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Singles
Once More (limited white vinyl 7" + postcard + poster)
Cat: ON 210. Rel: 21 May 20
  1. Once More (3:11)
  2. At The Edge Of The Sea (2:41)
 in stock $9.19
Alben
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 $29.69
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino (Love Record Stores 2020) (gatefold heavyweight silver vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 339XM. Rel: 20 Jun 20
  1. Star Treatment (5:54)
  2. One Point Perspective (3:32)
  3. American Sports (2:35)
  4. Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino (3:33)
  5. Golden Trunks (2:53)
  6. Four Out Of Five (5:13)
  7. The World's First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip (3:00)
  8. Science Fiction (3:06)
  9. She Looks Like Fun (3:03)
  10. Batphone (4:25)
  11. The Ultracheese (3:39)
 in stock $22.34
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 $18.91
Bedroom (CD)
Cat: SCR 160. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Momo
  2. Push/Pull
  3. A Reason To Celebrate
  4. Gush
  5. Happy
  6. (The Silence)
  7. (Un)Happy
  8. If
  9. Is That What You Wanted To Hear?
  10. Forget The Credits
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Punisher (gatefold LP + MP3 download code + booklet)
Cat: DOC 200LP. 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)
 in stock $22.87
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 $19.96
Swim (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP Nachpressung)
Cat: SLANG 9550055. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. Odessa (5:16)
  2. Sun (5:44)
  3. Kaili (4:39)
  4. Found Out (3:21)
  5. Bowls (6:22)
  6. Leave House (5:13)
  7. Hannibal (6:18)
  8. Lalibela (2:14)
  9. Jamelia (3:57)
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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 to the 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 $24.44
Dreamland (blue vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: CMFS 1. Rel: 29 Jun 20
  1. Into My Arms (3:52)
  2. I Want It All (2:50)
  3. Simple Romance (3:16)
  4. Crash My Car (3:12)
  5. Dreamland Sequence (1:30)
  6. Cemetery (2:48)
  7. Youuu (3:58)
  8. Valentine (3:16)
  9. Nobody's Baby (3:47)
  10. Never Change (3:42)
  11. Strawberry Sunset (1:03)
  12. Lately III (3:46)
  13. Babe Ruth (3:19)
  14. Heaven Hearted (1:17)
  15. Let It All Out (3:49)
 in stock $22.60
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 $10.51
Civic Jams (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 312. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Forest (3:29)
  2. Jam (3:34)
  3. 1001 (4:48)
  4. 30 (feat Laura Groves) (3:12)
  5. Wolf (5:33)
  6. Loon (4:03)
  7. Tuesday (4:44)
  8. Text (5:25)
  9. Blurred (2:50)
 in stock $16.81
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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 in stock $18.91
Alles In Allem (LP + insert)
Cat: 519599 1. Rel: 19 May 20
  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)
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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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 in stock $26.27
Gods & Monsters (reissue) (limited numbered gatefold 180 gram audiophile orange marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2633C. Rel: 02 Jul 20
  1. No Direction Home (2:33)
  2. Gods & Monsters (2:04)
  3. Over My Shoulder (2:57)
  4. An Ordinary Girl (3:04)
  5. The Stars Look Familiar (3:48)
  6. Strange Without You (2:25)
  7. Astray (1:42)
  8. Hong Kong Lullaby (1:56)
  9. Sand & Glue (4:06)
  10. Avenue Of Hope (4:38)
  11. Dead Men's Cigarettes (2:50)
  12. Coincidence (2:40)
  13. I Believe (4:57)
 in stock $24.44
Jungle (Love Record Stores 2020) (gatefold gold vinyl LP)
XL
Cat: XL 647LPE. Rel: 20 Jun 20
  1. The Heat (3:15)
  2. Accelerate (3:05)
  3. Busy Earnin' (3:00)
  4. Platoon (3:13)
  5. Drops (2:54)
  6. Time (3:29)
  7. Smoking Pixels (1:47)
  8. Julia (3:15)
  9. Crumbler (3:02)
  10. Son Of A Gun (3:28)
  11. Lucky I Got What I Want (4:17)
  12. Lemonade Lake (5:44)
 in stock $18.39
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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 in stock $19.45
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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 in stock $19.45
Tower Of Age (LP + insert)
Cat: TIM 155LP. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Non (1:22)
  2. Hands (3:26)
  3. Beat Fall (3:06)
  4. A Higjly Textured Ceiling (1:31)
  5. Snake Tattoo (0:29)
  6. Twisting Vine (4:06)
  7. An Island (2:54)
  8. Victim's Jacket (2:09)
  9. Tower Of Age (1:54)
  10. The Symptom (5:51)
  11. Mice In The Night (3:40)
  12. Half Dormancy (3:06)
  13. Cricket Song Through Open Window (1:04)
 in stock $20.18
Morning Flare Symmetries (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FDTB 520. Rel: 30 Jun 20
  1. Ridge Street Connection (7:13)
  2. Cosmic 12 (14:02)
  3. Transparent Horizon Collapsing (8:40)
  4. Radiant Continuum (8:59)
 in stock $28.11
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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 in stock $35.21
Strangeitude (remastered) (green vinyl LP)
Cat: KSCOPE 1067. Rel: 25 Jun 20
  1. White Rhino Tea (5:54)
  2. Sploosh! (6:22)
  3. Saucers (7:29)
  4. Strangeitude (7:29)
  5. Bizarre Bazaar (4:04)
  6. Space Between Your Ears (7:47)
Gespielt von: Manu•Archeo
 in stock $18.65
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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Type II (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LAUNCH 187LPS. Rel: 15 May 20
  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 $17.34
All That Glue (limited gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + booklet in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: RT 0128LPE2. Rel: 15 May 20
  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 $24.44
All That Glue (gatefold 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: RT 0128LP. Rel: 15 May 20
  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.
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Cat: RT 0128CD. Rel: 15 May 20
  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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A Steady Drip Drip Drip (gatefold 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
BMG
Cat: 405053 8600810. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. All That (4:43)
  2. I'm Toast (3:33)
  3. Lawnmower (3:39)
  4. Sainthood Is Not In Your Future (4:19)
  5. Pacific Standard Time (4:23)
  6. Stravinsky's Only Hit (4:11)
  7. Left Out In The Cold (4:17)
  8. Self-Effacing (3:42)
  9. One For The Ages (3:49)
  10. Onomato Pia (2:53)
  11. IPhone (4:02)
  12. The Existential Threat (3:24)
  13. Nothing Travels Faster Than The Speed Of Light (4:25)
  14. Please Don't Fuck Up My World (3:15)
Review: Like any good pop album, Lorely Rodriguez's third is a personal work that tells compelling stories, allowing fans to step into her world and gain a better understanding of who she is, and where she's coming from. It's also ridiculously catchy and packed with polished, single-worthy tracks that make you wonder how we've survived since her last effort. 'I'm Your Empress Of' is certainly a different beast to its predecessors, not least 2015's jarring noise-pop debut, 'Me'. Here things are more accessible and perfectly formed, hanging on immediate beats and a clubby vibe. But it's no less innovative, introducing everything from samples of Rodriquez's mother to fleeting moments of idle chatter. The end product is a real work of art that should - if all is right with the world - prove to everyone the lady in question is among our era's foremost pop innovators.


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Grae (gatefold black & white vinyl 2xLP + booklets + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 348LPC1. Rel: 15 May 20
  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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Grae (CD)
Cat: JAG 348CD. Rel: 15 May 20
  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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 in stock $10.25
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