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The Charlatans
Totally Eclipsing

Now with their own exhibition, these indie veterans are having a pretty nice later career burst thank you very much. 'Totally Eclipsing' is a mini album released here as a standalone vinyl edition but also comes as part of a special expanded version of their most recent full length effort 'Different Days'. ...view item »

Richard Thorncroft
The Unadorned Truth

Aptly described as “Erotic Power Rock”, and that pretty much sums it up, throw in every possible 80s cliché and you’ve got this three track single from Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barrett), also known as Mindhorn, the detective from Barrett’s latest film of the same name. W...view item »

Super Furry Animals
Radiator (20th Anniversary Remaster)

Following on from the hugely successful 20th anniversary re-issue of their debut 'Fuzzy Logic' comes this expanded version of the follow up 'Radiator'.The 2CD and download versions contain B sides, alternate versions and unreleased demos whilst the original album appears on the vinyl remastered for 2017 ears. ...view item »

Cabbage
Young, Dumb And Full Of...

Cabbage are a group of five young white men. The band has a horrible name their album has a horrible title and a horrible cover. The music on the album sounds a bit like The Fall, and also a bit like Slaves...view item »

Black Sabbath
The Ultimate Collection

A heavy compilation for one of the heaviest bands: 4 full LPs worth of classic Black Sabbath material, spanning all the hits and some of the deeper cuts too. The packaging folds out into a crucifix shape, lovingly decorated by vintage 70’s snaps of our heroes. Heavyweight 180g vinyl too. On BMG....view item »

The Damned
Stiff Singles 1976-1977

The Damned are punk legends, and Stiff are the legendary punk label that enabled them to become punk legends, so really this is the a perfect compilation for one of punk’s great singles bands. Stiff Singles 1976 - 1977...view item »

Cabbage
Nihilist Glamour Shots

It feels like Cabbage - pronounced like Farage, probably - should have left us alone long ago. As such, it’s quite a surprise to find out that Nihilist Glamour Shots (Christ) is their debut (!) LP. The ‘songs’ here come with titles like ‘Molotov Alcopop’ (ffs), ‘Reptiles State Funeral...view item »

Super Furry Animals
Fuzzy Logic

Super Furry Animals released their lively wild-ride album Fuzzy Logic in 1996, throwing some Welsh weirdness into the Britpop mix. This twentieth anniversary reissue includes the remastered album plus a round-up of all the contemporary B-sides. Also (for the CD edition) a second disc, containing a sackful of previously ...view item »

Nina Simone
Mood Indigo (The Complete Bethlehem Singles)

Undisputed legend of piano and performance Nina Simone gets yet more of the dues she deserves with this collection of her early recordings, many of which will be familiar even to the unfamiliar -- "My Baby Just Cares For Me" features, as does the monolithic mash of melody and solo "Love Me Or Leave Me". The LP version ...view item »

Propaganda
A Secret Wish

A Secret Wish is the debut LP from German synth pop group Propaganda who were taken under the wing of producer Trevor Horn and signed to his ZTT imprint. The album yielded a superb timeless hit in 'Duel' but also contains much more inventive synth pop including an inspired cover of Josef K's 'Sorry For ...view item »

The Charlatans
Over Again

The Charlatans are still going strong and here unleash a Christmas present to all their remaining fans in the form of this funky patchwork quilt of a song taken from their recent 'Different Days' opus. Not sure what is on the B-side as we haven't been given any information. Hopefully a life sized 3D hologram of Tim ...view item »

The Charlatans
Different Days

The Charlatans release their first single from their recent 'Different Days' LP and it's the title track and it includes a rather decent remix by those elder statespeople of electronica and industrial music Chris and Cosey. They add a disco pulse to the track and take almost everything else off.&nb...view item »

Echo & The Bunnymen
The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon

Ian McCulloch and co. have never been timid or averse to grand gestures, so this album of “improved” studio re-recordings of past highlights is well within character. The track list hasn’t been disclosed at the time of writing, but is said to include some new songs alongside the reworked hits. It seems safe to ...view item »

Madness
Full House - The Very Best of Madness

There’s been no shortage of Madness comps over the years, but none more comprehensive or revelatory than this up-to-date career-spanner. Almost evenly split between their initial chart-dominating 80s run and post-reunion highlights, it presents the (occasionally still) Nutty (former) Boys as a British institution of 40 yea...view item »

William Patrick Corgan (aka Billy Corgan)
Ogilala

William Patrick Corgan is indeed the same Billy Corgan who fronted both Zwan and the Smashing Pumpkins and like a lot of fellow musicians has spent much of his later years having Twitter spats.  This first album under his full moniker was recorded by Rick Rubin and is said ...view item »

Kele Okereke
Fatherland

He just can't decide what he wants to be can he? The singer in worn out Brit band Bloc Party, fun electronic troubadour and now folk influenced confessional singer songwriter. Whichever style he pursued once thing is for certain  - his lyrics (and his music for that matter) never seem to get any better. ...view item »

Marc Almond
Shadows and Reflections

If anyone is perfect for singing an album of 1960's torch songs and baroque pop it's Marc Almond. He has previous in the genre (and has scored huge hits too) but here he covers some of his favourites by the likes of Burt Bacharach, The Action, The Yardbirds, Bobby Darin...view item »

Hercules & Love Affair
Omnion

The member swapping, shapeshifting beast that is Hercules & Love Affair move to BMG for their third album after a few releases on Moshi Moshi. Known for their left of centre disco pop Omnion goes a step further into leftfield electro pop and features guests Faris Badwan of The Horrors...view item »

Gary Numan
Savage

With hair blacker even than David Gedge, long term electronic pioneer and goth rocker Gary Numan is back with his 22nd album 'Savage'. Expect the normal terrifying electronic rock that could only be performed by looking menacing and being ladled with dry ice on an enormo stage. Long term fans will rejoice bleakly.  ...view item »

Sparks
Hippopotamus

Everyone loves Sparks don't they? That they haven't done an all the way through brilliant album since 'Indiscreet' (1975) doesn't seem to affect them in any way. They are quirky enough and have enough good songs in their basket to keep ploughing on. They get older (Ron Mael is now an incredible 72) whilst their audience stays the same age. They ...view item »

The Charlatans
Different Days

The Charlatans were always a great singles band and 2015's 'Modern Nature' proved that they are one of the few veteran bands who can still hold their own and make music that is enjoyable and not an embarrassment to all concerned. This fairly swift follow up is pretty much more of the same. A nicely produced collection of sunny side up guitar-led...view item »

Peter Doherty
Kolly Kibber

This single, taken from Pete Doherty’s recent Hamburg Demonstrations album, references the doomed character from Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock novel: Kolly Kibber, whose death sparks off the whole plot. The track is backed by a live rendition of the none-more-Dohert...view item »

The Charlatans
Trouble Understanding (Norman Cook Remix)

Two different sides of wildly popular 1990’s music are brought together on this piece of wax: the Britpop-indie of The Charlatans and the Big Beat party music of Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim. Trouble Understanding gets a smooth Balearic reworking that gives the tune a whole new en...view item »

Lee Perry & The Upsetters
Revolution Dub

Say no more, this is Lee Perry operating at the peak of his super-dub powers. Along with his Upsetters, the master-man crafted Revolution Dub in 1975: since then, it’s been damn hard to find. But this BMG vinyl reissue gets the weird vibes of Perry back into proper circulation: es...view item »

Super Furry Animals
Zoom! The Best Of (1995-2016)

Featuring songs off every album they have released, Zoom! Is a best of put together by the band themselves with every single they released and some of their personal favourites as well. A great way to go through the highlights of Super Furry Animals’ 13 year long catalogue. Comes on double CD on BMG. ...view item »

Peter Doherty
Hamburg Demonstrations

Erstwhile Babyshambler and Libertine Mr Peter Doherty comes back with a solo record, put together in Hamburg. Hamburg Demonstrations skims across an array of pop culture and political references (Graham Greene, the Paris attacks, Amy Winehouse), offerin...view item »

White Lies
Friends

Friends is the fourth album by synth-rockers White Lies. The album is centred around the theme of changing relationships. With their three previous albums breaking the top 5 and the fact that they’ve re-signed with music industry behemoths BMG, big things are expected from the Ealing three-piece’s new l...view item »

The Associates
Sulk

Sulk was The Associates crowning glory. Originally released in 1982 it mixed David Bowie and Scott Walker influences with the New Romantic pop of the day. It was widely critically acclaimed and was named Melody Maker’s album of the year for 1982. It was the last album to include t...view item »

Band of Skulls
By Default

New rock action from Band Of Skulls, with their fourth album. By Default is maybe not a super-wise name for a rock band to choose for their album, although actually the group get into some not-so-generic territory at times, switching between big arena rock moment...view item »

Mayer Hawthorne
Man About Town

Mayor Hawthorne has built a reputation making ridiculously earnest, fun and groovy 80s-inspired funk and On Man About Town he has refined his sound into a slick, synthetic pop. This is Hawthorne’s fourth album and he not only plays most of the instruments, but handles production duties as well....view item »

James
Girl At The End of The World

It has apparently been 32 years since James formed: hard to believe eh? After such a long stint, they’ve elected to make a brand new record (their fourteenth). The Girl At The End Of The World is an electronically tinged set of excited indie numbers, the band obviously still enjoying the creative process. CD or do...view item »

Bert Jansch
Bert Jansch

Unlike on some of his later albums, nearly half of the songs on Jansch's debut are instrumentals. These are some of my favourites on the album, since he gets to stretch out his guitar chops a bit more with the absence of vocals. The mysterious "Alice's Wonderland" and the hypnotic "Casbah" are a couple of my favourites. Throughout the entire alb...view item »

Smashing Pumpkins
Monuments To An Elegy

Now that Billy Corgan is done composing and performing eight-hour tributes to Herman Hesse novels -- and making Oneohtrix Point...view item »

Einsturzende Neubauten
Lament

‘Lament’ is perennial provocateurs Einsturzende Neubauten’s much anticipated commemoration of the First World War. It’s a typically erudite, inventive and challenging take on this sprawling cataclysmic event that, according to Blixa Bargeld, has never really ended. The band themselves describe the record as a studio recon...view item »

You Me At Six
Cavalier Youth

You Me At Six just get bigger and bigger with their new album Cavalier Youth set to send them stratospheric. Prior to the release of their new album they have just completed their first headline US tour and had their biggest UK chart hit, things are on the up for this young rock band from Surrey. Availab...view item »

The Electric Soft Parade
The American Adventure

Here's the new one from The Electric Soft Parade. Really not my thing again. The American Adventure does sound much better than their last effort -there's some interesting song structures & stuff but there again,  there's some terrible thumping 4/4 rock and ropey ballads. Hmm I'd like a bit more time wit...view item »

The Animalhouse
Ready To Receive

I have to say that at first listening I thought that Animalhouse were fairly average but then after listening to the album a couple of times I started to really get into it. Since then I have listened to it a lot of times and think that it is something really special. Sure there are weak tracks but the strong ones are superb. I mean really, real...view item »

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