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Any Human Friend (pink marbled vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: AMFLPX 0013. Rel: 09 Aug 19
  1. Wanderlust (3:07)
  2. The One (3:49)
  3. All Night (3:42)
  4. Blow (3:31)
  5. I'm Not Where You Are (3:43)
  6. Send My Love (5:27)
  7. Hand Solo (3:52)
  8. Conventional Ride (4:09)
  9. Come Undone (3:45)
  10. Hold On (2:55)
  11. Any Human Friend (3:10)
Review: The third album from Marika Hackman, and arguably her most honest and exposed to date. An artist who has tangibly progressed from what was already a head start, it's a complex record that seems to be the sum of the artist's previous parts. A proud and forthright declaration of someone arriving at where they want to be wouldn't be putting it too far. It's scuzzy, desolate, bleak and then at the same time energetic, poised, guttural, disco. Tracks such as "Send My Love" couldn't be more emotionally charged, but nor could they be more inviting- somewhere between this life and the next- inviting and then visceral. Flip it and find "Conventional Ride" and "Come Undone" as two tracks that are entirely different but share one thing in common; a heartbreaking work of extraordinary genius.
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Hopeless Fountain Kingdom (gatefold coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: 574992 2. Rel: 02 Jun 17
  1. The Prologue (1:47)
  2. 100 Letters (3:23)
  3. Eyes Closed (3:20)
  4. Alone (3:26)
  5. Now Or Never (3:34)
  6. Sorry (3:33)
  7. Good Mourning (1:07)
  8. Lie (feat Quavo) (2:30)
  9. Walls Could Talk (1:42)
  10. Bad At Love (2:58)
  11. Strangers (feat Lauren Jauregui) (3:41)
  12. Devil In Me (4:10)
  13. Hopeless (feat Cashmere Cat) (3:02)
Review: Kicking off with recited verses from Romeo And Juliet and barely scaling the drama down from that point onward, 'Hopeless Fountain Kingdom' is a relentlessly far-reaching album from the Jersey born artist formerly known as Ashley Frangipane. Yet in a pop landscape increasingly dominated by radio-ready blandness and empty soundbites, these soul-searching and angst-ridden ditties bear genuine emotional heft to match their super-producer gloss, arriving at an arrestingly synth-driven sound more Depeche Mode than Ellie Goulding, and dissecting her trials and travails in a manner that suggests a fearless and feral talent built to last. A widescreen tour-de-force from a very 21st-century pop star.
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Beyond The End (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PODR 003LP. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. Diving Bell (4:36)
  2. Wolves Change Rivers (3:44)
  3. Duet For Ghosts (3:34)
  4. Empress Of The Lake (3:35)
  5. Keep Us Safe (3:55)
  6. Faded Photographs (1:54)
  7. For My Father (3:05)
  8. For My Mother (2:31)
  9. Beneath The Brine (3:09)
  10. There Is Still A Fire (2:53)
  11. Circling Red Kites (2:44)
  12. Whiskey Held My Sleep To Ransom (3:27)
Review: Delivering what will go down as Ed Harcourt's first instrumental album - not taking anything away from his original stylings - Beyond The End provides what Harcourt himself has described as a soundtrack for walking around an unfamiliar city. True; gracious keys of pianos do shimmer and glisten like light splitting through the cracks of hazel and birch trees lining so many CBDs, but moreover, the music is given overture by Gita and Amy Langley on cello and violin. Recorded in Harcourt's Wolf Cabin studio in Oxfordshire for extra autumnal effect it's perfect for that movie in your head.
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Party (LP)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0008LP. Rel: 19 May 17
  1. Blend (2:28)
  2. Imagining My Man (5:48)
  3. Living The Classics (2:42)
  4. Party (5:41)
  5. I'm So Sorry (3:47)
  6. Horizon (4:10)
  7. What If Birds Aren't Signing They're Screaming (3:03)
  8. The World Is Looking For You (5:05)
  9. Swell Does The Skull (5:51)
Review: It may be open to debate how ironic that title is - the New Zealand-born singer-songwriter Harding insists that it's not. But the fact that this record isn't overburdened by elated atmospherics takes nothing away from a quietly powerful, reflective and charismatic piece of work. PJ Harvey comparisons (particularly in relation to 'White Chalk') are bound to present themselves, especially with longtime Peej collaborator John Parish on board, but 'Party' is a dark gem with a lustre all its own. not to mention brio, humour and subtlety to spare.
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The Hope Six Demolition Project (limited gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: 477454 5. Rel: 15 Apr 16
  1. The Community Of Hope (2:21)
  2. The Ministry Of Defence (4:10)
  3. A Line In The Sand (3:31)
  4. Chain Of Keys (3:08)
  5. River Anacostia (4:56)
  6. Near The Memorials To Vietnam & Lincoln (2:56)
  7. The Orange Monkey (2:45)
  8. Medicinals (2:18)
  9. The Ministry Of Social Affairs (4:10)
  10. The Wheel (5:37)
  11. Dollar, Dollar (5:33)
Review: Arguably the most consistent mainstream artist of the last two decades on the planet, Polly Harvey is nonetheless never content resting on her laurels. Moreover, The Hope Demoltion Project may be her most ambitious album yet - not only one chronicling manifold travels to Afghanistan, Kosovo and Washington DC and concerned lyrically with global war and poverty, but one whose genesis was watched by the public as part of an art installation. Yet oddly even with the weight of expectation to consider, this may be Harvey's most infectious catchy and fleet-footed collection of songs to date. With a garagey rawness of delivery harking back to her earliest work and an imaginative richness of arrangement, these melodious and haunting songs tackle difficult subjects with alacrity and no little gravtias, testimony to a rare talent on potent form.
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Keepsake (limited clear vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 170C. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Not That Kind (3:51)
  2. Without A Blush (4:58)
  3. Her Own Heart (3:53)
  4. Obsessed (5:14)
  5. Unwanted Guest (4:56)
  6. Secret (4:03)
  7. Kiss The Stars (4:08)
  8. Stay With Me (4:54)
  9. When I Get Out (4:30)
  10. Keep (4:29)
Review: Harriette "Hatchie" Pilbeam has been in the incubator of London label Heavenly for roughly two years now, with the label slowly establishing the artist before this debut with a slick run of 7" singles and promo material. Colliding breathy synth pop with reverb-drench folk, a touch of trip hop and good old-fashioned indie, Keepsake presents the debut opus from an emerging talent that's helping define what Shoegaze can be for 2019. Highlights include the Enya-like "Secret" and the melancholic two step beats of "Stay With Me". With touches of Boards Of Canada to be found in Hatchie's music too, there's a deep musical brain behind these beats and it should not be slept on. Check. It. Out.
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Lady's Bridge (reissue) (limited coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: SETLP 171C. Rel: 01 Oct 19
  1. Valentine (4:26)
  2. Roll River Roll (5:03)
  3. Serious (3:25)
  4. Tonight The Streets Are Ours (3:39)
  5. Lady Solitude (5:32)
  6. Dark Road (3:48)
  7. The Sea Calls (5:45)
  8. Lady's Bridge (3:58)
  9. I'm Looking For Someone To Find Me (3:18)
  10. Our Darkness (4:03)
  11. The Sun Refused To Shine (4:52)
Review: Richard Hawley's fifth studio album was named after an old bridge in his Sheffield hometown that connected historically rich and poor parts of the town. He used it as a metaphor for leaving his past behind - which two years prior this album included the Mercury Prize nominated Coles Corner - and embarked on a less formulaic, but just as moving and literate sound as previous records. Deeply elegant song writing, earnestness and moving pop hooks defined late-50s grooves and twinkly pianos of this most assured and essential album. Fact fans will already know that "Tonight the Streets Are Ours" was in both the opening titles of Banksy film Exit Through The Gift Shop as well as The Simpsons episode "Exit Through the Kwik-E-Mart".
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Cascades (LP)
Cat: NLNSLP 2. Rel: 05 Feb 16
  1. Boxing (4:05)
  2. Cascades (4:15)
  3. How Could You Know (3:47)
  4. Catch The Wind (3:38)
  5. Movement (3:53)
  6. Sun (3:59)
  7. London, After The Rain (3:15)
  8. Ocean To City (4:25)
  9. Vision (4:07)
  10. Fastnet (4:00)
Review: The mission statement of this duo in the run-up to 'Cascades' was apparently to create a distinctly Australian-sounding album. It's debatable whether these glistening guitar curlicues and reverb-drenched plateaus are necessarily Antipodean, but they certainly make the chill of British winter seem a long way away. Now relocated to Brooklyn, the duo deal out a dreamlike collection of synth-gorged and texturally rich soundscapes with melody and melancholy to spare. Oceanically inclined yet staring at the stars, songs like 'Catch The Wind' and the rapturous title cut are sure to satisfy admirers of Tame Impala fans with a longing for electronic sophistication, not to mention a lot more folks besides.
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Return To Never: Home Recordings 1979-1986 Vol 2 (clear vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DISC 6. Rel: 28 Feb 20
  1. Return To Never (4:31)
  2. Lake Night (3:01)
  3. Morning Machine (2:06)
  4. Early Version (4:13)
  5. Piano V (2:15)
  6. To Remember (2:42)
  7. My Thoughts Are To Thee Drawn (4:15)
  8. Guitar Echo (3:02)
  9. Forever Getting Lost (1:05)
  10. Chords (0:36)
  11. From The Night Tape (0:43)
  12. Descending (1:47)
  13. Last Thing Thought Of (3:11)
  14. Whitesnake (1:26)
  15. Gone (1:52)
Review: As their name suggests, His Name Is Alive have never really been ones for doing things by the book. The Michigan alternative outfit were born from a tape of beautifully intricate, layered sounds, and they've never really looked back since. Going on to record eight albums of sonic experiments between 1990 and 2002 for the coveted 4AD imprint, this collection of rare work from the preceding archives fills in the blanks as to what got them to that starting point. Comprising 15 tracks that could almost be read as ingredients informing the output that followed, it's an ambient opus made up of field recording-style fare, tune-ups, tune-downs and atmospheric noises. Suggestions of more complete pieces, nods to rhythms that may have existed somewhere else in time, it's one for explorative ears that aren't satisfied with anything but a deep understanding of this very special outfit.
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West Of Eden (limited gatefold red vinyl LP + 7" flexi-disc + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: LUCKY 133LPX. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. The West Is Dead (2:54)
  2. Loaded (3:17)
  3. The Ballad Of Calamity James (1:30)
  4. To The Door (3:18)
  5. Satan Luella & I (6:25)
  6. Mikey's Song (3:37)
  7. Why? (2:32)
  8. MMXX AD (0:52)
  9. 149 (feat Tallulah Eden) (2:57)
  10. Joanna (2:19)
  11. Where's Joanna? (3:52)
  12. Death Drive (3:37)
  13. Nobody Stays In Love (3:27)
  14. Blank Slate (3:42)
  15. War Is Looming (4:42)
Review: With its wildly versatile, open-minded but business-driven music industry, the UK can't help but fall victim to the hype circus from time to time. Bands garner praise, and before you know it there's a debut album out everyone is telling you to fall in love with, despite the fact you know there's nothing to adore.

Fear not, HMLTD early adopters, we also know the London quintet are every bit as good as the words and phrases talking them up, and prove it on this inaugural long form. To ignore influences of glam rock and new romanticism is to disregard many of the troupe's stylistic traits, but those are really only half the story. Diving into "West Of Eden" is like welcoming all - or at least many - of Britain's contemporary sounds into your personal space, from trap and electro to post punk and guitar artiness. Exceptional stuff we'll leave you to explore further.
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West Of Eden (gatefold LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: LUCKY 133LP. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. The West Is Dead (3:02)
  2. Loaded (3:20)
  3. The Ballad Of Calamity James (1:29)
  4. To The Door (3:18)
  5. Satan, Luella & I (6:27)
  6. Mikey's Song (3:37)
  7. Why? (2:33)
  8. MMXX AD (1:00)
  9. 149 (feat Tallulah Eden) (2:52)
  10. Joanna (2:24)
  11. Where's Joanna? (3:49)
  12. Death Drive (3:43)
  13. Nobody Stays In Love (3:21)
  14. Blank Slate (3:41)
  15. War Is Looming (4:32)
Review: With its wildly versatile, open-minded but business-driven music industry, the UK can't help but fall victim to the hype circus from time to time. Bands garner praise, and before you know it there's a debut album out everyone is telling you to fall in love with, despite the fact you know there's nothing to adore.

Fear not, HMLTD early adopters, we also know the London quintet are every bit as good as the words and phrases talking them up, and prove it on this inaugural long form. To ignore influences of glam rock and new romanticism is to disregard many of the troupe's stylistic traits, but those are really only half the story. Diving into "West Of Eden" is like welcoming all - or at least many - of Britain's contemporary sounds into your personal space, from trap and electro to post punk and guitar artiness. Exceptional stuff we'll leave you to explore further.
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Four On Ten (Record Store Day Black Friday 2019) (transparent vinyl 10" LP + insert)
Cat: FKR 1051. Rel: 05 Dec 19
  1. The Last Time That She Talked To Me (3:23)
  2. Eureka (3:21)
  3. Esther (3:58)
  4. A Snake In The Shower (3:59)
Review: Cacophonies of the most wonderful variety, it's hard not to hear anything by The Hold Steady and not want to run into the nearest late-night drinking den with a piano and demand for a rowdy sing-a-long session. Not that the single ivory keyboard would ever be enough to create the kind of power New York's enigmatic six-piece manage (beautiful though the instrument is). Four tracks make up this EP, packing arty tempo changes, powerful sax, 60s psychedelic nuances, and furiously uptempo anthems (see: "Eureka") in and among the impossible to define contents. If it's musicality you're looking for, and a sound that's something like what might happen if Bruce Springsteen hit the studio on a mild strain of acid, then consider this your essential purchase of the week.
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Mark Hollis (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
UMC
Cat: 080288 0. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. The Colour Of Spring (3:54)
  2. Watershed (5:46)
  3. Inside Looking Out (6:29)
  4. The Gift (4:35)
  5. A Life (1895-1915) (7:15)
  6. Westward Bound (4:14)
  7. The Daily Planet (7:23)
  8. A New Jerusalem (6:10)
Review: First released in 1998, the last album from the sadly missed Mark Hollis was originally set to be a Talk Talk album, scheduled to follow up 1991's "Laughing Stock". Described by engineer Phil Brown as "open, restful and at times fantastically beautiful", Hollis' only solo effort is quite the opposite of the dark and claustrophobic direction of Talk Talk's final album. Entirely self-produced, the record takes Talk Talk's pared back, emotive intimacy further into yet more minimal, private territory, of sometimes almost unbearable intensity. A complex, compelling last dispatch from an indisputable genius.
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David HOLMES/VARIOUS
Late Night Tales (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + art print + MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNLP 45. Rel: 21 Oct 16
  1. Barry Woolnough - "Great Father Spirit In The Sky" (mix 1 - Gods Waiting Room part 1) (4:31)
  2. David Holmes & Steve Jones - "The Reiki Healer From County Down" (exclusive track) (3:50)
  3. The Children Of Sunshine - "It's A Long Way To Heaven" (2:00)
  4. Spark Sparkle - "Slythtovery" (exclusive track) (2:43)
  5. Alain Maclean - "Talking Judgement Day Blues" (2:55)
  6. David Crosby - "Orleans" (1:35)
  7. Buddy Holly - "Love Is Strange" (3:12)
  8. After Dinner - "Paradise Of Replica " (Gods Waiting Room part 2) (2:47)
  9. Lullaby Movement - "Ru-Ru (Sleep Little Baby)" (3:49)
  10. Jeff Bridges & Keefus Ciancia - "It's In Every One Of Us" (exclusive track) (6:26)
  11. Song Sung - "I'm Not In Love" (6:22)
  12. Neo Maya - "I Won't Hurt You" (Gods Waiting Room part 3) (2:20)
  13. BP Fallon & David Holmes - "Henry McCullough" (exclusive track) (4:55)
  14. Documenta - "Love As A Ghost " (5:25)
  15. Keith Fullerton Whitman - "Stereo Music For Acoustic Guitar, Buchla Music Box 100, Hewlett Packard Model 236 Oscillator, Electric Guitar & Computer" (part 1) (2:41)
  16. Eat Lights Become Lights - "Into Forever" (Gods Waiting Room part 4) (5:25)
  17. Geese - "Andrew Parsnip" (exclusive track) (3:54)
  18. Die Hexen - "Gloomy Sunday" (exclusive track) (3:11)
  19. David Holmes & Jon Hopkins - "Elsewhere Anchises " (feat Stephen Rea - exclusive track) (4:53)
Review: Treading an eclectic path through a twenty year career that's taken in everything from Detroit techno to vintage French ye-ye, from breakbeat-driven floor-fillers to krautrock epiphanies, David Holmes has made his name predominantly as an exemplary crate-digger and aesthete, whether soundtracking Steven Soderbergh movies or dishing our albums of his own. Thus, it comes as no surprise that this compilation - marking something of a personal journey for Holmes - is reflective of his status as an exemplary man of taste. Whether dispensing classics by the likes of David Crosby or Buddy Holly, unreleased original solo material or killer obscurities from everyone from modular synthesis cultist Keith Fullerton Whitman to Hollywood legend Jeff Bridges, this stylish nocturnal travelogue puts the listener resolutely in safe hands.
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Aviary (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 417. Rel: 26 Oct 18
  1. Turn The Light On (4:15)
  2. Whether (2:53)
  3. Chaitius (8:16)
  4. Voce Simul (6:34)
  5. Everyday Is An Emergency (7:46)
  6. Another Dream (6:04)
  7. I Shall Love 2 (5:23)
  8. Underneath The Moon (6:52)
  9. Colligere (6:10)
  10. In Gardens' Muteness (6:36)
  11. I Would Rather See (4:53)
  12. Les Jeux To You (6:21)
  13. Words I Heard (6:42)
  14. I Shall Love 1 (5:04)
  15. Why Sad Song (5:55)
Review: Julia Holter herself describes this new album as "the cacophony of the mind in a melting world," and it provides the American singer, songwriter with her first studio album since 2015's Have You In My Wilderness. Aviary is an intrigue to say the least and it's hard not to feel as if a horror-thematic runs throughout its 11 tracks, with moments of temporary insanity and distress intertwining with hair-raising spots a ghostly allure, and it's as if any lightness in the album has had to pass its way through a thicket of darkness first. There's much dissonance to be heard here too but in a pleasantly unsettling way akin to listening to an orchestra tune itself, and with all the deep and meaningful aspects behind Holter's inspirations, it's a hell of a ride.
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Aviary (limited gatefold heavyweight clear 2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 417X. Rel: 26 Oct 18
  1. Turn The Light On (4:16)
  2. Whether (2:51)
  3. Chaitius (8:13)
  4. Voce Simul (6:40)
  5. Everyday Is An Emergency (7:44)
  6. Another Dream (6:03)
  7. I Shall Love 2 (5:23)
  8. Underneath The Moon (6:51)
  9. Colligere (6:07)
  10. In Gardens' Muteness (6:34)
  11. I Would Rather See (4:50)
  12. Les Jeux To You (6:17)
  13. Words I Heard (6:43)
  14. I Shall Love 1 (5:18)
  15. Why Sad Song (5:50)
Review: Julia Holter herself describes this new album as "the cacophony of the mind in a melting world," and it provides the American singer, songwriter with her first studio album since 2015's Have You In My Wilderness. Aviary is an intrigue to say the least and it's hard not to feel as if a horror-thematic runs throughout its 11 tracks, with moments of temporary insanity and distress intertwining with hair-raising spots a ghostly allure, and it's as if any lightness in the album has had to pass its way through a thicket of darkness first. There's much dissonance to be heard here too but in a pleasantly unsettling way akin to listening to an orchestra tune itself, and with all the deep and meaningful aspects behind Holter's inspirations, it's a hell of a ride.
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Helium Remixes (limited purple LP + insert)
Cat: LYN 52. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. All Night Long (Ciel's Daylight Saving mix) (8:26)
  2. Just Like My (TAYE//PAL mix) (5:40)
  3. Other Than (TAYE//PAL mix) (3:48)
  4. Like Mariah (Jessy Lanza remix) (3:27)
  5. Nothing Could Be Better (Foodman remix) (2:38)
  6. Another Thing (LH mix) (5:35)
  7. Just Like My (Project Pablo remix) (3:34)
  8. Another Thing (Cecile Believe mix) (4:45)
  9. Secret Track (DJ Paypal Secret remix) (4:22)
Review: After the success of "Helium", 2019's long-form from Montreal singer, songwriter and multi-instrumental hypnagogic pop soloist Homeshake, we are now presented with a slew of top drawer remixes from a selection of unarguably varied producers. Opening with Ciel's Daylight Savings Mix of "All Night Long", the trippy, dreamy garage effort sets the bar high. Similar broken joys can be found in the bass-R&B hybrid "Like Mariah", as re-read by Jessy Lanza, not to mention Cecile Believe's take on "Another Thing", with its extended build and eventual release into rolling, acid euphoria. More subdued and scatty, "Other Than", reworked by TAYE/PAL, might invoke the likes of DNTEL to some, while disco don Project Pablo delivers the finest dancefloor moment with a two-stepping vocal anthem-in-the-making - that re-rub of "Just Like My".
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The Big Exercise (limited yellow vinyl LP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeeve with obi-strip)
Cat: SP 1339X. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. What's In Store (3:30)
  2. Children's Day (3:55)
  3. Pawing (2:37)
  4. I Celebrate My Fantasy (5:05)
  5. Leap Year (4:22)
  6. The Small Exercise (2:43)
  7. The Big Exercise (4:35)
  8. Focus On The Beach (4:10)
  9. Kain (3:39)
  10. Male Bonding (5:16)
Review: Prepare to be confounded and confused, but more importantly hugely entertained. If this is your first encounter with The Homesick let's put it like this - the Dutch guitar-driven eccentrics baffled plenty with their debut long form, 2017's "Youth Hunt", and are back on similarly leftfield form here.

In many ways "The Big Exercise" is a more logical record, and it's just as musically accomplished. Calling on elements of post punk and epic wall-of-sound fare, while still managing to include folksy nuances (or even full tracks, such as opener "What's In Store"), it's the fact the band set these instrumentations to such bizarre themes that makes the whole thing so unexpected. But on this second album subject matters are more coherent and contextualised, from struggling with sleep paralysis to that eternal sense of longing. It's an enormously inventive work by an outfit that don't seem to care about boundaries or genre rules.
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Warm On A Cold Night (gatefold heavyweight gold vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 019029 5955236. Rel: 22 Jul 16
  1. Warm On A Cold Night (4:23)
  2. Til The Evening (4:37)
  3. Someone That Loves You (4:02)
  4. All In The Value (3:38)
  5. Treat You Right (4:05)
  6. Out Of My Control (4:48)
  7. Coastal Love (4:00)
  8. It Ain't Wrong Loving You (3:13)
  9. The Night (5:03)
  10. Good Together (3:45)
  11. One At A Time Please (4:40)
  12. FHKD (4:22)
Review: This East London duo honed their style in their own studios, sculpting a homespun sound that marries electronic innovation with a warmly soulful approach redolent of a welcome British answer to the glitzy R&B more commonly found across the Atlantic - kneed that rendered bt self-admitted heroes of this pair such as Usher. Yet boasting a neon-drenched late night aesthetic that's somehow maintains enough brio and quirky charm to avoid it sounding like the soundtrack to a perfume advert, 'Warm On A Cold Night' is as sleek and sophisticated as it is earthy and characterful.
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Tapes #1-3 (limited gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FP 16441. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. Nothing But Net (3:58)
  2. Be There (3:30)
  3. Courtside (3:20)
  4. Cool 2 (1:59)
  5. On My Corner (3:40)
  6. Other One (3:47)
  7. John (2:15)
  8. Grass (3:17)
  9. 4U (1:43)
  10. On Top (3:39)
  11. Let's Go (2:12)
  12. LaLaLa (4:09)
  13. Any Day Now (2:50)
  14. 4UPT2 (2:05)
  15. All My Life (2:44)
  16. Underwater Theme (1:32)
  17. I'm Hurting (2:27)
  18. Feelin Fine (3:44)
Review: Earlier this year, Indianan dream-pop group Hoops' confident debut album 'Routines' established the band amongst the stronger acts in the genre, comparable to Mac DeMarco, Mild High Club, Homeshake, Soft Hair and more. This compilation of demos and home-recordings is equally as strong, in all their retro and nostalgic haze, made even hazier by the sound of the tapes they were recorded on. For a collection of demos, it's overall wholeness is pretty impressive, and should be essential listening for any fans of dreamy, 80's-inspired VHS indie.
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V (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WOLFTONE 014LP. Rel: 22 Sep 17
  1. Hologram (6:04)
  2. Press Enter To Exit (5:56)
  3. Machine (5:18)
  4. Ghost (5:38)
  5. Point Of No Reply (5:00)
  6. Weighed Down (6:32)
  7. Gathering (4:58)
  8. World Below (3:20)
  9. It's A Good Life (4:50)
  10. Something To Remember Me By (6:34)
Review: It's refreshing to hear Faris Badwan and co. return to form with their appropriately titled fifth album. 'V' is supercharged with electronic fuzz and an anthemic rock swagger that has expanded The Horrors' sound to euphoric arena level. However, there are moments where they show signs of playing with the dark and disturbed writing that brought them fame a decade ago. This balancing act coupled with the band's reliance on electronics works in their favour, the end product being an exciting record by a band who sound bigger and bolder than ever.
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Strange House (limited gatefold LP + 7")
Cat: 477121 5. Rel: 03 Jun 16
  1. Jack The Ripper (3:00)
  2. Count In Fives (3:13)
  3. Draw Japan (3:22)
  4. Gloves (2:48)
  5. Excellent Choice (2:51)
  6. Little Victories (2:39)
  7. She Is The New Thing (3:18)
  8. Sheena Is A Parasite (1:41)
  9. Thunderclaps (3:04)
  10. Gil Sleeping (4:57)
  11. A Train Roars (3:44)
  12. Death At The Chapel
  13. Horrors' Theme
Review: It's been ten years now since this Southend-birthed collection of stylish hoodlums were one of the most divisive and derided bands in NME-land - either ludicrous clothes horses or savvy garage-rock experts depending on who you asked. Yet listening to 'Strange House' after all these years, the eyeliner and the big hair may have largely departed, but this overexcited and uncompromising debut still makes for a bracing and extremely invigorating listen. Vaudevillian flourishes, in-the-red savagery, trashy thrills and even a dash of electronic experimentation make this a document whose black-clad brio and youthful gung-ho spirit seems paradoxically built to last.
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Why Make Sense? (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 313S. Rel: 13 May 15
  1. Huarache Lights (5:27)
  2. Love Is The Future (4:29)
  3. Cry For You (4:16)
  4. Started Right (3:39)
  5. White Wine & Fried Chicken (2:57)
  6. Dark Night (5:23)
  7. Easy To Get (5:08)
  8. Need You Now (4:43)
  9. So Much Further To Go (3:09)
  10. Why Make Sense? (5:17)
Review: Hot Chip continue to occupy a unique space in British music. Yet despite their standing as a bunch of polymaths just as at home with pure pop as experimental diversions, what continues to truly separate them from all or any contemporaries is a rich melancholy to their sound, and it's this which looms pleasantly large on 'Why Make Sense'. The songwriting of Alexis Taylor and Joe Goddard has never sounded sharper, not their beat-driven yet tastefully spare sound more addictive. Now as ever, no-one can reconcile human emotion and machine-like rhythm in quite the same fashion as this maverick outfit.
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A Bath Full Of Ecstasy (limited gatefold heavyweight clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 375X. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Melody Of Love (4:18)
  2. Spell (6:17)
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy (4:00)
  4. Echo (4:39)
  5. Hungry Child (6:02)
  6. Positive (4:58)
  7. Why Does My Mind (4:52)
  8. Clear Blue Skies (6:46)
  9. No God (5:31)
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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A Bath Full Of Ecstasy (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 375. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Melody Of Love (4:18)
  2. Spell (6:14)
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy (4:00)
  4. Echo (4:38)
  5. Hungry Child (5:59)
  6. Positive (5:00)
  7. Why Does My Mind (4:54)
  8. Clear Blue Skies (6:49)
  9. No God (5:26)
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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Cat: WIGMC 375. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Melody Of Love (4:28)
  2. Spell (6:30)
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy (4:08)
  4. Echo (4:47)
  5. Hungry Child (6:12)
  6. Positive (5:09)
  7. Why Does My Mind (5:05)
  8. Clear Blue Skies (6:53)
  9. No God (5:41)
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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Jericho Sirens (coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SP 1224. Rel: 16 Mar 18
  1. I Need A Doctor
  2. Candid Cameras
  3. Why Don't It Sink In?
  4. Six Wave Hold-Down
  5. Jericho Sirens (0:38)
  6. Death Camp Fantasy (2:36)
  7. Having Another? (3:30)
  8. Death Doula (3:49)
  9. Psychoactive (3:06)
  10. Death Of A Sportsman (3:19)
Review: San Diego post-hardcore veterans Hot Snakes return with 'Jericho Sirens', fourteen years after their last record 'Audit In Progress' and following a 2011 reunion tour. Slightly longer in the tooth but markedly reinvigorated, this comeback is an explosive powerhouse of an album - all blistering and thundering backings, coupled with Rick Froberg's acerbic commentary. The songwriting is ferocious, exhilarating and intelligent, and after working on various other projects (Drive Like Jehu, Rocket From The Crypt, Pitchfork et al) the Hot Snakes lineup is sounding stronger than ever. Accompanying this comeback, Sub-Pop also plan to reissue their back-catalogue, but if this return is anything to go by, hopefully there will be plenty more new music to come in the future.
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Jericho Sirens (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SP 1224X. Rel: 16 Mar 18
  1. I Need A Doctor (2:50)
  2. Candid Cameras (2:12)
  3. Why Don't It Sink In? (1:17)
  4. Six Wave Hold-Down (3:21)
  5. Jericho Sirens (4:02)
  6. Death Camp Fantasy (2:35)
  7. Having Another? (3:29)
  8. Death Doula (3:50)
  9. Psychoactive (3:05)
  10. Death Of A Sportsman (3:21)
Review: San Diego post-hardcore veterans Hot Snakes return with 'Jericho Sirens', fourteen years after their last record 'Audit In Progress' and following a 2011 reunion tour. Slightly longer in the tooth but markedly reinvigorated, this comeback is an explosive powerhouse of an album - all blistering and thundering backings, coupled with Rick Froberg's acerbic commentary. The songwriting is ferocious, exhilarating and intelligent, and after working on various other projects (Drive Like Jehu, Rocket From The Crypt, Pitchfork et al) the Hot Snakes lineup is sounding stronger than ever. Accompanying this comeback, Sub-Pop also plan to reissue their back-catalogue, but if this return is anything to go by, hopefully there will be plenty more new music to come in the future.
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Cat: FAP 1465LP. Rel: 29 Jul 14
  1. (I Know) A Girl Called Johnny
  2. Shut Me Down
  3. Life's What You Make It
  4. Pop Crimes
  5. Nothin'
  6. Wayward Man
  7. Ave Maria
  8. The Golden Age Of Bloodshed
Review: In The Birthday Party, These Immortal Souls and Crime And The City Solution, Rowland S. Howard set out his stall as not only a rock 'n' roll renaissance man but one of the most startlingly inventive and fiery guitarists of a generation, developing the innovation of players like Ron Asheton and Tom Verlaine in his own jagged and idiosyncratic manner. "Pop Crimes", sadly, marks something of an epitaph for Howard, yet it also stands alone as a dusky, laconic and affecting collection of Lynchian serenades and torch songs. A fine testimony to a unique talent.
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Nostalgia (reissue) (white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIRELP 104X. Rel: 27 Sep 19
  1. Hate Rock Trio (2:33)
  2. Look What's Been Done (7:56)
  3. Look Down The Line (6:28)
  4. Look At That Girl (3:30)
  5. Look At Her (4:49)
  6. You Injured Me (5:23)
  7. I'm All Broke Up (5:40)
Review: HTRK's debut album in 2007 proved to be a seminal one for fans of experimental noise. It cooks up impressively abrasive and caustic textures, crashing waves of white noise and sonorous pulses that speak of a future dystopian world. Tense and absorbing throughout, the lo-fi design and elements of post punk, post industrial and post techno makes it a modern analogy of the likes of Throbbing Gristle. 12 years later, the record sounds just as good, and arguably even more prescient in these twitchy times of digital surveillance, social anxieties and worldwide political tensions. It might be bleak, then, but that doesn't mean there is real beauty in this album's disharmony.
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Undone: Live At The Crypt (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: VF 336. Rel: 29 Jan 20
  1. Timeless (part 1) (7:17)
  2. Timeless (part 2) (3:38)
  3. Undo (5:43)
  4. Landcruisin' (6:19)
  5. Sunrise (2:25)
  6. Miles Beyond (7:42)
  7. No More (9:43)
  8. Billy Preston/Spiral (9:27)
  9. So What (1:54)
  10. Lucian (2:01)
  11. Lying (6:44)
  12. One For Charles (7:15)
Review: If one thing is for sure, we would have killed to be present at Dave Okumu, Tom Herbert and Tom Skinner's gig at The Crypt in Camberwell. This incredibly talented trio don't just straddle genres, they stray so far from the path of predictability with both their choice of source material and their interpretations of that source material you need breadcrumbs to find a way back home. Not that you'd want to. Taking music by contemporary icons such as Bjork, not to mention more underground acts like Factory Floor, and juxtaposing those next to all-time heroes like Miles Davis and John Abercrombie, they create a deep and immersive jazz tapestry made from a plethora of musical textures. If anyone wanted to know what two decades of playing together and exploring sonic possibilities sounded like, this is it.
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