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Belle and Sebastian
Push Barman To Open Old Wounds (Deluxe Edition)

Named after some graffiti in the toilets of a bar in Glasgow, Push Barman To Open Old Wounds was originally released in 2005 and housed all of the EPs and singles released up to that point by Belle And Sebastian, arranged chronologically. It now gets re-issued as a beautiful 3xLP coloured vinyl set. 

Thibault
Or Not Thibault

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AKSK
Things We Do

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Orla Gartland
Why Is Freckle Season Like This?

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Alex Izenberg
Caravan Château

Los Angeles-based artist Alex Izenberg returns after a four-year pause following his debut studio album Harlequin. On Caravan Château, the enigmatic artist worked with Chris Taylor (of Grizzly Bear) and Jonathan Rado (Foxygen / Whitney / Lemon Twigs) to deliver a suite of sharply-defined yet cryptic songs. 

Cigarettes After Sex
Crush

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Family Selection Box
Here Comes The Wave

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Aluna
Renaissance

After eight years and two well-received studio albums together, British singer Aluna Francis has decided to explore solo work outside of Grammy-winning British synth-pop duo AlunaGeorge with Renaissance. Released on Diplo’s label Mad Decent, it’s a bold, assertive and highly enjoyable album of pop featuring guest stars such as Kaytranada and Princess Nokia. 
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Jerskin Fendrix
Winterreise

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Al Chem
Metaphysics Of Love

Forging the iciness of no-wave and post-punk with the warmth of soul and electronica shouldn’t really make sense, but Alexander Christou’s latest 12” Metaphysics of Love - recorded under his nom-de-plume Al Chem - somehow manages it. Boasting the title track plus another new track ‘Fistful of Snow’, it also houses remixes from Shahrokh Dini and Michael Reinboth. 
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Planningtorock
Planningtochanel

A collaboration between songwriter and producer Jam Rostron - a.k.a. Planningtorock - and Chanel music director Michel Gaubert, PlanningtoChanel is a fascinating project released on double vinyl. Inspired by French cinema of the Seventies and Eighties, the songs here soundtracked the fashion house’s Autumn/Winter 2020 show earlier this year. 
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Pulp
His 'n' Hers

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King Krule
The OOZ

Having gone pretty quiet, the interweb returned ablaze for King Krule recently with announcement that his 2013 debut LP, 6 Feet Beneath the Moon will be followed by The Ooz. It still has the bursting jazz and snappy drooling vocals of his debut but with a new sharp focus and grimy depth.    

Fiona Apple
Fetch The Bolt Cutters

'Fetch The Bolt Cutters' is the fifth studio LP by Fiona Apple. Apple doesn’t release albums very often - 'Fetch The Bolt Cutters' has been in the works for five years and is her first full-length release in eight years. Judging by the great critical acclaim that has greeted the record upon its release (it received a perfect score from none other than Pitchfork) it seems that Apple spent her time well here. The chat surrounding ‘Fetch The Bolt Cutters’ has centred on a few main topics: Apple’s daring choice to base many of the songs around found-object ‘percussion orchestras’; the way she has made tracks that are at once deeply emotive and also strangely humourous; the frank discussions of assault, trauma and her struggles with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder that crop up in the lyrics. People call her a singer-songwriter, but in truth 'Fetch The Bolt Cutters' sounds like nothing else you’ve ever heard. 

Katy J Pearson
Return

Forged in the face of record label pressure regarding a shelved collaboration project with her brother, Katy J Pearson comes back to music with a set of songs honed on the road in the UK and Europe. Produced with Ali Chant, Return straddles the worlds of infectious, accessible pop and dusty, lo-fi Americana.
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Cub Sport
Like Nirvana

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Juniper Moon
El Resto De Mi Vida

A vinyl re-issue of the solitary studio album from Spanish indie outfit Juniper Moon. Forming in the late Nineties and building up support from tastemakers like Steve Lamacq, they released El Resto De Mi Vida in 2002. Unfortunately, they split just three years later, but those who remember their energetic indie-pop do so fondly. 
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The Silver Field
Sing High! Sing Low!

Drawn from the same collection of source material as last year’s exceptional debut album Rooms, Coral Rose’s The Silver Field prepares its second full-length release. Sing High! Sing Low! thematically follows on from it as well, but this time the songs sound much more confident and outgoing. 

Puma Blue
Blood Loss

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David Bowie
David Bowie aka Space Oddity

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. Here is Bowie’s second album under his stage name, released in 1969. Along with early folk-Bowie, it also provides the first glimmers of the genius that was soon to arise. 2015 remastered versions.

David Bowie
Aladdin Sane

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Dehd
Flower Of Devotion

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Depeche Mode
Violator - 12" Singles

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Kelley Stoltz
Hard Feelings

Hard Feelings is the umpteenth album by California-based singer / songwriter Kelley Stoltz. Here we find him channeling the likes for The Undertones, Stiff Records, Mick Trouble and Iggy Pop using a $75 Japanese electric guitar to make a power pop-meets-pub rock classic with a bit of an edge. On Chuffed Records.

HAIM
Women In Music Pt. III

Following a steady stream of teaser singles that began last summer, the mighty Haim announce their third studio album, boasting the tongue-in-cheek title of Women In Music Pt. III. The sisters Haim have been working on their new project for nearly two years, and it ought to be a highly melodic and stylish affair. 
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Perfume Genius
Set My Heart On Fire Immediately

Partnering up once again with Blake Mills on production, Mike Hadreas heads in a slightly different direction with his latest Perfume Genius album. Identifying and subverting traditional tropes of masculinity, Set My Heart On Fire Immediately playfully channels more American musical influences, from Elvis to Cyndi Lauper, into something distinctly his own. 

Robyn
Baby Forgive Me (Remixes)

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Robyn
Ever Again (Remixes)

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Robyn
Honey (Remixes)

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Robyn
Between The Lines / Beach2k20

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Various
Come Stay With Me

Come Stay With Me is a compilation from the people at the Come Play With Me label exposing thirteen artists they've either released records by or would like to. They keep their net local, fishing around for artists in the Leeds district and here introduce the likes of Jasmine, Van Houten, Her Titled Moons and Household Dogs. I've heard on none of them which I suppose is a good thing on a compilation such as this. 
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machinegum
Conduit

An artist collective fronted by The Strokes’ Fabrizio Moretti earlier this year, machinegum delivers its first studio album Conduit. Somewhat overshadowed by his parent band’s grand return, the group’s music “draws inspiration from involvement of the viewer/interpreter”. 
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Yaeji
What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던

Yaeji is a Brooklyn-based Korena-American electronic music producer who blends house and hip-hop resulting in some pretty cool sounds. It seems her outlook is pretty positive too - What We Drew takes its energy from familial support, friendship and the gratitude she feels for both. Previously she has released two EPS and remixed tracks for Charli XCX and Robyn
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Oasis
Standing On The Shoulder of Giants

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Haruomi Hosono
Hosono House

The Haruomi Hosono reissue train rolls on with a new pressing of his 1973 debut solo LP courtesy of Light In The Attic. For Hosono House the Yellow Magic Orchestra architect claims to have been going for a Music From Big Pink kind of thing, and the plethora of steady rockin’ grooves testify to that. However, this being HH, there is an element of cerebral surreality that lends the record an odd charm.

Soccer96
Tactics EP

Soccer96 are the two-thirds of The Comet Is Coming that aren’t Shabaka Hutchings - that is, Danalogue (keyboardist and producer Dan Leavers) and Betamax (percussionist Max Hallett). They are joined by singer Alabaster DePlume and bassist Kristian Craig Robinson, and the three tracks on their dazzling new Tactics EP exude energy and invention. 
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Grimes
Miss Anthropocene

Grimes is back with her first album in five years and third for 4AD. Miss Anthropocene contains the singles 'Violence' and 'So Heavy I Fell Through The Earth', which you may have heard on t'wireless. It is the follow up to the brilliant Art Angels - an album so good that former Normanite, Robin, gave it a 9/10 review back in 2015. Features collaborations with 潘PAN & i_o on some proper pop bangers.
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Razorcuts
Storyteller

A deluxe re-issue of Storyteller, the debut album from short-lived London-based indie band Razorcuts. Originally released in 1988 on Creation, it’s a lean and taut 35-minute collection that put them streets ahead of their competitors at the time. Now, it gets a re-issue with a bonus eight-track album and in-depth sleeve notes. 
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Vaselines / Pooh Sticks
Dying For It

One of those split singles where one band covers the other band's song but with a twist as the Vaselines play the Vaselines and the Pooh Sticks play the Vaselines also. You'd be forgiven for thinking this was 1988 or something but as far as I can see this is a modern day release - the sort you could have only dreamt of back in the day. Classic fun time indie-pop for all ages. 
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Various
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

If you're wondering about what 2020 really needs in order to get us out of the doldrums then pretty high on the list must be a double 7" release containing the likes of David Gedge & Sleeper covering those James Bond themes that were sung by Dame Shirley Bassey. Yes, here are our indie heroes paying tribute to the Bond/Bassey collaborations highlighted by Darren Hayman's vital re-imagining of Goldfinger as well as attempts by the Left Outsides and DJ Downfall & Theoretical Girl. 
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BMX Bandits
C86

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The Pastels
Advice to the Graduate / Ship to Shore

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Kaytranada
Bubba

Bubba is the second album by Canadian DJ and producer Kaytranada which was released digitally at the end of 2019. The album was universally acclaimed with its consistency being compared to its predecessor 99.9%. It features a number of guest appearances including Kali Uchis, Pharrell Williams, GoldLink and Estelle.
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Derrero
Time Lapse

After being musically inactive for the best part of two entire decades, former John Peel favourites Derrero return with a new studio album. Recorded and produced over an intense weekend at the beginning of last summer, Time Lapse is 11 joyous tracks of the same art-rock noise that earned them a cult following in the first place. 

Declan McKenna
Zeros

Following the chart success of his debut album What Do You Think About The Car? three years ago, English star Declan McKenna announces his second full-length. Harnessing and updating the raw songwriting power of classic Dylan and housing the singles ‘Beautiful Faces’ and ‘The Key To Life On Earth’, Zeros sees him continue his impressive progression. 

My Life Story
Versions

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The Beths
Jump Rope Gazers

Another round of scintillating power-pop from New Zealand’s The Beths, as they return with their second studio album Jump Rope Gazers. Written during the intense tours behind 2018’s acclaimed breakout Future Me Hates Me, Elizabeth Stokes and co. aim for very much the same mood, setting lyrics about worry and introversion to gregarious, bright rock. 

Karen Marks
Cold Café

Former rock journalist and band manager Karen Marks had a short but effective career in the world of minimal wave. Cold Cafe is an Australian forerunner of the genre and was originally released in 1981. It was produced with collaborator, Ash Wednesday. This 5-track 12” features two previously unheard demo recordings. 

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
Hell / Laid

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The Midnight
Monsters

Monsters is the third album by US synthwave duo The Midnight. Their music melds the sound of many an ‘80s film soundtrack with deep house, pop and rock. This will appeal to fans of the Stranger Things soundtrack, Chromatics, Churches, Hot Chip and The 1975. Recent sell-out gigs at London’s Roundhouse suggests that they’re stock is well and truly on the rise.

The Explorers Club
To Sing and Be Born Again

Nashville-based ‘60s pop obsessives The Explorers Club augment the release of their eponymous fourth album with an album of covers. To Sing and Be Born Again includes versions of songs by The Turtles, Manfred Mann, Boyce & Hart, Herb Alpert, Paul Revere & The Raiders and more. On Goldstar Recordings.

NZCA Lines
Pure Luxury

NCZA Lines is the synth-pop project of Michael Lovett along with other musicians who have included Charlotte Heatherly, once of Ash and drummer Sarah Jones who has played with a number of acts from Harry Styles to Bat For Lashes. Pure Luxury is his fist album since 2016’s Infinite Summer. Here we have an album of effervescent synth funk on Memphis Industries. 
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Mr Ben & The Bens
Life Drawing

Mr Ben and the Bens is the brainchild of Ben Hall of Sheffield who has gone the opposite way of most performers and replaced his synth-based earlier recordings with acoustic based ones. These twelve brightly lit folk tunes are inspired by Sheffield and the surrounding area and follows up the earlier Who Knows Jenny Jones release. 

Sweet Spirit
Trinidad

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Jockstrap
Wicked City

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Automatic Tasty
A Farewell To Reason

Automatic Tasty, AKA Irishman Jonny Dillon, has been releasing electronic records on labels such as Lunar Disko Records, Wil-Ru Records and Central Processing Unit. This time out he’s on Wrong Island Communications with an EP, Farewell To Reason. He’s singing some synth-pop songs with nods to Fad Gadget, New Order and Pet Shop Boys. He’s never previously had the inclination to sing on his records before, this just happened, apparently - I’m sure he’s just being modest.
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Tears For Fears
The Hurting

An absolute milestone for Phil as his favourite childhood album finally arrived into Norman Records. It contains all Tears For Fears early and great tracks like Pale Shelter, Change and Mad World and sold absolutely billions of copies. Listen to it again, you'll have forgotten how good it tastes.   

Choir Boy
Passive With Desire

Synth-pop! Passive With Desire, by Choir Boy, has the intimate lonely feel of bedroom DIY productions, though the detailed band arrangements and even live instrumentation(!) actually give it a broader scope, crossing in places into the feel of actual eighties hit pop. Heavy feels and light synth melodies: out on Dais.

Matthew Dear
Bunny

Dear Matthew, thanks for releasing a new album. I don't know what it sounds like yet. I'm told that it's kinda moody and ominous which would certainly offset the fact that it's named Bunny, because rabbits are incredibly cute. I've also heard that Tegan and Sara feature on a track, which is easily the best news I've had all year. I'm sure this record will speak to your need to make a myriad different sounds all the time and in good avant-pop ways. Thanks XOX Norman.

Peaking Lights
Little Flower

Weirdo disco dub duo Peaking Lights return with new sounds, and with a special guest too! Little Flower includes a vocal from actress Chloë Sevigny, sounding pretty cool and effortless over the sweet psychedelic groove. In addition we get the exclusive new track ‘Conga Blue’, as well as instrumental versions of both cuts. 12” on Two Flowers.
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Liza Anne
Bad Vacation

We've all had a bad vacation. Mine was in Cromer in 1988 when my mum cut her thumb open on a can of baked beans. Liza Anne's Bad Vacation includes worrying about toxic relationships, bad habits via finely honed rock/roll anthems that bring to mind the pizazz of Sleater Kinney, Blondie and St. Vincent. A bold, brave and empowered new effort. 
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Pale Lights
You And I

The members of Pale Lights look to have been around the indie-pop block a few times in groups such as Comet Gain, Velocette and the criminally underrated the Projects. Therefore they cannily put their experience into coming up with the sort of languid, bookish indie-pop earlier peddled by the likes of Felt and the Go-Betweens. Perfect for a laid back summer day. 
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Odd Hope
All The Things

Out on the endlessly creative Slumberland label is Odd Hope which is the home fi project of Tim Tinderholt. Armed with a four track recorder he attempts to recreate the clanking pop sounds of the likes of Wire, Guided By Voices and TV Personalities. With an album already under his belt here are two further concise pop artefacts to enjoy. 
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Bleeding Heart Pigeons
Stir

Generating a great deal of hype when they signed to Virgin back in 2013, Irish trio Bleeding Heart Pigeons return to the indies with their first album in four years. Recorded in a converted farm shed in rural Limerick and produced by the group’s Mícheál Keating, Stir takes cues from modern and classic indie from both sides of the Atlantic. 

Polly Scattergood
In This Moment

English singer / songwriter Polly Scattergood follows her collaboration with Maps, under the name onDeadWaves, with her fourth album, In This Moment. Here, she has gone for widescreen, raw and powerful production, balanced with moments of delicate tranquillity. She traverses subjects such as becoming a mother, joy and grief and reflects on the effects they’ve had on her over time.

Denai Moore
Modern Dread

Denai Moore claims her music to be genre free, but to give you, the customer, something to grab hold of, she’s got a soul / R&B-meets-Folk vibe going on and cites Lauryn Hill and Bon Iver as influences on her work. Modern Dread is her third album, following 2015’s Elsewhere and 2017’s We Used To Bloom. You may also know her from her vocal performance on Wonder Where We Land by SBTRKT.

Kate Nash
Made Of Bricks

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Christine and The Queens
La vita nuova

After the success of her recent Chris opus, Christine and The Queens waste no time in following it up with this five track EP which contains the recent surprise single People, I've Been Sad. Written to accompany a short film of the same name it sees Chris and co explore themes of vulnerability and change.

Savage Gary
Quarantine Sampler

Savage Gary is the moniker sometimes used by super producer and Speedy Wunderground owner Dan Carey. His output so far has been minimal  - just a couple of features on out of print 7"s but here his is with a four track lockdown sampler. Not a pip of information on this so we're guessing as much as you are but it's a white label on Speedy Wunderground and Carey is always in demand so expect it to fly out.  
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The Lottery Winners
Sounds of Isolation

Recorded swiftly under lockdown and serving as a lightning-fast follow-up to their self-titled debut album which only came out back in March, The Lottery Winners deliver an 11-track covers album, including versions of Joy Division, Oasis and Smiths classics. Sounds Of Isolation's release date coincides with what was supposed to be their biggest headline show to date, at Manchester’s O2 Ritz.
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Half Man Half Biscuit
Achtung Bono

Achtung Bono was Half Man Half Biscuit's tenth album released back in 2005. It was something of a return to their zippy post-punk roots and contains a number of their most well known and most mosh pit-friendly indie tunes. Most will know Joy Division Oven Gloves but We Built This Village on a Trad. Arr. Tune is the band at their catchiest and most droll.  

The Blue Nile
High

The Blue Nile have a famously sparse back catalogue, releasing just four albums in their 36 year career. They definitely believe the quality, not quantity trope. It turns out that there was some unreleased stuff knocking around, though. The reissue of their fourth and final album to date, 2004’s High, comes with an extra 32 minutes of music on the 2CD version. It is also being released on vinyl for the first time in its original 9 track form.
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Frazey Ford
U kin B the Sun

Frazey Ford was one third of folk trio The Be Good Tanyas. U Kin B The Sun is her third album since going solo. The album eschews folk in favour soulful grooves - and those of you that heard the track ‘Done’ from 2014’s Indian Ocean album will know that she is only too capable of carrying off such a sound with aplomb. 

Mason Bee
Play Flights

Instrumentalist and producer Benet Walsh, a long-time associate and touring partner with electronic music veterans Plaid, presents his debut album as Mason Bee. Gathering up influences ranging from electronica to folk, and approaching it with his own DIY aesthetic, Play Flights is a work of quiet brilliance. 

Art Feynman
Half Price at 3:30

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Becca Mancari
The Greatest Part

Becca Mancari is a singer songwriter out of Nashville who earned plaudits for her debut Good Woman which introduced to the world her acoustic songsmithery. A million streams later it's time for the follow up. The Greatest Part is a more realised affair with electronics and beats and in Hunter a lead single that heads off towards Kate Bush/Bat For Lashes territory. 

David Sylvian
Brilliant Trees

Brilliant Trees was the debut album from David Sylvian following the dissolution of his band Japan. The album moved away from the post new romanticisms of their swansong Tin Drum and towards the more acoustic reflective material he would perfect on Secrets of the Beehive. Now re-issued on 180g vinyl. 
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Jessie Ware
What's Your Pleasure?

A consistently underrated presence in British pop music throughout the 2010s, Jessie Ware presents her fourth studio album What’s Your Pleasure? Its long rollout began over a year ago with first single ‘Adore You’, co-written with Metronomy’s Joseph Mount, and the album itself is shaped in a similar image of sophisticated, funky pop. 

Seablite
Grass Stains and Novocaine

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Gordi
Our Two Skins

Gordi is an Australian folktronica musician whose real name is Sophie Payten. Her latest album, Our Two Skins, was written following the death of her grandmother and how deeply the loss was felt. The track ‘Sandwiches’ details her dying days. It was produced by Chris Messina and Zach Hanson who are known for their work with Bon Iver.

Squid
Sludge / Broadcaster

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TTRRUUCES
TTRRUUCES

It’s unusual for an enigmatic duo to put pictures of themselves on the album sleeve, but that’s what odd spellers TTRRUUCCES have done. We also know their names - Natalie Findlay from the UK and Frenchman Jules Apollinaire. Their self-titled debut is a rock opera, in the form of widescreen pop, rowdy beats and contemplative ballads, about a girl who is sad and a boy who feels lost. On Allpoints.

Various
Signals, Wires & Amplifiers

Arriving in limited edition red DVD packaging with five postcard inserts, Signals, Wires & Amplifiers is a new compilation celebrating the simple pleasures of buzzing organs and garage-rock. It features new and old cuts from the Next Phase: Normal label roster, including The Razerbills, The Edible Eyes and Girl One And The Grease Guns. 
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Braids
Shadow Offering

Canadian art-rock favourites Braids announce their first studio album in half a decade. Having spent nearly three years recording and tweaking it with the help of former Death Cab For Cutie guitarist Chris Walla, Shadow Offering is arguably the band’s most ambitious and sonically diverse album yet. 

Darren Hayman
12 Astronauts

British indie legend Darren Hayman, formerly of cult favourites Hefner, brings us his 18th solo album 12 Astronauts. Released in the same year as the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, the concept is simple - 12 men have set foot on the Moon, and there’s one song for each of them. Lucky for some.

Sleeper
At The BBC

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Darren Hayman
I Can Travel Through Time

I Can Travel Through Time is a limited edition 7” vinyl offering from former Hefner lead singer Darren Hayman, restricted to a run of just 100 copies in Japan. Containing ten, short quicksilver compositions, each of these copies includes a tiny piece of the EP’s original artwork, numbered and signed by Hayman himself. 
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Hoopla Blue
Pl(^)nted

Hoopla Blue's debut album Pl(^)nted has the Birmingham outfit playing space chamber pop which owes something to the grand tones of Grizzly Bear and the widescreen sheen of Broken Social Scene. Good idea on the vinyl too which uses up leftover pellets from previous runs to make randomized coloured wax.
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Martha Ffion
Nights To Forget

Claire McKay is from Ireland but lives in Glasgow. She records music under the name Martha Ffion and, due to her current location, was nominated for the Scottish Album of the Year award for her last album, Sunday Best. Her new album, Nights to Forget, sees her change her sound a bit, moving in the direction of original contemporary pop with nods to St. Vincent, Roisin Murphy and Anderson .Paak. Lyrically she ponders loss, being able to let go, moving on and why we bother with nostalgia.
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Houses Of Heaven
Silent Places

A debut album layering minimalist industrial rhythms, shoegaze textures and injections of dub from San Fran Bay Area trio Keven Tecon, Adam Beck and Nick Ott, recording under the name Houses Of Heaven. Silent Places explores the slow-motion chaos that we all experiences existing in the modern world. 
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Mr Ben & The Bens
Who Knows Jenny Jones

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A.R. Pinewood
No Life

Electronically-enhanced country pop brilliance from digital cowboy A.R. Pinewood, whose debut album No Life seems like the result of a bot scouring heartbroken social media posts and cross-pollinating them with a potted history of country music to produce note-perfect tracks. Perhaps counter-intuitively, it’s an incredibly human experience. 
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Happy Spendy
You're Doing Okay

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Sports Team
The Races

Attacking ignorance, wayward politics and the traps of unthinking nationalism, ‘The Races’ is the latest single from the increasingly promising Sports Team, presented here on 7” vinyl. Picking up support and airplay from BBC 6 Music and Annie Mac on Radio 1 in recent weeks, it continues to lay the ground for what will hopefully be a great debut. 
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