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OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark)
Souvenir

The 40th anniversary of electro-pop pioneers OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark) is being marked with a new set of singles-oriented releases titled Souvenir. Spanning all their singles from 1979 to the present day (including a brand new single ‘Don’t Go’), it comes as a 2xCD or 3xLP compilation, or as a lavish 5xCD + 2xDVD box set that includes a selection of unreleased material, live audio and video albums, and ‘Crush - The Movie’. 

Sevdaliza
ISON

Sevdalisa's debut album highlights and captures her unique minimalist style and existential themes. The album as a whole completely changed all previously known rules for what a visual album can be. This breakthrough album is already number 1 in U.S electronic charts on iTunes, and in the top 5 of electronic charts around the globe. ISON is simply stunning.

Solange
A Seat At The Table

Solange Knowles’ A Seat at the Table is one not to sleep on for any fans of neo-soul, funk and R&B. Directing an all-star ensemble of contributors including Raphael Saadiq and Sampha, Solange truly realises her vision of an album that explores black womanhood through a self-directed, empowering and contemporary lens.

Kean Kavanagh
Dog Person

Dogs. Now there's a subject and a half but as inclined as I am to rattle on about their brilliance we must stick to the script which in this case is Kean Kavanagh's debut 'Dog Person'. Kavanagh has been about a bit, firstly as leader of Irish label Soft Boy records and secondly as an artist who has supported the likes of Lana Del Ray and Slow Thai. His debut introduces the world to his bruised and love-struck persona  - the sort of happy-go-lucky tunesmith who might just win the race. 

John Maus
We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves

John Maus’ We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves is the record we both need and deserve. The 2011 album saw Maus (somewhat) hone the hypnagogic pop of his first two LPs in a ‘search for the perfect pop song’. Sometimes this means we get wistful, florid synth-pop in the mould of Maus’ good friend Ariel Pink; sometimes this means we get brisk, bracing Joy Division-esque post-punk; always it means we get a record that lays itself bare, bringing the bliss even as Maus coos things like 'let's kill every cop in sight'.

Hannah Diamond
Reflections

Not to be confused in any way, shape or form with former TVam presenter Anne Diamond, Hannah Diamond was part of PC Music but has now unleashed her first solo beast. It is a batch of scrubbed and shiny pop with a skewed-dance production which could be seen to rival SOPHIE in the weird modern pop compartment. It's dead personal too, with songs all about relationships, fractured or otherwise. 

Dan O'Farrell & The Difference Engine
Richard Scarry Lied To Me

Referring to the prolific children’s author of over three-hundred books, ‘Richard Scarry Lied To Me’ is the third studio album from Southampton-based folkabilly trio Dan O'Farrell & The Difference Engine. This one's much more diverse than their previous records, spreading out into jangly alternative rock reminiscent of early R.E.M. and urgent folk like Billy Bragg as well as dealing in softer, more acoustic sounds.

The Chills
Soft Bomb

The Chills’ third album 'Soft Bomb' is a bit of a lost classic - not just in terms of lost classic albums in general, but even within the band’s own catalogue. It was the follow up to 1990's 'Submarine Bells', which did extremely well for The Chills in their native New Zealand, but the lack of financial backing meant this sank without a trace upon release in 1992. Fire Records are righting the wrongs and reissuing the album of peppy Kiwi-indie. Includes arrangements by Beach Boys collaborator Van Dyke Parks.
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Eve Maret
Stars Aligned

Eve Maret is a synth whizz and producer who bases herself in Nashville, Tennessee. Stars Aligned is a dynamic album that incorporates influences from classic German acts such as Kraftwerk, Harmonia and Neu! to ground-breaking original artists such as Bjork and Laurie Anderson to electronic heroes Orbital.  On PRAH.

Lady Gaga
ARTPOP

ARTPOP (must be in caps!) was the third album by Lady Gaga, from way back in 2013 when the world was still relatively normal. She began recording the album whilst recovering from an injury sustained whilst touring her previous album Born This Way. Perhaps she decided to emulate Iggy Pop circa Metallic K.O. Contains the singles Applause, and G.U.Y.

David Sylvian
Alchemy: An Index of Possibilities

Alchemy: An Index of Possibilities was the second solo album by David Sylvian. The album is made up of two projects coming together, hence the use of the word alchemy in the title. Both projects were worked on in 1985, in between Sylvian's Brilliant Trees and Gone To Earth albums, and featured help from a number of creative types. Avant-garde composer Jon Hassell, Can’s Holger Czukay, Robert Fripp of King Crimson, Ryuichi Sakamoto, jazz trumpeter Kenny Wheeler and fellow Japan bandmate, Steve Jensen all contributed. 180g vinyl reissue on Virgin/EMI
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Tim Burgess
I Love The New Sky

Using his work outside of The Charlatans to explore slightly bolder textures and collaborate more freely, Tim Burgess heads in another new direction with his fifth solo record I Love The New Sky. Originating in sessions over ten years ago after a spurt of touring but lying dormant for ages, it was crafted with the help of former Spiritualized player Thighpaulsandra and Grumbling Fur’s Daniel O’Sullivan among others.

The Lovely Eggs
If You Were Fruit (Deluxe Version)

The Lovely Eggs are a punky duo out of Lancaster, UK who look like they've been around the rock 'n' roll block a few times but still retain enough brattish energy and invention in order to to keep their music fresh. If You Were Fruit was their debut album from 2009 which now comes in a deluxe edition featuring bonus tracks from their first EP Have You Ever Heard The Lovely Eggs? Comes on 'eat shit' coloured vinyl...whatever that is. 

Chilly Gonzales
A very chilly christmas

A Christmas album aimed specifically at capturing the sense of reflection (and sometimes sadness) that the festive season can bring, Canadian veteran Chilly Gonzales unveils ‘A Very Chilly Christmas’. The LP features guest contributions from Feist and Jarvis Cocker and includes one original composition alongside covers of both canonical festive classics and pop/rock standards - David Berman, Mariah Carey and everything in between.

Laundromat
Green EP

Laundromat is the recording moniker of Toby Hayes. 'Green EP' follows his critically successful 'Blue EP' (I see a theme developing here). The EP finds Hayes melding the motorik grooves of Can, the melodic tendencies of Blur and a number of lo-fi and experimental sounds into punchy alt-pop that would slot nicely into the BBC 6Music playlist.
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Laundromat
Blue EP

'Blue EP' by Laundromat aka Toby Hayes takes myriad influences and distills them into three tightly-produced melodic rock tunes. From Kim Deal to Blur, Can’s Jaki Leibzeit to Gonjasufi, Broadcast to Madlib, Hayes has pulled from a huge range of lo-fi, experimental, electronic and indie music here.
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FINNEAS
What They'll Say About Us

You know who FINNEAS is? Well, if I said he was the brother of massive pop star Billie Eilish, and that he has been part of the team behind her enormous success, then I think you are going to sit up and take notes. This is a vinyl 7" pressing of the haunting piano ballad 'What They'll Say About Us', plus an instrumental version of the same track if you want to holler along yourself.  
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Tom Sanders
Only Magic

'Only Magic' is the debut LP by Tom Sanders, a chap who is known for being the singer and guitarist in London indie band Teleman. The LP features the single ‘Little Human’, which Sanders wrote about his daughter. This emotional and poignant album drifts between indie-folk and pop with ease.  
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Isobel Campbell
Amorino

Amorino was the third solo album by former Belle & Sebastian chanteuse Isobel Campbell. Like her previous work it is inspired by fluffy things, teddy bears and kittens  - that sort of thing. But also she has a soft spot for French New Wave and European cinema. You know the drill by now. She made this with Bill Wells and it now comes back as a re-issue on Cooking Vinyl. 

Isobel Campbell
Milkwhite Sheets

Milkwhite Sheets is the fourth solo album by former Belle & Sebastian singer and cellist Isobel Campbell. It swaps here previous fluffy pop for a more folk inspired sound which takes influence from the likes of Anne Briggs and Shirley Collins. It features a mix of traditional songs, covers and a few Campbell originals. Now re-issued on Cooking Vinyl. 

Good Morning
Prize // Reward

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Vampire Weekend
Vampire Weekend

When they first appeared in 2007 Vampire Weekend showed the sort of magpie-like approach to mixing bits of world music and western rock not seen since Paul Simon's 'Graceland'. Theirs is a preppy, clever-clogs sound with lyrics concerning architecture and bus routes. Not your standard indie rock fare then. The original press release sums them up quite accurately as Franz Ferdinand meets the Bhundu Boys.   

PVA
Toner

Following the acclaim surrounding the release ‘Divine Intervention’ late in 2019, London trio PVA arrive on Big Dada with a new EP entitled 'Toner'. As well as three new tracks of slinky punk-funk which have been produced by Speedy Wunderground’s Dan Carey, 'Toner' also contains a trio of remixes from Mura Masa, Lynks and Girl Band’s Daniel Fox. 

Keiron Phelan & Peace Signs
Hobby Jingo

Keiron Phelan found fame (of sorts) as one half of State River Widening alongside David Sheppard. The duo also came good with their album 'Harp's Old Master'. Cut to a few years later and Phelan has found his own voice, making sophisticated songs that are reminiscent of those by the likes of The Kinks and The Divine Comedy. Phelan suggests that 'Hobby Jingo' is a summer album that never was.

Sebastien Tellier
Simple Mind

For his latest album ‘Simple Mind’, French musician and songwriter Sébastien Tellier revisits moments from his back catalogue in a series of minimalistic live takes. 'Simple Mind' contains tracks from throughout Tellier's long career, including cuts from classic albums like ‘Sexuality’ right up to his 2020 album ‘Domesticated’.

Bat For Lashes
Lost Girls

Natasha Khan gets back to Bat For Lashes for the project’s fifth album, and it’s vintage-tinted synth-pop baby! Lost Girls positions itself as a soundtrack to an imaginary 80’s teen movie, and it certainly fits that bill, with all the tropes and details in just the right place. Lost Girls is released by Bat For Lashes Records.

Ryuichi Sakamoto
Hidari Ude No Yume

Hidari Ude No Yume is the third solo album by Japanese composer, producer, singer and songwriter Ryuichi Sakamoto. The album’s title translates to Left Handed Dream. It was originally released in 1981. This is the first time the original version album has been released outside Japan as the version released worldwide by Epic Records contained several different tracks. Remastered from original tapes. On WEWANTSOUNDS.
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Kevin Morby
Harlem River

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Kiwi jr.
Football Money

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Tugboat Captain
Rut

Tugboat Captain are a bunch out of London who make charmingly harmonised pop music that takes something from the ramshackle indie-pop of the likes of Trust Fund and The Wave Pictures as well as classic songsmiths such as The Beatles and The Kinks. 'Rut' is higher-fi than Tugboat Captain's earlier home-recorded efforts due it to being taped at the legendary Abbey Road studios.  

Ariana Grande
thank u, next

thank u, next is without a doubt one of 2019's great pop albums. Released a mere six months after 2018's Sweetener, the album finds Ariana Grande dealing with personal upheaval by releasing a collection of self-confident bangers. Includes the 'My Favourite Things' interpolating '7 rings',  as well as singles 'thank u, next' and 'break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored'. On Island.
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The Beatles
Rubber Soul

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Mick Trouble
Here’s The Mick Trouble LP

Mick Trouble - a nearly man of post punk pop. A contemporary of Swell Maps and Television Personalities, if everything stayed on track he would have enjoyed the kind of success and acclaim given to Elvis Costello. That, unfortunately, is not not what happened. He disappeared before he was supposed to record a session for John Peel thus ending a promising career. The original tape for Here’s The Mick Trouble LP - lost since 1980 - was found in a cookie jar in Trouble’s basement. Emotional Response have pressed it on to wax at last.

Lorde
Melodrama

Melodrama by Lorde is the follow-up to the incredibly successful Pure Herione. Her debut was a suprisingly assured effort given that she was only 16. Now at the ripe old age of 20, Melodrama comes with a weight of expectation, but nothing that the girl, who was once described by David Bowie as being the future of music, can’t handle. Limited, deluxe edition translucent royal blue vinyl LP housed in a gatefold sleeve with six inserts and lyric booklet or 140g black vinyl LP in single sleeve with insert on Universal.
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Robin Turner
Believe In Magic: Heavenly Recordings - The First 30 Years

Founded by Jeff Barrett in 1990, Heavenly Recordings quickly garnered a reputation as one of Britain’s finest independent record labels, becoming a home to the likes of Saint Etienne, Doves, Beth Orton and Manic Street Preachers among many others. Still going strong thirty years later - Working Men’s Club have just scored a UK Top 30 album for the label at the time of writing - the first three decades of Heavenly's history are commemorated in this fine book by Robin Turner. 
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David Bowie & Morrissey
Cosmic Dancer

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Girl In Red
We Fell In Love In October

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Goldfrapp
Supernature

Supernature was the third album from London electronic music duo Goldfrapp. It carried on from 2003's Black Cherry in introducing glam rock and pulsating electronics into their previously folk-based sound palette. It was led by the single Ooh La La which went straight to number 4 in the hit parade introducing the band to an even wider audience. This new edition comes on transparent green vinyl in gatefold sleeve and with an exclusive art print of the original artwork. 
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Mermaid Chunky
Vest

Post punk performance art duo Mermaid Chunky make their music from Casio keyboards, drum machines, sax and pretty much anything they can get an acceptable sound from that they may find around the house. Whilst this all may seem very DIY, they are trained in classical and jazz music. Vest was produced by Capitol K. 

Hachiku
I'll Probably Be Asleep

My answer to any request for my availability or whereabouts is the title of the debut album from Australian dream poppers Hachiku. Though the music contained is a blend of slo-mo jams, breathy scenarios and lo-fi balladry there is an anger behind the beauty as bandleader explores the darkness in the world and the frustrations enveloping the life of the twenty something in 2020. 

Vorderhaus
Lights and Faces, Faces and Lights

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Prince
Sign O' The Times

Great news for all Prince fans who were rightly enthralled with last year’s 1999 box set - Warners’ excavation of The Purple One’s extensive vaults leads to this lavish re-issue of 1987’s masterpiece Sign O’ The Times. CD and LP box sets of various sizes are available, but the biggest one is a 13xLP / 8xCD + 1xDVD set that houses a grand total of 92 audio tracks, many of which have never been heard before. For those who want insights into the abandoned Dream Factory, Crystal Ball and Camille projects, this is the final word on this fantastic era for Prince. 

Various
Swinging Mademoiselles

This collection, out on limited-edition neon pink vinyl via Silva Screen, features rare tracks from the heyday of France's Yé Yé phenomenon, in which sultry young French women, armed with a dreamy innocence, sang sparkling, swinging Gallic pop. Featuring Petula Clark, Jacqueline Taieb and Katy David, expect vibrant vocals and alluring hits. 
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mxmtoon
dawn / dusk

A double-EP drop from Oakland-based singer-songwriter mxmtoon (also known as Maia) of ‘dawn’ - a record which was released digitally in the summer of 2020 - along with the new ‘dusk’, on one LP. This constitutes the second full-length release from the Florence & The Machine/The xx-style alt-popster after 2019’s ‘The Masquerade’ album, and explores the sense of duality and opposites that make up life.
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Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam
I Had A Dream That You Were Mine

This titanic super-duo of indie pop feelings-havers contains one Walkmen frontman and one Vampire Weekend songwriter -- Hamilton Leithauser is the former and Rostam Batmanglij the latter. With Leithhauser's band dissolving as Batmanglij quit his, the duo got together to write songs in grandiose baroque stylings, much in the mould of Leithauser's recent solo material. I Had a Dream That You Were Mine is a serene collection of newly-styled old fashioned, with "A 1000 Times", its lead single, a pulpy love song romp.
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The Bathers
Kelvingrove Baby

Scottish musician Chris Thompson uses the name The Bathers to make a sweet brand of chamber-pop that has made him a bit of national treasure in his homeland. 'Kelvingrove Baby', the third Bathers album, originally came out in 1997 and runs with the sophisti-pop style of its two predecessors. The record features Thompson's pal, James Grant of Love & Money, on guitar and backing vocals. 'Kelvingrove Baby' is reissued via Marina (Der Plan, Josef K).

El Perro del Mar
Free Land

The latest release from alternative popster El Perro del Mar is a seven-track 12" which concerns itself with creativity and freedom of thought. The main talking point is a collaboration with Dev Hynes (Blood Orange etc.) on a cover of the Black Sabbath song 'Changes'. Just one example of the free thinking, spiralling ideas on this mini-LP. 
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Brijean
Feelings

Influenced as much by jazz and soul as indie, percussionist Brijean Murphy - who is a session player with the likes of U.S. Girls and Toro Y Moi - unveils a collaboration with multi-instrumentalist and producer Doug Stuart called Brijean. Following their ‘Walkie Talkie’ mini-album last year, the project moves to Ghostly International for its full-length debut ‘Feelings’, an album stuffed with glorious pieces of psychedelic pop.
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Teenage Fanclub
Endless Arcade

‘Endless Arcade’ is the tenth studio album by Scottish indie legends Teenage Fanclub - but, significantly, it is also the band's first since the departure in 2018 of long-time co-lead vocalist and songwriter Gerard Love. Former Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci frontman Euros Childs comes into the line-up to plug the gap left by Love. Fortunately, such a profound shift hasn’t thrown the Fannies out of their stride - treading the fine line between heartbreak and joy, this new album fits neatly into their rich discography.
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Mint Julep
Stray Fantasies

With the band name Mint Julep you might expect a bunch of white suited gents from southern USA playing...well, I don’t know what. What Mint Julep actually are though, is an electronic pop duo made up of Hollie and Keith Kenniff, also a married couple. Mr. Kenniff is known for his experimental projects, the ambient Helios and the post-classical Goldmund. On Stray Fantasies however, we get straight up synth pop and you will enjoy it.
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Cigarettes After Sex
Affection

Cigarettes After Sex have made a big splash in 2017. Despite the dodgy name, the music is great. Affection, the El Paso, Texas band’s debut single, finally gets a physical release on 7” after previously only being available as a download. Buy this and discover where it all began for the ambient pop maestros.
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A Certain Ratio
Berlin

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Warmduscher
European Cowboy

We fell out with Warmduscher pretty early in their career on but I suppose it was our (ok...my) fault. Since then they have titled an album Tainted Lunch and all is forgiven - all friends again. On this 12" the exciting London based band get the remix treatment from the likes of Soulwax, Decius and Savage Gary creating a dancefloor edge to their sleazy garage rock racket. 

Pale Waves
Who Am I?

Crashing out of the gates with the huge-sounding lead single ‘Change’, Manchester-based Pale Waves make a lunge for the mainstream with their sophomore album ‘Who Am I?’. With former Muse, Biffy Clyro and Sigur Rós producer Rich Costey at the controls, Pale Waves' dreamy indie-pop sound is beefed up here and thus bestowed with a strident sense of purpose.
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Sinéad O'Connor
Trouble Of The World

‘Trouble of the World’ sees Sinead O’Connor return to the world of recorded music. This is a stunning version of the traditional gospel song once made famous by Mahalia Jackson. O’Connor, with the help of producer David Holmes, delivers a sparse, haunting, ultimately stirring rendition. This 7” is backed with an acapella version of the song. 

JARV IS
House Music All Night Long

Jarv Is is the new band Jarvis Cocker formed along with Serafina Steer, Andrew Mckinney from James Taylor Quartet, Jason Buckle from All Seeing I and Adam Betts from Three Trapped Tigers. When they first performed House Music All Night Long it caused Jarvis Cocker to crowdsurf for the first time in his life. This has now become a habit. Oh, and Jarvis Cocker used to be in a band called Pulp. 
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Carly Rae Jepsen
Dedicated

Emotion by Carly Rae Jepsen was, in this humble writer's opinion, one of the greatest albums ever made. And it would have been tough for anyone to match the giddy highs that album produced. On 2019's Dedicated, she more or less succeeds, creating an album just as suited to tidying your house, as it is to bouncing around with glee at a show.
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Carly Rae Jepsen
Dedicated Side B

Released earlier this year, 12 months after the release of 2019’s exceptional album Dedicated as a companion piece and topping the iTunes chart immediately, Carly Rae Jepsen’s Dedicated Side B now gets a release on vinyl. This six-track EP consists of pieces left over from the album recording sessions. 

Baby Queen
Medicine

Baby Queen announces that 'Medicine' is a result of body dysmorphia she had suffered from following on from unrealistic body images she saw whilst growing up. So it's nice to see her doing her bit for other young people with that cover pic. Proof if proof were needed that a lot of musicians of her ilk seem to regularly spout the most unbelievable pile of bollocks? The jury's out. Good job, then, that 'Medicine' is a bit of a banger and sounds a little like Lana Del Ray's 'Video Games'. We'll forgive her this time. 
  • Vinyl 10" (3507966)
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Hooverphonic
Reflection

A new pressing of ‘Reflection’ here, the eighth studio album from eclectic Belgian outfit Hooverphonic and the second of their LPs to feature vocalist Noémie Wolfs. ‘Reflection’ was recorded in the Belgian and French homes of some of their fans during 2013, and the result of this process was an extremely upbeat and accessible record, one which finds Hooverphonic returning to an analogue pop sound reminiscent of St. Etienne and The War On Drugs.
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The Just Joans
Card from a Multipack

Indie-poppers love Christmas and so here is another record to add to your festive 7" collection. Scottish gang The Just Joans have been peddling their whimsical, humorous ditties for plenty of time now, but this is their first festive release in ten years. There are two original Christmas tunes here, plus you get one of six Christmas cards painted by vocalist Katie Pope. 
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Liam Frost & The Slowdown Family
Show Me How The Spectres Dance

Re-issued at the behest of overwhelming demand, Demon presses up Show Me How The Spectres Dance, the 2006 debut album from Liam Frost & The Slowdown Family, on translucent blue vinyl. With big-hitting cheerleaders in the British indie scene such as Tim Burgess and Guy Garvey, the album has become a significant cult classic in the 14 years since its release. 
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Nadja
Tsukihoshihi

'Tsukihoshihi' by Nadja is a jewel lost from the crown of ‘80s Japanese pop-funk. It features arrangements by producer Yasuaki Shimizu, known for his 1982 saxophone poptronica album 'Kakashi', and famed Jamaican rhythm section Sly & Robbie. It also features songwriting contributions from keyboard player, producer and arranger Akira Inoue and Brigitte Fontaine collaborator Areski Belkacem.
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The Beatles
Revolver

Revolver by The Beatles is regarded by many as their best album. It’s the second album they made after giving up playing live and the use of studio trickery really began to enhance their concise pop. Originally released in 1966, it’s fair to say that this changed the shape of everything that came after it and is still doing so. Remastered 180g audiophile vinyl on Parlophone.

Courting
Grand National

Liverpudlian quartet Courting buttress their reputation as one of the country’s most promising new indie bands with a four-track EP. Presented on 12” vinyl via Nice Swan Records, ‘Grand National’ is a display of dynamic, tightly-wound indie pop in the vein of Parquet Courts.
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Beyonce
Homecoming

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Gregor
Destiny

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Stats
Powys 1999

Powys 1999 is the second album by electro pop band Stats. It follows their debut Other People’s Lives which earned them a high-profile support slot with Dua Lipa. This album mixes nostalgia and looking forward with memories and experiences of the Welsh town where main man Ed Seed grew up. Musically there’s some electro-funk, some dancefloor bangers and a touch of Sparks’ influence. Singer / Songwriter Emmy The Great makes a guest appearance.  

Latitude
Mystic Hotline

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The Bachelor Pad
All Cock And Hash (The Very Best Of)

Glasgow band The Bachelor Pad played acid-fuelled indie punk and were active from the mid ‘80s until the early ‘90s outliers of an era in independent music dominated by C86 bands. All Cock And Hash (The Very Best Of) comes at a time when they are overdue reappraisal and includes ‘hits’ such as Country Pancake, The Girl of Your Dreams and Meet The Lovely Jenny Brown. On Emotional Response. 
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New Order
Be A Rebel

New records by New Order are few and far between so we should rejoice at this surprise single from the long running Manchester outfit. It’s been five whole years since their last album, Music Complete but they are now they’re back with a perky new singalong single Be A Rebel. This 12" features the title track plus two versions of a Bernard Sumner remix and a remix by Stephen Morris so nice to see they are keeping everything in house. 
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Savage Gary
Quarantine Sampler 2

Savage Gary is the electronic music making alter-ego of producer/Speedy Wunderground founder Dan Carey. Quarantine rules meant that bands weren’t able to go into his South London studio, so he collaborated with various artists over the internet on a host of recordings instead. 'Quarantine Sampler 2' contains two of them, working with RoRo and Youngblackmale respectively. 
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David Gray
Please Forgive Me

I'm sorry David we don't. We can't forgive you for wobbling your head and singing Gray by name grey by nature brow-furrowing songs. Still, David don't care 'bout us snobs, he sold billions of his White Ladder LP which now has reached its 20 year anniversary. This 12" features the titular Please Forgive Me done in 2020 style plus an acoustic version and two harassed remixers trying to make something out of it.  
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Bob Lazy
Rock | Love | Truth

Bob Lazy isn't actually called Bob Lazy at all. 'Rock | Love | Truth' is the work of the more complicatedly-named Borja González-Ayllón, someone who had played in bands for years in his native Valencia before getting the urge of writing music on his own. The results here are fabulous - his songs as Mr. Lazy take in influences from vintage pop and soul. Delve in and enjoy.  
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Bob Lazy
La Vitti Bar

Bob Lazy aka Borja González-Ayllón has been going pretty good since giving up the day job of being a drummer for hire and bedding down to write music of his own. 'La Vitti Bar' is his second album following on from his 2017 debut 'Rock | Love | Truth'. The record continues to showcase Bobby's ability to blend influences from vintage '60s and '70s pop with a contemporary feel. Might do well for himself this lad. 

John MOuse
The Goat

The concept behind John MOuse's (and that big O is inexplicably intentional) latest album was to record, mix and upload online one track a week. Comparable to the arch, knowing pop made by the likes of Pulp and Momus, these tracks have a heavily electronic quotient as well as spoken word interludes. According to the press release, analytics show that 'The Goat' is aimed at 35-45 year old males. 
  • Vinyl LP (KMIYH009)
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Ultraísta
Ordinary Boy - The Remixes

An accompaniment to their second studio LP 'Sister', experimental rock outfit Ultraísta - whose line-up includes famed Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, don't you know - deliver an EP of remixes of 'Sister's synth-indie highlight ‘Ordinary Boy’. Features the remixing skills of Floating Points, FaltyDL, Zero 7, Crate Classics and Leifur James. 
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The Anchoress
The Art of Losing

Fresh from the release of her collaborative album with Bernard Butler comes the second solo album from The Anchoress aka Catherine Anne Davies. 'The Art Of Losing' is a rumination on grief and features the talents of James Dean Bradfield (Manic Street Preachers) and other luminaries. She gets about does Davies - she's been nominated for all kinds of music prizes and appearing on the last two Simple Minds records.  
  • Vinyl Double LP (KSCOPE1110)
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  • Vinyl Double LP (KSCOPE1018)
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Milky Wimpshake
Confessions Of An English Marxist

Milky Wimpshake is the long running project of Pete Dale who in another life was one half of the team from the Slampt label as well as hardcore pop people Red Monkey. Milky Wimpshake is known for biting political lyrics alongside a sort of shambling never rehearsed punk folk. Dale is a bit of a cult hero in some parts and here is a further addition to his all over the place discography. 
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London Grammar
If You Wait

Monstrously successful debut LP from alt-popsters London Grammar here. With its blend of tender balladry, gentle synth-pop tones and a few huge choruses, ‘If You Wait’ hits that sweet spot between The xx, Florence & The Machine and Clean Bandit. With a placing at number 2 on the UK album chart, he album was also popular enough to propel London Grammar into the same indie big leagues as the aforementioned acts.

Susannah Stark
Time Together (Hues and Intensities)

Fine artist Susannah Stark has been using music increasingly in her artwork, so it was perhaps inevitable that she’d end recording an album. Early rock, pop and folk influences fuse together with reggae, dub and late-80s dance music here, and an interest in vocal improvisation also plays its part in 'Time Together (Hues and Intensities)'. A host of instruments and field recordings create a bass-heavy, percussive and hypnotic LP suited to a number of different spaces. Think Pontiac Streator, Fatima Al Qadiri and The Black Dog as points of comparison.

Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Liverpool

In stark contrast to their production-heavy debut ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’, Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s second studio album ‘Liverpool’, saw the band actively encouraged to play their own instruments. Released in 1986, the heavier rock sound here led to a lower commercial performance for the band around the world - though 'Liverpool' was still critically acclaimed and yielded the excellent UK Top Five single ‘Rage Hard’.

Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Welcome To The Pleasuredome

When Frankie Goes To Hollywood released their debut album ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ in late 1984, off the back of two inconceivably enormous singles in ‘Relax’ and ‘Two Tribes’, pre-orders alone meant it was guaranteed a UK no.1 spot. Sprawling and lavish, in many ways this record represents the zenith (or nadir, depending on your outlook) of pop production in the Eighties.

Annie Taylor
Sweet Mortality

Releasing two highly acclaimed singles and their first EP, Not Yours!, since their formation four years ago, Swiss quartet Annie Taylor deliver their debut studio album. Completing their gradual evolution from anthemic indie-rock to hazy psychedelia, Sweet Mortality is an accomplished collection for a band so young.

Various
Pacific Breeze 2: Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie 1972-1986

As always with Light In the Attic you get carefully created compilations of sought after tracks housed in lavish packaging. This second edition of their Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie brings together another batch of rare tunes you won't have heard unless you were in Japan between 1972 and 1986. It's all here  - AOR, soul, funk, disco, tropicalia and everything in between for that veranda-ready playlist of rare things. 

The Space Lady
The Space Lady's Greatest Hits

“Ethereal street musician who plays space music wearing a winged helmet”, says the website. It’s pretty bang on. The Space Lady has been playing her strange electronic music for some thirty to forty years, and now has the Greatest Hits she deserves. Weird, spacey and fun. The vinyl has a download code and the CD comes with a bonus CD.
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Saturday Night Gym Club
How To Build A Life Raft


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The Migrant
Flood

The Migrant is the solo project of Bjarke Bendtson, a Danish singer-songwriter with a mournful voice and a taste for slight psychadelia. Flood is a record that sonically crosses the Atlantic to nestle in comfortably with the kind of quality Americana we’ve heard from the likes of Midlake over the last decade. Released by Rockpie.
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Moustache Of Insanity
Album of Death


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Laurie Shaw
Felted Fruit

Amalgamating vintage sounds with a contemporary slant, not unlike Cate Le Bon, Laurie Shaw’s music emanates the gentle ebb and flow of soft vocals and warm fuzz. The 30 tracks on this double album are certain to make their impression on you, like crashing waves carve out the rocks of the shaw. One can’t help but feel this album’s richness and authenticity from the outset.
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Latimer House
All The Rage

Described by Gary Crowley as “something rather ace sounding” when he first played This Is Pop on Amazing Radio, the opening track on All The Rage, the debut album from Latimer House, sets the tone for this collection of guitar-driven pop. From the earthy string arrangements on Burn, the dreamy reverberation of Your Love, the keyboard groove of Love’s Undermined, or the summer harmonies of Splash!, Latimer House blend keyboards and guitars with a depth of instrumentation that reveal subtleties and a rare attention to detail. Reviewers have conjured a diverse and, for the band, rather bemusing-cum-flattering range of references: Syd Barrett, The Wake, David Bowie, The Cribbs, Ian Dury, Phoenix, Iggy Pop, Art Brut, The Smiths, The Psychedelic Furs, Chas & Dave, The June Brides, The Beatles, REM, Half Man Half Biscuit, The Kinks, Pulp, Talking Heads, I Ludicrous and “any John Peel favourite from the late 1970s onwards” have all been pressed into descriptive service. Indeed, such is the cornucopia of ideas, word-play and melodies contained on All The Rage that pigeon-holing this first collection from Latimer House as ‘Alternative’ or ‘Brit Pop’ or ‘Alt-Rock’ or ‘Indie’ wouldn’t be quite right, but then again any of these terms wouldn’t be a million miles away either. Latimer House describe their music simply as guitar-driven. And their disdain for The X Factor and fascination with the idea of the hit parade come together in the album’s final cut, the baroque and sneering psych of Bubblegum.
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Jessica Winter
Sad Music

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Ghost Twins
Never Fear Total Failure

This album from Derby-based pairing Ghost Twins has a mish-mash of competing influences which always prove interesting to the listener, from rock, punk, and hardcore, to electronica and pop. It might sound disparate to read, but really works in sound. Fantastic experimentation makes for a good listen. On vinyl.
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Elk
Herd Songs

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Bleach Blood
The Young Heartbreakers Club

Are you looking for some post punk which manages to mix gospel choirs with synths? Then you have come to the right place. Bleach Blood have wowed with their debut EP, born from teenage songwriting and transformed into this delightful little four track 12” vinyl. catchy,  foot-tapping, punky and a little bit rave.
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Acrobat
Acrobat EP


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Erland & The Carnival
Was You Ever See


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Everything But The Girl
Walking Wounded

Originally released in 1996, the year after the Todd Terry mix of ‘Missing’ had destroyed charts throughout Europe, Walking Wounded was the undisputed commercial high-water-mark for Everything But The Girl. Housing four UK Top 40 singles - including two Top 10 hits in the title track and ‘Wrong’ - the album went platinum in Britain. Now, it’s been re-mastered via half-speed technology at Abbey Road for a well-deserved vinyl re-issue. 
  • Vinyl LP (EBTG010V)
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Palace Winter
Keep Dreaming, Buddy

Recorded via a long-distance exchange of demos between Carl Coleman and Caspar Hesselager while the former was living in Tenerife last winter, ...Keep Dreaming, Buddy is the third studio album from Palace Winter. Drawing down on hip-hop rhythms and soulful hooks for inspiration, it’s a beautiful listening experience. 

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