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The Stroppies
The Stroppies

Melbourne-based The Stroppies took inspiration from Guided By Voices and The Great Unwashed in getting ideas recorded as quickly as possible so they were never standing still creatively. Starting out as a three-piece, they added a drummer following their wish to create more than the limiting nature of keyboard drum beats would allow. Despite fleshing-out their sound, their lo-fi, DIY charm still remains intact. The Stroppies are comprised from members of bands such as The Stevens, Dick Diver and See/Saw. Self-titled mini-LP on Tough Love Records, limited to 300 copies.
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The Best of Chapterhouse

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Copper Blue

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The Airborne Toxic Event
Hollywood Park

Sharing a title with the forthcoming memoir by lead singer Mikel Jollett, indie-rock survivors The Airborne Toxic Event deliver their sixth studio album Hollywood Park. It’s a deeply personal record from Jollett’s perspective, with the tracks containing real audio snippets from his family and grandiose flourishes of orchestra. 

Car Seat Headrest
Making A Door Less Open

Making A Door Less Open is a convoluted way of saying “Close the door”. It is also the first album of new material by Car Seat Headrest since Teens of Denial in 2016. It’s been four years in the making, and here’s why: Car Seat Headrest man Will Toledo recorded the album twice, with the help of his friend and drummer Andrew Katz. It was recorded once with guitars, bass and drums, then with synths. The two versions were then combined to produce the final album. If the results are as good as Teens of Denial then we’re in for a cracker!

Dark blue

Caroline are an eight-piece from London. They build their songs from a wide range of influences such as emo, Appalachian folk, dance and minimalist classical music. Not content with a song being simply done, they deconstruct and reconstruct until they have the finished article. Dark Blue is their debut 12” single.

The Nightingales
Four Against Fate

With Four Against Fate, the 11th album by Birmingham post-punk band The Nightingales, you can be assured of it’s quality. Band leader Robert Lloyd claims that this is the only one of his albums, presumably including the one he made with previous band The Prefects, on which he doesn’t skip any tracks when listening back to it. Like 2018’s Perish The Thought, this is released on Tiny Global Productions, the first time the band have released two albums on the same label. 

The Wedding Present
George Best

The ever-prolific pioneers of UK indie, The Wedding Present, are embarking on an extensive reissue campaign, releasing five albums, two compilations and an EP from the band’s ‘80s and 90’s output, all of which are expanded multi-disc sets crammed with bonus material, extensive sleeve notes, art work and general Weddos emphemera. Most synonymous for their familiar depiction of relationships using acerbic wit, frontman David Gedge is a virtuoso when it comes to the bittersweet love song. Originally released in 1987, ‘George Best’ was the anticipated debut album by The Wedding Present, and saw the band do what they do best: create perfectly primitive, high-energy guitar-pop music about love and heartbreak. Lyrically some of Gedge’s most simple but much-loved songs; ‘George Best’ helped to create the Wedding Present’s definitive nuanced sound, and maintained their status as pillars of jangle pop. 

The Strokes
The New Abnormal

When it was announced that The Strokes would be releasing their first new LP since 2013’s ‘Comedown Machine’ the news was shared around the internet at almost the same pace as Jennifer Aniston’s 'Friends' reunion snap. Amid all the excitement, there was also apprehension about what a new record from this notoriously inconsistent group would bring. Fortunately, ‘The New Abnormal’ represents arguably the best blend of The Strokes' dilettantish indie style and Julian Casablancas’ art-rock tendencies in their post-‘Room On Fire’ discography.

Queens Of The Stone Age
Era Vulgaris

Queens of the Stone Age's fifth album 'Era Vulgaris' is perhaps their most diverse and experimental record. Gone are the warm fuzz guitars and mysterious atmosphere of 'Lullabies to Paralyze' and in come the crunchy, angular riffs and uneasy mood. There's the influence of electronic music and synth pop, Southern rock and noise rock all over this record, with the Queens shaping classic tracks like "Sick, Sick, Sick", "3's & 7's" and "Make It wit Chu". Bulby approves.

The Fall
The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall (Expanded Edition)

Beggar’s Banquet are launching the next phase of their Fall reissue campaign, hooray hooray! Here we have a deluxe double pack that combines the (relatively) ‘mainstream’ The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall with The Wonderful and Frightening Escape Route of The Fall. Bargainous reissue goodness.

The James Dean Driving Experience
Sean Connery

The James Dean Driving Experience were one of those great indie-pop bands of the '80s that time forgot. Thankfully Optic Nerve are here to remind us of their jangly charms. This was their final release back in the new decade 1990 and will appeal to fans of the likes of the Servants and Close Lobsters. Comes with neat postcard and poster.  

Josef K
The Only Fun In Town

'The Only Fun In Town' is the first, last, and only album from Scottish post-punkers Josef K. It's an album that gets straight to the point, clocking in at under half an hour. It's angular and sharp, with screeching guitars and fizzy drums all underpinned by Paul Haig's yelpy, tremulous vocals. Reissued on lovely clear vinyl by Les Disques du Crepuscule. 

Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres
Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres

Pete Doherty is still out here doing his thing, with another new band behind him, The Puta Madres. This self-titled pseudo-debut features all your favourite Doherty stylings, with love and loss and darkness all expressed through Pete’s cheeky-chappy doomed-romantic persona. Available via Strap Originals, in a whole bevy of formats.

Thee Oh Sees
Mutilator Defeated At Last

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The Peculiar Smell of the Inevitable

The Peculiar Smell of the Inevitable is the second album by Chemtrails, the garage punk / acidic new wave duo made up of happy couple Mia Lust and Laura Orlova. Their sound blends chugging distortion, synth, earworm melodies and harmonies which has drawn praise from the likes of Stereogum, KEXP, The Line of Best Fit and DIY. On Punk Slime.
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Soundgarden’s 1994 classic Superunknown gets a 20th anniversary reissue with not one, but two deluxe versions to choose from. It will also be available on vinyl. The Super Deluxe version is an expansive 5 CD package featuring the remastered album, demos, rehearsals and b-sides and a version of the album mixed in Blu-ray ™ Audio 5.1 Surround Sound. Beautifully packaged in a hardback book with new artwork, liner notes from Rolling Stone journalist David Fricke and previously unseen photos by Kevin Westerberg. The Deluxe version is a 2 CD set including the full remastered album, demos, rehearsals and b-sides. The Vinyl version is 2 slabs of 180gm vinyl housed in a gatefold sleeve featuring 16 tracks.

The Killers
Direct Hits

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Truth Cult
Off Fire

Off Fire is the debut album by Baltimore’s Truth Cult. It not only follows their debut EP chronologically but soundwise too. Their energetic rock sound takes in elements of hardcore, grunge, punk and garage and is likely to have you jumping around throwing furniture at the walls within the first few bars.


Like all the best bands Chicago’s Melkbelly perfectly balance noise and melody in their music. They were full-tooled up with rock music's favorite instruments plus synths and Moogs for their latest album, PITH, which was blasted out over a two-day session in Bloomington, Indiana. On Wax Nine Records.

The Libertines
Anthems For Doomed Youth

So, The Libertines actually made a new album to accompany that big-money live reunion. Anthems For Doomed Youth is that album, approaching their much loved sound from an older, possibly wiser position. An interesting prospect considering the inherently youthful nature of the band’s earlier work… Twelve tracks, or sixteen should you choose the deluxe edition CD.

Reality Escape Resort EP

This sounds rather exciting. Yammerer have already been getting plaudits from the likes of Tom Robinson and Clash magazine and play an energetic full-throttle style of post-punk that recalls the Fall and Gang of Four. It may be discordant but it is also kinetic and if you have feet then they will be moving by the end of the first track here. I predict big things.   
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Weights & Measures
Complete Discography

Canadian instrumental math-rock trio (I really want to write ‘maths rock’) Weights & Measures don’t concern themselves with whether your landlord is serving you the right amount of booze, they just wanna play. Well, they did until 2004 when they split up. For the first time on vinyl we have their Complete Discography. The band were underappreciated in their time, so now’s the time to lend them your ears. 2LP on Oscarson, limited to 175 copies.
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Band of Horses
Everything All The Time

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Mellow Drunk
One Thousand Lights

A special release on cola-bottle-clear vinyl for One Thousand Lights, the 2009 studio album from celebrated indie act Mellow Drunk, which followed six years after their previous effort and reminded everyone of their beautifully arranged melodic guitar pop. They've beloved on the West Coast, but can they take West Yorkshire?

In Utero

Nirvana’s In Utero, the album that famously followed Nevermind with a more caustic, cutting sound. Pretty emotionally and sonically heavy, particularly for a record that reached number one in the US. Includes "Heart-Shaped Box", "Rape Me", and the title track, which is essentially designed to be poppy enough to entice listeners into the abrasive depths of the record. Reissued on vinyl by Back To Black.

Girl Band
Going Norway

Girl Band broke their 4 year hiatus with noisy single, 'Shoulderblades'. Now we have it’s follow-up, 'Going Norway'. Like its predecessor it is noisy and it is taken from the Irish band’s second album, 'The Talkies', which the follow-up to 2015’s 'Holding Hands With Jamie'. Girl Band remain one of the most thrillingly abrasive bands around.  

Flat Worms
Into The Iris

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Roddy Woomble
Everyday Sun

Renowned as a bard of melancholic indie-rock poetry, Idlewild lead singer Roddy Woomble offers his fans something a little different in his latest EP, Everyday Sun. Its six tracks, culminating in a 17-minute duet with cellist and composer Oliver Coates, resolutely refuse to settle into a singular mood. 

The Fall
The Wonderful And Frightening Escape Route To The Fall

Beggar’s Banquet are launching the next phase of their Fall reissue campaign, hooray hooray! The Wonderful and Frightening Escape Route of The Fall gathered together two singles and an EP, and was first released in 1984. The last Fall album with a double drummer line-up by the way. This LP reissue is freshly remastered.
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There have been significant changes in the three years that Happyness, one of the most inventive yet consistently overlooked bands in British indie in recent times, have been away. For their third album Floatr, drummer Ash Cooper now co-fronts the band alongside core members Jonny Allan and Ash Kenazi, and judging by the dazzling lead single ‘Vegetable’, it could usher in the band’s best album yet. 

Diet Cig
Do You Wonder About Me?

Following the success of their 2017 debut Swear I’m Good At This which earned them a sizeable cult fanbase, Alex Luciano and Noah Bowman reveal their second Diet Cig album. Do You Wonder About Me? is more muscular and confident than before, but it still contains the witty and literate lyrics of Luciano and the overtures towards tweeness that made them so beloved the first time out. 
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The Brian Jonestown Massacre
The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Now weirdly busier than ever, Anton Newcombe was planning two albums for 2018 but the success of Something Else and it's associated tours has led this self titled follow up to be pushed back to 2019. Well at least we have a brand new the Brian Jonestown Massacre album to listen to before we all die.  Something Else was really rather good so we are looking forward to the treats on offer here.  

Stephen Malkmus
Traditional Techniques

Not put off by the fact that Pavement are reuniting for Primavera this year, the group’s legendary lead singer Stephen Malkmus is releasing his second solo album in as many years. Following 2019’s electronic-influenced Groove Denied, Traditional Techniques is both adventurous yet comfortingly familiar. 
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Melbourne-based trio Romy Vager, Reuben Bloxham and Marc Nolte return with their second RVG album. Recorded with esteemed former PJ Harvey and Nick Cave producer Victor Van Vugt, Feral deliberately has a more spontaneous and ‘live’ feel than its predecessor, accurately translating the power of their acclaimed on-stage performances. 
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Yellow & Green

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The Loft
Up The Hill And Down The Slope

Arrrggghhh The Loft! The first band led by Pete Astor (the Weather Prophets Pete Astor). Two stellar singles Why Does the Rain? and Up The Hill And Down The Slope and that's your lot. The nice people at Optic Nerve are re-issuing this minor classic on coloured vinyl 7" with a poster and a postcard so you can swoon once again to its strummy charms.    

Working Men's Club
Bad Blood / Suburban Heights

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Snow Patrol
Eyes Open

Eyes Open was the fourth album by Snow Patrol, coming three years after its predecessor, Final Straw, in 2006. It shifted a lot of copies and was the biggest selling album of the year. The major label boost was really paying off. To make the album extra shiny, U2, Robbie Williams and The Killers producer Jacknife Lee was drafted in. Among the 60-odd musicians that played on the album, Martha Wainwright and The Vaselines Eugene Kelly are the standout names. Deluxe reissue LP on Polydor.

Joan As Police Woman
Cover Two

Cover 2 is the second album of covers by Joan As Police Woman. Here she takes on songs by Michael McDonald, Outkast, Neil Young, Talk Talk, The Strokes, Prince, Cass McCombs, Blur and Gil Scott Heron. If you’ve heard her version of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s Fire, then you’ll be aware that these are reworkings, not just straight forward covers.

If Not, When?

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Why Bonnie
Voice Box

The debut EP release on Fat Possum for Blair Howerton’s creatively blossoming project Why Bonnie, and her third EP altogether, Voice Box is another demonstration of her forceful singing voice, her equally striking lyrical style, and the gentle Snail Mail-esque guitar pop she uses to propel them. 

The Man Who Died In His Boat

Originally released in 2013, this album was recorded by Liz Harris alongside her best-known work, Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill. It’s in the same stylistic ballpark - ethereal, heavily reverbed electric guitar and vocals with dark and mysterious undercurrents, sometimes swimming into clearer focus when Harris switches to acoustic. Out of print for a while and now back on CD.

Cryptograms & Flourescent Grey

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Tropical Fuck Storm
A Laughing Death in Meatspace

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Franz Ferdinand
Franz Ferdinand

Honestly, who knew we'd look back on this one as fondly as we do? Franz Ferdinand's first record seemed hell-bent on compacting as many hooks as was feasibly possible in a post-punk record, with "Take Me Out" a prime example of overdoing it for the best results. Not much else needs be said about this record of smirking gloom hits.

Fictional Decision

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Catherine Wheel
Adam and Eve

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The Black Watch
Brilliant Failures

The Black Watch are an indie band from Santa Barbara, California who formed in 1987. Since then, without a great deal of people noticing and certainly with no hype, they’ve put out 20-odd LPs and EPs. They sound like a very desirable mix of the famed Dunedin sound, Guided By Voices and The Wedding Present. Their latest album is Brilliant Failures, you should buy it. 
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Elephant Tree

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Brendan Benson
Dear Life

A co-founder of The Raconteurs along with Jack White as well as a solo artist with a great reputation, Brendan Benson returns with his seventh album, and first after a seven-year hiatus imposed by fatherhood. Dear Life is also his debut for Third Man Records, and sees him, as ever, melding classic rock moves with modern creativity. 

The Reverse
Which Way Out

North London post-punk, goth-tinged, alt-folk indie band The Reverse have been likened to Pulp, Lloyd Cole, Belle and Sebastian, The Auteurs and David Devant & His Spirit Wife. Which Way Out is their debut album. The songs tend to be personal, political or both and are delivered with a dark sense of humour. 

The Rifles
Live At The Roundhouse

A double-LP live album featuring songs spanning their decade-and-a-half career, Live At The Roundhouse captures Essex’s The Rifles in their natural habitat. Having toiled around the nation’s live circuit for so many years building up their devoted fanbase, this 20-track set feels like the culmination of a life’s work. 

Dum Dum Girls
I Will Be

You know Dum Dum Girls, right? I'm guessing you probably do. Well, this here record, 'I Will Be' happens to be the Los Angeles indie-popsters' debut LP which introduced itself to the world back in that there year we called 2010. Dee Dee Penny's merry band made a highly infectious, hook-laden record when they put these tracks down. Rollicking tunes led by rattling guitars, cracking choruses and loping, tinny drums, just like 1987 never ended. Bouncy, fun-time pop larks ahoy! LP or CD, on Sub Pop.


Sorry have only been seen so far on a grab bag of singles so its high time they delivered their debut album. The North London crew are nothing if not shape shifters and have a thrillingly open minded nature to their music making. This hotly anticipated debut was, for example, influenced by Aphex Twin and Tony Bennett (and possibly Ronnie Corbett though citation needed).  It's a very now record  - filled as much with experimentation as it is with pop hooks.   

Jenny Lewis
On The Line

Where has Jenny Lewis been for the last five years since her 2014 album 'The Voyager'? Anyway, the good news is that the former Riley Kilo singer has this new album where she is backed by a cast of quite legendary musicians including Ringo Starr, Beck and Don Was. There's always one or two good things in a Jenny Lewis LP so it may well be worth the wait. 
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Rowland S. Howard
Teenage Snuff Film

Teenage Snuff Film was the first solo album by the legendary Rowland S. Howard. It was originally released in 1999.  There’s a cover of Billy Idol’s White Wedding and Bad Seed Mick Harvey contributes his instrumental talents. Of Course, Howard had a rich musical history behind him by this time with The Birthday Party, Crime & The City Solution, These Immortal Souls and various collaborations with the likes of Lydia Lunch and Fad Gadget. 

Arctic Monkeys
Black Treacle

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You know the band Terry, right? Well Primo feature two members of Terry doing music in generally the same ballpark but with a more minimal post-punk ethic at play. The Melbourne-based four piece have been compared to the New Zealand bands of the mid '80s (the Chills et al) as well as Young Marble Giants and Grass Widow. Therefore it's perfect that they've wound up Upset the Rhythm for this, their second album.  

Enter Shikari
Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible

Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible is the sixth album by screamo favourites Enter Shikari. This has been labeled ‘the most definitive Enter Shikari album’ and contains elements of everything the band have done over their previous five albums. Frontman Rou Reynolds, who also produced the album, says its for the frustrated among us who still have hope. 


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File Under Easy Listening

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Live at The Ritz - An Acoustic Performance

Just what we need in these times of crisis - the warm, avuncular sound of Guy Garvey's voice heading up his soft rock mainstays Elbow. Live At The Ritz is a collection of recordings from a selection of acoustic-based shows they did around the release of their last album Giants of All Sizes. It will either be a comforting, familiar blanket or send you racing for the latest Merzbow release but for fans it couldn't be better timed. 

The Valentine's Day Session

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Crippled Black Phoenix
We Shall See Victory

Formed 16 years ago between Mogwai bassist Dominic Aitchison and multi-instrumentalist Justin Greaves (variously Electric Wizard, Iron Monkey and Se Delan), Crippled Black Phoenix have long challenged their audiences both on record and in the live arena. We Shall See Victory sees them at their finest at the latter, a double-disc set recorded live in the Swiss city of Bern during their 2012 tour. 

Savage Mansion
Weird Country

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The Datsuns

New Zealand hard rockers The Datsuns will soon be releasing their seventh album. While we wait for that to be unleashed, we have a reissue of their fourth album from 2008, Headstunts. The observant smarties among you will already have noticed that the title is, in fact, an anagram of The Datsuns. Contains the singles So Long and Human Error.
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You Or Someone You Know

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The Boo Radleys
Everything's Alright Forever

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Metro Trinity
Die Young

The short-lived but much-loved Manchester indie outfit Metro Trinity (whose number at one point included future Doves guitarist Andy Williams) earn a re-issue of their Die Young EP, originally released back in early 1987 on their own Cafeteria label. Here, three of its four tracks are pressed on white 7” vinyl via Optic Nerve. 

Either Light

Boston band Vundabar return with Ether Light, the follow-up to 2018’s Smell Smoke. It sees the band, a traditionally an off-kilter indie rock band prone to wig-outs, trying out some new sounds. They dabble with drum machines, loops, samples and synths and used the vocal talents of Slow Pulp’s Emily Massey too. It was produced by Patrick Hyland who has worked on the last three Mitski albums.
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Warm Digits
Flight of Ideas

Warm Digits is a lovely, comfortable, cosy name for a band, don’t ya think? The Newcastle-based duo return with Flight of Ideas. Bouncing synths, a blizzard of guitar and some day-glo jittering funk are topped off with guest vocals from Paul Smith of Maximo Park, The Lovely Eggs, The Orielles, Rozi Plain and Emma Pollock.


After they were shortlisted for the 2018 Welsh Music Prize for their debut Trunks and bagged support slots with IDLES and The Lovely Eggs, big things are rightly expected of Seazoo’s second album Joy. Specialising in grin-inducing, heart-leaping indie pop, their exceptional live form has accurately been captured by producers Ben Trow and Mike Collins. 

Born Ruffians

It did well for Lizzo, so Born Ruffians thought they’d piggy back her success by calling their new album Juice. Of course, the Canadian four-piece play an angular brand of indie rock and not scantily-clad flute pop. This album has a more polished approach from the band and sees them mining the mid-70s for  sounds.

Great Shakes Volume 1 & 2

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Victories At Sea
Everybody's Lost and All I Want is to Leave

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I Feel Alive

If you want a bit of guitar pop with literary lyrics and sublime hooks, then look no further, I Feel Alive is the fourth album from Canadian band, TOPS. The album has a defiantly ‘80s sound with a soft rock feel that, in terms of production, occasionally veers into Like A Virgin-era Madonna (remember that album was a Chic production). This could well soundtrack your summer.

Pearl Jam

Legendary Seattle-based rockers Pearl Jam emerge from hibernation for their first studio album in seven years. Their 11th effort overall, Gigaton promises to be a politically and ecologically aware experience, indicated by Canadian photographer Paul Nicklen’s image of a Norwegian ice cap melting to the extent that it’s created a waterfall. And fear not, PJ fans, there’s another of the band’s iconic world tours on the way as well! 


For their third studio album, London electronica outfit Fassine look at figures who live stoically at the fringes and extremes of modern British society, as well as marginalised communities. Forge is also instrumentally both heavier and more forceful than when the trio last released a full-length three years ago. 

Talk Show
These People

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Catholic Action
Celebrated By Strangers

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The Killers
Imploding The Mirage

Imploding The Mirage is the seventh album by The Killers. It’s their first since 2017’s Wonderful, Wonderful and, of course, since their triumphant Glastonbury headline set. The lead single from the album is called Caution, it features a guest appearance from the legendary Lindsay Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac. 

Unmask Whoever

Mixing electronica and dream-pop, Activity is a new four-piece formed of Grooms duo Travis Johnson and Steve Levine, bassist Zoë Browne (Field Mouse) and guitarist Jess Rees (Russian Baths). Unmask Whoever, produced with the help of Psychic TV’s Jeff Berner, speaks to the quartet’s resolve to undermine and subvert the norms of modern indie-rock. 

Adam Franklin
Drones & Clones: 10 Songs No Words

Glass Modern presents a first-ever vinyl release for Drones & Clones: 10 Songs No Words, the fourth solo album from Swervedriver’s Adam Franklin and the first of two full-lengths that he released in 2013. Back then, this album of instrumentals was only made available as a download, but it’s a timely re-issue as it played up the beautiful sounds that usually serve as a backdrop. 
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Nap Eyes
Snapshot Of A Beginner

Nap Eyes’ fourth studio album Snapshot of a Beginner sees the Canadian indie-rockers growing ever more comfortable with and confident in their sound. Although still centered around frontman Nigel Chapman’s freewheeling jamming sessions, on this occasion the band went into The National’s studio in New York state to put the loose song structures in place before most of the creativity started. 

Gold Cage
Social Crutch

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Bon Iver
Blood Bank (10th Anniversary Edition)

Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon followed his one-man-in-a-shed acoustic debut album, For Emma, Forever Ago in 2010 with an EP, Blood Bank. The EP marked a change in sound, introducing new techniques and textures. It is this more experimental sound that has been built on since, as he breaks new ground with every recording. Time to take a look back with this expanded 10th anniversary edition which includes brand new live recordings of all of the tracks.
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Robert Forster
Danger In The Past

Danger in the Past is the debut album by ex-Go-Between, Robert Forster. It is turning thirty this year and to celebrate it’s getting a remastered reissue. Forster’s band on this occasion was Mick Harvey, Hugo Race and Thomas Wydler. The album has been praised by BBC 6 Music’s Gideon Coe and music journalist Pete Paphides.

Robert Forster
Calling From A Country Phone

I was still crying about the demise of the Go-Betweens when Robert Forster released his first two solo albums Danger in the Past and Calling From A Country Phone in the early '90s so didn't really give them due attention amongst the tears. Now perhaps is a good time to evaluate them and the second of those records now comes remastered with liner notes and a bonus 7" featuring two tracks that were hidden tracks on the initial CD run.  

The No Ones
The Great Lost No Ones Album

The No Ones are a supergroup featuring R.E.M's Peter Buck, Scott McCaughey of The Young Fresh Fellows and The Minus 5, plus Frode Strømstad and Arne Kjelsrud Mathisen from Norweigian band I Was A King. The sum of which makes for The Great Lost No Ones Album highly charged with guitars and melody. 


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Saint Agnes
The Family Strange

Following a highly successful 2019 for the East London-based rock four-piece, fronted by the talented and charismatic Kitty Austen, the critically acclaimed Saint Agnes follow up their explosive debut album Welcome To Silvertown and their sell-out British tour with a new four-track EP titled The Family Strange. 

You Can Get There From Here

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Guided By Voices
The Bears For Lunch

New cheap (whilst stocks last) copies of this rather excellent 2012 album by the reunited 'classic' line up of Robert Pollard's long running Guided By Voices. It's probably the second best (after Class Clown Spots a UFO) of this period of the band and sees Pollard using an economical form of songwriting where one good riff or chord change seems to suffice per song. Also has the usual batch of very good Tobin Sprout-penned tracks.  

Greatest Hits (2020 Versions)

Coinciding with their 30th anniversary tour, Northern Irish rock outfit Therapy? announce a new Greatest Hits compilation in which the band have re-recorded all 12 of their UK Top 40 hit singles at Abbey Road, in order to give them a modern feel. The CD edition comes with an extra 15-track compilation titled Official Bootleg, taken from the group’s personal archives and featuring a live performance corresponding with each of the band’s 15 studio albums. 

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