100% Secure Shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Secure Shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ

Eight Weeks: Indie

Home  Eight Weeks  


Items 1 to 50 of 71 on page 1 of 2
1  2  »
Cat: ER 1241. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Been Around
  2. Big Mouth
  3. Jody
  4. Charity Shop Window
  5. Someone's Gonna Break Your Heart
  6. Not That Sentimental Anymore
  7. Two Hearts
  8. Lucky Jack (20-1)
  9. Come To The Palisades!
  10. Finest Actor
  11. NY Man
  12. Pale Blue Moon (bonus track)
 in stock $12.16
Cat: OLE 14392. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. There Is No Year
  2. Dispossession
  3. Hour Of The Furnaces
  4. Losing Is Ours
  5. Unoccupied
  6. Chaka
  7. Wait For The Sound
  8. Repeating Night
  9. We Can't Be Found
  10. Nothing Bloomed
  11. Void (7" single)
Review: If you want drama, you got it. Algiers return with their third album, taking inspiration from Blake Butler's 2011 novel of the same name, a scribe they consider to be a friend, channeling the unsettling metaphorical horrors the book disturbs readers with, and carving an unsettling, dread-filled and neo-Gothic score from those body parts. At its most delicate, perhaps "Losing Is Ours", it's a tense, brooding, dark gospel journey into some imagined place conjured from the recesses of the mind you don't always feel comfortable exploring. In other moments we're talking frenetic contemporary punk ("Void"), guns - or at least guitars - blazing. Recorded in just two weeks, it's the band's most concise and coherent work to date, and also their most self-analytical and introverted. Themes can still be read as huge, but the global struggles of the past are now being read through more personal traumas.
Read more
 in stock $9.99
Cat: 19075874402. Rel: 03 Jan 20
  1. Reflektor
  2. We Exist
  3. Flashbulb Eyes
  4. Here Comes The Night Time
  5. Normal Person
  6. You Already Know
  7. Joan Of Arc
  8. Here Comes The Night Time II
  9. Awful Sound (Oh Eurydice)
  10. It's Never Over (Hey Orpheus)
  11. Porno
  12. Afterlife
  13. Supersymmetry
 in stock $13.78
Cat: TPLP 1472CD. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Pictures
  2. Youth
  3. Breathe
  4. Eventide
  5. Lazy Giants
  6. Overlay
  7. Rattled Snow
  8. Turn Gold To Sand
  9. Living Water
  10. Until Daybreak
  11. Bury The Moon
Review: Riddle us this - just what is the deal with Iceland? Left alone to float on the North Atlantic's distinctly unwelcoming and ferociously unforgiving waves, aesthetically and culturally it's a nation very much of its own mind, with its own icons and mythology. Take Asgeir Trausti Einarsson, for example.

The haunting singer-songwriter may still be unfamiliar to many English-speaking listeners despite laying claim to some startling statistics. His debut album, "Dird i daudabogn" became the fastest selling record ever in his frosty homeland, outdoing the likes of Bjork and Sigur Ros. Now he's back for a third outing, and it's one of the most Icelandic things you'll hear all year. Packed with folksy roots and immersive atmospheres, you can almost feel the wild winds blowing gales across barren, near-lunar landscapes. Recorded using just a guitar, keyboard and basic kit, in a summerhouse during the bleak midwinter, it's hugely effective stuff.
Read more
 in stock $10.54
Satt (CD)
Cat: TPLP 1484CD. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Myndir
  2. Bernskan
  3. Heimbra
  4. Minning
  5. Upp Ur Moldinni
  6. Andann Dregur
  7. Glaedur
  8. Satt
  9. Lifandi Vatnid
  10. Hringsol
  11. Vadandi Burrt
 in stock $10.80
Cat: 405053 8549041. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. A Life Less Ordinary
  2. Arcadia
  3. Darkest Hour Of The Night
  4. Kung Fu
  5. Cocoon
  6. You Can't Have It All
  7. Girl From Mars
  8. All That I Have Left
  9. Wildsurf
  10. Binary
  11. Uncle Pat
  12. Shining Light
  13. Starcrossed
  14. Buzzkill
  15. Return Of White Rabbit
  16. Goldfinger
  17. Envy
  18. Sometimes
  19. Coming Around Again
  20. Burn Baby Burn
  21. Dare To Dream
  22. Annabel
  23. Clones
  24. Projects
  25. Oh Yeah
  26. Projects
  27. Confessions In The Pool
  28. True Love 1980
  29. Angel Interceptor
  30. Jesus Says
  31. Petrol
  32. End Of The World
  33. Orpheus
  34. Walking Barefoot
  35. Jack Names The Planets
  36. Twilight Of The Innocents
 in stock $9.45
Perhaps (2xCD)
Cat: QCDBRED 794. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Those First Impressions
  2. Waiting For The Loveboat
  3. Perhaps (Dave Allen remix)
  4. Schampout
  5. Helicopter Helicopter
  6. Breakfast
  7. Thirteen Feelings
  8. The Stranger In Your Voice
  9. The Best Of You (Billy Mackenzie & Dave Allan remix)
  10. Don't Give Me That I Told You So Look
  11. Perhaps (instrumental - bonus track)
  12. Breakfast (instrumental - bonus track)
  13. Thirteen Feelings (instrumental - bonus track)
  14. The Stranger In Your Voice (instrumental - bonus track)
  15. Those First Impressions (extended version - bonus track)
  16. Waiting For The Loveboat (single version - bonus track)
  17. Waiting For The Loveboat (extended version - bonus track)
  18. Waiting For The Loveboat (Slight Return - bonus track)
  19. Perhaps Perhaps (bonus track)
  20. Schampout (edit - bonus track)
  21. Breakfast (single version - bonus track)
  22. Breakfast (edit - bonus track)
  23. Kites (bonus track)
  24. Take Me To The Girl (single version - bonus track)
  25. Take Me To The Girl (single version - bonus track)
  26. Take Me To The Girl (12" mix - bonus track)
  27. The Girl That Took Me (instrumental - bonus track)
 in stock $10.54
Paradise (CD)
Cat: TR 436. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Almost Falling In Love
  2. She Took The TV
  3. Love, Full-on
  4. Secret Life
  5. Guy Fawkes' Night
  6. Donnelly
  7. The Hotel At The Edge Of The World
  8. Sideways & The Golden Egg
  9. Lost Soul
  10. Paradise
 in stock $11.61
  1. Depreston
  2. Sunday Roast
  3. Charcoal Lane (feat Paul Kelly)
  4. Avant Gardener
  5. Nameless Faceless (feat Evelyn Ida Morris)
  6. Untitled (Play It On Repeat)
  7. Not Only I (feat Marlon Williams)
  8. So Long Marianne
Review: If you're even close to 35-years-old, the initialisation "MTV" and the word "Unplugged" likely conjures images of peak-hype Nirvana, arguably the most defining and revered of all this format's many moments. Nevertheless, Courtney Barnett's electric-free contribution to the series, recorded live in Melbourne, may well be the best conceived in the episodic series. Rather than going down the usual "Unplugged" route - hits, covers of classics and a few from the new album, sans power chords, - Barnett confirms what those paying close attention have always known to be true. Yes, she's an inspiring and inspired artist, as work like "Nameless, Faceless" shows (here turned into a duet even more resonant and chilling than the original). But she's also a community leader, a gifted collaborator who has nurtured peers - and with half this album reimagining others, she's clearly still determined to let them shine.
Read more
 in stock $10.54
Cat: SHREDS 015. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. It's Easy Then
  2. Your Light
  3. Dog Eat Dog
  4. Why
  5. Don't Think
  6. Waves
  7. Holy Roller
  8. Take A Piece
  9. Barcelona
  10. A Hundred Ways To Land
  11. ADHD
Review: It's likely "Your Light" has crossed your path by now. The track has garnered regular airplay and - even among playlists on some of the UK's more discerning stations - stands out from the crowd. The good news is the other songs on The Big Moon's difficult second are also strong, moving away from the grunginess of debut "Love In The 4th Dimension" to deliver what might be remembered as the first great pop album of the roaring 20s. And that's pop with real bite. Frontman Juliette Jackson seems capable of greater levels of poetry than many of her peers. At its most poignant taking aim at the hollowness of modern womanhood, the terror of growing up without reaching "real adulthood" (see, or rather hear: "Barcelona") and being left behind by friends and their successes. That this stuff comes with rowdy choruses (opener "It's Easy Then") and hugely emotive anti-balladry ("Waves") elevates the package to future classic status.
Read more
 in stock $9.71
Cat: CDVX 3239. Rel: 31 Jan 20
  1. If You Think This Is Real Life
  2. Your Girlfriend
  3. The Keeper
  4. My Swimming Brain
  5. Sunday Was A Friend Of Mine
  6. Oh No (I Think I'm In Love)
  7. Romance, Eh?
  8. My Vacant Days
  9. Falling For Someone
  10. Like Gravity
  11. If You Think This Is Real Life (acoustic version)
  12. Your Girlfriend (acoustic version)
  13. The Keeper (acoustic version)
  14. My Swimming Brain (acoustic version)
  15. Sunday Was A Friend Of Mine (acoustic version)
  16. Oh No (I Think I'm In Love) (acoustic version)
  17. Romance, Eh? (acoustic version)
  18. My Vacant Days (acoustic version)
  19. Falling For Someone (acoustic version)
  20. Like Gravity (acoustic version)
 in stock $12.69
Dream On (CD)
Cat: PIASR 1130CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Wish We Had More Time
  2. Heart On Fire
  3. The More I Cry
  4. Who Knows
  5. Don't Forget About Me
  6. Everybody Hurts
  7. Hold On
  8. It's OK, It's Alright
  9. This Is Where It Ends
  10. Mississippi
Review: It's hard not to feel a sense of empathy after about a minute of Alice Boman's intimate and heartfelt debut, "Dream On". "Wish We Had More Time", the sombre and wistful opening track, marks this out as the kind of album that tells us all the heartache, and tears of the last decade are likely to be just as pronounced in this one. Glittering keys atop plodding melody reminding listeners that there's still beauty in and among the pain. Following with the choral "Heart On Fire" you may think the mood has switched to a more positive outlook. With lines like "I wish we'd never met" front and centre. Which is where the genius here becomes apparent. Love songs in the most honest sense - disempowering, terrifying, desperate, uncertain and, ultimately, devastating when threads unravel. Backed with scores that suck you in like lullabies, their depth difficult to countenance, you've got yourself something special.
Read more
 in stock $10.27
Cat: 082759 6. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Get Up
  2. Is It Real
  3. Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
  4. I Can Hardly Speak
  5. Good Day
  6. Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)
  7. I Worry Bout You
  8. People People
  9. Do You Feel Loved?
  10. Let You Go
  11. Racing Stripes
Review: Don't worry, BBC fans, the title here should definitely be considered as a reference to everything other than this album. Sweeping as that is, the outfit have spent six years considering their future, going on "indefinite hiatus" following 2014's astonishing "So Long, See You Tomorrow", and offering excellent solo bits, only to return with work that's both fresh and reassuringly familiar. By now you're probably familiar with "Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)", which forsakes the soft-edges of that preceding, sample-heavy record in favour of something more in keeping with earlier, more "live sounding" fare. There's plenty more here along those lines, not least "I Can Hardly Speak" and the title number itself. Efforts like "Let You Go" rely on glitchy electronics for impact, instrumentation that sounds cast in vivid moonlight abounds on "People People", while "Get Up" is a sultry, sax-filled anthem. This is indeed how you stage a comeback.
Read more
 in stock $9.18
Boniface (CD)
Cat: TRANS 436CD. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. Waking Up In Suburbia
  2. I Will Not Return As A Tourist
  3. Keeping Up
  4. Dear Megan
  5. Oh My God
  6. Fumbling
  7. Your List
  8. Ghosts
  9. Wake Me Back Up
  10. It's A Joke
  11. Stay Home
  12. Making Peace With Suburbia
 in stock $10.27
Cat: COOKCD 720. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. City Of Angels
  2. Runnin' Down A Dream
  3. Vultures
  4. Ant Life
  5. Rainbow
  6. The Heart Of It All
  7. Hey World
  8. The National Bird Of India
  9. Just For Today
  10. See Your Face Again
  11. Boulevard
  12. Counting Fireflies
  13. Below Zero
 in stock $10.54
Cat: RUSCD 8214. Rel: 16 Jan 20
  1. Super Bad
  2. Sax Maniac
  3. Almost Black
  4. White Cannibal
  5. I Got You (I Feel Good)
  6. Melt Yourself Down
  7. Hell On Earth
  8. King Heroin
  9. My Infatuation
 in stock $13.51
Cat: LO 167CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Bring Your Dolphin
  2. Pea Shore
  3. I Am The Emotion
  4. I Recommend You Do The Same
  5. Loaded Words
  6. Merch
  7. Toothless Fuckface
  8. Hard
  9. Help Mother
  10. Don't Say It Like That
 in stock $11.61
Carousel (CD)
Cat: LIN 004CD. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Be Somebody Else
  2. Carousel
  3. Run
  4. Imaginary Nation
  5. Howling At The Moon
  6. I Surrender
  7. Algorhythm
  8. Snake Oil
  9. Super Blue Blood Moon
  10. Last Things First
Review: Change lies at the very heart of "Carousel", the third and perhaps most-eagerly anticipated Clock Opera album to date. After all, it has been a long time coming. Spurred on by the personal experiences of Guy Connelly, if you're looking for something to buy loved ones as they enter parenthood for the first time, this may be it.

That's not a reference to dad rock or housewife pop. In the grand scheme of electronic music this is certainly at the safer end, informed by Brian Eno's ambience or "Homogenic"-era Bjork as much as sprawling, classically-informed science fiction. But it's anything but throwaway. Instead, it's the overarching themes that mark this one out as the ideal gift for those in periods of great transition. It looks at the challenges of newfound fatherhood, considers sacrifices necessary to alter behavioural patterns and asks what identity really means. Profound stuff.
Read more
 in stock $11.61
Cat: ARMCD 066. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Maria Imbrium
  2. Picassa
  3. The Sun Is A Maze
  4. Obsession Stares Back
  5. Private Screening
  6. The Belonging
  7. Young Magician
  8. The Black Hive
  9. LWW
  10. Picassa (Dan Milligan Fantome Tranquile remix)
  11. The Sun Is A Maze (Dan Milligan M:Descent remix)
 in stock $12.95
Cat: WIGCD 419. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Become A Mountain
  2. Hypnagogic
  3. Sat By A Tree
  4. Arp I: Wide Eyed
  5. Arp II: Float Away
  6. Arp III: Far From Shore
  7. Arp IV: Any Moment
  8. Weeping Birch
  9. Fell Into The Ocean
  10. My Friend
  11. Bumble Bee Crown King
 in stock $10.27
Cat: RPUT 33CD. Rel: 21 Jan 20
  1. Echo Street
  2. Saudade
  3. Falling
  4. Lost
  5. The Shrine
  6. Olifnt
  7. Gaze
  8. Swallow
  9. My Pain
 in stock $10.07
Cat: DOC 206CD. Rel: 31 Jan 20
  1. Crimson Tide
  2. Kinda Dark
  3. It Just Doesn't Happen
  4. The Television Music Supervisor
  5. The Raven
  6. Cue Synthesizer
  7. University Hill
  8. Have We Met
  9. The Man In Black's Blues
  10. Foolssong
 in stock $10.54
Cat: 405053 859320. Rel: 21 Feb 20
  1. Pantomima
  2. Sempre
  3. Marry Me
  4. The Tide
  5. Scorpio
  6. It Falls Apart
  7. A Ghost
  8. Lockless
  9. Black Moon
  10. Slow Pan
Review: From the opening guttural bass guitars, shrill riffs, send and return vocal and reversed-out harmonies on "Pantomima", it's clear this record is going to be inescapably powerful. Just the second studio LP from Greg Dulli as a soloist, his storied history as founding member of The Twilight Singers and Backbeat Band, not to mention collaborations with everyone from Foo Fighters to Low Fidelity Allstars, shines through. Precision perfect songwriting, innovative instrumentation, universal appeal and anything but predictable. Terms like "whisky soaked", "all-American rock" and "heart-on-sleeve", apply, but there's breadth and scope too. "Marry Me" threatens to tear your ticker out and stamp on it, albeit with soft acoustic confessions. "Scorpio" takes us into near-operatic levels of balladry. "Sempre" is a rousing anthem that should be riding its steel horse to the top of charts, "Lockless" throws in a lo-fi drum machine curveball. A master at work.
Read more
 in stock $10.27
Cat: ME 001. Rel: 29 Jan 20
  1. Dreaming
  2. Enemy
  3. Sonic Boom
  4. I Wake Up
  5. Penelope
  6. Get Rid Of You
  7. Mirror
  8. Ghost
  9. Nobody Knows (Is It You)
  10. Runaway
  11. Just One Song
  12. Runaway Chorale
  13. Let It Go
 in stock $11.61
Junk Food (CD)
Cat: 844409. Rel: 31 Jan 20
  1. 7 Magpies
  2. Nice Guys
  3. Sangria (feat Arlo Parks)
  4. LS6
  5. Dead Celebrities
  6. Earth
  7. Spiders
 in stock $5.94
No Future (CD)
Cat: 852603. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. Good Morning
  2. In
  3. Hertz
  4. Static
  5. Projector
  6. Love, Death, Distraction
  7. How To Sleep
  8. Calm Down
  9. Just Saying
  10. Fomo
  11. So Far So Good
  12. Isohel
  13. ????
  14. Tides
  15. Rushing
  16. Streams
  17. 2020
  18. Out
  19. Untitled
 in stock $11.87
Therapy (CD)
Cat: TAL 112CD. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Therapy
  2. Endlessly
  3. Ramble Around
  4. Out There
  5. Nisliani
  6. Emotionally Captive
  7. Me As A Sound
  8. Lucid Thoughts
  9. He Was All Of Them
  10. Holding A Brick II
 in stock $11.61
Cat: MI 0569CD. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Sound Raging
  2. Silence/After The Fact
  3. Coffee Or Wine
  4. Best Kept Garden
  5. I Thought You Were Something Else
  6. Between Nations
  7. Change Of Heir
  8. Do You Read Me?
  9. From A Dream, Into My Arms
  10. Beyond That Of Courtesy
  11. A Shot To The Arm
  12. A Common Language (Part 1)
  13. A Common Language (Part 2)
  14. Nikon (Part 1)
  15. Nikon (Part 2)
  16. If The Wind Blows Towards The Hospital
  17. Only In A Man's World
  18. Money Is A Memory
  19. An Independent State
Review: In so many ways, "Making A New World" has been an age coming. A full century, in fact. The seventh album from Peter and David Brewis' rightly lauded outfit is their most ambitious, with the talented craftsmen forsaking the contemporaneous commentary present throughout much of their oeuvre in favour of adopting the position of historic documenters. Confused? No worries, let's cut to the kind of direct chase suited to their North East English roots. A highly political work, the record attempts to explain the shocking state of today's planet - and civilisation - by tracing problems back to World War I. And it makes a big impression in doing so. Opening with the field recording-esque "Sound Ranging", and then the startlingly tender piano solo "Silence/After The Fact", it's not long before the art-pop-prog starts to properly unfold, spanning a fittingly huge 19 tracks to close on the sinister-sounding and resoundingly unsettling "An Independent State". Marvellous stuff.
Read more
 in stock $10.27
Sanctuary (CD)
Cat: LIB 220CD. Rel: 31 Jan 20
  1. Everything & More
  2. Atlas Please
  3. Heavenly Maybe
  4. Never A Low
  5. Fantasy
  6. You're No Fun
  7. Soaking In Formula
  8. Anime
  9. Icarus
  10. Moonlight
 in stock $10.54
Cat: GBVI 98CD. Rel: 21 Feb 20
  1. Year Of The Hard Hitter
  2. Volcano
  3. Queen Parking Lot
  4. Arthur Has Business Elsewhere
  5. Cul De Sac Kids
  6. Cat Beats A Drum
  7. Windjammer
  8. Steely Dodger
  9. Stone Cold Moron
  10. Physician
  11. Man Called Blunder
  12. Woah Nelly
  13. Andre The Hawk
  14. Always Gone
  15. Next Sea Level
 in stock $15.66
West Of Eden (CD in debossed sleeve)
Cat: LUCKY 133CD. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. The West Is Dead
  2. Loaded
  3. The Ballad Of Calamity James
  4. To The Door
  5. Satan, Luella & I
  6. Mikey's Song
  7. Why?
  8. MMXX AD
  9. 149 (feat Tallulah Eden)
  10. Joanna
  11. Where's Joanna?
  12. Death Drive
  13. Nobody Stays In Love
  14. Blank Slate
  15. War Is Looming
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.
Read more
 in stock $10.54
Deleter (CD)
Cat: HF 001CD. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Luxe (feat Alexis Taylor)
  2. Deleters (feat Angus Andrew)
  3. Endless
  4. Free Gloss (feat Nicholas Allbrook)
  5. Moment
  6. Near Mint
  7. No Error
  8. San Sebastian
  9. Ruby
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Toronto's most explicitly named band, a hardware loving, laptop-shunning four-piece that were once signed to XL Recordings/Young Turks. "Deleter" is not only their first studio set for four years, but also their first self-released album. They hit the ground running via a fine hybrid indie/electronic collaboration with Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor ("Luxe"), before working their way through loose-limbed analogue funk ("Deleters"), shoegaze-influenced wall-of-sound bliss ("Endless"), skewed electro-disco stompers (the Moroder-influenced "Moment") and the kind of jangling indie-dance numbers that should prove popular with fringe-sporting misfits the world over.
Read more
 in stock $10.54
Cat: SPCD 1339. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. What's In Store
  2. Children's Dat
  3. Pawing
  4. I Celebrate My Fantasy
  5. Leap Year
  6. The Small Exercise
  7. The Big Exercise
  8. Focus On The Beach
  9. Kain
  10. Male Bonding
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.
Read more
 in stock $10.27
Cat: BELLA 993CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. The Brothers Williams Said
  2. On Your Side
  3. Movie
  4. We Don't Know How To Say Why
  5. St Francis & The Future
  6. At Lake Maureen
  7. John As Well
  8. This Boat
  9. Mary Margaret In Mid-Air
  10. Stars That Fall Away From Us
  11. I Would Be There
 in stock $11.34
AM Jazz (CD)
Cat: DOOK 150482. Rel: 13 Feb 20
  1. Good Mood
  2. Upside Down
  3. Hexagons
  4. Beatheart
  5. Tol Circle
  6. Feel OK
  7. Wonders Amber
  8. Eggshell
  9. Lander
  10. AM Jazz
Review: Manchester's Jim Noir returns with ten tracks as strong as anything that he's offered us before. A man known for his mastering of melody and ability to convey complex thoughts and feelings with relatively succinct and direct lyricism, he's the kind of artist you could easily forget how much you've missed until the next release arrives, and the memories and feelings come flooding back. Opening on the soft croon of "Good Mood", it's not long before Noir's true talent begins to show. "Upside Down"'s synth bass reverberations underpin Casio stardust punctuation and slow harmonious keyboard refrains. "Wonders Amber" invokes a journeyman, if not space-age Western theme tune. "Tol Circle" introduces ambient jazz vibes to melting pot. It's varied without every feeling like someone is trying hard to surprise, as if the different stylistic decisions made here came completely naturally. Most likely because they did.
Read more
 in stock $12.69
Cat: XL 1009CD. Rel: 21 Feb 20
  1. Cellular
  2. Supermarche
  3. Stoned Again
  4. Comet Face
  5. The Dream
  6. Perfecto Miserable
  7. Alone, Omen 3
  8. Slinky
  9. Airport Antenatal Airplane
  10. (Don't Let The Dragon) Draag On
  11. Theme For The Cross
  12. Underclass
  13. Energy Fleets
  14. Please Complete Thee
Review: Scuzzy, sludgy, creeping, muscular and delicate-enough to feel there could be a break in its bones at any moment. King Krule returns with a third album that once again tears skin open to reveal the heartfelt emotions within its lo-fi, muttered, pseudo-rock tones. Referencing Sleaford Mods on heavy opiates wouldn't be too far from the mark at times, although we're not here to simply use touchstones - Archy Marshall deserves better than that. Despite almost everything on "Man Alive!" being so quiet, it packs an incredible level of noise. Subtle licks, strange details and a deceptive depth would be one way to describe the whole package. Grunge tones ("Supermarche"), lo-fi blues pop (""Don't Let The Dragon) Draag On") are just some of the nuances it's possible to pick upon, making for a wholly original work that captivates, relaxes and uneases in equal measure.
Read more
 in stock $9.99
Cat: PNG 5CD. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Murder In The Cathedral
  2. Leslie
  3. Salary Man
  4. Gimme More
  5. Comeback Baby
  6. Soft Water Apple
  7. Football Money
  8. Nothing Changes
  9. Swimming Pool
  10. Wicked Witches
 in stock $14.58
2 (CD)
Cat: CDCV 051. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. Walkin' In Auckland
  2. Laguardia
  3. The Artist
  4. Chard Enchilada
  5. My Brother Loves Seagulls
  6. Where's Gilroy?
  7. August Night
 in stock $13.51
Cat: BELLA 947CD. Rel: 21 Feb 20
  1. When It All Comes True
  2. Baddies
  3. Every Atom
  4. Blue Screen Beams
  5. Before They Excavate
  6. Swimming Lessons
  7. Secrets & Medicine
  8. This Is Not A Drill
  9. A Fitting End
Review: If you've ever seen the "South Park" episode, "Two Days Before The Day After Tomorrow", spare a thought for Lanterns On The Lake. The outfit have been in hiatus over the last four years, returning to studio and release schedule in a world increasingly hellbent on a worrying course. Their earlier work offered warnings of impending fallout from towns that time forgot, among other omens. Those chickens have come home to roost in reality, and the vocal cries of Hazel Wilde don't ignore this. Opening number "When It All Comes True" is proof enough of this. Nevertheless, this latest expands the horizon, still dealing with big problems only different ones. Isolation, dependency and - looming largest of all - a world set ablaze by its own people. All wrapped up in shimmering, soaring, cinematic instrumentation - here more intimately realised than ever - the picture painted is a lovely sort of doom.
Read more
 in stock $10.54
Cat: LSR 001CD. Rel: 22 Jan 20
  1. Next Friday Night
  2. Trouble
  3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
  4. This
  5. Alone Here With Me
  6. She's Got You
  7. Little Bird Little Sailor
  8. In Songs We Live On
  9. You & Me
  10. Fear (Breakup Song)
  11. By Your Side
  12. Track 12
 in stock $10.54
Cat: REACTOR 01CD. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Soundhead
  2. Straight To Your Heart
  3. Forever
  4. Heaven's End
  5. Too Real To Feel
  6. Fix To Feel
  7. Head On
  8. Carry Me
  9. Rocket USA (mix 3)
  10. Soundhead
  11. Head On
  12. Soundhead
  13. Straight To Your Heart
  14. Rocket USA
 in stock $13.51
Cat: REACTOR 03CD. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Black Sun (CD 1)
  2. This Is Where You End
  3. Fever Knife
  4. Torched
  5. Fade Out
  6. Pulse
  7. A Vision Stain
  8. Got To Get It Over
  9. Black Sun (CD 2 - Feedback - Fade Out Session)
  10. Torched (original mix - Fade Out Session)
  11. Got To Get It Over (Fade Out Session)
  12. This Is Where You End (House In The Woods demo)
  13. Pulse (John Peel Session)
  14. This Is Where You End (John Peel Session)
  15. Collision (John Peel Session)
  16. I (Fade Out Guitar Loops)
  17. II (Fade Out Guitar Loops)
  18. III (Fade Out Guitar Loops)
  19. IV (Fade Out Guitar Loops)
  20. V (Fade Out Guitar Loops)
 in stock $12.16
Cat: REACTOR 4CD. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Vapour (CD 1)
  2. Afterglow
  3. The Nail Will Burn
  4. Blood
  5. Breathe Into Me
  6. From Centre To Wave
  7. Be Here Now
  8. The Nail Will Burn (Burn Out) (CD 2 - A Gilded Eternity Session)
  9. Shot With A Diamond (A Gilded Eternity Session)
  10. Afterglow (John Peel Session)
  11. From Centre To Wave (John Peel Session)
  12. Sunburst (John Peel Session)
  13. Arc-Lite (House In The Woods Session - AGE demos)
  14. Breathe Into Me (House In The Woods Session)
  15. Vapour (House In The Woods Session)
  16. The Nail Will Burn (House In The Woods Session)
  17. Be Here Now (House In The Woods Session)
 in stock $13.51
Mercy (CD)
Cat: SBR 240CD. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. Cool Water
  2. Wading In Dirty Water
  3. Fallin' Thru
  4. Children All Over The World
  5. Call The Dr
  6. Breeze
  7. Mercy
 in stock $10.27
Cat: GJ 00552. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. July 4
  2. Off By One
  3. Barricade
  4. Smile In The Rain
  5. Bodyintoshapes
  6. Untroubled Mind
  7. Rabbit Roads
  8. In The Same Place
  9. Silver & Gold
  10. Dogcatcher
  11. A Change In Diner
 in stock $10.54
Cat: MI 0577CD. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. Revising My Fee
  2. Eat The Etiquette
  3. Existential Dread
  4. Coronation Chicken
  5. Island Mentality
  6. Fruits Of The Happening
  7. Hey Gammonhead!
  8. 3D Routine
  9. Gig Economy
  10. Poverty Pornography
  11. No Signal In The Paddock
  12. Alternative Facts
Review: It's not that easy to put your finger on Mush's sound. At times frenetic without being intense, at other moments locked in a sweaty funk, the Leeds outfit certainly seem at home on the ever-reliable Memphis Industries label. Those looking for immediate guitar hooks set in a lo-fi-ish landscape should be in their element.

There's also more than a hint at where they're coming from politically, charting the time of turmoil their native Britain is stuck in on fare such as "Hey Gammonhead!". Moving past the dreaded B-word, the likes of "Existential Dread" almost positions them in a skate-blues guise, the hugely topical "Gig Economy" conjures the propulsive work rate of anyone who has to get to their next task fast in order to make ends meet, while "No Signal In The Paddock" plays with rhythm and time effectively. A rock album very much of our moment in history.
Read more
 in stock $10.27
Cat: SLANG 50246. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  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.
Read more
 in stock $11.61
Ur Fun (CD)
Cat: PRC 349CD. Rel: 23 Jan 20
  1. Peace To All Freaks
  2. Polyaneurism
  3. Get God's Attention By Being An Atheist
  4. Gypsy That Remains
  5. You've Had Me Everywhere
  6. Carmillas Of Love
  7. Don't Let Me Die In America
  8. St Sebastian
  9. Deliberate Self Harm Ha Ha
  10. 20th Century Schizofriendic Revengoid Man
Review: It's fair to say that "Ur Fun", the first album in years recorded by of Montreal frontman Kevin Barnes on his own, is less an album-proper and more a collection of very, very strong singles. Each vying for attention against some intimidating competition elsewhere on the track list, it's important to make clear that while all are individuals, the LP doesn't feel disjointed or cluttered. It's just a whole lot of, fun. "You've Had A Good Time" seems to summon the spirit of the Pet Shop Boys circa 1989. "Deliberate Self Harm Ha Ha" might remind some of Kasabian, and '"Gypsy That Remains" is a dreamy, deep-but-direct synth workout wearing heart firmly on sleeve. Sonically diverse, it's impossible to deny that to pull off something like this you really need a master songwriter and instrumental crafts-person.
Read more
 in stock $14.58
Cat: 843703. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Dust
  2. Happy
  3. Better Now
  4. Hallelujah
  5. In & Out Of Love
  6. How It Goes
  7. Drunk On You
  8. Nothing But You
  9. I Wish I Never Met You
  10. Nebraska
Review: Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and Oh Wonder have clearly attempted to distill that idea into their latest long form. So hard to pin down, the work here straddles many genres, all of which are accessible in their own way. Yet it never fully commits; universal adoration is clearly the goal.

For dedicated fans "No One Else Can Wear Your Crown" may be jarring. The record sees Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, et al, explore avenues that aren't always the obvious matches for their sweet pop lullabies. There's more than a smattering of EDM throughout, see those power drops and all that synth discordance. "Nothing But You", arguably the finest here, sees contemporary R&B and shiny hip hop flows come to the fore. Of course there's plenty of Oh Wonder-ness too, "Happy" being one example, but this will be remembered as their most daring and different to date.
Read more
 in stock $10.54
  1. Dust
  2. Happy
  3. Better Now
  4. Hallelujah
  5. In & Out Of Love
  6. How It Goes
  7. Drunk On You
  8. Nothing But You
  9. I Wish I Never Met You
  10. Nebraska
  11. Hallelujah (acoustic)
  12. Better Now (acoustic)
  13. Happy (acoustic)
  14. Drunk On You (acoustic)
  15. Hallelujah (Unplugged)
Review: Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and Oh Wonder have clearly attempted to distill that idea into their latest long form. So hard to pin down, the work here straddles many genres, all of which are accessible in their own way. Yet it never fully commits; universal adoration is clearly the goal.

For dedicated fans "No One Else Can Wear Your Crown" may be jarring. The record sees Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, et al, explore avenues that aren't always the obvious matches for their sweet pop lullabies. There's more than a smattering of EDM throughout, see those power drops and all that synth discordance. "Nothing But You", arguably the finest here, sees contemporary R&B and shiny hip hop flows come to the fore. Of course there's plenty of Oh Wonder-ness too, "Happy" being one example, but this will be remembered as their most daring and different to date.
Read more
 in stock $13.78
Items 1 to 50 of 71 on page 1 of 2
1  2  »


Eight Weeks: Indie