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Fat History Month
Bad History Month

Here’s the latest LP from are-they-serious?/aren’t-they-serious? indie rockers Fat History Month, who peddle a style of slightly folk-influenced indie rock which will remind you of Three Mile Pilot, Archers of Loaf ...view item »

Jesse Ruins
A Film

Romantic and wide-eyed electronica gets breathed in and out in A Film, the debut record from trio Jesse Ruins who have expanded from their origins, incorporating stunning shoegaze inclinations. There are even drums. The sound of a quietened IDM record getting thrown into the wide open. ...view item »

Mucky Sailor
Early Lad

Leeds lads Mucky Sailor release their debut long player 'Early Lad', it's a crazy mix of prog synths and math rhythms, rumour has it that they're pretty bonkers live and it really shows on record too, 'Tranzpennine Express' is like Jethro Tull being stage invaded by ...view item »

Chester Endersby Gwazda
Shroud

Chester Endersby Gwazda is a new name to me but he’s a household name back in his native Baltimore, with a history of performing with and producing records for all the Wham City elite as well as touring with the likes of Dan Deacon. On &ls...view item »

Pan Aurora
Fragment#6

Another part of our Monopsone - Fragments triple bill (see also Darko and The Declining Winter), here are Pan Aurora whose sound is a very European style electronic pop which sits ...view item »

Ignatz
Can I Go Home Now

Named after a violent brick-throwing mouse in the comic Krazy Katz, Ignatz is the alter-ego of Belgian acoustic singer-songwriter and artist Bram Devens. Can I Go Home Now is his fifth home-recorded album (the previous four being self-released). Acoustic, effect-driven songs recorded on a four-track and computer. On vin...view item »

Spanish Dance Troupe
La Muerte Del Amor En Andalucia

Spanish Dance Troupe (named after an album by Welsh rockers Gorky's Zygotic Mynci) is the alter-ego of half-south American, half-Japanese musician Ricardo. Now residing in Cardiff, Ricardo has, as you would expect, picked up a lot of international flavours. La Muerte Del Amor En Andalucia is a conc...view item »

Evile
Skull

I've never been too big on this band. I listened to Enter The Grave, thought they were solid but I didn't know if they were worth it. Skull however is worth it for the most part. The riffs on the album are incredibly catchy. The drumming isn't the best of all the thrash bands but the vocals are great. This is one of the best if not better albums...view item »

Sonny & The Sunsets
Antenna To The Afterworld

Restless soul Sonny Smith is back with another outing for Polyvinyl. Antenna To The Afterworld chronicles the writer’s time spent reflecting on the afterlife - from the perspective of alien visiting earth. This is charmingly homespun stuff as usual, but with added flashes of colour and odd...view item »

Ralfe Band
Son Be Wise

Ralfe Band’s warm and evocative soundtrack to quirky Boosh-related surreal comedy ‘Bunny & The Bull’ was my introduction to the band and still gets pretty regular spins at my house, although I’m sorry...view item »

Muuy Biien
This Is What Your Mind Imagines

I thought Happy Happy Birthday To Me pretty much exclusively dealt in upbeat and sometimes twee indie pop business, so imagine my surprise when I bung this Muuy Biien LP on the stereo to discover that actually this lot specialise in &lsq...view item »

GRMLN
Empire

More fuzzy guitar pop music, certainly more in a 90s style. You’d think from the sleeve that this was some kind of synth/horror music. If that’s what you want then you will be disappointed by that flat out West Coast punk pop on show. It’s as commercial as a clown's red nose. ‘Hand Pistol’ recalls ...view item »

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