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  • Presenting Howlin Rain’s grand-scale new studio album: The Dharma Wheel, a six-track, 52-minute dive into a joyous fantasy realm A sonic travelogue of prog funk, psychedelia, bygone West Coast jam music and watermelon rock The triumph of a working...
  • A career spanning best of entitled A Head Full of Ideas released on Then Recordings A Head Full of Ideas sums up their remarkable progress from 1990 Manchester scene hopefuls to one of the UK’s most enduring and best-loved bands The band have notched up 13 Top 40 studio albums - three of them number ones - alongside 22 hit...
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    Heaven sent with a halo bent This is the second of three albums by The Halo Benders Don't Tell Me Now was originally released in 1996 Doug Martsch (Built to Spill, Treepeople) joins forces with other underground folks from his past and future: Steve Fisk (Pell Mell, Pigeonhed, Duck Hunt), Calvin Johnson (Beat Happening, Selector...
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    Chime School is the project of San Francisco musician Andy Pastalaniec Endlessly charmed by 80s indie and its 60s forbearers (and any record with a 12-string guitar), Andy cut his teeth as a drummer with SLR labelmate Odd Hope in their early group Pink Films; later with shoegazers Cruel Summer, and currently with indiepop outfit...
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    The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows was originally intended as an orchestral piece inspired by the landscapes of Iceland This last year has seen Albarn return to the music in lockdown and develop the work to 11 tracks which further explore themes of fragility, loss, emergence and rebirth The result is a panoramic...
  • Originally released in CD only format on the legendary 4AD Records in 2002, this album is re-issued here for the first time on vinyl on the Second Language Music label This post-rock classic by the Anglo-French band, Piano Magic, is notable not only for featuring the first recording in 30 years by long-lost freak folk doyenne,...
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    Emma Ruth Rundle’s forthcoming Engine of Hell vinyl is stark, intimate, and unflinching For anyone that’s endured trauma and grief, there’s a beautiful solace in hearing Rundle articulate and humanize that particular type of pain not only with her words, but with her particular mysterious language of melody and timbre The...
  • Q: What happens when you combine three women bassist singers from 70s/80s Swiss bands A: a trio-full of sinuous music which reclaims the minimalist sound of the post-punk that they first created themselves In September 2018, after decades of friendship, three women decided to finally combine forces for a show of strength The...
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    Reissue of the 1991 Primal Scream album on double picture vinyl, housed in a gatefold...
  • BACK IN PRINT! Recorded live in Amsterdam in 1988, on the Perfect Prescription tour, 'Performance' is a fine document of Spacemen 3's early, noisier sound, a hopped up version of the band's more woozy recorded output Edition on 180-GRAM...
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    Here reissued on 140-GRAM BLACK VINYL, Spacemen 3's 1986 debut-album was a blistering affair, establishing the band's love of the two-chord song and also expressing huge admiration for the likes of MC5, The 13th Floor Elevators and The Stooges 'Sound Of Confusion' offers seven tracks of overdriven assault, with a strange bleakness...
  • previously unreleased demos and work-in-progress mixes of primal screams era-defining classic album, screamadelica - providing a new insight into the album’s creation liner notes by jon savage pressed on 180g double vinyl, and includes download code originally released in 1991, primal scream’s ‘screamadelica’ is one of...
  • Recorded in 2005 as the follow up to Flowers, Siberia is the tenth studio album by Liverpudlian post-punk legends Echo and the Bunnymen Siberia was produced by Hugh Jones (who had previously produced the band’s 1981 classic Heaven Up Here) and was written by founding Bunnymen members Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant 25 years on...
  • On their self-titled fourth album, La Luz launch themselves into a new realm of emotional intimacy for a collection of songs steeped in the mysteries of the natural world and the magic of human chemistry that has found manifestation in the musical ESP between guitarist and songwriter Shana Cleveland, bassist Lena Simon, and...
  • The 1994 full-length by the short-lived US '60s influenced pop/psych act, reissued on COLOURED...
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    Killing Joke is the eleventh studio album of the band of the same name With the context of the beginning of the American empire this album is heavy and aggressive Dave Grohl (Nirvana/Foo Fighters) performed the drums on the album and integrated some of his famous drum rolls in the different songs There are other moments of...
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    BACK IN PRINT! Solo album number 24 from the tireless Guided By Voices auteur! The meticulously constructed album is overstuffed with hooky tunes, riffs aplenty and skewed/skewering...
  • “The art of the remix has been around for several decades, from the fervid imaginations of JA pioneers like Coxsone Dodd, Duke Reid or King Tubby to the disco enthusiasts of New York, such as Tom Moulton, who bequeathed us the modern iteration of the remix and provided a template from which most remixers still work Moulton's...
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    The Spaceman Reissue Program continues with J SPACEMAN and company's epic fourth album Reissued with new artwork on limited double 180-gram ivory-colored vinyl in an edition of 1,000...
  • Circuit des Yeux’s first studio album since 2017, -io, and her first for Matador Records The sky over -io is Florida’s strange, radiant orange It’s a built environment, unnatural, made from concrete and glass, with skyscrapers that stretch to the vanishing point as you gaze up at them It’s crumbling and suffocating, a...
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    The English formation has sold over 10 milion albums and toured the world the last two decades They mix influences from trip hop, rock, folk rock and downtempo, and have produced nine studio albums since 1995 Two of which reached the UK top ten, including The Antidote on #17 Morcheeba's The Antidote is a special one It is the...
  • This is the debut where The Reds, Pinks & Purples solidified the cathartic kitchen pop of later more widely distributed titles on Tough Love and Slumberland As The Reds, Pinks & Purples Glenn Donaldson - the man with the lengthy Discogs page - decided to find his way out of the wilderness following some big and small...
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    Nearly everything written about Tonstartssbandht opens with a running tally of the Orlando-based brothers Andy and Edwin White’s recorded output, which adds up to 18 albums with the release of Petunia Numbers, however, don’t adequately describe their latest LP’s place in a sprawling discography that spans 14 years and a...
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    Toronto’s Ducks Ltd (formerly Ducks Unlimited), the bright jangle-pop duo of Tom McGreevy (lead vocal, guitar, bass, keyboards) and Evan Lewis (guitar, bass, drum programming), accomplish the impossible The pair craft songs that play to very specific inspirations without drowning underneath them—immediately evidenced on their...
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    Lykke Li’s Second Studio album “Wounded Rhymes” reaches its 10 Year Anniversary this year & in celebration, Lykke is releasing an expanded 2LP Anniversary Edition on 180g vinyl The expanded album features the entire studio album in full (with seminal singles “I Follow Rivers”, “Get Some”, and “Youth Knows No...
  • The album follows Stevenson's 2019 career milestone The Big Freeze, celebrated for its 'finely detailed, wrenchingly intimate songwriting' (All Songs Considered), and a 2020 NPR Tiny Desk (counted as one of the year's 20 Best) Produced by John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr, Kurt Vile,) at The Building in Marlboro, NY, Laura...
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    Parquet Courts’ thought-provoking rock is dancing to a new tune Sympathy For Life finds the Brooklyn band at both their most instinctive and electronic, spinning their bewitching, psychedelic storytelling into fresh territory, yet maintaining their unique identity Built largely from improvised jams, inspired by New York...
  • Parquet Courts' thought-provoking rock is dancing to a new tune Sympathy For Life finds the Brooklyn band at both their most instinctive and electronic, spinning their bewitching, psy- chedelic storytelling into fresh territory, yet maintaining their unique identity Built largely from improvised jams, inspired by New York clubs,...
  • Nick Cave Productions & BMG announce B-SIDES & RARITIES PART II "B-Side And Rarities Part II was compiled by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis and features 27 tracks from “Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!” in 2006 to 2019s “Ghosteen” Also features 19 rare and unreleased tracks including first recordings of ‘Skeleton Tree’,...
  • After a four-year hiatus exploring ambient and meditation music, Danish multi-instrumentalist Anders Rhedin has returned to his indie roots Dream Work, his third album as Dinner, is a lush collection of synth and guitar-laden indie pop that expertly channels Ryuichi Sakamoto, early British indie, and the sound of water Like most...
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    Los Angeles band Dummy refuses to slow down After releasing two cassette EP’s in 2020 (on Popwig and Born Yesterday respectively), Dummy’s debut full-length album arrives via Chicago’s Trouble in Mind Records Employing pummeling guitars and celestial ambience within the same breath, the band folds a myriad of reference...
  • ‘Melodi’ is the second album from captivating duo Kit Sebastian (aka Kit Martin and Merve Erdem) Those familiar with the band's cult classic 2019 debut record 'Mantra Moderne' will instantly recognise their unique sound that blurs boundaries of world music, jazz and psychedelia Not to be content replicating the same album,...
  • This is a truly remarkable story You'd have only previously heard Magic Roundabout if you'd been there for the support slots at The Pastels and Inspiral Carpets gigs in the mid '80s Via a whole load of serendipity via Ian Masters (Pale Saints) and Warren Defever (His Name Is Alive), their recordings found their way to Third Man...
  • When Minus the Bear played their debut show in Seattle back in September 2001, there was an immediate hype surrounding the band The individual members had already established themselves on a national level with earlier music projects, and their debut EP This Is What I Know About Being Gigantic was already available at the merch...
  • The Path of the Clouds, Marissa Nadler’s ninth solo album, is the most stylistically adventurous, lyrically transfixing, and melodically sophisticated collection of songs in her already rich discography Gripped by wanderlust while suddenly housebound at the start of the pandemic in 2020, Nadler escaped into writing, and came...
  • In Pond’s universe nothing stays still for long Although no one who heard 2019’s “Tasmania” could possibly describe its pulsating psych - pop as straight, Pond wanted to try a more spontaneous way of working for their next record Taking a leaf out of krautrock outliers Can’s book, at the start of 2020, Pond embarked on...
  • For this one, Jack and Meg decamped to Memphis to record at the legendary Easley-McCain Studio and walked away with a bonafide classic Unique for a White Stripes album, as it contains no covers, no guest musicians, no blues and no guitar solos, this album would be most of the world's introduction to the band While the video for...
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    With their first two albums "West End Coast" (2015) and "AM Waves" (2018), Andy Platts and Shawn Lee, better known as Young Gun Silver Fox, formulated a modern version of the classic West Coast and soft rock sounds The third album "Canyons" consequently develops the formula with ten well thought-out compositions, wonderful...
  • On Wayfinder, the follow-up to the acclaimed 2019 album Free Company, Oakland-based songwriter Taylor Vick, under her songwriting moniker Boy Scouts, chases down life’s queries to the very edge of the horizon This is an album that’s not afraid to track down what it all means -- how life unspools around the monoliths of love...
  • The Replacements have announced a deluxe reissue of their 1981 debut album Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash, which will have its 40th anniversary at the end of the month The Sorry Ma, I Forgot To Take Out The Trash box set that’s been put together by Rhino Records will contain 67 previously unreleased tracks that include...
  • Referencing HG Wells’ Things to Come, Marshall McLuhan’s The Medium is the Massage and Sombrero Fallout by Richard Brautigan, the themes Clinic explore on Fantasy Island are time, music and entertainment In a (coco) nutshell, Clinic have gone funky disco, broadening their sonic palette with the addition of several new gadgets...
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    My Morning Jacket will release its first new studio album in nearly six years, an 11-track, self-titled affair via ATO Records First single “Regularly Scheduled Programming” is out now, accompanied by a video directed by frontman Jim James (pictured in center) in tandem with George Mays “This song really hits home for me...
  • Chansons d’Ennui Tip-Top is the companion release to the soundtrack for Wes Anderson’s latest film The French Dispatch The album expands on the Anderson and Jarvis Cocker cover collaboration of Christophe’s pop hit “Aline” for the film, and is an entire album of French material from the same period Jarvis Cocker’s...
  • Days Of Speed is an acoustic, double live album featuring songs from across Weller’s career including the Jam classics; “That’s Entertainment” and “Town Called Malice,” The Style Council’s “Headstart for Happiness” and “Down in The Seine” and solo hits, “You Do Something to Me” and “Wild...
  • Útera is the exceptional and hypnotic sophomore studio album from Buenos Aires native Kaleema (aka Heidi Lewandowski) The album flirts between disparate styles, weaving together elements such as dub with andean flutes, or classic string melodies with ambient overtures that allow the listener to float freely in a sea of emotions A...
  • This is the second movie with Zeudi Araya, filmed in a hurry to take advantage of the success of the previous “La ragazza dalla pelle di luna” (1973) “La ragazza fuoristrada”, set between Egypt and Ferrara, deals in an unusual way with the theme of racial integration, still considered a taboo at the time especially in...
  • We Say "Finally in stock, we now have copies of Sault’s new album “Nine” On their fifth release in two years, the mysterious outfit show absolutely no signs of losing steam or inspiration Probably their most fun release to date, with tracks ranging from heady neo-soul meets hip-hop (“You From London” feat one of this...

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