Archive for the Indie Rock Category
Recut by John Frusciante and Bernie Grundman from the original analog tapes. This double disc LP includes a download card of the album plus bonus tracks in hi-resolution.
This is the second single release from L’Épée, taken from the seminal album, Diabolique. This three-track single contains an exclusive track to the release, “Shiny Shiny”. Artwork by Frank Kozik. The band are Emmaunelle Seigner (Ultra Orange & Emmanuelle), Anton Newcombe (The Brian Jonestown Massacre), and Lionel & Marie Liminana […]
An at the time unissued album from the late ’80s, recorded by a Scottish indie band featuring former members of Meat Whiplash and The Shop Assistants, finally gets its deserved release.
A collection of long lost – but recently resurfaced – recordings from an obscure British late ’70s-early ’80s new wave/post-punk cult legend. This archival release is highly recommended to fans of a.o. Swell Maps and Television Personalities.
A Beautiful Thing: IDLES Live at Le Bataclan is the brand new live album from IDLES, recorded at Le Bataclan in Paris on 3rd December 2018, at the close of a 90 date world tour. The album celebrates the band’s success over the last two years, featuring songs from Brutalism […]
2LP standard 140g black vinyl. Gatefold jacket with matte finish and gold foil lettering on the front and back. 12 x 24 printed insert with essays from Stars’ singer and songwriter Torquil Campbell and Irish journalist Ken Sweeney. Includes a download card and polybag. STARS have spent their 20+ year […]
British shoegazing/alternative rock band Chapterhouse released two albums during their existence, Whirlpool (1991) and Blood Music (1993). Just before their reunion, which lasted from 2008-2010, they released their compilation album The Best Of Chapterhouse.
Curtains is the eighth solo albums by John Frusciante. The undeniable melodic licks of Frusciante are as vibrant as ever. It’s honest, sparkly and simply magical. It was originally released on February 1, 2005. The album features contributions from Autolux drummer Carla Azar, upright bassist Ken wild, and The Mars […]
Guerrilla is the third album by Super Furry Animals. The record was released on 14 June 1999 by Creation Records and peaked at number 10 in the UK Albums Chart. With a bigger budget from Creation and choosing to self-produce the album with studio wingman / engineer, Michael Brennan, in […]
An exceptional early ‘80s guitar-powered gem, remastered in full and includes the band’s debut indie EP and both tracks from main protagonist Steve Wynn’s earlier combo 15 Minutes. “The Days Of Wine And Roses’ is as timelessly potent as the records that inspired it.” Uncut Central to the hugely influential […]
In 1981, Brenda Ray / Naffi Sandwich released the sweetly yearning “D’ Ya Hear Me!” . The song is now considered a post-punk classic, and here we have a warm digi-reggae version sung by Kyoto composer/producer/vocalist NTsKI (“Natsuki”), with backing tracks performed, recorded and mixed by Osaka-based producer/guitarist 7FO ( […]
DUSTER’s first album of new material in 20 years after selling out 4,000 copies of the recent Numero reissue box set and latest US tour. Their new video for “Interstellar Tunnel,” posted with 0 fanfare on youtube was all over Pitchfork, SPIN, Stereogum and others the next day.
“It is impossible to deny no one sounds like Eddy Current. I was hooked from riff one and I was lucky enough to do a full tour of Australia with them years ago—good fucking boys, simple as beer and chips, and that satisfying live. But that’s not to say there […]
Taken from the original 2007 masters when Pete Doherty was at the pinnacle of his creative powers, ‘Shotter’s Nation’ followed in the footsteps ‘Down In Albion’, the band’s debut album, and Doherty’s first album outside of his first band – the era-defining Libertines. Both were met with commercial and critical […]
Sarah Harmer’s breakout solo album from 2000 released on vinyl for the first time. Our band Weeping Tile was on shaky ground. I started writing some new songs and I knew they wouldn’t be suited for the band. I got asked to play a solo show at the Blacksheep Inn […]
Sarah Harmer’s second solo album from 2004 released on vinyl for the first time. Deciding how to make my second album was a little stressful because You Were Here had given me lots of exposure and opportunity and I wanted to follow it up with something strong. Initially I thought […]
Remastered from original tapes. Bonus album of unreleased demos. Co-released by band’s own label Duophonic UHF Disks and Warp Records. Another slice of perfect synthetic pop again mostly recorded in Chicago with the help of Mcentire, O’Rourke and O’Hagen – a shift back to the more approachable upbeat sound of […]
Remastered from original tapes. Bonus album of unreleased demos. Co-released by band’s own label Duophonic UHF Disks and Warp Records. Stereolab’s first full-length recording without guitarist / vocalist Mary Hansen, who died in a tragic accident in december of 2002, Margerine Eclipse finds the band soldiering on in admirable fashion. […]
Double LP version. “Over the past decade, the visionary musician Arthur Russell has entered something close to the mainstream. Sampled and referenced by contemporary musicians, his papers now open to visitors at the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center in New York, and his name synonymous with a certain strain […]
Plant, Beck, Waits, Skip! Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Modern Harmonic presents the first ever vinyl edition of More Oar‘ A Tribute To The Skip Spence Album. In addition to the full album’which features covers from Robert Plant, Beck, Mudhoney, Tom Waits, and others this edition features the wild skeletal recording […]