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Jack Goldstein Vs Dream Division
Live From Camp Arawak

Dream Division meticulously recreates the sonics and atmospheres of classic 80s synth scores from John Carpenter, Goblin etc. If you own the right equipment, creating this sound in the studio is one thing, however, it’s a much more difficult task to pull it off live. Kudos, then, that D...view item »
Added to site: 10th April 2018

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Hope Downs

Summer’s coming, which means that we must brace ourselves once more for a deluge of new records featuring pretty guitar riffs and nice singing. Getting in there early are Melbourne group Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. Their debut LP ...view item »
Added to site: 2nd April 2018

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. ...view item »
Added to site: 26th March 2018

From the Mouth of the Sun
Sleep Stations

Leftover stuff from the Hymn Binding and Menashe sessions is what we have here, showing a fuller and heavier sound than was appropriate for Menashe especially. Yes, it’s From the Mouth of the Sun, known individually on Earth as indefatigable drone cellist Aaron Martin and fizzy d...view item »
Added to site: 21st March 2018

Dollboy
Rites and Rituals

Multi-instrumentalist Oliver Cherer turns in an album of contemporary folk for Modern Aviation. Hurdy-gurdy, droning synths, acoustic guitar, drums and more, largely played by Cherer himself, form the basis of the Dollboy sound. A wordless affair, Rites and Rituals uses folk as a jumping off point from ...view item »
Added to site: 16th March 2018

Cut Worms
Hollow Ground

Worms is the new Wolves/Wolf. We have Hookworms, Flatworms and now Cut Worms a  Midwest based chap who has escaped his family's love of baseball to produce basement 4 track recordings that are influenced by harmony drenched songsters the Everly Brothers and David Ly...view item »
Added to site: 3rd March 2018

Speedy Ortiz
Twerp Verse

Twerp Verse is the third album by Massachusetts indie-rockers, Speedy Ortiz. The band are fronted by ex-Teacher, songwriter and gnarly guitarist, Sadie Dupuis. They have been gaining a solid following over their seven years for their modern take on ‘90s american indie having toured with Thurston Moore, ...view item »
Added to site: 2nd March 2018

The Slow Readers Club
Build A Tower

The Slow Readers Club are likely to be pretty massive. They have been compared to Interpol, The Killers and The National. The Manchester electro-indie four-piece have been lauded by DJs Steve Lamacq and Eddy Temple-Morris as well as supporting indie superstars, James...view item »
Added to site: 27th February 2018

Jo Passed
Their Prime

Oh God I hope not, I'd be devastated. Anyway this band has previously been pre-described as a 'fecked up Beatles' or XTC or Can or Neu. Ok there's a host of great bands to toy with and Jo Passed serve up the kind of dreamy melodies and stellar chord changes we k...view item »
Added to site: 23rd February 2018

La Luz
Floating Features

Fuzz pop daydreamers La Luz do their quartet rock for a month down the line with more sun (we hope) than this one. Floating Features sees them churn out some of their most lyrically aspirational work yet, doubling down on the hooks and harmonies that make them so good. Will most likely rule....view item »
Added to site: 13th February 2018

Forth Wanderers
Forth Wanderers

After releasing two EPs and their debut full length on labels such as Marathon Artists and Too Far Gone, their follow up LP shows the five piece, led by songwriters Ben Guterl and Ava Trilling, join the Sub Pop roster. Emotive and life loving indie rock that bursts with joy whilst nursing it’s wounds....view item »
Added to site: 24th November 2017

Echo & The Bunnymen
The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon

Ian McCulloch and co. have never been timid or averse to grand gestures, so this album of “improved” studio re-recordings of past highlights is well within character. The track list hasn’t been disclosed at the time of writing, but is said to include some new songs alongside the reworked hits. It seems safe to ...view item »