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The Leaf Library
The World Is A Bell

It's been a few years since the Leaf Library released their acclaimed LP 'Daylight Versions' and the band have since been ensconced in the studio, losing themselves in their swirling sound world of lush and hypnotic pop music. On 'The World is A Bell' the London collective play gorgeously pastoral slow-moving songs that at various times recall Stereolab, Insides and Low. Gonna be a good one this so get on board.   
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Hefner
The Fidelity Wars

Here at Norman Records in the late '90s you'd be taking your life into your hands if you tried to play a Hefner record in the office. Yet away from our rarified air the band was making waves with their idiosyncratic form of nasal indie pop and folk. The Fidelity Wars was their 2009 album which gained plaudits almost everywhere else and includes tracks which reached 2 and 3 in John Peel's Festive 50.  
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Spaceship
Outcrops

Yorkshire-born sound artist Mark Williamson brings his Spaceship project to vinyl for the first time on Outcrops. Inspired by sandstone rock formations visible outside the town of Todmorden, this record is full of gorgeous, Boards of Canada-esque analogue synths and pulsating, gentle sheets of My Bloody Valentine-style noise. 
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Various
The Moon and Back

38-track, double-CD compilation of new tracks from indie legends celebrating the NASA team that landed the first team of men on the Moon fifty years ago. The Moon And Back tells the story of the journey, with songs from the likes of The Popguns, Darren Hayman, Rocketship and the Leaf Library, interspersed with haiku readings. 
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Darren Hayman
12 Astronauts

British indie legend Darren Hayman, formerly of cult favourites Hefner, brings us his 18th solo album 12 Astronauts. Released in the same year as the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, the concept is simple - 12 men have set foot on the Moon, and there’s one song for each of them. Lucky for some.

Whoa Melodic
Whoa Melodic

Whoa Melodic is the new solo project from the prolific Michael Wood (Singing Adams, The Hayman Kupa Band and more). Born for a love of Paul McCartney, indie pop and friendship, the self-titled album is a catchy delight. For fans of Teenage Fanclub, Squeeze and Elliot Smith. On Where Its At Is Where You Are.
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Red Red Eyes
Horology

'Horology' is the debut album from Brit duo Red Red Eyes, a cinematic record packed with lusty drone and beautiful, intricate, twanging shoegaze. Hints of psychedlia nod to Laura McMahon and Xavier Watkins' garage-band past, while soft, ethereal vocals lends the album a hypnotic quality. An impressive first album. 
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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 finally being released. Available on vinyl LP.
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The Great Electric
The Great Electric

The Great Electric are an indie supergroup who have turned their hand to making music influenced by ‘70s German electronic and prog rock bands. They feature Darren Hayman (Hefner), Pete Gofton (Kenickie), Malcolm Doherty and Rob Hyde. The music is delivered with a slice of indie-pop melody and a twist of Stereolab and Quickspace. White coloured vinyl LP, limited to 300 copies.
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Deerful
Peach

Emma Winston has sung in loads of folky acts such as Darren Hayman, Enderby's Room and Owl & Mouse, but this -- her first solo offering -- is completely different. She recorded it on synthesisers small enough to take on the bus and so it has more in common with the likes of Grimes, but there's still an indie heart beating here. Perhaps of interest to fans of early St Etienne. Her voice has a great wobble to it.   
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Woodpigeon
T R O U B L E

After taking a hiatus from music Woodpigeon returns for his sixth album of delicate indie-folk. These sad acoustic tales of loneliness and heartbreak have been stripped down to the bare essentials, making TROUBLE a raw and uncompromising listen. On CD and vinyl LP from Where Its At Is Where You Are.  
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The Leaf Library
Daylight Versions

Daylight Versions is the debut album by London four-piece The Leaf Library. They’ve stepped away slightly from the Stereolab influenced sound of their early singles to incorporate the fuzzy warmth of Yo La Tengo, the intelligent meanderings of Talk Talk and the melancholic post-rock of Movietone. Members of Hot Chip, The Drink, The Clientele and The Left Outsides make guest appearances.
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Eux Autres
Broken Bow


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The Vatican Cellars
The Same Crooked Worm


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Doug Shepherd
Type Foundry Session


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