Still Corners Vinyl, CD & tapes by Still Corners at Norman Records

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Still Corners
Slow Air

Fourth album from Americanophile Brits Still Corners. Slow Air represents the band exploring the vastness of America, a vastness that finds itself on this album's songs. The instrumentation is intense and sparse, built from plucked guitars, minimal drums and synths, and of course Tessa Murray's haunting vocals. On Wrecking Light Records.

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The Last Exit

The Last Exit is the fifth album by London dream pop duo Still Corners. It is their third album for Wrecking Light, following two they recorded for Sub Pop. The band consist of producer and songwriter Greg Hughes and vocalist Tessa Murray. Their sound lands somewhere between that of Mazzy Star and misty Laurel Canyon-based songwriters of the 1970s. 
  • Vinyl LP (WLR003LP)
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  • Vinyl LP (WLR003LPX)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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Dead Blue

Still Corners debut 'Creatures of an Hour' was a real favourite here at the towers. Follow up 'Strange Pleasures' went really slick so it will be interesting to see what they come up with this time. Now not on Sub Pop the band have regrouped and now unleash their latest batch of whispery synth blasted pop. 

Still Corners
Creatures of an Hour


  • Vinyl LP (SP940)
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Strange Pleasures

The sophomore LP from Still Corners is their light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel record. Where 2010 debut Creatures Of An Hour was conceived in a post-breakup fug, Strange Pleasures turns the corner and stumbles on a vista of great beauty. This is highly evocative hypnagogic dream-pop that blends Haruomi Hosono, Real Estate and Cocteau Twins to glorious effect.

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Cuckoo

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Still Corners / The New Lines
Split

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Don’t Fall in Love / Wish

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Remember Pepper?

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