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Thee Oh Sees
Warm Slime

Damn! Thee Oh Sees like to keep busy. It seems like no time at all since i was placing 'Help' on my deck for it's first listen and they've released a whole bunch of stuff between then and new offering 'Warm Slime'. Well it's business as usual for Dwyer's crew...and that's good business. Recorded live by Chris Woodhouse (Mayyors guitarist and pro...view item »


Thee Oh Sees
Putrifiers II

This is more than an EP, it's knocking on 40 minutes long and sports a walloping ten tracks to its name! What it is without a shadow of doubt, is the sound of Dwyer and co. flexing their creative muscles and diversifying in pace and style again after the frenzied psych-garage onslaught of 'Carrion C...view item »


Thee Oh Sees
Castlemania

Hurrah! A new Oh Sees record from those ever reliable folks at In The Red. It's hard to come up with anything new to say about this band. You're probably already familiar with them, they've been at the forefront of this latest garage rock boom for some time, but if not this is as good a time as any to get acquainted. This is an album full o...view item »


Mudhoney
Vanishing Point

Mudhoney seem to have settled into a bit of a holding pattern over the past 15 years or so, with regular touring and an album every four or five years to remind us that they still mean business. Here’s the latest of those, ‘Vanishing Point’, the first since ‘08’s ‘The Luck...view item »


Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Meat And Bone

Jeeeesus, I thought these were permanently gonna be on the W-A-T-N? dumper, the geezer singing on the opening tune doesn't even sound much like the man my friend Charlotte once proclaimed "the sexiest man on the planet" after watching him simulate sex with a theremin for 10 minutes at a f...view item »


David Bowie
The Next Day

Aiming for comeback of the year before he was usurped by My Bloody Valentine, David Bowie delivers his first album in what...like...a million years and you have to hand it to him, the silence has paid dividends. Had he been releasing albums and touring over...view item »


Wolf People
Tidings

Apparently this lot are the first British band to be signed to Jagjaguwar. "BIG WOW" I hear you say but still, I thought it was worth mentioning. I kinda knew what to expect from these guys based on past releases and that Laughing Windows thing which featured one of the members but for the uninitiated I shall describe them. Erm.. It's actually q...view item »


Holly Golightly & Dan Melchior
Desperate Little Town



Ty Segall
Singles 2007-2010

Ty Segall does it again! This is the first of many singles collections by Ty Segall. He still continues to be one of the most prolific and best artists in modern rock. This album features 27 tracks of Ty Segall's best work. Highlights for me include "Standing at the station","It" and "Cents". The album also features some demo's which add some gr...view item »


Thee Exciters
Perpetual Happening



Muse
The 2nd Law

Coming off the overwhelming success of 2009’s The Resistance, Muse once again deliver apocalyptic, arena rock music with Matt Bellamy’s roaring vocals at the helm. Our first introduction to the 2nd Law came with the band’s Olympic song “Survival”, with its numerous guitar solos, operatic style and dodgy lyrics. The ...view item »


Ty Segall
Goodbye Bread

Ty Segall's newie is a farewell to '80s comedy classic "Bread" in which a family of lovable Liverpudlians try to make their way through the veritable minefield that was Thatcher's Britain. Who knew that this show would have such an impact on both sides of the Atlantic. It must have l...view item »


Mystical Weapons
Mystical Weapons



Mikal Cronin
MCII

Mikal Cronin’s self-titled solo debut was one of those albums that took a while to creep up on me. What was initially just another innocuous indie-pop record has turned into a much-loved favourite with its mix of ‘90s power pop and ‘60s psychedelia. Cronin has an ability to write carefree, i...view item »


Miles Kane
Don't Forget Who You Are (the album)

"Colour of the Trap" was good, and I thought this one would be similar to it--but it's a thousand times better! The songs have more substance to them, and they have a lot more "thickness"--bass, guitar, drums, etc.--and overall I think it's written much better than the first. Some songs have a notable 60s sound to them, with an added heavier roc...view item »


Parlour Flames
Parlour Flames

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Iggy & The Stooges
Ready To Die

The first album back from the reanimated Stooges a few years ago, ‘The Weirdness’, didn’t really push my buttons at the time, since lots had happened in the years which have passed since ‘Raw Power’ (Incidentally, the press release makes a big deal about trumpeting that it’s the...view item »


Rich Ristagno
What Would It Be Like To Be Rich

This guy is totally rockin’ a strong moustache and mullet combo in the photo on the inner sleeve. This record was an autobiographical concept album recorded in 1981 in from a Detroit ex-garage-rocker-cum-accidental-no-wave-tourist. The record just oozes an extremely endearing non-pretentious, humble almost naive vibe. Not a single ...view item »
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Tartufi
These Factory Days

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The Shouting Matches
Grownass Man

In my experience, the average Bon Iver fan doesn’t seem to like Justin Vernon’s rock/blues outfit The Shouting Matches, but this is a decent album. Still imbued with the passion and feeling than inhabits Bon Iver, “Grownass Man” perhaps has more in ...view item »


The Peoples Temple
Live At Third Man

I like People’s Temple. On their two albums so far they’ve managed to knock out a disarmingly vital mixture of ‘60s garage rock and r’n’b for a sound that’s like Ty Segall knocking out some pepped up ...view item »


Jeffrey Novak
Baron In The Trees

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The Virgins
Strike Gently

There was some debate in our office as to what this record was going to sound like, with a mysterious female hand holding a burning matchbook on the front cover, and the band name not really suggesting any genre in particular. We discussed how it might be gnarly garage, or maybe some kind of gothy coldwave, maybe some kind of hair metal or sleek...view item »
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Heaven's Jail Band
ANGELMAKER

Brooklyn’s Heaven’s Jail Band are back after a 2011 debut I didn’t hear, playing some bluesy indiemericana with some high-pedigree buddies from bands like Phosphorescent and Dept of Eagles dropping by to help out. It’s quite dark...view item »
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King Salami And The Cumberland Three
Cookin' Up a Party

After a slow and cerebral start to the week things have really livened up today with that superb Castleface Velvet Underground thing and now this latest offering from King Salami & the Cumberland ...view item »


Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Specter at the Feast

BRMC is in the right place and right time for me! You also have to be in the right place and right time for this album. I completely enjoyed this album from start to finish. Yes, it is more laid back than their last few albums before it but it is also in line to their earlier work, classic BRMC. Nonetheless, this album is full of great music, fe...view item »


Greg Boring
Heavy Syrup

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Biffy Clyro
Opposites

Biffy Clyro is one of those bands which continue to stretch themselves without losing touch with the sound and edge which has made them special. Opposites tends to be a bit more straight-forward than their previous albums which jumped around quite a bit. For many bands that might be a bad thing, and could come off as "one-note", but it never com...view item »


Apache Dropout
Magnetic Heads

This is a lot of fun! What we have here isn’t exactly a “new” Apache Dropout album, but a rummage through their early self-released tapes, made between 2008 and 2009. Great stuff it is too! Murky lo-fi noise scuzz and tape murk do little to diminish the foot-stompin’ country-gara...view item »
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Stack Waddy
The Lost Dandelion Jams

The perfect warm-up band for Black Sabbath's tour of their first album. As stated elsewhere, they always played loud, hard and drunk, but pricks in the studio. Told to turn down the amps because they were red-lining the recording device, their reply...Bugger Off...became the title of their second album. It's that attitude which kills this release...view item »


Los Chicos
In the Age Of Stupidity

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Rage Against The Machine
Rage Against The Machine - XX

It would be hard for me to believe that over 20 years have passed since the RATM's first album came out, but it's true, and this masterpiece came out again as such a great edition. Amazing collectable this package is nothing but bells and whistles to a great album. This entire album is the Bombtrack. If you're new to the Rage Against The Machine...view item »


The Velvet Underground
La Cave 1968

John Cale had just left the Velvets in a state of confusion and despair, being that he was responsible for much of the band's most challenging and impressive work curving around people's idea of punk. La Cave 1968 sees newcomer Doug Yule in the early stages of his tenure with the band -- at the time ...view item »


Various
Man Chest Hair



The Beatles
Past Masters

If you wanted to introduce anyone to The Beatles this would be the best place to start. Past Masters obliterates the need for any Beatles compilation albums. Chronicling the bands entire singles and B-sides releases from “Love Me Do” to “Let it Be”, Past Master’s has an extensive track ...view item »


Plasma
Ectoplasma

First up, it's good see Finders Keepers back on their feet and releasing vinyl again. This strictly limited 7" is a companion release to their eagerly awaited compilation of ‘70s Mancunian hard rock, heavy funk and hairy prog rarities entit...view item »


Hipbone Slim
Hipbone Slim Verses Sir Bald Didley

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Cross
Die Forever

Cross is the brainchild of Warmer Milks’ Ma Turner and visual artist R Clint Colburn, and this album here that they’ve done is full of quite ‘80s-sounding post...view item »
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John Cale
Shifty Adentures In Nookie Wood

Despite my love of John Cale’s stellar album ‘Paris 1919’, I have never knowingly delved into his varied solo back catalogue for fear of ruining it all for myself. I’ve enjoyed his ...view item »


Ken Stringfellow
Danzig In The Moonlight



Cowbell
Tallulah/Cry Baby



Cowbell
Beat Stampede



The Killers
Battle Born

The Killers have always been at the top of their game, since 2004’s Hot Fuss the band has been mega-stars, channelling the arena-like grandeur of Bruce Springsteen and U2. However, since the chart topping 'Hot Fuss' each album release since has dropped in quality a little. We...view item »
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The Black Keys
Chulahoma

This is an exceptional album and a fantastic tribute to Junior Kimbrough, an obvious influence on The Black Keys' music. Dan and Patrick play these songs with such a great feeling for the blues, and for Junior's style, it is no surprise that his widow wanted to congratulate them on their efforts. There can be no finer endorsement than that! The ...view item »


Eagle Twin
The Feather Tipped The Serpent's Scale

Salt Lake City doom duo Eagle Twin's first album, The Unkindness of Crows, was apparently inspired by Ted Hughes’ poem Crow. At the end of the album crows fly into the sun, burn, and fall back to the Earth as snakes. That's some pretty metal imagery right there! Fittingly, the Feather Tipped The Serpent's Scale picks up the story there, and ex...view item »


Pela
All In Time EP



Cable35
Louder



Weekends
Strange Cultures

Now, we’re a bit late on these babies here, having just picked them up direct from the band on their first trip to the UK. I’m mad psyched to get my hands on it though, since I’ve been rocking these tracks for a while via the medium of Soundcloud and dying to get hold ...view item »


The Christmas Bride
Planet Earth's Motto: Someone Just Shit Out A Perfect Sphere

Trash-pop doyens Sophomore Lounge’s last outing, the debut 7” from Tropical Trash, totally popped my skull so it’...view item »
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Edgar 'Jones' Jones
Soothing Music For Stray Cats



Danny & The Darleans
Don't Ask The Question / You're Driving Me Insane

Here’s a new single of crunchy garage rock fun from Danny and the Darleans, a trio from Detroit led by Danny Kroha (Gories, Demolition Doll Rods) playing some classic ‘60s-style hooky, yelpy two-chord garage rock’n’roll ...view item »


Wobbly Lamps
Neon Tepee

I’ve had to review a load of “difficult” experimental records all day and my brain is totally mashed so I’m delighted to pick up a couple of gems so late in the day when morale throughout the office was really on the wane. I’ve not heard these Wobbly Lamps bef...view item »
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Biffy Clyro
Vertigo Of Bliss

The mechanics of the songs vary on Vertigo Of Bliss, however, the intensity and drive remains consistent - each song with its own bag of tricks and multitude of hooks that will have you rewinding frequently. The music remains complex yet accessible and although catchy many parts will seem unique. This album is a little more prog-rock and "mature...view item »


Black Belles
Wishing Well

The Black Belles hit us with a second single from their self-titled debut on that Jack White lad’s Third Man records. Not got much to say really. It’s produced by Jack White and sounds kind...view item »


Various
Fuzztones Illegitimate Spawn Vol. II

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The Icarus Line
Live In London

The Icarus Line are a severely underrated band with 5 excellent albums under their belt and this live album is no exception. Live cuts from their 4th album Wildlife mixed with some then unrecorded tracks (now available on the 2014 mini album Avowed Slavery) make for a good time. For fans of guitars and good music....view item »


The Hive Dwellers
Hewn From The Wilderness



Brass Tax
Brass Tax

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Jack of Heart
In Yer Mouth

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Cyclops
Eye Can't Take It

Aw yeah, always good to get a bit of garage punk in your reviews pile to blow away the cobwebs. This week it's the turn of boy-girl duo Cyclops. These funsters knock out a hyperactive drums/guitar/dual vocal attack of snotty fast-paced punk which reminds me a little of ...view item »
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feedtime
Today is Friday

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The Despondents
The Despondents

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The Hentchmen
The Hentchmen



Human Eye
Live At Third Man



Hooded Fang
Tosta Mista

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Simone Felice
Simone Felice



Various Artists
Where Is Parker Griggs

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Chris Devotion And The Expectations
Amalgamation & Capital

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Wounded Lion
IVXLCDM

As The Cure almost sang 'Thursday I'm in Love', I've made the correct Danish Pastry decision, it appears to be August outside and I've been dragged from my warm bed half way across Yorkshire to tell you about various phonograph records. This 'Wounded Lion' thing is an odd one - it start...view item »
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The Dots And Stops
If I Look Uncomfortable, it's Only Coz I Need to DO IT!

You can barely move without bumping into a new garage rock band nowadays, and these new pretenders to the garage throne peddle messy melodic garage pop with nice thin guitar tones and great bits of loose-tight-loose tension that's very effective. The singer sounds like a cross between Edd...view item »


Thee Oh Sees
The Master’s Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In

Thee Oh Sees never caught a ride on the psych garage wave; they've lived on it, made their bed on it, champions of the genre and masters of its energy levels. The Master’s Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In, originally released in 2008, showed them in peak form, covering their quick-fire melodies in a trench-coa...view item »


Young Guns
Bones

The second record from Buckinghamshire based band Young Guns. All Our Kings Are Dead was obviously going to be a tough cookie to follow due to the commercial success it achieved. However, Bones...view item »
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The White Stripes
Lord Send Me An Angel / You're Pretty Good Looking For a Girl (Trendy American Remix)



The Howling Hex
Wilson Semiconductors

Neil Hagerty's previous projects are of such consistently high quality that it almost serves to his detriment having to live up to such raging masterpieces as those he produced with Royal Trux and Pussy Galore and later Ian Svenonius's underrated Weird War. No matter, though, he just ke...view item »


Johnny Throttle
Johnny Throttle

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Apache Dropout
Apache Dropout



Thee Gravemen
Thee Gravemen

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The Cubical
It Ain't Human

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Primal Scream & MC5
Black To Comm/Live at The Royal

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Muck And The Mires
A Cellarful of Muck

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Kasabian
Velociraptor

It would appear you can buy 'Velociraptor!' again, as proof that Kasabian always and without fail had terrible ideas for album titles. Some things never change. Back in 2011, the alt rock crew were still coming to grips with their love of electronic music, striving to be that slightly weirder and more eclectic sibling of all the d...view item »
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Paley & Francis
Paley & Francis

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The Pine Hill Haints
Welcome to the Midnight Opry

I really do quite like American roots music and the Haints have that feel with an ongoing Halloween theme - they are quite unique in style, and very haunting, yet fun. I’d be very much down to see them live from stories I’ve heard/read, but they don't seem to list concert dates and they seem to play for free (they do accept donations). These fo...view item »
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River Of Snakes
Bad Blood EP

Apparently we're practically the only people stocking this in the UK or something...but if you find it elsewhere don't come complaining to me. These guys play garage rock 'n' roll with a bit of a metal edge. One of them was in Magic Dirt. This is real simplistic, neanderthal rock with what see...view item »


Fungi Girls
Some Easy Magic



Dead Elephant
Thanatology

Dead Elephant's new album Thanatology has nothing to do with the Thanet comp that came out on Mordant Music a few weeks ago. It is in fact a dirgey post rock record and the third album from Italian trio Dead Elephant. The main elements we're looking at her...view item »


The Edgar Jones Free Peace Thing
Stormy Weather

What an odd career path Edgar 'Jones' Jones has had from The Stairs' marvellous '60s beat group racket to his excellent 'Soothing Music for Stray Cats' album to being hyped by Noel Gallagher and working with the Scouse mafia of McCulloch, Power and Mavers...view item »


Sabatta
Sabatta



The White Stripes
Lafayette Blues



Primal Scream & MC5
Black To Comm

Two "great" bands...together at last...collaborating on a piece of work that the New York Times called "...incendiary..." and I call "....pointless...". I never really gave Primal Scream the time, because I always thought they were shite. With the exception of one or two songs from "Vanishing Point" and that other one "...view item »


Brain Idea
The Survival Scrolls

It's too fucking early and I'm too fucking tired to do justice to what I'm hearing now! Anger!!! Brain Idea are a relatively fresh new face on the scene with only a single tape release and this debut for real on Permanent to their name but they certainly know how to craft a banging tune. The Clean are an obvious reference point on 'The Surviving...view item »
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Dex Romweber Duo
Is That You In The Blue

Is That You In the Blue feels like a an afternoon of AM pop radio from the pre-Beatles 1960s, when you'd hear Elvis, the Surfaris, Andy Williams, Lonnie Mack and Ray Stevens all in the course of an hour. As a contemporary piece of music, it's the perfect antidote to today's artlessly auto-tuned assembly line pop. The music in these grooves is re...view item »
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Fair Ohs
Everything is Dancing

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Trabant
The One



Rachelle Garniez
My House of Peace

OK more from this Jack White blue series on Third Man Recordings. As with everything on the label the single is produced and mixed by White and is ludicrously limited. Rachelle Garniez has this lush looking 1 sides etched 7" with a 70's esque ballad which goes all rocky and reminds me of one of the 'fun songs' from Sesame Street. It's fun and ...view item »
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The Happy Thoughts
The Happy Thoughts



Bird Of Youth
Defender

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Certain General
Invisible New York



Jerusalem And The Starbaskets
Dost

Where do they get those names? Jerusalem and the Starbaskets. Right then. Its very messy strung out lo-fidelity pop - the term I believe is shit-gaze, or its sister sub-sub-genre shoe-shit. Psychedelic Horseshit an' all that. There's a lot of 'shit' about these days isn't there? I'm reminded also of playful loa...view item »
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K-Holes
K-Holes

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