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Robert Forster w/ Jherek Bischoff & String Quartet
People Say

Here's an interesting curio. Robert Forster (the Go-Betweens/World's Most Dapper Man) played a selection of songs arranged by Jherek Bischoff at a festival way back in 2013 but they didn't get released. Finally a couple of them see the light of day, the Go-Betweens early day classic 'People Say', backed with 'In...view item »

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy
Conquer / You Have Been Seen

Will Oldham has already delivered two full lengths and two singles this year, but still has a pair of spare tracks left over for a Düsseldorf label. He’s in countryish mode here. Conquer is a minor key but upbeat two-step tune, while the b-side You Have Been Seen is a more brooding numb...view item »

Shintaro Sakamoto / Devendra Banhart
Another Planet

Californian-based hippie/folk revivalist Devendra Banhart has teamed up, Shintaro Sakamoto, vocalist and guitarist with Japanese underground band Yura Yura Teikoku, to record a double A sided single. Side one features Sakamoto performing his song, Another Planet, whilst side B sees Banhart cover...view item »

Dirty Beaches
Dune Walker

“Dirgey Beaches”, as our Phil has cleverly nicknamed them, are back with more of their weird muddy lo-fi antics. On the A side we've got 'Dune Walker', where they're doing their usual Suicide...view item »

Ariel Pink & R. Stevie Moore
Ku Klux Glam EP

Genuinely not really sure what to make of this. We've got four songs of really breezy and listenable bedroom pop from trans-generational lo-fi weirdos Ariel Pink and R Stevie Moore. ...view item »

The Rebel

Ben Wallers of the Country Teasers fame cranks out 5 crazy tunes. Edition of 200. 'Tip On' cover with handpasted art. ...view item »

The Kinbotes
The Kinbotes

Lo-fi. Schmo-fi. This beats the lot. Daniel Johnston eat your hat off. This is a re-issue of shambling, inept lo-fi pop from the '90's which has been given a re-issue of 200 copies for a reason only known to the perpetrators. It has though oodles of charm like a school band just starting up with only a copy of Velvet Underground's 'White Light, ...view item »