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The Paper Kites
On The Corner Where You Live

On The Corner Where You Live is the fourth album by Aussie mainstream indie outfit The Paper Kites. Their melancholy, emotive pop has brought them great success in their native Australia with their second album, Twelvefour, making number one in their national chart. On The Corner Where You Live was produced by Peter Katis who has also worked with Interpol and The National. LP on Nettwerk.
  • Vinyl LP (067003116510)

Great Lake Swimmers
The Waves, The Wake

2018 is the year in which Great Lake Swimmers will get to their fifteenth birthday, and what better way to celebrate than with a new album? The group forbade the use of any acoustic guitar on The Waves, The Wake - a bold move for such a folksy outfit - and as such have come up with a collection of very pleasant chamber pop. Woodwind and strings give songs like ‘The Talking Wind’ a Baroque flavour akin to Sufjan Stevens and some of David Byrne’s Grown Backwards.
  • Vinyl LP (0067003114813)
  • CD (0067003114820)

Skinny Puppy
Remission

As well as the fact that cEvin key found a unique and innovative way of spelling Kevin, Skinny Puppy were musically innovative too fusing bits of new wave, techno and film noir into a sample based industrial racket. This is their debut missive and has now been re-unleashed on vinyl for the first time in 25 years. 
  • Vinyl LP (0067003008211)

Skinny Puppy
Bites

'Bites' was the second missive from industrial music clatterers Skinny Puppy. They fused all kinds of musics including new wave and film noir with innovative ahead of it's time sampling. This one contains their first underground hit 'Assimilate' and is now available on vinyl for the first time in over 25 years. 
  • Vinyl LP (0067003000215)

Boxed In
Melt

Mixing experimental electro pop with an almost Madchester tonality to it. Songs like Jist have a bassline that fits to Gloria Estefan’s Dr. Beat but with a detached wavering vocals reminiscent of madchester days. LCD Soundsytem and Hot Chip are obvious and completely accurate. Slow wavy dancing/Liam Gallagher strut for this stuff.

The Veils
Total Depravity

Bands who take a leap should be encouraged. The Veils have a strong and sturdy indie-rock sound, but on Total Depravity they are pushing out from the rock box. Enlisting EL-P of Run The Jewels to co-produce it with Adam “Atom” Greenspan, who produced Refused and Maximo Park has lifted their sound into a completely new beast.

Family of the Year
Family of the Year

LA alt rock four piece Family of the Year win the coveted most unexpected band my dad likes trophy of 2016. Their shining power up is tween sitcom friendly with blinding melodies and those hazy West Coast themes that comes from having orange juice on tap. Kind of the Beach Boys meets Weezer meets Nada Surf with added gloss.  

Admiral Fallow
Tiny Rewards

Tiny Rewards is the third album by Scottish band Admiral Fallow and their first in three years after 2012’s Tree Bursts In Snow. Tiny Rewards sees the band continuing their expansive ways adding orchestral and electronic elements to their previous nu-folk/indie stylings. This vinyl version features three bonus tracks.

Cub Sport
This Is Our Vice

Bringing in some nostalgic eighties' synthesizer sounds to create a perfect melancholy sound, Cub Sport are the newest shoot in Australia’s tradition of retro summer outfits. Somewhere between Miami Horror’s disco appeal and perhaps TOPS’ up-tempo riffs and high-pitched vocals, the band is finally bringing their full length debut: This Is Our Vice. We know our vice will be playing this album on repeat all summer.

Hermitude
Dark Night Sweet Light

Hermitude are big players in Australia, where they’ve acheived big sales and big awards. Fifth album Dark Night Sweet Light introduces them to an international audience with a bang, being full of big, colourful, EDM-style anthems with a soulful touch. 4 bonus tracks included, on CD and coloured double vinyl.
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Boy & Bear
Limit of Love

Boy & Bear are an Australian indie/pop/rock five piece from Australia. They’ve been listed in a USA Today feature as one of the five best Australian bands around today. Limit Of Love is their third album and was produced by Ethan Johns, who has worked with the likes of Laura Marling, Ryan Adams and Kings Of Leon. Johns made the decision to record the album live, including vocals, an approach which brought the best out of the band.
  • Vinyl LP (0067003109116)
  • CD (0067003109123)
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  • Nettwerk

Great Lake Swimmers
A Forest of Arms

The most demonstrably Canadian Canadian’s Great Lake Swimmers return with album number six. On A Forest of Arms these reliable and salubrious songsmiths continue to tug on heart strings and evoke wide open North American spaces. The album was uniquely recorded across said landscapes, haunting acoustics captured in Ontario caves, amongst the bats. On CD and vinyl from Nettwork Records.
  • CD (0067003105026)
  • Vinyl LP (310501)
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Tony Dekker
Prayer of the Woods

Folk music that sounds like it was recorded on the periphery between the living room and the surrounding woodland, Tony Dekker's Prayer of the Woods is a humble and traditional folk work, focusing on lyrical analogies and aphorisms -- prayers, woods and passers-by -- while Wilco-stylised organs rattle on to remind us of the stakes. Guitars are strummed like relentless droplets of rain and Dekker's voice coos into the wild, searching for someone to take him away from the terrible loneliness of being a solo artist.

Boxed In
Boxed In

Self-titled album from Boxed In. Funky numbers from the chaps Oli Bayston (vocals, keyboards), Liam Hutton (drums), Mark Nicholls (bass). It's already getting good airplay thanks to its catchy and upbeat nature. For fans of New Order, Hot Chip and Francis Bacon, who painted the picture that the band are named after. On CD and vinyl on Nettwerk.

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions
Through The Devil Softly


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Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions
Bavarian Fruit Bread


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Datarock
I Used To Dance With My Daddy


  • CD single
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Mando Diao
Long Before Rock 'n Roll


  • CD single
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Trespassers William
Different Stars

Reissue of the self-released 2002 album by Trespassers William. Different Stars is a delicately floating creature, wisping through different atmospheres. This is the first time the record has been issued on vinyl, and the download card comes with a bonus dance mix of the title track too. On Nettwerk.