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The Phoenix Foundation
Friend Ship

New Zealanders the Phoenix Foundation have waited a full five years since their previous missive Give Up On Your Dreams but they have been busy touring and working on other projects. Friend Ship appears with the band revitalised and continuing to pursue a gently psychedelic form of songcraft that features guest spots from Nadia Reid and Tiny Ruins’ Hollie Fullbrook. 

Cabbage
Young, Dumb And Full Of...

Cabbage are a group of five young white men. The band has a horrible name their album has a horrible title and a horrible cover. The music on the album sounds a bit like The Fall, and also a bit like Slaves, and also a bit like The Sex Pistols. Maybe you’ll like the music. Maybe you won’t. Maybe you’ll be able to look past what they’ve done. Maybe you won’t.

Teenage Fanclub
Man-Made

Further re-issues of Teenage Fanclub's later, slightly lesser known works. Man-Made was originally released in 2005 (how time flies) and once again showcases their mellow, gently maturing brand of jangle pop and classic rock. They travelled from their native Scotland to Chicago to record this with Tortoise's John McEntire who adds subtle shades and textures to their loveable comfy jumper form of guitar music. This re-issues comes with a bonus 7" of rare tracks.    
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PJ Harvey
To Bring You My Love - Demos

The issuing of PJ Harvey demos continues with To Bring You My Love - The Demos. If you want to hear what her most commercially successful album sounded like before producers Flood and John Parish got their hands on it then this is for you. It was her third album - but first proper solo album with the previous two being made with her trio - and contained the hits C’mon Billy, Down By The Water and Send His Love To Me.

Cornershop
England Is A Garden

In calling out Morrissey for racism waaay before it become blindingly obvious he had some pretty unsavoury views, being a multi-ethnic indie band in the white boy dominated '90s, having an actual number one hit with Brimful of Asha, Cornershop have already done it all. Yet 30 years after forming, they still have a commitment to the cause with the release of their ninth studio album England is a Garden. Expect the usual splicing of styles including disco, funk, Indian raga and glam rock. 
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The Pineapple Thief
The Soord Sessions Volume 4

Driven in equal parts by the love for his fans and strong Belgian beer, Bruce Soord of earnest progressive rock band The Pineapple Thief decided to livestream some acoustic performances. Appropriately named ‘The Soord Sessions Volume 4’, this is the fourth and final recording of those sessions. The record sees a couple of tunes from the band's 2020 album ‘Versions of the Truth’ mingling with The Pineapple Thief classics from their twenty-plus-year career.
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Future Islands
Tomorrow / The Fountain

Way before their Letterman-induced mainstream success, Future Islands were a neat little synth pop band with a singer one part Sam Cooke, one part an excitable braying walrus. This standalone single was released on the Upset the Rhythm label and contains two more of their soulful sighs Tomorrow and the Fountain. Now because they are all dead famous and that we get a limited clear vinyl pressing of just 300.   
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Future Islands
Feathers & Hallways

Feathers and Hallways was another pre-success 7" on Upset the Rhythm by Baltimore synth poppers Future Islands. The London imprint were heavily involved in the band's early work and hereby issue a mint coloured re-press limited to just 300 copies saving you literally a dollar on getting a used copy on Discogs. Their romantic, soul-driven 80s synthesizer pop always has a timeless if not Christmassy quality. See what I'm saying?    

Folk Devils
Forever EP

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Pixies
Hear Me Out / Mambo Sun

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Fleetwood Mac
Tusk

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CARM
CARM

American brass instrumentalist and producer CJ Camerieri calls on his huge network of contacts for a solo album under the name CARM. Featuring collaborations with the likes of Sufjan Stevens and Justin Vernon (whom he’s provided live backing for) and even indie legends Yo La Tengo, 'CARM' is totally modern and yet instantly timeless indie balladry.
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Cloud Nothings
The Shadow I Remember

Following the Bandcamp-only release of 'The Black Hole Understands' - an album recorded under lockdown in 2020 - Dylan Baldi’s Cloud Nothings announce a more conventional studio album. Recorded with Steve Albini, the legendary producer who helped Cloud Nothings expand from Baldi’s bedroom project to full-blown band in 2012 with their excellent 'Attack On Memory' album, 'The Shadow I Remember' is in part a riotous return to basics for the post-hardcore outfit. However, the record also features certain other things for the first time, such as backing vocals and synthesiser parts. 
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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
New Fragility

'New Fragility' is the sixth album by indie band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, the music project led by Philadelphia-born Alec Ounsworth. After the excitement around their much-hyped debut album in 2005 died down, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have have operated at their own pace and made records on their terms. Since 2014, Ounsworth has been the sole member. 'New Fragility' is his first fully independent record, released on his own label, and once more the album balances widescreen indie-rock and post-punk with his pinched, David Byrne-esque vocals.
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Cindy
Free Advice

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Night Beats
Fuzz Club Session

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Eyesore & The Jinx
The Exile Parlour EP

Eyesore & The Jinx hail from Liverpool and are one of a number of forward-thinking artists on the Eggy label. The label acts as a supportive collective of creative types, so it's a good place to be when you want to make the sort of punchy yet slightly off-kilter music that Eyesore & The Jinx deliver on 'The Exile Parlor' EP. Influences seem to range from The Fall to fellow Liverpudlians Clinic. 
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Maximo Park
Nature Always Wins

'Nature Always Wins' is the seventh album by Newcastle indie band Maximo Park. It was recorded during lockdown, with Animal Collective and Deerhunter producer Ben Allen producing from his home four-hundred miles away in Atlanta, Georgia. Frontman Paul Smith says that they wanted to be a little more experimental this time out, without compromising their melodic edge or fervent lyrics. As such, Allen was given creative freedom to mould the music as he saw fit. The results blend the Maximo's well-worn post-punk balladeering with psych-pop a little Prefab Sprout-esque sophisti-pop.
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Clutch
Clutch

Maryland rockers Clutch saved their eponymous titling for their second album. 'Clutch', which was originally released in 1995, is the band's best-selling album to date. Their sound could be described as a stoner version of Black Sabbath meets Faith No More. Contains their classic song ‘Spacegrass’.
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Fields Of The Nephilim
Elizium

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Queens Of The Stone Age
Rated R

A vinyl re-issue for Rated R, an album that’s still arguably the creative high-point for Josh Homme’s Queens Of The Stone Age. Originally released in 2000, the album was a sleek and streamlined behemoth teeming with creativity after the mixed bag of their self-titled debut two years before. Spawning timeless hits ‘Feel Good Hit of the Summer’ and ‘The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret’, Rated R is re-pressed with its original blue artwork, with a 12”x24” insert and international bonus track ‘Ode To Clarissa’. 

The Lathums
All My Life

One of the most hotly tipped British guitar bands of recent years, Wigan-based quartet The Lathums release their debut single for major label Island, ‘All My Life’, on transparent 7” vinyl. Winning over a sizeable cult following with their message of intelligence, articulacy and positivity, the newcomers have a bright future. 

A.A. Williams
Songs From Isolation

Like a lot of artists in these uncertain times, A.A. Williams has replaced touring with recording. This means we’re getting a second album from her in 2020. Songs From Isolation is an album of intense, stripped back cover versions by the likes of The Cure, Nick Cave, The Pixies and Radiohead that were initially suggested by fans to create a series of videos during lockdown.
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Gun Outfit
Hard Coming Down


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The Vacant Lots
Exit EP

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Anna McClellan
I Saw First Light

I Saw First Light is the third album by singer / songwriter Anna Mclellan. The songs here are mid-fi recordings, performed with a slacker / outsider art aesthetic and are lyrically intelligent. The album was inspired by her move from New York back home to Omaha, Nebraska, and how difficult life is in your 20s. 

Hole
Live Through This

Second album by Hole, first released in 1994 during a busy time in Courtney Love’s life. The grunge hardcore thrashings of their debut were still present, but coated with a poppier sheen and with clearer, catchier song constructions. Live Through This is possibly Hole’s finest record, and it is receiving a vinyl reissue courtesy of Universal.

Enter Shikari
The Mindsweep

It's the skramz kids! Enter Shikari's deeply sighed post-hardcore emotions are on display agaiin, presented ecstatically on 'The Mindsweep', which continues to see the band swing wildly between the punky fury of the Blood Brothers, the obnoxious EDM of Skrilly, the prog metal of System of a Down and infectuous indie melodies that recall early Bloc Party. One for the danceflo-- uh, see you in the pi-- umm. I don't even know.

The Hotrats
Turn Ons

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Mike Watt + The Secondmen
In Quintessence

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Meat Puppets
Meat Puppets

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Kate Davis
Strange Boy

Following her acclaimed 2019 album 'Trophy', talented indie-rock newcomer Kate Davis presents 'Strange Boy', an album of covers from the late cult hero Daniel Johnston. 'Strange Boy' is part of the 'Hi, How Are You Project', a non-profit platform for awareness on issues surrounding mental well-being. Davis' unique but respectful takes on Johnston’s striking originals are punctuated by audio clips of her friends sharing memories of the man’s music. 
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The Flaming Lips
In A Priest Driven Ambulance

It's sometimes hard to recall when they are rolling round in oversized hamster balls and hanging round with Miley Cyrus that the Flaming Lips were once an incredible band. That's band not sideshow. In a Priest Driven Ambulance was their fourth album originally released in 1990 and features Jonathan Donahue (Mercury Rev) helping Wayne Coyne out with his skewed psychedelic vision.  

Elliott Smith
Figure 8

Shabby and shambling of appearance, Elliott Smith's look matched his songs in his earlier records. He was he weird loner who would win the race because he was so damn good. On Figure 8 they airbrushed both his face and his sound making a slick and polished record that saw those loveable rough edges smoothed away. Still they couldn't completely ruin Elliott Smith and Figure 8 features many examples of his the Beatles-esque prowess with a haunted melody. "I'm the wrong kind of person to famous" he once said and it's true  - we loved him just the way he was. 

Elastica
Elastica

In 1994 you would have thought that Elastica would have gone on to become something quite special but instead they dribbled to a halt. Still they released one classic album that although was dangerously derivative at times had the type of killer tunes that filled those indie discos. Vinyl reissue includes a bonus fanzine and flexi disc. 

black midi
Schlagenheim

black midi are one of the most exciting acts to come out of...um....we presume London in some time. Signed to Rough Trade and fond of creating a enigmatic image,  this is their much anticipated debut. We at least have their names now (there's at least one double-barrelled in there) and we've been given the slither of info that this was recorded with Speedy Wunderground's Dan Carey. Could be one of the year's biggest new things.  

The Lathums
I See Your Ghost

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Okey Dokey
Once Upon One Time

Okey Dokey are a couple of fellas Johny Fisher and Aaron Martin who got together after both worked on a series of projects here and there with other musicians. They have since released two albums - 2017's 'Love You, Mean It' and 2019's 'Tell All Your Friend'. Their tightly-knitted pop is very palatable, with nods to Prince, 10CC and Field Music. 

Johnny Lloyd
Cheap Medication

Former Tribes frontman Johnny Lloyd follows up his 2019 solo debut album and his acclaimed score to Sky Atlantic’s ‘I Hate Suzie’ with 'Cheap Medication'. Inspired by classic and modern rock spanning Simon & Garfunkel to The War On Drugs, it’s easily the most accomplished and mature collection from Lloyd so far. 

Frank Turner
No Man's Land

Featuring a rotating cast of female musicians and a suite of songs about the stories of women across history, culture and music - and including his own mother - Frank Turner returns with an ambitious eighth studio album in No Man’s Land. Anyone accustomed to his recent podcast series ‘Tales From No Man’s Land’ will be familiar with the subject matters at hand. 

Nirvana
Bleach: Deluxe Edition

Nirvana going round for the first time. 'Bleach' was the beginning of the famed grungers infinite ascendency, and it's now reissued as a lovely deluxe edition with more anthemic dejection than you could ever wish for: a live recording of their Portland show in 1990 (with a few surprises and covers), plus an obscenely long booklet of once-private photos. In summary: Nirvana, Bleach, deluxe.

All Them Witches
ATW

The fifth LP from All Them Witches (God I hate that name) surfaces on New West (Caroline Rose, The Devil Makes Three). ATW - Does it count as a self-titled record if it’s just the initials? - finds the Nashville trio smooshing Southern rock and metal stylings together in trademark fashion. Riffs galore. It’s like Mastodon.

Big Joanie
Cranes In The Sky / It’s You

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Quarter-Life Crisis
Quarter-Life Crisis

While he found success on the Canadian electronic music scene in the early 2010s, Quarter-Life Crisis perhaps more accurately reflects the influences and passions of bedroom artist Ryan Hemsworth. There is synth-pop on the project’s self-titled debut EP, but also country and indie-rock too. Here Hemsworth collaborates with a number of successful guest artists, including Frances Quinlan from Hop Along, Hovvdy’s Charlie Martin and Hand Habits’ Meg Duy. 
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Ty Segall
First Taste

Perhaps they should have got someone who knows about Ty Segall to write about 'First Taste', but no, it's me. Lead single 'Taste' sounds like what I think Segall sounds like, catchy fuzzy guitars accompanied by catchy fuzzy vocals. The album even features some dual drumming with Mr. Segall bashing away on one of the drums. Very enticing!

Dawes
Good Luck With Whatever

Good Luck With Whatever is the seventh album by US folk / rock band Dawes. Following four self-released albums, they find themselves on Massachusetts-based roots label Rounder. This time, Taylor Goldsmith ruminates about the challenges of being an adult, all with the lush melodies to which fans will have become accustomed. 

Inhaler
Falling In

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Mac DeMarco
Salad Days

I have a feeling that Mac DeMarco may be a fan of Minor Threat. Because who actually uses the phrase 'Salad Days' any more? This is his second album proper, featuring more of that incredibly casual and personable crooning that he's built his career on. DeMarco is the sort of musician who seems to be enjoying himself so much that it's difficult not to get swept up by it. 

The White Stripes
Greatest Hits

Sony and Third Man team up for the first-ever career-spanning collection from The White Stripes. Presented over four sides of vinyl, 'Greatest Hits' features twenty-six tracks that chart Jack and Meg White’s journey from tiny indie concern to festival-headlining, MTV Award-winning global fame. All together now - der, der-ner-ner der-ner-ner!
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Black Honey
Written & Directed

'Written & Directed' is the second album by Brighton indie-rock four-piece Black Honey. Their self-titled debut earned them a spot at Glastonbury and a tour support slot with Queens of the Stone Age - a band that Black Honey have clearly been influenced by, along with The Kills - and this album can only make them go further. According to the band’s singer / guitarist Izzy B. Phillips, this LP was made so that it might empower young women.
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Buck Meek
Two Saviors

Buck Meek started out playing blues, jazz and swing in bars across his native Texas and released a couple of EPs. Then he met Adrianne Lenker and formed Big Thief, and the rest is history. The songs on 'Two Saviors' tell tales of various relationships, tragedy, vulnerability and love all delivered with wisdom and an appropriate amount of humour. Features Mat Davidson AKA Twain playing bass, pedal steel, fiddle and vocals.
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Yo La Tengo
Summer Sun


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Goat Girl
The Man

An indies-only 7” by South London up-and-comers Goat Girl here. ‘The Man’ will appear on their self-titled debut LP, and the track is a good line in the sand for the group. Displaying a similarly sprightly energy to fellow London buzz bands Shame and The Big Moon, the band’s ace up the sleeve are some great droning harmonies that bring to mind the choruses on The Velvet Underground and Nico.
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Jeff Tweedy
Love Is The King

Love Is The King is the fourth solo album by Jeff Tweedy, known as the leader of Americana favourites WIlco. He recorded it at home at the beginning of lockdown. The album is generally one of hope, recorded at a time when he had his family around, but there’s definitely a little bit of fear of what’s happening outside creeping in on some tracks.
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Mina Tindle
Sister

Sister is the third studio album from Parisian singer Pauline de Lassus Saint-Geniès, performing under her stage name Mina Tindle. A fascinating, dreamlike listen that somehow still grounds itself in reality, in places it features production and writing credits shared with Sufjan Stevens and The National’s Bryce Dessner. 

Dead Famous People
Harry

Dons Savage of Dead Famous People could be described as the nearly person of the New Zealand/ Flying Nun scene. She was perhaps too early to catch a ride on the coattails of the likes of the Chills and the Clean but after moving to London she was temporarily part of the early Saint Etienne line up singing on their Let's Kiss and Make Up debut. Now years later she is back with an album of all new material which hints that her time may have eventually come.

Gene
To See The Lights

'To See The Lights' was the second album by Gene, released in 1996. Although this is a compilation album, it is still regarded as a necessary piece in the band’s catalogue. It features some of their earliest recordings along with B-sides, live tracks and covers of the Bacharach & David song 'I Say A Little Prayer' and The Beatles’ 'Don't Let Me Down'.
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Gene
Olympian

Gene were mid-90s NME darlings who were massively influenced by The Smiths - something evidenced by Martin Rossiter’s vocals and their album artwork. Other influences such as The Jam and The Clash meant that their sound sat quite neatly in the Britpop scene. 'Olympian' was Gene's debut album and was originally released in 1995.
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Nile Marr
Are You Happy Now

Look at the hair. Will you please look at the hair. If that hasn't given it away then look at the surname. Yes, that's right, Nile Marr is the son of the Smiths legend Johnny Marr and here releases his first solo album after earlier work under the name Man Made. Influenced by bands his dad was in or worked with, the album is a love letter to Manchester recorded in a club in the city's Oldham Street. 

The Kills
Little Bastards

'Little Bastards' is a rarities collection by once-very-popular garage-blues duo The Kills. Their career to date has spawned five full-lengths, but this album concentrates on what happened before/bits in-between the studio LPs. Early 7” singles, B-sides, digital-only bonus tracks and XFM sessions, all recorded between 2002 and 2009 - it’s all here for fans to enjoy.
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METZ
Atlas Vending

The fourth studio album from Canadian punk rockers Metz arrives to kick off the second decade of their existence. In comparison to the relentless energy exuded by their earlier output, Atlas Vending holds back in terms of pace and aims more for subtlety, making for a very different experience but no less emotionally honest. 
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Cut Worms
Nobody Lives Here Anymore

On just his second album as Cut Worms, Max Clarke attempts the kind of magnum opus that most artists never even think about. Sounding like a scrapbook of 20th century American pop culture in its influences, Nobody Lives Here Anymore imagines a future in which capitalism has burned itself out - eerily prescient of our current situation. 

Matty
Déjàvu

Matty is Matthew Tavares, former keyboard player with BADBADNOTGOOD. Déjàvu was originally released digitally in 2018 but finally sees the a physical release through Mr. Bongo.  It sees him return to his first love of rock and indie, although elements of jazz and AOR and the influence of Brazillian composer Arthur Verocai come through too. The album was produced by fellow Canadian, Frank Dukes.

Juana Molina
ANRMAL (Live in Mexico)

'ANRMAL (Live In Mexico)' captures Argentine guitarist, singer and songwriter Juana Molina in fabulous form performing at the Mexican NRML festival just days before the world locked down. It’s her first live album, and among the tracks are a couple of ‘punk’ versions of her songs adding to the energy and uptempo vibe of the performance.

Greg Puciato
Child Soldier: Creator of God

You know when you set out to make an album with your band, in this case The Black Queen, and what you make is just not right for the band? Well that’s how Greg Puciato’s debut solo LP, 'Child Soldier: Creator of God', came about - though it does still sound quite like The Black Queen, and also his old outfit Dillinger Escape Plan. Puciato played all the instruments (with the exception of drums, which were played by original DEP drummer Chris Pennie), and he describes the songs as a bunch of ‘misfits’ which he decided made a great album.

The Chameleons
Return of The Roughnecks (Live at The Ritz Manchester)

Manchester post-punks The Chameleons return to their hometown, thirty-five years after they formed, for 'Return of The Roughnecks (Live at The Ritz Manchester)'. The record sees the classic line-up of Mark Burgess, Reg Smithies, Dave Fielding and John Lever playing songs from their first three albums: 'Script Of The Bridge', 'What Does Anything Mean, Basically?' and 'Strange Times'. Both florid like Talk Talk and stirring like A Flock Of Seagulls.
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Bright Eyes
I'm Wide Awake It's Morning

Bright Eyes released two albums on the same day back in 2005. Those were 'Digital Ash in a Digital Urn' and this one. Conor Oberst is very much from the Elliott Smith school of depressing songwriters who are neither straight up indie nor proper folk. He puts a lot of emotion in his voice which can either melt hearts of his fans or irritate the naysayers. Either way, this one is his most popular and acclaimed album that longtime fans still adore to this day.

Orange 9mm
Tragic

1996’s 'Tragic' saw Orange 9mm dropping their post-hardcore sound in favour of a rap-metal style in the vein of Rage Against The Machine or Red Hot Chilli Peppers. It was originally released on Atlantic in 1996, and throughout the decade they toured with the likes of Korn, Deftones, Biohazard and Helmet. This twenty-fifth anniversary version of 'Tragic' sees the LP being released on vinyl for the first time.
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Laura Jane Grace
Stay Alive

Laura Jane Grace has long been the singer in Against Me! and according to the press release she thinks 'Stay Alive' may be her solo debut though isn't totally sure. It was recorded at Electrical Audio in Chicago with Steve Albini in socially distanced circumstances and was done in an all-analogue fashion. The album features songs about staying alive and battling through set to impassioned acoustic-punk. Laura's important message is basically to stay alive, which I have to agree is good advice. 
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The La's
1986-1987- Callin' All

The story of The La’s is one of mercurial talent and missed opportunities, yet the mythology around the group’s very small recorded output has always been strong. 1986-1987 - Callin’ All was the second of the Lost La’s compilations, released in 2001 and laid out the recordings that the band’s leader Lee Mavers has always said came closest to capturing his vision for music. It’s now given a re-issue on vinyl, with new cover art and sleeve notes. 
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The Stone Roses
The Remixes

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Working Men's Club
Working Men's Club

Working Men’s Club have been earmarked as a band to keep an eye on for a good few months now. With a few singles under their belt, they are finally ready to unleash their eponymous debut album. Their music blurs the lines between indie, dance and techno. They have toured with the Fat White Family and even have a song which spells out their dislike of journalist Andrew Neil.

The Flaming Lips
American Head

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Fu Manchu
Start The Machine

Start the Machine was the eighth album from stoner rock mainstays Fu Manchu and the only one not to be released on vinyl... until today of course now that the good people at At the Dojo have re-mastered it and pressed it for your listening pleasure. Classic groovy sludge stoner gear...new and improved.  

Immaterial Possession
Immaterial Possession

Immaterial Possession will be an undertaking of interest to any fans of the legendary Elephant 6 collective. Seeing the scene’s Kiran Jeremy Fernandes and John Spiegel teaming up with Atlanta underground musicians Cooper Holmes and Madeline Polites, Immaterial Possession is a magnificent sensory experience. 
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Drive-By Truckers
The New OK

One year, two studio albums, a live album - Drive By Truckers are putting all their unspent touring energy into releasing records in 2020. 'The New OK' follows their excellent album 'The Unravelling'. The songs were recorded during the same sessions as 'The Unravelling', and what started as an EP quickly expanded to be their thirteenth album. It features heartfelt Americana songs inspired by protests, pandemics and politics. 

Elliott Smith
Elliott Smith: Expanded 25th Anniversary Edition

Elliott Smith’s eponymous album is his second solo outing. It was released in 1995, so here we have a 25th Anniversary Expanded Edition. As well as a remastered version of the original album it includes the earliest known live recording at Umbra Penumbra in Portland. It comes packaged with a 52-page coffee table book with lyrics and previously unseen photos. Essential stuff. 

ShitKid
20/20

Reverting back to a solo project after life as a duo for last year’s [Detention] and a collaboration with The Melvins and Paul Leary, Swedish singer Åsa Söderqvist’s ShitKid therefore returns to the introversion of her earliest material. 20/20 is a fantastically observed series of DIY anti-pop songs. 
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Grandaddy
The Sophtware Slump ..... on a wooden piano

The Sophtware Slump ..... on a wooden piano by Grandaddy is a reworking of the band’s classic second album which was originally released in 2000. Grand grandaddy Jason Lyttle spent a while sourcing the right instruments in the right studios to make the right sound and then the pandemic came and forced him to change his plans. He recorded the album at home, and rather than being annoyed by the lawnmowers, traffic and noisy birds he made them part of the record. 

I Like Trains
Kompromat

Just like the 7.42 Skipton to Leeds service I Like Trains haven't been seen in about eight years but with humanity about to collapse there's no-one better to attempt to make the soundtrack for the impending doom. KOMPROMAT attempts to make sense of the chaos taking influence from the metallic post-punk likes of Joy Division, Gang of Four and the Birthday Party on a welcome return for this distinctive band. 

Elbow
Giants of All Sizes

I like them tall giants, I like them small giants, I like them brown-haired giants, I like them blonde-haired giants… Unfortunately Giants Of All Sizes, the latest LP from stadium-bothering Mancunians Elbow, doesn’t actually include a cover of Calvin Harris’ ‘The Girls’. Shame, that. What the band’s eighth album does contain is more of that brooding, baroque rock music that Guy Garvey et al do so well. Think of them as Northern England’s answer to The National.
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A Lilac Decline
Shelter From The Shadows

A Lilac Decline is an anagram of Cecilia Danell, an Ireland-based, Swedish visual artist who can also turn her hand to music. Shelter From The Shadows is her second solo album following her 2017 debut, The Mountain Rages, and projects as a member of Cubs and Loner Deluxe. Her acoustic guitar is replaced with an electric for some seriously meaty riffs adding a different texture to her finger picked style. There’s also some electronic sounds, occasional banjo and drums from Brian Kelly of So Cow.

Goat Girl
On All Fours

A subtle pivot from the pointed lyricism of their self-titled debut LP from a couple of years previously, South London post-punks Goat Girl embrace a wider palette of sonics to achieve the same end on sophomore album 'On All Fours'. Produced by the prolifically brilliant Dan Carey - he of Speedy Wunderground fame - the quartet use drum machines, synthesisers and unusual chord progressions to blend rock with various danceable pop influences. File 'On All Fours' next to Everything Everything and The Orielles.
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METZ / Mission of Burma
Good, Not Great / Get Off

Once a RSD item, now just a simple item, this 7" sees post-hxc tinged noise folk Metz go toe to toe with post-punk legends Mission of Burma. They do a punk swap by covering each other's tunes, with the former going in on "Good, Not Great" and the latter having a crack at "Get Off". A classic fairplay split in celebration of loud music sportsmanship. 

Nikki Sudden, Johnny Fean, Simon Carmody
The Last Bandits In The World


The Jaded Hearts Club
You've Always Been Here

A mouth-watering supergroup of indie-rock royalty - whose cast includes Graham Coxon, Miles Kane and Muse frontman Matt Bellamy among others - release their debut album. Initially formed to perform Beatles covers, Jaded Hearts Club branch out to tackle other artists on debut album You’ve Always Been Here. 

Art Brut
Bang Bang Rock & Roll

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The Dears
Lovers Rock

Montréal indie rockers The Dears will release their eighth LP on May 15 with Dangerbird Records. Led by husband and wife duo Murray Lightburn and Natalia Yanchak, The Dears offer up a resigned yet pulsatingly anxious album to reflect what they see as the doomed times we’re living in. Influences for this album take in the eclectic range of anything from Krautrock to Burt Bacharach.

The Nude Party
Midnight Manor

Recorded at their farmhouse studio in the Catskills with producer Oakley Munson of Black Lips, The Nude Party deliver their sophomore record. Improving on the Sixties psychedelic rock feel of their acclaimed self-titled debut album a couple of years back, Midnight Manor is more experienced and more restful. 
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Order Of The Toad
Re-Order Of The Toad

Fronted by The Wharves’ Gemma Fleet, Glaswegian trio Order of the Toad caused a stir with their 2018 self-titled debut, located between country-pop and dusty, Sixties psychedelia. Spearheaded by a fantastic new single in ‘Lady’s Mantle’, they prepare their sophomore effort, titled Re-Order of the Toad. 
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5

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7

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Corey Flood
Hanging Garden

Corey Flood are a Philadelphia-based three-piece who take their inspiration from Throwing Muses, Helium, Pale Saints, Krautrock, samba rhythms and Brix Smith-era Fall. 'Hanging Garden' is their debut full-length LP. The beauty of the melodies and guitars temper the dark tales of gas-lighting and self-doubt. On Fire Talk.
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The Raconteurs
Consolers Of The Lonely

In 2008 The Raconteurs' legendary second album was released. 'Consolers of the Lonely' is a diverse exploration of modern rock music, including horn sections, murder ballads, and punky vocals, all tied together by the guitar playing of that bloke from the White Stripes. Released on Third Man Records, this is a must-have for fans of blues, rock 'n' roll, and guitars. 
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Muse
Origin Of Symmetry

It's the Muse album that has the slightly louder and more abrasive songs than the other Muse albums! Wherein they ruin a perfectly good Nina Simone standard in "Feeling Good" and do some other stuff with pop rock that once got compared to Radiohead but would probably actually just get remixed by Moby.
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Sault
Untitled (Black Is)

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OSEES
Panther Rotate

'Panther Rotate' by OSEES is a remix album for its big brother 'Protean Threat'. John Dwyer is seemingly not satisfied with releasing, on average, an album a year for each of the twenty-three years the band has been in existence, but is now remixing and embellishing LPs to bolster his discography still further. More OSEES albums in the world can only be a good thing, though. This one features new versions of tracks from 'Protean Threat', field recordings and various experimental sounds. One for the freaks x

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