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Plastic Mermaids
Suddenly Everyone Explodes

Like my grandma, Plastic Mermaids hail from Isle Of Wight. They were formed by members of the bands Neon Fetus and Magic Octagon. Their debut LP, Suddenly Everyone Explodes, was recorded in their own self-built analogue studio. It mines the same seams as Mercury Rev and Animal Collective circa Post Merriweather Pavillion. CD and LP on Sunday Best.

L.A. Salami
The City Of Bootmakers

L.A. Salami is currently based in London, however, he recorded his second LP, The City Of Bookmakers, in Berlin. He lets rip on the album with a diatribe against those in control who seek to keep the meek and under-privileged down. Salami is a prolific artist, The City of Bookmakers follows on from two EPs and a debut album last year, and there’s a whole bunch of albums in the can ready to be unleashed. Limited yellow and red coloured vinyl 2LP and CD on Sunday Best.
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Dub Pistols
Crazy Diamonds

Festival favourites thanks to their raucous shows and live band, Barry Ashworth’s Dub Pistols return for album lucky seven with another round of block-rocking beats that take influence everywhere from skanking reggae to tear out jungle. After two decades in the game, their infectious energy is impressively undiminished.
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Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Superscope

Kitty, Daisy and Lewis are a London based three piece who are now on their fourth album and continue to make old fashioned style pop, blues and soul using analogue gear. Weirdly Phil likes them despite them not having anything to do with Geoff Barrow. Anyway this should see them continue on their singular path and ensure healthy turnouts when they tread the boards.   

Mary Epworth
Elytral

Elytral is the second album by English singer/songwriter Mary Epworth. Her 2012 debut album, Dream Life, contained some wonderful melodic pop songs that took in psychedelic and folk influences. This time she turns to her dark side adding fractured soundscapes, avant-garde electronics, prog and free jazz to the mix. Recorded in LA at producer, Thom Monahan’s Golden Void Studio.

Laucan
FramesPerSecond

Laucan, who comes from the strange little town of Lewes in Sussex, releases his debut full-length album. FramesPerSecond is folk music with subtle support from electronics, driven by Laucan’s impressive falsetto vocals. Andrew Phillips of Grasscut also assisted with the record. This haunting and sweeping album is released by Sunday Best.
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Alice Jemima
Alice Jemima

Warm and sparse leftfield electronic pop from Alice Jemima, who shot into view with her stripped down/bare groove cover of Blackstreet’s No Diggity. And after garnering a lot of support from Radio 1 and Amazing radio, she is now set to release her debut full length on Sunday Best. Includes her leading singles Dodged A Bullet and Liquorice.

Solar Bears
Separate From The Arc - The Andrew Weatherall Remixes

Material from Solar Bears recent album Advancement gets a good going-over from Andrew Weatherall, the hardy perennial producer for spacey-electronica in the indie world. Of course, Solar Bears were electronic to begin with, so Weatherall adds percussion and dark textures to Separate From The Arc until it reaches new heights. 12” on Sunday Best.
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L.A. Salami
The City Nowadays

From the name, L.A. Salami sounds like a Californian punk band: in fact, he’s a UK ‘postmodern blues and urban folk’ musician. Ahead of his forthcoming debut full-length album he releases The City Nowadays, a big statement of a single with confessional / political lyrics and large brass-powered choruses. 7” on Sunday Best.

L.A. Salami
Dancing With Bad Grammar: The Directors Cut

From the name, L.A. Salami sounds like a Californian punk band. In fact, he’s a UK ‘postmodern blues and urban folk’ musician, and Dancing With Bad Grammar: The Director's Cut is his debut album. Salami utters confessional / political lyrics on a wide-range of songs, some quiet and subtle, others big and brassy. Out on Sunday Best.

Xylaroo
Sweetooth

Xylaroo are a London-based country-tinged pop duo from Papua New Guinea made up from sisters, Holly and Coco Chant. Sweetooth is their debut album and contains the singles Sunshine and On My Way. They made waves recently with their delightful lolloping country version of Arctic Monkeys I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor.

Xylaroo
Sunshine

Sunshine is the debut single of Xylaroo, a new band made up of 2 sisters. Sunshine by name and sunshine by nature, this is a sugar-sweet indie-pop single and no mistake. The flip-side contains their take on Arctic Monkeys’ ‘I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor’, and the whole deal is pressed to a tasty-looking 7” picture disc. On Sunday Best.

Solar Bears
Advancement

Irish electronic Duo Solar Bears have signed to Sunday Best for their new album Advancement. Their previous two releases, including the critically acclaimed Supermigration, were on Planet Mu. The pull of their new home was made all the more magnetic due to the fact that avant-garde film director David Lynch is also signed to the label. Advancement is a grand affirmation that builds on their previous genre-straddling releases that took in everything from Krautrock to library music to psychedelic electronica.

Grand National
Cherry Tree


  • CD single
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Christopher D Ashley
Cruel Romantics


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Tythe
& Also With You


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Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis The Third

Winsome middle class siblings Kitty, Daisy and Lewis reappear for a third album of laid back old timey organic grooves. If lead single "Baby Bye Bye" sounded just a little too close to Mike Read's "UKIP Calypso" then the lyrics chart a more lovelorn territory that should help get it onto an advert before the summers out. Produced by Mick Jones of The Clash.  

New Build
Pour It On

‘Pour It On’ is the long awaited second album from Hot Chip’s Felix Martin, LCD Soundsystem’s Al Doyle and Tom Hopkins. Following on from their 2012 debut ‘Yesterday Was Lived And Lost’, this 10-track LP is unabashedly anthemic; it’s electronic music as its most cohesive and assured, with sonic shades of The Human League and textures akin to that of Dan Avery or Caribou. 

Wild Smiles
Always Tomorrow

Debut album from Winchester three-piece Wild Smiles. Catchy angst pop with a droney harmonic kick, the band have garnered attention from all over the shop, landing an endorsement by Gibson and a string of European live shows. Bit like Dinosaur Junior but with shinier shoes to gaze into. Nice if you like that sort of thing. 
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David E Sugar
Memory Store


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Sportsday Megaphone
So Many Colours, So Little Time


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Sportsday Megaphone
I Think It's Love


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Christopher D Ashley
Sugar Coated Lies


  • Vinyl 12" (SBEST60)
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Grand National
By The Time I Get Home...


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Grand National
A Drink And A Quick Decision


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The Hat
Open Hearts


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Grand National
B-Sides, Remixes & Rarities


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Kompis
Kompis


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