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Television
Marquee Moon

Television were integral to the New York punk scene of the 1970s that centred around the CBGBs club situated in Manhattan’s dingy Lower East Side. Whilst the music was more complex, with longer songs than the punk movement was known for, it is said that front man Tom Verlaine was the person who started wearing safety pins on his clothes, but simply to hold them together, rather than as a fashion statement. Their debut album from 1977, Marquee Moon, is absolutely essential.
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Various
Des Jeunes Gens Modernes Vol 3. [Post Punk, Cold Wave, et culture Novo en France (1978 - 1983)]

‘Des Jeunes Gens Modernes Vol 3. [Post Punk, Cold Wave, et culture Novo en France (1978 - 1983)]’ is an excellent excursion from Kwaidan through the archives of the French underground punk scene at the turn of the Eighties. These twenty-four tracks fuse the energy of punk, the well-established thrills of rock and early synth tinkering.
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The Last
Look Again

Recorded in 1980 but never formally released (there are a handful of test-pressings that now fetch eye-watering amounts), ‘Look Again’ is the album by seminal L.A. punks The Last which would have succeeded their excellent debut ‘L.A. Explosion!’. Forty years after it was taped, 'Look Again' now gets reissued via House Arrest with a bonus 7” vinyl including tracks ‘Weekend Girl’ and ‘Fade To Black’.
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The Sound
Propaganda

As part of record store day 2015 (18th April) Demon records have released this double 10” vinyl set of The Sound’s Propaganda album from 1979 (but not released until 1999). The first album they made since changing their name from The Outsiders, and was recorded entirely at Adam Borland’s parents house. If you’re into Joy Division or even Interpol this is a must.
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Helen Love
Power On

If you want a bit of retro punk-rock bubblegum then Helen Love have long been the people to go to on this count. The Swansea-based punk-poppers claim to be entirely influenced by The Ramones and have been doing this kind of stuff since 1992. 'Power On' is their latest batch of fuzzy tunes and sees them remain in their punk, glam, disco timewarp. 

Pozi
176 EP

Named after the London bus route running from the heart of the city to Kent, 176 is a new five-track EP from post-punk outfit Pozi. Recorded in an intense five-day burst down in Margate, it sees them take a different approach to last year's excellent PZ1 album, ditching the guitars and embracing electronic textures. 
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Germs
M.I.A. (The Complete Anthology)

A first-ever release on vinyl for M.I.A. (The Complete Anthology), a full career retrospective of influential punk act Germs. Originally released in 1993 on CD only, Porterhouse Records replicates the compilation in its entirety, right down to the original liner notes, making for a fitting tribute to this influential first-wave punk outfit. 

The Durutti Column
Obey The Time

Factory Benelux could probably be re-issuing the Durutti Column records until the end of time if they so wished. This time it's the turn of their 8th album Obey the Time. The album saw leader Vini Reilly explore electronic textures influenced by the acid house explosion of the time. There's an extra disc of live recordings from a show at Whitworth Hall in 1990.  
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Various
A Harbinger Sound Sampler

The fearsome Harbinger Sound label put together a compilation that captures the diversity and intensity of their current roster. A Harbinger Sound Sampler contains unheard tracks from Sleaford Mods, Consumer Electronics and Pain Jerk, as well as an astonishing array of angry, noisy and political tunes only available on double vinyl LP.
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Sleaford Mods
Mork n Mindy

Rough Trade presents the lead single from Sleaford Mods’ studio album ‘Spare Ribs’ on clear 7” vinyl. ‘Mork n Mindy’ is one of the Mods’ most sonically adventurous offerings yet, with Jason Williamson sharing the mic with kindred spirit Billy Nomates. The B-side ‘Little Bits’ consists of an instrumental by Andrew Fearn.
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IDLES
Ultra Mono

Following their breakout into wider mainstream consciousness with 'Joy As An Act Of Resistance' back in 2018, beloved Bristolian post-punk outfit IDLES reveal their third studio album. Entitled 'Ultra Mono', this record finds the band bringing in hip-hop production aesthetics by working with Kenny Beats. But staunch punk heads need not fret - this is as scathing and vitriolic in its politics as the band’s previous work.

OSEES
Protean Threat

Actually, unlike the regular adage, there are THREE certainties in life: death, taxes, and a new Thee Oh Sees album every year. On top of an LP as part of a new group called Bent Arcana, it’s clear that not even lockdown can stop John Dwyer from his furious creative output. For their twenty-third studio record, Dwyer’s merry men undergo yet another slight name change in order to release 'Protean Threat' as OSEES. Fidgety funk, Devo-core, Krautrock and plenty of other styles are stripped for parts by the garage-psych luminaries here.

Thee Oh Sees
Grave Blockers

You’re thinking how on earth do Thee Oh Sees manage to put so many new records out, right? Well, in the case of this one it’s a reissue. Grave Blockers was originally released in 2006 and sees John Dwyer et al in a gentler mood, playing some psych-folk rather than the unhinged garage rock to which we’ve become accustomed.

Modern Technology
Service Provider

An album to make you think, dance and get righteously angry all at the same time, Modern Technology’s debut album ‘Service Provider’ crashes out of the speakers with intent. The stripped-down, amped-up bass, drums and vocals combination is even more gleeful and on-point than the duo’s 2019 EP. Killer sludgy UK noise rock recorded by Wayne Adams of Petbrick / Big Lad and Mastered by James Plotkin.
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Gary Davenport
Scattered Thoughts

Scattered Thoughts is an exhumation of early work from Gary Davenport, the founder of San Antonio underground label Closet Records. Also featuring a book chronicling his experiences with the label, the 13 songs on this compilation include Davenport’s work in the band Mannequin, collaborative work with Mark Champion and Charles Athanas, plus his solo work while living in Texas. 
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Death In June
Nada Plus!

'Nada' was the third album by English neofolk collective Death In June and saw them flirt with dance music whilst lyrically they explored German paganism and other historical eras. Controversy was to dog them in later years but this sees the band push musical boundaries. This LP comes as a double-LP with bonus tracks (hence the 'Plus') on the nicely named Pylon Records.  
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Peter Hook and The Light
Unknown Pleasures Live in Australia

Though Peter Hook was a stellar bassist and New Order have been a lot less potent since his departure, he now spends his days retreading his old group's back-catalogue with his backing band The Light. I suppose that, if you are in a concert setting, then it's great to hear these classic tracks played with conviction by one of the original players. Whether a live recording is required - well, I'll leave all you Joy Division and New Order nuts to decide. Here Hook wallops through 'Unknown Pleasures', tacking on six further tracks including 'Love Will Tear Us Apart'. 
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Grim Humour
Highlights & Lowlights 1983-1987

Grim Humour was a UK underground fanzine which ran between 1983 and 1993. If you missed out at the time then you can look back with love at the sheer breadth of music, film, art and other ephemera they covered. A quick thumb through reveals the likes of Crass, Virgin Prunes, Nick Cave, Sonic Youth, Coil, The Fall and loads more important people of the era all featured. 300 page hardback book. 

The Paranoyds
Pet Cemetery

The Paranoyds are an LA punk band with one foot in a 1990s post-grunge world. Here we find live favourite ‘Pet Cemetery’ (which I'm pretty sure isn't a Ramones cover) backed with ‘Hotel Celebrity’, a song that takes a swipe at the sort of shallow Hollywood types you'd imagine The Paranoyds see a lot of in their home city.
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The Ar-Kaics
To Be Free / Easy

More 60s garage-rock, proto-psych and punk sounds from US band The Ar-Kaics. This time it comes in the form of a double A-sided single featuring ‘To Be Free' and 'Easy’. The band are made up from members of Chain & The Gang, Pygmy Lush and The Shirks, so if you’re a fan of those - or The Electric Prunes et al - then give this a whirl.
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The Psychotic Monks
Private Meaning First

Private Meaning First is the second album by French outfit The Psychotic Monks. The band squeezed themselves into a small house, hidden away in the French countryside to create a suffocating habitat before unleashing all that claustrophobic awkwardness on their instruments. They are inspired by the likes of The Jesus Lizard, Sonic Youth, Girl Band and Throbbing Gristle, so if you like any of those bands you know what to do...

Mac Blackout
Love Profess

Mac Blackout is the recording moniker of Mark McKenzie. 'Love Profess' sees him moving away from the KBD-meets-sci-fi-punk style of his previous output. Here, he has stripped his sound right back to reveal analogue synth-led pop. A surprise inclusion of some free-jazz and avant-garde influences enlivens 'Love Profess' still further.
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Young Marble Giants
Colossal Youth (40th Anniversary Special Edition)

One of the most definitive - and quiet - records of the post-punk era, the one and only studio album by Cardiff-based Young Marble Giants gets a fortieth anniversary re-release. Recorded in under a week, ‘Colossal Youth’ has influenced artists as diverse as Kurt Cobain and Stuart Murdoch. This release represents the chapter-and-verse take on Young Marble Giants' brief career. 

Girl Band
The Talkies

Taking their time over nearly four years since their debut album Holding Hands With Jamie, Irish quartet Girl Band deliver their long-awaited second effort. The Talkies was inspired by its recording in the uniquely weird building of Ballintubbert - full of winding passages and confusing turns amid the deafening noise. 
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Richard Rose
Radiation Breeze

Richard Rose is not a person. It is, in fact, a band which contains members of Ex-Cult, GØGGS, OBN III’s, Bad Sports and the wonderfully-named Snooty Garbagemen. Better still, their saxophonist is called Gravy McKay. 'Radiation Breeze' ups the ante from Richard Rose's 2019 self-titled record for In The Red to result in what those in the know are already claiming as an instant rock classic. 

100 Flowers
Drawing Fire (Expanded)

100 Flowers were once known as the slightly-less-romatically-named The Urinals, a name under which they released a slew of minimal punk-rock records in the early '80s which had a strong influence on the likes of The Minutemen. This reissue collects their 1984 EP 'Drawing Fire' and adds in early singles and compilation tracks on a release essential for fans of these lesser-known punk upstarts.
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The Jam
Snap!

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Thee Oh Sees
Warm Slime

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Various
Votive Offerings

Scottish independent label At War With False Noise provides an excellent snapshot of what’s happening in Glasgow’s underground music scene at the time of writing (the cursed year of 2020) with ‘Votive Offerings’. Includes a brace of tracks each from Charity Murder, Vom and Hausfrau and individual ones from Schalken and Cursed Image.
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LIINES
On and On / Sorry

With former PINS bassist Anna Donigan now in their ranks, Manchester-based post-punk outfit LIINES drop a new 7”. ‘On And On’ and ‘Sorry’ effectively bottle the energy of the band's live performances, which have drawn comparisons with scene icons like Sleater-Kinney, IDLES and Savages. Guitars, drums, vitriol, you know how it goes. 

Minor Threat
Salad Days

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Big Joanie
Sistahs

The hotly-anticipated debut LP from London trio Big Joanie arrives as the first release in Thurston Moore and Eva Prinz’s Daydream Library Series. Sistahs is a great piece of contemporary punk rock. While the instrumentals nod to Breeders, The Ronettes and Joanna Gruesome in equal measure, the lyrics see the band celebrating blackness, femininity and solidarity.

The Durutti Column
Someone Else's Party

A first-ever pressing on vinyl for Someone Else’s Party, the 2003 studio album from Vini Reilly’s long-running The Durutti Column. Written in response to the passing of Reilly’s mother, it’s a gorgeous and profoundly sad record focussing on themes of personal loss and self-reflection. Mind you, it is still a Durutti Column album, so 'Someone Else’s Party' still sounds beautiful in that proto-Perfume Genius sort of way. 
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Dead Kennedys
Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

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Shame
Drunk Tank Pink

For all the acclaim rightfully bestowed on Shame’s 2018 debut, ‘Songs Of Praise’ looks like a mere architect’s drawing in comparison to their second album, ‘Drunk Tank Pink’. The energetic post-punk template that won them such a significant following is expanded dramatically, creating a sound more emotional and ambitious than before, even embracing early synth influences reminiscent of Eno-era Bowie.
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Various
Cleveland Confidential

Just trying to imagine Cleveland OH circa 1980 brings a haze of industrial grey to mind yet it was in this depressed city that some of the best clanking post-punk emerged. Cleveland Confidential compiled the best rarely heard bits  - these unknown names taking their influence from fellow Rust Belt dwellers Pere Ubu and Dead Boys amongst others. An essential document of a particular time and place. 
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K.S. Eden
Passed Beyond

K.S. Eden has a story to tell. He was actually at one of those legendary The Sex Pistols shows at the Lesser Trade Hall in Manchester. Were you? Probably  - everybody was. Anyway it was the attitude rather than the sound that inspired the Stockport-based musician to make his music and these rarely heard recordings have the quiet spindly post-punk sound of the Durutti Column or the Gist. A worthy discovery.  
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Jason Williamson
Happy Days

Sleaford Mods lead barker Jason Williamson is back with his third book of stories and things following his lyrics book Grammar Wanker and Slabs From Paradise. This time it's about really grim things like dogging places, shit pubs, appalling housing, twats, people fighting, lowlife scum, arses, really bad precincts, bricks, dogs on housing estates, people sniffing....all that kind of stuff. 

Uranium Club
Human Exploration LP

Static Shock bring the debut from these Minneapolis punks to vinyl LP for the first time. Uranium Club’s Human Exploration LP was previously only available as a hard to find cassette. The group’s itchy, nervous punk music blends no wave and hardcore influences into a different sound entirely. The guitars are cheap and the vocals shouted.
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Uranium Club
All Of Them Naturals

Uranium Club are a tightly-wound post-punk outfit with a canny attitude and a fun bounce. These songs fly out the gate at super-speed, but everything is recorded clearly and the band can stop on a dime when they need to. Really sharp stuff. New album All Of Them Naturals is released by Static Shock Records.
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Rudimentary Peni
Wilfred Owen The Chances

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Refused
The Malignant Fire

‘The Malignant Fire’ is a five-track EP by influential Swedish hardcore punk legends Refused. The record includes the blistering single ‘Born On The Outs’ along with two tracks from the 2019 LP 'War Music'. One for fans of The (International) Noise Conspiracy, At The Drive-In and Fugazi here.
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Redd Kross
Beyond the Door

Redd Kross released their first album in 1982. Their new album, Beyond The Door, is only their 7th album in all that time. Anyway, quality, not quantity is what’s important. They return for the first time in seven years with an album of hard-edged power pop with Melvins drummer, Dale Crover, recording with them for the first time. Fellow Melvins, Geré Fennelly and Buzz Osborne guest, with Anna Waronker from That Dog and current Red Hot Chilli Peppers guitarist, Josh Klinghoffer also putting in appearances.
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The Prats
Prats Way Up High

'Prats Way Up High' is a new compilation from Edinburgh DIY punk outfit The Prats. This record spans their brief career - one that saw them find a home on local indie label Fast Product, record a Peel Session in 1979 (songs from which are present here) and, long after their disintegration in 1981, see their song 'General Davis' feature in Jonathan Demme’s 2004 remake of 'The Manchurian Candidate'. 
  • Vinyl LP (TPLP1547)
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Gang of Four
Entertainment!

Entertainment was the the debut album by Leeds post-punk band Gang Of Four. It was originally released in 1979. The band incorporated elements of funk, dub and reggae into their choppy and angular punk sound. Features the tracks Damaged Goods, At Home He's A Tourist and I Found That Essence Rare.

Sprints
Manifesto

On the wonderfully-named Nice Swan Recordings come Sprints, the Dublin four-piece known for their theatrical live shows and the patronage of Daniel Fox of Girl Band - he has produced this four-tracker. Despite only existing since early 2020 (it says here) the band are the new ones to watch out of the same Dublin scene that also produced Fontaines DC. 
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Neutrals
Personal Computing

Neutrals are an agit-pop trio out of San Fransisco, the plact to where their singer has relocated from the rainier climes of Glasgow. They blend UK and US influences in a raw, ragged sound which recalls Gang of Four and The Fire Engines. Unsettling but melodic, these two tracks are released as part of Slumberland's thirtieth-anniversary 7" series. 
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Colin Newman
Not To

Colin Newman kept busy during Wire’s temporary early 80’s split, releasing three rather interesting solo records. Although in the case of Not To, some members of Wire were involved in the recording… Released on vinyl and CD: with the CD edition coming with an extra disc of mostly unreleased home studio demos. On Sentient Sonics.

The Distillers
The Distillers

Hellcat reissues the self-titled debut studio album from The Distillers to mark its twentieth anniversary. Cramming fifteen tracks (including a hidden bonus number) into just over forty minutes, ‘The Distillers’ stands two decades later as a true, resonant expression of Brody Dalle’s all-encompassing vision for punk. 
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Minor Threat
Out of Step

You may be surprised given their influence that Out of Step is the only album by Washington DC hardcore punk band Minor Threat. They'd already broken up once before recording the album but the band bedded down to make a classic of its genre notable for complex chord progressions and time signatures at odds with the previous more simplistic structures. A now iconic statement of intent before the band splintered off into the likes of Fugazi and Dag Nasty. 
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Various
Make More Noise! Women In Independent Music UK 1977-1987

Cherry Red Records announce another exceptional compilation, this time exploring the contributions of female artists in the decade following the emergence of punk in Britain. Make More Noise! Women In Independent Music UK 1977-1987 features 90 tracks over four CDs including music by the likes of The Slits, Nico and Cosey Fanni Tutti, plus a hardback book which includes over 14,500 words of sleevenotes and an essay by Lucy O’Brien. 
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Mick Trouble
Here’s The Mick Trouble LP

Mick Trouble - a nearly man of post punk pop. A contemporary of Swell Maps and Television Personalities, if everything stayed on track he would have enjoyed the kind of success and acclaim given to Elvis Costello. That, unfortunately, is not not what happened. He disappeared before he was supposed to record a session for John Peel thus ending a promising career. The original tape for Here’s The Mick Trouble LP - lost since 1980 - was found in a cookie jar in Trouble’s basement. Emotional Response have pressed it on to wax at last.

A Certain Ratio
I'd Like To See You Again (ACR Loco Edition)

'I’d Like To See You Again' was the fourth album by Manchester post-punk band A Certain Ratio, or ACR to their friends/fans. It was originally released way back in 1982 on the legendary Manchester label Factory - helmed by Tony Wilson. 'I'd Like To See You Again' was their first album featuring co-vocalist Martha Tilston.
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A Certain Ratio
Sextet (ACR Loco Edition)

One of the prime movers in the early Factory movement, A Certain Ratio were known for a lot more than just wearing shorts on stage and for switching remarkably quickly from post-punk to punk-funk. 'Sextet' shows some serious Latin, samba and jazz influences yet still manages to retain the sound of rainy Manchester. Tony Wilson must have been horrified, but it certainly fits right in with the early 80's funksters such as Pigbag, Liquid Liquid et al. 
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A Certain Ratio
To Each (ACR Loco Edition)

'To Each' captures A Certain Ratio in their post-punk roots just before they got a little too interested in jazz and wearing shorts. Here they combines Ian Curtis-style vocals with funky dance-pop sensibilities, and proto-Happy Mondays guitar sounds. A brilliant blend. Dance and be miserable at the same time.  
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A Certain Ratio
The Graveyard and The Ballroom (ACR Loco Edition)

'The Graveyard and the Ballroom' was the very first album released by Greater Manchester's A Certain Ratio. It was recorded by legendary producer Martin Hannett and shows the band in their beginning stages, starting to perfect the danceable post-punk style that yielded true rewards on their follow up opus 'To Each'.
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Mutabor!
Two Wishes

A short-lived project between Malaria’s Bettina Koster, Gudrun Gut and Manon Duursma with English drummer and singer Gary Asquith, Mutabor! only ever released one 12” single, 1982’s ‘Two Wishes’. The band was product of Berlin’s fertile underground scene in the early-80s - which means that its metallic, lurching post-punk clang has shades of The Birthday Party about it - the release is now remastered and reissued with a sixteen-page booklet on World Of Echo. 
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X-Ray Spex
Germfree Adolescents

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Tropical Fuck Storm
Legal Ghost / Heaven

Scuzzy supergroup Tropical Fuck Storm issue another 7" showcasing their brand of off-kilter weirdmess (no sic). A-side 'Legal Ghost' is a "cover", if that is the right word of the first song bandleader Gareth Liddiard ever wrote. Tropical Fuck Storm even recorded their version of 'Legal Ghost' on the same four track with which Liddiard taped the original. Over on the flip the band have a blast through Talking Heads' 'Heaven'. 
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The Fall
Interim

There's enough the Fall LPs in the world already without all the non-official ones. Mark E. Smith's attitude to contract signing ensured that there was always someone out there with rights to live tracks and studio outtakes. Interim contains early versions of tracks that would appear on the later (and excellent) Fall Heads Roll alongside studio rehearsals and live tracks.  

Tropical Fuck Storm
Suburbiopia / This Perfect Day

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The Vacant Lots
Interzone

New York duo The Vacant Lots make a blend of dance and psych that we’re going to put in an electro-meets-post punk kinda pigeonhole. Their new LP, Interzone, is a place where ice cold beats are met with punchy guitars and dark disco hits and motorik propulsions thrive. The duo have previously collaborated with Sonic Boom of Spacemen 3, Alan Vega of Suicide and Anton Newcombe of Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Mark E. Smith
The Post Nearly Man

Originally released in the summer of 1998, The Post Nearly Man was the first solo album from Mark E. Smith, and even by The Fall’s standards, it was experimental. Recorded in part at Pete Waterman’s studio (!), it was an inscrutable mixture of sound collages, samples of Fall tunes and Smith’s unique spoken-word artistry. Now, Demon Records re-issues this genuine curate’s egg of an album on clear 140g vinyl. 
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Bauhaus
Mask

Quite simply, one of the greatest post-punk / proto-goth albums of all time. Even better than their near-perfect debut, 1981’s Mask saw Bauhaus successfully expand their template while retaining everything that made them so beloved when they broke out. The album is presented on limited-edition yellow vinyl here. 

The Raincoats
The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Edition)

Luckily for record labels everywhere, a lot of good music was released in 1979 so we have plenty of 40th Anniversary re-issues to look forward to this year. The latest is the debut LP from the Raincoats, their spindly surprisingly tuneful art-rock influenced generations of future legends such as Kurt Cobain and Kim Gordon and is now available on marble vinyl, re-mastered from the original tapes with limited edition prints from founding members Gina Birch and Ana Da Silva.  
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Amyl and the Sniffers
Live At The Croxton

Recorded at the venue in the City of Darebin, the Melbourne-based punks Amyl and the Sniffers seal a fantastic couple of years with the release of a new 7”. Live At The Croxton includes riotous live versions of three fan favourites - ‘Control’, ‘Gacked On Anger’ and ‘Shake Ya’. 

The Vacant Lots
Damage Control

Damage Control by The Vacant Lots features two of the New York duo’s EPs - Exit and Berlin.Their music can be described as electro-meets-post punk. Anton Newcombe of Brian Jonestown Massacre produced the EPs as well as lending his musical talents to some tracks.  On Newcombe's label, 'a' Recordings. 

Nails
Unsilent Death

The debut album from Californian hardcore heavy hitters Nails took the extreme metal world by storm when Southern Lord released it back in 2010. A disgustingly intense blend of power-violence pace and blistering grindcore grooves - and further flecked with elements of death metal, crust-punk and metalcore - 'Unsilent Death' has become a classic amongst beardy metalheads and elbow-swangin' hardcore kids alike. This record and its follow-up 'Abandon All Life' got me into grindcore. An essential release.
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Hinds / Los Nastys
Holograma / Castigadas En El Granero

Here's a split 7" by two of Madrid's most lively punk and garage rock bands. In time worn style Hinds and Los Nastys have a go at playing each others songs and as a result have created a document of the much overlooked Madrid rock scene of which these two lots are major players. Brought to you on vinyl as red as the blood produced when a bull gores a picador. 

FACS
Void Moments

Post-rock-inspired outfit FACS formed in Chicago a little over three years ago, in the aftermath of the break-up of Disappears. Guitarist Brian Case and drummer Noah Leger have come a hell of a long way in that time, already on their third (and, again, different-sounding) full-length. Void Walker is arguably their most melodic and direct to date, while remaining faithful to the post-punk minimalism of previous efforts. 
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Molchat Doma
Monument

Written and recorded under lockdown in Minsk, underground icons-turned-viral sensations Molchat Doma announce their third studio album, titled Monument. It’s a dazzling expansion on all of the elements that have earned them their cult following - Egor Shkutko’s imposing vocals and weighty lyrics are classic post-punk, and Roman Komogortsev and Pavel Kozlov’s musical beds are more detailed than ever. 

Hello Cosmos
Dream Harder

A fluid and funky compound of electronic post-punk and disco, ‘Dream Harder’ is the debut studio album from Manchester-based outfit Hello Cosmos. Recalling the loose, clattering noise of The Fall and LCD Soundsystem, the songs here are both dancefloor and moshpit friendly. ‘Dream Harder’ features a fair few guest stars including Yard Act’s James Smith and Galaxians’ Emma Banks.

The Durutti Column
Rebellion

A first-ever pressing on vinyl for 'Rebellion', the 2001 studio album from Vini Reilly’s long-running The Durutti Column. Along with some classic Durutti dream-pop goodness, highlights of 'Rebellion' include a take on Irish folk standard ‘The Fields of Athenry’ with a guest vocal from Vick A. Wood and breakbeat/rap oddity in ‘Overlord Part 1’. 
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The Durutti Column
Keep Breathing

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Optic Sink
Optic Sink

Taking a brief break from fronting noise-punk outfit Nots, the band’s vocalist Natalie Hoffman presents her debut album as Optic Sink, in collaboration with percussionist Ben Bauermeister. Emerging during the creative process for Nots’ 2019 album 3, Optic Sink is a more human and warm take on her parent band’s music. 

Klämp
Hate You

Hate You is the second album by London-based post punk / krautrock trio Klämp. They are made up from Lee Vincent of Pulled Apart By Horses, Jason Stöll of Mugstar, among other bands and Greg Wynne of Manatees. It’s an album that blends noise rock, heavy bass and riffs-a-plenty. On God Unknown.

Suicide
Ghost Riders

In which terrifying proto electronic duo Suicide are captured live and in concert in 1981. It was originally released in 1986 on ROIR who have re-issued it for your nighttime terrors. They blast through such churns as Ghost Rider, Dream Baby Dream and tears, the live performance electrifying even more their all electronic sound. 
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Television
Adventure

You might think that Television only made one album such is the lordation given to 'Marquee Moon'. This is their second album which, its safe to say, didn't do quite as well at the time both critically and commercially. It has a softer more layered sound which has more of a 60's West Coast vibe and could easily be seen to influence the nascent REM. Verlaine's voice is still as wiry and ragged but this sweeter side of Television should not be overlooked.  Long awaited vinyl re-issue on Rhino. 
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Sleaford Mods
Key Markets

Just as the UK went back to the ballot box in 2015, our favourite agit-prop duo returned with 'proper' album number three. Named after a particularly gruesome sounding supermarket in Grantham in the '70s and '80s, the album contains further ruminations on the disorientation of modern existence and the pointlessness of politics. "It's a classic," they said. We won't argue.

Total Control
Laughing At The System

Laughing At The System is the first music from Melbourne’s Total Control since their second LP, Typical System in 2014. The band are essentially a post-punk band influenced by the likes of Joy Division, but throw a bit of ‘80s electro in the mix too. The band don’t necessarily always tour with the full line-up, and they like the fact that this makes them a bit enigmatic, however, they are happy to point out that the full five-piece contributed to this. 12” EP on Alter.
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Bob Vylan
We Live Here

London-based punk duo Bob Vylan deal in an aggressive, thrilling brand of punk and grime that’s seen them get Radio 1 and Xfm airplay and land collaborations with Slaves. Recorded earlier in the year but taking on extra resonance with the BLM protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd, their latest EP ‘We Live Here’ is pressed up to vinyl. 
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Warm Boys
Warm Boys

Southend-based duo Warm Boys release another self-titled cassette album of minimal synth-punk crossbred with Krautrock and free-form jazz. Following 2019's well-received debut, they once again decamped to their studio in an Essex industrial estate with producer John Hannon, ‘Warm Boys’ ought to bolster their reputation further still.

Dicks
Hate The Police

Dicks’ furious punk assault, Hate The Police, was originally released in 1980. They were fronted by the openly gay and openly communist Gary Floyd and were at the epicentre of the Texan punk scene in the early ‘80s. The song was later covered by Mudhoney. All proceeds from the sale of this reissue will go to Black Lives Matter and Homeless Youth Alliance San Francisco. 
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Lamps
People With Faces

The long-awaited return of Lamps, eight years on from their last album 'Under The Water, Under The Ground', is finally upon us. Produced by the legendary Ty Segall, the garage-rock trio are as abrasive as ever before on 'People With Faces' but there’s a newfound depth to their delivery, courtesy of Denée Segall’s vocal contributions. 
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Magick Mountain
Weird Feelings

Leeds band Magick Mountain are fronted by Lins Wilson and feature Tom Hudson of Pulled Apart By Horses and Nestor Matthews from both Sky Larkin and Menace Beach. Weird Feelings is their debut album and is full of fuzz- drenched psych-rock, proto-punk nuggets. Judging by lead single King Cobra, this will rock yer socks off!

Laurie Shaw
Felted Fruit

Amalgamating vintage sounds with a contemporary slant, not unlike Cate Le Bon, Laurie Shaw’s music emanates the gentle ebb and flow of soft vocals and warm fuzz. The 30 tracks on this double album are certain to make their impression on you, like crashing waves carve out the rocks of the shaw. One can’t help but feel this album’s richness and authenticity from the outset.
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Wire
Wire

This album is not about the Baltimore drug scene. It’s not about how to transfer money. It’s not about insulating your house. It’s our first submission for UnGoogleable Album of the Year 2015. Wire’s 13th album, their first self-titled, is the return of a punkband that has been going for almost 40 years. That’s above the average life expectancy of anybody in a punk band, and hence an impressive feat in its own right. Hopefully the album is equally impressive.
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The Fall
The Frenz Experiment (Expanded Edition)

The Frenz Experiment was the 10th album by The Fall and first came into this world in 1988. It’s now getting the expanded reissue treatment. The expansion includes a previously unreleased BBC session and their version of The Beatles’ classic A Day In The Life. The original album includes a cover of The Kinks’ Victoria, which The Fall released as a single at the time. Cracking stuff. On Beggars Arkive.

IDLES
Joy as an Act of Resistance

Imagine if Slaves were not the worst ever of things, and if there were more of them in the band, and if that band also wasn’t Shame. Thus have we IDLES. The Bristol band's second LP Joy As An Act Of Resistance can get a bit punk-by-numbers at times, but there are some properly good tunes in here. ‘Danny Nedelko’ will be a massive festival song for years to come, and I’m absolutely fine with that.

Stephen Mallinder
Pow Wow

A deluxe, expanded re-issue on vinyl for Pow Wow, the debut solo album from Cabaret Voltaire member Stephen Mallinder. Originally released in 1982, it’s an essential look at one of the people behind one of Britain’s most icon(oclast)ic bands - particularly as Mallinder wouldn’t release any more solo material until 2019! Vinyl edition includes 12”x24” folded poster/insert, featuring unused elements from sleeve designer Neville Brody’s artwork. 
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Colin Newman
A-Z

Colin Newman kept busy during Wire’s temporary early 80’s split, releasing three rather interesting solo records. Although in the case of A-Z, some members of Wire were involved in the recording… This feels as lean and sharp-edged as all your favourite Wire, but with some different details in the sound. Released on vinyl and CD, with the CD edition coming with a whole extra disc of demos and the like. On Sentient Sonics.
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Robert Rental
Different Voices For You, Different Colours For Me. Demos 1980

The late Robert Rental laid down this little album at his flat in Battersea throughout 1980. Bar two tunes being re-recorded for a Mute single late in the year, the bulk of the tracks that make up Different Voices For You, Different Voices For Me have been on a cassette, gathering dust. Now the good folk at Optimo have tidied up the recordings (not too much, mind - there's still tape hiss a-plenty here) for this release. It’s an intimate, esoteric, highly innovative album of home taping. Ariel Pink wishes he was this good.
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Thick Pigeon
Subway (Singles)

Thick Pigeon. Hard relate. This lot were an electro/art-rock duo from New York made up of dancer, singer and actress Miranda Stanton and Carter Burwell, a chap now known for his film score work on flicks by the Coen Brothers. ‘Subway (Singles)’ gathers together the singles Thick Pigeon released between 1981 and 1991. This LP features a number of guest performances, most notably from New Order’s Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert.
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Various
From Brussels With Love

To mark the 40th anniversary of this iconic compilation of avant-garde and new wave music, Les Disques du Crepuscule re-issues From Brussels With Love on double-vinyl, cassette and 2xCD box set. The original 21-track running order is replicated from the 1980 original, with tracks from A Certain Ratio, Gavin Bryars, Thomas Dolby et al, while the CD box set includes tracks that weren’t originally included for space reasons, as well as a 60 page book including rare images, posters and sleeve designs. 

Poison Idea
Pick Your King

Reissue of Poison Idea’s iconic punk tome Pick Your King here. This 1983 EP is hardcore as God intended - 13 songs, 13 minutes, not a second wasted. Given how influential this record is it seems kind of silly to list other bands that sound like Poison Idea, so let’s just say that if you like your Flags Black and your Fronts Agnostic then you should prob get to know Pick Your King as well (if, of course, you haven't already).
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Kill Your Boyfriend
Killadelica

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Astaron
Astaron

A short-lived music and art duo from Vienna, Angie Mörth and Martina Aichhorn squeezed a lot into their time as Astaron at the end of the Eighties. Their self-titled album from 1987, a real collector's item combining minimalist darkwave with post-punk, gets a much-deserved re-issue on La Vida Es Un Mus, having been restricted to a run of just 500 at the time.
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The Teardrop Explodes
Wilder

The glittering but short-lived career of The Teardrop Explodes came to an end with 1981’s Wilder, only the second album completed by Julian Cope and co. before they disintegrated. More complex and moodier than its predecessor, reliant on loops and synths rather than guitars, it now gets a heavyweight vinyl re-issue. 
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