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SOHN Live with the Metropole Orkest

Recorded on the opening night of the 2019 Amsterdam Music Event, SOHN Live with the Metropole Orkest sees Christopher Michael Taylor performing with the Grammy-winning, 54-piece Dutch jazz/pop orchestra and conductor Hans Ek. It’s a double-LP with unique reinventions of SOHN’s finest moments. 
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The Wedding Present
Going, Going…

Could you have ever imagined that in 2016 there'd be a new Wedding Present album? They have seemingly been content to rest on their nostalgia laurels over the past few years but they show that there is some fire still there with this 20 track album of linked songs which begins with four instrumentals.  "Some things just don't change" sings David Gedge on 'Bear' and he's still wittering on about break ups and relationships and stuff like that but there's nothing here that suggests that this won't appeal to long term fans. 

Wheeltappers and Shunters

I didn’t think Clinic were ever coming back, fortunately they have. Wheeltappers and Shunters is the Liverpool band’s eighth album but first for seven years. The title is taken from a 1970s variety show hosted by Bernard Manning - but don’t worry, it’s an inside joke, they’re not a bunch of ignorant bigots. On Domino.

Private World

Cardiff-based indie-pop band Private World, consisting of songwriters Tom Sanders and Harry Jowett, have always advocated a return to highbrow art and sophistication. On their new album for Dais, titled Aleph (translated roughly as meaning “the oneness of God”) the duo use Eighties-based synth-pop as a platform to explore many sonic avenues. 


A yelled hello. Seriously that's how Yello have in the past explained their name. The long running Swiss group have been furrowing their own particular brand of torch song electronics for several decades now but are still going strong in 2020. Point is the follow up to 2016's Toy and it is a further example of how they can blend dada, soundtracks and neon lit electronica into their own unique shapes.  
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On their previous two albums dance phenomenon Disclosure have written only  the material they ended up using. on their third album though they've recorded over 200 pieces and whittled them down to just 11. They keyword being the title as they chose only the most energetic, most immediate tracks. It is still a very varied collection with Brazilian, R&B and hip-hop influences and two mega guests in Kelis and Common. 

Sarah Walk
Another Me

The talented Sarah Walk prepares to release her second studio album. Following the acclaim bestowed on her assertive, powerful debut Little Black Book in 2017, an immediate album about short-term survival, Another Me feels like Walk’s taking a longer-range view of life, its songs about preparing for the future. 

International Teachers of Pop
Pop Gossip

International Teachers of Pop are pop people. They like pop and practice it in all its glorious formats blending electronica to disco as if they were some kind of modern day Human League. This is their second album of danceable pop and is nostalgic for that time we could all dance together in sweaty clubs to Chic and Dollar. Fun stuff from long term pop fanatics Dean Honer, Adrian Flanagan and crew. Jason Williamson guests!  

Pauline Murray

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The Magic Gang
Death Of The Party

The Magic Gang have been getting played on Radio 1 and have received the accolade of Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World. Their new album, Death of the Party promises to be exactly the opposite of what its title suggests due to the addition of some Northern Soul grooves to their modern indie sound.


The musical partnership forged by Christina Wood and Cicely Goulder that spawned their acclaimed 2017 debut album as Kaleida, titled Tear The Roots, is too strong to fall apart with something as trivial as living on separate continents now. The duo’s second record, Odyssey, has a more personal and human feel to it. 

Lie Out Loud

Former tourmates with The Wombats and Sundara Karma, West London’s BLOXX have long been marked out as one of British indie’s brightest hopes. The three-piece finally get to release their debut studio album Lie Out Loud, channelling classic teenage themes of unfulfilling life in English satellite towns. 


London-based collective Archive have now been making their unfairly under the radar music for 25 years and what better way to celebrate than by producing a new album of new versions of some of their best loved songs. The group have always blended dark trip-hop, post rock and electronica into a unique sonic brew so it should be interesting to see how they rebrand these tracks. 

Stephen EvEns
Employee Of The Month

Another barrage of righteous, wonky pop from Stephen Gilchrist’s alter-ego Stephen EvEns on his sophomore album Employee Of The Month. Created in league with a number of collaborators, including Jimi Scandal and Jen Macro as guitarists, it combines impressive musical taste with sly, political humour. 

The Orielles
Disco Volador

Written and recorded in double-quick time to strike while the iron’s still hot following the success of last year’s debut Silver Dollar Moment, The Orielles return with their sophomore album. Inspired by their time on the road, Disco Volador benefits from the addition of a fourth member on keyboards and the drones and delays brought to the mix by producer Marta Salogni. It should be another triumph for a band who’ve marked themselves out as one of the country’s finest newcomers. 

The Declining Winter
Belmont Slope

No one evokes the emotional atmospheres of Northern England quite like Richard Adams, so thank God he's made Belmont Slope, a musical fable about the M62. Mysterious and muffled, he returns under his Declining Winter moniker to detail further secrets hiding in Yorkshire's soil and concrete. If it's anything like the magnificent Home for Lost Souls, it should deliver intimate pop gems influenced by his favourite stay-at-home songwriters -- while occasionally reaching for the expanse of old band Hood.

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The Boo Radleys
Wake Up!

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Berlin-based musician and composer Lambert pulls a wide range of ostensibly unblendable genres into the mix on False. Breakbeats, emotive pedal steel-led Americana, industrial sounds, free jazz and autotuned pop vocals are all bound together by the serious musical chops of Lambert’s trio. On Mercury KX.

Camila Fuchs
Kids Talk Sun

Camilla Fuchs make avant-garde-leaning experimental electronic pop with ghostly vocals. They are a duo consisting of Camila de Laborde from Mexico and Daniel Hermann-Collini from Munich. They met in London and are now based in Lisbon. Kids Talk Sun was produced by Pete Kember AKA Sonic Boom. On Felte.

The Charlatans
Melting Pot

A long overdue repress of the greatest hits album covering the earlier career of the Madchester survivors who weren't from Manchester. This has pretty much all the essential tracks from the years 1990 to 1997 when the Charlatans were signed to Beggars Banquet. Including indie disco staples, 'The Only One I Know' and 'Just When Your Thinking Things Over', a remix from the Chemical Brothers of 'Patrol' and lesser known gems like 'Can't Get Out Of Bed'. Double vinyl press.

Albertine Sarges
The Sticky Fingers

More great new music from the Moshi Moshi label, The Sticky Fingers is the latest album from Berlin-based musician Albertine Sarges, a former collaborator with Holly Herndon and part of synth-wave act Itaca. Taking in themes of feminism, sexuality and mental health under a musical umbrella of shape-shifting pop, it’s a masterclass in sonic world-building. 
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A. G. Cook

A.G. Cook has made his most direct attempt at writing classic songs with Apple. Production-wise he’s aimed at the space between bedroom recording and professional studio, getting the balance between naivety and slick production. Lead single, Oh Yeah, shows he has the knack for writing a catchy tune under these circumstances.
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Soft Palms
Soft Palms

Active in the Long Beach music community for years, Soft Palms consists of former Coathangers and White Woods star Julia Kugel and ex-Growlers member Scott Montoya. Over eight lengthy tracks, they create a compound of space-rock and dream-pop that feels almost weightless on their debut album, Soft Palms. 
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Guilty of Love (single)

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Lake Ruth
Extended Leave

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Lyra Pramuk

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Jim Bob
Pop Up Jim Bob

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Holy Fuck

The first new music from Holy Fuck we’ve heard in quite a while! Happily, they’ve slotted right back into the kind of weirdo grooves we remember them being in, although the band reckon that Congrats is a more condensed form of their sound. Either way, it stomps and flares and sizzles and slaps, and is lots of fun. On Innovative Leisure.
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Carla dal Forno
Look Up Sharp

Australian singer/songwriter Carla Dal Forno has often been compared to Nico for her vocal sound and delivery. Her music can be described as dream pop with a DIY aesthetic, but there's all sorts going on. Look Up Sharp is her second album and follow-up to You Know What It’s Like. This time she’s releasing it on her own label, Kallista.

Dent May
Late Checkout

Inspired by great American pop songwriters from Carole King to Randy Newman, James Dent May presents his fifth studio album Late Checkout. Having built his own studio since he completed a huge world tour for his last effort Across The Multiverse, May has had the opportunity to take his time on this one, and the rewards are tangible from first listen - it’s an accomplished and timeless work. 
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Cut Copy
Freeze, Melt

Freeze, Melt is the first album in three years from Australian synth-pop band Cut Copy. Their collective shelves will already be straining under the weight of the awards they have won over the years and judging by the positive response, across the board, from the music press to their new single ‘Love is All We Share’ their 6th album may be the one to finally tear them off the wall.

Maya Hawke

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Pale Yellow

Woodkid AKA Yoann Lemoine is a French music video director, producer and singer / songwriter. His only album to date, The Golden Age, was released in 2013. More recently, in 2016, he wrote the soundtrack for the Jonás Cuarón film, Desierto. Despite his thin musical output, he seems to be constantly working on interesting and creative projects. It’s back to music for 2020, though, with his new single, Pale Yellow.
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Happy Birthday

Bass, beats and Riot Grrls are the three main ingredients that make up Happy Birthday, the new album from Sneaks. Sneaks is Washington Dc resident Eva Moolchan. The album was produced by Jacknife Lee and engineered by Carlos Hernandez - the same pair who shaped her 2019 album Highway Hypnosis, only this time she’s upped the the melodic content.
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Steven Adams and The French Drops
Keep It Light

Purposefully keeping things buoyant and upbeat, Steven Adams releases the latest studio album with his current band The French Drops. Spanning indie, guitar pop, alternative rock and folk but underpinned by his trademark style of downbeat humour, Keep It Light was largely written last summer while Adams was holidaying in the south of France. 

Eno / Cale
Wrong Way Up [Expanded Edition]

Wrong Way Up is the critically acclaimed 1990 album by Brian Eno and John Cale, or Eno and Cale as they prefer to be known here. The legendary pair mix electronic music with prog rock and art rock. This reissue is expanded to feature two bonus tracks (via download card for vinyl) and sleeve notes featuring a Brian Eno interview.

Ursa Major

Fresh-faced, harmonic and energetic, there’s a glorious vitality to Marsicans’ music that has seen the Leeds-based band emerge over the last few years as one of the bands to watch. After a COVID-related delay, the quartet finally deliver their first full-length album, Ursa Major, to the world. 

Soft Cell
This Last Night In Sodom

Originally released in 1984 as their third studio album, This Last Night In Sodom marked the messy end of Soft Cell’s first incarnation, with Marc Almond and David Ball announcing their split around a month before it came out. Featuring two minor hits in ‘Soul Inside’ and ‘Down In The Subway’, it now gets a vinyl re-issue. 

Soft Cell
The Art Of Falling Apart

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Soft Cell
Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing

As a great man once said, "Ruddy hell, it's Soft Cell". The legendary synthpop duo comprising Dave Ball and Marc Almond had a string of superb LPs including the mini album 'Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing'. Unbelievably, the whole record was written and recorded in one week (about as long as some groups take to clear their throat). Primitive machine music, time constraints, and Almond's weirdly out-of-key singing combine in a magical alchemy. 

mama's boy

I just can't get on with punctuation these days. LANY are a trio of capitalisation enthusiasts known for their arena rock album Malibu Nights from 2018. Mama's Boy (no capitalisation but I'm not playing this game anymore) continues their dancefloor-ready big rock sound that is absolutely ready for daytime Radio 2 playlisting. 
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BBR#36 Movement EP

Released digitally back in April, Movement was the second EP from Ciel, dealing in sonic compound spilling across the boundaries of dream-pop, shoegaze and electro-pop. Now bolstered by two bonus tracks recorded under lockdown, it now gets a physical release with this lavish 7” single vinyl package, arriving in one of six sleeves with *deep breath* a letter from the label BBR, Ciel postcard, a sticker set, personalised confetti, a signed A5 poster, numbered fake polaroid of the band and download code. 
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The Revolving Paint Dream
Flowers In The Sky

A minor hit on the indie charts when originally released back in 1984, ‘Flowers In The Sky’ was the debut single from future Primal Scream guitarist Andrew Innes when he was in the short-lived The Revolving Paint Dream. Released on Creation Records - whose founder Alan McGee was actually in the band too - it’s now given a second lease of life via this 7” single re-issue as part of the Optic Sevens series, and includes a postcard and poster. 
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Soft Cell
Cruelty Without Beauty

Released 18 years after Marc Almond and Dave Ball originally disintegrated their creative partnership, 2002’s Cruelty Without Beauty marked the reunion of Soft Cell. As they prepare for their second reunification and a fifth studio album set for release in 2021, Big Frock re-issues the album as a double-CD package, with unreleased and rare tracks, and a heavyweight pink vinyl. 
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The Cardigans
Gran Turismo

Gran Turismo by The Cardigans will best be remembered for the song My Favourite Game. The notorious video of which featured singer, Nina Persson, recklessly driving a car with catastrophic black comedy ending. It was the band’s fourth album and also featured the single Erase/Rewind. Remastered 180g vinyl LP in gatefold sleeve on Polydor.

Ocean Colour Scene
Moseley Shoals

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Jackie Lynn

Jackie Lynn is a band made up of Cooper Crain, Rob Frye and Dan Quinlivan of Bitchin Bajas and Haley Fohr of Circuit des Yeux. Their self-titled debut album from 2016 promised much, with the electronics of Bitchin Bajas melding with the song-orientated approach by Haley Fohr. Everything had seeming gone quiet, but now they return with a second album, Jacqueline. Lead single Casino Queen takes the electronics of the first album and injects them with a blast of steroids for a pumped up motorik sound.  

Walkie Talkie

Brijean Murphy is the drummer who keeps the metronome ticking in U.S. Girls and others. On 'Walkie Talkie' she collaborates with producer Doug Stuart to create a collection of pop songs that are influenced by jazz and latin musics. Of course, the percussion rhythms on show are groovy and utterly captivating.

FKA twigs

This is the one innit? The much sought- after EP that continued the road from the debut 'EP1' to the recent album everyone's banging on about. Liking this better than the album, its dark and ethereal dubstep and twisted R&B. Sorta scary. Anyway this is a re-press of a record you could buy absolutely nowhere in recent months. Get it before it goes again.  
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The Hit Parade
Joey’s Girl / I’m Recovering From You

Beloved indie outfit The Hit Parade made a splash for Record Store Day 2019 with the release of their fourteenth single. Retaining their trademark shimmery 80s style, ‘Joey’s Girl’ imagines Johnny Ramone’s inner monologue, detailing the messy love triangle between Johnny and Joey Ramone and Joey’s girlfriend. Limited run of only 1000 so get ‘em while they’re hot.

Everything But The Girl

The series of half-speed re-mastered Everything But The Girl albums on vinyl arrives at the duo’s 1999 swansong, Temperamental. A left-turn into deep house ambience and trip-hop grooves punctuated by vulnerable lyrics and vocal performances from Tracey Thorn, it was misunderstood and largely ignored at the time, particularly as it followed the accessible and commercially successful Walking Wounded, but critical opinion has warmed to Temperamental in recent years. 
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The Nix feat. Laetitia Sadier
Until Now All Is Well

A collective of musicians brought together by Seb Kellig and former Franz Ferdinand member Nick McCarthy, The Nix release another single on 7” vinyl. Based around Mal Waldron’s ‘Warm Canto’, ‘Until Now All Is Well’ features Laetitia Sadier from legendary avant-garde rock band Stereolab. 
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Once & Future Band

Oakland based four-piece Once & Future Band originally released their Brain EP in 2014. After their debut full length they are back to writing, and in the meantime they have rereleased Brain to keep your appetite for the poppiest prog you will ever hear. They bring you the 70’s with a glorious pop shimmer.
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Once & Future Band
Once & Future Band

Once & Future Band are a full-on throwback to the rich flavours of the great orchestral-prog-pop of the 1970’s. This self-titled debut of theirs sounds like a mash-up of all the nicest bits from all those bands, but performed with such love and skill that it all sounds new and fun. Nobody does this kind of music anymore anyway. Released by John Dwyer’s Castle Face label.

Young Jesus
Welcome To Conceptual Beach

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The Incredible Blondes
Where Do I Stand

Sea Girls
Open Up Your Head

Having impressed with yet another EP, the recently released Under Exit Lights, British indie newcomers Sea Girls finally reveal details of their debut full-length album. Taking cues from mid-Noughties titans like The Killers and Arctic Monkeys, Open Up Your Head is produced by former Hundred Reasons’ guitarist Larry Hibbitt. 

Everything But The Girl
Amplified Heart

Amplified Heart, from 1994, was the eighth album by Everything But The Girl. It contained the original version of Missing, before it was given the Todd Terry treatment and subsequently became a gigantic hit. Tracey Thorn believes this to be the album that reignited the duo’s inspiration and verve.
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Black Marble
I Must Be Living Twice

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Safe Sins

Running a veritable gauntlet of indie sub-genres ranging from jangle-pop to gently grooving shoegaze, Philadelphia-based group Gladie present their debut studio album. Taking its title from lead singer Augusta Koch’s record of personal poetry, Safe Sins is an all-encompassing shelter for those seeking respite from shame. 
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The Weeknd

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Sergeant Buzfuz
Fox Pop

Winning the support of Radio 6 Music DJs like Gideon Coe and Marc Riley over the years, Joe Murphy’s Sergeant Buzfuz returns with its seventh album Fox Pop. Opting for energised, frenetic post-punk, impassioned ballads and ruthlessly efficient garage-punk, it seethes with frustration and anger at the turns that British politics has taken since the outfit’s last album five years ago. 
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Too Much
Club Emotion

Since their 2019 single ‘Patent Leather’ began slaying dancefloors, hype has been growing around Too Much, a duo formed of American producer and remixer Rich Morel and former The Make Up and Escape-ism member Ian Svenonius. In the same vein as that dancefloor monster, a full-length album titled Club Emotion follows, a versatile and straightforward collection. 
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All We Are

Providence, the third full-length album from international trio All We Are, is the group’s most infectious, accessible and uplifting thing they’ve recorded to date. Working with former Depeche Mode producer Dave McCracken, drummer Richard O’Flynn, bassist Guro Gikling and guitarist Luis Santos, the upbeat tone radiates through the droning guitars and dark production. 

Beyond The Pale

Former Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker unveils the debut album from his JARV IS project - a band formed with Serafina Steer, Emma Smith, Andrew McKinney, Jason Buckle and Adam Betts. Following the great reception last summer for its debut single ‘Must I Evolve’, Beyond The Pale marks a return to form for one of British indie’s most iconic figures.

Modern Life Is Rubbish

Modern Life Is Rubbish announced Blur as a serious proposition. They carved out an identity, both musically and image-wise for themselves that moved away from the indie-by-numbers of their debut album, Leisure. It earned them comparisons of great Englishness previously characterised by The Kinks and Small Faces, thus kicking off the whole Britpop thing. Features the singles For Tomorrow and Chemical World.
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Giant Rooks

Giant Rooks are a German art-rock band whose debut Rookery showcases a melodic take on the genre that suggests they've been listening to Tame Impala, Alt J and Bon Iver and then have tried to swirl the results into a big blender. Sweet alternative rock with an R&B and hip-hop flavour that could do pretty well for itself given the correct exposure. 
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Umlaut feels a little close to the bone as a name for a band, but it gets a bit better when you realise that main man Bär McKinnon (who you might know from Secret Chiefs 3 and Mr. Bungle) has a genuine one himself. This new EP Arunachala is kind of Easter themed, which you don’t see so much. It’s an EP, but it's got seven tracks and almost as many musical styles packed in there.

Taylor Swift

Recorded under lockdown as a relatively quick follow-up to her last album Lover 11 months ago, Taylor Swift’s folklore dropped without fanfare at the end of July. Featuring production assistance from Jack Antonoff and The National’s Aaron Dessner, it’s been hailed as the most lyrically vivid and sonically diverse album of Swift’s career, and it now gets a physical release on CD and vinyl. 

I Am Not A Doctor

Always ones for an interesting album title, Moloko were a duo out of Sheffield most notable for spawning Roisin Murphy now a successful solo artist in her on right. I Am Not A Doctor was their second album which saw the duo experiment in drum and bass and synth pop. It is notable for containing the track Sing It Back which when remixed by Boris Dlugosch became a dancefloor smash.   
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The Cardigans

Emmerdale was the first album by The Cardigans. The Swedish indie-pop sensations went on to much bigger and more well-known things, but this is where it all started for them. It includes their first Black Sabbath cover, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. AND, yes, it is named after the farm-based ITV soap opera. 180g vinyl LP on Polydor.

If Wishes Were Horses

Indie pop label Sarah released Blueboy's first record back in 1992, so obviously this is a twee pop affair, though rather than be full of tender full-band choruses and jangly guitars, it's a lot slower and predominantly acoustic. This modest, little known record is back.
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The Slow Readers Club
The Wait

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Time Slips Away

Moscoman is the music-making moniker of Chen Moscovici. He makes house, acid, techno, dark disco and synth music that comes with indie / alternative sensibilities. Time Slips Away is his second album and features guest appearances from Teleman’s Tom Sanders, Wooze, Niki Kini, Vanity Fairy and Nuphar. On Moshi Moshi.

Future Past Life

For his project’s sixth studio album, STRFKR leader Josh Hodges collaborated long-distance with Dutch musicians Mathias Janmat and David Hoogerheide. The result, Future Past Life, is a sonic stretching and stripping-back of the electro-pop perfection the group achieved on 2016’s Being No One, Going Nowhere. 

Glass Animals

Dreamland is the third album by Oxford psych pop / electronic indie band Glass Animals. It’s their first outing since 2016’s How To Be A Human Being. The album is built on the band’s experiences during the time between the albums. The one that looms largest being the bike accident that nearly killed drummer Joe Seaward. It’s fair to say it carries some emotional heft. 

Astrel K
You Could If You Can

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Let's Skip To The Wedding

Following exposure on Beats 1 and ‘Jealous’ becoming his most popular track ever last year, singer and producer Eyedress releases his first studio album since relocating to Los Angeles from his native Philippines. Let’s Skip To The Wedding explores themes of putting down roots and searching for love. 
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Thanya Iyer

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Jay-Jay Johanson
Old Dog

Jay-Jay Johanson initially planned this LP as a Record Store Day release but.. well we all know what happened to that so this is coming out as a standalone album. He is known for his cinematic sounds and melancholy vocals so it is perhaps fitting that here he turns his hand to covering seven famous movie songs such as Moon River and the perfectly-apt-for-these-times Send in the Clowns. 

Logic System

Hideki Matsutake was a busy man in 1981. He was in high demand in the Tokyo music scene for his keyboard programming skills which led him to work with Akiko Yano, YMO, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Mkwaju Ensemble. He also managed to record a couple of albums himself under the name Logic System. Venus was the second of those albums and saw Matsuake exploring funkier and more organic sounds than he did on its techno predecessor, Logic.

Video Age
Pleasure Line

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Liela Moss
Who The Power

Created and recorded during a time of personal and societal upheaval (new parenthood and lockdown respectively), Duke Spirit frontwoman Liela Moss delivers her second solo album Who The Power, more strident, dramatic and outward-looking than its intensely personal predecessor My Name Is Safe In Your Mouth. 

Washed Out
Purple Noon

Ernest Greene brings his Washed Out project back to Sub Pop for the project’s fourth studio album. On Purple Noon, the chillwave pioneer teams up once again with producer Ben H. Allen and ventures even further into hip-hop and R&B territory, with bright, sharply-defined sounds the order of the day. 
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In Isolation / Live From The Plaza Theatre, Stockport

With the coronavirus preventing live shows from happening and Daniel Ek needing more product in order to pay bands half a penny for every thousand streams on Spotify then it's not surprising bands have been forced to put out hodge-podge collections to keep the coffers flowing, This interim release from Blossoms is half filled with covers and reworks recording in lockdown plus a live set recorded in their native Stockport. 

The Magnetic Fields

Stephin Merritt’s The Magnetic Fields has always been a project upon which to launch a good concept, and Quickies is no different. Consisting entirely of short, simple and sub-three-minute songs, it’s a 28-track collection which will be released physically over five 7” vinyls, available together as a box set. 

Kate Bush
Hounds Of Love

Hounds Of Love is one of those LPs that you can end up skipping over because you feel like you already know it too well. In particular ‘Running Up That Hill’, ‘Cloudbusting’ and the title track are all old friends at this point. But here’s the thing - as frequently as you might hear its famous singles (or their famous covers), as often as it might crop up in retrospective lists and talking heads documentaries, Kate Bush's fifth studio album will never get old. It's just too good.
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Cold Hands, Burn Slow

Fiskur is Ross Clark from Glasgow. He makes what he calls ‘future music’. We will call it great Caledonian bedroom pop songs with great hooks, which seem to have the great musical traditions of his city in their make up. Cold Hands, Burn Slow is the album you won’t regret buying. Earworms aplenty.
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Little Dragon
New Me, Same U

New Me, Same U is the sixth album by Swedish electronic band Little Dragon. The band have enjoyed critical and commercial success since their 2014 breakthrough album Nabuma Rubberband. On this album, they are reflective with themes of moving on, love and loss dominating its lyrics, the band have their personal stories to tell here, but relate them as a solid unit.

Dip In The Pool
On Retinae

On Retinae is a bright and pleasing slice of Japanese pop music recorded in the heart of the 1980’s. The track, the work of Dip In The Pool, glides forwards on a stately melody line for plucked synth lines, delicate vocals and unexpected (but thoroughly welcome) clarinet completing the picture. The entrancing tune is present here in two different versions. On Music From Memory.
  • Vinyl 12" (MFM 010)
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Tomorrow Syndicate
Populous / Living in a Simulation

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David Bowie
Hunky Dory

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Hunky Dory is Bowie’s 1971 triumph, containing several of his most immortal songs, including ‘Changes’ and ‘Life on Mars?’. Remastered in 2015.

David Bowie
The Man Who Sold The World

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The Sun and Her Scorch

The Sun and Her Scorch is the second album by Canadian indie-pop band, Dizzy. Now, their name suggests indie pop, and they are marketed as such, but their sound here is what you could describe as expensively produced stadium indie pop. This just means that they’re not a bunch of skinny kids from the ‘80s, with messy hair, wearing jumpers etc. This is a much slicker affair but the melodies are there in abundance.
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  • Dizzy
  • Communion
  • Indie Pop / Experimental Pop / Electro-Pop

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