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Howlin Rain
The Alligator Bride

*Awoooooooooooo! Splish splash splish splash*“Great Scott! Ya hear that, boy?” *Awoooooooooooo! Splish splash splish splash* “Yes pa. What could that ruckus be?” *Awoooooooooooo! Splish splash splish splash* “It’s what I always feared, son. That be the sound of How...view item »

Black Sabbath
Paranoid

Paranoid was the second album by influential british hard rock band Black Sabbath. It was originally released in 1970. It is notable for containing some of the band’s most famous tracks such as War Pigs, Iron Man and the title track which also reached the top spot in the singles charts back when ...view item »

The Science Of Words
In A Space

A single of two halves from Stoke-on-Trent debutants The Science Of Words here. ‘In A Space’ is a jaunty psych-punk thrash that has shades of early White Stripes to it. The accompanying ‘Universe Mix’, however, is wildly different - it's an eight-minute cosmic drone, peppered with BB...view item »

Fleet Foxes
The Electric Lady Session

Troubled, episodic folk rockers Fleet Foxes issued their complex 'Crack Up' album last June but only days before the band entered New York's historic, Electric Lady Studios to record a few tracks for a WFUV session. Here it is in its unedited glory to present something at least semi-interesting for Black Friday. ...view item »

Various
Wild Things - Social End Products Of The World Unite!

The often overlooked, rarely discussed music of the 1960s is finally getting its dues thanks to the Vinyl Revolution™, with LPs by little-known artists such as Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles all getting reissued in recent years. Wild Things - Social End Products Of The World Unite! originally scored...view item »

The Stooges
Funhouse

Rarely, if ever, has the spirit and sound of rock’n’roll been distilled to such perfection. Iggy, the Asheton brothers and bassist Dave Alexander present a model of semi-improvised heavy psychedelic rock here. Loose and T.V. Eye are irresistible, but things get further out when ...view item »

David Bowie
Hunky Dory

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Hunky Dory is Bowie’s 1971 triumph, containing several of his most immortal songs, including ‘Changes’ and ‘Life on...view item »

Scientists
Weird Love

Love a bit of scuzz down the ol’ Numero Group don’t they? Their latest bit of freaky-deaky rawk goodness is a reissue of an album by late Aussie group Scientists. The band have been largely inactive since the 1980s, and 1986's Weird Love was taped in their endgame. An LP comprised of re...view item »

Jon Spencer
Spencer Sings The Hits

Jon... what did you do Jon? What did you do? What did you do to them? Where are they Jon? Jon! Where are the Blues Explosion?!  Despite my suspicions, it is my job to inform you Jon Spencer is back, and this time, he's singing the hits. On it the New York's garage rock legend offers his heart in excha...view item »

The Butterfield Blues Band
East-West

Paul Butterfield put the blues into blues harp. In the ‘60s, if you wanted harmonica-led blues music, then you listened to The Butterfield Blues Band. The US combo first made their mark in 1963, but it was their 1966 LP East-West that really caught people’s ears. The band featured guitarist M...view item »

Archie and The Bunkers
Archie and The Bunkers

Archie & The Bunkers are a pair of teenage brothers from Cleveland, Ohio. Emmett and Cullen are just 14 and 16 respectively. Their music takes its influences from the organ based jazz of the legendary Jimmy Smith and mixes it with the rock and punk of bands such as The Dead Boys, The...view item »

David Bowie
Diamond Dogs

A year or so on from his untimely (or timely depending on your take on things) death here we have a bunch of re-issues from the earlier part of the great man's career. Diamond Dogs was his eighth studio album which was inspired by Orwell's 1984. Here Bowie produced a glammy vision of a post apocalyptic world. As always Bowie moved on sw...view item »

Small Faces
Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake (50th Anniversary Edition)

They’re back. After fifty long years, they’re back. Those tiny men with the Small Faces. Their 1968 LP ‘Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake doesn’t need an introduction. The Record With The Title That Is Bad sold truckloads on release and topped the charts for over a month. It contains the extremely pop...view item »

David Bowie
Loving The Alien (1983 - 1988)

The '80s was a notoriously hard period for David Bowie. His critical and commercial status waned as fans grew tired of his endless shape-shifting. It seems that not many people were, in fact, Loving The Alien. However, that’s not stopped Parlophone releasing these deluxe box-sets of his mid-80's o...view item »

The Wrong Society
Tell Me You'll Be Mine / I Really Don't Care

The Wrong Society are a bunch of psych/garage punks from Germany who put all their efforts into sounding as authentic as possible. They take their influences from myriad lesser known American bands of the mid-sixties whose music was unearthed in the ‘90s on those Teenage Shutdown compilations. 7” single limited to 30...view item »

Earth Girl Helen Brown
Four Satellites Vol. 1

Four Satellites comprises of selected tracks from Earth Girl Helen Brown’s four EPs released through Empty Cellar Records through 2017 and 2018, each one named and themed by the planets Mars, Saturn, Venus...view item »

Trouble
Snake Eyes

Instrumental trio Trouble made Snake Eyes especially for the return of Twin Peaks, as performed in the Roadhouse on an episode of the show. David Lynch's son Riley is on guitar, Dean Hurley drums and Alex Zhang Hungtai (Dirty Beaches) blows sax. Cinematic tunes for a darkly parallel ...view item »

Rayland Baxter
Wide Awake

Rayland Baxter, a man with a first name I can scarcely believe in, seems to be pulling a Bon Iver on this album, which grew out of a period of seclusion spent in an old rubber band factory. Fifty songs written, of which ten made it onto this here finished album, produced by Butch Walker. Soulful...view item »

Ty Segall
Mr. Face

I don’t need to tell you about Ty Segall and his highly popular, highly energised garage-rock stylings, you probably already know. But what I do need to tell you about is the fact that Mr Face’s two 7”s are pressed on red and blue vinyl respectively, and that if you gaze through them both together, the...view item »

Wand / Darto
Split

As if that picture of a lonesome horse wasn't adorable enough, so is the story of this record: Wand and Darto hung out in the studio and passed around lyrics 'til they'd reworked and reignited them. And then members of both bands shared out vocal duties for the members who rarely get to do th...view item »

Thee Hypnotics
Righteously Recharged

A huge vinyl box set from 90's rockers Thee Hypnotics called Righteously Recharged . . . probably called this because it's a collection of their tracks 'recharged' so to speak. This box set contains all sorts of goodies including Come Down Heavy on a violet vinyl, Soul, Glitter & Sin on a...view item »

The Beatles
Let It Be

This may not be The Beatles greatest recording moment, but it holds up very well despite all the bashing its gotten over the years. Started January 1969 as Get Back, the original idea was to record an album aux natural with as little of the production values that has graced their latter albums (Sgt Pepper, MMT, The White Album). Although many cr...view item »

The Rolling Stones
From The Vault: No Security - San Jose ’99

As the title might suggest, this is an archival album that deals in a Rolling Stones concert from their 1999 No Security tour. The triple-vinyl release sees the withered old crones play and oldies-and-newies set, though of course the newies in this case are a couple of decades ripe by now. Unfortunately the press releas...view item »

Lee Hazlewood's Woodchucks
Cruisin' For Surf Bunnies

Light In The Attic have been digging around in Lee Hazlewood's loft again. This time they found a tape with Woodchucks written on it. It contained a bunch of surf instrumentals Hazlewood recorded at the beginning of the ‘60s. These tracks have since been recorded by the likes of Dick Dale,...view item »

Starcrawler
I Love LA

LA rockers Starcrawler were lucky enough to have their forthcoming debut album produced by alt. Country superstar Ryan Adams. I Love LA is the second single to be lifted from it and is the follow up to debut single Ants. The band formed after high school buddies Arrow De Wilde (voclas) and Henri Cash (guitar) se...view item »

Soft Candy
Bixarre Luv Pyramids

Soft Candy get strong comparisons to the likes of The Byrds, White Fence, and The Zombies, but I would definitely chuck The Beatles in there as well. Delicately crafted, and deeply psychedelic baroque pop, warbling vocal leads and group chanting over a bed of th...view item »

David Bowie
Lodger

Lodger is the third and final entry in David Bowie’s late 70’s ‘Berlin’ trilogy, featuring his continued Brian Eno and ...view item »

September Girls
Talking / Some For Me

More garagey action coming at you with a new single from September Girls (and I won’t spend half the review bleating on about the song of the similar name this time though this does present me with an opportunity to mention our Big Star 2LP record store day thingy, one of many items you can buy...view item »

The Little Flames
The Day Is Not Today

If you attended a lot of indie gigs in the mid-2000s (admit it, a lot of you did), you may well have seen Liverpool’s The Little Flames play a show. But you won’t know their debut album The Day Is Not Today, as it was never released until now (the ban...view item »

The Pandoras
Hey! It's The Pandoras

Well, what a pleasant surprise. Hollywood four-piece The Pandoras were a successful garage rock group in the 80s, but their career was cut short by the death of their frontwoman and songwriter Paula Pierce in 1991. Almost three decades on, the group have got ...view item »

The Razerbills
La Tombe

Probably the Aire Valley's best instrumental masked band emerge out of wherever they've been hiding with a four track 7". These are surf stompers and horror influenced garage rock numbers full of the vim and vigour of their live shows. The record comes with your very own mask and a fan club card.  ...view item »

David Bowie
Station To Station

The records of the great  David Bowie live on, with several of reissues on Parlophone. 1976’s Station To Station is an entirely crucial piece of the Bowie canon, combining the funky soul he’d just be exploring with the German experimentalism he was about to dive headlong into. The ...view item »

The Rolling Stones
Their Satanic Majesties Request - 50th Anniversary Edition

Following the hullabaloo about the 50th Anniversary edition of the Beatles 'Sgt Pepper's...' we now get a bespoke four disc re-vamp of their great rivals the Rolling Stones similarly ambitious Their Satanic Majesties Request. This was the album in which they experimented with psychedelia, sound effects ...view item »

Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
Cruising With Ruben & The Jets

A brace of some of Frank Zappa’s many (many) albums are receiving heavyweight vinyl reissues from Universal. Cruising With Ruben & The Jets is his doo-wop concept album, in which his Mothers Of Invention dress up as the titular fictional band. That makes it remarkably coherent for a 60’s...view item »

Nots
Virgin Mary

Following on from the debut LP We Are Nots, Virgin Mary by Nots is a lo-fi hypnotic assault on the senses that leads you in synthetic circles of despair. Fans of mid-period Liars records should have a look at this. Recorded on Natalie Hoffman’s four track recorder and in Burgundy Studios by Keith Cooper. Out on vi...view item »

The Doors
The Doors

There’s so much to be said of The Doors but the only words truly worth listening to are those that the band recorded to wax and there cannot be any better starting point than their eponymous debut album. An electrifying LP with heavy hitters such as Break on Through (To The Other Side) and Soul Kit...view item »

Night Dials
I've Done More Things / I'll Sleep When I Die

‘I’ve Done More Things’ is the latest double A side release from London based, five piece psyche band Night Dials, produced by Grammy-Award winning British record producer Liam Watson (White Stripes, Hooverdam, The Stranglers) at the legendary Toe Rag Studios. Their music is a mix of psyche, garage and rock with one or more fee...view item »

The Goa Express
Goa / Kiss Me

Toot toot! All aboard The Goa Express! Now leaving for Sixtiesrevivalville, USA.   Actually, they’re not from the USA. They’re from Burnley. Reminds me of that Arctic Monkeys song about Rotherham. Anyway, if you like your tubs thumping, your guitars fuzzing and your drawls drawling then you&rsquo...view item »

Three Dimensional Tanx
A Compulsion For Propulsion

Favoured by the Spacemen 3 and one-time backers of Damo Suzuki, Lancastrian group Three Dimensional Tanx clearly know their onions when it come to ...view item »

David Bowie
Live Santa Monica '72

Witness David Bowie performing some of his very best early material in this 1972 live recording. It’s a fairly phenomenal set, including lots of Hunky Dory and Ziggy Stardust, as well as a cherished Velvet Underground cover. Formerly distributed as a bootleg but recorded to radio-broadcas...view item »

Jack White
Over and Over and Over

If you couldn't face delving into Jack's Boarding House Reach folly then never fear. Here you can listen to it's only listenable moment without having to wade through the other bits. There's a spoken word piece on the flip which gives you a taste of the sort of ridiculous music you can expect from the album.    ...view item »

Jack White
Connected By Love / Respect Commander

Jack White continues ploughing his solo furrow with a new single on his Nashville-based Third Man label. It’s a double A-sided affair containing the tracks Connected By Love and Respect Commander. A new album will follow at some point in the not too distant future and Jack White has already alerted us to t...view item »

The Higher State
Your Casting Doubt / X-Ray Day

The Your Casting Doubt / X-Ray Day single, with its lead organ parts, harmonised group vocals and general jangle-clatter, could fool most listeners into believing that this was a forgotten slice of vintage 60’s garage-pop. But no! The Higher State are a new band, and this single is freshly recorded, whatever the o...view item »

Fred & Toody
Live at Third Man Records

Another hot brace of live recordings made within the analogue haven of Jack White’s Third Man Records and cut down to 7” single length. Fred & Toody are a spin-off project of the band ...view item »

David Bowie
Heroes

Well this is a bit of a classic isn't it? Quite incredible that a song featuring Robert Fripp and Brian Eno could end up being covered by artists as diverse as Kasabian, Prince, Nico, the X Factor winners and Depeche Mode. But that's Bowie for you. Here is a 40t...view item »

David Bowie
Beauty and The Beast

Limited 7” picture disc boasting a newly remastered version of the Fripp-assisted “Heroes” opener, previously released as a single in the start of ‘78. That’s not news to anyone perhaps, but the b-side may be more of a draw for fans - a previously unavailable live version of Blackout, fittingly reco...view item »

Mick's Jaguar
Fame and Fortune

Formed as a drunken Rolling Stones covers band (hence the name I assume) Mick's Jaguar are aiming to bring back some rock and roll to the streets of New York. They are as dirty, grimy and presumably rat infested and self describe their sound as 'the night AC/DC played CBGBs.  Expect big rif...view item »

Peter Buck
You Must Fight to Live On The Planet Of The Apes

Peter Buck of R.E.M fame has worked on a huge variety of side projects as well as spending time on R.E.M. Here’s a bonus one for fans of the man - a garage cover version of the Mummies hit "You Must Fight To Live On The Planet Of the Apes". Cool, laid back and rocking. 7” vinyl....view item »

The Jack Cades
Music For Children

The Jack Cades are a supergroup formed from bands in and around the current Kent garage/freakbeat scene such as The Baron Four, The Embrooks, The Gallileo 7 and The Missing Souls. They weren’t going to be a band due to other...view item »

The Darts
The Darts

Not the late 70s rockabilly throwbacks notable for such hits as 'Daddy Cool' but an all grrrrl (their words) garage/psych rock supergroup featuring members of The Love Me Nots and The Dollyrots. Expect i...view item »

The Blank Tapes
Candy

Calling all lovers of sun-baked, ‘60s influenced psych-soul-pop! The Blank Tapes is essentially one man, Los Angeles resident, Matt Adams, although he’s drafted in the help of Fruit Bats’ main man Eric D. Johnson as producer of Candy to shape his purple-hazed vision. If you like The Kinks and Big Star or Dr. Do...view item »

The Valkarys
Since I Was Fifteen

The Valkarys are part of an ever-growing quantity of psyched-up garagey rock bands, a style they do very well at. But what is more individual about them is their audible fondness for the sounds and styles of desert-USA as imagined by Westerns. This is what gives the Since I Was Fifteen EP a real flavour of its own. 10&r...view item »

David Bowie
Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78)

If you missed out on that oh-so desirable triple vinyl package just recently, then don’t worry, you might find satisfaction with this double CD edition instead. Welcome To The Blackout captures a powerhouse performance by King David Bowie in 1978, a time where his touring catalogue was stuffed full of Berlin era h...view item »

Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds
Halloween Single

The spookiest day of the year draws nearer… But Kid Congo is ready for it, with this 7” Halloween Single recorded with The Pink Monkey Birds...view item »

The Mor Paranoids
Circular

If the way to make an album a classic is to split up immediately after it is made, then Mor Paranoids certainly went the right way about trying to secure Circular a place in the annals of rock history. To add to their mystique, the band only ever played three gigs. A decade after their split, Circular is f...view item »

Kasabian
Kasabian

There are so many Kasabian records in the world and the first one. It is called 'Kasabian' and sees the band take an ambitious stab at meshing the British alt rock scene into something more electronic, though basically it's the same Kasabian as the Kasabian we've got now: loud and aggressive and in your face....view item »

Beach Skulls
Las Dunas

Dream pop. Psych pop. Grunge revivalism. Whatever you want to call it, Mancunian group Beach Skulls most certainly are it. Las Dunas is the band’s sophomore LP, and it sees them sticking to the template that made 2016 debut Slow Grind a minor hit. The song on it entitled ‘That’s Not Me’ ...view item »

The Kinks
The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society

The defining statement for the Davies brothers and their rotating cast of players, The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society is a precursor to all varieties of twee pop, folk rock and psychedelia, an instructive textbook in saccharine song-writing and sugar-laced guitar melodies. The Kinks ...view item »

Miss Ludella Black
Till You Lie In Your Grave

Miss Ludella Black was formerly a member of The Delmonas, who when joined by Holly Golightly evolved into Thee Headcoatees. Both bands served as backing bands for Medway garage legend Billy Childish. Till You Lie In Your Grave is her third solo album and first in ten years. The ...view item »

Black-eyed Snakes
Seven Horses

Seven (7) horses? That is loads. Tread very carefully. Black Eyed Snakes is of course the scorch blues project of Low's Alan Sparhawk. Almost as different from his other band as it's possible to get the Black Eyed Snakes are known for incendiary live shows  showcasing their love of punk and electrifying blu...view item »

Iggy Pop
Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall

Not only do we get a ferocious new album from James Newell Osterberg Jr., AKA Iggy Pop,  but we have been blessed with an even more unhinged performance of this killer material at the Royal Albert Hall. Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall is three vinyl LPs and a 16 page booklet of exactly th...view item »

The 4th Movement
The 4th Movement

The recent revival of interest in 1970s Detroit proto-punk trio Death has lead to a re-release for an album the brothers Hackney made under the name The 4th Movement. Originally self-distributed in 1980, The 4th Movement sees the group retain the fuzzed hard-rock sound of Death but narrow their lyrical ...view item »

PMS & The Moodswings
PMS & The Moodswings

A proper 'scene' album this. A bunch of rock'n'rollers from that there New York City, who collectively must have been in a hundred different bands, have got together to form PMS & The Mood Swings. Their self-titled debut brings you all the fun of Coney Island's heyday. Playground of the world baby!...view item »

Field Division
Dark Matter Dreams

Bella Union didn’t need another retro-rock act, but they went and got themselves one anyway. Greedy. The debut LP from Field Division nestles neatly alongside fellow BU acts like Karl Blau and Beach House in delivering some old thrills in new clothes. Dark Matter Dream...view item »

Various
Radio Cramps: The Purple Knif Show

Fans of The Cramps, whether casual or die-hard, would really benefit from listening to this release, which puts a piece of beloved audio out into general circulation. Radio Cramps: The Purple Knif Show is derived from a radio show that yr man Lux Interior had in 1984, and it features loads of the cool o...view item »

Various
Fools Paradise Favorites

There's a man in New Jersey called Rex who has radio show where he favours forgotten skronking rock 'n' roll bops from the 50s and 60s. Through the magic of radio he's managed to give them a new lease of life and now Jazzman have compiled some of the bst. The LP comes with an extra "chicken-themed twin spin bonus 45 si...view item »

Witch
Introduction

The debut album from 1970s Zamrockers WITCH or We Intend To Cause Havoc!, arguably the masters of the Zambian rock movement that has been gathering new attention since Now-Again records have been steadily reissuing some of the genre’s classics. Introduction is just that, a good introduction to the Zamrock ...view item »

Wild Billy Childish & CTMF
Acorn Man

Billy Childish is an awesome dude, by all accounts -- the kind of chap you’d have on your list of people that you’d love to have round for dinner, along with Einstein, Stephen Fry and Reece Shearsmith. Who would you have on your list? This album is stripped down punk dirge with pop elements. Vinyl and CD....view item »

The White Stripes
The Complete John Peel Sessions

Strangely the sound quality of the vinyl is very disappointing, and I know it's not my system. The vinyl is also missing the interactions between John and the band, which fortunately the download does includes. The sound quality of the mp3 is also superior to the vinyl, which just isn't right. I would have thought Jack White would have got the h...view item »

U2
The Blackout

Oh no! U2 have a new album due. We had no idea. Ensure your iTunes folders are clamped shut then. This is a Black Friday unleashing of the first track from this upcoming opus and comes out on Third Man no less. Palms greased on either side we'd imagine. To get you even more excited it comes with a remix from their long term coll...view item »

Neil Young
On The Beach

On The Beach is probably one of Neil Young’s lesser known albums, but it is right up there with his best work. Originally released in 1974 it was less commercial than its highly successful predecessor, Harvest - a typical curve ball from a man who doesn’t like to stand still for too long....view item »

Zuider Zee
Zeenith

Some of that fiddledy-diddledy-dee stuff from the 70s here. Zuider Zee, which by all means is a name for a band, were one of the groups who were put out of their misery by punk. Zeenith (for God’s sake) is their follow-up to an eponymous 1975 LP - which was previously the only ZZ record out there - and it has foun...view item »

Various
Wild Things (16 Freakbeat Nuggets From 1966 - 1968)

It’s unlikely that you’ll have heard of many of the bands on Wild Things (16 Freakbeat Nuggets 1966-1968) but if you like The Pretty Things, The Who, The Yardbirds then this fuzzed-up collection of little known ‘60s New Zealand bands will most definitely float your boat. It&rsq...view item »

Various
The Emotional, Cosmic & Occult World Of Joe Meek

By now, the music of Joe Meek probably needs no introduction. The studio obsessive, eccentric and pioneer was responsible for a raft of independent pop productions in the '60s; possibly the most notable of these being 'Telstar' by his house band the Tornados in 1962, which reached No.1 on both the UK and US sing...view item »

The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones: Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971 - 2016

If you really, really, really like the Rolling Stones you could always buy this 20 album box set of all their work between 1970 and 2016. Acres of albums from the 'Stones fallow years. Features 'Start Me Up'.  All numbered, limited edition with download codes. Or you could buy a car ....you may well need one to house these ...view item »

Ty Segall
Ty Rex

Ty Rex is the name under which garage-rock wunderkind Ty Segall covers the material of Marc Bolan’s T-Rex, as you do. This record compiles an EP and a 7”, both long out of print, and adds an exclusive new version of ‘20th Century Boy’. The project is clearly born...view item »

The Beatles
Abbey Road

Abbey Road was the penultimate album by The Beatles. It’s predecessor, Let It Be, was all but finished before the recording of Abbey Road began, however, Abbey Road was released first. The album is notable for George Harrison’s songwriting coming to the fore, seven son...view item »

Demian
Demian

Demian, like Steppenwolf before them, take their name from a Herman Hesse novel. They are what became of classic Austin, Texan ‘60s psych-rock band Bubble Puppy. They changed from blistering psych rock to a heavier sound that was peddled by the likes of ...view item »

The Stooges
The Stooges

Way back in 1969, Iggy Pop (then Iggy Stooge) and his Detroit homeboys created a joyful noise all across the land, a sound that would ultimately influence just about everything, even inadvertently to present day. Punk, hard rock, heavy metal, it was all influenced in some way by Iggy and the boys. This album is a part of an indispensable trio of...view item »

Michael Rault
It's A New Day Tonight

Just look at that 'tache.  Suits the music too as this debut from Michael Rault harks back to a 1970s when Badfinger reached the top of the charts and Big Star were the cool underground band who never quite made it.  Think crisp power pop and open hearted folk strumming with careworn lyrics and useful ...view item »

The White Stripes
The White Stripes

The White Stripes debut album was originally released in 1999. The album was produced by Jack White and fellow Detroit musician Jim Diamond, the bass player with The Dirtbombs. As well as original material, the album features some covers including Robert Johnson’s Stop...view item »

The White Stripes
Hotel Yorba (Live At Hotel Yorba)

The original release of Hotel Yorba lit the blue touch paper for The White Stripes career. The single was released when XL licensed the White Blood Cells album from Sympathy For The Record Industry. The song was their first to hit the UK Top 40, reaching no.26. Hotel Yorba is reissued on 7&rdqu...view item »

Queen
News Of The World (40th Anniversary Edition)

The big dogs of Classic British Rock are getting some nice reissue treatment here: Queen’s 1977 album News of the World. This deluxe box set reissue features the original album of course, plus two whole discs of outtake and unheard alternative versions, one of which replicates the album’s tracklist with new ...view item »

Josh T. Pearson
The Straight Hits!

I’m sure I’ll be forgiven, upon seeing the cover and title of Josh T. Pearson’s new album The Straight Hits, for thinking that it was a perfectly observed satire on the American country music scene. It turns out that the once bearded, long-haired gent actually looks like that now. Don’t worry though, the ...view item »

Monster Magnet
Mindfucker

New Jersey rockers Monster Magnet are back in demure form as ever, with their family-friendly tenth album 'Mindfucker'. Jokes, obvs. This record is as savage and raw as you'd expect from the stoner-rock five-piece, with seductive splices of proto-punk, neckbreaking guitar riffs and psych-laced solos....view item »

The Black Keys
Brothers

“Brothers” was really well marketed and started to get The Black Keys noticed in places that they hadn’t previously been noticed. It was arguably their most accessible album at the time (2010) and has more of a punchy sound than its predecessor, “Attack & Release” “Everlasting Light” is like ...view item »

Starcrawler
Starcrawler

I’m not quite sure how a band who formed at a high school have ended up recording with Ryan Adams and being released on Rough Trade within two years (though my guess would be family money and some industry connections), but there we go. Starcrawler are just such a band, and their high-energy youthful rock ...view item »

Iggy & The Stooges
Raw Power

It's called 'Raw Power', but much of the conversation around this seminal punk rock record from Iggy Pop & The Stooges is about its recording. Originally mastered by David Bowie, it got the remaster treatment from Iggy himself just over a decade ago, showing off both's approach to these ferocious songs. Both are available on this reissue fro...view item »

The Velvet Underground & Nico
The Velvet Underground & Nico

What is left to say about this classic? The record that pretty much kicked off everything that became indie, alternative, dream-pop, punk, new-wave or what have you. And from a band who were semi-manufactured by svengali Andy Warhol who added sultry chanteuse Nico to the line up and made all kinds of suggestions. Despi...view item »

The Strypes
Spitting Image

My how they have grown. The Strypes are now actual adults but are still producing a lively form of adrenalised rhythm and blues which they mix with high octane power pop and '70s styled pub rock. This is their third album and showcases tuneful guitar music that should hit hard with fans of Eddie and the Hot Rods...view item »

Various
Follow The Sun

Compiled by Mikey Young (Total Control, Eddy Current Suppression Ring) and Keith Abrahamsson of Anthology Recordings and Mexican Summer, Follow The Sun traces the lesser known rock/pop/folk that came from Australia during the 70s. Ranging from psychedelic to the garage pop it’s a ...view item »

Here Lies Man
Here Lies Man

Here Lies Man is an interesting concept for a band. Basically, they take the magically groovy genre of Afrobeat and then fuzz it up to psychedelic heavy rock levels. The results are pretty damn sweet: simultaneously heavy and light on its feet. Do you thrash about or simply funk out? Try both. The self-titled debut of the projec...view item »

The Liminanas
Malamore

The Liminanas are a French band, though you don’t need me to tell you that: just listen to those breath vocals! Malamore is their fourth album, and it finds the band very relaxed in their sonic niche: sunny, sexy, laid-back pop. It must be said, they do it well. Malamore is released by Because Music....view item »

Small Faces
Ogdens Nut Gone Flake

This is a deluxe edition of the Small Faces’ fourth full length released via Sanctuary. Originally released in 1968, included here is the original mono and stereo albums remastered, alongside tracks of previously unreleased material of rarities and alternate versions. With surviving members Kenny Jones and Ian 'Mac' McLagan enabling an ext...view item »

Massive
Full Throttle

Massive are RAWK!!! with a capital R. Earache's latest RAWK!!! signing, following in the footsteps of Rival Sons, The Temperance Movement and Blackberry Smoke, these lot are "fist-swinging, riot-starting, girlfriend-stealing, punch-in-the-face" typ...view item »

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