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Prurient
Frozen Niagara Falls

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9/10 according to our Ant on 15th May 2015

Dominick Fernow has become somewhat of thee “noise” poster boy in recent years. If such a thing would appear to be anti-noise then you can blame the internet for that. He clearly works tirelessly with his Hospital Productions label and over the past 17 years has produced an immense discograp…view full details.

Destroyer
Poison Season

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6/10 according to our Robin on 27th August 2015

Destroyer’s Dan Bejar and Frog Eyes’ Carey Mercer used to be in yelping Canadian indie rock band Swan Lake, and now they’ve released new albums on the very same day -- apparently nobody told their pal Spencer Krug, who’s probably out in Finland singing t…view full details.

Vibracathedral Orchestra
Rec Blast Motorbike

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8/10 according to our Robin on 20th August 2015

Here they are then: the original Vibracathedral Orchestra, all together for maximum weirdo effect, churning their droned noise for VHF. The chances are that the Northerners among you will have seen one or two of the artists responsible for this purdy cacophony doing strange things to an instrument or box of pringles, but collectively they’…view full details.

Muse
Showbiz

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180g vinyl repress 2LP on Warners

Joy Division
Unknown Pleasures

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180g vinyl reissue LP on Rhino - 2007 remaster. Debut album by Salford post-punkers Joy Division. Recorded in April 1979, Martin Hannet's unique production techniques and Ian Curtis's doomed lyrics and monotone vocal lend the album a downbeat greatness that has been often emulated yet rarely surpassed. One of only two albums recorded by the band before Curtis's tragic suicide in 1980. …view full details.

Courtney Barnett
Sometimes I Sit And Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit

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9/10 according to our Robin on 18th March 2015

Australian prankster Courtney Barnett is back for the first proper record of her deconstructionist indie pop, in which she talks her way into songs and jokes her way out of dodgy situations. We’ve talked a lot about how happy we are with the potential cancellation of Top Gear and the death knell for Jeremy Clarkson recently, but I would li…view full details.

Back in: Wednesday 26th August 2015

Hooton Tennis Club
Highest Point In Cliff Town

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5/10 according to our Clinton on 26th August 2015

Ach. When debut single ‘Jasper’ piped out of the airwaves I thought Hooton Tennis Club could be the next great British hope for slacker guitar pop. This debut however disappointingly falls way short of finding us a new Teenage Fanclub for the post mp3 generation. Concerns start early, ope…view full details.

Majeure
Romance Language

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9/10 according to our Phil on 14th November 2013

It’s been such a long time since Ultravox released a hit, and that song ‘Feed The World’ song Midge did with rugged trampface Geldof, but it’s nice to finally have him back making music. Oh this isn’t Midge Ure? It’s Majeure? That Anthony Pattera fella from …view full details.

Goat
Live Ballroom Ritual

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9/10 according to our Brian on 29th November 2013

I was moaning to Mike the other morning as to why there appeared to be no DVD issue of this and he snappily retorted, "Maybe they didn't film it?". I just assume they film everything these days but maybe that's just all the twats with their mobile phones innit? An eternal bone of gig-going contention if ever there was one to gnaw hungrily on.…view full details.

BEAK / KAEB
Split EP

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 28th July 2015

Why bother finding a band to share a split 12” with when you can just reverse your name and do it all by yourselves. This is also a double B side and if you thought that meant all the songs were bad then you’ve got another thing coming. They are all good. On the first side Geoff Barrows's Beak do two swirly krauty almost…view full details.

Pere Ubu
Dub Housing

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 20th August 2015

In our latest filing disaster, Pere Ubu was filed under U so in an attempt to redress the balance I shall say some nice words on what is generally considered to be their best work the magnificently titled ‘Dub Housing’. Pere Ubu are one of those bands which surely must have sounded at the time like they had just arrived from …view full details.

Guided By Voices
Bee Thousand

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Remastered gatefold LP on Scat. Not only is Bee Thousand widely regarded as one of the best Guided By Voices albums, but it is also widely regarded as one of the best indie rock albums ever made. Reissued for its 20th anniversary, the album has been remastered, is housed in a hefty gatefold sleeve and is pressed on high-quality vinyl. This album is so good, it even had a beer made in its honour - Beer Thousand.…view full details.

Grave Babies
Holographic Violence

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6/10 according to our Robin on 22nd July 2015

So… this isn’t a goregrind band? Okay then: on first take, it seems that your average grave baby wants to make sombrely anthemic hard rock with old-school riffs and industrial beats. I want to make a joke about Trent Reznor being in a dated rawk band, right now, but I don’t know any bands, so…view full details.

Al Lover
Cave Ritual Redux

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7/10 according to our Robin on 19th August 2015

Yelping into an echoed mic today is Al Lover, who according to press boasts has been melting down the elixirs of hip-hop beatmaking and farout psych rock into one magic potion, making his ‘Cave Ritual’ record record that little bit less kosmische. In actuality, he starts out sounding kinda like …view full details.

Back in: Tuesday 25th August 2015

My Bloody Valentine
EP's 1988-1991

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8/10 according to our Nathon on 11th May 2012

Three previously unreleased MBV songs you say? Oh, go on then.  Let's get those 'new' tracks out of the way first. None of them sound like they could be on Loveless, which is a good thing in my book, so if you prefer that earlier MBV sound then you should give these a listen. 'Angel' is the best by far with a gorgeous, breathy Bilin…view full details.

Peace
Happy People

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Yellow coloured vinyl LP on Columbia. Second album from Midlands-based Peace after 2013’s In Love. Written on and influenced heavily by their extensive touring, it’s an indie rock smasher for fans of Foals, Vampire Weekend and the Maccabees. Available on double yellow/blue vinyl, single yellow vinyl or CD with additional digi-pack. So many options! On Columbia Records.…view full details.

D'Angelo and The Vanguard
Black Messiah

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2LP on RCA. Returning after an almost fourteen year absence, D’Angelo finally follows up his influential ‘Voodoo’. This is a politicised record of soul, funk and hip-hop hybrids, of daring lyrics combining eroticism and state-of-the-nation pleas and of warm R&B backing from his long-term band. The pieces on this vinyl double LP are so confident and natural it’s difficult to imagine …view full details.

Bully
Feels Like

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LP on Columbia. Bully are a group who make punk’n’grunge tinged rock music, and do so from a base in Nashville. They do their thing fairly effectively, with the requisite amount of grit in singer Alice Bognanno’s voice, and suitable amounts of fast-paced guitar business. You know how it goes. All self-produced too. Mmmmm. On Columbia.…view full details.

Shellac
Excellent Italian Greyhound

33 people love me. Be the 34th...

9/10 according to our Ant on 1st June 2007

The year of our lord Thursday May 31st 2007 AD. A box arrives at Norman HQ from one of our distros. We are fully aware of its contents. We can barely contain the excitement. I start fumbling as I attempt to open the box... I'm in.... Behold in all its glory 'Excellent Italian Greyhound' the new LP from Shellac !!!!In my teens I was somewhat of…view full details.

J Dilla
The Shining

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On February 10th, 2006, the world of Hip Hop lost J Dilla aka Jay Dee.On August 22nd, 2006 J Dilla’s 'The Shining' served as a testament to the fact that legends never die.James ‘J Dilla’ Yancey leaves behind an impression on Hip Hop that will last the test of time. A bridge between Hip Hop’s underground and mainstream, Dilla’s contributions ranged from single handedly defining Detroit Hip
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Real Estate
Days

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10/10 according to our Li'l Biz on 12th October 2011

I don't know if I'm just going soft in my old age but I love this sophomore effort from NJ's Real Estate. After an impressive debut on Woodsist, an EP on Mexican Summer and a slew of singles the group have settled in nicely to their nostalgia-inducing style and found themselves a perman…view full details.

Caribou
Our Love

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 2nd October 2014

Caribou has had varied career since his early days trading under the Manitoba moniker. I remain the only person on earth still unconvinced by the ‘Swim’ album. In fact when I heard the promo, I stated loudly and to no-one in particular that his career was “over”. I’m open to the sugg…view full details.

Shellac
Dude Incredible

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8/10 according to our Li'l Biz on 11th September 2014

Now then, new Shellac album. Alright! Bob, Todd and Steve are still releasing records in an archaic yet highly enjoyable fuck you music industry/fuck you internet fashion, proving time and time again that it's possible to sell records in a saturated and totally fucked marketplace as long you're savvy enoug…view full details.

Circuit Des Yeux
In Plain Speech

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LP on Thrill Jockey in old style tip-on sleeve. Haley Fohr a.k.a Circuit Des Yeux returns with In Plain Speech. Her evocative baritone vocals evoke the fine works of Anthony, whilst the emotive content proves no less alluring. Features a raft of Chicagoan collaborators from Cooper Crain (Cave, Bitchin Bajas) to Whitney Johnson (Verma). Out on CD and vinyl LP from Thrill Jockey.…view full details.

The Rolling Stones
Sticky Fingers

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Deluxe remastered 2LP reissue with zip on Polydor. An album that probably needs no introduction here: The Rolling Stones trouser-bulging Sticky Fingers. This has of course never gone out of print, so this latest reissue goes all out, with three CDs (original remastered album, live tracks and outtakes), a DVD of footage, hardback book, prints, posters… Its all here. Or you could get the vinyl.…view full details.

Various
Tom Furse Digs

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LP on Lo Recordings inc. Johnny Hawksworth, Eugene Cines, Roger Roger, Larry Kraman etc.. This is a compilation of library music treasures put together by Tom Furse of The Horrors for the British label, Southern Music Library. All nineteen tracks were chosen from the Southern Library Of Recorded Music and include tracks by library music staples Nino Nardini, Roger Roger and Johnny Hawksworth.…view full details.

The Fall
Live At The Witch Trials

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180g vinyl reissue LP on Sanctuary. Originally released through the legendary punk label Step-Forward in 1979, Live At The Witch Trials by The Fall finally gets the reissue treatment for a new generation of fans. As a debut album it’s rugged and repetitive forging the template that Mark E. Smith would become famous for. Out on 2CD and 180 gram vinyl from Castle Music and Sanctuary.…view full details.

Mogwai
Come On Die Young

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8/10 according to our Brian on 18th July 2014

To many, CODY represents Mogwai's most successful long-playing attempt at a "classic". Others cite 'Rock Action' as their masterpiece. I am a bit of a cynical twat however and refuse to acknowledge that this long-running Glasgow bunch have ever quite reached those dizzying heights on record. Every album they've done has had me staring at my watc…view full details.

Can
Ege Bamyasi

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• Following the release of the ‘Can Vinyl Box’, the limited edition box set that consisted of 17 LPs housed in a linen wrapped box, Mute are now proud to release the Can studio albums individually on vinyl. • Released in batches, the first albums in the series to be released are ‘Ege Bamyasi’, ‘Monster Movie’, ‘Soundtracks’ and ‘Tago Mago’. • The albums

Can
Landed

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Remastered LP on Mute. Following the release of the Can Box, Mute are reissuing all of Can’s albums separately. Landed is Can’s 7th studio album and was originally released in 1975. The album was produced by the band and they utilised a 16-track recorder for the first time which allowed them to add more layers of sound. Land…view full details.

Can
Monster Movie

13 people love me. Be the 14th...

10/10 according to our Phil on 19th June 2014

I’ve been asked to write about a bunch of Can albums because apparently I’m the man in the know. So all of those years of unemployment I spent getting high listening to Can weren't totally wasted, tell that to your careers officer. Choosing your favourite Can album is like choosing a favourite child. Put simply it’s plainly wro…view full details.

Real Estate
Atlas

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9/10 according to our Clinton on 26th February 2014

There is something very reassuring about knowing that there are some things in life you can rely on. In a recent interview, Real Estate guitarist/singer Martin Courtney said ”I know the path that we’re going down and it’s not to say that we fear change or anything, it’s just I think I like this sound”. I do …view full details.

Bjork
Vulnicura

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10/10 according to our Robin on 12th March 2015

‘Vulnicura’ is so unconditionally painful. It is above and beyond the call of duty of any sad singer-songwriter album. It is a full consumption of heartbreak; an analysis of how to struggle with it, a treatise in feeling it, and an exhibition of the physical sound it makes. That’s a lot for one record to cover, but her…view full details.

Paul Smith & The Intimations
Contradictions

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 20th August 2015

Perma-hatted Maximo Park frontman Paul Smith strikes out on his own again for an album of pleasant, serviceable indie-pop that doesn’t sound that far removed from his parent band. Smith has been most impressive of late when producing music outside his comfort zone (his collab with pal David Brewis of …view full details.

Chihei Hatakeyama + Federico Durand
Magical Imaginary Child

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Japanese CD on White Paddy Mountain. This duo brings electric guitar (Chihei Hatakeyama) and tapes (Federico Durand) together for some ambient jams, reportedly recorded with a Buddha statue in mind. This is the first time the two have collaborated, and they seem to have stumbled upon some pretty potent chemistry. Magical Imaginary Child is released by White Paddy Mountain.…view full details.

Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier
An Age of Wonder

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8/10 according to our Mike on 28th March 2012

Those excellent Frenchies at La Station Radar have hit us up with some copies of this new LP of spooky nostalgic vibes from Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier, with each side offering up a single long and evocative piece of music. Mixing the neo-spiritualist post-dub psychedelia of Sun Araw or …view full details.

crx091081gb
Becoming The Camracid

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9/10 according to our Robin on 3rd August 2015

This cassette comes lovingly pressed by another human tasked with the responsibility of being named Robin. I wish him a merry Christmas well in advance. Robin Price is his name, but crx091081gb is his unintelligible alias, a non-word that sounds like a computer crying. Last year we were treated to a belching tape of acid in the form of ‘Tr…view full details.

Heldon
Soutien à la RAF

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9/10 according to our Jim on 8th July 2014

High quality vinyl reissues of 3 ultra-rare, groundbreaking 7”s by France’s greatest guitar innovator and electronic music pioneer, Richard Pinhas. Pinhas is a pivotal figure in the experimental underground, if you’ve never heard of him just take a look down the list of some of his collaborators to get an idea of the kind of th…view full details.

Schizo
Le Voyageur

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9/10 according to our Jim on 8th July 2014

High quality vinyl reissues of 3 ultra-rare, groundbreaking 7”s by France’s greatest guitar innovator and electronic music pioneer, Richard Pinhas. Pinhas is a pivotal figure in the experimental underground, if you’ve never heard of him just take a look down the list of some of his collaborators to get an idea of the kind of th…view full details.

Grouper
The Man Who Died In His Boat

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9/10 according to our Brian on 1st February 2013

Well it's always nice when an artist you love casually unearths an entire album of unreleased material. Liz Harris is a favourite of many of us here, we love her somnolent ethereal ghost-folk and grainy drone-scapes to bits. As these tunes are from the 'Dragging a Dead Deer...' sessions they fall largely in t…view full details.

Andy Stott
Faith In Strangers

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9/10 according to our Laurie on 13th November 2014

What has Andy Stott been up to since 2012’s shimmeringly reverberated Luxury Problems? As it turns out, he’s still been obsessing over his piano teacher’s voice, as well as recording his mate playing none other than the humble euphonium. This new one could signal a wider range of styles than ever before, and from the g…view full details.

Benoit Pioulard
Sonnet

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 21st March 2015

The American not actually called Benoit Pioulard can’t escape the drone. Getting lost in a strong mood seems to be his ultimate liquor, with some extreme potency present in our much-plugged most recent podcast. The fading tones of …view full details.

Spotlight Kid
Ten Thousand Hours

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 29th July 2015

Phil commented quite correctly that there are no good bands with the word ‘kid’ in their name. I’d also like to add that there aren’t that many great bands who have taken their name from a famous album. So Spotlight Kid are 2-0 down before the needle even goes on the record. Luckily they start clawing things back pretty q…view full details.

Back in: Monday 24th August 2015

Federico Zampaglione / Andrea Moscianese
TULPA Perdizioni mortali

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Ltd multicolour splatter vinyl OST LP + CD on Cinedelic. Soundtrack composed by the director’s brother, Francesco Zampaglione, and Andrea Moscianese. Pressed in a limited edition of 333 copies on multicolored splatter vinyl LP with a bonus CD. Tracks: Side A: Tulpa Phurba Lonely Nights Working My Ass Off Black Meditation Side B: …view full details.

The Fall
Dragnet

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180g vinyl reissue LP on Sanctuary. The second album from The Fall gets the reissue treatment here. Dragnet, recorded in 1979, established the routine to which Mark E. Smith would indefinitely adhere; new music and new members. In contrast to Live At The Witch Trials, Dragnet features decidedly muddy production, setting a precedent for future albums. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Castle Music and Sanctuary.…view full details.

Back in: Friday 21st August 2015

Pye Corner Audio
Sleep Games

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9/10 according to our Brian on 26th October 2012

A fresh selection of dilapidated sloth-techno and decaying witching-hour electronica from this new master of home-brewed analogue doom. His wonderful eerie sounds come replete with an austere yet comfortingly nostalgic outlook that no-one until now has quite done this way. The first track makes me think of the Dutch techno underground - it…view full details.

John Foxx & The Belbury Circle
Empty Avenues

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8/10 according to our ReviewBot300 on 3rd September 2013

Influential electronic pop veteran John Foxx teams up with Ghost Box’s finest on this latest EP, which sees Jim “Belbury Poly” Jupp and Jon “Advisory Circle” Brooks joining forces …view full details.

Chelsea Wolfe
Live at Roadburn 2012

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Limited red vinyl repress LP on Burning World. In 2012, the good people of the Netherlands’ Roadburn festival were treated to a set from dark and heavy electric-folkster Chelsea Wolfe. The performance was strong enough to merit a full blown release, and so the Burning World label have pressed up Live At Roadburn 2012 onto red vinyl, in a limited edition. Killer.…view full details.

Tape
Casino

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10/10 according to our Ian on 24th September 2014

It was while scouting the charity shops of Headingley in Leeds that I happened upon Swedish boys Tape and their amazing album ‘Luminarium’, it was probably the best £2.99 I’d ever spent and I was immediately hooked. Here is their latest for the Hapna label ‘Casino’ and It has cheered me up no end after a harro…view full details.

Jon Collin
Early Music

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 30th July 2015

I’m a 'pop' man at heart so I find it hard to write about records like this. The opening track is basically Collin picking away at a guitar like you’d pick at a scab. It’s very enjoyable but I’m finding that when he gets really excited and the needles start pushing into the red, it gets a bit intense for early on a Thursd…view full details.


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