Enough (3:12)
out of stock $19.94
26
Cat: RT 0128LP. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. McFlurry (4:28)
  2. Snake It (2:28)
  3. Fizzy (2:57)
  4. Rich List (3:03)
  5. Jobseker (4:07)
  6. Jolly Fucker (2:13)
  7. Routine Dean (2:20)
  8. Tied Up In Nottz (2:43)
  9. Big Dream (1:56)
  10. Blog Maggot (3:54)
  11. Tweet Tweet Tweet (3:07)
  12. Tarantula Deadly Cargo (3:26)
  13. Fat Tax (3:36)
  14. Slow One's Bothered (2:50)
  15. Revenue (3:57)
  16. Rochester (3:37)
  17. TCR (4:14)
  18. Reef Of Grief (2:49)
  19. BHS (3:49)
  20. Second (3:04)
  21. OBCT (4:04)
  22. When You Come Up To Me (3:44)
Review: Considering it was only last year when Sleaford Mods dropped their prized UK Top 10 LP 'Eton Alive' it's almost jarring they should now unveil a Best Of, of sorts. It's hardly time to reflect when you're one of the most vital acts in contemporary British pop. But then the record stands up on its own merit, too, more than living up to the name by offering an insight into the ties - or rather tracks - that bind together the outfit's seven year career to date. Those familiar with the work of Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn will not be surprised to learn the contents here are visceral, heartfelt, stubborn, angry, and stood with tongue firmly in cheek. Observations from an island still riddled with inequality and led by donkeys, set to the kind of catchy but raw guitar, sequencer and drum work that can't help but take you for a ride.
...Read more
 in stock $20.47
27
Cat: JAG 348CD. Rel: 18 May 20
Indie
  1. Insula
  2. Cut Me
  3. In Bloom
  4. Virile
  5. Conveyor
  6. Boxes
  7. Gagarin
  8. Jill/Jack
  9. Colouour
  10. Also Also Also & & &
  11. Neither/Nor
  12. Polly
  13. Two Dogs
  14. Bystanders
  15. Me In 20 Years
  16. Keeps Me Alive
  17. Lucky Me
  18. And So I Come To Isolation
  19. Bless Me
  20. Before You Go
Review: Long destined for greatness, if whatever god you do or don't believe in doesn't bestow upon Moses Sumney's household name longevity then it's simply because he refuses to play by the rules of the music system. Experimental in the true sense - he loves to see what can be done with what we are already used to - in a world that's well accustomed to soul-jazz-electronica-R&B hybrids Sumney still stands out as one of the few capable of real magic. Opening on 'Cut Me', not discounting the wonderful tune up intro just before, it's hard to remember more of an effective display of pop perfection and heartfelt songwriting in a leftfield artist since Jamie Lidell delivered 'Multiply'. 'Grae' is a very different beast made for a very different and more complex time, though, embracing a swathe of elements from icy darkwave to acoustic balladry and even opera as it runs its course. Phenomenal.
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Cat: ROXMB 055 BLUE. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Rock
  1. Debaser (2:48)
  2. If There Is Something (3:54)
  3. Shopping For Girls (3:48)
  4. Sacrifice Yourself (2:08)
  5. Baby Universal (3:10)
  6. Bus Stop (1:33)
  7. Crack City (5:07)
  8. Under The God (5:11)
  9. Sorry (5:40)
 in stock $20.47
29
Cat: MOVLP 736C. Rel: 01 Jun 20
Blues
  1. Iko Iko (4:15)
  2. Blow Wind Blow (3:12)
  3. Big Chief (3:25)
  4. Somebody Changed The Lock (2:41)
  5. Mess Around (3:10)
  6. Let The Good Times Roll (3:54)
  7. Junko Partner (4:27)
  8. Stack-A-Lee (3:27)
  9. Tipitina (2:10)
  10. Those Lonely Lonely Nights (2:32)
  11. High Blood Pressure/Don't You Just Know It/Well I'll Be John Brown (Huey Smith Medley) (3:19)
  12. Little Liza Jane (3:00)
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Cat: 405053 8597233. Rel: 18 May 20
Metal
  1. Discovery (0:53)
  2. Magic Theme (1:19)
  3. Lord Of The Last Day (4:02)
  4. Fever Dreams (4:30)
  5. Turn To Stone (5:01)
  6. Feed My Head (6:08)
  7. Eriel (6:42)
  8. Challis (4:37)
  9. As Long As It's Not About Love (6:22)
  10. Losing My Insanity (5:04)
  11. Otherworld (4:56)
  12. Magica (reprise) (1:51)
  13. Lord Of The Last Day (reprise) (1:40)
  14. Magica Story (18:18)
  15. Elektra (7")
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Cat: 876032. Rel: 25 May 20
Folk/Americana
  1. Never Forever (4:52)
  2. May Later (5:18)
  3. Eat My Dust (2:04)
  4. Money Is The One True God (6:54)
  5. Summer All Over (4:55)
  6. Vanishing Twin (6:09)
  7. My Dear One (3:53)
  8. Farsickness (4:30)
  9. Mirror Box (5:02)
  10. Window Facing A Window (4:49)
  11. Off Grid (2:38)
Review: It's hard to separate Blake Mills the legacy from Blake Mills 'this is what you're listening to right now' whenever you encounter the man in question. This is his fourth solo album since deciding to move out from the shadows back in 2010, but it's the product of lessons and techniques learned from decades of working and producing for big names - Fiona Apple, Alabama Shakes, Perfume Genius, to name but a handful. Over the years he has garnered an exceptional reputation for adding understated but incredibly effective layers of musicality, hence the praise from guitar greats like Eric Clapton. In practice, what that sounds like on this record is a hushed and delicate masterpiece showcasing an accomplished songwriter and instrumental hero at his best. Slick and sophisticated, direct but apparently destined to wander through soft but rich string and piano tapestries.
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