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Bentley Rhythm Ace
Bentley Rhythm Ace (21st Anniversary Edition)

Bentley Rhythm Ace were a very popular flash-in-the-pan and were highly rated by the likes of the NME. They released two albums, the first in 1997 and the second in 2000. They were formed by ex-Pop Will Eat Itself bassist Richard March and DJ Michael Stokes. Their eponymous debut was made using cut and paste sam...view item »

The Finishing Line

Bis like their Record Store Day releases and this is the 'solo' project of one of their number 'sci-fi' Steve and his Batteries project. Previously described as Devo meets Queen of the Stone Age, it's not hard to imagine what he is doing here. Expect bouncy new wave pop fun with...view item »
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bis / Big Zero
Boredom Could Be Good For You / Tear It Up and Start Again

One for all you fans of day-glo buzz pop. Scottish indie veterans Bis play a brand new song that apparently has gone down a storm at their recent live shows. Overleaf young Reading upstarts Big Zero make synth driven pop fun that sounds like Devo hanging out with Weezer. Just 500 of these little blighters.   ...view item »

Blood Sausage
The Short and Painful Life of…

I'm trying to remember anything about Blood Sausage. I remember them being around at the same time as Cornershop and Huggy Bear (members of the latter appear here). They were a punk and poetry ensemble led by Dale Shaw who went around upsetting people and causing general mayhem. This is the...view item »

Human Requirements

Sci-Fi Steven from Bis has a new solo project, and Batteries is the name he’s given it. Human Requirements allows you to sample from the debut album of the project with two tracks, one taken from the record and one exclusive to this 7” release. Politically driven indie-pop r...view item »


Batteries is the solo project of Steven Clark (aka Sci-Fi Steve) of legendary Glasgow, disco punks Bis. This self titled debut LP release is full of concise, new-wave confidence. The guitars have been beefed up to an almost agro rock sound but there’re still plenty of pop moments carrying his trademark vibe of positive cyn...view item »

Keep Your Darkness

‘Keep Your Darkness’ is a brand new, limited edition 7” from Glasgow’s barmy indie poppers Bis, featuring a trademark raucous cover of Susan Fassbender’s ‘Twilight Cafe’, a relatively unknown figure that Bis apparently have a lot of love for. The single is a precursor to the forthcoming ‘The Anthol...view item »

The Anthology - 20 Years of Antiseptic Poetry

‘The Anthology – 20 Years of Antiseptic Poetry’ celebrates 20 years since the formation of Glasgow indie pop trio Bis with a double CD and download collection. Featuring 42 tracks including Peel Sessions, favourites ‘Eurodisco’ ‘Kandy Pop’ and new single ‘Keep Your Darkness’, this collection ...view item »
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I Love Bis

Please note, I Love Bis refers to the Scottish indie-pop band, not the Japanese idol-pop collective… This right here gathers up tracks from the rare early Bis EPs, recorded and released throughout the 90’s. Consequently we get to pan through lots of different Bis styles! On Do Yourself In....view item »

The New Transistor Heroes (Deluxe)

It all comes back round again doesn't it? There's no doubting that Bis were a fun proposition back in '96, they even got on Top of the Pops and even I, the most doom laden man in the West Riding, owned a copy of this heap of shiny pop fun. 2014 style it comes with a CD full of bonus stuff. New Wave, Disco and Synth pop collide in a heap of techn...view item »
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Return To Central (Deluxe)

Bis have taken a big step away from their petulant disco pop punk beginnings. They seem to have spent some serious time with synthesisers, they've become sophisticated and considered and created something that's uplifting and beautiful. 'Return To Central' has been lovingly crafted to create cinematic waves of euphoric sadness but somehow you st...view item »
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Social Dancing (Deluxe)

It's fair to say that Bis weren't meant to last. It's funny seeing them with longer hair, more expensive clothes and big buget videos. They kind of look like children dressed as adults. Still, musically the pop hooks are still as vibrant as ever. 'Action and Drama' perfects their catchy brand of new-wave pop that sits at the exact midpoint betwe...view item »
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Data Panik Etcetera

I am frankly just a little bit disappointed that this is not a record by the Japanese Idol-Pop group of the same name… Instead, what you get on data Panik etcetera is a trio of Scots making new-wavish punky indie-pop! This is the first new bis material since 2003, so something of a momentous release. On Do Yourse...view item »

Bis / Ghosts of Dead Airplanes

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Katastrophy Wife
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