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65daysofstatic
The Destruction Of Small Ideas

Often glitchy and often fuzzy, these post-rockers didn't get the memo about the genre's twinkly limitations and monotonous guitar arrangements, so they never became Explosions In The Sky. 'The Destruction Of Small Ideas', arguably their best and most definitive work along with 'The Fall of Math', was originally released in 2007, but gets a reissue here from Monotreme. It deftly shows off a band who could be aggressive from up on high and gentle on the ground, but who always sounded more urgent than your average post-rock landscapers.

Aidan Baker & Thisquietarmy
Hypnodrone Ensemble

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AJ Davila Y Terror Amor
Beibi

Puerto Rican fuzzed out groove rock 'n' roll explosions and pounding South American trips from AJ Davila Y Terror Amor. Solo effort from the main wildhead behind Davila 666. If you like your sugar with a sharp hit of lime, then this one is for you. Disfrutar! out on Vinyl and CD from Burger Records. 

Black Lips
In & Out

The ‘In & Out’ 7” documents Garage Rockers Black Lips’ early existence and is the second in a duo of repressed singles from the band’s very first recording sessions in 2000 at Die Slaughterhaus. Showcasing the band just as they are today – though everything here sounds more raw and unpolished – and ‘In & Out’ is the kind of dirgy, bluesy garage rock we’ve come to expect from Black Lips.

Black Lips
Does She Want

The ‘Does She Want’ 7” documents Garage Rockers Black Lips’ early existence with two songs from the band’s very first recording sessions in 2000 at Die Slaughterhaus. Showcasing the band just as they are today – though everything here sounds more raw and unpolished – ‘Does She Want’ is the kind of dirgy, bluesy garage rock we’ve come to expect from Black Lips, while B-side ‘Stoned’ sees the boys tearing shit up, with a stomping, pummelling mass of noise. Best listened to loud. 

Black To Comm
Black To Comm

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Blurt
Giant Lizards On High

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Caudal
Ascension

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Chevel
Tank / Beaviane

Only the third release on the Mistry label, Chevel's newest 12” is here to treat all you early Monday-night party-seekers to the time of your life. Accessible by virtue of its fat bass and dirty drums, the two tracks released by the funky Italian will have you moving your feet no matter the time of day.
  • Vinyl 12" (Misty003)
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Conforce
Machine Conspiracy

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Cowbell
She's All Over You

There’s a lot to be said for two piece bands. It’s a challenge to get an original sound when there’s just two of you. Thankfully, Cowbell have got round the issue by having two members playing multiple instruments in this garage rock track, including hand drumming, guitar, keys, shakers, multiple voices and some stylish melodies. 7” vinyl.
  • Vinyl 7" (DAMGOOD435)
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Crotocosm
Fanatic EP

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Davila 666
Pocos Anos, Muchos Danos

Puerto Rican garage punk with plenty of Satan worship, we presume: Davilia 666 are using 'Pocos Anos, Muchos Danos' to share their blasts of noise with the as-of-yet unwilling world. Describing their tunes as "top shelf quality sit", their wonderful squalor is likely to appeal to fans of scuzzy and silly punks who just enjoy fucking shit up.

DinahBird
A Box of 78s

A Box Of 78s in box on 12 inch vinyl. Over 50 sound documents, field recordings and vibrated memories. All captured to maybe document the lives and times of people in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. This leather box was owned by DinahBird’s grandmother. Lovingly cared for and shared within her family. It is now here on a limited 300 edition run. Share inside time.  
  • Vinyl LP (Gruen 148/14)
  • £19.49 £11.69 (saving: £7.80)
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FF (shoegaze band)
Lord

‘Lord’ is the debut LP from Seattle-based punk trio FF. They claim to make gloomy, ethereal punk anthems inspirited by the Northest DIY underground scene of their hometown. Their sound has be likened to My Bloody Valentine, Wipers, Sonic Youth and the Flying Nun Records cabal by lazy journos. Apparently this band is different though, as they’ve broken away from the current tedium of 90s revivalism. That’s what the press release says though so I suppose they would have to say that. 

Francois Tusques With Barney Wilen
Le Nouveau Jazz

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Fraxinus
All Ends

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Fruit Tones
Some Strange Voodoo

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Githead
Waiting for a Sign

The fourth album from experimental indie supergroup Githead is more surprisingly melodic post-punk and rich, sunny instrumentation. Robin Rimbaud AKA Scanner mixes his experimental tendencies with the skills of Colin Newman from Wire and Malka Spigel and Max Franken of Minimal Compact. Improvised music has never sounded so immediate and memorable.

Jaga Jazzist
Jaga Jazzist - '94-'14

Post-rock wasn't always this drab; there was a time when it could sound like it was made by a jazz band living in a beanstalk. Jaga Jazzist's inventive and ever-curious sound infused nu-jazz with the climactic disciplines of Talk Talk and Tortoise. They're pretty old now, though, and this year marks their twentieth anniversary, so they've reissued their most bombastic and jazz-dominated work, A Livingroom Hush.

John Cale
The Academy In Peril

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Luke Vibert
Halloween (Part Two) EP

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Molly Drake
Molly Drake

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Muck And The Mires
Dial M For Muck

‘Dial M For Muck’ is the latest from Boston’s garage rocker’s Much And The Mires. Teaming up with Kim Fowley of The Runaways and Jim Diamond of The White Stripes, the album features 12 songs reminiscent of The Beatles circa 1964 and the Ramones in 77. The result is a pleasing mixture of hit-worthy British Invasion style '60s bubblegum and '70s power-pop.

Nancy Wallace
January / 200 Miles

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Nest
Retold

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NPLGNN
Sigma / Tau

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Peter Zummo (featuring Arthur Russell)
Lateral Pass

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Poborsk
Computer Love

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Prostitutes
Ecstasy, Crashing Beats and Fantasy


  • Vinyl 12" (DIAG015)
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Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin
Jane and Serge 1973

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Shiny Two Shiny
When The Rain Stops

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Smashing Pumpkins
Monuments To An Elegy

Now that Billy Corgan is done composing and performing eight-hour tributes to Herman Hesse novels -- and making Oneohtrix Point Never laugh in the process -- he's decided to return to that little side project of his, also known as the Smashing Pumpkins. Monuments To An Elegy is their eighth record and hold the indie rock: we want it as pretentious as we know you can make it, Billy.
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Sylvie Simmons
Sylvie

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Teste
The Rewipes Pt. 2

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The Emperor Machine
Pop The Lid

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The Knife
Shaken-Up Versions

‘Shaken-Up Versions’ is a mini album featuring classic tracks by Swedish electronic music duo The Knife. The tracks here are reworked especially for their recent North American tour of 2013’s ‘Shaking the Habitual’ LP. Just as 'rejuvinating' as their live shows, it's sure to be mandatory listening for fans of the band. 

Tuff Sherm / Dro Carey
Scope EP

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Various
The Deeply Vale Box Set

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Various
Decadubs 5

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Wil Bolton
Whorl

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Youth Code
A Place to Stand EP

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