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James Krivchenia
A New Found Relaxation

Big Thief drummer James Krivchenia releases his second solo album, but A New Found Relaxation sounds very different to the subtle yet powerful impressions he makes on his band’s records. Drawn from a vast array of field recordings, obscure radio snippets and internet-sourced found sounds, it’s an oasis of peacefulness constructed amid a stressy and accelerating outside world. 

TR/ST
The Destroyer - 2

Montreal’s TR/ST comes through with the promised second chapter of his The Destroyer series. As it was with Part 1, The Destroyer - Part 2 is another set of sensual darkside synth-pop from the one born Robert Alfons. Alfons’ writhing delivery is a thrill throughout. Fans of Zola Jesus and Boy Harsher should throw themselves into The Destroyer - Part 2 with relish.

Cornelius
Point

Point was the fourth album by excellent Japanese musician Cornelius and was the follow up to his breakthrough album Fantasma. It has become something of an influential record over the years with its technicolour palette of sounds infusing records by the likes of Beck, Phoenix and the Strokes. Now is the time for the luxury re-issue which includes three previously unheard remixes. 

TR/ST
The Destroyer - 1

TR/ST (that’s pronounced Trust, by the way) drops his first LP in a half-decade. The Destroyer - 1 is another LP of dark, evocative synth-pop from the Canadian singer-songwriter. Tracks like ‘Gone’ bring to mind Perfume Genius if he was really into Depeche Mode. If you like walking around at night in trench coats then TR/ST's The Destroyer - 1 is for you.

Courtney Marie Andrews
No One's Slate Is Clean

Following the success of her breakthrough third album, Honest Life, Fat Possum/House Arrest are reissuing the 2011 album by Courtney Marie Andrews, No One’s Slate Is Clean. Now singing with an assured country lilt, which has won over the likes of 6 Music’s Gideon Coe, Andrews started her career singing back-up vocals for fellow Arizona band Jimmy Eat World.

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