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Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Records Records Records records are pleased to announce a special release for Record Store Day on 16 April 2011. A split single celebrating the return of Wet Paint from their brief hiatus as they pursued other activities - starting labels, writing…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!LIMITED TOUR EDITION VINYL 7“ WITH ONLY 500COPIES BEING PRODUCED EVER.THE BAND HAVE ALREADY RELEASED QUITE A FEW RECORDS WITH SPANISH LABEL BCORE TO SOME SUCCESS INTHEIR HOME COUNTRY, AS WELL AS IN FRANCE AND ITALY. THE BUZZ SURROUNDING THIS RE…view full details.
6/10 according to our Clinton on 9th December 2010The ploddy drum machine doesn't exactly excite but the noisy guitars and distorted vocals plonked on top, recalling Kurt Vile or Gary War, attempt to make up for it and do a decent job, particularly when the vocalist goes a bit mental halfway thro…view full details.
6/10 according to our Maggie on 19th November 2006Here is a signed 7" by Trailing Laces…view full details.
8/10 according to our Brian on 5th December 2006And there's more of them pesky 7"s still.....Here's a split on Suburban Trash…view full details.
8/10 according to our Dave on 6th May 2010I once had a dream about a family that moved into a nice suburban neighborhood. Their house was really nice, but next door to them there was a house that was empty, and quite oppressive looking. The family moved into their nice home, and quickly b…view full details.
6/10 according to our Dave on 11th March 2011Roddy Woomble is probably my second favourite Scotsman (after Finding Forrester) and almost definitely my favourite Roddy (just pipping Roddy Bottum to that mantle). His solo album is out soon (ish) and this is the first single from it. It's a wor…view full details.
6/10 according to our Dave on 8th December 2011It's been quite a good year for War On Drugs. For one, they've managed to win the war...not on drugs but on rugs (main man Adam Granduciel used to work in a Mexican carpet showroom called &ld…view full details.
8/10 according to our Brian on 22nd February 2008Xerox Teens are back under their sneaky XX Teens moniker. It'll be funny when they're bigger than Xerox and can buy their name back. I hate corporations me. Set of winkers. 'How to Reduce Chances of Being A Terror Victim' is a perplexing 'comeback…view full details.
8/10 according to our Maggie on 9th August 2007New 7" from Zan Pan with 'Sirens Of Titan'. Its a 70's style Bowie tinged space pop song. So prog its making my legs itch at the thought of all that cheap itchy material from back then. The b side's another 70's song with a guitar solo so grand …view full details.
9/10 according to our Brian on 29th December 2006A parcel we got this morning contained a 250 limited edition 12" by Archeology,…view full details.
8/10 according to our Dave on 7th July 2011Australia's second best pub rock band (after 30 Odd Foot Of Grunts) are back with the dirtiest slice of bluesy stomp heard this side of Wagga Wagga. The Grinderman lads have a reputation for being an awesome live rock act, and this single captu…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Placebo are well and truly back with arguably their best album ever – “LOUD LIKE LOVE” which will be released on the 16th September 2013, is the band’s seventh studio album. Recorded in London at RAK Studios duri…view full details.
6/10 according to our Mike on 27th March 2012Nice looking record, this. They've all got a total handmade feel to them with the screenprinted covers on thick white paper, and the record's an intimate and personal little thing too, with l…view full details.
9/10 according to our Phil on 7th May 2010The first time I heard this it took me on a total journey and it blew my head off. I couldn't believe how good it was! Concert Silence is the live duo of Matthew Cooper of Eluvium and Charles Buckingham and this album is the first of their manipul…view full details.
9/10 according to our Ant on 12th August 2010Around a month ago I had lazer eye surgery which was quite an experience to say the least! It felt like my brain was being re-wired as I was still conscious... I returned home and after the anaesthetic had worn off my eyes were burning like …view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Download the original attachmentTim Holehouse Tim Holehouse- "From The Dawn Chorus..." In a world full of singer/songwriters, just what we need, another one... Tim Holehouse is not just another J…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!"Welcome Oblivion" is the debut album on Columbia Records, by post-industrial group 'How To Destroy Angels' who are fronted by 'Nine Inch Nails' main-man Trent Reznor. Standard CD format has x13 trks & the Ltd (x750) double LP Vinyl…view full details.
8/10 according to our ReviewBot3000 on 3rd September 2013Public Information are this week presenting the first collection from Katie Gately (no relation to Stephen, Phil tells me), a Los Angeles native who has been making music for little over a year (t…view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Long out of print DELUXE reissue of the 2nd full-length by this highly respected band. In demand original copies are fetching very high on eBay these day. …view full details.
Review this item for us? Best review each week wins a £10 voucher!Morgan Zarate's second release for Hyperdub is a bold and unexpected move for him. He's been known in the past as the producer for leftfield soul group Spacek and also currently as one half of The Shining, signed to XL Records, bu…view full details.
8/10 according to our Maggie on 19th November 2006Well here's a unusual one called Seaming to…view full details.
8/10 according to our Phil on 16th November 2006TOBIAS FROBERG is the latest Swedish dude to infiltrate your indie senses courtesy of music l…view full details.