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Siouxsie and The Banshees
Juju

This is possibly Siouxie and the Banshees high water mark. This 1981 album featured the unique, distinctive guitar of John McGeoch which gave the Banshees an unconventional innovative sound. The album features the dashing single 'Spellbound' and has been cited as one of the most influential British albums. ...view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
Tinderbox

Remastered and cut at half speed, this is a re-issue of Siouxie and the Banshees seventh album. The record contained the singles 'Candyman' and 'Cities In Dust' and further exemplified the band's knack for propulsive, atmospheric music led by Siouxie's distinctive vocal yelps which gave them international success. ...view item »

Various
13 Reasons Why - Season 2 (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)

The press release for this record leads with ‘New music from Gomez’, which isn’t a great start, but things pick up when you realise that they actually mean Selena Gomez. Obviously this is some of the music from the second season of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why. There are new songs fr...view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
The Scream

The Scream was the debut album by Siouxsie and the Banshees. It's slower than punk textures and rhythms could be said to be the birth point of post- punk and their sound can be heard in innumerable bands that followed such as Joy Division and the Cure. Contains a preposterous version of...view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
A Kiss In The Dreamhouse

The Siouxsie and the Banshees re-issue festival continues with this, their fifth album. Originally released in 1982 it saw the band take on a more varied sound with the use of recorders, tubular bells and loops. It didn't really boast any hits but is well regarded as one of their most psychedelic offerings particularly closing t...view item »

The Cure
Greatest Hits

Reissue of The Cure’s greatest hits compilation from 2001 on Polydor. The heaviest hitters from the gothic post-punk band, with their biggest tracks from across their back catalogue from 1979 - 1999, including classics Boys Don’t Cry, Lullaby, Just Like Heaven, Close To Me, Fri...view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
Join Hands

'Join Hands' was the second Siouxie and the Banshees album and found them still in a very bleak place with songs based around the First World War. It also features the band's harrowing version of the Lords Prayer. The hits started on the subsequent 'Kaleidoscope' but this one shows the band at their most darkly brutal. &nbs...view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
Superstition

This is Siouxsie and the Banshees 10th album and was originally released in 1991. It was produced by Stephen Hague (New Order/Pet Shop Boys) which meant it had his usual array electronic textures and drum programs.  Though this didn't enamour the album to some fans it was still critically r...view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
Through The Looking Glass

After seven studio albums it was time for Siouxie and the Banshees covers LP. The band showed great taste by covering the likes of Sparks, Kraftwerk, Iggy Pop and Roxy Music. Pretty much all the artists people still bang on about now.  They'd already proved...view item »

The Rolling Stones
Exile on Main Street

The Rolling Stones took themselves off to the French Riviera to record their classic double LP Exile On Main Street. This could well be the album from which all the stories of excess associated with rock stars stem from. But let’s not let that overshadow the music. Since it’s release in 1972, Exile On ...view item »

Years & Years
Palo Santo

New record from popular young people band led by charismatic and enormo-browed singer Olly Alexander.. currently Harrogate's biggest export. The trio play a highly commercial brand of synth pop that appeals to the X Factor crowd but by way of catchy songs and Alexander's left wing, openly gay persona dig a little deeper than the usual download c...view item »

Nico
Chelsea Girl

This is the first Nico solo album and a long long way away from the inspired but terrifying avant churn of albums like Desertshore. Here she is in full on folk mode and with covers of songs by the likes of Lou Reed, Jackson Browne and Tim Hardin this is a lovely pastoral work of art tha...view item »

Snow Patrol
Wildness

Gary, Nathan, Paul, Johnny, and Jonny return at last with Wildness. Quite a few years in the making, not least as it was scrapped and begun again from scratch midway in, the album reliably packs enough crestfallen indie plodcore to soundtrack an entire season of Grey’s Anatomy. The discerning fan may pick from black vinyl...view item »

Various
Black Panther: The Album – Music from and Inspired By

Probably the cultural event of 2018 that will live longest in the memory, Marvel’s Black Panther really is an outstanding film. A lot of the songs here don’t appear prominently in the movie, but there’s been enough hype around this accompanying LP in its own right. You know the score at this point - Kendrick La...view item »

Frank Turner
Be More Kind

Frank Turner is one man. A man who has a guitar. A man who has, damn it all, a voice. Together they are used to make music. Sometimes the music they make becomes very popular indeed. Maybe this latest LP will be another one of those popular ones. Maybe it will teach us the error of our ways. Maybe we will learn to...view item »

Lord Huron
Vide Noir

I hope Lord Huron are okay. Their new album Vide Noir, meaning 'empty black', is an indie folk communion with the void. Assuming the seasons continue their endless deferral it might be the ideal album to listen to this supposed 'spring'. Haunting but warm, Lord Huron are the ideal companion to face the darkn...view item »

Fickle Friends
You Are Someone Else

Let's face it, we are bunch of old men selling young people music that we neither like nor understand. Here's the latest lot to send us further spiralling out of business. Fickle Friends are a wildly commercial dance pop outfit that will appeal to fans of the 1975 and Chvrches. I'll occasionally hear stuff like ...view item »

The Style Council
The Cost Of Loving

This record sees The Style Council take on a much more refined and soul-style approach to their music writing. The 80's saw a great amount of bands try and turn what, some would argue, was a dreadful decade for pop music. Their forward thinking approach in The Cost Of Loving is a great reminder that not all 80's music w...view item »

The Style Council
Confessions Of A Pop Group

It's odd to think that there was a time when Paul Weller was a daring musician. This fourth album by his '80s group the Style Council takes in jazz, piano ballads, upbeat funk and classical. Lord knows what he was thinking but the album is more loved in hindsight than it was at the time when it flopped pretty di...view item »

The Style Council
Our Favourite Shop

It's easy to forget how diverse Paul Weller was in his Style Council days...and how political. 'Our Favourite Shop' targets racism, self serving governments and consumerism and spawned hits such as 'Shout to the Top', 'Walls Come Tumbling Down' and the truly bizzare 'Come to Milton Keynes'. Now re-issued on heav...view item »

The Cure
Acoustic Hits

Released for record store day 2017, here we have the second cd from The Cure’s greatest hit compilation released in 2001 getting it's own vinyl release for the first time. Acoustic versions of all the tracks that featured on the main compilation. Features versions of Lullaby, Friday I’m In Love, ...view item »

The Jam
In The City

In The City was the album with which The Jam announced themselves to the world. Paul Weller was just 19 at the time and used the album as a outlet for his teenage frustration. The title track was the only single to be released from the album. There were also two covers: the Larry Williams blues tune Slow Down an...view item »

The Jam
Sound Affects

Sound Affects is widely thought of by critics, and Paul Weller himself, as the best record by The Jam. Their fifth album, it was originally released towards the end of 1980. It turned out to be their penultimate release and featured the singles That’s Entertainment and the Taxman-aping Start! The latter wa...view item »

The Velvet Underground
1969

This reissue of The Velvet Underground’s 1969 feels like walking into a living room full of old friends. All the favourites are there, drink in hand: “I’m Sticking with You”, “Rock and Roll” and “Andy’s Chest”, but they’ve changed a bit, as old friends do. There’s...view item »

Kendrick Lamar
DAMN. (Collector's Edition)

Hailed by many as the greatest hip-hop album of 2017 by an artist Q magazine once called “The greatest rapper of his generation”. The Collector's Edition of Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' switches up the tracklist, flipping it on its head, to be heard as the artist originally envisaged. There aren't any new tracks on this edition...view item »

The Rolling Stones
Sticky Fingers

An album that probably needs no introduction here: The Rolling Stones trouser-bulging Sticky Fingers. This has of course never gone out of print, so this latest reissue goes all out, with three CDs (original remastered album, live tracks and outtakes), a DVD of footage, hardback book, prints, posters… Its all her...view item »

The Rolling Stones
On Air

On Air showcases The Rolling Stones in a 1960s BBC recordings stylee. So you get them at their rawest, most direct and bluesy, bringing us their R&B love and Country influences which characterised their early sound. You fans will love this. All restored using ‘Audio Source Separation’ for that bit m...view item »

Frank Turner
Songbook

Frank Turner has been making records for ten years now so it’s about time for a career retrospective. Songbook features Turner’s best loved songs along with a second disc of reworked classics. It also features a previously unreleased track, There She Is. Available as 2CD or 3LP sets on Polydor....view item »

Elbow
Build A Rocket Boys!

Everything you need to know about Build A Rocket Boys! you can gleam from the first two songs. The 8-minute opener, The Birds, is the longest the band has done, building slowly with pulsing guitar notes before opening up with bleep-blip Peter Gabriel synthesisers and, finally, a full-on orchestral explosion. On this fifth album they quietly and con...view item »

Various
13 Reasons Why (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)

Regardless of the politics and personal opinions of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, the soundtrack is a gem of tracks. A coming together of The Cure and Joy Division with acoustic songs from Selena Gomez and The Japanese House, and everything in between. It really is a full reco...view item »

The Horrors
Strange House

Now up comes the curtains and through the smoke come THE HORRORS with their debut album Strange House. Although its obviously an old image format of guys in black make up and big hair, there is something dead interesting about the dark dandies. The music is gothic punk and angst with Doors sounding keyboards and cl...view item »

The Style Council
Modernism: A New Decade

Originally released in 1998, Modernism: A New Decade byThe Style Council has been remastered at Abbey Road Studios. The record has been made available on a yellow coloured double Vinyl LP. Each track is clearly influenced by the underground hip-hop and acid-jazz scene of the late 90's, and the record itself ha...view item »

Kate Nash
Made Of Bricks

Come on admit it. You've been counting down the days until the 10th anniversary of Kate Nash's debut 'Made of Bricks'. Now known more for being an activist and political mouth piece this harks back to the time she made actual music. She was dead sassy back then - a bit like a perky and tuneful Janet Street Porter...view item »

Lana Del Ray
Lust For Life

Now where have I heard that title before? Nope. It's not coming. Anyway here is global superstar Lana Del Ray with her guest straddled fourth album. The Weeknd, A$AP Rock and Stevie Nicks all make appearances here and its absolutely heartwarming to see her grinning away on ...view item »

Haim
Something To Tell You

America's favourite sister act, Haim, are back with Something To Tell You - the release of their sophomore album. The eleven-track offering, containing lead single 'I Want You Back', sees the trio build upon a critically-acclaimed debut with exciting, forward-thinking and bold songwriting....view item »

Feist
Metals

Feist’s third album, “Metals”, is arguably her best. It opens with “The Bad In Each Other”, a sparse, dusty guitar and percussion arrangement which builds towards a swelling chorus with brass, strings and soulful harmonies from all girl vocal trio Mountain Man. The use of Mountain Man as backing singers is a real pl...view item »

Elbow
The Seldom Seen Kid

I tired of this album very quickly. The song "Grounds for Divorce" is really rocking, perhaps the best song on the album. "Friend of Ours" is very poignant and also very good. However, most of the other songs are lacklustre. They just feel like they are more built than inspired (if that makes any sense). If you are looking for a great Elbow album t...view item »

Various
T2 Trainspotting (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The long awaited return of Begbie, Sick Boy and Co. comes with another belter of a soundtrack. Re-featuring Iggy Pop and Underworld, alongside a mix of older classics such as Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Queen and new bloods Young Fathers and High Contr...view item »

Kendrick Lamar
DAMN.

The biggest of big deals in 2017: a new full-length album from Kendrick Lamar himself. Damn features fairly large guests like Rihanna and, um, U2, but Kendrick doesn’t need any big-name support to tell a narrative and craft wonderful beats. This soon-to-be-album-o...view item »

Feist
Pleasure

Leslie Feist comfortably forms part of the burgeoning spearhead of Canadian talent taking over the world. Nearly six years since her last release, Feist returns with an expansive and immersive full-length - crammed with organic production, sweet hooks and a cheeky Jarvis Cocker cameo. This is a creative ...view item »

The 1975
Sex EP

The 1975 have kinda' shot to eternal nu-goth glory amongst even the mainstream since their first record, and the Sex EP is a collection of tracks from even before that. The sleeve states only four tracks, but trust me, there are five and the fifth is called Milk. Available on a 12" clear vinyl in a paper jacket and...view item »

Talk Talk
Laughing Stock

The last album from a band who evolved from synth-pop into intricate, unbelievably delicate avant-jazz compostion. This reissue comes 26 years after the original release but the music hasn't aged a bit. 'Ascension Day' churns and whirrs whilst 'New Grass' tugs the heart strings just as strongly as before. Absolutely essential....view item »

Clean Cut Kid
Make Believe

Though I would personally find it hard to sleep at night if I released a single as cheerful and optimistic as Make Believe, I shouldn't ruin the fun for those less pessimistic and cynical than myself. So what I will say is that the new Clean Cut Kid single is a highly polished and well written tune, with pl...view item »

The Rolling Stones
Blue & Lonesome

Blue and Lonesome sees The Rolling Stones, in the sixth decade of their recording career, going back to their roots and playing the blues. The album features versions of songs by Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon and Jimmy Reed It was recorded live in the studio in just three days. ...view item »

The Rolling Stones
Ride 'Em On Down

The Rolling Stones apparently have a new album in the works (lord), and this is your first chance to sample its wares. Ride ‘Em On Down is a 1955 tune by electric bluesman Eddie Taylor, acknowledged by the Stones as a key early influence. This is a single-sided 10” pressed t...view item »

Ed Harcourt
Furnaces

Singer/Songwriter Ed Harcourt has taken on an ambitious project with his latest album Furnaces. Taking a break from writing hits for the likes of James Bay and Paloma Faith, he has enlisted the help of producer Flood to make the colours brighter, the dark bits darker an...view item »

Michael Kiwanuka
Love & Hate

British singer/songwriter Michael Kiwanuka has made an album in Love & Hate that embraces the long playing format. It’s a dynamic, nuanced collection that will find you reaching for the headphones for its more intimate moments. Whilst his debut LP Home Again recalled the classic soul of Bill W...view item »

James Blake
The Colour In Anything

James Blake surprises and delights the musical world with the sudden announcement + release of his third album. Reportedly co-written with Frank Ocean and co-produced with Rick Rubin, The Colour In Anything is another strong set of sad dancefloor smashes and bass-weighted piano ballads,...view item »

Arthur Beatrice
Keeping The Peace

London quartet Arthur Beatrice follow up their successful debut, Working Out,  with Keeping The Peace - a confident and colourful pop record that has been influenced by the band’s recent and varied listening habits: Kendrick Lamar, Kasami Washington, Four Tet, Joanna Newsom and...view item »

Clean Cut Kid
Pick Me Up

Clean Cut Kid are a Liverpool indie band who have yet to release a full-length album. Fans will thus grasp Pick Me Up, their third single, with great enthusiasm. Indie radio anthem status could well await this bouncy pop tune, which is backed by an exclusive demo version of ‘In Your Eyes’. Limited edition Re...view item »

Frank Turner
Positive Songs For Negative People (Acoustic)

Frank Turner, the people's secret Tory, had his equivalent of a smash hit record with 'Positive Songs for Negative People', and now you can hear it stripped to its core, if that's the kind of thing you're into. The Springsteen-inspired songwriter and ex Million Dead shouting-match referee continues to push his prolific output onto us....view item »

Arthur Beatrice
Every Cell

A 12” release for the Arthur Beatrice track Every Cell, backed with an exclusive re-working of ‘Nebraska’. Trendy electronic pop with lashings of gospel choir vocals (always welcome). Record Store Day 2016 stock, with very limited quantities available so you know what to do right? Thanks.  ...view item »

Guy Garvey
Unwind

Elbow crooner and plaintive singer songwriting's answer to Bruce Forsyth (see pic) takes time away from being played or talked about or presenting on BBC 6 Music to release a single from his recent 'Courting the Squall' record. The lead track is the popular 'Unwind' but there's no information on what is on the B side. It co...view item »

The 1975
I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It

It goes without saying that when a band’s debut album sells more than a million copies that their follow-up will be eagerly awaited. Well, folks, the wait is over as the new album by The 1975 is here! Snappily titled I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, it takes the catchy hooks...view item »

Guy Garvey
Courting The Squall

After releasing six albums with his band, Elbow, including the Mercury Music Prize winning The Seldom Seen Kid (2008), Guy Garvey sets out alone with Courting The Squall. The album was made simply because Garvey loves making albums (and has recently split up with his wife so will be dead bored ...view item »

Jamie Woon
Making Time

Jamie Woon has left it a good 4 years to follow up his debut album Mirrorwriting, possibly why this new one is called Making Time? Either way, these are tracks that have evidently had a lot of time and design lavished upon them, presenting a smooth, soulful experience for the listener. Features guest vocals fro...view item »

Clean Cut Kid
Runaway

Liverpool’s Clean Cut are very proud of their new single Runaway, a song whose lyrical focus is pretty bleak but whose music is pretty bouncy. Lines like “you’ll never known until reality bites / until it bites you” aren’t too special, but the general tone is effective as an expression of y...view item »

Clean Cut Kid
Vitamin C

Clean Cut Kid are a brand new band, so new that this single is their very first release. To mark this remarkable occasion, they have elected to put Vitamin C out on orange-scented vinyl. Didn’t know you could even do scented vinyl to be honest. The music is sparky, groovy pop with bright guitars and a nice electro...view item »

Sunset Sons
She Wants

Four hot guys playing catchy pop-rock - sounds exactly like our cup of tea here at Norman Records. Sunset Sons, rising to stardom with lightly digestible hooks and true head-bobbers of songs, are finally coming at us with a new single. She Wants is about all their female fans. We’ll let you guess what it is they w...view item »

Lana Del Rey
Honeymoon

New record from quasi-Lynchian pop star Lana Del Rey. Honeymoon has the trademark Del Rey vibe: sunny production and subject matter (the lead single is titled ‘High By The Beach’ for example), but with a pitch dark undercurrent carried through the haunted vocals. Released as a CD, or as doub...view item »

Years & Years
Shine

Shine By Years & Years finally gets the 7” vinyl treatment after it rode high on the hit parade, which is still a thing, apparently. The young electronica three piece from London have been massively popular in their short career. Shine is the follow-up to their number one hit, King and is tak...view item »

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Zero

Following on from the frantic pop on Show Your Bones we were introduced to the lead single off the band's next LP It's Blitz. Zero is an immediate change of pace for the New York trio. Synth, cleaners sounds and more subdued vocals make up this intensely fantastic song. The CD includes a great remix of Zero but I recommend the 12" version that i...view item »

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Mosquito

Karen O was in her peroxide blonde phase for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' fourth album Mosquito, an under-produced, raw sounding album that some said lacked some of the vibrancy of their earlier work. She may have been having more fun in her blonde days, but she also had less energy in the recording studio. On vi...view item »

Frank Turner
Positive Songs For Negative People

Positive Songs For Negative People is album number six from singer/songwriter Frank Turner. Once again he is backed by his trusty sidekicks The Sleeping Souls. He recorded the album in Nashville with producer Butch Walker at the controls. Like his best work, Turner tells tales of people winning aga...view item »

Snow Patrol
Take Back The City

Snow Patrol have confused us all by recruiting an American singer who sounds a bit like Dave Grohl and rocking out a revolutionary anthem called 'Take Back the City'. If this won't get all of us apathetic losers off out of our armchairs and out protesting in the streets nothing will.. Unfortunately for these jokers we'll probably be holding signs s...view item »

Years & Years
Communion

Years & Years are a London-based electro-pop trio who have spent the last four years touring worldwide, picking up the prestigious BBC Sound of 2015 poll award on their way. Built from layers of bittersweet, softly sung, emotional vocals over sharp, upbeat rhythms, their music is a powerful blend of danceable balladry....view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
Join Hands

This second album from the punk legends was not universally acclaimed when it appeared in 1979, as their debut was so devastating and unsettling. The introduction, Poppy Day (lyrics from a poem by John McCrae) sets the gothic tone for Join Hands, extending the boundaries of The Banshees' unique punk strain. The album does prove that slow, melodi...view item »

The 1975
Music For Cars EP

Another five track release from The 1975 that contains some of the records you won't have heard on the radio . . . well, you probably haven't because this was before they were popular, jeez, get with it . . . you liked them before they were famous, right? Music For Cars EP is available on a vinyl 12", this record is rel...view item »

The 1975
IV

The 1975's fourth E.P, which is suitably named I.V., may have been recorded in a week, but it is not telling whatsoever. The E.P kicks off with 'The City' with its infectious beat, catchy tune and heavy drums - a song that will be stuck in your head for the coming weeks and months, but then the E.P delves into a different side of The 1975 with t...view item »

Sunset Sons
The Fall Line EP

Sunset Sons are described as an “anthemic” indie band which always makes me worry a bit. They sounds a great deal like Kings of Leon so if that’s your kind of thing, this latest EP, The Fall Line, might be something that just tickles ya fancy and gives you a new anthem to sing ...view item »

The Cure
The Only One

Oh dear oh dear....The Cure are back with a single called 'The Only One'. From the very first second onwards it sounds exactly like The Cure, tuneful indie with a Fat Bob vocal so whiny that it is actually dangerous to the ears. This song is a form of torture and proceeds to go precisely nowhere. It has the feel of a sweaty middle aged double gl...view item »

Years & Years
Desire

No press info on this at all so I'm going to have to do some work and listen to the track. It's a poppy, soulful thing, charty stuff  - y'know for the young people. This electro-pop soul band have had a million listens on Soundcloud. Just imagine if that translated into actual sales of this. We'd all be rich.  ...view item »

Haim
My Song 5

Indie's grooviest rock stars, HAIM, hang out with the A$AP mob's most trapped lord, Ferg, and they recreate "My Song 5" in a bizarre new fashion. This 10" features HAIM's original on the A-side, but it's the flip side where things get real: A$AP Ferg's verses roll in and change the HAIM landscape forever. Features plenty of "yea" chants from Fer...view item »

The 1975
The 1975

I cannot see how this band have managed to sell out shows at massive venues such as Alexandra Palace. The vocals are so whiny it hurts; they bring absolutely nothing to the table. The instrumentation is awful. There is no raw and real emotion in any of the instruments, the guitars are low in the mix as is the fashion in pop music these days. WAR...view item »

The Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground (the third one!)

To celebrate the enduring longevity and indelible influence of The Velvet Underground Polydore/UME are releasing 'The Velvet Underground-45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition', which features 64 tracks in a six-CD package. Originally released in 1969, The Velvet Underground’s self-titled third album famously departed from t...view item »

Rosie Lowe
Water Came Down

The single from Rosie Lowe's upcoming debut record recalls the sideways R&B of Jessie Ware (it's even produced by Invisible member Dave Okumu), honing pop structures traditions while finding a slightly different way to your heart via electronic serenity. 'Water Came Down' makes Lowe's voice the centrepiece amidst a clappi...view item »

La Roux
Kiss And Not Tell

Synth pop artist La Roux returned this year after a long while out of the limelight with the follow-up to her eponymous debut record. 'Trouble in Paradise' took on new wave influence and a brighter, more triumphant sound. "Kiss And Not Tell", the record's lead single, is now being released on a 7" of its own. ...view item »

La Roux
Uptight Downtown

With her first new stuff in nearly five years, La Roux returns with the first single from her new album 'Trouble In Paris'. Standard La Roux-esque, catchy, electropop stuff. Feels like a bit of a comeback effort after dominating the airwaves with 'Bulletproof' a few years. She's apparently deemed 'too old' for Radio 1 these days, you know? Silly...view item »

La Roux
Trouble In Paradise

The daughter of TV’s June Ackland (The Bill) is back for another go after a successful first outing. In my review of her first album era single ‘I Am Not A Toy’ I was already talking about what would happen when the time came for her ‘difficult’ second album to appear. Well here it is, the ice cream hair has...view item »

Lana Del Rey
Ultraviolence

I've been listening to this whilst eating a couple of sandwiches. There is one absolutely great song on this record 'West Coast' which has the dark and dusky Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks sound before spluttering into an incredibly lovely breathy chorus. Its like ...view item »

Aloe Blacc
Lift Your Spirit

My knowledge of singer/songwriter Aloe Blacc is pretty limited. He made his way on to Peanut Butter Wolf’s Stones Throw Records and released a couple of LPs to great acclaim (of which I’ve watched pass through Norman Towers unappreciated), being dubbed the 'indie R.Kelly' along the way....view item »

Lana Del Rey
Born To Die

Lana Del Rey released Born To Die and spent a great deal of time breaking pop music with her contentious but incredible songs and their sombre, devastated predilections. Melodic and melancholy, and emo before the emo revival, Born To Die resulted in a handful of pretty eternal singles, from "Born To Die" to "Blue...view item »

James Blake
James Blake

Oh shit, I got the man of the year, I better be goddamn respectful! That Klavierwerk EP was definitely a masterstroke in post-club dynamism & stunning downtempo bliss. I'm thoroughly loving some of the musical tricks he employs on this, his much-heralded eponymous debut. He makes very interesting moves in the "beats department", playing outs...view item »

Siouxsie and The Banshees
The Scream

Initially released in 1978, The Scream is the debut offering of post-punk outfit Siouxsie and The Banshees. The 10-track offering represents what was one of the more audacious and experimental waves in alt-rock history, which both smashed rules and peaked at number 12 in the charts. Features ...view item »

The Maccabees
Wall Of Arms

This album has such a fuller sound than their previous, very creative guitars, and addictive bass and drums. The lyrics are more mature, but still retain hopeful yet ironic charms of the previous album. Fun bouncy songs are in abundance on this, but we also have songs like the mellow, jangly and scratchy "Seventeen Hands" or closing floating Hym...view item »

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Fever To Tell

Yeah! Yeah Yeah Yeahs are giving us the chance to enjoy their fierce little debut album Fever To Tell all over again, just in advance of the record’s fifteenth annive...view item »

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