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High/Low (remastered) (reissue) (gatefold orange vinyl LP + booklet + insert)
Cat: 616948 914059. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Indie
  1. Deeper Well (3:59)
  2. The Plan (4:33)
  3. Popular (3:41)
  4. Sleep (3:46)
  5. Stalemate (3:46)
  6. Treehouse (2:43)
  7. Icebox (3:18)
  8. Psychic Caramel (4:00)
  9. Hollywood (2:21)
  10. Zen Brain (4:26)
 in stock $37.92
Cat: SLANG 50246. Rel: 07 Feb 20
Indie
  1. So Much Love
  2. Come Get Me
  3. Live Learn & Forget
  4. Just Wait
  5. Something I Should Do
  6. Looking For You
  7. Crowded Star
  8. Mathilda
  9. Ride In The Unknown
Review: Some bands just can't be kept down, not that we'd want to try so the point is perhaps hard to prove. Self-doubt aside, Nada Surf are one of those groups, veterans of the Brooklyn indie rock scene that don't seem to have a bad album in them, "Never Not Together" is their glorious ninth, and it's just as powerful, optimistic yet reflective as ever.

Throughout their oeuvre the outfit have always felt as though they were in search of something, not that there are any sonic elements missing. Here again we can't help but feel a tangible yearning, that speaks to our hearts and feet as one. The propellant rhythm but sparse instrumentation on "So Much Love", the evolution of "Mathilda" from humble intro to full-throttle riff march are just two examples that invoke a sense of journey, which sounds so good. As such here's hoping they never reach that destination.
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 in stock $11.65
Never Not Together (gatefold LP + insert)
Cat: SLANG 50246LP. Rel: 07 Feb 20
Indie
  1. So Much Love (3:53)
  2. Come Get Me (4:52)
  3. Live Learn & Forget (4:22)
  4. Just Wait (3:53)
  5. Something I Should Do (4:33)
  6. Looking For You (5:52)
  7. Crowded Star (4:36)
  8. Mathilda (6:09)
  9. Ride In The Unknown (3:57)
Review: Some bands just can't be kept down, not that we'd want to try so the point is perhaps hard to prove. Self-doubt aside, Nada Surf are one of those groups, veterans of the Brooklyn indie rock scene that don't seem to have a bad album in them, "Never Not Together" is their glorious ninth, and it's just as powerful, optimistic yet reflective as ever.

Throughout their oeuvre the outfit have always felt as though they were in search of something, not that there are any sonic elements missing. Here again we can't help but feel a tangible yearning, that speaks to our hearts and feet as one. The propellant rhythm but sparse instrumentation on "So Much Love", the evolution of "Mathilda" from humble intro to full-throttle riff march are just two examples that invoke a sense of journey, which sounds so good. As such here's hoping they never reach that destination.
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 in stock $21.66
Never Not Together (gatefold limited pink vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: SLANG 50246X. Rel: 07 Feb 20
Indie
  1. So Much Love (3:55)
  2. Come Get Me (4:51)
  3. Live Learn & Forget (4:21)
  4. Just Wait (3:54)
  5. Something I Should Do (4:33)
  6. Looking For You (5:51)
  7. Crowded Star (4:36)
  8. Mathilda (6:08)
  9. Ride In The Unknown (3:58)
Review: Some bands just can't be kept down, not that we'd want to try so the point is perhaps hard to prove. Self-doubt aside, Nada Surf are one of those groups, veterans of the Brooklyn indie rock scene that don't seem to have a bad album in them, "Never Not Together" is their glorious ninth, and it's just as powerful, optimistic yet reflective as ever.

Throughout their oeuvre the outfit have always felt as though they were in search of something, not that there are any sonic elements missing. Here again we can't help but feel a tangible yearning, that speaks to our hearts and feet as one. The propellant rhythm but sparse instrumentation on "So Much Love", the evolution of "Mathilda" from humble intro to full-throttle riff march are just two examples that invoke a sense of journey, which sounds so good. As such here's hoping they never reach that destination.
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 in stock $20.86
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