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Update Featuring Bark Psychosis, Gnod, Actress, The Advisory Circle, The Fall.

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Records eh? Who wants some? We have loads for sale, any shape as long as they are round. All kinds of colours...black… everything, Whatever you want. Buy now and we’ll ship in time for the long weekend (UK people). Also we are being really nice this week so everything is super, all is wonderful ….apart from Snow Patrol.

New.

Newness ends...

  • Jenny Hval gets all jazz on our asses. Robin is off ‘sick’. Coincidence?
  • The Messthetics are what happens when you take some Fugazi members and add a jazz guy.
  • Snow Patrol redefine the word dull. Dull as a brush.
  • Agnes Obel gets to choose some Late Night Tales. Beware: she may not get the party started.
  • Kamaal Williams makes lovely jazzy stuff. No skronk.  
  • Chvrches. I don’t know what to say other than they have a ‘v’ instead of a ‘u’.
  • Tracyanne & Danny. Camera Obscura lady collabs with a bloke called Danny.
  • Wooden Shjps get more relaxed despite flicking the ‘v’s.  
  • Dulcimer battering folksters Memory Drawings drop a small mini one.  
  • The Left Outsides are married and make sweet music together. Cute.
  • Post punkers Nexda made their drums themselves.
  • Hardcore sorts Vitamin X regain the thrash.
  • Sweatson Klank has the best name ever. We all want to be called Sweatson Klank.
  • Fonda 500 return in order to completely disregard genres.
  • Halo Maud makes delicious dream pop all the way from France.  
  • Deeper are your next post Women guitar squeakers. They even have a song called ‘Pavement’.
  • Remember Sports used to be called Sports but now you are invited to remember them.
  • Wand also do a mini album thing. People love mini albums this week.
  • Jo Passed are like 10CC having digested the last 20 years of indie rock.
  • E are the post hardcore supergroup you wouldn’t want to google.
  • Limb expand from sludge doom into synths and kraut. How dare they?

Reissues:

A past gone mad….

  • Bark Psychosis’ brilliant 2004 album ‘Codename: Dustsucker’ gets an essential re-issue.
  • When A Certain Ratio start to get a bit lost.
  • Superb post punk re-issue from NZ’s Nocturnal Projections (Peter & Grame Jeffries/This Kind of Punishment etc).
  • The Heads release ‘Rkt’. I thought it meant ‘Racket’ but it means ‘Rocket’.
  • Posh re-issue of another burst of The Fall chaos.
  • Blouse are not Chris Morris’s Pulp parody.
  • Funk madness from The Stretchmarks (Blue Orchids/Nico band members)  
  • Emotional Response continue their quest to release music by anyone who has ever breathed with this Robert Storey thing.
  • Orch-pop masterpiece from Jeremy Enigk re-done on Sub-pop
  • Julie Doiron gets her lyrical wonders re-done.

Ant’s Electronic Round-up:

Opal tapes ...or opal fruits?

7”s

Random noise bursts...

 

Other stuff

Epilogue:

Remember it’s a Bank Holiday in the UK so please do not expect us to attend work on Monday.  We’ll catch up with things on Tuesday though. Honestly.

Words: Clint and Ant.

Work:   Kim, Jamie, Benn, Robin, Daoud, Phil, Nathon and ‘cats’.  

Customer Compliment of the Week:

“Not a scratch on it!”

Here are our Feefo reviews. On the whole, they are ok.