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Raum (12")
Cat: WRWTFWW 043. Rel: 11 Dec 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Raum (3:49)
  2. Raum (Naum Gabo rework) (5:16)
  3. Raum (Ata extended mix) (7:40)
  4. Raum (Naum Gabo rework - radio edit) (3:06)
Review: Grauzone's 1980 cut "Raum" has long been an overlooked gem - a heavyweight, dancefloor-centric post-punk disco cut that was previously hidden away on a hard-to-find compilation. Thankfully WRWTFWW Records has decided to give it a single release, accompanying the re-mastered original - a killer blend of spacey electronic pulses, punk-funk bass, snaking sax lines and electronic pulses - with some brilliant new remixes. The standout rework comes from Naum Gabo, who joined forces with Liquid Liquid man Dennis Young to deliver a percussive, low-slung take rich in fuzzy guitars, jaunty electronic melodies and breathless male vocals. The Ata Extended Mix, which opts for a more dubbed-out sound, more picturesque melodies and echo-laden guitars, is also rather special.
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Cat: LEWIS 1057. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Indie
  1. I Didn't Know (4:26)
  2. I Didn't Know (dub) (3:46)
Review: Fans of Palace will likely have been supporting the solo guise of the band's ex-bassist, William Dorey, for some time. Currently on album number four, praise has been thrown at the unarguably talented outlier from various corners of the music press, despite the fact he remains elusive in terms of both live shows and anything close to the traditional publicity circus. A man doing things very much on his own terms. "I Didn't Know" is a two-track, or rather two-version single release taken from that last LP. A song that feels out of time - oozing 1960s trippy folk-esque trappings - and yet beyond any notions of trend or era. Packed with wonderful musicality, from string harmonies to acoustic guitar-set rhythms, it's as nice as it is accomplished and universally accessible.
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 in stock $9.44
Hyperspace (cassette)
Cat: 776924 3. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Indie
  1. Hyperlife (1:40)
  2. Uneventful Days (3:23)
  3. Saw Lightning (4:05)
  4. Die Waiting (4:09)
  5. Chemical (4:25)
  6. See Through (3:50)
  7. Hyperspace (2:48)
  8. Stratosphere (3:55)
  9. Dark Places (3:49)
  10. Star (2:55)
  11. Everlasting Nothing (5:03)
Review: "Hyperspace" sees Beck venture further down the pop road, drafting in a wealth of high profile, stadium-filling collaborators to realise what's arguably his most synthesised work to date. Full marks to anyone who, upon blind taste test, immediately jumped to the conclusion this was indeed Beck. Fear not, that's less a result of his iconic and infinitely listenable voice not shining through, and more down to what else is in these arrangements. Working with legendary studio genius Pharrell Williams (who co-produced and co-wrote), you'll also find Coldplay's Chris Martin and Georgia, US rapper and drummer Terrell Hines involved here, amongst others. Together with these names we're taken into a soaring, immersive and glittering world of sophisticated but chart-friendly anthems, from clap-a-long number "Die Waiting", to the epic space-rock closer "Everlasting Nothing".
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After You (CD)
XL
Cat: XL 994CD. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Indie
  1. Prayer
  2. Loaded Gun
  3. Round & Round
  4. Cipralex
  5. Murder
  6. Gemini
  7. Let Me Believe
  8. GMT
  9. Ancient Skin
  10. Swept To The Sky
Review: A decade in the making, and then some, Jack Penate's third album is finally ready, with a little help from Paul Epworth, former Spankrock member and jazz percussionist Alex Epton, and Inflo. The canvas painted is both broad and coherent, taking in influences such as disco, folk and classic pop, which may sound disparate but, in this form at least, feels like a bizarrely natural combination. Testament to the artist, tracks like "Murder" - with their bumbling dancefloor rhythm and power synth line - sit comfortably between "Cipralex"'s delicate plucked acoustic guitars, falsetto lyrical delivery and rumbling low end; and the epic piano arpeggiations of heartstring-pulling instrumental "Gemini", with its samples of Penate's grandfather, Mervyn Peake, as read by his uncle Fabian. Elsewhere, "Round and Round" could be labelled lo-fi broken rave balladry, while "Swept To The Sky" closes out on a powerful and uplifting declaration of love.
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Hanukkah (LP)
Cat: 842515. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Indie
  1. Jack Black - "Oh Hanukkah" (1:54)
  2. Adam Green - "Dreidels Of Fire" (2:28)
  3. Yo La Tengo - "Eight Candles" (2:32)
  4. Haim - "If It Be Your Will" (3:44)
  5. The Flaming Lips - "Sing It Now, Sing It Somehow" (3:24)
  6. Alex Frankel - "Hanukkah In '96" (2:51)
  7. London Wainwright III - "Eight Nights A Week" (2:57)
  8. Watkins Family Hour - "Hanukkah Dance" (1:54)
  9. Tommy Guerrero - "Dedication" (2:54)
  10. Buzzy Lee - "Give You Everything" (3:40)
  11. Craig Wedren - "Sanctuary" (3:51)
  12. Jack Black - "Chad Gadya" (Passover bonus) (2:39)
Review: This one has been a very long time coming. It's difficult to name a single "great Hanukkah pop song", or indeed rock song, while fantastic Christmas tunes, for all the chintz and painfully sweet sentiments that saturate those festivities, are actually in abundance among the duds and cheap cash-ins. So here we have 12 odes to the Jewish holiday from a diverse range of artists, and not one that's anything short of good. Acts such as The Flaming Lips and Haim sidle up next to names like Jack Black, Alex Frankel and Adam Green, with musical supervision coming from the man like Randall Poster. If there's a criticism to be levelled it's that every band and artist included sounds exactly like you probably predicted, but that's hardly a real issue. After all, seasonal favourites are less about innovation, and all about celebration.
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Paralanguage (limited clear vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: WEBB 590LP. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Indie
  1. Calescent (6:10)
  2. Beyond The Dust (4:52)
  3. Flowerbed (5:04)
  4. Triplet (5:17)
  5. Lacuna (1:36)
  6. The Human Mosaic (4:38)
  7. Ochre Alps (6:22)
  8. The Smallest Sliver (6:10)
Review: Introverted and deeply personal, Will Samson's fifth album - and first on Wichita - is, perhaps conversely, based on an out of body experience of sorts. The death of his father, and subsequent battle with PTSD, leading him to a first and only experimentation with psilocybin, magic mushrooms to most, resulting in an emotionally charged ode to vulnerability, loss, hope, memory and recovery. A beautiful trip, crisp, dream-like, immersive electronic downbeats capture the hallucinatory state of grief perfectly. Gentile, thought-provoking lyrics - from sweet falsetto to the tender tenor - summarise the feelings we experience after being left behind. Ultimately, though, this is less about devastation and more about what happens next. A redemptive listen that screams, without screaming, words we all need to hear at some point in our lives. Things will be OK, it's just that sometimes we must face our deepest wounds head on in order to reset and move forward.
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Way Station (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: WYS 024. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Indie
  1. Boom Operator (3:09)
  2. Under Duress (4:08)
  3. The Convoy (1:37)
  4. Doves (2:55)
  5. Hospice (4:34)
  6. Monument (4:03)
  7. Empathetics (3:38)
  8. Leading The Spider On (3:28)
  9. The Deserter (2:16)
  10. Home Sweet Hole (4:02)
  11. Secret Rendezvous (5:13)
Review: Not for the faint of heart, this one. Packing rage, bleak undertones, a distinct element of dread and dismay, Pop. 1280's fourth long form outing is an accomplished work of blood, guts, and raw emotion that you wouldn't want to come up against in a fight, but probably will want to lose yourself in its murky depths. Don't be afraid, though. Instead embrace these tomes that are at once doom-filled and honest. A darkroom, gritty and wholehearted heavy rock outing that still finds time to introduce delicate moments, both guitar and piano driven ("Under Duress"), in and among its ferocity. Its synth-goth overtures (the chorus of "Hospice"), its off-key eeriness ("The Convoy"); all that's here feels purpose-built for both sweat-filled venues and cinema screens, a combination that is unarguably difficult to conceive, let alone deliver.
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Ace
Cat: XXQLP 2063. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Young Marble Giants - "Choci Loni" (2:37)
  2. The Chills - "House With A Hundred Rooms" (3:18)
  3. Durutti Column - "Lips That Would Kiss (Form Prayers To Broken Stone)" (3:48)
  4. The Gist - "Yanks" (2:12)
  5. Gwenno - "Hunros (A Dream)" (2:32)
  6. Modern Studies - "Mud & Flame" (5:18)
  7. The Clientele - "I Had To Say This" (3:33)
  8. The Royal Family & The Poor - "I Love You (Restrained In A Moment)" (3:56)
  9. Isan - "Betty's Lament" (4:55)
  10. Jane Weaver - "Slow Motion" (5:07)
  11. Echo & The Bunnymen - "Fuel" (4:03)
  12. Galaxie 500 - "Flowers" (4:29)
  13. Gnac - "The Broken Fall" (4:06)
  14. Birdie - "Blue Dress" (3:56)
  15. El Perro Del Mar - "Dog" (3:02)
  16. Stockholm Monsters - "Fairy Tales" (demo version) (4:09)
  17. Chastity Belt - "Different Now" (3:50)
  18. Blue Orchids - "A Year With No Head" (2:37)
  19. Bracken - "Ten Years" (4:01)
  20. The Fates - "Sheila - She Beats In My Heart" (6:42)
  21. Dean McPhee - "Sky Burial" (3:46)
Review: And the award for most apt compilation title of the year goes to... While on face value it may seem like the USA's Pacific North West and UK's English North West have very little in common, this collection of tracks confirm there are similarities. And they go further than the damp conditions both regions often have to endure. Cheshire-born Burgess and West Coast native Stanley have been friends for 30 years, and their respective homelands collide here. Tim Peaks Diner, established by the former as a festival pop up, apparently owes much of its stylings to "Twin Peaks", and that series-cum-movie-cum-legend has inspired much of the soundtrack to said eatery. New Wave (The Chills), opiate folk (Gwenno), psychedelic country (Blue Orchids) and plenty more help capture the mood of a fantastical waypoint on some fictional road trip.
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 in stock $29.97
Dead Horse Ghost (limited black & pink split coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: PY 103. Rel: 26 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Warschauerstrasse (2:48)
  2. Autofahrer (4:10)
  3. Einhorn Suicide (3:57)
  4. Passport To Leipzig (3:47)
  5. Paradox (4:57)
  6. Dreaming Of Florida (4:08)
  7. I'm Not Available (4:49)
  8. In The Deep Water (4:01)
  9. In The Hospital Garden (3:44)
  10. Gravity (4:37)
Review: It's pretty easy to jump to conclusions, or at least make assumptions, when words like "nihilist existentialists" are applied to synth acts based in Neukolln, one of Berlin's most desirable non-conformist neighbourhoods. And what's here certainly sounds like it fits that setting - uptempo and highly accessible on the surface, but with dark, unnerving nuances. Electro pop with BDSM tendencies, perhaps. If that doesn't sound like your kind of thing, perhaps this may change your mind: The Detox Twins' latest is tight on production and heavy on the compelling, commanding and inescapable. The result meaning that after about two minutes of "Warschauerstrasse" you're likely to be locked in for the full album. Highlights including, but not limited to, the hypnotic bumbler "Einhorn Suicide" and the unsettlingly moody "In The Hospital Garden", although everything here is top quality eccentric party stuff.
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Ace
Cat: CDCHD 1555. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Young Marble Giants - "Choci Loni"
  2. The Chills - "House With A Hundred Rooms"
  3. Durutti Column - "Lips That Would Kiss (Form Prayers To Broken Stone)"
  4. The Gist - "Yanks"
  5. Gwenno - "Hunros (A Dream)"
  6. The Clientele - "I Had To Say This"
  7. The Royal Family & The Poor - "I Love You (Restrained In A Moment)"
  8. Isan - "Betty's Lament"
  9. Jane Weaver - "Slow Motion"
  10. Echo & The Bunnymen - "Fuel"
  11. Galaxie 500 - "Flowers"
  12. Gnac - "The Broken Fall"
  13. Birdie - "Blue Dress"
  14. El Perro Del Mar - "Dog"
  15. Stockholm Monsters - "Fairy Tales" (demo version)
  16. Chastity Belt - "Different Now"
  17. Blue Orchids - "A Year With No Head"
  18. Bracken - "Ten Years"
  19. The Fates - "Sheila - She Beats In My Heart"
  20. Dean McPhee - "Sky Burial"
Review: And the award for most apt compilation title of the year goes to... While on face value it may seem like the USA's Pacific North West and UK's English North West have very little in common, this collection of tracks confirm there are similarities. And they go further than the damp conditions both regions often have to endure. Cheshire-born Burgess and West Coast native Stanley have been friends for 30 years, and their respective homelands collide here. Tim Peaks Diner, established by the former as a festival pop up, apparently owes much of its stylings to "Twin Peaks", and that series-cum-movie-cum-legend has inspired much of the soundtrack to said eatery. New Wave (The Chills), opiate folk (Gwenno), psychedelic country (Blue Orchids) and plenty more help capture the mood of a fantastical waypoint on some fictional road trip.
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 in stock $10.55
After You (limited heavyweight split coloured vinyl LP + insert)
XL
Cat: XL 994LPE. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Prayer (3:21)
  2. Loaded Gun (3:25)
  3. Round & Round (4:18)
  4. Cipralex (4:18)
  5. Murder (4:43)
  6. Gemini (3:03)
  7. Let Me Believe (4:17)
  8. GMT (4:13)
  9. Ancient Skin (3:52)
  10. Swept To The Sky (4:42)
Review: A decade in the making, and then some, Jack Penate's third album is finally ready, with a little help from Paul Epworth, former Spankrock member and jazz percussionist Alex Epton, and Inflo. The canvas painted is both broad and coherent, taking in influences such as disco, folk and classic pop, which may sound disparate but, in this form at least, feels like a bizarrely natural combination. Testament to the artist, tracks like "Murder" - with their bumbling dancefloor rhythm and power synth line - sit comfortably between "Cipralex"'s delicate plucked acoustic guitars, falsetto lyrical delivery and rumbling low end; and the epic piano arpeggiations of heartstring-pulling instrumental "Gemini", with its samples of Penate's grandfather, Mervyn Peake, as read by his uncle Fabian. Elsewhere, "Round and Round" could be labelled lo-fi broken rave balladry, while "Swept To The Sky" closes out on a powerful and uplifting declaration of love.
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 in stock $21.65
After You (LP + insert)
XL
Cat: XL 994LP. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Indie
  1. Prayer (3:21)
  2. Loaded Gun (3:25)
  3. Round & Round (4:18)
  4. Cipralex (4:18)
  5. Murder (4:43)
  6. Gemini (3:03)
  7. Let Me Believe (4:17)
  8. GMT (4:13)
  9. Ancient Skin (3:52)
  10. Swept To The Sky (4:42)
Review: A decade in the making, and then some, Jack Penate's third album is finally ready, with a little help from Paul Epworth, former Spankrock member and jazz percussionist Alex Epton, and Inflo. The canvas painted is both broad and coherent, taking in influences such as disco, folk and classic pop, which may sound disparate but, in this form at least, feels like a bizarrely natural combination. Testament to the artist, tracks like "Murder" - with their bumbling dancefloor rhythm and power synth line - sit comfortably between "Cipralex"'s delicate plucked acoustic guitars, falsetto lyrical delivery and rumbling low end; and the epic piano arpeggiations of heartstring-pulling instrumental "Gemini", with its samples of Penate's grandfather, Mervyn Peake, as read by his uncle Fabian. Elsewhere, "Round and Round" could be labelled lo-fi broken rave balladry, while "Swept To The Sky" closes out on a powerful and uplifting declaration of love.
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 in stock $17.21
Four On Ten (Record Store Day Black Friday 2019) (transparent vinyl 10" LP + insert)
Cat: FKR 1051. Rel: 05 Dec 19
Indie
  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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 in stock $18.81
Helium Remixes (limited purple LP + insert)
Cat: LYN 52. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Indie
  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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 in stock $19.98
Merrie Land (Deluxe Boxset) (B-STOCK) (limited heavyweight green vinyl LP box set + CD + 56-page hard-back book + screen print + postcards + MP3 download code)
Cat: 019029 694166 (B-STOCK). Rel: 06 Dec 19
Indie
  1. Merrie Land (4:56)
  2. Gun To The Head (4:19)
  3. Nineteen Seventeen (3:36)
  4. The Great Fire (3:53)
  5. Lady Boston (4:13)
  6. Drifters & Trawlers (2:32)
  7. The Truce Of Twilight (4:21)
  8. Ribbons (2:52)
  9. The Last Man To Leave (2:38)
  10. The Poison Tree (3:39)
  11. Introduction (0:13)
  12. Merrie Land (0:30)
  13. Gun To The Head (0:30)
  14. Nineteen Seventeen (0:30)
  15. The Great Fire (0:30)
  16. Lady Boston (0:30)
  17. Drifters & Trawlers (0:30)
  18. The Truce Of Twilight (0:30)
  19. Ribbons (0:30)
  20. The Last Man To Leave (0:30)
  21. The Poison Tree (0:30)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Small scratch to back of box (pictured)

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 in stock $83.68
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Speedy Wunderground: Year 4 (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SWY 4LP. Rel: 06 Dec 19
Indie
  1. Scottibrains - "Sustained Threat" (4:57)
  2. Black Midi - "Bmbmbm" (5:01)
  3. Squid - "The Dial" (5:15)
  4. Black Country, New Road - "Athen's, France" (6:10)
  5. All We Are & Alex Kapranos - "Heart Attack" (4:05)
  6. Tina - "I Feel Fine" (3:05)
  7. Treeboy & Arc - "Concept" (2:50)
  8. Sinead O'Brien - "Taking On Time" (3:09)
Review: It's hard not to adore the Speedy Wunderground concept. Faff-free since 2013, all the label's recordings, produced by founder Dan Carey, are finished in a single day, with mix down completed by the following night. The result is vital, off-the-cuff guitar music the likes of which is hard to find anywhere else. As this fourth anniversary compilation proves. Opening on scottibrains' aptly-titled "Sustained Threat", a rocket-propelled slice of post punk, it's hard to imagine things getting much better. Subjectivity dictates whether they do or not, but objectively speaking they don't get any worse. black midi's "bmbmbm", a twisted, growing stomper that has more than one foot in Krautrock, Treeboy & Arc's garage rock and synth powerhouse "Concept", and "Heart Attack"'s complex, groove-driven good times vibe, courtesy of All We Are & Alex Kapranos, are just a few examples.
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 in stock $21.38
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