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FORTHCOMING
Iowa Dream
Cat: AU 10172. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Rock
  1. Wonder Boy
  2. I Never Get Lonesome
  3. Everybody Everybody
  4. You Did It Yourself
  5. Come To Life
  6. Iowa Dream
  7. Words Of Love
  8. I Still Love You
  9. You Are My Love
  10. Barefoot In New York
  11. Just Regular People
  12. I Wish I Had A Brother
  13. I Felt
  14. The Dogs Outside Are Barking
  15. Sharper Eyes
  16. Follow You
  17. List Of Boys
  18. I Kissed The Girl From Outer Space
  19. In Love With You For The Last Time
Review: Over the past decade, the visionary musician Arthur Russell has entered something close to the mainstream.
Sampled and referenced by contemporary musicians, his papers now open to visitors at the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center in New York, and his name synonymous with a certain strain of tenderness, Russell is as widely known as he's ever been. Thanks to Russell's partner Tom Lee and to Steve Knutson of Audika Records, who have forged several records from Russell's vast archive of unreleased material, the world now hears many versions of Arthur Russell. There's the Iowa boy, the disco mystic, the singer-songwriter and composer, and the fierce perfectionist deep in a world of echo. While all of these elements of Russell are individually true, none alone define him.
Now, after ten years of work inside the Russell library, Lee and Knutson bring us Iowa Dream, yet another bright star in Russell's dazzling constellation. Blazing with trademark feeling, these nineteen songs are a staggering collection of Russell's utterly distinct songwriting. And although Russell could be inscrutably single-minded, he was never totally solitary. Collaborating here is a stacked roster of downtown New York musicians, including Ernie Brooks, Rhys Chatham, Henry Flynt, Jon Gibson, Peter Gordon, Steven Hall, Jackson Mac Low, Larry Saltzman, and David Van Tieghem. Musician Peter Broderick makes a contemporary addition to this list: more than forty years after Russell recorded several nearly finished songs, Broderick worked diligently with Audika to complete them, and performed audio restoration and additional mixing.
Several tracks on Iowa Dream Russell originally recorded as demos, in two early examples of his repeated brushes with potential popular success-first in 1974, with Paul Nelson of Mercury Records, and then in 1975, with the legendary John Hammond of Columbia Records. For different reasons, neither session amounted to a record deal. Russell kept working nearly up until his death in 1992 from complications of HIV-AIDS.
At once kaleidoscopic and intimate, Iowa Dream bears some of Russell's most personal work, including several recently discovered folk songs he wrote during his time in Northern California in the early 1970s. For Russell, Iowa was never very far away. "I see, I see it all," sings Russell on the title track: red houses, fields, the town mayor (his father) streaming by as he dream-bicycles through his hometown. Russell's childhood home and family echo, too, through "Just Regular People," "I Wish I Had a Brother," "Wonder Boy," "The Dogs Outside are Barking," "Sharper Eyes," and "I Felt." Meanwhile, songs like "I Kissed the Girl From Outer Space," "I Still Love You," "List of Boys," and "Barefoot in New York" fizz with pop and dance grooves, gesturing at Russell's devotion to New York's avant-garde and disco scenes. Finally, the long-awaited "You Did it Yourself," until now heard only in a brief heart-stopping black-and-white clip in Matt Wolf's documentary Wild Combination, awards us a new take with a driving funk rhythm and Russell's extraordinary voice soaring at the height of its powers. On Iowa Dream, you can hear a country kid meeting the rest of the world-and with this record, the world continues to meet a totally singular artist.
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FORTHCOMING
Down On The Road By The Beach (reissue)
Cat: BEWITH 061CD. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Rock
  1. Blue Beach - Welcome To Your Beach
  2. Never Find A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)
  3. By The Pool
  4. Roll Over, Beethoven - Out Of The Beach
  5. In The Shade
  6. Looking Across The Street
  7. Long Distance Look
  8. Hot Afternoon
  9. Crying In The Sun
  10. The Next Time
  11. Miss BB Walks Away
  12. Sleep Walk
  13. Standing There
Review: While he enjoyed a brief career as a musician in the 1960s, by the time he recorded debut album "Down On The Road By The Beach" in 1983 Steve Hiett was better known as one of the world's leading fashion photographers. In fact, it was at the suggestion of a Japanese gallery owner that he got back in the studio to record what has long been regarded as an impossible-to-find Balearic gem. Hiett's reverb and delay-laden Peter Green style guitar passages take centre stage throughout, winding in and out of languid grooves and ambient electronics to create what some have called "the ultimate desert island disc" - a record of such lazy, sun-kissed beauty that it sounds tailor made for drowsy days waking up on the beach.
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Cat: 779150 7. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (CD1: 2019 mix)
  2. Something
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  4. Oh! Darling
  5. Octopus' Garden
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
  7. Here Comes The Sun
  8. Because
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money
  10. Sun King
  11. Mean Mr Mustard
  12. Polythene Pam
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
  14. Golden Slumbers
  15. Carry That Weight
  16. The End
  17. Her Majesty
  18. Come Together (take 5)
  19. Something (Studio demo)
  20. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (take 12)
  21. Oh! Darling (take 4)
  22. Octopus's Garden (take 9)
  23. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (Trident Recording Session & Reduction mix)
  24. Here Comes The Sun (take 9)
  25. Because (take 1 - instrumental)
  26. You Never Give Me Your Money (take 36)
  27. Sun King (take 20)
  28. Mean Mr Mustard (take 20)
  29. Polythene Pam (take 27)
  30. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (take 27)
  31. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (Takes 1-3)
  32. The End (take 3)
  33. Her Majesty (Takes 1-3)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Cat: 800743. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together
  2. Something
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  4. Oh! Darling
  5. Octopus' Garden
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
  7. Here Comes The Sun
  8. Because
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money
  10. Sun King
  11. Mean Mr Mustard
  12. Polythene Pam
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
  14. Golden Slumbers
  15. Carry That Weight
  16. The End
  17. Her Majesty
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Abbey Road: 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition (3xCD + Blu-ray + hard-back book in slipcase)
Cat: 779211 2. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (CD1: 2019 Stereo mix)
  2. Something
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  4. Oh! Darling
  5. Octopus' Garden
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
  7. Here Comes The Sun
  8. Because
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money
  10. Sun King
  11. Mean Mr Mustard
  12. Polythene Pam
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
  14. Golden Slumbers
  15. Carry That Weight
  16. The End
  17. Her Majesty
  18. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (CD2: Abbey Road Sessions - Trident Recording Session & Reduction mix)
  19. Goodbye (Home demo)
  20. Something (Studio demo)
  21. The Ballad Of John & Yoko (take 7)
  22. Old Brown Shoe (take 2)
  23. Oh! Darling (take 4)
  24. Octopus' Garden (take 9)
  25. You Never Give Me Your Money (take 36)
  26. Her Majesty (Takes 1-3)
  27. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (Takes 1-3)
  28. Here Comes The Sun (take 9)
  29. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (take 12)
  30. Come Together (CD3: Abbey Road Sessions - take 5)
  31. The End (take 3)
  32. Come & Get It (Studio demo)
  33. Sun King (take 20)
  34. Mean Mr Mustard (take 20)
  35. Polythene Pam (take 27)
  36. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (take 27)
  37. Because (take 1 - instrumental)
  38. The Long One (Trial edit & mix - 30 July 1969)
  39. Something (Tale 39 - instrumental - Strings Only)
  40. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (take 17 - instrumental - Strings & Bass Only)
  41. Abbey Road (Blu-Ray Audio)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Nine (CD)
Cat: 190759 63222. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Rock
  1. The First Time
  2. Happy Days
  3. Heaven
  4. Darkside
  5. Blame It On My Youth
  6. Generational Divide
  7. Run Away
  8. Black Rain
  9. I Really Wish I Hated You
  10. Pin The Grenade
  11. No Heart To Speak For
  12. Ransom
  13. On Some Emo Shit
  14. Hungover You
  15. Remember To Forget Me
Review: When you think of the way we were when Blink 182's angsty punk-pop was tapping the top of the charts one word comes to mind - innocence. Compared to this era of impending existential doom it was easier to work out solutions then, even if solutions weren't put into action. So welcome to the new age, and a new Blink 182 intent on carving a fresh place for themselves in this frighteningly complex point in history. It's as though 2016's "California" was a cathartic and temporary rekindling of old flames, giving closure and helping the band move forward properly. Here they take us into territories barely on their radar before. Not that opener "The First Time" doesn't nod to past glories. "Darkside" brings arty, experimental punk, "Heaven" is a main stage overture, "On Some Emo Shit" is a desperate call for help and admission of the universality of fragility.
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Cat: P 0027. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Soul
  1. Three Little Words
  2. Oh Me, Oh My
  3. Under Her Spell
  4. Woman
  5. Couldn't Be Happier
  6. Good Friends
  7. Ohio
  8. Tellin' Her Stories
  9. Look Inside Yourself
Review: 213 was something of a supergroup formed in America's west coast soul scene. Powerhouses such as Bill Meyers, Guy Thomas and Neil Stubenhaus were all involved in the making of this album from 1981, which never actually saw the light of day at the time, but is now presented for the first time by Norwegian record label Preservation. It's sentimental material for lazy Sunday mornings, with emotive vocals backed by soaring strings and uplifting chords. There are more reflective moments like "Good Friends" next to swaying singings like "Ohio" and together they add up to a smooth listen.
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Amadjar (CD)
Cat: COOP 011CD. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Tenere Maloulat (feat Warren Ellis)
  2. Zawal (feat Warren Ellis, Noura Mint Seymali & Jeiche Ould Chighaly)
  3. Amalouna (feat Noura Mint Seymali, Stephen O'Malley)
  4. Taqkal Tarha (feat Micah Nelson)
  5. Anina
  6. Madjam Mahilkamen
  7. Takount (feat Noura Mint Seymali)
  8. Iklam Dglour (feat Warren Ellis & Rodophe Burger)
  9. Kel Tinawen (feat Cass McCombs)
  10. Itous Ohar (feat Cass McCombs)
  11. Mhadjar Yassouf Idjan (feat Warren Ellis)
  12. Wartilla (feat Warren Ellis & Stephen O'Malley)
  13. Lalla
Review: Malian musicians have a rich history when it comes to turning the world on to organic, mystifying, exotic sounds. A country that - even for Africa - stands out as a hotbed of aural talent, artists hailing from the desert nation never fail to immerse and intoxicate us. Here tracks grow and groove like a hypnotist at work, embracing Western influences, not least psychedelic rock, to produce what might have happened if Jim Morrison went walkabout in the Sahara looking for inspiration. As an album, "Amadjar" is everything that description might make you hope for. Opening on the delicate, spatial guitar plucks of "Tenere Maloulat", you can see the oasis shimmering in the distance through heat vapour. Evocative stuff, from there it only pulls us in deeper into an amalgamation of sounds overflowing with an adventurous atmosphere.
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Cat: 007559 7924954. Rel: 28 Jun 19
Rock
  1. Shine A Little Light
  2. Eagle Birds
  3. Lo/Hi
  4. Walk Across The Water
  5. Tell Me Lies
  6. Every Little Thing
  7. Get Yourself Together
  8. Sit Around & Miss You
  9. Go
  10. Breaking Down
  11. Under The Gun
  12. Fire Walk With Me
Review: It's been a solid five years since the epic sounds of America's best plugged-in rock duo last electrified our ears. And be it a reference to the Rolling Stones or even Scorsese, the album turns it up from the start with "Shine A Little Light". Big time rhodes and bluesy folk mentalities are then wrapped up in a low-slung ballad that is "Walk Across The Water". Some fans may still be yearning for the raw energy that catapulted the duo into the limelight with Magic Potion, however high voltage sounds can still be found on tracks like "Under The Gun" and "Lo/Hi" - with gospel elements in this case edging to the fore. Overall there's a slight dance element protruding from this LP in comparison to previous records, begging the question: Can you dig it!
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Cat: NB5 CD. Rel: 28 Jun 19
Punk/Hardcore
  1. Into The Valley
  2. A World On Fire
  3. Kings Of The New World Order
  4. The Saints Are Coming
  5. Animation
  6. Hurry On Boys
  7. Blood & Soil
  8. Fields
  9. Kreuzberg '79
  10. Desert Dust
Review: Given that they're renowned for the blistering, noisy nature of their no-nonsense records, it's a little bit of a surprise to see Scottish punk stalwarts The Skids serving up an acoustic - or at least semi-acoustic - album. For those used to hearing their snarling punk anthems, "Peaceful Times" makes for intriguing and at times arresting listening. Previously raucous classics such as "Fields" and "Animation" are re-cast as jaunty and jangling sing-alongs in the traditional Scottish style, while "Desert Dust" sounds like the sort of campfire sing-along that would be belted out by soldiers on the eve of battle. The same could be said of "A World On Fire", which now sounds like a country and rockabilly-influenced anthem.
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Cat: SOAK 182. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Rock
  1. Carnivorous
  2. That's My Trouble
  3. Love Is All You Love
  4. Not The Kind Of Nothing
  5. Cool Your Battles
  6. Sound Of You
  7. Thanks A Lot
  8. We're Alive
  9. Speed Of Light
  10. Gold
Review: Southampton's own bones brigade, Band Of Skulls, return with an epic fifth studio album, delivering a sweet selection of alternative pop rock versatility. The album opens with a salvo of heavier, more motley rock sounds before hitting its catchy title track halfway through the A-side. "Not The Kind Of Nothing" and "Cool Your Battles" turns out the A-side from anything too soft, with the band serving up a cooing, more contemplative and ethereal number in "Sound of You" that opens the second disc. The slightest of country and folk inspirations waver in and out of "We're Alive", with the emotional wall of sound that is "Speed Of Light" a true highlight, alongside the jamming post-punk hit: "Gold". Like James Murphy dressed up as Nikki Sixx.
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Cat: NA 5165CD. Rel: 06 Jul 18
Funk
  1. Urizen
  2. Holy Thursday
  3. The Smile
  4. A Dream
  5. Song Of Innocence
  6. Merlin's Prophecy
  7. The Mental Traveler
Review: Celebrating 50 years of one of the most definitive fusion records ever made, Now Again present the most fitting remaster Axelrod's critically acclaimed debut album Song Of Innocence has ever had. An immense piece of work that pays homage to William Blake and brought together nodes and notions of rock, classical, funk, psychedelic and boogaloo, this reissue comes straight from the original masters with engineering and consultation from Axelrod's production partner H B Barnum, original keyboardist Don Randi, his widow Terri and producer T-Ray. Still as complex and cosmic and sounding better than ever.
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Cat: 505294 5027029. Rel: 24 Nov 17
Rock
  1. Fort Knox
  2. Holy Mountain
  3. Keep On Reaching
  4. It's A Beautiful World
  5. She Taught Me How To Fly
  6. Be Careful What You Wish For
  7. Black & White Sunshine
  8. Interlude (Wednesday Part 1)
  9. If Love Is The Law
  10. The Man Who Built The Moon
  11. End Credits (Wednesday Part 2)
  12. Dead In The Water (live At RTE 2FM Studios, dublin - bonus track)
Review: Three studio albums in, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have managed to distance themselves from their frontman's legacy enough to become a household name in their own right. 'Who Built The Moon' sees Gallagher continue to assert his famed song-writing prowess whilst pushing his band in new directions with bluesy-rock anthems, smoky and atmospheric interludes and the satisfying electronic pop of tracks like 'She Taught Me How To Fly'. It's this willingness to explore and experiment that makes this album his most ambitious to date, and the finest post-Oasis work that either of the Gallaghers have produced.
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Cat: 019029 5774943. Rel: 13 Oct 17
Rock
  1. Wall Of Glass
  2. Bold
  3. Greedy Soul
  4. Paper Crown
  5. For What It's Worth
  6. When I'm In Need
  7. You Better Run
  8. I Get By
  9. Chinatown
  10. Come Back To Me
  11. Universal Gleam
  12. I've All I Need
Review: After Beady Eye split in 2014, Liam Gallagher appeared conflicted about whether he would pursue a solo career, resolving in 2016 that this year's album was set in stone. Fans of previous work will undoubtedly be contented with solo debut 'As You Were', with it channelling the British pop influence, singalong riffs and the classic anthemic writing that Oasis were famed for. As expected from a Gallagher brother, the album is drenched in hubris, but Liam lets his guard down with surprising and rare moments of what seems to be vulnerability. Aside from the cocky rock and roll swagger, it's these moments that give 'As You Were' a little more depth than people were perhaps expecting.
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Cat: 019029 5831172. Rel: 16 Jun 17
Rock
  1. How Did We Get So Dark?
  2. Lights Out
  3. I Only Lie When I Love You
  4. She's Creeping
  5. Look Like You Know
  6. Where Are You Now?
  7. Don't Tell
  8. Hook, Line & Sinker
  9. Hole In Your Heart
  10. Sleep
Review: Royal Blood's debut was a smash hit, and its globe-conquering success notably hasn't led them to make an avant-jazz record for this follow-up, nor to stray too far from the amp-abusing template it set out. Nor indeed does this record live up to its title, despite spending much of its 35-minute duration chronicling the downfall of a relationship, Nonetheless, the Brightonian duo remain possessed of testosterone-driven power and brass-knuckle boisterousness to slay ten lesser bands, and 'How Did We Get so Dark?' is another masterclass in the creation of riffs big enough to fill a canyon.
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Cat: 019029 5830595. Rel: 12 May 17
Rock
  1. Woo Se Mama
  2. Nova
  3. Long Long Road
  4. She Moves With The Fayre
  5. The Cranes Are Back
  6. Hopper
  7. New York
  8. One Tear
  9. Satellite Kid
  10. The Impossible Idea
  11. Woo Se Mama (instrumental)
  12. Nova (instrumental)
  13. Long Long Road (instrumental)
  14. She Moves With The Fayre (instrumental)
  15. The Cranes Are Back (instrumental)
  16. Hopper (instrumental)
  17. New York (instrumental)
  18. One Tear (instrumental)
  19. Satellite Kid (instrumental)
  20. The Impossible Idea (instrumental)
  21. Alpha
  22. She Moves With The Fayre (Villagers remix)
  23. New York (Nightwatch - Prof. Kybert remix)
  24. Nova (Toy remix)
  25. One Tear (club cut - Prof. Kybert remix)
  26. Hopper (White Label remix)
  27. Satellite Kid (Syd Arthur remix)
  28. She Moves With The Fayre (Breakdown instrumental - Prof. Kybert remix)
  29. Woo Se Mama (E&TC remix)
Review: Something of a deity to many, Paul Weller has undergone more than his fair share of metamorphoses in a storied forty year career, but the quality control of his output post-2007's '22 Dreams' has surprised even some of most ardent devotees, and 'A Kind Revolution' is ample evidence that even as he approaches 60 his creative energy and questing spirit are undimmed. He's still searching for new modes of expression that belie his reputation as a soul-style traditionalist, and in a fractious and hostile era, the messages of hope are as much a balm as his increasingly mellifluous voice.
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Cat: 019029 5830601. Rel: 12 May 17
Rock
  1. Woo Se Mama (3:47)
  2. Nova (3:56)
  3. Long Long Road (3:26)
  4. She Moves With The Fayre (4:19)
  5. The Cranes Are Back (4:20)
  6. Hopper (3:08)
  7. New York (4:42)
  8. One Tear (6:06)
  9. Satellite Kid (5:18)
  10. The Impossible Idea (3:37)
Review: Something of a deity to many, Paul Weller has undergone more than his fair share of metamorphoses in a storied forty year career, but the quality control of his output post-2007's '22 Dreams' has surprised even some of most ardent devotees, and 'A Kind Revolution' is ample evidence that even as he approaches 60 his creative energy and questing spirit are undimmed. He's still searching for new modes of expression that belie his reputation as a soul-style traditionalist, and in a fractious and hostile era, the messages of hope are as much a balm as his increasingly mellifluous voice.
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Hang (CD)
Cat: JAG 301CD. Rel: 23 Jan 17
Rock
  1. Follow The Leader
  2. Avalon
  3. Mrs. Adams
  4. America
  5. On Lankershim
  6. Upon A Hill
  7. Trauma
  8. Rise Up
Review: This Californian duo have attracted more than their fair share of opprobrium over their four albums to date, and this doesn't seem likely to abate with 'Hang', their boldest and most audacious effort to date. Whereas in the past their psychedelic and glam fixations have coloured their output, here they take a bold leap into showtune fervour with a theatrically extravagant selection of orchestrally embellished ditties that are as beholden to Todd Rundgren as Sondheim, and "Bugsy Malone" as Sufjan Stevens. Moreover, give that precious few other bands could come anywhere near pulling off the feat that these two manage with 'Hang', it's just worth considering that the naysayers are jealous of both Foxygen's talent and their formidable chutzpah.
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Cat: SBR 146CD. Rel: 02 Dec 16
Rock
  1. Lost Illusions
  2. One Too Many
  3. Orlando
  4. Call On The Gods
  5. Disco Glove
  6. Stand Your Ground
  7. No More Parties In The Attic
  8. Lark Descending
  9. Gimme Something
  10. Beige
  11. Killjoy
Review: Previously a creator of Nico-esque balladry and arch covers on Invada records, the Berlin-based Annika Henderson has assembled a backing band whilst in Mexico to piece together this new vehicle for her sultry skills , in which single-take and largely improvised recordings offset her drolly blank voice against icily monochrome backing that nods to both post-punk clanguour and krautrock repetition, yet with uncanny chemistry at its heart. The result is a chic and hypnotic delight that makes a virtue of its gritty lo-fi production values and nocturnal atmosphere, arriving at a zone where dubbed-out malice meets black-clad melancholia.
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Blue & Lonesome (Deluxe Edition) (CD + 64 page booklet + artcards)
Cat: 571494 6. Rel: 02 Dec 16
Rock
  1. Just Your Fool (2:19)
  2. Commit A Crime (3:41)
  3. Blue & Lonesome (3:10)
  4. All Of Your Love (4:49)
  5. I Gotta Go (3:28)
  6. Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (4:35)
  7. Ride 'Em On Down (2:52)
  8. Hate To See You Go (3:22)
  9. Hoo Doo Blues (2:41)
  10. Little Rain (3:32)
  11. Just Like I Treat You (3:26)
  12. I Can't Quit You Baby (5:12)
Review: Now pushing a terrifying fifty-five years into their career, one would be forgiven for thinking there would be precious few tricks up the sleeves of the so-called 'Strollin' Bones'. Yet they've confounded expectations by not only returning to their blues roots but in delivering their best record in at least half that stretch. Who knows whether the grit and raunch that originally inspired the ingrates back in the early-'60s has infused these readings with a timeless charge, or whether the band chemistry has simply been re-ignited by this old-as-the-hills yet fresh-as-a-daisy approach. All we can tell is that Keith and Ron's guitars have rarely sounded as sharp, nor the band this electrifying this century, and the 73-year-old Mick Jagger in 2016 has the strut and self-possession of a man one third his age.
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Cat: 822765 2. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Rock
  1. Hide In Plain Sight
  2. Same Old Lie
  3. Here In Spirit
  4. The World's Smiling Now
  5. We Ain't Getting Any Younger (part 1)
  6. We Ain't Getting Any Younger (part 2)
  7. True Nature
  8. In The Moment
  9. Eternally Even
Review: The arrival of this first solo album from the My Morning Jacket frontman may have come as a surprise to some, given the fact that the band appears to be created so much in his image - what other sides of his personality exactly does he have to express? Quite a few as it turns out, as 'Eternally Even' crafts a seductive tapestry from narcotic mix of soul, funk and psychedelia, somewhere in spheres of consciousness between Isaac Hayes and The Flaming Lips, whilst offering his most explicitly political lyrics to date. The Trump victory may have rendered some of the sentiments herein a tad bittersweet, yet the hazy soundscapes and honeyed vocals have lost none of their lustre.
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A Moon Shaped Pool (CD + booklet)
XL
Cat: XLCD 790. Rel: 17 Jun 16
Indie
  1. Burn The Witch (3:41)
  2. Daydreaming (6:26)
  3. Decks Dark (4:41)
  4. Desert Island Disk (3:44)
  5. Ful Stop (6:07)
  6. Glass Eyes (2:53)
  7. Identikit (4:26)
  8. The Numbers (5:44)
  9. Present Tense (5:03)
  10. Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief (4:38)
  11. True Love Waits (5:08)
Review: There was naturally much excitement when A Moon Shaped Pool, Radiohead's surprise ninth studio set, popped up on streaming and download services back in May. Here it gets a CD release, offering those who prefer physical products a chance to bathe in its' woozy eccentricities. Seen by some as a return to their arty rock roots following an extended period spend exploring electronics, the album's 11 tracks draw on a variety of influences (krautrock, ambient, Pavement, James Blake, Stockhausen, intense melancholia etc.), with predictably impressive results. Occasionally elegant, string-laden and grandiose, always beautiful, and sometimes intensely moving, A Moon Shaped Pool is undeniably up there with the band's best work.
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You & I (CD)
Cat: 888751 75862. Rel: 11 Mar 16
Rock
  1. Just Like A Woman
  2. Everyday People
  3. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'
  4. Grace
  5. Calling You
  6. Dream Of You & I
  7. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
  8. Poor Boy Long Way From Home
  9. Night Flight
  10. I Know It's Over
Review: The mercurial and magical Jeff Buckley departed this realm leaving a severe shortage of actual material, thus this collection of early demos - recorded in 1993 in advance of his debut album proper 'Grace' - marks a cherished opportunity to experience his soulful intensity and otherworldly powers as an interpreter of song. The majority of 'You And I' consists of covers, traversing all the way from Sly & The Family Stone to The Smiths, yet all imbued with his uniquely raw, intuitive and captivating approach. The world will never see the like of Jeff Buckley again, which makes 'You And I' a document worth savouring.
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Cat: CDSTUMM 390. Rel: 23 Sep 15
 
Indie
  1. Restless
  2. Singularity
  3. Plastic
  4. Tutti Frutti
  5. People On The High Line
  6. Stray Dog
  7. Academic
  8. Nothing But A Fool
  9. Unlearn This Hatred
  10. The Game
  11. Superheated
Review: The 21st Century has been quiet thus far for New Order, with only two full albums to date, and only an out-takes compilation in the last decade. Moreover, 'Music Complete' marks their first album to date without founding bassist Peter Hook, and the return of Gillian Gilbert to the ranks. Yet from this turbulence and inertia they've somehow managed to create a collection of songs that rank as their strongest set since 'Technique' in 1989. VIbrant, upbeat and colourful, yet driven by the same mix of electronic experimentation and effortless pop suss that characterised their '80s heyday, 'Music Complete' is the sound of a timeless and unique force newly revitalised.
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VARIOUS
Cat: SJR CD259. Rel: 09 Nov 12
Folk/Americana
  1. Area Code 615 - "Ruby"
  2. Captain Beyond - "Sufficiently Breathless"
  3. Bobbie Gentry - "Touch ‘Em With Love"
  4. Cowboy - "Houston"
  5. Marshall Tucker Band - "Fire On The Mountain"
  6. Cher - "For What It's Worth"
  7. Bobby Lance - "Somewhere In Between"
  8. Tony Joe White - "Who’s Making Love"
  9. Barefoot Jerry - "The Minstrel Is Free At Last"
  10. Gregg Allman - "Midnight Rider"
  11. Bobbie Gentry - "Something In The Way He Moves"
  12. Area Code 615 - "Devil Weed & Me"
  13. Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed - "Tennessee Stud"
  14. Joe South - "No Fence Around Me"
  15. Cowboy - "Road Gravy Chase"
  16. Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Free Bird"
  17. Grinderswitch - "Let The South Wind Blow"
  18. Captain Beyond - "Thousand Days Of Yesterday"
  19. The Box Tops - "Deep In Kentucky"
  20. Earl Scruggs - "Lonesome & A Long Way From Home"
Review: Last year's Delta Swamp Rock collection was one of Soul Jazz's best for some time, offering a rare glimpse into the rock, soul, country, funk and blues fusions that trickled out of the Southern US states in the late '60s and early '70s. This follow-up offers more little known highlights from the swamp rock scene, showcasing a thrilling array of little-known artists. In truth, it's the funk and soul-tinged tracks that most resonate (see Bobby Gentry's "Touch 'Em With Love" and Area Code 615's sweaty, banjo-laden "Ruby"), but there are plenty of other killer tunes that take a more sedate approach. Accompanied, as ever, by exhaustive sleeve notes, it's another essential selection from Soul Jazz.
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EMI
Cat: 386 3692. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Rock
  1. Girls On Film
  2. Planet Earth
  3. Fame
  4. Careless Memories
  5. Anyone Out There
  6. Sound Of Thunder
  7. Is There Something I Should Know?
  8. Like An Angel
  9. Hold Back The Rain
  10. Save A Prayer
  11. My Own Way
  12. Rio
  13. New Religion
  14. The Chauffeur (Blue Silver)
  15. Hungry Like The Wolf
  16. Lonely In Your Nightmare
  17. Last Chance On The Stairway
  18. Make Me Smile (Come Up & See Me)
Review: This 18 track collection contains a selection of Duran Duran hits as well as some classic album tracks.
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My Violent Femme (CD single)
Cat: BLEACH 029. Rel: 28 Sep 06
Rock
  1. My Violent Femme
  2. Coming Home
Review: Described by Music Week as 'Intriguing slice of rock that blends soaring vocals reminiscent of Muse with the taut pop sensibilities of The Killers'. This is a strong single which has already got the support of DJ Janice Long, who has invited the band for a live session on BBC Radio Two.
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