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Pernice Brothers
Yours Mine & Ours

Yours, Mine & Ours was recorded in 2002, a direct creative effort after the events of 9/11. Pernice Brothers’ third album, it shares a name with a feelgood Doris Day film. It’s not quite that happy itself. Melancholic and thoughtful, the album is a collection of some solid folky band tunes and on...view item »

Scud Mountain Boys
Do You Love The Sun

Scud Mountain Boys, previously known as '90s grunge band The Scuds, release their first album since 1996's critically acclaimed 'Massachusetts'. The group, who honed their sound sitting round a kitchen table jamming country tunes, haven't lost any of their low-key brilliance. Joe Pernice's voice and dark-but-funny lyrics still shine. Vinyl inclu...view item »

Pernice Brothers
The World Won't End

Three years and a Chippaquiddick Skyline album since their debut, The Pernice Brothers second album, “The World Won’t End” opens with the glorious chime of guitars. “Working Girls (Sunlight Shines)” is perfect guitar pop and one of Joe Pernice’s best songs. This album...view item »

Jeff Mangum
Live At Jittery Joe's

This is a live acoustic solo show by Jeff Mangum, frontman of the band Neutral Milk Hotel, recorded at Jittery Joe's in Athens Georgia on 7 March 1997. It features 3 songs from the band's On Avery Island album, released 2 years earlier, plus 5 which were subsequently incl...view item »

Sibylle Baier
Colour Green

"Colour Green" is a very beautiful, stark yet melodic folk record. It is compiled from songs Sibylle Baier recorded between 1970-73, and is similar in execution to Vashti Bunyan's "Just Another Diamond Day" and Linda Perhacs' "Parallelograms", both from 1970. The German acce...view item »

Port O' Brien
The Wind And The Swell

I wanted to quickly mention this Port O' Brien CD called The Wind & The Swell. We only got 1 in to check it out but it's great! The opener is just like the Akron/ Family and then it hangs around somewhere in between Vetiver with some early Bright Eyes'ness. The tunes are really strong though and it's well worth a listen if you fancy getting in ...view item »