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Notes On A Conditional Form (clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 776585 2. Rel: 29 May 20
  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 $28.32
Notes On A Conditional Form (white vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 776586 4. Rel: 29 May 20
  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 $29.36
Cat: 776586 7. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. The 1975
  2. People
  3. The End (Music For Cars)
  4. Frail State Of Mind
  5. Streaming
  6. The Birthday Party
  7. Yeah I Know
  8. Then Because She Goes
  9. Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America
  10. Roadkill
  11. Me & You Together Song
  12. I Think There's Something You Should Know
  13. Nothing Revealed/Everything Denied
  14. Tonight (I Wish I Was Your Boy)
  15. Shiny Collarbone
  16. If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)
  17. Playing On My Mind
  18. Having No Head
  19. What Should I Say
  20. Bagsy Not In Net
  21. Don't Worry
  22. Guys
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 $9.47
Cat: OLF 005CD. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Banana Skin Shoes
  2. Is This A Dream?
  3. I Just Wanna Wish You Happiness
  4. I'm Not Sure What It Is
  5. Tony Wilson Said
  6. You & Me Against The World
  7. I Need Someone To Trust
  8. Note To Self
  9. Colours
  10. Funny Time Of Year
  11. Fly On The Wall
  12. Never Change
  13. Appletree Boulevard
  14. I'll Do My Best
Review: Damon Gough's millennial-era massiveness was never going to be easy to maintain. Such was the strength of his first record, preceding singles, that score to British smash hit movie 'About A Boy' and LP three, 'Have You Fed The Fish?', the Manchester maestro could have hung up his yarns then and retired comfortably. He didn't, and gradually moved towards 2010's 'It's What I'm Thinking Pt.1 - Photographing Snowflakes', a far more introverted work you needed to spend time with. So a return to the release schedule after the subsequent hiatus, perhaps presumed retired, was never going to be predictable. Take it from us, though, 'Banana Skin Shoes' is another Badly Drawn Boy album and a career landmark for more reasons than a comeback. Lyrically never more confident - even forsaking subtle metaphor for brazen emotions at times - and instrumentally innovative, intriguing hooks and curveballs abound, it could be his best to date.
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 in stock $10.14
Banana Skin Shoes (cassette)
Cat: OLF 005C. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Banana Skin Shoes (2:50)
  2. Is This A Dream? (4:06)
  3. I Just Wanna Wish You Happiness (3:33)
  4. I'm Not Sure What It Is (3:37)
  5. Tony Wilson Said (4:14)
  6. You & Me Against The World (3:37)
  7. I Need Someone To Trust (3:59)
  8. Note To Self (3:42)
  9. Colours (3:52)
  10. Funny Time Of Year (3:00)
  11. Fly On The Wall (3:33)
  12. Never Change (3:21)
  13. Appletree Boulevard (3:06)
  14. I'll Do My Best (3:58)
Review: Damon Gough's millennial-era massiveness was never going to be easy to maintain. Such was the strength of his first record, preceding singles, that score to British smash hit movie 'About A Boy' and LP three, 'Have You Fed The Fish?', the Manchester maestro could have hung up his yarns then and retired comfortably. He didn't, and gradually moved towards 2010's 'It's What I'm Thinking Pt.1 - Photographing Snowflakes', a far more introverted work you needed to spend time with. So a return to the release schedule after the subsequent hiatus, perhaps presumed retired, was never going to be predictable. Take it from us, though, 'Banana Skin Shoes' is another Badly Drawn Boy album and a career landmark for more reasons than a comeback. Lyrically never more confident - even forsaking subtle metaphor for brazen emotions at times - and instrumentally innovative, intriguing hooks and curveballs abound, it could be his best to date.
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 in stock $10.14
Banana Skin Shoes (gatefold 2xLP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: OLF 005LP. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Banana Skin Shoes (2:50)
  2. Is This A Dream? (4:06)
  3. I Just Wanna Wish You Happiness (3:33)
  4. I'm Not Sure What It Is (3:37)
  5. Tony Wilson Said (4:14)
  6. You & Me Against The World (3:37)
  7. I Need Someone To Trust (3:59)
  8. Note To Self (3:42)
  9. Colours (3:52)
  10. Funny Time Of Year (3:00)
  11. Fly On The Wall (3:33)
  12. Never Change (3:21)
  13. Appletree Boulevard (3:06)
  14. I'll Do My Best (3:58)
Review: Damon Gough's millennial-era massiveness was never going to be easy to maintain. Such was the strength of his first record, preceding singles, that score to British smash hit movie 'About A Boy' and LP three, 'Have You Fed The Fish?', the Manchester maestro could have hung up his yarns then and retired comfortably. He didn't, and gradually moved towards 2010's 'It's What I'm Thinking Pt.1 - Photographing Snowflakes', a far more introverted work you needed to spend time with. So a return to the release schedule after the subsequent hiatus, perhaps presumed retired, was never going to be predictable. Take it from us, though, 'Banana Skin Shoes' is another Badly Drawn Boy album and a career landmark for more reasons than a comeback. Lyrically never more confident - even forsaking subtle metaphor for brazen emotions at times - and instrumentally innovative, intriguing hooks and curveballs abound, it could be his best to date.
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 in stock $18.69
Mr Experience (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DASH 064LP. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Mr Experience (3:55)
  2. Moving Up (3:46)
  3. Second Dinner (3:37)
  4. Reach Out (4:16)
  5. Girl Of My Dreams (4:10)
  6. Negroni Summer (3:41)
  7. One Night In Paradise (4:20)
  8. Take A Trip (3:40)
  9. You Don't Need Love (4:55)
  10. Waterfall (Love Scene) (3:08)
Review: Donny Benet is many things to many people - but everyone agrees you want him at the party, where he's likely to be the last one standing. Glossy, over-produced 80s pastiche disco pop is always going to be divisive, but despite the overbearing commercial feel here the Australian curio is one of the most honest and real artists out there. Real enough to include a karaoke DVD with his first album. The balding and mustachioed synth master is on fine excellent here, although the context is different to previous outings. Made in hotel room isolation at a time when a world tour was postponed due to a global pandemic, it encapsulates the need for optimism and fun at a time when nobody really knows where the planet, or modern society, will be in 12 months. Indulgent, open and smooth beats to take the blues away.
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 in stock $16.62
Cat: DASH 064CD. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Mr Experience
  2. Moving Up
  3. Second Dinner
  4. Reach Out
  5. Girl Of My Dreams
  6. Negroni Summer
  7. One Night In Paradise
  8. Take A Trip
  9. You Don't Need Love
  10. Waterfall (Love Scene)
Review: Donny Benet is many things to many people - but everyone agrees you want him at the party, where he's likely to be the last one standing. Glossy, over-produced 80s pastiche disco pop is always going to be divisive, but despite the overbearing commercial feel here the Australian curio is one of the most honest and real artists out there. Real enough to include a karaoke DVD with his first album. The balding and mustachioed synth master is on fine excellent here, although the context is different to previous outings. Made in hotel room isolation at a time when a world tour was postponed due to a global pandemic, it encapsulates the need for optimism and fun at a time when nobody really knows where the planet, or modern society, will be in 12 months. Indulgent, open and smooth beats to take the blues away.
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 in stock $10.39
High (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: BLUELP 004. Rel: 03 Jun 20
  1. The Days Of Our Lives (3:30)
  2. I Would Never (4:23)
  3. Broken Loves (5:11)
  4. Because Of Toledo (3:53)
  5. She Saw The World (3:31)
  6. High (3:43)
  7. Soul Boy (4:39)
  8. Everybody Else (3:47)
  9. Stay Close (7:45)
Review: Paul Buchanan and The Blue High have never been known for letting standards slip. This, their first full length album in eight years and only the fourth in the last 21, more than meets the benchmarks set in previous outings, both in terms of songwriting and arrangement, proving beyond doubt that pop is less of a dirty word, and more a misunderstood mishmash of sound running from throwaway trash to universally resonant masterpieces. Take 'Broken Loves' for example, which shows a band that's more than capable of taking relatively mundane observations and rendering them emotionally powerful through suggestion and implication - in this case a relationship collapsing before the eyes of each partner, with neither knowing what to do, visualised in the way one party is more interested in watching TV than listening to the other. Way back in 1984, this outfit made a major impact with youthful romantic vibrance, the same is not true today, with more than an air of world weary heartbreak about their work, and in many ways it's more impactful than ever.
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 in stock $21.81
Shadow Offering (red vinyl LP + MP3 download code in embossed sleeve)
Cat: SCR 97LPX. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Here 4 U (3:48)
  2. Young Buck (3:50)
  3. Eclipse (Ashley) (4:55)
  4. Just Let Me (5:13)
  5. Upheaval II (5:02)
  6. Fear Of Men (4:28)
  7. Snow Angel (8:58)
  8. Ocean (3:47)
  9. Note To Self (4:12)
Review: 18 months in the making, Canada's Braids have had plenty of time to refine their work and perfect their trade ahead of this return to the release schedule. And it certainly shows. Co-produced by Chris Walla of the iconic Death Cab For Cutie, the result of this patient approach and collaborative relationship is an album that's intimate and yet massive, heartbreaking but hopeful, for want of less cliched descriptions. Tracks like 'Eclipse' perfectly exemplify what's so good about this collection. Highly emotive stuff, piano work seems capable of finding its way into our dreams, with soaring string refrains and the powerful vocal cries of Raphaelle Standell-Preston boring routes directly into your soul. Tender and also rallying, much like the rest of this record, its impact stays with you long after the final notes fade.
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 in stock $29.62
Punisher (limited gatefold coloured vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: DOC 200LPC3. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. DVD Menu (1:01)
  2. Garden Song (3:37)
  3. Kyoto (3:05)
  4. Punisher (3:10)
  5. Halloween (4:23)
  6. Chinese Satellite (3:40)
  7. Moon Song (4:38)
  8. Savior Complex (4:02)
  9. ICU (3:11)
  10. Graceland Too (3:54)
  11. I Know The End (5:46)
Review: There's so much to talk about with any instalment in the Phoebe Bridgers saga, and her latest is no exception whatsoever. A voice that has slowly garnered a seriously strong following, winning her the label of 'cult superstar' from some critics, she hits us with another series of knockout emotional bodyblows here, delivered through heartfelt sincerity and conversational lyrics. At times opting for a grunge-y, garage rock feel ('Kyoto'), in other moments taking on a far more sombre and broken air ('Moon Song' is enough to crush anyone in earshot), no matter how striking and effective the sounds are her words are what really elevates Bridgers above many peers in the alt-songwriting scene. If that's even really a thing. Digressions aside, it's hard to describe just how adept she is at hitting nail on head with turns of phrases and observations. They move past us leaving what appears to be a flesh wound when we've actually been cut to the core. Stunning.
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! low stock $23.89
I Love The New Sky (180 gram splattered vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BELLA 1006V. Rel: 22 May 20
  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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 in stock $19.74
Cat: BELLA 1006CD. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Empathy For The Devil
  2. Sweetheart Mercury
  3. Comme D'Habitude
  4. Sweet Old Sorry Me
  5. The Warhol Me
  6. Lucky Creatures
  7. The Mall
  8. Timothy
  9. Only Took A Year
  10. I Got This
  11. Undertow
  12. Laurie
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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 in stock $10.14
Between 10th & 11th (Expanded Edition) (gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BBQ 2165LP. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. I Don't Want To See The Sights (4:48)
  2. Ignition (3:05)
  3. Page One (4:10)
  4. Tremelo Song (4:39)
  5. The End Of Everything (5:53)
  6. Subtitle (4:18)
  7. Can't Even Be Bothered (3:33)
  8. Weirdo (3:46)
  9. Chewing Gum Weekend (4:56)
  10. (No One) Not Even The Rain (4:24)
  11. Imperial 109 (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (3:36)
  12. The Only One I Know (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (3:48)
  13. Then (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (4:14)
  14. Happen To Die (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (5:17)
  15. White Shirt (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (3:39)
  16. Indian Rope (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (6:18)
  17. Opportunity (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (7:22)
  18. Sproston Green (live At Chicago Metro 1991) (7:58)
Review: Between 10th and 11th, the second album by The Charlatans, was s certified classic at the time and has fared well over the years. Beggars Arkive's newly expanded reissue contains the original full length plus remastered tracks from the frequently bootlegged live show the band played in Chicago in 1991. It is a real Holy Grail amongst fans and next tot he original record, which landed in 1992 with huge and standout singles like UK Top 20 hit "Weirdos" plus other singles "Tremolo Song" and "I Don't Want To See The Sights", it is a vital purchase for fans old and new.
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 in stock $24.17
Gathering Swans (limited transparent blue vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 147LPC2. Rel: 29 May 20
  1. It's Over (3:58)
  2. Toxic Eye (4:39)
  3. Complainer (3:38)
  4. Nites Like This (5:42)
  5. St Angela Merici (1:45)
  6. Sweet Candy (4:29)
  7. Shatter (4:07)
  8. Eat The Frog (4:15)
  9. Happy To Be Bad (3:47)
  10. Gathering Swans (4:54)
Review: It's difficult to know exactly which slice of this hyper-Romantic delight to fall head over heels with most. The second full length record from Utah's greatest ode to mid-80s Cure glitters its way from one glorious swoon to the next, making it easy to forget what year it is, let alone the day. Opening on 'It's Over', a track packed with punching drums and gliding chord refrains, while the sound may be more than familiar authenticity is key here. 'Nites Like This', 'Shatter' and the closing title track sound genuinely wounded, or at least come with a sense of reflecting on old injuries. 'Complainer' launches from the starting blocks with an abandon that belies its lyrical sincerity. 'Sweet Candy' introduces subtle elements of surreal rock worthy of a Lynchian parable.
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 in stock $20.27
Gathering Swans (limited clear vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 147LPC3. Rel: 29 May 20
  1. It's Over (3:59)
  2. Toxic Eye (4:39)
  3. Complainer (3:38)
  4. Nites Like This (5:41)
  5. St Angela Merici (1:45)
  6. Sweet Candy (4:29)
  7. Shatter (4:07)
  8. Eat The Frog (4:13)
  9. Happy To Be Bad (3:47)
  10. Gathering Swans (4:49)
Review: It's difficult to know exactly which slice of this hyper-Romantic delight to fall head over heels with most. The second full length record from Utah's greatest ode to mid-80s Cure glitters its way from one glorious swoon to the next, making it easy to forget what year it is, let alone the day. Opening on 'It's Over', a track packed with punching drums and gliding chord refrains, while the sound may be more than familiar authenticity is key here. 'Nites Like This', 'Shatter' and the closing title track sound genuinely wounded, or at least come with a sense of reflecting on old injuries. 'Complainer' launches from the starting blocks with an abandon that belies its lyrical sincerity. 'Sweet Candy' introduces subtle elements of surreal rock worthy of a Lynchian parable.
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 in stock $20.27
Cat: DAIS 147CD. Rel: 29 May 20
  1. It's Over
  2. Toxic Eye
  3. Complainer
  4. Nites Like This
  5. St Angela Merici
  6. Sweet Candy
  7. Shatter
  8. Eat The Frog
  9. Happy To Be Bad
  10. Gathering Swans
Review: It's difficult to know exactly which slice of this hyper-Romantic delight to fall head over heels with most. The second full length record from Utah's greatest ode to mid-80s Cure glitters its way from one glorious swoon to the next, making it easy to forget what year it is, let alone the day. Opening on 'It's Over', a track packed with punching drums and gliding chord refrains, while the sound may be more than familiar authenticity is key here. 'Nites Like This', 'Shatter' and the closing title track sound genuinely wounded, or at least come with a sense of reflecting on old injuries. 'Complainer' launches from the starting blocks with an abandon that belies its lyrical sincerity. 'Sweet Candy' introduces subtle elements of surreal rock worthy of a Lynchian parable.
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 in stock $11.17
Gathering Swans (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 147LP. Rel: 29 May 20
  1. It's Over (3:58)
  2. Toxic Eye (4:39)
  3. Complainer (3:38)
  4. Nites Like This (5:42)
  5. St Angela Merici (1:45)
  6. Sweet Candy (4:29)
  7. Shatter (4:07)
  8. Eat The Frog (4:15)
  9. Happy To Be Bad (3:47)
  10. Gathering Swans (4:54)
Review: It's difficult to know exactly which slice of this hyper-Romantic delight to fall head over heels with most. The second full length record from Utah's greatest ode to mid-80s Cure glitters its way from one glorious swoon to the next, making it easy to forget what year it is, let alone the day. Opening on 'It's Over', a track packed with punching drums and gliding chord refrains, while the sound may be more than familiar authenticity is key here. 'Nites Like This', 'Shatter' and the closing title track sound genuinely wounded, or at least come with a sense of reflecting on old injuries. 'Complainer' launches from the starting blocks with an abandon that belies its lyrical sincerity. 'Sweet Candy' introduces subtle elements of surreal rock worthy of a Lynchian parable.
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 in stock $16.89
Cat: WARPCD 312. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Forest
  2. Jam
  3. 1001
  4. 30 (feat Laura Groves)
  5. Wolf
  6. Loon
  7. Tuesday
  8. Text
  9. Blurred
Review: Five years on from their last full-length excursion, Darkstar return with "Civic Jams", a socio-politically charged set that Warp says was influenced by two decidedly disparate musical inspirations: the opaque, slowly shfiting sonic density pf shoegaze, and 30 years of the British bass music continuum. In practice, that means a striking fusion of tactile vocals, drowsy electronics, wall-of-sound chords and crunchy, off-kilter rhythms that tip a wink to hip-hop, grime, dubstep, breakbeat and more, while never sounding specifically like any of them. It's not a club-focused set, but it an undeniably impactful one, primarily because its inherent bittersweet beauty and weary melancholia seems in tune with these unusual, claustrophobic times.
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 in stock $10.91
Future Teenage Cave Artists (limited gatefold coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: JNR 331LP. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. Future Teenage Cave Artists (3:28)
  2. Sympathy For The Baby Boo (2:24)
  3. The Loved One (2:38)
  4. Ye Saddle Babes (3:26)
  5. New Orphan Asylum For Spirited Deerchildren (3:56)
  6. Zazeet (2:32)
  7. Fraction Anthem (2:52)
  8. "Farewell" Symphony (3:49)
  9. Reduced Guilt (3:43)
  10. Damaged Eyes Squinting Into The Beautiful Overhot Sun (4:03)
  11. Call On Thee (3:18)
Review: Experimental rock deities Deerfhoof ensure something will survive with their latest, adding gems to an already-bejewelled crown by way of innovation and chaos, not to mention doe-eyed beauty if you listen hard enough. A testament to the power of paring back, and the band's ability to follow their deeply textured and melodic 'Mountain Moves' album with something completely different, its among their best work to date. At least part of the aesthetic comes down to recording process - in this case the use of a built in laptop mic. Its limitations afford a distorted quality to the more intense tracks, not least those Commander-in-Chief riffs of 'Ye Saddle Babes', and the mangled drum rolls on 'Sympathy For The Baby Boo'. A trippy, rhythm-heavy and rough and ready guitar triumph.
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 in stock $22.61
Cat: JNR 331CD. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. Future Teenage Cave Artists
  2. Sympathy For The Baby Boo
  3. The Loved One
  4. O Ye Saddle Babes
  5. New Orphan Asylum For Spirited Deerchildren
  6. Zazeet
  7. Fraction Anthem
  8. "Farewell" Symphony
  9. Reduced Guilt
  10. Damaged Eyes Squinting Into The Beautiful Overhot Sun
  11. I Call On Thee
Review: Experimental rock deities Deerfhoof ensure something will survive with their latest, adding gems to an already-bejewelled crown by way of innovation and chaos, not to mention doe-eyed beauty if you listen hard enough. A testament to the power of paring back, and the band's ability to follow their deeply textured and melodic 'Mountain Moves' album with something completely different, its among their best work to date. At least part of the aesthetic comes down to recording process - in this case the use of a built in laptop mic. Its limitations afford a distorted quality to the more intense tracks, not least those Commander-in-Chief riffs of 'Ye Saddle Babes', and the mangled drum rolls on 'Sympathy For The Baby Boo'. A trippy, rhythm-heavy and rough and ready guitar triumph.
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The Universe Inside (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 277511. Rel: 06 May 20
  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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So When You Gonna (limited gatefold pink vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LUCKY 141LPX. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Sports! (3:25)
  2. Hasta La Vista (3:40)
  3. Homesick (3:04)
  4. Validation (2:52)
  5. Temporary (2:58)
  6. U Do U (3:46)
  7. RHRN (3:27)
  8. Old Flame (3:44)
  9. So When You Gonna (3:39)
  10. Hold On Me (3:58)
  11. After The Rain (5:06)
Review: Alice Go, Bella Podpadec and Rakel Mjol make up Dream Wife, a band with a penchant for playfully riotous, outspoken and immediately infectious indie rock-pop, served with a side dish of punk attitude. The sum total placing them somewhere between The Long Blondes and Tom Tom Club, or at least those are the references that immediately spring to our mind. Don't think that suggests the London trio are simply a Frankenstein of personality traits borrowed from different groups. Go's vocal delivery juxtaposes the sweet and innocent with the sardonic and indignant, guitar hooks can either conjure images of tropical beaches or the hard asphalt of the UK's unkempt city streets. Tracks are infinitely danceable ('Old Flame', 'RH RN'), or emotionally crushing ('So When You Gonna'). Album two down, it would be stupid to pretend we're not already waiting with bated breath for what comes next.
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est. release 03 Jul 20 $18.69
Cat: MFM 047. Rel: 21 May 20
  1. Rintocco (4:07)
  2. Source (4:29)
  3. Aeg Old (4:51)
  4. Deefyfe (4:14)
  5. Snodae (3:31)
  6. Metaqua (6:40)
  7. Nnuunn (5:06)
  8. Terz (3:08)
  9. Dolpherde (6:09)
Review: Considering the whole idea behind this album was to try and break free from the restrictive parameters of songwriting structure in its traditional sense, Christopher Bear - AKA Fools, AKA Grizzly Bear's drummer and multi-instrumental maestro - has actually created something that feels incredibly tight and precisely executed. Not exactly the expected results from a nine-week improvisation session that focused on finding out what might come from what. During that time, Bear would record jam sessions on one instrument before experimenting over the top with another, often driven by a desire to create a sonic response to the original sounds. Perhaps not so fast and loose, then, but instead following a clear and concise idea, nevertheless what we're offered is a collection of beguiling, dreamy pieces unbound in genre terms but defined by lush, exotic downtempo journeys.
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Close It Quietly (LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: SP 1320. Rel: 08 May 20
  1. Moonsea (2:02)
  2. Cosmic Shop (1:52)
  3. 41st (2:06)
  4. So Blue (2:20)
  5. A Joke (2:12)
  6. Rings (On A Tree) (1:43)
  7. Actin' Weird (1:10)
  8. Windows (2:45)
  9. Never Would (1:46)
  10. Self-destruct (0:46)
  11. Wannago (3:17)
  12. I'm It (1:59)
  13. Trunk Of A Tree (0:57)
  14. Last Season's Textures (2:04)
  15. Even Though I Knew (1:32)
  16. UFO (1:42)
  17. Marbles (2:11)
  18. Did You Find (1:14)
  19. A Hit (1:25)
  20. With Great Purpose (1:23)
  21. This Swirling (2:48)
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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Women In Music Pt III (gatefold yellow vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 813819. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. Los Angeles (3:23)
  2. The Steps (4:07)
  3. I Know Alone (3:44)
  4. Up From A Dream (3:23)
  5. Gasoline (3:20)
  6. 3am (3:04)
  7. Don't Wanna (3:20)
  8. Another Try (3:22)
  9. Leaning On You (3:22)
  10. I've Been Down (2:54)
  11. Man From The Magazine (2:05)
  12. All That Ever Mattered (2:35)
  13. FUBT (3:15)
  14. Summer Girl (video version) (3:50)
  15. Now I'm In It (video version) (3:54)
  16. Hallelujah (3:10)
Review: You can almost feel the California sun reflecting back off 'Los Angeles', the opening track on HAIM's third album. An unapologetic ode to their hometown - as is made clear with straight-shooting lyrics like "New York is cold/I tried the winter their once/Nope" - it's also an unapologetically smiley and smile-inducing slice of strutting pop. While first appearances can often be deceiving, and books shouldn't always be judged on their covers, in this instance the first bite is a fitting preamble for what follows. There's plenty of variety, for evidence just compare the reflective and damaged air of 'I Know Alone', and its razor sharp shimmering production, with the back-to-basics acoustic build of 'Leaning On You'. Ultimately, though, it's all sophisticated and intelligent pop, celebrating the genre's breadth by showing how capable of matching that scope this lot are.
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The Prettiest Curse (gatefold light blue vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: LUCKY 139LPX. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. Good Bad Times (3:19)
  2. Just Like Kids (Miau) (2:10)
  3. Riding Solo (3:37)
  4. Boy (3:16)
  5. Come Back & Love Me (3:48)
  6. Burn (2:56)
  7. Take Me Back (3:12)
  8. The Play (3:05)
  9. Waiting For You (3:28)
  10. This Moment Forever (3:53)
Review: It might just be us, but the third record from Spanish garage guitar wielders Hinds feels like a marked change of path for the rightly acclaimed outfit. It's certainly an altogether less growling and bloody-nosed affair than their first record, and to a lesser extent 2018's 'I Don't Run'. Which isn't to say this development is a negative thing. Of course not everything here sounds like the retro-pop of 'Good Bad Times', which is a colourful, upbeat and synthy introduction to their new work. 'Just Like Kids' is a far more raucous and unconventional stomper. 'Take Me Back' shows the power of pared back arrangements, echoed riffs accentuating the feeling of space. And 'This Moment Forever' is a low slung, downtrodden delight. Altogether sweeter, but still capable of knocking anyone out, if Hinds weren't already close to your heart they should be after this.
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Cat: LUCKY 139CD. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Good Bad Times
  2. Just Like Kids (Miau)
  3. Riding Solo
  4. Boy
  5. Come Back & Love Me
  6. Burn
  7. Take Me Back
  8. The Play
  9. Waiting For You
  10. This Moment Forever
Review: It might just be us, but the third record from Spanish garage guitar wielders Hinds feels like a marked change of path for the rightly acclaimed outfit. It's certainly an altogether less growling and bloody-nosed affair than their first record, and to a lesser extent 2018's 'I Don't Run'. Which isn't to say this development is a negative thing. Of course not everything here sounds like the retro-pop of 'Good Bad Times', which is a colourful, upbeat and synthy introduction to their new work. 'Just Like Kids' is a far more raucous and unconventional stomper. 'Take Me Back' shows the power of pared back arrangements, echoed riffs accentuating the feeling of space. And 'This Moment Forever' is a low slung, downtrodden delight. Altogether sweeter, but still capable of knocking anyone out, if Hinds weren't already close to your heart they should be after this.
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The Prettiest Curse (gatefold LP + insert)
Cat: LUCKY 139LP. Rel: 16 Jun 20
  1. Good Bad Times (3:19)
  2. Just Like Kids (Miau) (2:10)
  3. Riding Solo (3:37)
  4. Boy (3:16)
  5. Come Back & Love Me (3:48)
  6. Burn (2:56)
  7. Take Me Back (3:12)
  8. The Play (3:05)
  9. Waiting For You (3:28)
  10. This Moment Forever (3:53)
Review: It might just be us, but the third record from Spanish garage guitar wielders Hinds feels like a marked change of path for the rightly acclaimed outfit. It's certainly an altogether less growling and bloody-nosed affair than their first record, and to a lesser extent 2018's 'I Don't Run'. Which isn't to say this development is a negative thing. Of course not everything here sounds like the retro-pop of 'Good Bad Times', which is a colourful, upbeat and synthy introduction to their new work. 'Just Like Kids' is a far more raucous and unconventional stomper. 'Take Me Back' shows the power of pared back arrangements, echoed riffs accentuating the feeling of space. And 'This Moment Forever' is a low slung, downtrodden delight. Altogether sweeter, but still capable of knocking anyone out, if Hinds weren't already close to your heart they should be after this.
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Warnings (CD)
Cat: BELLA 964CD. Rel: 08 May 20
  1. Turn
  2. Silence
  3. LARM
  4. I'll Be The Death Of You
  5. Den Lilla Pase Av Lycka
  6. The Prophet
  7. Neon Lights
  8. I Live At Night
  9. Baby You Have Travelled For Miles Without Love In Your Eyes
  10. Death Engine
  11. Absoluta Mollpunkten
  12. Depression Tourist
Review: Maria Linden and Fredrik Balck present 12 tracks under the I Break Horses moniker, and it couldn't sound much sweeter. Or at least that's true for 50% of what's here (roughly). At the risk of sounding cliched, this is pop with one ear on the dark side, and another on the light. There's redemption and desperation, the Swedish siren's whispered vocal style perfectly suited to either feeling, combined with spectacularly polished instrumentation to render the whole thing a vivid picture of human emotion. Openers 'Turn' and 'Silence' are pretty, delicate little things, but we also have the likes of 'I a r m' - an otherworldly tune up - and 'I'll Be The Death of You', which owes plenty to synth and new wave. Then you get the pared back, pitched down and rather reflective 'I Live At Night' and the spiralling chords and stop you dead atmospherics of 'Death Engine'.
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Mordechai (limited gatefold pink vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOC 193LPC1. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. First Class (4:42)
  2. Time (You & I) (5:46)
  3. Connaissais De Face (4:19)
  4. Father Bird, Mother Bird (3:05)
  5. If There Is No Question (5:51)
  6. Pelota (2:49)
  7. One To Remember (4:24)
  8. Dearest Alfred (3:58)
  9. So We Won't Forget (5:00)
  10. Shida (4:02)
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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Mordechai (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOC 193LP. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. First Class (4:42)
  2. Time (You & I) (5:46)
  3. Connaissais De Face (4:19)
  4. Father Bird Mother Bird (3:05)
  5. If There Is No Question (5:51)
  6. Pelota (2:49)
  7. One To Remember (4:24)
  8. Dearest Alfred (3:58)
  9. So We Won't Forget (5:00)
  10. Shida (4:02)
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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Mordechai (CD)
Cat: DOC 193CD. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. First Class
  2. Time (You & I)
  3. Connaissais De Face
  4. Father Bird, Mother Bird
  5. If There Is No Question
  6. Pelota
  7. One To Remember
  8. Dearest Alfred
  9. So We Won't Forget
  10. Shida
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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Cat: HVNLP 178CD. Rel: 08 May 20
  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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Straight Songs Of Sorrow (gatefold 180 gram 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 178. Rel: 08 May 20
  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 $21.81
The Loves Of Your Life (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: GLS 027901. Rel: 19 May 20
  1. The Garbage Men (3:17)
  2. Isabella (4:09)
  3. Here They Come (3:17)
  4. Cross-Sound Ferry (Walk-On Ticket) (4:17)
  5. Don't Check The Score (4:55)
  6. Til Your Ship Comes In (3:38)
  7. The Stars Of Tomorrow (3:16)
  8. Wack Jack (3:23)
  9. Stars & Rats (3:32)
  10. The Other Half (4:26)
  11. The Old King (4:07)
Review: As any self-respecting fan of The Walkmen will probably know, frontman Hamilton Leithauser has revealed just how much of a stylistic auteur he is since the band announced their "extreme hiatus" in 2013 and four of five members went solo. Most things, if not everything, he has touched since has borne similar traits to the group's highly emotive and atmospheric indie rock. That's certainly no bad thing if we've seen several more subtle aspects of the outfit come to the fore as a result, and in the case of 'The Loves Of Your Life' its the croon-ish, classic songwriting balladry that is really allowed to blossom. The baritone rock 'n 'roller vibe of 'The Old King' is one case in point. 'Wack Jack' is another. There's still plenty of the everyman guitar stuff on raucous efforts like 'The Other Half' and even 'Stars & Rats', though, making for a very complete answer to any possible critics.
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Cat: GLS 027902. Rel: 20 May 20
  1. The Garbage Men
  2. Isabella
  3. Here They Come
  4. Cross-Sound Ferry (Walk-On Ticket)
  5. Don't Check The Score
  6. Til Your Ship Comes In
  7. The Stars Of Tomorrow
  8. Wack Jack
  9. Stars & Rats
  10. The Other Half
  11. The Old King
Review: As any self-respecting fan of The Walkmen will probably know, frontman Hamilton Leithauser has revealed just how much of a stylistic auteur he is since the band announced their "extreme hiatus" in 2013 and four of five members went solo. Most things, if not everything, he has touched since has borne similar traits to the group's highly emotive and atmospheric indie rock. That's certainly no bad thing if we've seen several more subtle aspects of the outfit come to the fore as a result, and in the case of 'The Loves Of Your Life' its the croon-ish, classic songwriting balladry that is really allowed to blossom. The baritone rock 'n 'roller vibe of 'The Old King' is one case in point. 'Wack Jack' is another. There's still plenty of the everyman guitar stuff on raucous efforts like 'The Other Half' and even 'Stars & Rats', though, making for a very complete answer to any possible critics.
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Quickies (5x7" box set + booklet)
Cat: 007559 7922080. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Castles Of America (0:35)
  2. The Biggest Tits In History (2:12)
  3. The Day The Politicians Died (1:54)
  4. Castle Down A Dirt Road (1:47)
  5. Bathroom Quickie (0:47)
  6. My Stupid Boyfriend (2:01)
  7. Love Gone Wrong (2:10)
  8. Favorite Bar (1:12)
  9. Kill A Man A Week (0:56)
  10. Kraftwerk In A Blackout (1:47)
  11. When She Plays The Toy Piano (2:06)
  12. Death Pact (Let's Make A) (0:17)
  13. I've Got A Date With Jesus (2:15)
  14. Come, Life, Shaker Life! (2:34)
  15. (I Want To Join A) Biker Gang (2:21)
  16. Rock 'N' Roll Guy (2:31)
  17. You've Got A Friend In Beelzebub (1:12)
  18. Let's Get Drunk Again (& Get Divorced) (1:16)
  19. The Best Cup Of Coffee In Tennessee (2:07)
  20. When The Brat Upstairs Got A Drumkit (1:51)
  21. The Price You Pay (1:52)
  22. The Boy In The Corner (0:54)
  23. Song Of The Ant (0:40)
  24. I Wish I Had Fangs & A Tail (1:44)
  25. Evil Rhythm (1:47)
  26. She Says Hello (1:00)
  27. The Little Robot Girl (2:07)
  28. I Wish I Were A Prostitute Again (2:18)
Review: It really isn't a clever name - The Magnetic Fields celebrate the beauty of brevity with 'Quickies', a collection of tracks that run to no more than two-and-a-half minutes, with the shortest clocking in at around 12 seconds. The question is, how much can you really do in such a small amount of time? Stephin Merritt et al more than prove the answer is 'quite a lot', if not 'loads'. With track titles like 'My Stupid Boyfriend' and '(I Want To Join A) Biker Gang' these efforts are nothing if not direct and to the point, but sat just behind all the immediacy and innocence is a depth and power stemming from allusion, suggestion and implication. Short, sweet, tender and evocative experimental pop rock of the highest caliber and most charming character you could ask for.
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Quickies (CD)
Cat: 007559 7920567. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Castles Of America
  2. The Biggest Tits In History
  3. The Day The Politicians Died
  4. Castle Down A Dirt Road
  5. Bathroom Quickie
  6. My Stupid Boyfriend
  7. Love Gone Wrong
  8. Favorite Bar
  9. Kill A Man A Week
  10. Kraftwerk In A Blackout
  11. When She Plays The Toy Piano
  12. Death Pact (Let's Make A)
  13. I've Got A Date With Jesus
  14. Come Life Shaker Life!
  15. (I Want To Join A) Biker Gang
  16. Rock 'N' Roll Guy
  17. You've Got A Friend In Beelzebub
  18. Let's Get Drunk Again (& Get Divorced)
  19. The Best Cup Of Coffee In Tennessee
  20. When The Brat Upstairs Got A Drumkit
  21. The Price You Pay
  22. The Boy In The Corner
  23. Song Of The Ant
  24. I Wish I Had Fangs & A Tail
  25. Evil Rhythm
  26. She Says Hello
  27. The Little Robot Girl
  28. I Wish I Were A Prostitute Again
Review: It really isn't a clever name - The Magnetic Fields celebrate the beauty of brevity with 'Quickies', a collection of tracks that run to no more than two-and-a-half minutes, with the shortest clocking in at around 12 seconds. The question is, how much can you really do in such a small amount of time? Stephin Merritt et al more than prove the answer is 'quite a lot', if not 'loads'. With track titles like 'My Stupid Boyfriend' and '(I Want To Join A) Biker Gang' these efforts are nothing if not direct and to the point, but sat just behind all the immediacy and innocence is a depth and power stemming from allusion, suggestion and implication. Short, sweet, tender and evocative experimental pop rock of the highest caliber and most charming character you could ask for.
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Dream Hunting In The Valley Of The In Between (Loser Edition) (gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP (side 4 etched) + MP3 download code)
Cat: SP 1350X. Rel: 04 May 20
  1. Dreamers (0:49)
  2. Cloud Nein (3:23)
  3. On The Mend (3:42)
  4. Lonely Beuys (3:58)
  5. Future Peg (2:55)
  6. Goat (4:15)
  7. Inner Iggy (2:14)
  8. Hunters (3:42)
  9. Oyster Point (0:29)
  10. The Prettiest Song In The World (2:31)
  11. Animal Attraction (5:40)
  12. Sheela (2:38)
  13. Unsweet Meat (2:38)
  14. Swan (1:20)
  15. Powder My Wig (4:11)
  16. If Only (3:39)
  17. In The Valley Of The In-Between (1:02)
Review: Ryan Kattner fronts a Man Man album for the first time in seven years, and there's a lot going on. Within the first two tracks alone, 'Dreamers' and 'Cloud Nein', we've had a sultry evening's jazz warm up and a rollocking, boozy, piano rock stomper of the early-Cold War Kids variety. Off we go. 'Goat' is a curious epic that has more than a shade of gypsy funeral punk to it, long brass notes somewhere between exoticism and blues, chorus rooted in folk song. Eyes grow more like saucers when 'Unsweet Meat' unfurls its seductive and increasingly frantic groove, erupting into stepping rhythm and closing chant. Elsewhere, 'Inner Iggy' is a jangling rock 'n' roll classic, and 'Swan' is a broken and honest but sweet piano solo. The point being, you won't hear much like this again for a while.
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Dream Hunting In The Valley Of The In Between (gatefold 2xLP (side 4 etched) + MP3 download code)
Cat: SP 1350. Rel: 15 May 20
  1. Dreamers (0:49)
  2. Cloud Nein (3:23)
  3. On The Mend (3:42)
  4. Lonely Beuys (3:58)
  5. Future Peg (2:55)
  6. Goat (4:15)
  7. Inner Iggy (2:14)
  8. Hunters (3:42)
  9. Oyster Point (0:29)
  10. The Prettiest Song In The World (2:31)
  11. Animal Attraction (5:40)
  12. Sheela (2:38)
  13. Unsweet Meat (2:38)
  14. Swan (1:20)
  15. Powder My Wig (4:11)
  16. If Only (3:39)
  17. In The Valley Of The In-Between (1:02)
Review: Ryan Kattner fronts a Man Man album for the first time in seven years, and there's a lot going on. Within the first two tracks alone, 'Dreamers' and 'Cloud Nein', we've had a sultry evening's jazz warm up and a rollocking, boozy, piano rock stomper of the early-Cold War Kids variety. Off we go. 'Goat' is a curious epic that has more than a shade of gypsy funeral punk to it, long brass notes somewhere between exoticism and blues, chorus rooted in folk song. Eyes grow more like saucers when 'Unsweet Meat' unfurls its seductive and increasingly frantic groove, erupting into stepping rhythm and closing chant. Elsewhere, 'Inner Iggy' is a jangling rock 'n' roll classic, and 'Swan' is a broken and honest but sweet piano solo. The point being, you won't hear much like this again for a while.
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100% Yes (CD)
Cat: 804285. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Boot & Spleen
  2. This Is The Squeeze
  3. Born In The Manor
  4. Every Single Day
  5. It Is What It Is
  6. From The Mouth
  7. Crocodile
  8. Don't Think Twice
  9. Chop Chop
  10. 100% Yes
Review: Sax specialist Pete Wareham is back and in fine form here, with his MYD project proving once again that they are the most rambunctious, rowdy, party-starting and genre-smashing jazz-rock sextet out there. Packing more energy into this studio-recorded track list than most bands can summon on stage, opening with the ferocious and propellant 'Boot & Spleen', we begin with blood, sweat and tears en masse. From there it's very much a dancefloor affair - telling of Wareham's decision to lead this esteemed band of players beyond traditional jazz clubs and into non-seated rock venues. The plan worked, and in many ways this record distills the elements that got the troupe noticed in those spaces. 'This Is The Squeeze' is all stomping rhythm, while 'From The Mouth' is as close to garage as we've heard a brass-focused ensemble reach. Throw in the stoned groove of 'Don't Think Twice' and the deal is done. Recommended stuff.
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Muzz (LP)
Cat: OLE 14581. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Bad Feeling (2:39)
  2. Evergreen (4:42)
  3. Red Western Sky (3:11)
  4. Patchouli (3:26)
  5. Everything Like It Used To Be (3:52)
  6. Broken Tambourine
  7. Knuckleduster (4:21)
  8. Chubby Checker (2:42)
  9. How Many Days (3:05)
  10. Summer Love (4:02)
  11. All Is Dead To Me (3:34)
  12. Trinidad (2:07)
Review: It's always exciting when some of your favourite artists announce a new musical project. Clearly, then, we were pretty excited about Muzz. Featuring Interpol's Paul Banks, Josh '1/3 of Bonny Light Horseman' Kaufman and Matt Barrick (see: The Walkmen, Fleet Foxes touring band), if the total is equal to the sum of those parts then we should be in for a treat. Not a let down in earshot, all 12 tracks are immediately enthralling. 'Evergreen' and its sombre, reflective guitar strokes combined with subtle electronic effects. The massive, scuzzy rock 'n' roll of 'Knuckleduster'. The heart-wrenching crooning of 'All Is Dead To Me'. A work of many layers, it's a soulful and immersive thing packed with an incredible amount of feeling, and made possible by an incredible level of talent.
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High Violet (10th Anniversary Expanded Edition) (trifold white & purple marbled vinyl 3xLP)
4AD
Cat: 4AD0 244LPX. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Terrible Love (4:39)
  2. Sorrow (3:24)
  3. Anyone's Ghost (2:54)
  4. Little Faith (4:32)
  5. Afraid Of Everyone (4:19)
  6. Bloodbuzz Ohio (4:37)
  7. Lemonworld (3:23)
  8. Runaway (5:33)
  9. Conversation 16 (4:17)
  10. England (5:38)
  11. Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks (4:05)
  12. Terrible Love (alternate version) (4:18)
  13. Wake Up Your Saints (4:12)
  14. You Were A Kindness (4:25)
  15. Walk Off (2:40)
  16. Sin Eaters (3:39)
  17. Bloodbuzz Ohio (live) (3:54)
  18. Anyone's Ghost (live) (3:00)
  19. England (live) (6:41)
Review: A decade has passed since The National made their commercial breakthrough with fifth album, "High Violet", a set which many critics still believe is the Ohio-based band's finest full-length to date. To celebrate the anniversary, the band's label 4AD has decided to press it on vinyl for the very first time, packaging the marbled purple and white vinyl in a triple-gatefold sleeve. It's an awesome package, but what will excite fans most is the third slab of wax. This features a mixture of rare, hard-to-find and previously unreleased material from the period, including a trio of live recordings, the near-mythical "Wake Up Your Saints" and "Walk Off", and a fine alternate mix of "Terrible Love".
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Live Vol 1 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BEC 5650737. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Enter (3:00)
  2. Myenemy (3:33)
  3. Bemyself (4:27)
  4. Comedown (3:27)
  5. Lightenup (4:58)
  6. Gamesofluck (3:33)
  7. Intrude (0:57)
  8. Withorwithout (4:41)
  9. Retuned (0:42)
  10. Everyroad (7:45)
  11. Overnight (3:58)
  12. Untried (1:28)
  13. Yourfault (4:22)
  14. Closetowhy (4:08)
  15. Redline (2:59)
  16. IknowhowIfeel (2:57)
  17. Elude (2:53)
  18. Tieduprightnow (4:35)
Review: Here's something you don't come across that often: a "live" album that captures straight-to-tape (literally) studio recordings rather than a performance in front of the paying public. In Parcels defence, the results are impressive, in part because their chosen location, legendary Berlin institution Hansa Studios, boasts the kind of analogue recording and mixing equipment that neatly fits their warm, mixed-up trademark sound (think West Coast rock, blue-eyed soul, funk-ruck fusion). Many of the songs segue into each other as they would during a live performance, with new interludes and previously unheard songs adding a frisson of disco-fired dancefloor goodness to proceedings. It might not be a pure live album, but it's a hugely enjoyable listen.
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Cat: OLE 1549CD. Rel: 15 May 20
  1. Whole Life
  2. Describe
  3. Without You
  4. Jason
  5. Leave
  6. On The Floor
  7. Your Body Changes Everything
  8. Moonbend
  9. Just A Touch
  10. Nothing At All
  11. One More Try
  12. Some Dream
  13. Borrowed Light
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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Hot Slick (transparent orange vinyl LP)
Cat: HOP 027LPCOL. Rel: 29 May 20
  1. Hot Slick (4:38)
  2. Bad Girls Forever (2:59)
  3. Ponytail (3:09)
  4. After Hours (3:32)
  5. Daisies (3:09)
  6. Read My Lips (3:20)
  7. Set Me Off (3:04)
  8. Love You To Death (3:19)
  9. Ghosting (3:20)
  10. Bad Habit (3:17)
Review: Re-grouped and, if the introductory stomp here is much to go by, re-charged, Manchester's PINS return with a generous helping of sound clash business, melding filthy electro sleaze and playful rock with two deft and confident hands, the results of which should score big with fans of seductive disco sludge. And let's face it that's pretty much most of us. Tracks like 'Read My Lips' and 'Bad Habit' are fine examples of a dark but alluring edge this lot seem more than capable of creating, while 'Daisies' could almost replace Wilson Phillips to score the final scene of 'Bridesmaids'. Which is certainly no bad thing. "We can keep going" the band threaten over 'Ghosting''s compressed but intense rave punk. Based on this, we're more than happy with that idea.
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Hot Slick (LP)
Cat: HOP 027LP. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Hot Slick (4:38)
  2. Bad Girls Forever (2:59)
  3. Ponytail (3:09)
  4. After Hours (3:32)
  5. Daisies (3:09)
  6. Read My Lips (3:20)
  7. Set Me Off (3:04)
  8. Love You To Death (3:19)
  9. Ghosting (3:20)
  10. Bad Habit (3:17)
Review: Re-grouped and, if the introductory stomp here is much to go by, re-charged, Manchester's PINS return with a generous helping of sound clash business, melding filthy electro sleaze and playful rock with two deft and confident hands, the results of which should score big with fans of seductive disco sludge. And let's face it that's pretty much most of us. Tracks like 'Read My Lips' and 'Bad Habit' are fine examples of a dark but alluring edge this lot seem more than capable of creating, while 'Daisies' could almost replace Wilson Phillips to score the final scene of 'Bridesmaids'. Which is certainly no bad thing. "We can keep going" the band threaten over 'Ghosting''s compressed but intense rave punk. Based on this, we're more than happy with that idea.
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Hot Slick (CD)
Cat: HOP 027CD. Rel: 29 May 20
  1. Hot Slick
  2. Bad Girls Forever
  3. Ponytail
  4. After Hours
  5. Daisies
  6. Read My Lips
  7. Set Me Off
  8. Love You To Death
  9. Ghosting
  10. Bad Habit
Review: Re-grouped and, if the introductory stomp here is much to go by, re-charged, Manchester's PINS return with a generous helping of sound clash business, melding filthy electro sleaze and playful rock with two deft and confident hands, the results of which should score big with fans of seductive disco sludge. And let's face it that's pretty much most of us. Tracks like 'Read My Lips' and 'Bad Habit' are fine examples of a dark but alluring edge this lot seem more than capable of creating, while 'Daisies' could almost replace Wilson Phillips to score the final scene of 'Bridesmaids'. Which is certainly no bad thing. "We can keep going" the band threaten over 'Ghosting''s compressed but intense rave punk. Based on this, we're more than happy with that idea.
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Cat: ESP 070. Rel: 21 May 20
  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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