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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...view item »

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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. ...view item »

Still Corners
Strange Pleasures

London duo Still Corners’ 2011 debut ‘Creatures of an Hour’ was a real slinky dreampop gem which was very popular here at Norman Towers, so we’ve been waiting with bated breath for their follow-up effort on Sub Pop. Here it is, and it’s l...view item »

Still Corners

"The best new band in Britain right now". Not my words but the words of Phil Leigh, proprietor of the Norman Records empire. He may have some kind of a point from what I've heard so far. They certainly pursue a sound that is very 'now' - using the Broadcast template with old fashioned melancholic organ tones, drum machine, ...view item »

Still Corners / The New Lines

Here we have the latest from the hottest new things in the new-'60s scene. It's a transatlantic split between Still Corners, an English hype band, and The New Lines, an American band I've never heard of. Both offer pleasant excursions into psychedelic pop territory. I think that on first impressions I'm probably enjoying the New Lines side t...view item »

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Creatures of an Hour

Wine. You want to drink this album down with a wine. I dunno how exactly I'm supposed to feel about this collection of demure chamber melancholia & atmospheric indie chiming? 'Creatures of an Hour' appears to combine the hugely popular breathy introversion of bands such as Warpaint or Beach House & the cinematic sensu...view item »

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Don’t Fall in Love / Wish

Big fat deranged buzz single of the week alert. Yes, by the time you read this, it could well be sold out. "The Guardian" have been seduced but what does that really mean? Are Still Corners really that great? Phil was blown away by the slinky majesty of their previous collection 'Remember Pepper?' the other year then.... Nothing. Until now. Are ...view item »

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Remember Pepper?

More goodness this week.... It's great... I have a few days off and come back to a load of great new releases. The Still Corners have released a brilliant 6 track CD only EP. I've no idea what label it's on as I can't see any info on there at all so I can only assume it's self released. 'Remember Pepper' is it's name and it's 6 tracks of 60's influ...view item »