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Pleasure Palaces

Errors return with a new LP and little in the way of press info to explain what they've been up to since the last release let only how they ended up sounding so much like Washed Out. Yep, looks like Errors - the post-rock band it's OK to like, have gone all dance-pop oriented. Weather it'...view item »

Crayonsmith/ Elk
Heaven Is An Aeroplane / Wet Stars

The split single. An amazing way to hear two bands for the price of one. This offering from the label that brought you such classics as 1985's Screwdriver/Bad Brains split “Ebony & Ivory” sees two quirksome pop bands vying for position on the starting grid of life. Forcing ...view item »

Cross The Line

  Cristine:'Cross The Line' (Mute Irregulars) Where raucous, grungy rock meets raw synth swirls over an incessant, chant-along vocal line. Is this the sort of pop made by kids who have just got what both Suicide and The Stooges were up to? Yeah, raw uncompromising digital dirge and animal drums. The flip is a Jesus & Mary Chain style wall ...view item »

Former Utopia/Michael L. Clamp/The Philanthropists

The split 7inch from Former Utopia/Michael L. Clamp/The Philanthropists is a corker and is well worth a listen. MJC offers a rendition of the classic Cole Porter song Don't Fence Me In. It's an earnest enough version, just a voice and guitar... both sound great, The Philanthropists song is called I Love Mickey and lasts about 2 seconds. It's an ode...view item »

Clean George IV
First Blast Of The Trumpet Against.....

CLEAN GEORGE IV with First Blast Of The Trumpet against the monstrous regiment of woman. What a title for such a straightforward song. have a listen yourself. Not a bad job and would benefit form a few listens with some dueling guitars going on and B-sides got some good lyrics on. The...view item »

Cheeky Cheeky And The Nosebleeds
You Let Me Go

Cheeky Cheeky & The Nosebleeds are up next with 'You'll Let Me Go'. Yawn... It's sending me to sleep this one. Apparently the NME and Jo Wiley have been biggin' these up so there you go... The gods have spoken ...I struggle to find a single element that I like about 'You Let Me Go'. Not that I hate it or anything. I don't hate anything... Apart...view item »

The Relationship
Oh Allen / Young Temptations

Weezer guitarist Brian Bell steps out of the shadows with his other outfit The Relationship. Fans of Cuomo et al won’t be disapointed. Oh Allen offers a belter of a chorus in that age old power pop tradition of strong, simple melodies. Backed up by Young Temptations on the B side. Out on vinyl 7&rdqu...view item »

The British Public

The British Public sound nice enough. They have a slightly twee sound that reeks of indie foppery. Shit I can almost smell the cardigans and teacups from here. The A side is about being attacked by bears and the bloody aftermath. The track on the flipside is about breasts and them getting bigger. The songs are concise and well produced and the c...view item »


So.. Volcanology by Brooklyn. Christ on a bike. It's jaunty, it's got 'ooh-oohs' and 'ba-bas' and it's WELL indie. At the start it upset my ears and by the end of the A-side the upset had trickled down my food pipe and infected my already black heart. Now I'm not even sure if I like music anymore. Looking on the bright side, there's also a remix th...view item »

All Your Favorite Bands

‘All Your Favorite Bands’ is the highly anticipated, fourth album release from LA based, rock four piece Dawes, out on their very own label Hub records. With the exception of the title track, which was written in collaboration with Jonny Fritz, every track on the album was written by Taylor Goldsmith and the album really showcases th...view item »

Frankie & The Heartstrings

A brand new record (the first since 2013) from Frankie and his band of loyal Heartstrings, now featuring the recognisable vocal contributions of a former Futurehead as well. Decency sounds pretty decent all told, the indie melodies catchy, the riffs and strums of the gu...view item »

The Blueskins
Change My Mind

THE BLUESKINS are back with a new single taken from the lynx deodorant advert on telly.... You know the ones which try and make you think wearing their own brand of chemicals will make you successful with women. Yes of course you do. Note that Lynx don't do a similar thing aimed at women.... that's because women aren't stupid but the fac...view item »

Bluesky Research
Fittest of The Fittest

Another 7" on Regal from BLUESKY RESEARCH entitled 'Fittest Of The Fittest'. It's meat and potatoes gear this. Safe, over polished. How can you polish something so much and still make it dull? It defy's the laws of modern science. This sounds like a really lame cross between Jane's Addiction and Oasis but lacks the power and energy of either. ...view item »

The Boggs
Arm In Arm

The Boggs are back with a new single from their up and coming 3rd album. Despite their shite name I don't mind these too much. They did a single sometime back I was so taken with I even took one. 'Arm In Arm' is the name of their new one and it's a right old glam stomper... I don't mind it if I'm honest. They seem to be able to string a song togeth...view item »

Air Cav
Alliance/ Branches

Firstly, a 7" by Air Cav. Manchester's latest colossal grey hopes release 'Alliance', reportedly the highlight of their mucho buzzed about live set. They've blatantly been swotting up on very early New Order (Movement/Everything's Gone Green) , trying to blend a contemporary euphoric pop sound with a sturdy 'lectro/rock twist and coming up wit...view item »

My Morning Jacket
The Waterfall

Recorded in Stinson Beach CA, ‘The Waterfall’ is Louisville Kentucky based rock quintet My Morning Jacket’s seventh full length album, due for release on ATO Records/Capitol Records. Following in the footsteps of their highly acclaimed Grammy nominated 2011 release ‘Circuital’, ‘The Waterfall’ is a focus...view item »

Wild Nights

Due for release on the 8th June 2015, ‘Wild Nights’ is the new album release from Manchester four piece PINS. ‘Too Little Too Late’ will be the first single release from the album, due out on 7” on the 30th of March and if it’s relentlessly aggro, primitive rhythms, fuzzed-out crashing guitars, heavy melodic b...view item »

Before The World Was Big

Relief and elation fight eachother as Girlpool release their new record Before the World Was Big! Thank goodness for that; following on from their EP of spry, confrontational jangle pop, they offer more songs about personal growth and identity, intertwined with unbelievable melodies that are modestly stat...view item »

No Joy
More Faithful

The third LP from No Joy is More Faithful which delivers some beautiful shoegaze that whirls around in reverb and almost chant-like vocals which layer over one another before being hooked back to earth with some concrete guitar work. It’s full of ethereal melodies which glance toward Slowdive ...view item »

Great Lake Swimmers
A Forest of Arms

The most demonstrably Canadian Canadian’s Great Lake Swimmers return with album number six. On A Forest of Arms these reliable and salubrious songsmiths continue to tug on heart strings and evoke wide open North American spaces. The album was uniquely recorded across said landscapes, haunting acoustics captured in...view item »

Cosy EP

Sounding like the end of a long day of sun-soaking, Cosy is filled with gentle surf guitars that keep rolling onto the shore. Headland could be a choice pick for a Late Night Tales mix, but instead it’s a splendid 5 track 12”. Limited to 500 editions worldwide, and on clear vinyl at that. Surf’s up, du...view item »


The first ‘proper’ album by Ash since Twilight of the Innocents a whole eight years ago… Kablammo! announces itself rather firmly with that title, and the first single, ‘Cocoon’ matches that tone with straight-down-the-line riffs and a sweeping chorus. “We have lots of energ...view item »

British Sea Power
The Decline Of British Sea Power

2003 was a bit before the vinyl craze we find ourselves in which will explain this reissue of British Sea Power’s debut LP from 2003, The Decline of British Sea Power  - some classic, footstompin' indie rock with solid guitar hooks and catchy choruses. Here we have a vinyl LP reissue, a 2CD is...view item »

The L-Shaped Man

You don’t usually get break-up albums from hardcore bands, but the recent break-up of Ceremony’s singer, Ross Farrar is the driving force behind their new album, The L-Shaped Man. Lyrically, the album charts the experience of losing someone you love and coming out the other side a changed person. Musically, ...view item »

Total Babes

Sharing a drummer with Cloud Nothings and featuring the synth stylings of Emeralds’ John Elliot, Total Babes are sure to pique interest across the spectrum. Heydays is a summer-ready jaunt in the vein of Tokyo Police Club or Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. Out on digipak CD and vinyl LP from Wichita....view item »

The Helio Sequence
The Helio Sequence

From Portland, land of third wave coffee snobbery, lesbian bookshops and free range elderly care, The Helio Sequence are back with their sixth self-titled album and first since 2012’s Negotiations. Going for 30 years has helped hone this duo into the tight, hip sound they rock. On Sub Pop records, on vinyl or CD. One for f...view item »


South-London indie band Childhood's debut album Lacuna is a chilled out, melodic record. Featuring the singles “As I Am” and “Falls Away”. Lacuna was produced by Dan Carey (Steve Mason, Toy). This is an indies-only vinyl version including a bonus 7” fea...view item »

The Pre New
The Male Eunuch

Featuring members of both World of Twist and Earl Brutus, The Pre New have captured a place in our hearts with their minimalistic and sardonic electronic music. The Male Eunuch is their second full length album and expected to feature a bunch of curious, catchy and addictive tracks, appealing to all your potentially gen...view item »

The Ends
You Write The Hits (I Write The B-Sides)

Gritty, in yer face punk attitude and drenched in the sweat of high energy performance, The Ends are four-piece indie rock band from Canvey Island. Their new single is You Write The Hits (I Write The B-sides). Imagine if the Arctic Monkeys added a young Damon Albarn and Gra...view item »

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Chasing Yesterday

The second solo album by the man from Oasis who isn't the singer. Noel's music is safe as a Volvo and is made up of mid paced ballads and non threatening rockers. This of course is more than enough for much of his fanbase and tracks like “Ballad Of The Mighty I” show that he can still wring out a tune if he wants to....view item »

Zefur Wolves
Zefur Wolves

Zefur Wolves hail from Wales, but this self-titled debut record takes in Mexico and North America, both in the literal sense of being recorded there, but also in the sense of a grand musical, lyrical and emotional tour. Sometimes synth-draped, sometimes laden with grunge guitars, Zefur Wolves ends up in some interesting...view item »

The Fall
Sub-Lingual Tablet

The Fall have been in existence for 39 years and massively influential to a lot of bands that really matter (e.g. Pavement). Mark E. Smith is the only constant in an eternally revolving cast of musicians. Despite the ever-changing personnel, The Fall will always sound like ...view item »

Surfer Blood
1000 Palms

A little of surfer/indie chillwave rock is always much appreciated, and Surfer Blood do a splendid job at concocting a perfect mix. Lo-fi drums and lush guitars, with pleasant vocal harmonies, these guys make you feel like summer is here. The forecast: 1000 Palms will be the soundtrack of your summer road trips....view item »


Novella, of sunny Brighton, are devoted '60s counterculture fans, and they aren’t afraid to display that in their music. Land is their debut album, and it brings together the two opposing ends of that sphere of influence: the acid-blasted riffing and the blissed psychedelic pop. Arrives neatly in the present day v...view item »

Totem Terrors
Hard Science

DIY Cardiff noise rock duo Totem Terrors return following the underground success of their fan funded debut ‘Repeat Play Torrent Rar’ with the highly anticipated release of their new album ‘Hard Science’. Released on their own independent label Diet Pops, beautifully packaged in artwork by Adventure Time (OMG!) illustrato...view item »

7 (Or 8)

LP available on either 12” vinyl or CD on Kill Rock Stars. The title 7(or 8) encapsulates a fair amount of Kinski, with a vast amount of material this is their 7th (or 8th depending on who you ask) LP. Recorded with Phil Manley of Trans Am, its a fuzzy, broken tube amped rock riff...view item »

God Damn

Midlands favourites God Damn have been playing remarkably loud sludge-rock around the UK for a few years now, and One Little Indian have decided that the band are worthy of the release of Vultures, their debut. A really grimy, pained sound, nailed to tunes that stick. Thirteen tracks, stretching all the way from the fas...view item »

The Granite Shore
Once More From The Top

If there ever were a tax-funded project to praise the true British pop folk music, it would sound like The Granite Shore. With their debut album Once More From the Top, these fine fellows under the guidance of Nick Halliwell sing of the pastoral life, subtly reminiscent of late 60s and 70s pop compositions....view item »

Cotton Candy / Storm O.K.

Thick with fuzz, overdriven guitars march on these poppy songs of Keroscene’s new 7”. A-side Cotton Candy brings a chorus you’ll be humming all day, set against a distorted post-punk vibe. AA-side Storm O.K. comes with more electronic influences, mixing synthesizers with classic grunge riffs....view item »

Modest Mouse
Interstate 8

Interstate 8 is the second EP released by US indie band, Modest Mouse. Originally released in 1996, this vinyl has been long out of print and therefore highly sought after by fans and collectors alike. It contains the band's first ever demo recordings which were recorded in Isaac Brock's garage. Recommended!...view item »

Modest Mouse
Too Many Fiestas For Rueben / Cowboy Dan

As a reminder of just how weird and wonderful the Modest Mouse universe was in its early days -- in its scratchy guitar tones, as well as in Isaac Brock's unhinged voice -- Glacial Pace and Fat Possum are reissuing their primitive classics, along with a little helping of 7" to sweeten the deal. The 7" that accompanies the reissue of 'The Lonesom...view item »

Palma Violets
Danger In The Club

The Palma Violets return with Danger in the Club to rip things up again after their debut LP, 180, which was hyped to buggery by NME and then ended up to be a decent record. They continue here with some heavy-hitting, punky, chorus driven rock tunes designed to make you rock-out, puke-up and hav...view item »

Rose Windows
Rose Windows

Rose Windows eponymous new album is their second. They’re obviously employing the same tactic that The Velvet Underground used when naming albums. The six-piece from Seattle take their influences from many aspects of their homeland’s musical history such as west coast psychedelia, proto-metal and fol...view item »

Mac McCaughan

Superchunk fans rejoice because Mac’s back! This time with a solo album under his own name, Mac McCaughan delves into the soft-focus nostalgia of ‘80s introspection. Non-Believers is a sweet collection of personal songs about the ambiguity of transition. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Merge....view item »

Bearfoot Beware
World Owes You Nowt

Post-Math-Hardcore? Yeah I think that works for Bearfoot Beware, a young Leeds crew releasing their debut here on Voice of CHUNK Records. Nine months in the making, World Owes You Nowt crunches and rolls and thrusts forwards, and with suitably pained vocals to boot! Artwork for the LP by Crow Versus Crow....view item »

The Tamborines
Sea of Murmur

The Tamborines debut album, Camera and Tremor, was a mass of swirling fuzz. Here, on their sophomore album, Sea Of Murmur, that psychedelic fug has given way to their melodic tendencies. They cite many great bands as influencing their sound including Teenage Fanclub, Sebadoh, The Velvet Underground, The...view item »

Modest Mouse
Strangers To Ourselves

Growling indie rock merchants Modest Mouse have detailed surreal car trips, painted cities, floated on and sailed doomed expeditions, and then they took a sabbatical. Now their buzzing guitars and the howl of Isaac Brock are back for Strangers to Ourselves, a much postponed, much anticipated new album. It...view item »

Faith No More
Sol Invictus

The eighteen-year wait for a follow-up to Album Of The Year is finally over! Faith No More return with their new album, Sol Invictus. The album features the singles Motherfucker and Superhero. I’m guessing that fans will be clambering over each other to get their hands on one of the 750 ...view item »

What Green Feels Like

Fingerpicky downbeat folk from Leeds-based Eaves. What Green Feels Like is the 20-something’s debut album following last year’s As Old As The Grave EP and continues to showcase his natural abilities as a young songwriter. The production is sparse but lush enough to embrace strings to emotive effect....view item »

Sergeant Buzfuz
Balloons For Thin Linda

Sergeant Buzfuz return with an intriguingly promising new seven piece line-up comprising of Willie Barr, Ian Button (Death In Vegas, Wreckless Eric, Go-Kart Mozart, Darren Hayman), Joss Cope (Julian Cope, Weather Prophets), Stu Crane, Polly MacLean, Eilish McCracken (Rose McDowell) and Joe Murphy. ‘Balloons For Thin Linda’ is Sergean...view item »

David Allred

David Allred, from Portland, Oregon plays a type of minimal alternative folk music. He is inspired by great singer songwriters such as Nick Drake and Elliott Smith. He also cites another great, Peter Broderick as an influence. Broderick produced Midstory and p...view item »

Turbo Fruits
No Control

Floating between catchy pop-rock songs, pot-smoker lethargy, and break-down-the-roof live shows, Turbo Fruits are everything you could want from a rock band - and their name sounds like an item from Mario Kart! No Control is their fourth album, and sees the band reaching a certain level of maturity. But not&nb...view item »

Too Little Too Late

Too Little Too Late is the first single to be lifted from PINS second album, Wild Nights. The all-girl indie four-piece from Manchester are showing a harder edge this time, firstly by using Queens Of The Stoneage producer, Dave Catching and secondly by covering The Misfits' ...view item »


‘Arizona’ is the debut album release from Mylets aka Henry Kohen, a child genius, multi instrumentalist who became the youngest artist ever to be signed to LA based record label/ management company Sargent House. In spite of the complicated arrangement of Mylets one man orchestra, the songs are catchy, infectious pop songs at heart, ...view item »

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Live In Paris

Live In Paris by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club captures Black Rebel Motorcycle Club playing Live In Paris, on two CDs and a very dramatically-shot DVD too. As a bonus, you also get 33.3%, which is an up-close documentary film on the band. Strikes me as a pretty great deal. Out on the Abs...view item »

Hop Along
Painted Shut

The announcement of a new album by Hop Along is like receiving a letter from a disappeared friend. Ever since the formidable Wretches EP, when the band was still known as Hop Along, Queen Ansleis (Queen Ansleis having apparently hopped along by now), any news from the band is good news. Singer Fran...view item »

The Mountain Goats
Beat The Champ

Wordsmith, genius song-writer, metal enthusiast and all-rounder nerd John Darnielle has released roughly ten billion records as The Mountain Goats, and since transitioning from lo-fi cassette underdog to established folk hero, he's released classics such as Get Lonely and Transcendental Youth...view item »


Slug are the latest band to come from Sunderland’s thriving music scene. They are the brainchild of Ian Black who earned his stripes as a touring member of fellow mackems, Field Music. The ideas for the music on debut album, Ripe come from the deepest recesses of Black’s mind combining many ...view item »

Bop English
Constant Bop

Bop English is the solo project / labour of love of White Denim frontman James Petralli. Debut Constant Bop has been in the workings for years, and that time and craft is evident in the depth of the recordings. Available on CD, but if I were you I’d get it on vinyl, which is pressed to blue and ye...view item »

Time For Rodeo
So Toxic

Time For Rodeo are a Leeds band & have their spiffing debut 5 track E.P. released on the superb Misplaced Music. I'd like to think of the bands that inspire them but some clever nitwit has gone & put a sticker on the front to like, totally assist me!! So if you fancy a delightfully catchy amalgam of  &qu...view item »

The Tamborines
Camera & Tremor

These guys stick safely to a kind of fuzzed-out psych/shoegaze shimmer on their debut album. And although i've heard plenty of Primal Scream or BJM records in my life, The Tamborines still successfully kick out a worthy racket. They often emulate the sound of the classic Creation bands - the opener reminds me of mid-period Telescopes - but you c...view item »

East India Youth
Culture of Volume

Less than a year after his debut, the appallingly titled Total Strife Forever, burst onto the scene in a wave of hype, electronic whizzkid and social media busy body William Doyle is back after signing to big label XL. This is sure to be one of the most eagerly anticipated releases of the year; his euphoric live shows have helped build ...view item »

Kings Of Leon
Only By the Night

From way back when - when the Kings of Leon had beards and in fact, so did everyone else, their most recognisable fourth album Only By The Night has been reissued on double vinyl from Columbia records. What you’ve come to expect from the band - driving rhythms, cool bass lines and that distinctive gravel voiced sound....view item »


Slick, shiny and smooth, but also cold as an unpleasant February, Marriages present their first full-length album, Salome. Lively drums underpin post-punk vocals that might be described as ‘epic’, and a synth / guitar combo with wide eyes. Available on CD or vinyl, from the Sargent House label....view item »


Managing to come back from being really, really uncool after being mentioned in the resignation letter of a Labour shadow cabinet member, Drenge release their second LP, Undertow. Loud, one for fans of the Libertines and fast, rhythm-fuelled 90s Britpop.  The album deals with big themes such as love, loss and Arabic food. O...view item »

No News From Home

Not the eccentric label who have the audacity to release all your favourite records, but an equally exciting band of psychedelic-influenced mavericks. Houndstooth continue to define their sound with No News From Home, which sees the band follow up Ride Out The Dark with another rec...view item »

Charles Howl
Sir Vices

Draping a punk rock blueprint with swathes of psych guitar effects, Charles Howl delivers a confident throwback debut. Coming off like The Horrors with a little less gravitas, Sir Vices sits comfortably within the current crop of popular psych rock from Pond to Hookworms. Out on vinyl LP from Ample Play....view item »

Joanna Gruesome / Perfect Pussy
Astonishing Adventures EP

Following on from their recent split release with Trust Fund comes ‘Astonishing Adventures’,  a new split EP by indiepop noisemakers Joanna Gruesome and their American counterparts Perfect Pussy. This 7” EP features four remarkable songs showcasing some of the first new material from Joanna Gruesome since their 2013 debut ...view item »


The DMA’s are a three piece who present a classic 90’s Britpop sound, and yet they hail from Australia! Whatever is going on? This self-titled EP is their first major release, available on CD or on nice white vinyl. Would suit fans of Oasis who want to listen to a band that isn’t actually ...view item »

Last Year's Men
Clawless Paw

I like this instantly! Here’s a 7” from Last Year’s Men on Indiana’s excellent Sophomore Lounge label, with huge drums and handclaps and saturated, fuzzy, overdriven guitars over yelping tuneful vocals which bring to mind Ty Segall’...view item »

Waiting: The 15-Year Anniversary Deluxe Edition

‘Waiting’ is the debut album by New Jersey post hardcore band Thursday, originally released in 1999 on New Jersey label Eyeball Records, which was in it’s infancy at the time. The record made a small impact at the time of it’s original release but was quickly established as a classic retrospectively following the release ...view item »

Circa Waves
Young Chasers

Hyperactive Ramones-equse pop with a hint of the Arctic Monkeys on this debut album Young Chasers from new band on the scene Circa Waves who’ve already made a splash touring for the NME Awards. Recorded at the RAK studios in London back in late 2014 and bursting out at the end of March 2015.  One for fans of the Zuton...view item »

Thin Walls

Drawing on indie rock peers known for their ornateness and on others for the lack of word mincing -- from Grizzly Bear to the Arctic Monkeys -- Balthazar make sure they reference their influences' penchant for writing melodies and choruses, creating heart-throb pop ...view item »

Southern Comfort

Australia’s Southern Comfort are made up of guitarist Angie Bermuda and vocalist Harriet Hudson Their new single will appeal to fans of The Dum Dum Girls, Circle Pit and Wax Idols among others. Suzanne is available through HoZac Records on a limited edition black vinyl 7” single (400 copies)....view item »


My fave Welsh grunge rock wannabees McLusky have a multi track 3 CD compendium swansong posthumous thing out on Too Pure. CD1 is all the single 'A' sides. CD2 is all the single 'B' sides. If you collected all the CD singles you'll have 'em all already. But you won't have the 22 unreleased tracks on the 3rd CD. 13 studio, 9 live @...view item »

The Staves
If I Was

‘If I Was’ is English acoustic folk rock trio The Staves' follow up to their stunning 2012 debut 'Dead & Born & Grown'. Produced by American, indie folk band Bon Iver's Justin Vernon following an extensive tour together and a trip to Eau Claire in Wisconsin which resulted in the recording sessions that would form the bas...view item »

The Chemicals

The Chemicals is a rather exciting thing: a totally stand-alone single that marks the first all-new music from alt-rock favourites Garbage in three years. Released for Record Store Day 2015, we have, thankfully, come across a few more of this 10”, but hurry hurry, stock is limited. On Stun Volume....view item »

The Sidekicks
Runners in the Nerved World

Built To Spill meets Snow Patrol, to be honest: the desperate and strangely gorgeous vocals Steve Ciolek offers up for Runners in the Nerved World recall the canon indie yelps of Dough Martsch, while the rest of the Sidekicks offer a mix of uplifting Sup...view item »

Of Montreal
Aureate Gloom

‘Aureate Gloom’ is Of Montreal’s thirteenth full-length album and the songwriting and playing on this record are a testament to how together a band can sound when they’ve developed a long term friendship and strong musical intuition for each other.  The result is the perfect balance of caffeinated music with edgy bea...view item »

Mystery Artists

One of those Record Store Day titles that is still around. These Mystery Artist records could literally be by anyone but if you were hoping to here some rare Kraftwerk song then you ears might be given a flush by the Ramones and Husker Du who we can reveal are the artists in question here. Bag a slice of po...view item »

The Flaming Lips
Bad Days

‘Bad Days’ is part of a series of three 10’’ EP’s to mark the twentieth anniversary of The Flaming Lips critically acclaimed seventh album ‘Clouds Taste Metallic’. Each EP includes material previously only available on CD and they’re all on different coloured vinyl. Featuring primitive demos of &ls...view item »

The Flaming Lips

Out of all the re-issues coming from The Flaming Lips this Record Store Day I am looking forward to this one the most. All three of the singles from the 1995 Clouds Taste Metallic are getting the vinyl treatment, in colour no less and if I had to choose one to spin it'd be Brainville. Although not my favourite track from Clouds, (that medal goes...view item »

Kim Deal & Morgan Nagler
The Root / Range On Castle

Always got plenty of time for Kim Deal. While her former band name gets dragged through the dirt, Kim is having fun playing with a bunch of people and releasing these nice 7” records of the results. This one is more collaborative than ever as Kim shares vocals with Whispertown singer Morgan Nagler. As a result I just can’t ge...view item »

Little Neon Limelight

Not a metal band but in fact catchy pop at its finest, Houndmouth have released another eleven track album for anybody who loves to bob their head to a sturdy beat with some polyphonic vocals thrown in. Little Neon Limelight sees the Indiana quartet continue on its path of unpretentious and terribly pleasant pop songs....view item »

Will Butler

Policy is the debut solo LP from Arcade Fire’s Will Butler. Though with contributions from Jeremy Gara and various other musicians, most of the music here was played by Butler himself. Using traditional song structures and clean arrangements, Policy depicts a variety of clashing emotions, and recalls the best in American ...view item »

Half Japanese
Volume 3: 1990-1995

The reissue campaign of the whole Half Japanese oeuvre continues with Volume 3: 1990 - 1995, which serves up their three albums from that period, We Are They Who Ache With Amorous Love, Fire In The Sky and Hot. Wild, skronky mad-rock from these noisy masters, full of explosive childish energy....view item »

Fawn Spots
From Safer Place

Fast incredulous punks Fawn Spots take a spot on the floor and listen to the sounds of Husker Du and their likes, hoping one day they can make something half as punx. Forward however many years and From Safer Place tears things up in all the right ways, maintaining that scr...view item »

Cold War Kids
Hold My Home

In my age baffled state I'd have said Cold War Kids would be a bit 'punk rock' but the track I just heard was kinda 'heartland rock' with a big booming foghorn of a voice belting it out. Like the Hold Steady crossed with an air raid siren. Sure to get bagfuls of airplay on XFM.  They've played 'Live at Third Man' so they ca...view item »

Evans The Death
Expect Delays

These catchy-song producing kids have undergone some line-up changes, but the songs still retain their qualities. Evans the Death’s second album is promised to further venture in their own direction, and as with all second albums, we’re eager to see which path that is. Expect Delays is almost here, and apart...view item »

Put It This Way In The Headlines

Featuring members of Simian Ghost, No Coda and Alpha Mound, Swedish collaborators Aerial have produced the perfect and uniquely Aerial mix of post-rock sincerity and an almost poppy/singalong songwriting style. ‘Put It This Way In The Headlines’ is a chillingly atmospheric record with all the visual depth and power of bands like God ...view item »


If you’ve heard enough UK and American variations on the Joy Division post-punk sound, why not try a Russian version? Motorama are just that, though I don’t mean to disparage the the quality of their approach. Poverty is their third album, and the fact that Talitres are spreading this beyond...view item »

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