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The Fernweh
The Fernweh

The Fernweh are a three-piece from Liverpool who play psych/folk/pop/rock that harks back to the late ‘60s/early ‘70s. Their music recalls Piper At The Gates Of Dawn-era Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues, Heron, The Trees and many Vertigo and Island bands of that era. Self-titled LP and CD on Skeleton Key.
  • CD (0190295528089)

She Drew The Gun
Revolution Of Mind

Big new album from Louisa Roach who uses the moniker She Drew the Gun to write songs that have a lineage in some of the great scouse bands of the past. The La's, the Coral are cited as influences but Roach brings a feminist queer-friendly energy to proceedings and is a new and unique name to add to Liverpool's rich history. 
  • Vinyl LP (0190296947704)
  • CD (0190296948008)
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Cabbage
The Extended Play of Cruelty

Following on from their long sold out Record Store Day collection of early singles and *that* horrific assault allegation, Manchester lad punk outfit Cabbage return with a five track EP of their increasingly popular indie rock. Now signed to Infectious it looks like we are now in for the long haul. 
  • Vinyl 10" (4050538310016)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • CD (4050538310597)

The Fernweh
The Fernweh EP

The Fernweh are from Liverpool, and boy do they sound like it. The group’s debut release continues the fine Merseybeat tradition of The Coral, The La’s and the rest. The Fernweh EP is even being released on a label named after a song by The Coral and run by a member of The Coral. It's is full of skiffling rhythms, wistful melodies, good strong harmonies and some well-oiled songwriting.
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Serpent Power
Electric Looneyland

Electric Looneyland is the second album by Liverpool duo Serpent Power. Ian Skelly, previously of The Coral, along with Paul Malloy, previously of The Zutons and The Coral, have created their own world of psych-rock, horror and weird spaciness on Electric Looneyland, all stemming from them finding some old keyboards in a skip.
  • Vinyl LP (SKLP014)
  • Tape (SKLT014)

Sundowners
Cut The Master

Sundowners are a Wirral-based band with familial connections to The Coral, whose James Skelly also co-produced this debut album. Cut The Master has a lovely sixties pop feel to it, with the band exploring various strands of beat music and psychedelia without ever losing their bright melodic sensibility. Out on Skeleton Key Records.
  • Vinyl LP (SKLP011)
  • CD (SKLCD011)
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Edgar Jones
The Song of Day and Night

Edgar Jones, who made his name in the world of cult underground Liverpudlian psychedelia  by fronting the band The Stairs, returns with his first new album in five years. Operating solo here, Edgar shows off his deep affection for Northern soul and 60’s beat sounds, with The Song Of Day And Night sounding almost like a lost Nugget. Out on Skeleton Key Records.
  • Vinyl LP (SKLP013)
  • CD (SKLCD013)

She Drew The Gun
Memories Of Another Future

Memories Of Another Future is the debut album of She Drew The Gun, released last year and now released again in expanded form! This version adds three new tracks to the record, meaning you get more soulful pop and personal lyrics for your buck than ever before. Reissued by Skeleton Key Records on CD and on LP (which itself comes with a CD).
  • Vinyl LP (SKLP012)
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

The Coral
The Curse Of Love

The Coral are... back!? That's far out. It's been four years since their last record, the neo-psych tinged 'Butterfly House', but 'The Curse Of Love' sees the band in a confident and strikingly ominous mood, making sharp and macabre tunes with marching drums, resounding strings and James Skelly's vocal, which sounds disembodied from his person. Widows and death and loneliness... it's, uh, the Coral?
  • CD (SKLCD006)
  • Tape (SKLT06)

She Drew The Gun
Memories Of The Future

She Drew The Gun is Louisa Roach’s spoken-word / music project, and Memories Of The Future is her debut full-length. She has a frank approach, providing the kind of political poetry that’s guaranteed to go down well at most festivals. And the backing music has some welcome mersey-psyche-pop stylings. Out on Skeleton Key Records
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Rory Wynne
Why Don't You

Stockport songsmith Rory Wynne will be far too young to remember the recipe swapping television treat from the 1980's but here he's turned off the tv and gone out to do something more interesting instead. He's made two bursts of noisy home made pop that seem to reference the Arctic Monkeys and Jake Bugg but adds some much needed distortion and bite.    
  • Vinyl 7" (SKLPS021)
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Serpent Power
Serpent Power

Serpent Power are a blast from the past in more ways than one. Firstly, they play psychedelic rock, secondly it is a collaboration between two of the early 2000s biggest indie bands, namely The Coral’s Ian Skelly and The Zutons’ Paul Molloy. The eponymously titled album is full of tales of freakish comedic horror.
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Sundowners
Sundowners

A group from the Wirral, Sundowners proudly proclaim their inspirations as Tame Impala, Goat, Can, Neu! and Velvet Underground and they have toured with Cat’s Eyes and Kasabian. Intrigued as to what that collision of heavy-weight psych/kraut might sound like? Sundowners is an album of psychedelic pop and folk rammed with some delicious guitar hooks and a cheerful drum beat topped with some chill-out vocals in the style of Slapp Happy. Carefree psychedelic pop.
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Neville Skelly
Carousel


  • CD (SKLCD005)
  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

James Skelly and The Intenders
Love Undercover


  • Label(s):
  • Skeleton Key Records

Ian Skelly
Cut From A Star


  • CD (SKLCD004)