- This week’s pre-order thrills.
- Following on from our bits on the 60s and 70s, here's our guide to some of the under-loved albums of the 1980s.
- Read a thing about us in a magazine.
We’re back. But we've got little to say that can't be said better via the medium of a good ol' list or two. See below.
- Glasgow noise duo Honeyblood have been Congleton’d.
- Another chance to Hecker.
- Grizzled lo-fi mainstays Sebadoh.
- Slow moving pre grunge metallers Earth.
- Black Mountain’s big news is that their singer can now drive a car.
- Welsh valleys lilt-a-teer (a word?) Cate Le Bon.
- More What To Look For In Summer style documents from Epic 45.
- Aussie punks Amyl & the Sniffers with their debut including ‘Some Mutts (Can’t Be Muzzled)’. So true. So. True.
- Bucolic soundscaping from Emily A. Sprague on RVNG. (You have read our Label Watch feature on 'em, yeah?)
- Guessed-drenched new jams from Flying Lotus.
- Big Tide allow me to live out all my Dumptruck/Guadalcanal Diary fantasies.
- Thoughtful and literate modern folk pop from The Claim.
- Great Michael Head-ish stuff from Paul Den Heyer.
- Morrissey. I was outvoted on this.
- Fire! Orchestra make more weighty noise on Rune Grammophon.
- Swooping atmospheric debut from former Wild Beast Hayden Thorpe.
- Another week another Thee Oh Sees re-issue.
- Unusually instrumented slow movers Morphine.
- Loads of The Fall re-issued.
- Two ‘best of’s’ from leather trousered long runners Primal Scream
- Barely heard solo LP from Lightning Seeds front feller Ian Broudie
- Stephen ‘not Tin Tin’ Duffy.
- Industrial rock outfit Ministry.
- Two hours of unreleased Coil.
- Rare live tracks from… yup Coil again.
- Reissue of (to date) penultimate album from Scottish nice pop people Camera Obscura.
- Everything New In?
- Even more pre-orders?
- All our (many, many) re-stocks?
- What about our Forever Sale?
Back on Thursday.