Indie Rock / Alternative Rock

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Fair Ohs
Everything is Dancing / Jungle Cats

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Angelo Spencer
Angelo Spencer Et Les Hauts Sommets

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Catfish and The Bottlemen
Kathleen

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Half Japanese
Volume 2 : 1987-1989

Wow, three whole Half Japanese records in one set! Volume 2 provides you with ‘Music To Strip By’ (1987), ’Charmed Life (1988) and ‘The Band That Would Be King’ (1989). I’m sure you would agree that that is a very healthy portion of these arty-punky-silly legends. Nicely designed booklets and packaging from the band’s own Jad Fair.

The Retail Sectors
March of Incurable Workaholic

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The Airborne Toxic Event
Such Hot Blood

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Dinner Party
Swinging

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Emperor Yes
An Island Called Earth

Emperor Yes is a trio moulded from producer Ash Gardner (known for work with singer-songwriter Emmy the Great), Adam Betts of math rock crew Three Trapped Tigers, and Hugo Sheppard, who was one half of indie pop duo Summer Camp. They come together in a new incarnation to make some truly cosmic rock that focuses on the blustery vocal harmonies and lush arrangements. That's what happens when you get three eccentrics together. 

Midnight Masses
Departures

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Meat Puppets
Monsters

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Meat Puppets
Mirage

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Thot
The City That Disappears

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Superdrag
Head Trip In Every Key

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Superheaven
Jar

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Nick Oliveri's Uncontrollable
Leave Me Alone

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The Decemberists
What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World

Most albums by The Decemberists have a strong narrative running through them (see The Hazards Of Love for example), but for this record, the band apparently let the songs develop into whatever forms seemed right. Consequently, What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World is The Decemberists in a different mode: should be interesting!

Mac DeMarco
Demos Volume 1

Chill daddy and stoner seminar leader Mac DeMarco actually did a few takes of the songs on 2 and Salad Days, if you can believe it. His sunshine pop is given an origin story with Demos Volume 1, a nice little CD that puts the inner workings of his recent songs on display. If you want to hear some unreleased nuggets and the sound of DeMarco fucking shit up from his very own bedroom, you'll want to hear this.

Dirty Beaches
Badlands

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Magic Bus
Magic Bus/ Milky Way

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One More Grain
Scarborough Fair/ Giriama Wedding

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Veruca Salt
American Thighs

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The Dodos
Individ

Some new sounds from The Dodos. Individ is the latest record from these two San Fran men. Packed with vocal hooks and luscious harmonies, straight ahead indie-rock riffs and relentless drums, these little pop tunes are more than the sum of their parts. They've got bits of Belle & Sebastian, The Beta Band and Hot Chip - pretty expansive sounds from the two of them. Out on CD from Morr Music.

The 1975
The 1975

Who knew that when we watched Tim Healy on Auf Weidersen Pet and Denise Welch on Coronation Street that together they would make Matthew Healy who would found one of the biggest bands of the 2000s so far. This their debut started the process for they multi-layered eclectic approach bringing in electro-pop, emo and R & B to their on-the-surface rock band format. Their out-of-step 80s influences struck a chord particularly with younger listeners and the band have gone on to be hugely successful with further records featuring much longer titles than this one. 

Inspiral Carpets
Let You Down

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Lower Plenty
Strange Beast

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Purling Hiss
Dizzy Polizzy

Dizzy Polizzy started life as a CDR containing six early recordings, circa 2004, Purling Hiss main man Mike Polizze had made with the help of drummer Ben Leaphart. By 2011, due to growing demand, Polizze made Dizzy Polizzy into a tour-only cassette which contained the original six tracks plus a few later recordings that fit the bill. Now, with demand even greater, Dizzy Polizzy is released as an LP! 

Grouplove
Spreading Rumours

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King of Cats
Working Out

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Useless Eaters
Bleeding Moon

Useless Eaters is the one man garage rocker Seth Sutton, and 'Bleeding Moon' is shaped from scrappy guitars, snarling bass and a heap of up-to-no-good lyrics. Sutton makes the kind of quick in-and-out guitar pop that makes Jay Reatard and Ty Segall so compelling, bringing to mind the best of the garage rippers who go it alone.

(Sandy) Alex G
DSU

Right, people. We've been listening to this in the office for what seems like the last 6 months and we think it's going to take you by storm. Think of all the '90's lo-fi greats (but particularly Pavement) rolled up into a one man slacker-pop songwriting machine and you are in the ballpark.  Get in on the ground floor. 
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Killola
Barrel of Donkeys

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Modest Mouse
White Lies, Yellow Teeth / Buttons to Push the Buttons

Modest Mouse are celebrating the days when they were at their rawest, playing stunningly rough guitar and howling lyrics for lost souls over disorientating dissonance. 'This Is a Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About' and 'The Lonesome Crowded West' are two early entries in the indie rock canon, and they're being reissued so we can all have the proof. This 7" features two tracks that failed to make their way onto a record proper: "White Lies, Yellow Teeth", which has been swiming freely through the internet for a while, and "Buttons to Push Buttons". 

Axes
Glory

Math punk. Is that a thing? Apparently so, it's just like math rock but punkier. This lightning-paced riff-loaded offering from London-based Axes (a four-piece hailing from Scotland, Denmark, Iran and... Essex) is fast, frantic and very fun. The sleeve features the band members on horse back. I hope the noisy music didn't scare the poor things too badly. Why the long face? 

Pixies
Minotaur Limited Edition

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Cozy
Button by Button

Cozy Powell. Peeder Powell watch out. This is the debut release from Cozy who play a banging style of 70's glam power pop that gives Gary Glitter a run for his money. Fans of The Sweet and Bay City Rollers take note; there's a new gang in town and they are armed with fuzzy guitars, stack harmonies and stack heels galore. If you are allergic to handclaps you better look elsewhere, baby.  For fans of Slade, The Raspberries, Games and Mud. 
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Owen
Other People’s Songs

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Matthew Melton
Outside of Paradise

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Games
Little Elise

Games got a lot of admiration for their debut album of power pop and here they come with a raucous blast of 70's pop fun. One part Big Star, one part Dwight Twilley Band and one part Bay City Rollers this is an absolute heap of be-mulleted fun. They have all those 70's glam moves down pat that you'd swear that this was taken from the lower reaches of the Top 75 back in 1976. If you like Raspberries, Shoes, Scruffs, Slade etc etc you'll love it. Great stuff.   
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Peter Philipson
Limefield Sessions

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Peter Kernel
Thrill Addict

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Bugs & Rats
Adidas

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Cheatahs
Cheatahs

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Smashing Pumpkins
Monuments To An Elegy

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Bleached
For The Feel

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Sleater-Kinney
Start Together

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R.E.M.
7IN - 83-88

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Eels
Mistakes of My Youth

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
In The Heat Of The Moment

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The Phantom Band
Fears Trending

Some big sounds from Scots The Phantom Band. Fear Trending is the next installment from the half-dozen bunch. It's full of rocky guitars, wacky electronics and sincere Celtic crooning. It's proggy, post-rockish and has simple melodies which act as a contrast to the raucous instrumental madness. Out on vinyl LP and CD from Chemikal Underground.

Crushed Beaks
Scatter

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Motorpsycho
Demon Box

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Bedhead
Whatfunlifewas

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Pulled Apart By Horses / DZ Deathrays
Merry Christmas Everyone / Lonely This Christmas

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Tyrannosaurus Dead
Flying Ant Day

For fans of fuzzed out indie rock from yesteryear with modern principles and a youthful exuberance, there's Tyrannosaurus Dead, who get by with sickly-sweet vocal exchanges (that recall a gentler Dan Bejar) and scuzzy chords that make you feel a lot of love. The succinct and always catchy enough 'Flying Ant Day' takes you back to the days of 'Slanted & Enchanted' carelessness, and also harkens to the newer work of Joanna Gruesome. A nice postcard from indie rock.

The Mantles
Memory / Undelivered

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The Decemberists
Make You Better

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Yo La Tengo
Extra Painful

'Painful' was something of an early blueprint for another of Yo La Tengo's more beloved records, 'And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out'. Beyond their sickly blue covers, both are full of mumbled vocals, twilit riffs that slide seamlessly through the night, and romantic shoegaze outbursts. 'Extra Painful' compiles this old, understated effort from one of indie rock's subtlest acts with a second disc of original and unheard material -- plus lots of photos and an endless amount of goodies.

Girls At Our Best
Pleasure

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Beezewax
Tomorrow

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Echo & The Bunnymen
Live In London

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The Czars
Best Of

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Parquet Courts / Future Punx
LAMC No. 13

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The Amazing Snakeheads
Can't Let You Go

A Highland tantrum from The Amazing Snakeheads. Dripping with contempt, Can't Let You Go is a deluge of literal monosyllabic rage about how they just cannot seem to let this person go. Drenched in booze, fags, loud guitars, drums and shouting. I knew Limmy was angry, but now he’s bloody livid. Out on 7" vinyl from Domino.

Speedy Ortiz / Chris Weisman
LAMC No. 14

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Thee Oh Sees / The Mallard
LAMC Vol 3

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Mikal Cronin / WAND
Soul In Motion / Screaming Eye

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The Dacios
Monkey's Blood

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Audacity
Counting the Days

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Wilco
Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Rare Tracks 1994-2014

Wilco have never been particularly good at hiding their so-called rarities away, half of their fan-base having already been treated to the stellar, suffocatingly intimate early versions of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot songs. Here, though, the band leave another offering: Alpha Mike Foxtrot collates songs they've been commissioned to record for cover albums and film scores, and also throws in some of the band's quintessential b-sides, letting us live in an parallel universe where alt-country is still going strong.

Women's Christmas
Too Rich For Our Blood

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China Drum
Water

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Primitive Parts
TV Wheels / The Bench

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Joseph Coward
The World Famous Joseph Coward

'The World Famous Joseph Coward' is more of a projection than a fact: it's actually Joseph Coward's debut record, one that hopes to push Coward swiftly into the indie rock canon. Coward's song-writing is plaintive and traditional, taking inspiration from solo artists with the same wistful Romanticism while also trying to extract the fury and hot blood of rock 'n' roll bands. 

The Scenes
Beige

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Tyred Eyes
Elevator

Tyred Eyes are a three-piece from Göteborg in Sweden. They used to make clattering punk influenced by the oldies; now, they're opted to take on the oh-so-loud indie of the 90s they know and love. 'Elevator' is their new record and the follow-up to the direct, raucous pop music of their 'Ghost' EP, taking the band's noise in a more chilled, slow-paced direction .  

Jerry Rogers
Point Of Contact

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Joshua WF Thomson
Platinum Metres

Calling out to the cosmos, it’s Joshua WF Thomas, via Hong Kong's Platinum Metres. The record, which has the same name as the label, is an attempt to convey human nature and a depiction of music from around the globe. The Plantinum Metres vinyl LP spans many genres and is full of collaborations from a wide range of multicultural artists. It's extensive, weird and delightful and is Joshua's ode to the gold disc's NASA sent into space in then 70's.
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Flake Music
When You Land Here, It's Time to Return

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Fugazi
In On The Killtaker

In On The Kill Taker is one of Fugazi's most shamefully overlooked works, too straightforward to appease their later fans and not punx enough to piss off a hardcore kid the way they like it. What you get instead is a furious dance: some of the band's catchiest cuts, including "Public Witness Programme", along with the usual gleeful fury.

Primus
Primus & the Chocolate Factory With the Fungi Ensemble

Wacky high energy Californian rockers Primus have been going for 30 years now, their unique brand of bass-heavy prog-funk silliness doesn't really need any introduction. Nor does the soundtrack to the musical film version of Roald Dahl's 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. On New Year's Eve 2013 the band performed their Zappa-meets-Beefheart-meets-Rush-ified take on said soundtrack and now here's a recorded version. “The tour and the album are solely a marketing tool just so we can sell candy bars,” says Claypool, who has just launched a new range of "Primus Bars".

The Afghan Whigs
Gentleman (Gentlemen at 21 Deluxe Edition)

21st anniversary reissue for the seminal 1993 album, complete with 17 bonus tracks - a collection of B-sides, live performances and demos. The album is available remastered, on vinyl (with none of the bonus stuff), CD, or on (Record Store Day only) very limited edition 3-album vinyl which includes the bonus stuff. 

Wedding Dress
Desperate Glow

If you collect up all the cosmic gloop oozing from a dozen excellent and oh-so-slightly experimental acts, you get Wedding Dress. The band features members of math rockers Maps & Atlases as well as Suns and Joans of Arc, though there's less of the noodling and more slow-burning. Layers of synth, industrial-sized percussion and sweet acoustic guitar can all appear in one song, making 'Desperate Glow' a very odd little pastiche.

Faerground Accidents
We Hate The Same Things / Back In Town

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The Ministry Of Wolves
Happily Ever After

Weird German fantasists The Ministry of Wolves base their songs around fairytales by The Brothers Grimm. And why not. Suitably dark and sinister, these tracks will surely reignite the nightmares you had as a kid when you woke up convinced there was a wolf under the bed or a headless wood cutter lurking in the bushes outwide. Theatrical, dark German mayhem. 

dEUS
Selected Songs 1994 - 2014

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Antemasque
Antemasque

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Cursive
The Ugly Organ (Deluxe)

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The Microphones
Don't Wake Me Up

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Get Well Soon
The Lufthansa Heist

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Girlpool
Girlpool

Keep things simple and rock 'n' roll will be forever: Girlpool are founded on these honourable principles, sticking to guitar and bass and hoping it'll translate louder than the biggest of the big bands. Their self-titled debut is a love letter to the days of DIY, lo-fi nonsense, a place where all the best pop songs came from. 

Plaids
Plaids

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Dilly Dally
Candy Mountain

Toronto’s Dilly Dally formed in 2010 after discovering a shared propensity for dreamy guitars, weed and karaoke. With the addition of their two good friends, Corey Marshall (drums) and Michael Guiliani (bass) the quartet spent the years that followed playing anywhere they could with a PA, be it bar or basement. Now, with a solid fan base, the band are gearing up for the release of their debut LP with the release of a brand new 7” single, ‘Candy Mountain’. Grungy and abrasive, Dilly Dally make music that is steeped in accessible but not overly polished melodies. 

East India Youth
Hinterland

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Wolf Girl
Mama's Boy

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Throwing Muses
Purgatory / Paradise

Angst-come-self-destruction from Throwing Muses. Purgatory / Paradise was realeased initially in 2013 but Happy Happy Birthday To Me have decided it needs to be on all mediums, including vinyl, cassette as well as CD. No zip-disk though. It's their first album in a decade and it sounds like what you'd expect - like a monged out Primal Scream. It also comes with a book & loads of arty stuff.
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TV Eyes
TV Eyes

Alright! Power pop revival! Let's all have a good time! TV Eyes! Let's go! Taking time off from his work making terrifying abstract compositions for television's 'Hannibal', Brian Reitzell meets up with pals Jason Falkner and Roger Manning Jr., so they can reissue their self-titled 2006 record, which was only ever released in Japan. On record, they pay respects to their not-so-secret favourite era of music: '80s. Expect the word new wave, and feel good with this new self-titled work. 

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