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Rest And Be Thankful

Available on 12” vinyl and CD from AED Records. Joe McAlinden decided he wanted to get back to his roots for the new Linden  record. Headed to Argyll with bandmates, and created a studio in an old fisherman’s croft. Surrounded by and trying to capture the serenity of the area, these are song to ...view item »

Edwyn Collins, Carwyn Ellis & Sebastian Lewsley
The Possibilities Are Endless

This is the soundtrack to The Possibilities Are Endless, a film about Edwyn Collins and his journey finding his way back to music, life and understanding following his stroke in 2005. It features a stunning collection of music from the film by Carwyn Ellis, Sebastian Lewsley and Collins himself, alongside previously released tracks and new origi...view item »

Vic Godard & Subway Sect
1979 NOW!

Following the release of a re-recording of Subway Sect’s ‘lost album’- ‘1978 NOW’ - in 2007, the band felt that it was time to unleash Vic Godard’s Northern Soul songs on the world and continue their wave of activity with ‘1979 NOW’. The title is inspired by a time when Paul Myers passed on a bundl...view item »


Here's the second album by Welsh genre-hoppers Colorama  - a strange mix of easy listening, psychedelia and MOR pop with a head-nodding mid-paced lollop and an admirable variety of soft grooves and playful tones. The dramatic and windswept piano-led opener 'Paraglide' initially had my suspicious about whether this one would be for me, but...view item »

Roddy Frame

Roddy Frame originally released Surf, his second solo record, in 2002. The album features 11 entirely acoustic cuts and has been described as wonderfully understated. The former Aztec Camera frontman has been praised for the quality of the songwriting and guitar playing. Surf has never been ava...view item »

Roddy Frame
Seven Dials

Now genuinely old, Roddy Frame has been around for what seems to have been half a century. Remember that be-fringed lad singing those breezy jazzy pop songs in the early '80's as Aztec Camera? Well now his heads pokes out of the front cover as a receding, slightly gaunt middle aged man. Like ...view item »

Aztec Camera
High Land, Hard Rain

Classic slice of 80s indie re-released and definitely sounding better on this 30th anniversary vinyl edition than any previous CD versions I have heard. In fact it sounds better than the original '83 vinyl release as the remastering has added more body to the sound than the thinner 80's production of the original. Song-writing & musicianship...view item »

Charlie Clark
Feel Something EP

not sure why you've linked to Eric McCann's page for the soundclip, he's an amazing musician and producer but always best to go to the source! check out Charlie Clark with this link item »

Gary McClure

Scottish born, Manchester-dwelling Gary McClure changed direction when he made this record. Cutting his teeth on more experimental sounds in duo Working for a Nuclear Free City (looping, layering, etc), he grew frustrated and decided to go back to basics - simply arranged, good old-fashioned and honest songwriting. Out on cd or vinyl with a cool...view item »

Edwyn Collins

As I noted on a previous Edwyn Collins review, it’s very hard to critically assess his music post illness as it’s such a major achievement that he’s actually making music again. The same will be true if (fingers crossed) Vini Reilly recovers ...view item »

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