Punk / Hardcore / Post-Punk

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The Fall
Sub-Lingual Tablet

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Flower Violence

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Kebab Disco

Nice to see the return of Emotional Response after a bit of a break. Their latest slab o' wax is by Neutrals who, although they reside in Bay Area San Francisco, have a Scottish singer in Allan McNaughton. He reminisces about his upbringing on a song suite which combines art-punk, '70s power-pop and '80s indie-pop influences. 

A.C.R. 1999

Recorded in A.C.R studios in 1999, 'A.C.R 1999' is an interesting document of Baltimore post-harcore band Lungfish in limbo before the release of their album 'Necrophones' in 2000. Six of the songs here went on to form the bulk of 'Necrophones', and the other four went unreleased. It's interesting to hear these songs in gestation. They have a charming, gritty quality that should appeal to both fans of the group and fans of post-hardcore that veers into post-rock at times. Out on Dischord. 

The Fall
The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall (Expanded Edition)

Beggar’s Banquet are launching the next phase of their Fall reissue campaign, hooray hooray! Here we have a deluxe double pack that combines the (relatively) ‘mainstream’ The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall with The Wonderful and Frightening Escape Route of The Fall. Bargainous reissue goodness.

Josef K
The Only Fun In Town

'The Only Fun In Town' is the first, last, and only album from Scottish post-punkers Josef K. It's an album that gets straight to the point, clocking in at under half an hour. It's angular and sharp, with screeching guitars and fizzy drums all underpinned by Paul Haig's yelpy, tremulous vocals. Reissued on lovely clear vinyl by Les Disques du Crepuscule. 

Thee Oh Sees
Mutilator Defeated At Last

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Reality Escape Resort EP

This sounds rather exciting. Yammerer have already been getting plaudits from the likes of Tom Robinson and Clash magazine and play an energetic full-throttle style of post-punk that recalls the Fall and Gang of Four. It may be discordant but it is also kinetic and if you have feet then they will be moving by the end of the first track here. I predict big things.   
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Set Loose

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Plague Vendor
By Night

Rock music alert! Plague Vendor are a completely unashamed rock band, and By Night is unashamedly rock music. Their music brings to mind words like 'explosive' and 'dynamic'. There's is a rock utterly slathered in feedback and overdrive resulting in chords that hardly give you room to breathe. On Epitaph.
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Sleaford Mods
Live at SO36

Live recording of Sleaford Mods’ third gig at SO36 in Berlin, from June 2015. Live, angry and righteous, the whole gig was caught on camera and documented. The album contains pretty much all of their biggest tracks, including Jobseeker, Tied Up In Nottz, Joly Fucker, and Tweet, Tweet, Tweet. If studio recordings aren’t gritty and sweaty enough for you...

Flat Worms
Into The Iris

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Psychic Graveyard
A Bluebird Vacation

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Hüsker Dü
The Living End

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The The
See Without Being Seen

Oh this could be incredibly exciting. These are the teenage recordings of Matt Johnson later of The The which were originally only released on cassette in 1979. the master tapes have been found, cleaned up and re-issued under the The The name. An essential document of what the wonder kid was doing years before Burning Blue Soul.  

Dead Moon
Nervous Sooner Changes

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The Fall
The Wonderful And Frightening Escape Route To The Fall

Beggar’s Banquet are launching the next phase of their Fall reissue campaign, hooray hooray! The Wonderful and Frightening Escape Route of The Fall gathered together two singles and an EP, and was first released in 1984. The last Fall album with a double drummer line-up by the way. This LP reissue is freshly remastered.
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Low Life
Catholic Guilt / Dream Machine (Total Control Remix)

Low Life are a band out of Sydney who you might be right in thinking were influenced somewhat by New Order. Catholic Guilt was a leftover from their debut album Dogging and sees the band in downbeat post-punk mode with chorus guitar sounds leftover from the '80s. Over on the flip fellow Aussies Total Control rework Dream Machine so that it sounds something like a Pet Shop Boys banger. 

Working Men's Club
Bad Blood / Suburban Heights

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Television Personalities
And Don't The Kids Just Love It (30th Anniversary Edition)

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Tropical Fuck Storm
A Laughing Death in Meatspace

Psychrockers Tropical Fuck Storm are finally dropping their debut album, a bewildering bomb of disorienting five-minute middle fingers raised at easy-listening. Expect no respite on A Laughing Death in Meatspace, but aggressively off-beat drums, angry vocals, and screeching guitars circling the listener with almost nauseating inconsistency. Aussies here turning everything upside-down again, especially your sense of balance.

Fictional Decision

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Manuela Iwansson
Strangers on a Train / Blank Surface

Manuela Iwansson first made music with Swedish indie / punk band Terrible Feelings. The band have now split and she has gone solo with a double A sided single. Strangers on a Train mixes ‘80s post punk and late ‘70s leather clad rock with a catchy chorus. On the flip, Blank Surface is a slice of anachronistic goth pop. Both tracks will dig their claws into you and not let go. On Night School.

The Names

It was always curious how Factory Manchester hooked up with a Belgian arm. This brought a lot of Belgian music to the attention of listeners that may have never been heard. One such group were the Names. They played a dark and taut form of post-punk that was perfect for the times. they were also produced by the legendary Martin Hannett. This clear vinyl re-press collects all their work onto one disc.   
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Salad Days: A Decade Of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90)

Washington D.C was the location of a stellar punk scene which saw angry young men forgo alcohol and drugs to make fiercely aggressive music and forge a DIY spirit that was a huge influence on subsequent generations. This documentary influences some of the main protagonists such as Fugazi's Ian Mackaye and has live footage from the likes of Fugazi, Government Issue, Gray Matter and Embrace (not that one). 

The Cool Greenhouse
Landlords / 4Chan

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Cold Meat
Hot and Flustered

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Siglo XX
Siglo XX

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John Paul

An associate of the iconic Sleaford Mods before embarking on his own career a few years back, John Paul releases his second solo record on Harbinger Sound. More abrasive than previous album No Filter and produced by UK scene veteran Ratman, Subjects provides a wry, scathing insight into Britain’s decaying society and infrastructure. 

The Durutti Column
Vini Reilly + WOMAD Live

Factory Benelux delivers a lavish re-issue of Vini Reilly, the 11th studio album from the ingenious, eponymous guitar player’s band The Durutti Column. Originally released in 1989 and coming soon after he had collaborated with Morrissey on Viva Hate, it sought to position Reilly as a pop proposition. Comes with bonus tracks, including all four tracks from his amazing ‘WOMAD Live’ performance. 


You know the band Terry, right? Well Primo feature two members of Terry doing music in generally the same ballpark but with a more minimal post-punk ethic at play. The Melbourne-based four piece have been compared to the New Zealand bands of the mid '80s (the Chills et al) as well as Young Marble Giants and Grass Widow. Therefore it's perfect that they've wound up Upset the Rhythm for this, their second album.  

The Fear Merchants

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Less Of Everything

Four years after their debut EP Object Relations comes the first full-length album from the immensely promising London-based DIY four-piece Es. Dealing in dark, mutated synth-punk, Less of Everything was recorded last summer after the band were briefly split between England and Scotland, and should be one of 2020’s most exciting debuts. 

Loose Fit
Loose Fit

Loose Fit are a band started by experimental music enthusiasts namely Kaylene Milner (Drums) and Anna Langdon (Vocals & Sax) who made lo-fi bedroom recordings together. They then fleshed out their sound with a guitarist and bass player and here we are. They take their influences from post-punk giants such as Public Image Ltd, Maximum Joy, A Certain Ratio, James Chance and Bush Tetras as well as Talking Heads and B52’s. Self-titled 5-track EP on Fat Cat.

Erik Nervous and the Beta Blockers
Erik Nervous and the Beta Blockers

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Human Snake

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Viagra Boys
Common Sense

Another sonic whirlwind of punk, raging disco tempos and krautrock hypnotism from Stockholm’s Viagra Boys. Following the success of their 2018 debut album Street Worms, this brilliant group are back to poke more fun at masculinity and have tremendous, gross-out fun into the bargain on Common Sense.

Molchat Doma

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After a seemingly interminable wait since their 2015 full-length debut, Swiss noise-rock outfit Massicot unleash their second album. Dealing in alternating passages of aggressive volume and hypnotic calmness, Kratt forges together Middle Eastern-inspired polyrhythms and European folk with post-punk. 

Molchat Doma
С Крыш Наших Домов

Translated as ‘Houses Are Silent’, Belarussian band Molchat Doma made a serious splash with their 2017 debut album S Krysh Nashikh Domov (its Anglicised title). Dealing in a dark, Depeche Mode-esque mixture of post-punk, new wave and synth-pop, it now finds a wider release on Sacred Bones. 

Milk Teeth
Milk Teeth

It’s been three years since Gloucestershire band Milk Teeth released any new material and four years since their debut, and only album, Vile Child, was released. Fans will be delighted to know that they’re back with an eponymous second offering. Expect more melodic punk  indie rock delivered through magnetic front woman, Becky Bloomfield.

Las Kellies
Suck This Tangerine

Argentinian group Las Kellies return with their fizzy post-punk and new wave designed to get the party absolutely started. Lauren Laverne loves them (Las Kellies not tangerines - though maybe she likes both  - who wouldn't?) and maybe you should too. There's just the two of them but they make a nice big danceable racket.  

AK•79 (40th Anniversary Reissue)

A special 40th anniversary re-issue for the seminal compilation AK-79, which documented the exciting punk subculture that was flourishing in Auckland, New Zealand back in 1979. Featuring tracks from the likes of The Scavengers, The Spelling Mistakes, The Terrorways and Proud Scum, this new edition features liner notes written by scene figurehead Bryan Staff. 

You Can Get There From Here

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The Pop Group
Y Live

Carefully constructed from recordings of dazzling live performances in diverse places such as New York City, Brussels and Manchester, Y Live should be seen as a natural evolution of The Pop Group’s seminal 1979 debut album Y. Future members of bands such as Cabaret Voltaire and PiL can be heard! 

John Dwyer
Vinegar Mirror

Just in case you didn’t know, John Dwyer is not only the creative and driving force behind everyone’s favourite San Francisco rock band Oh Sees and co-owner of the Castle Face label, he also likes to take photos. Vinegar Mirror is a coffee table book filled with his photos taken between 2009 and 2013. The book depicts what caught Dwyer’s eye from his home in San Francisco to pretty much everywhere else.

The Raincoats

Odyshape was the second LP from post-punk legends the Raincoats and it really is odd shaped music they made. It's the sound of music plunging headlong into previous unseen areas and at times can be a challenging listen but with moments of pure inspiration such as opener Shouting Out Loud. It was notable for featuring a host of drummers following on from a Spinal Tap-esque drummer crisis. When those drummers were of the calibre of the likes of Robert Wyatt and Charles Hayward then it seems to have been a blessing. Marble vinyl edition remastered from the original tapes.    

The Pathetx

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There Is No Year

Algiers hail from Atlanta, Georgia, apart from drummer, Matt Tong, who comes from Bloc Party. They mix disparate styles such as post-punk and gospel into one rocking sound. The band also take influences from non-musical sources such as southern Gothic literature and politics. There Is No Year is their third album.

Gravves / Deh​-​Yey
Split EP

Two blasts of noise from the west of the UK here. Gravves hail from the North Wales border and make a cacophony of noise that has seen them gain a large and rather fanatical following due to their endless tour schedule. Deh-Yey emerge from the mean streets of Chester and the two of them make a full on rock racket with their large guitar sound and pummelling drums. 
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Uneasy Laughter

The 2018 self-titled debut album by LA trio Moaning rocked with echoes of goth and grunge running through its veins. For their new outing, Uneasy Laughter, on Sub Pop, they’ve put down the guitars and picked up, or stood in front of, synths and laid down some beats. It’s an album about going through anxiety in the modern age. Undoubtedly a bunch of people will find a friend in this LP.

Entry / Exit

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Along Ago: 1981-1989

Dealing in dark and gothic post-punk that was ahead of its time back in the early Eighties, OXZ - an all-female trio in Japan’s underground scene at a time when few women were visible in the entertainment industry - enjoyed a sporadic yet influential career. Along Ago: 1981-1989 collects their entire discography of three EPs and one single on a 12-track vinyl, with seven extra unreleased demos available as downloads. 

Without The Eyes

Brighton lot CLT DRP (I dare not even guess how that is supposed to be pronounced  - this is a family website after all) explore facets of feminism on this, their debut album on Small Pond. The band hail from all over the planet and have come together to make brutal, thought provoking punk that helps comfort those finding their way in this crazy, messed up world. 

Zensur & Zensur

Dusseldorf-based MALE were one of Germany’s first-ever punk bands, bringing the style and sound of the movement’s first wave to prominence in the city’s underground scene in the late Seventies and going as far as supporting The Clash on a leg of their London Calling tour. Their debut album Zensur & Zensur, released in early 1979, gets an overdue re-issue as a 2xLP package. 
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In Threes

The debut album from newly-formed Manchester three-piece Handle, consisting of former D.U.D.S. members Giulio Erasmus and Nirvana Heire plus the multi-disciplinary artist Leo Hermitt. Placing intelligent political and social commentary at the heart of their urgent, disorientating dance-punk sound, In Threes is a future classic. 

Hot Cars & Spent Contraceptives

Marking the 30th anniversary of the spectacular Turbonegro, Indie Recordings re-issues the Norwegian deathpunk veterans’ debut studio album Hot Cars & Spent Contraceptives. Originally released on the tiny Big Ball label in 1992, it gave an insight into the group’s completely unique sound, the energy of punk and hardcore meeting the theatrics of metal. 

Never Is Forever

Marking the 30th anniversary of the spectacular Turbonegro, Indie Recordings re-issues the third studio album Never Is Forever from the Norwegian deathpunk veterans. Originally released on the tiny Dog Job label, this album was a self-proclaimed “tribute to Blue Öyster Cult”, and saw them move away from the lo-fi nature of their first two records. 

Use No Hooks
The Job

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Negative Approach
Tied Down

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Wanna Dance

Wanna Dance is the new album by Italy’s premier noise punks Hallelujah! And dance, you’ll wanna, well, maybe. The band don’t seem to bothered about that, though. What’s in a title anyway? Here, the band swap guitars for synths to play abrasive sci-fi rhythms and sees them casting their creative net into the world of proto-synth punk experiments. 

Shiny New Model

Brooklyn quintet Bodega (and not the Nottingham venue of the same name) have announced a mini-album titled 'Shiny New Model'. It features eight songs of big grooves and wistful melodies. FFO Parquet Courts, Shame, and Idles. What is a mini-album anyway? Where is the line? Is it just an EP? Answers on a postcard.

Extradition Order
American Prometheus

Extradition Order have members who hail from the bustling metropolis of Warrington as well as members from that there London place. They mix post-punk and Motown, and in the case of new album American Prometheus, make music you can dance to about J. Robert Oppenheimer, the inventor of the Atomic Bomb. For fans of The Pop Group, Dexys Midnight Runners and Black Country New Road.
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The 1991 Demo Album

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South Of Heaven

South of Heaven is the second full-length album from Fotocrime, the darkwave project by Ryan Patterson, formerly of hardcore punk act Coliseum. Produced by Jawbox’s J. Robbins and engineered by none other than Steve Albini, it’s a brooding and more immersive follow-up to the 2018 debut Principle of Pain. 

Thee Oh Sees
An Odd Entrances

Thee Oh Sees take a slight break from their constant forward motion by adding something to a previous release: An Odd Entrances is to be considered as a sister album to A Weird Exits. Dwyer and co here explore the flipside to their usual frantic garage thrashings, with a set of calmer tracks full of cellos and flutes. Gorgeous as ever of course. On Castle Face, naturally.

The Fall
Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)

The Fall have always been fond of a live album and this goes all the way back to 1980 when they issued 'Totale's Turns' but as always with the Fall there's studio recordings mixed in there as well just to confuse matters.  Here you get a 140 gram re-issue of the original album. A nice way to celebrate Mark E Smith's 60th.  

Raspberry Bulbs
Before The Age Of Mirrors

Raspberry Bulbs are a New York-based punk band from who feature members of New Jersey hardcore punks Rorschach and Californian black metal band Bone Awl. Elements of these sounds make it into their otherwise lo-fi, gritty punk sound. Before The Age of Mirrors is their new album, CD and LP on Relapse.

The Durutti Column
Without Mercy

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Pussy Galore
Pussy Gold 5000

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Deutsche Ashram
Whisper Om

Four long years on from their joyous debut album Deeper and Deeper comes the second studio record from Dutch duo Deutsche Ashram. Guitarist Ajay Saggar and vocalist Merinde Verbeek’s scuffed, loud yet boundlessly melodic sound has now been blown up into something much more panoramic on Whisper Om. 

The Durutti Column
Live at The Venue

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Chubby and The Gang
Speed Kills

Chubby and The Gang play pedal-to-the-metal speed punk and hail from London town. They add their own special twist to a sound influenced by Motorhead, Cockney Rejects and The Kids. Their debut LP, Speed Kills, in an adrenaline-fuelled thrill ride that might make you feel nostalgic for the days of the late ‘70s seeing a band in a London boozer and going nuts.  


Stray is the fourth album by New York-based post punk band Bambara. The theme of the album is death, set to a pummeling, brooding and atmospheric soundscape. They have toured with IDLES and 6 Music DJ Steve Lamacq is advocate. All you really need to know though is that their drummer is called Blaze.
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Iggy Pop
New values

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Maximum Joy
Station M.X.J.Y.

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20 Years

SURE have slowly honed a sound that blends post-punk with disco and a more mainstream sensibility. They spent time in what they call the 'cave' blending electronics, guitars, keyboards and kinetic beats in to a form of music that is grim but catchy, terrified for the future but making the best of the present. There's one thing for SURE  - they won't let you down.  
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All Or Nothing

Rachel Aggs has had a good 2019, releasing brilliant albums with Trash Kit and Sacred Paws. She now returns to Shopping for their fourth album, All or Nothing. As the band are now split between LA and Glasgow it meant they had to find time when they could get together. The album came out of an intensive two week writing and recording sesh. Expect their usual bold, post-punk sound, but this time with added pop sensibilities.


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Total Control
Typical System

To some, Total Control is what Eddy Current Suppression Ring fellow Mikey Young got up to while that band took much of the 2010s off. To others, Total Control are Young’s primary group (though this is not a solo endeavour - UV Race's Dan Stewart also helms the project, and the pair are backed by Al Montfort, Zephyr Pavey and James Vinciguerra). Wherever you stand, we can all agree that Total Control’s second LP ‘Typical System’ is a bracing set of Motorik post-punk that combines the foreboding of Preoccupations with Devo’s synth-based frenzy.

Fontaines D.C.

I've never heard of them. Seriously, I've never heard of them. They made four hotly received double A-side singles last year which I never knew about and got airplay on Steve Lamacq (which I never heard) and have played sold out shows across Europe which I never attended. Turns out they play snotty indie/post-punk with vocals that seem to sit somewhere between Mark E. Smith and Cathal Coughlan. But what do I know?  

The Homesick
The Big Exercise

Having established a fearsome reputation as a live band that’s gotten them signed to iconic indie label Sub Pop, Dutch outfit The Homesick have taken a bit of a left turn on second album The Big Exercise, infusing their intense post-punk with a much wider range of instruments, from piano to clarinet. 

Calling It

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Half Alive

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The Monochrome Set
Little Noises 1990-1995

The Monochrome Set have always been prolific - spewing out albums at a rate of knots that put other bands to shame. They are best known for their early '80s records but after a split in 1986 the band reformed in 1990 and released five new albums over the next five years. This lesser known era of the band is perfectly captured on this 5CD set which presents each album plus a grab bag of bonus tracks. 
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Imperial Wax
Bromidic Thrills / Bloom & Wither

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Rainbows From Atoms

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Mind Hive

Mind Hive is the new album by post-punk legends Wire. It follows on from their critically acclaimed 2017 album, Silver / Lead. That album left fans and critics believing the band had found the form of their late ‘70s heyday. Mind Hive may well have improved on that - and there’s the enticing prospect of one song, Be Like Them, featuring lyrics written in 1977 which were recently rediscovered. 

Get Out My House

Get Out Of My House is the third album Liverpool pop-punk band Sheepy. There is no doubting their ability for writing short punchy, hook-laden songs that will have the mosh pit bouncing. They also have a plan to get an entry in the Guinness Book Of Records for the speed at which they write songs. Fans of The Offspring and Green Day - this is for you. 
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Electronic Sound
Electronic Sound Issue 61 & Vinyl Bundle

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A People's History of Gauche

Washington D.C. band Gauche make the move to prestigious indie imprint Merge for their latest album. A People’s History of Gauche also saw the band work with outsiders for the first time on production, with Parquet Courts’ Austin Brown involved with this collection socially and politically on-point material. 
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The Durutti Column
M24J (Anthology)

The Durutti Column were Tony Wilson’s first signing to Factory Records, and remained an understated constant throughout the label’s existence and beyond. Vini Reilly’s minimal, mostly instrumental arrangements, fluid guitar playing and gentle introversion were an atypical product of post punk, but in retrospect seem to prefigure much in indie and post rock. Over the years Reilly moved from the the drumbox austerity of notoriously sandpaper-sleeved debut The Return of… to incorporate everything from classical elements to soul samples alongside his instantly recognisable playing. If you only know Reilly from his work on Morrissey’s Viva Hate, or the few occasions his work made an impact beyond cult status, this double retrospective is a fine overview.

Organized Pleasure / Satin Wall
Tropical Stumble / Dans les profondeurs

The grey, depressing landscape of the early ‘80s. We know what it was like in the UK and the US, and it seems there was little difference in Belgium. What else was there to do for the youth other than start a band? Both Organized Pleasure and Satin Wall were formed by disaffected youths. In 1981, following a few gigs, they got their chance to record. Tropical Stumble and Dans les profondeurs were recorded in 1981 and are a document of two bands keeping punk alive that bit longer.

Sleaford Mods / Sudden Infant
You're Brave / Fat Nipple Uptight

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The Durutti Column

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Sleaford Mods
Austerity Dogs

Austerity Dogs is the 6th album by Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods, but it’s the one that got them noticed. Since its release in 2013, the band have gone from strength to strength, being a necessary mouthpiece and cathartic outlet for many in the these austere times. They mix a punk snarl with pepped-up hip-hop beats and socially aware lyrics to make an original, energetic, angry and often witty statement that has become essential.

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