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Sistahs (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: DLS 1. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Punk/Hardcore
  1. New Year (3:18)
  2. Fall Asleep (2:58)
  3. Used To Be Friends (2:07)
  4. Eyes (4:12)
  5. Way Out (2:06)
  6. Down Down (1:31)
  7. Tell A Lie (2:09)
  8. Token (3:00)
  9. It's You (2:14)
  10. How Could You Love Me (3:36)
  11. Cut Your Hair (4:10)
 in stock $17.70
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Trees Outside The Academy (remastered)
Trees Outside The Academy (remastered) (cream & army green swirl vinyl LP + 12 page booklet)
Cat: DLS 03. Rel: 24 Jul 20
 
Indie
  1. Frozen Gtr
  2. Tha Shape Is In A Trance
  3. Honest James
  4. Silver>Blue
  5. Fri/End
  6. American Coffin
  7. Wonderful Withces + Languae Meanies
  8. Off Work
  9. Never Day
  10. Free Noise Among Friends
  11. Trees Outside The Academy
  12. Thusrton@13
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Trees Outside The Academy (remastered)
Cat: DLS 3CD. Rel: 24 Jul 20
 
Indie
  1. Frozen Gtr
  2. Tha Shape Is In A Trance
  3. Honest James
  4. Silver>Blue
  5. Fri/End
  6. American Coffin
  7. Wonderful Withces + Languae Meanies
  8. Off Work
  9. Never Day
  10. Free Noise Among Friends
  11. Trees Outside The Academy
  12. Thusrton@13
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Pollination (yellow vinyl 7" + booklet)
Cat: DLS 07. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Pollination (3:45)
  2. Leave Me Alone (4:41)
Review: There's a curious tension in the air on "Pollination", one of three instrumental pieces released simultaneously by the great Thurston Moore. Not uncomfortable, and yet suggestive of some impending impact, it makes most sense when heard with its compatriots, "Three Graces: Alice Moki Jayne" and "Spring Swells", but nevertheless is a captivating four-minutes or so of music when heard individually. While the other two sound like disjointed warmups and otherworldly, sci-fi-infused crescendos, here things are far more rhythmic, flowing and deeply hypnotic. Guitar chords step over a backdrop of atmospheric echoes and chimes, hook eventually revealing itself to create what sounds like the prog rock equivalent of a shamanic ritual. If anyone had ever questioned Moore's credentials as spirit guide here's proof that he's more than up to the task.
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 in stock $10.01
Spring Swells (turquoise vinyl 7" + booklet)
Cat: DLS 08. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Spring Swells (4:37)
  2. Leave Me Alone (4:41)
Review: Appropriately titled, beguiling, cosmic-tipped, gritty stuff. No matter how long it has ever been since you got something new in from Thurston Moore it's always a pleasure, and a bold reminder of just how much the Sonic Youth hero still has to say. Not that he's particularly talkative on "Spring Swells", one of three simultaneous singles which together form a coherent body - the other two being "Three Graces: Alice Moki Jayne" and "Pollination". It's a single that's as much of an assault on the senses as it is a minutely detailed prog-rock symphony. Never really finding a groove, instead it bolts from the starting block before slamming the breaks on, transforming into a staccato whirlwind, spiralling, building, rolling and crashing through crescendos that never seem to release. Like the introduction to the most powerful gig you've never seen, it's the work of a bonafide master of arrangements, capable of conjuring genuine emotion from obscure noises.
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 in stock $8.97
Three Graces: Alice Moki Jayne (pink vinyl 7" + booklet)
Cat: DLS 09. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Three Graces: Alice Moki Jayne (4:03)
  2. Leave Me Alone (4:41)
Review: Just one in a trio of singles released simultaneously by the mighty Thurston Moore, in many ways the three should be heard together. It's not that listening to this without "Spring Swells" and "Pollination" isn't a very pleasant experience (in fact it's probably the most delicate and tender of the pack) but rather this is clearly one body of work comprising separate parts of the same theory. While the other two pack psychedelic wormholes and nervous tension respectively, this episode feels like a process of tuning whatever equipment is used to produce said noises. An overwhelming sense of calm is intruded by jarring bolts of guitar scuzz and discordance, gentile cymbals glitter before white noise takes control. In many ways this is Sonic Youth's walls of sound deconstructed, although saying that would perhaps do a disservice both to the soloist and his legendary band.
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