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Amyl & The Sniffers
Review: Never too shy for irony, Australian rock band from Melbourne, Amyl and The Sniffers, are keeping the mullet cuts and beer spitting sound of the southern land's sound well alive. It's Rough Trade that have taken up Amyl and The Sniffers for their debut album recorded in Sheffield with Ross Orton towards the end of 2018. Six months on and the four piece are rattling the walls more than ever with a raucous ballyhoo of garage-punk that sees the band's ferocious Pouges-y mix of Irish drunkenness hit the wall with the Californian sounds of Pennywise and Australia's own Frenzal Rhomb. With thrashings of guitars, unique and raw Australianisms, and sweaty, smashing drums: Amyl and The Sniffers are popping off.
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coming soon $29.28
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Attraktors
Attraktors (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: VIVOD 024LP.
  1. Future Systems
  2. Math Redux
  3. Heavy Water
  4. Maximum Minimum
  5. She Of Stars
  6. Mensonge Et La Chute
  7. Theme From Unknown
  8. Search Mode
  9. A Nearfield Background
  10. Interlude For Wounded Deer
Review: Attraktors are JFlower: Antronhy: Jhon:

Former members of Six.BySeven: Bivouac: Julian Cope: The Selecter: Nectarine No9

Inspired by Minimalism: Fripp: Eno: Marcel Duchamp: Krautrock: Proto-Punk: Soundscores: Sci-Fi: Computer Science.




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Gespielt von: Tagwell Woods, Ali Renault
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Cows On Hourglass Pond
Review: The Animal Collective fold can never be seen too far off from each another and with Dave Portner's Avery Tare project delivering a new full length that makes two individual releases from the nebulous group in as many months. With obvious references to Yellow Submarine and 60s/70s psychedelica to be found on "Cows On Hourglass Pond" there's also a route into a alternate sub-pop universe that shares a world one part Postal Service one part Warp Records influences. And fun fact: Dave Portner recorded this album at Laughing Gas Studio in North Carolina on a Tascam 48 half-inch reel-to-reel tape machine, the very same one used for Animal Collective's "Sung Tongs".
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coming soon $10.54
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Love Is All You Love
Review: Southampton's own bones brigade, Band Of Skulls, return with an epic fifth studio album, delivering a sweet selection of alternative pop rock versatility. The album opens with a salvo of heavier, more motley rock sounds before hitting its catchy title track halfway through the A-side. "Not The Kind Of Nothing" and "Cool Your Battles" turns out the A-side from anything too soft, with the band serving up a cooing, more contemplative and ethereal number in "Sound of You" that opens the second disc. The slightest of country and folk inspirations waver in and out of "We're Alive", with the emotional wall of sound that is "Speed Of Light" a true highlight, alongside the jamming post-punk hit: "Gold". Like James Murphy dressed up as Nikki Sixx.
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coming soon $6.86
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Platinum Rats
Cat: BGER 1333.
Review: Bug-eyed nerd punks straight outta Seattle, The Briefs, are still kicking and "Platinum Rats" presents their fifth LP and first since 2005's "Steal Yer Heart". Still the bleach-blonde punks they ever were, the album holds down a spirit and ethos that will get the nod of approval from the fans of the Sex Pistols, Rancid and Fat Wreck Chords et al. With most songs clocking in at two-and-a-half minutes, The Briefs shred their guitars inside a frenzy of noise could have made it to Epitaph had it been the late '90s wonder years of punk. Still, being 2019, they find themselves on the Californian imprint Burger Records, founders of the annual Burgerama music festival. The Briefs go supersized.
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coming soon $25.06
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The Best Of Luck Club
Review: If you are an Australian and listener of triple j then you'll already be well aware of the music by Melbourne's own Alex Lahey. For the rest, allow Dead Oceans to introduce a singer-songwriter not afraid to take the stage in a pair of Blundstones and checkered flannelette shirt. Her raw yet supercharged style earns itself a second release on sub-label to Secretly Canadian - that in 2019 has already released music from John & Yoko, Jens Lekman and Cherry Glazerr - with Alex Lahey's sophomore album finding its reference points in a world located somewhere between the emo punk of Paramore and Bruce Springsteen's star spangled rock. Elsewhere the music has been described as surf rock meets '90s riot grrrl, with the artist going to some length to keep Melbourne's effervescent garage rock scene on the map.
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coming soon $10.54
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Reward
Reward (CD)
Cat: MEX 2502.
Review: It's been ticking on three years since Cate Le Bon gave us Crab Day, the Welsh singer-songwriter's third album before now. With horns very much a focal point in Le Bon's unique sound throughout the album, it's their fusion with synths that really accent their impact. Breezy, post-90s jazz numbers that nudge at memories of shoegaze and The Cranberries make their way into early sections of the album too, with playful French pop gestures finding their way through motifs of art rock and New Yorkian post punk and new wave. Given a slighty different slant as it's sung through a welsh guise, Le Bon's ability to carry celtic-like themes through her music furthermore adds to a subtle mysticism in her sound that's playful and bluesy with a folk touch.

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Reward
Reward (LP)
Cat: MEX 2501.
Review: It's been ticking on three years since Cate Le Bon gave us Crab Day, the Welsh singer-songwriter's third album before now. With horns very much a focal point in Le Bon's unique sound throughout the album, it's their fusion with synths that really accent their impact. Breezy, post-90s jazz numbers that nudge at memories of shoegaze and The Cranberries make their way into early sections of the album too, with playful French pop gestures finding their way through motifs of art rock and New Yorkian post punk and new wave. Given a slighty different slant as it's sung through a welsh guise, Le Bon's ability to carry celtic-like themes through her music furthermore adds to a subtle mysticism in her sound that's playful and bluesy with a folk touch.
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coming soon $18.47
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Vol 4
Vol 4 (40 gram vinyl 7")
Cat: TURB 017. Rel: 17 Jun 19
  1. Keeping Up With The Commodore
  2. Whatever Happened To The Hippies?
Review: The Library Vultures return with Volume 4 of their mischievous archive-music cut ups. Keeping Up With The Commodore reworks a 1980s Australian TV jingle encouraging us to embrace the incredible spread-sheeting powers of the new Commodore 64. On the flip Whatever Happened To The Hippies? layers vintage counter culture documentary footage and a chunky Beck / Fatboy beat, over an instrumental sit com cue that wouldn't sound out of place in the background of Cheers.




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Love Keeps Kicking
Cat: ZZZ 160CD.
Review: Durham in the UK's very own incarnation of Wheatus - aka Martha - may come across as your typical teenage dirtbags - if the sound of track three "Into This" from this new album is anything to go by - however the four-piece have come a long way since debuting on Fortuna POP! in 2014. This latest missive comes courtesy of Big Scary Monsters out of Oxford, and there's no denying the evolution and self-awareness the band have garnered when it comes to embracing their unique style of DIY pop-punk. There's touches of nostalgic Klaxons in tracks like "Mini Was A Preteen Arsonist" to more emo sounding passages that come out in " Brutalism By The River (Arrhythmia)" - think: Does It Offend You, Yeah?. Alongside classic tell-tale signs of Blink-182 influences in "Lucy Shone A Light On You" too, the band may not be filling stadiums just yet, but their music is enough to make you reminisce and wonder: what ever happened to Vans Warped Tour anyway?
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coming soon $11.34
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Too Much Tension!
  1. Synthtro
  2. Its Alright
  3. Cant Get Through To My Head
  4. Wish That Shed Come Back
  5. Traces
  6. Thick Skin
  7. Someone Else Is In Control
  8. Too Much Tension
  9. Watching The News Gives Me The Blues
  10. Im So Tired (Of Living In The City)
  11. Goin Down
Review: Rising up through the indie boom of the mid-2000s, New York's The Mystery Lights have landed once again to deliver a sound so fresh it may well just be the swinging 60s. Groovy. The raw, strummed guitars of the very indie "I'm So Tired (Of Living In The City)" harks back to a sound that bands like Manfred Mann popularised back in the day, especially when you hear the screaming howls of "Wish That She'd Come Back". It's a soundtrack for a surfer's safari trekking through the desert with a tambourine in hand, searching for that perfect wave, and with the analogue sound of space echos and reverb splashing throughout the album it's a much desired trip for the modern day.
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There Will Be No Intermission
Review: Fired up by the #MeToo movement and the rise of global fascism, former Dresden Dolls frontwoman Amanda Palmer returned to the studio last year to record what she says is her most "powerful and personal" album yet. "There Is No Intermission" certainly makes for intriguing listening, not only because of the weighty themes Palmer handles in the lyrics - grief and loss being recurring topics - but also the quality of the music, which tends towards the sparse and minimal (think piano and voice, or ukele and voice) with occasional grandiose productions scattered throughout the album. Also impressive are the cinematic interludes included between tracks, which sit somewhere between heartfelt soundtrack fare and emotion-rich ambient. In summary: a triumphant return.
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coming soon $16.36
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SASAMI
SASAMI (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 453.
  1. I Was A Window (feat Dustin Payseur)
  2. Not The Time
  3. Morning Comes
  4. Free (feat Devendra Banhart)
  5. Pacify My Heart
  6. At Hollywood
  7. Jealousy
  8. Callous
  9. Adult Contemporary (feat Soko)
  10. Turned Out I Was Everyone
Review: Offering up more debuts and dreams is Domino once again with the release of a first album by Los Angeles singer-songwriter SASAMI. The LP, said to be inspired in large by Bruce Vs Chocolate Cake from the 1996 film adaptation of Roald Dahl's Matilda, sees SASAMI turn in a variety of solo, synthy and sultry numbers, running a gauntlet between subtle punk, electronic pop, and funky, danceable New York indie. "Morning Comes" is perhaps the best example of the latter, sharing a sweet cadence with Stereolab and Nurse With Wound's classic "Simple Headphone Mind". Killer reference. With the amount of uber cool solo vocalists out there, SASAMI's unpretentious debut adds a fresh minty breath to the mix.
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coming soon $22.95
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Act Surprised
Review: After six years, legendary Massachusetts group Sebadoh - friends of Subpop from back in the day - deliver a new album called "Act Surprised". It adds a revitalised bevy of local blues tales and happy go lucky songs to an audience that can be assured the spirit of American punk, grunge, shoegaze and rock is still strong in Sebadoh. That '90s movie soundtrack motif - whether the band wanted it or not - is still there and sounding unique and finely restored. With accents and sounds of both the music and voices giving rise to memories of when bands like Weezer, Pearl Jam and Tool were dominating the airwaves, it's good to know that the grungy low slung feels of Sebadoh are still in their melancholic, easy going, Massachusetts way.
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coming soon $22.42
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This Mess Is A Place
This Mess Is A Place (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SP 1285.
  1. Hologram
  2. New World
  3. Grains Of Salt
  4. The Joke Of Life
  5. Little Friend
  6. Rose-Colored Sky
  7. The Problem
  8. Crystal Ball
  9. Meet Me At La Palma
  10. Miles & Miles
Review: You pretty much know what to expect from Tacocat at this point - no nonsense indie-punk stylings and humorous, direct lyrical narratives, as well as their uplifting take on post punk, with clear inspiration from bands such as The Pretenders and Blondie. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the new wave, synth-driven stylings of album highlight "Grains Of Salt", the power pop of "The Joke Of Life" and "Rose-Colored Sky", concluding with some respite in "Miles & Miles". The socially conscious lyrics in places will no doubt provide some optimism, too. This Mess Is A Place is a triumphant album that will provide sing-a-longs and fun in great helpings.
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coming soon $21.09
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This Mess Is A Place
  1. Hologram
  2. New World
  3. Grains Of Salt
  4. The Joke Of Life
  5. Little Friend
  6. Rose-Colored Sky
  7. The Problem
  8. Crystal Ball
  9. Meet Me At La Palma
  10. Miles & Miles
Review: You pretty much know what to expect from Tacocat at this point - no nonsense indie-punk stylings and humorous, direct lyrical narratives, as well as their uplifting take on post punk, with clear inspiration from bands such as The Pretenders and Blondie. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the new wave, synth-driven stylings of album highlight "Grains Of Salt", the power pop of "The Joke Of Life" and "Rose-Colored Sky", concluding with some respite in "Miles & Miles". The socially conscious lyrics in places will no doubt provide some optimism, too. This Mess Is A Place is a triumphant album that will provide sing-a-longs and fun in great helpings.
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coming soon $10.54
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This Mess Is A Place
Cat: SPCS 1285.
  1. Hologram
  2. New World
  3. Grains Of Salt
  4. The Joke Of Life
  5. Little Friend
  6. Rose-Colored Sky
  7. The Problem
  8. Crystal Ball
  9. Meet Me At La Palma
  10. Miles & Miles
Review: You pretty much know what to expect from Tacocat at this point - no nonsense indie-punk stylings and humorous, direct lyrical narratives, as well as their uplifting take on post punk, with clear inspiration from bands such as The Pretenders and Blondie. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the new wave, synth-driven stylings of album highlight "Grains Of Salt", the power pop of "The Joke Of Life" and "Rose-Colored Sky", concluding with some respite in "Miles & Miles". The socially conscious lyrics in places will no doubt provide some optimism, too. This Mess Is A Place is a triumphant album that will provide sing-a-longs and fun in great helpings.
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coming soon $7.91
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Birds (reissue)
Birds (reissue) (12" limited to 250 copies Nachpressung)
Cat: C56 030. Rel: 20 Jun 19
  1. Birds
  2. Birds (Tiago remix)
Review: Claremont 56 continue to disregard the genre boundaries - preferring instead to give good music the attention it deserves - as their latest looker of a twelve inch presents us the sounds of Torn Sail. Fronted by Smith & Mudd vocalist Huw Costin, Torn Sail go all 60s West Coast rock on us with the gloriously rich sounds of "Birds". From its acoustic beginnings the track gradually unfurls into a delightful groove embellished by soothing vocal harmonies. It's almost a thankless task enlisting anyone to try and remix what sounds like a perfect song, but Claremont 56 obviously chose right in requesting the services of Tiago. In the Portuguese producer's hands "Birds" is transformed into a heavily psychedelic freakout which gently develops into a kraut rock behemoth filled with swathes of heavy organ vibes. Containing several shifts in momentum - including a glorious half speed finish - this is a truly stunning remix which left our jaws occupying the floor!
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coming soon $9.49
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