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Stereolab
Peng!

Peng! Was the debut album by Stereolab. It was originally released in 1992. It featured all the hallmarks of their sound which was driven by rhythm guitar, vintage keyboards, a motorik beat and Laetitia Sadier’s part-Nico-part-ethereal vocals. They were influenced as much by the sunshine pop of The Free Design as the were the experimental rock of Can. This is good place to start with the ‘lab, as well as being a cracker, you can see how their sound progresses from here, album by album.
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yellow6
Silent Streets and Empty Skies

Yellow6 is the long-running project of Jon Atwood, an artist who has become known for his calming brand of guitar evocations. 'Silent Streets and Empty Skies' does what it says on the tin in that it is inspired by the period in lockdown when there was barely any traffic on the road and no planes in the skies. It has led to a beautifully tranquil LP, one which helps transport the listener away from the day-to-day noise that has since returned since the time of the album's recording. 
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Slowdive
Morningrise

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Barringtone
Bonanza Plan

This sounds like it could be interesting. Barringtone play a form of avant-garde, progressive pop which contains elements of kraut-rock, math-rock and general brainy mayhem. It will surprise no-one perhaps to learn that they emerged out of electro-pop weirdos Clor and they aim to bring a bit of electro and dance to music that at various times recalls the likes of Battles, Deerhoof and Ariel Pink. 

A Silver Mt Zion
Born Into Trouble As The Sparks Fly Upward

Thanks to an line-up expansion which saw A Silver Mt. Zion recruit a second guitarist, violinist and their first cello player, the band's 2001 second LP 'Born Into Trouble As The Sparks Fly Upward' is a richer, more detailed and denser-sounding album than their debut. The group feature Efrim Manuel Menuck of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and they play a take on emotionally charged post-rock which ups the classical elements. Along with their debut, this is the ideal entry point into the output of this excellent group which is sometimes referred to as The Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band.
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White Poppy
Paradise Gardens

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Ringo Deathstarr
Ringo Deathstarr

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P.H.F.
New Metal

Founded by Auckland-based bedroom artist Joe Locke as Perfect Hair Forever around eight years ago, P.H.F. has evolved several times in the years since. With 'New Metal', the project’s tenth album-length release, the sonics have been overhauled once again - set to masterful dynamics creating a tension between volume and intimacy, P.H.F.'s slacker-punk/emo style contains some of Locke’s most insightful lyrics yet. 

MONO
Before The Past - Live From Electrical Audio

Before The Past - Live From Electrical Audio by Japanese post-rock band Mono contains three tracks, rerecorded and mixed by Steve Albini, giving them additional power and prowess. It features Com? And Halo originally on their 2002 album One Step More and You Die and L’America originally on 2001’s Under The Pipal Tree.

75 Dollar Bill Little Big Band
Live At Tubby's

75 Dollar Bill are a duo of underground musicians Che Chen and Rick Brown, but for 'Live At Tubby's' the duo became 75 Dollar Bill Little Big Band - a septet - in order to bring their recorded sound to the live stage. What they end up with here is a sort of whacked-out, improvisatory, slightly avant-garde take on blues-rock. 'Live At Tubby's' includes some originals and a version of Ornette Coleman’s 'Friends and Neighbours'.
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I Can I Can't
I Can I Can't

This self-titled compilation album gathers together the entire output of the (extremely) short-lived North London-based band I Can I Can’t. Consisting of just eight songs, the manic, breathless excursions on the first side alone demonstrate the inherent instability of this memorable outfit, and why they self-destructed so messily. 
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Belong
Common Era

Vinyl and CD reissue of Belong's Common Era, the first long player to be released since the celebrated but underexposed October Language. This album retains the fuzzed out ambience but augments the gorgeous, Hecker-esque wooziness with a more song based, shoegaze approach, replete with drums and vocals.
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Catherine Wheel
Ferment

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Hugar
Hugar

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A Silver Mt Zion
Horses In The Sky

Horses in the Sky was the fourth album from A Silver Mt Zion this time infuriatingly calling themselves Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band. Being the hippies they are they recorded it by a campfire by a river but it was the first album of theirs to feature lyrics on every track. Comes on a double 12" with the fourth side etched. 
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Cocteau Twins
Treasure

4AD's Cocteau Twins re-issue series continues with 'Treasure'. This was their third album and the first to feature Simon Raymonde. It also marks a departure from their early minimal goth post punk sound to their patented fluttering dream pop that they would continue to produce. Contains several classics such as 'Ivo'  and 'Lorelei'. 

Thurston Moore
By The Fire

Featuring Deb Googe of My Bloody Valentine on bass and backing vocals and his erstwhile Sonic Youth bandmate Steve Shelley doing some of the drum parts, ‘By The Fire’ is alternative rock icon Thurston Moore’s seventh solo album. ‘By The Fire’ runs to nine songs, but a good portion of those top ten minutes and several of them take up pretty much a full side of wax. The album strikes a nice balance between both the scuffed rock jank that we’ve come to know and love Moore for and his more unpredictable whims - ‘Cantaloupe’, for example, shows off a bit of Beefheartian noodling. The first song on ‘By The Fire’ is called ‘Hashish’ as well, which is pretty jokes.

Shellac
1000 Hurts

'1000 Hurts' was the third album by professional grump Steve Albini and his Shellac comrades. The album did nothing to dispel the notion that the band are very clever, hard rocking nerds. Contains the usual slash and burn guitars, math-rock arrangements and in jokes that will delight their cult following. Shellac never compromise, they don't need to and '1000 Hurts' is another album of them not compromising to good effect.     
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El Ten Eleven
Tautology

Provoked by a period of reflection following personal loss and grief for El Ten Eleven’s leader Kristian Dunn, Tautology is a mammoth triple album whose duration represents the grand arc of life. Traversing everything from attack-minded riffing to vast ambient landscapes, it’s being released digitally in three parts, but a triple-vinyl release in September will gather up all the movements in one package.
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Initiates
Esoteric Pop

With an enjoyably self-promotional title, 'Esoteric Pop' by Stockholm's own Initiates draws from cult faves Swirlies and, according to bandleader Andreas Lagerström, is 'laid-back' and not so 'serious' as his previous work with Holograms. Expect guitars, guitars, reverb, and more indie chops than you can shake a stick at (yum!). 

Black Phoebe
Black Phoebe

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Bushpilot
23

Bushpilot formed in Leeds in 1993 and feature none other than Norman Records’ head honcho Phil Leigh on drums. Their music is inspired by The Fall, Talk Talk and German bands such as Can. 23 was recorded in 1994 and is regarded as the band’s greatest work, although it has remained unreleased until now. On God Unknown.

Do Make Say Think
Winter Hymn Country Hymn Secret Hymn

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The Books
Lost and Safe

Here we have a remastered edition of the third LP from seminal duo The Books. On Lost & Safe the pair of Nick Zammuto and Paul De Jong continue to take their highly idiosyncratic brand of neo-folk in ever-more intriguing directions. Much like the contemporaneous experiments of Animal Collective and Devendra Banhart, this record blends organic instrumentation with zany electronics. Lost & Safe was The Wire’s album of the year back in 2005, y’know...

The Moles
Flashbacks and Dream Sequences : The Story of The Moles

Formed by singer/songwriter Richard Davies in Sydney, Australia at the end of the 1980s, The Moles released two EPs and one full-length album before relocating to New York to release two singles. The band then moved to London and broke up despite favourable reviews from the British music press. The band reformed and released one album, Instinct. Davies went on to form the duo Cardinal with Eric Matthews. Flashbacks and Dream Sequences: The Story of The Moles is available on CD. The 2 CD set contains everything the band released: Two albums, Untune The Sky and Instinct and all the EPs and singles.

Ulrika Spacek
Suggestive Listening E.P.

If you can't get enough of the two fuzz-worn Ulrika Spacek full lengthers The Album Paranoia and Modern English Decoration then this five track EP should be on your listening list. It sees the band veer away from their KEN home recording set up towards a studio in France resulting in a more experimental bent which suggests future directions for the high octane band. 

Jamie Stewart
An Aggressive, Chain Smoking Alcoholic

‘An Aggressive, Chain Smoking Alcoholic’. Hard relate. This 2018 LP is the first album that the chap many of you know as Xiu Xiu released under his given name of Jamie Stewart, which either says a lot about him or nothing at all depending on what you want to believe. Room40 head-honcho Lawrence English helped Stewart turn out some typically outre fair here, the soundscapes screeching and abrasive and altogether ghoulish. File next to Prurient.
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Future Get Down
Here We Go, Wonder

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RATATAT
RATATAT

The importance of RATATAT’s debut LP can’t really be overstated. Along with The Postal Service’s Give Up (which came out a year earlier in 2003), RATATAT is probably the defining U.S. indietronica record of the early 21st Century. The reason that so many indie bands who’ve emerged in the past decade mess about with synthesisers is due, to a greater or lesser extent, to what the Brooklyn duo did here. Everyone from Gang Gang Dance to The Mae Shi to Alice Glass should buy RATATAT a drink as thanks.

The Telescopes
Taste (30 Anniversary Edition)

30th anniversary re-issue album on translucent purple vinyl of Taste, the quietly innovative 1989 debut album from British space rock act The Telescopes. Deserving to be mentioned in the same breath as Spacemen 3, JAMC and My Bloody Valentine, this edition comes with a booklet of exclusive contemporary photographs and new liner notes. 
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Insides
Soft Bonds

Let's hope that when everything dies down 2020 will not be remembered for a worldwide pandemic but for the return of Insides. Fat chance but we have to take any glimmer of positivity we can. The duo have returned after 20 years during which time the legend around their magnificent album Euphoria has grown. It blended electronica, the Durutti Column-like guitars and ethereal vocals that recalled Bjork and early tasters suggests Soft Bonds will be just as impressive. 
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Earth Mother Fucker
It's Shit

This limited-edition tape captures two recent live performances by English noise-rock veterans Earth Mother Fucker in all their glory. 'It’s Shit' features tracks recorded at Ipswich’s The Smokehouse in 2020’s Independent Venue Week celebrations and at Bury St. Edmunds’ The Hunter Club the previous year, and both shows were played in support of their stupendously-titled 'I Fuck Therefore I Am'. If you like your The Heads and your Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs then you'll doubtless get some joy from 'It's Shit'.
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deathcrash
people thought my windows were stars E.P

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Shocking Pinks
Dance The Dance Electric

'Dance The Dance Electric' by Shocking Pinks was an unusual record that ended up being released on the DFA label ten years ago. It combines that label’s punk-dance aesthetic with yet more styles - hints of reggae can be heard atop the nu-disco flares. Following years of being out of print, this here is a new reissue of 'Dance The Dance Electric'.
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Slowdive
Blue Day

Here is the classic latter day Record Store Day item. A vinyl edition of Slowdive's 1992 compilation 'Blue Day'. At least its not ludicrously limited, 2000 of you have the chance of owning or re-owning these selected tracks taken from their first three EP's. Considered a joke in their lifetime, Slowdive are now one of the most revered bands on the planet, reforming with added beards for a successful tour last year.  
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Shellac
At Action Park

Shellac At Action Park is Shellac's debut LP following on from the "The Rude Gesture (a pictorial history)", "Uranus" and "The Bird Is The Most Popular Finger" 7" singles. 'At Action Park' was recorded electrically, and features no overdubs, no guest appearances and no tiny cymbals that go "pish". The vinyl format is an audiophile pressing, manufactured to classical standards. Mastering is all analog, direct-to-metal (DMM), and the records are virgin, dye-blackened vinyl, weighing 177 grams (the nice thick ones that don't bend).The LP and CD packaging were printed by Fireproof Press.

Sonic Youth
Daydream Nation

Is there a finer stamp of approval than your album appearing in a pre-millennium episode of the Simpsons? Sonic Youth’s Daydream Nation, is one of the American indie underground’s epics, and was their last before signing to a major label (take from that what you will). LP box set comes with live versions, covers, and a booklet with previously unpublished photos.

bdrmm
Bedroom

Taking inspiration from alternative music both modern and classic, Bedroom is the hotly anticipated full-length debut from Hull/Leeds band bdrmm (pronounced the same as the album title). Loosely conceived around a plotline of a disintegrating long-term relationship set against a backdrop of the highs and lows of your early twenties, it’s set to be one of the best British guitar debuts of 2020. 

Black Doldrums
She Divine

An expansive concoction of old-fashioned psych-rock, heavy metal riffing and billowing shoegaze with a decided emphasis on volume, London-based duo Black Doldrums - drummer Sophia Lacroix and lead singer / guitarist Kevin Gibbard - return with a brand new five-track EP on pink vinyl titled She Divine. 
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Cranes
Population Four

Released as their fourth album back in 1997, Population Four saw British dream-pop act Cranes undergo a significant change in personnel. The departure of bassist Matt Cope saw most of the rest of the band switch instruments. The result was arguably the most conventional Cranes record up to that point, but no less beguiling. Now available for the first time on wax, pressed up in blue-and-white swirled vinyls. 
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Widowspeak
Plum

Plum is the fifth album, and first  in three years, by Brooklyn indie types Widowspeak. Their music incorporates ‘60s psych rock and ‘90s dream pop - melodic with a widescreen warmth. The band decided to earn their corn by taking full-time jobs instead of touring, therefore the album was recorded during weekends when everyone was available. With song titles such as ‘Breadwinner’ and ‘Money’, how artists make a living is a central theme. 
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Aidan Baker / Simon Goff / Thor Harris
The Bit

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Hood
Compilations 1995-2002

The second of the CD collections of all the various bits of Wetherby's finest. This one collects all the tracks that appeared on split singles, compilations etc during their long history and remarkably despite it's diversity from lo-fi pop to electronics to rhythmic post rock the collection stands up pretty well as a standalone LP.   
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Hood
Singles Compiled

Preposterous 59 track double CD of all the bands mid-era singles on a variety of labels such as Earworm and 555. Ranges wildly from lo-fi pop to electronica to field recordings to blissed out pastoralism. Contains 15 previously unreleased tracks.  A must for any discerning fan of the Wetherby based band. 
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The Declining Winter
Belmont Slope

No one evokes the emotional atmospheres of Northern England quite like Richard Adams, so thank God he's made Belmont Slope, a musical fable about the M62. Mysterious and muffled, he returns under his Declining Winter moniker to detail further secrets hiding in Yorkshire's soil and concrete. If it's anything like the magnificent Home for Lost Souls, it should deliver intimate pop gems influenced by his favourite stay-at-home songwriters -- while occasionally reaching for the expanse of old band Hood.

Sonic Youth
Battery Park, NYC: July 4th 2008

Hear Sonic Youth  in the twilight of their great and mighty career, performing live at New York’s Battery Park on the Fourth of July 2008 (USA! USA!). This storming and comprehensive live recording was previously only available with special pre-orders of The Eternal, but is now readily available, and on tasty vinyl too, Thanks Matador.

Greet Death
New Hell

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Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou
May Our Chambers Be Full

Emma Ruth Rundle is known for making post-rock flecked folk music, whilst Thou make sludgy doom rock underpinned by downtuned guitars. So what are they doing making an album together you ask? Well, Walter Hoeijmakers who organises the Roadburn festival thought it would be a good idea and got them together. May Our Chambers Be Full is the resulting album and proof that Hoeijmakers was right.

No Joy
Motherhood

Montreal-based shoegaze outfit No Joy, fronted by Jasamine White-Gluz, return for their fourth studio album, and first in half a decade. Inspired by Sheila Heti’s novel of the same name, Motherhood sees White-Gluz take the band in new directions, retaining the guitar-orientated basis of their explorations but now embracing nu-metal, trip-hop and other sounds that she enjoyed as a kid. 
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Crippled Black Phoenix
Ellengæst

What the hell do you do when you start recording your album only to find out you don't have a leading male vocalist? Well for Crippled Black Phoenix it was the opportunity to source friends and collaborators to fill the gaps. It has lead to an album which doesn't even attempt to follow up the band's previous deep and moving Great Escape but instead to find new ways of presenting their sound. A set of circumstances which have led to an entirely new start for the band. 

Animal Collective
Strawberry Jam

Strawberry Jam was the one before the big one for Animal Collective and although the subsequent Merriweather Post Pavillion album now tends to dominate the rest of their catalogue, Strawberry Jam is not without its charms. It sees the band moving further away from their weird folk roots towards more of a weird pop mainstream.  Ideas galore as usual some good, some not so but on tracks like opener Peacebone the band seemed to achieve the mixture of the catchy and the experimental that they'd spend a decade searching for.   

Jambinai
ONDA

The third LP from the innovative South Korean post-rock group Jambinai arrives courtesy of Bella Union. ONDA once again sees the band blending traditional Korean instrumentation and song structures with influences from heavy metal, alternative rock, ambient and noise music. The combinations make for unique and stirring listens, particularly when Lee Il-woo's powerful vocals are front and centre.

No Age
Goons Be Gone

Their second album for Drag City and their sixth overall, Los Angeles noise-rock duo No Age present possibly their most luxuriantly loud album yet. Harking back to the EPs that first made their name at the end of the Noughties, Goons Be Gone gleefully piles self-recorded samples and basic, noisy riffs on top of one another. 
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Taras Bulba
Soul Weaver

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Molly
All That Was EP

Released on a limited edition ‘snow white’ vinyl, All That Was is an EP designed to coincide with the upcoming European tour from Austrian shoegaze outfit Molly, compiling three remixes of tracks from their 2019 debut album All That Ever Could Have Been, including by Maps and East India Youth, and a re-recording of ‘Glimpse’. 
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The Appleseed Cast
Two Conversations

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Spectres
It's Never Going To Happen And This Is Why

Recorded in a 19th century Methodist church in Leeds under the aegis of producer Alex Greaves, Bristol-based noise-rock band Spectres grow ever more impressive with their third album, It’s Never Going To Happen And This Is Why. Featuring appearances from a clutch of other experimental artists, it’s a clipped and economical collection of ~3 minute tracks that largely ditch the feedback diversions of previous efforts. 

Billy Nomates
Billy Nomates

The best thing to come out of Melton Mowbray since the pork pies is Billy Nomates - a one-woman whirling dervish of a poet, singer, activist and artist. Her sound comes across something like a cross between Kate Tempest and Sleaford Mods. She spits out bitter, angry and funny diatribes over pop-friendly post-punk and lo-fi art rock. Jason Williamson guests. 

Inventions
Continuous Portrait

Matthew Robert Cooper (a.k.a. Eluvium) and Explosions In The Sky’s Mark T. Smith collaborate once again as Inventions, presenting their third studio album Continuous Portrait. It’s the boldest and least characteristic work yet, at least in terms of what you might expect given their own work, but it’s hypnotic and playful enough to fit in with 2014’s self-titled effort and 2015’s Maze of Woods. 

The Pheromoans
I, Mustard Mitt

More new music from the fantastically named The Pheromoans, who deliver a companion piece to last year’s studio album County Lines in the form of I, Mustard Mitt. Released on cassette, it’s a tight yet artistically free-spirited collection of minimalist guitar structures, drum machines and spoken word. 

Grey Hairs
Halloween (Live at JT Soar)

Formed back in 2011 from members of various underground bands, Nottingham’s Grey Hairs at last have a formal document of their undeniable power as a live outfit. Recorded on October 31st last year at the eponymous venue in their home city, Halloween (Live At JT Soar) is limited to 300 copies pressed on purple vinyl. 
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Daniel Blumberg
On&On

On&On is the sublime new studio album from London-based musician and visual artist Daniel Blumberg. Retaining the same cast of backing musicians that helped him create his debut for Mute back in 2018 titled Minus, Blumberg creates a nine-track suite that pushes his artistry into new sonic territory.
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Silver Scrolls
Music For Walks

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65daysofstatic
The Fall of Math (Deluxe)

Second pressing (500 copies) on translucent green vinyl with black splatter. Deluxe re-issue edition with bonus ‘Hole’ EP and ‘Retreat! Retreat! single video and  B-sides. In conjunction with the 10th anniversary year of the release of 65daysofstatic's debut album, The Fall of Math. A deluxe edition of The Fall of Math on CD and 180 gm vinyl. The CD edition (out now) is a 2-CD album containing The Fall of Math, the Hole EP and the B-sides and video from the Retreat! Retreat! single.

Kidbug
Kidbug

Joyful Noise presents the self-titled debut album from Kidbug, featuring members of Eerie Wanda (Marina Tadic), Dumb Numbers (Adam Harding), Swans (Thor Harris) and Best Coast (Bobb Bruno). Laid down in a three-day recording session convened around Christmas 2018, Kidbug is a thing of spontaneous, dreamy magic. 
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Bélver Yin
Luz Bel

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Thurston Moore
Trees Outside The Academy (Remastered)

Trees Outside the Academy was Sonic Youth founder Thurston Moore’s second solo album. It was originally released in 2007. His only previous solo album, Psychic Hearts, came 13 years earlier. The songs on this album are mainly based on acoustic guitar, backed by fellow Sonic Youth member Steve Shelley on drums and Samara Lubelski, who has played with MV/EE, on violin. 

Drowse
Cold Air

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Explosions In The Sky
The Rescue (Anniversary Edition)

Recorded quickly in 2005 and inspired by an incident on tour when the band’s van broke down, necessitating an eight-day stay in an attic waiting for it to be repaired, Explosions In The Sky’s fourth effort has always been something of a missing piece to many fans, never being commercially available anywhere after its limited mail-order release. That’s all changed now, with this first-ever vinyl issue. 

MOHIT
Preface

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Hood
Rustic Houses, Forlorn Valleys

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Hood
The Cycle of Days and Seasons

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Dog Unit
Barking to Gospel

Dog Unit are an instrumental band that play a pulsating form of polyrhythmic dub-infused post-punk - a sort of danceable post-rock laced with mesmerizing hypnotic grooves. The London newcomers were just finishing off their debut EP 'Barking to Gospel' when UK lockdown started. Luckily, they have friends in the biz so they sent the files to Kieren Hebden aka Four Tet, who agreed to mix it while luxuriating in his upstate New York hideaway. It was then mastered by James Trevascus at Invada Studios.

Giles Corey
Hinterkaifeck

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Slowly
Reveal

Hang on, I've just been talking about Charlie Berger leader of the With Hidden Noise project elsewhere on these pages and here he is again this time under the name Slowly. It traverses similar ground in that it is in awe of '90s dream-pop and shoegaze but it's a surprisingly uplifting collection with upbeat dynamics that recall Red House Painters or Idaho. 
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With Hidden Noise
Beside the Sea

With Hidden Noise is a project led by Charlie Berger exploring the minimal side of slowcore, post-rock and shoegaze. The album was recorded in a bleak outpost of Canada during a cold winter and has the atmospherics to match. It is not without warmth though as Berger injects melody and heartwarming choruses into his work. It might be near summer right now but this could be the sort of record to help you through next winter.  
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Slowdive
Slowdive EP

It has been a full 30 years since Slowdive's debut EP which is going to make any shoegazer feel their advancing years. Luckily their sound has not dated one iota and actually seems more in fashion than ever. What better time then for a re-issue of this three tracker which actually was the original demo that the band preferred to the studio recordings of the same songs. Comes with an alu-brush coating to the sleeve which makes it all shimmery. 
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The Drones
Here Come The Lies

Here Come The Lies is the first album by Australian noise / blues / garage rock band The Drones. It was originally released in 2002. It mixes original tracks with covers of songs by Chuck Berry, The Cramps, Leadbelly and Blind Willie Johnson. The Drones split in 2016 with band members, and real life couple, Gareth Liddiard and Fiona Kitschin going on to form Tropical Fuck Storm.

Deerhoof
Offend Maggie

With their ninth studio album, American indie veterans Deerhoof began a new phase of their celebrated career. 2008’s ‘Offend Maggie’ saw the addition of a new guitarist in Ed Rodriguez and also found the band pivotting away from the art-rock screwiness of their early works to a rawer, rockier aesthetic. Years on, it remains a highlight of Deerhoof's discography.
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Seablite
Grass Stains and Novocaine

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Houses Of Heaven
Silent Places

A debut album layering minimalist industrial rhythms, shoegaze textures and injections of dub from San Fran Bay Area trio Keven Tecon, Adam Beck and Nick Ott, recording under the name Houses Of Heaven. Silent Places explores the slow-motion chaos that we all experiences existing in the modern world. 
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epic45
Through Broken Summer

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Linda Guilala
Espacio De Tiempo (2009-2019)

Released on CD and double clear vinyl, Espacio De Tiempo (2009-2019) gathers up the fruit of an incredibly productive decade for Iván and Eva’s Linda Giulala project. Dealing in dreamy shoegaze, drone-rock and indie-pop, the collection covers their albums, EPs and various singles for different record labels. 

Good Weather For An Airstrike / Signal Hill
Moura / Blessed Land

Moura / Blessed Land is a split 7” single featuring Signal Hill and Good Weather For An Airstrike. Signal Hill formed in L.A. in the mid ‘00s and mix punk, jazz, ‘90s emo and rock. Good Weather For An Airstrike is the project of Tom Honey from Winchester. Tom suffers from tinnitus so began making music to help him cope by mixing a lifetime of musical influences into a soporific blend of drone and post-rock.
  • Vinyl 7" (SSS106)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Grails
Doomsdayer’s Holiday

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Vanishing Twin
In Piscina

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Ride
Clouds In The Mirror (This Is Not A Safe Place Reimagined by Pêtr Aleksänder)

Underscoring the forward-thinking nature of their output that so many overlook, Ride have handed the entirety of their recent sixth studio album This Is Not A Safe Place over to the neo-classical duo Pêtr Aleksänder. On Clouds In The Mirror, they’ve entirely re-imagined the tracks as beautiful, beatless exercises in strings and synths with only Mark Gardener’s vocals remaining. 

SineRider
Seconds Minutes

SineRider is one of those shoegazey / post-rocky ambient projects that somehow also manages to fold some IDM into the mix, but chief SineRider Mr Devin Powers has the additional twist of being a Berklee College Of Music composer. No surprises then that Seconds Minutes is an excellently detailed suite of music. CD released by Sun Sea Sky Productions.

Caleb Landry Jones
The Mother Stone

Actor and now musician, Caleb Landry Jones comes from a line of musicians, jingle writers and singer / songwriters. He is known for roles in films such as X-Men: First Class, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Get Out. The Mother Stone is his debut album and comes after years of writing songs fuelled by experiences that life throws at you. There are around 700 songs in all, so this album could just be the first of many.

Tangents
Stateless

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Chapterhouse
The Best of Chapterhouse

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Stereolab
The Groop Played Space Age Batchelor Pad Music

Stereolab followed their 1992 debut album, Peng!, with The Groop Played Space Age Bachelor Pad Music, a mini album in 1993. The title strangely seems to give a name to the music Stereolab played. Their influences came from far and wide, but were always cool and occasionally a little bit obscure - Os Mutantes, Esquivel, Neu! Francoise Hardy, Velvet Underground. Clear vinyl reissue on Too Pure.

Peel Dream Magazine
Up and Up

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Lightning Bug
October Song

The creative team of songwriter Audrey Kang, multi-instrumentalist Kevin Copeland and producer Logan Miley deliver another exceptional Lightning Bug release, this time a nine-track 12” vinyl EP titled October Song. Their unspoken bond is on display yet again, and sees Kang exploring and detailing what it means to be alive. 

Rachel's
Music For Egon Schiele

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Constant Smiles
BBR#35 Constant Smiles EP

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epic45
We Were Never Here

Forming at school in their native Staffordshire, Benjamin Holton and Rob Glover have helmed indie-rock outfit epic45 through 10 studio albums over two decades. We Were Never Here documents the mundanity and magic of their surroundings that have informed their work. Includes a 12x12" full-colour photography book. 

Weights & Measures
Complete Discography

Canadian instrumental math-rock trio (I really want to write ‘maths rock’) Weights & Measures don’t concern themselves with whether your landlord is serving you the right amount of booze, they just wanna play. Well, they did until 2004 when they split up. For the first time on vinyl we have their Complete Discography. The band were underappreciated in their time, so now’s the time to lend them your ears. 2LP on Oscarson, limited to 175 copies.
  • Vinyl Double LP (oscarson no. 18)
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  • Limited edition

Explosions In The Sky
The Wilderness

The post-rock veterans return to claim their rightful position. The Wilderness is a reminder of just how grand, intimate and emotive Explosions in the Sky can be. Their instrumental, and experimental, rock is formed from tight, innovative playing and the dense interplay of textures and sounds. This is their first non-soundtrack album since 2011 and comes on very fancy double vinyl LP.
  • Vinyl Double LP (BELLA537V)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Last copy

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