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I Don't Run

I know I'm not the target audience for a band like Hinds but with all the notices I was seeing about 'I Don't Run' I was under the impression that they'd created something special here. However really it's just more tuneful, kinda consequential indie pop produced in that manner that sees distortion added to everything particularly the vocals so ...view item »

Sunflower Bean
Twentytwo in Blue

Sophomore LP from New Yorkers Sunflower Bean, following up 2016’s Human Ceremony. The three-piece band return to their classic rock vibe, this time with lyrics influenced by the volatile political climate of the last couple of years. The sound of a youn...view item »

Middle Kids
Lost Friends

Lost Friends is the debut album from young Australian three-piece, Middle Kids. It follows on from their highly rated self-titled EP. Their brand of melodic indie-rock with hooks-a-plenty sees them ready for the big time. Limited edition ‘indies only’ lilac coloured vinyl LP, black vin...view item »

Dream Wife
Fire EP

Brand new EP from upcoming guitar rawwwwk band Dream Wife. The lead track has already been premiered by the Fader and is described as volcanic, eruptive and reflective, there's also another track 'Somebody', and a few remixes to put the cherry on top of the cake. Raw and visceral guitar pop from the art school. ...view item »

Dream Wife
Dream Wife

Debut from three-piece Dream Wife. Hailing from Brighton, London and Reykjavik, the project which began as a ‘fake band’ for an art project has morphed into something much more legit. Lively, colourful indie rock with sharp vocals and spiky political lyrics. They are now a long way from their lo-fi origins and claim ...view item »

Suzi Wu
Teenage Witch EP

Suzi Wu isn't even 20 yet and is already putting out a 12" with Lucky Number. A product of quitting 6th form and becoming nocturnal with nothing but the art of a comic book writer for company, Teenage Witch contains her own alt-pop infused productions and songwriting, and the inclusion of a cover of Tom Waits' 'Jockey Full of ...view item »

Samantha Urbani
Policies of Power

Samantha Urbani, aka outrageously charismatic front-woman for punk-poppers Friends, unleashes her long-anticipated solo EP, Policies of Power. It’s a bit of a contrary mélange, this. A tribute to 80...view item »

Liminality EP

This is the very first EP from Mella, the solo project of one Liam Ramsden. Though Liminality is the first time these tracks have been released, ‘Old Friend’ might be familiar to fans of Black Mirror, where it was featured. Mella songs aren’t afraid to investi...view item »

Leave Me Alone

Most of you have already bought this record, and so have probably lifted it from its jewel-cased home or kindly sloped sleeve to see the words “thank you” scrawled into the packaging. It’s a nice little sign of Hinds’ musical humility, their eminent chillness and a newfound success. Once entrusted with the band name Deers...view item »

Sleigh Bells
Jessica Rabbit

Sleigh Bells return with their first album in fully 3 years! Jessica Rabbit is just as it should be, with big fat pop song bangers driven by giant beats and pushed through filters of happy noise. The (limited to 1000 copies) LP edition is pressed to blood red splatter vinyl and comes with an exclusive bonus single-sided...view item »

Little Red
Listen To

Sounds like piss poor demo off cuts from The Coral. Which should not be taken as an indication that I think The Coral are any good either. Which rather goes to show that this is worth nought of your hard earned IMHO ...view item »

Christian Rich

SS14 is the debut EP from Christian Rich AKA DJ and production duo and twin brothers Taiwo and Kehinde Hassan. Nigerian raised, Chicago born, LA-based Christian RIch recently contributed to #1 Billboard albums for Drake, J Cole and Childish Gambino, as well as producing 4 tracks for Earl Sweatshirt's #1 Rap Billboard album, 'Doris'. ...view item »

Up In The Clouds

I always liked the idea there was a band called Keith. Brian has just parped up he sounds like Six By Seven's Chris Olley's son. That's about as good as I could do on their new 7" 'Up In The Clouds' which is far from inspirational but it does have a reasonably rousing chorus that makes me think it's not that shit after all. ...view item »