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Cassia
Replica

Debut album from potent what-if experiment Cassia. Because what if Vampire Weekend were from Macclesfield? Well I expect it would sound like Replica, the band's self-described calypso-rock seems to be bred from similar influences to those preppy New Yorkers. Odds on that they quite like Graceland. Lead singer even looks a bit like Ezra Koenig if you squint. On Distiller.

The Ninth Wave
Never Crave Attention

Latest EP Never Crave Attention from Glaswegian four-piece outfit The Ninth Wave, who wear their love for 80s post-punk on their gothy sleeves and have developed a reputation for an energetic live show on the local scene. Dark riffs and big vocals - appealingly intense. Out on coloured 10" vinyl on Distiller.

The Ninth Wave
Reformation

The press release characterises the debut 10” from Glaswegians The Ninth Wave as noise-rock, but really the four tracks on Reformation are post-punk in the vein of Echo and the Bunnymen. That means soaring guitars, huge drum beats and impassioned vocals. Imagine The Horrors if they swapped out affected dourness for youthful vigour. They’re probably named after a Kate Bush song.

The Ninth Wave
Flesch

The Ninth Wave is a famous Russian painting. It also happens to be the name of this new ‘80s style new wave/goth/indie combo. Whether or not they took their name from the painting at this point is unknown. What I can tell you is that their new EP is called Flesch and that this is the kind of stuff that will get played a lot on 6 Music. In summary: likely to do well. CD EP on Distiller

Bloody Knees
You Can Have It

A band called Bloody Knees: that’s got to be a punk band of some kind right? Yeah pretty much, though a bit less wiry and a bit more indie than I would have guessed. You Can Have It is their newest release, featuring four new tracks and a nice picture of the lads in a swimming pool with their tour backdrop on the cover of the 12”. EP on Distiller.

Danny Goffey
Schtick

Who knew so many different artists would emerge out of Supergrass? Well ok there's two in Gaz Coombes and Danny Goffey. The latter was formerly known as Vangoffey and released a much praised solo album in 2015 but now he's back under his birth name.  Like every other record in 2018 it is inspired by the events going on around us...and guess who sings on it? None other than Sir Brett Anderson of Suede.   

Holy Oysters
Holy Oysters

60/70s psyche inspired indie pop from Parisian band Holy Oysters, dragging the genre into 2016, kicking and screaming. There’s a bit of Currents stage Tame Impala mixed with crystal clear electro-pop production, glistening synths and guitars that stopped sounding like guitars four pedals ago. These are catchy pop songs that stay with you. Psychedelic earworms for all.

The Chemists
Theories Of Dr Lovelock


  • CD (DTLBM001)
  • £10.49 £5.25 (saving: £5.24)
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The Brightlights
3


  • Vinyl 7" (DTIL002)
  • £2.99 £0.90 (saving: £2.09)
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