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Butterfly Child
No Longer Living In Your Shadow

Okay, hands up who HASN’T reformed. I can see Mr Morrissey and Mr Marr’s hands go up but...anyone else? There are so many reformations that even an old cynic like me is quite happy at one or two of them. I’ve just been trying to convi...view item »

Emma Tricca
St. Peter

Emma Tricca’s first LP since 2014’s Relic is another record of delicate, dreamy folk-rock. Devendra Banhart and Jane Weaver spring to mind on tracks like the gorgeous, feathery ‘Julian’s Wings’. St. Peter also features a pretty star-studded credit ...view item »

Butterfly Child

Butterfly Child, who are essentially one man, Joe Cassidy, plus a revolving cast of characters, have a penchant for shimmering dream pop. After releasing a trio of albums and six EPs in the ‘90s, Belfast-born, Los Angeles based, Cassidy quietly released a single, No Longer Living In Your Shadow, i...view item »

Butterfly Child

One of those records where you have to mention the album art. There you go, I've mentioned it. It's very good. Butterfly Child's Onomatopoeia was first released in 1993 but has been given a smooth remaster on Dell'Orso. A great mix of electronica and post-rock and for fans of Bark Psychosis...I suppose? Available on double vinyl...view item »

The See See
Once Forever and Again

This is the third full length studio album from psych poppers The See See. Eschewing the modern day strum and drang of the repeato garage types in favour of a subtle update the sunshine pop of the late 60's movers and shakers such as The Byrds and Love, the band have again put together and album of catchy pop nuggets with harmonies and hook...view item »

Tricca / McNiff
Southern Star

Emma Tricca and Jason McNiff, firm folk friends, joined to pen three songs each to record their mini album, ‘Southern Star’. McNiff is a celebrated songwriter and you may know Tricca from her work with Andy Votel’s Finders Keepers family. Themes link New York, European...view item »

By The Sea
By The Sea

Here’s an album by By The Sea, who specialise in that ‘60s-influenced reverb-drenched wishy-washy MOR-pop that Real Estate are so much better than everybody else at. Not to say it&rsquo...view item »

Low Sea
Remote Viewing

I’ve done my own Remote Viewing recently trawling through the back catalogue of Haslingdon’s finest electronic duo Remote Viewer. But enough about my weird nocturnal habits, this is a very different beast. Produced by Human League producer Stephen ...view item »

The See See
Fountayne Mountain

The See See are one of those psych-pop bands who are totally in thrall to bands of the '60s like The Kinks, The Pretty Things, ...view item »

Mystery Meat
Chewing Gum

Now a glammed up looking 7" by MYSTERY MEAT  which comes on bright pink vinyl. A rocking power chord driven tune entitled 'Chewing Gum' which is depicted by a stiletto standing on some chewing gum on the front cover. (very post modern) All songs are written by the bare chested Lex who looks like the younger brother...view item »

El Goodo

Southern Welsh boyos El Goodo return with their second album of blissed psychedelic 60s/70s radio pop, this 11 track long baby being called 'Coyote'. Named after one of Alex Chilton & Co's best loved tunes, these lads have a wonderfully authentic & easygoing sound. 'Aren't You Grand' sports a mellow Morricone vibe whilst covering similar gr...view item »