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Guided By Voices
Please Be Honest

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Heavy Times
Black Sunglasses

Heavy Times are a garage-rock band who are always worth your attention: for this new single on the HoZac label they add raw synth to the mix, where it sits comfortably with the frantic rhythm and Nick Cave-esque vocals on the title cut. The Black Sunglasses single is limited to 500 7” vinyl copies only.

Wire
Nocturnal Koreans

After finishing their self-titled 2015 album, post-punk unit Wire discovered they had material that didn’t fit that album’s themes. So, we get Nocturnal Koreans, a compilation of album offcuts that are as jagged and powerful as anything the band have recorded. The freedom of releasing music outside an album structure lets the band properly experiment with composition and sound.

Palehound
Dry Food

The kids are coming up from behind… Ellen Kempner is a very skilled 21-year old, which means she combines the ability to sound just as you want your punkish-indie singer-songwriters to sound with the electric energy of youth. Dry Food is her debut full-length under the Palehound moniker, out on Heavenly.

The Dandy Warhols
Distortland

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Catholic Action
L.U.V.

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Man Made
TV Broke My Brain

Man Made are a new Mancunian indie rock band! This particular group have focused their thinking on the other side of the Atlantic, with an American alt-rock tinge to the vocals and to the production, handled by Ray Man. I’m probably also obliged to mention that the band’s Nile Marr is in fact related to *that* Marr… Out on Soul Kitchen.

Blaney (featuring Mark E. Smith)
Urban Nature

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Sulk
No Illusions

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Dr. Dog
The Psychedelic Swamp

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East Of Venus
Memory Box

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Street Chant
Hauora

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Nada Surf
Let Go

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Phobophobes
No Flavour

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Vitamin
Giving It Up

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Future of The Left
The Peace & Truce of Future of The Left

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Cowtown
Castleman

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Spring King
Rectifier

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Last Harbour
Paler Cities

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Wolf Solent
EP//3

Wolf Solent’s EP//3 is the final installment in a trilogy of EPs by Danny Trew Barton on Sea records. Barton’s unique mix of psych and cheeky upbeat drum rhythms makes for shoegaze you can dance to... Many tracks start with you expecting it to go one way, but then happily break away to something completely different.

SWANS
The Glowing Man

The gargantuan behemoth that is 21st Century Swans comes to a close with The Glowing Man, another large double. A very wide array of instrumentation is in play here, all feeding into the need for these songs to expand and explode. Presented on 2 CDs or 3 LPs, all in varnished and embossed card packaging. On Mute.

Paul Draper
Feeling My Heart Run Slow

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Darlia
Knock Knock EP

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Primal Scream
Live In Japan

Live In Japan was recorded in 2002, which Primal Scream fans will know puts the band at the peak of their powers, following the releases of XTRMNTR and Evil Heat. Lots of that material appears here, played with aggressive vigour by a line-up that included Kevin Shields. Premium Scream. Double LP reissue with poster, on Sony.

Frightened Rabbit
Painting Of A Panic Attack

Frightened Rabbit return with their fifth album, Painting of a Panic Attack. The Scottish indie band have gone through some line-up changes, added some electronic elements to their guitar-based sound and have Aaron Dessner of The National in the producer’s chair. Frontman Scott Hutchinson’s dark and intensely sincere lyrics - here influenced by his move from Scotland to L.A. - tie the album together into a package that will delight fans old and new.

Future of The Left
To Failed States and Forest Clearings

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New Madrid
magnetkingmagnetqueen

New Madrid’s new album magnetkingmagnetking spreads all the way over 2 LPs and 15 songs, painting their psych songcraft over a large canvas. It means they get to show off all their styles, though all are linked through a strong dedication to the groove and a hazy feel. Released by Normaltown Records.

A Giant Dog
Pile

A Giant Dog are a Texas outfit who boldly bring back the glory days of glam rock, splashing sequins and sparkles all over the place with their riff-centric boogies. Plus, lyrics that can be favourably compared to Sparks! Pile is their third full-length, and you know what? It sounds like they are on a roll. Released by Merge.

Residual Echoes
A Far Out Mixt Ape

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Fireside
Do Not Tailgate

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Slow Riot
Trophy Wife

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B Boys
No Worry No Mind

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Puff Pieces
Bland In D.C.

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Prism Tats
Prism Tats

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Tennis Bafra
Bummer

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The Foetals
Meet The Foetals

The Foetals is what happens when Jolan Lewis, veteran of bands like The Pink Teens and Temple Songs, strikes out on his own to let his deepest sonic loves run wild. Proper 60’s-esque pop is put through the lens of obscure American lo-fi bands. Meet The Foetals is consequently quite a lot of fun! LP release on PNK SLM.

Cleaners From Venus
A Dawn Chorus

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Bleached
Welcome The Worms

Bleached return with a follow-up to their sun-kissed debut Ride Your Heart. The rough, and gratifyingly old fashioned, garage of their debut is much the same, but when you have a great melodic and abrasive sound why change it? But Welcome To The Worms is also more ambitious, with great songwriting and vocals.

Red Kite
Songs For Crow

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White Denim
Stiff

White Denim’s high-energy garage/indie hybrid has always been built on loops developed in extensive jams. Stiff pushes this even further, in fact, making the songs looser than ever before. There’s bluesy riffing, weird little rockabilly breakdowns and a general experimental motivation to include whatever sounds good.

Mike & The Melvins
Three Men and a Baby

The Melvins are as dense and crushing as ever on this new record they’ve made with Mike Kunka of godheadSilo. Three Men And A Baby chugs along at speed, a sludge-noise-rock juggernaut that isn’t going to slow down for you, or for anybody else. The album is available from Sub Pop, on a broad array of formats: tape, CD and vinyl in gatefold sleeve.

Black Mountain
IV

JagJaguwar release Black Mountain’s newest slab of ferocious and psychedelic hard rock. Available on CD, black double vinyl LP and very limited white double vinyl LP, IV borrows the tough template of 1970s hard rock, but also blends a jam-band mentality and some analogue synth worship. Here, burnt out organ riffs and choral vocals meet extended improv.
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Surf Friends
Dreams Are Real

Auckland’s shoegaze, two piece Surf Friends aka Brad Coley and Peter Westmoreland, are actual surf friends when they aren’t recording music together. Using just guitar, bass and drum machine, they create an impressively full sound, building poppy, burnt out, fuzzy melodies over driving psych/kraut rhythms. ‘Dreams Are Real’ reminds me of bands like Real Estate, Eddie Current Suppression Ring and Kraftwerk.

Kiran Leonard
Grapefruit

Kiran Leonard is an indecently good musician, bearing in mind his tender age of 20. This isn’t even his debut… Grapefruit has lots to show off, from fully rock-action passages to chamber orchestra sections and even some radio hiss ambience, all cemented by Leonard’s remarkable voice. Released by the Moshi Moshi label.

Cullen Omori
New Misery

New Misery is the solo debut from Smith Western frontman Cullen Omori. These eleven songs borrow the charm of his old band, along with melancholic indie-rock songwriting and ghostly lo-fi vocals. You can choose between authentic cassette, CD, standard vinyl or limited independent-only coloured vinyl, all from Sub Pop.

Wray
Hypatia

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Bob Mould
Patch The Sky

Now that Husker Du aren't reforming (good), Bob can get on with making his solo albums. This latest one is a result of him spending six months in solitude (a long time to not see a human) and promises to be his darkest record in some time. I'd be interested to see a return to the 'Workbook' sound but who knows with Bob. His latter day albums always have moments of great so this will be well worth keeping an eye on.     

The Thermals
We Disappear

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Teenage Guitar
Force Fields At Home

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The Joy Formidable
Hitch

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The Jesus & Mary Chain
Barbed Wire Kisses (B-Sides and More)

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The Coathangers
Nosebleed Weekend

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Black Peaks
Statues

Here we have the debut album from a Brighton band, Black Peaks. It’s rock all the way for these fellows, with the possible exception of a track called ‘Drone’, which is kind of drone. But mostly Statues is a tightly-knotted slice of arena-friendly epic rock action. Released by the Easy Life label.

Dog Chocolate
Snack Fans

Snack Fans is the energetic debut full-length of London band Dog Chocolate. Shambolic indie-pop-punk is the order of the day, the group apparently racing each other through the short sharp songs. Good fun. As well as your 25 minutes of musical action, you’ll also get a mask packed in with this gatefold LP! On Upset The Rhythm.

Primal Scream
Chaosmosis

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Warren Zevon / The Flaming Groovies
Werewolves of London

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Death Cab For Cutie
Tractor Rape Chain

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The Flaming Lips
Lightning Strikes The Postman

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Foals
Rain / Daffodils

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VANT
Fly By Alien

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Surface To Air Missive
Third Missive

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Sunflower Bean
I Hear Voices / The Stalker

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Clean Cut Kid
Pick Me Up

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James
Greenpeace Palace Concert

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Slaves
Are You Satisfied (bonus tracks)

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La Sera
Music For Listening To Music

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Big Star
Complete Columbia: Live at University of Missouri

In one of the more surprising moves of the '90's former Box Top and professional grump since 1976 Alex Chilton was persuaded to reform his classic early '70s power pop band Big Star. The two surviving/interested members were joined by crazy haired Seattle two-some the Posies. This collection is the complete recording of their set at University of Missouri and includes run throughs of many of their ignored at the time but now popular numbers as well as nicely a take on fallen Big Star comrade Chris Bell's 'I Am the Cosmos'.  This is the first time the complete set has been released.  

Metz & Swami John Reis
Let It Rust / Caught Up

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The Fall
Bingo-Master's Break-Out

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The Fall
It's The New Thing

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Tancred
Out Of The Garden

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Sunset Sons
Very Rarely Say Die

This record was recorded with the production assistance of an Arctic Monkey and a King Of Leon, which serves as pretty decent shorthand for the mainstream contemporary rock sound of Sunset Sounds, a band of Australians and Englishmen who met whilst surfing. Very Rarely Say Die is released by the French Exit label.

Mercury Rev / Lost Horizons
Rainy Day Record / Life Inside A Paradox

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Balthazar
Wait Any Longer (Live EP)

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Low / S. Carey
Not a Word / I Won't Let You

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PINS
Trouble

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Jay Reatard
Blood Visions (10th Anniversary Reissue)

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Primal Scream
Mantra For A State Of Mind

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Il Sogno Del Mariano
Whistling EP

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The Ukrainians
Vorony

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Sunset Sons
On The Road

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Foo Fighters
Saint Cecilia EP

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Peter Doherty / James Johnston
RSD 2016 – ltd. Clouds Hill Double A-side 12"

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La Dispute
Tiny Dots

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Skywave
Killerrockandroll

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Various
C86

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Wicketkeeper / Brunch / Hyperturf / Car Seat Headrest
The Quad Dub

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Treetop Flyers
Palomino

Second full-length album from indie-poppers Treetop Flyers. Palomino was produced and recorded in-house, at the group’s own Soup Studios. Death and lost love are strong themes throughout the record, but the production and the songwriting doesn’t get bogged down into excessive melancholy. CD or double LP on Loose Music.

Nirvana
Live On KAOS-FM, Seattle - 1987

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Blonde Redhead
Peel Sessions

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Washer
Here Comes Washer

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Slaves
Sockets

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John Congleton and The Nighty Nite
Until The Horror Goes

John Congleton has made a name for himself producing for eccentric indie artists such as St. Vincent and David Byrne. With Until The Horror Goes he and his band The Nighty Nite show that they can be just as playful and witty. Congleton’s strained and deadpan vocals hold together a dense pop rock collage with everything from theremin to rap breakdowns.

Miracle Legion
Portrait of a Damaged Family

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Self Defense Family
The Power Does Not Work In the Presence Of Nonbelievers

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Audacity
Hyper Vessels

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The Fall
Bingo Masters at The Witch Trials

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