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In Spades (gatefold LP)
Cat: SP 1150. Rel: 05 May 17
Indie
  1. Birdland (2:54)
  2. Arabian Heights (4:55)
  3. Demon In Profile (3:25)
  4. Toy Automatic (2:55)
  5. Oriole (4:10)
  6. Copernicus (3:30)
  7. The Spell (3:46)
  8. Light As A Feather (3:11)
  9. I Got Lost (3:15)
  10. Into The Floor (4:16)
Review: There's no rock frontman quite like Greg Dulli, and even in middle age his melancholy and morally ambiguous loverman persona appears to be maturing like the proverbial fine wine. Moreover, the blend of soulful heart-on-sleeve balldeering and gritty rock-outs finds new vistas and moments of intensity on 'In Spades' - lurking somewhere between the testosterone bluster of Springsteen and the slinky grooves of Motown, yet with the addition of noisy electronic grooves, as on the opener 'Birdland,' only bolstering their arsenal. It's a treat to have this louche rogue back.
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Algiers (gatefold LP)
Cat: OLE 10671. Rel: 02 Jun 15
Indie
  1. Remains (3:01)
  2. Claudette (3:31)
  3. And When You Fall (3:39)
  4. Blood (5:35)
  5. Old Girl (4:13)
  6. Irony Utility Pretext (4:28)
  7. But She Was Not Flying (3:49)
  8. Black Eunuch (3:36)
  9. Games (3:40)
  10. In Parallax (8:19)
Review: Fiercely righteous, intensely passionate and politically driven, the Atlanta-birthed Algiers are carving out a unique niche for themselves with a brand of gospel-punk that is as experimental as it in incandescent. Noiserock shapes, electro grooves share space with startlingly rich and powerful vocals from Franklin James Fisher. Emotionally charged ditties like 'Blood' and 'Black Eunuch are as influenced by Nina Simone as industrial hip-hop troupe dalek, and the resulting record makes Algiers a powerful argument against anyone who claims that modern music is apolitical and the art of the protest song is dead.
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The Underside Of Power (limited coloured vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: OLE 11178. Rel: 23 Jun 17
Indie
  1. Walk Like A Panther (3:20)
  2. Cry Of The Martyrs (3:54)
  3. The Underside Of Power (4:09)
  4. Death March (4:32)
  5. A Murmur. A Sign. (3:41)
  6. MME Rieux (3:33)
  7. Cleveland (3:47)
  8. Animals (2:31)
  9. Plague Years (2:53)
  10. Hymn For An Average Man (4:12)
  11. Bury Me Standing (2:23)
  12. The Cycle/The Spiral: Time To Go Down Slowly (5:41)
Review: Anyone bemoaning the lack of ire-igniting political invective and potent protest records amidst the tension and uncertainty of 2017 should look no further than Algiers, whose follow-up to their blue-touchpaper igniting debut is a thing of floor-shaking intensity and cerebrally stimulating potency. A electrifying and diverse musical palette that extends from post-punk and gritty Gun Club-esque rock 'n' roll to soul, hip hop and even John Carpenter style soundtrack stylings acts as a backdrop to the feverish diatribes against oppression and injustice of vocalist Franklin James Fisher. Defying expectation to stand proud as a genre-elusive and fiercely uncompromising call to arms, 'The Underside Of Power' is a forward-thinking work of maverick malevolence and thrilling intensity.
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Intérprete: Rebel Soul
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Livin' In Elizabethan Times (limited heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DS 128TX. Rel: 01 Dec 17
Indie
  1. This One's For The Humans (6:12)
  2. The Visitations (6:10)
  3. The Moon Is Not Your Friend (7:44)
  4. Titanic Dance (Lynch Mob remix) (8:30)
Review: Alien Stadium is a collaborative project comprised of Martin Duffy of Primal Scream and Felt, and Steve Mason of The Beta Band. 'Livin' In Elizabethan Times' is an audacious and oddball cosmic rock concept mini-LP about a comically underwhelming invasion of drunkard aliens. As well as the sheer unadulterated fun of the record, the amount of dense and inventive genre-melting the pair have managed to cram into these four tracks is astonishing - dropping in theremins, sound effects, militaristic horns and much more when you least expect them. They set an interplanetary course from twanging and stomping bluesy opener 'This One's For The Humans', through hypnotic balearic-ish bleep and orchestrated retro-futurist pop, to the huge cosmic disco closer 'Titanic Dance'. At first glance, it's an unashamedly silly and fun offering, but repeat listens will reveal these maverick veterans have woven in far deeper layers of commentary humour and substance.
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Livin' In Elizabethan Times (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DS 128T. Rel: 01 Dec 17
Indie
  1. This One's For The Humans (6:15)
  2. The Visitation (7:16)
  3. The Moon Is Not Your Friend (7:44)
  4. Titanic Dance (Lynch Mob mix) (8:30)
Review: Alien Stadium is a collaborative project comprised of Martin Duffy of Primal Scream and Felt, and Steve Mason of The Beta Band. 'Livin' In Elizabethan Times' is an audacious and oddball cosmic rock concept mini-LP about a comically underwhelming invasion of drunkard aliens. As well as the sheer unadulterated fun of the record, the amount of dense and inventive genre-melting the pair have managed to cram into these four tracks is astonishing - dropping in theremins, sound effects, militaristic horns and much more when you least expect them. They set an interplanetary course from twanging and stomping bluesy opener 'This One's For The Humans', through hypnotic balearic-ish bleep and orchestrated retro-futurist pop, to the huge cosmic disco closer 'Titanic Dance'. At first glance, it's an unashamedly silly and fun offering, but repeat listens will reveal these maverick veterans have woven in far deeper layers of commentary humour and substance.
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This Is All Yours (gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: INFECT 200LP. Rel: 18 Sep 14
Indie
  1. Intro
  2. Arrival In Nara
  3. Nara
  4. Every Other Freckle
  5. Left Hand Free
  6. Garden Of England
  7. Choice Kingdom
  8. Hunger Of The Pine
  9. Warm Foothills
  10. The Gospel Of John Hurt
  11. Pusher
  12. Bloodflood (part 2)
  13. Leaving Nara
Review: With a momentum built initially by word-of-mouth alone and further abetted by a surprise Mercury win, Alt-J have built a formidable reputation for themselves as no less than a Radiohead-in-waiting, with a melodious sleight-of-hand allied to a questing and mischievously experimental side. This Is All Yours, despite seeing the band slimming down from a four-piece to a three-piece after the departure of bassist Gwil Sainsbury, sees their fresh and inventive approach showing no signs of abating, with vocal textures and rhythmic invention locking horns with samples and melancholic charm to create an arresting yet nuanced record with its gaze firmly set forward.
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Reduxer (white vinyl LP)
Cat: INFECT 451LP. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Indie
  1. 3WW (feat Little Simz - OTG version) (5:05)
  2. In Cold Blood (feat Pusha T - Twin Shadow version) (2:45)
  3. House Of The Rising Sun (feat Tuka - Tuka version) (4:54)
  4. Hit Me Like That Snare (Jimi Charles Moody version) (3:30)
  5. Deadcrush (feat Danny Brown - Alchemist X Trooko version) (4:04)
  6. Adeline (feat Paigey Cakey & Hex - ADP version) (3:48)
  7. Last Year (feat GoldLink - Terrace Martin version) (4:07)
  8. Pleader (feat PJ Sin Suela - Trooko version) (4:36)
  9. 3WW (feat Lomepal - Lomepal version) (3:09)
  10. In Cold Blood (feat Kontra K - Kontra K version) (3:35)
  11. Hit Me Like That Snare (feat Rejjie Snow - Rejjie Snow version) (2:56)
Review: Leeds in the UK has been responsible for quite a few of the worlds most loved bands, and alongside the Kaiser Chiefs, Soft Cell and even The Sisters Of Mercy, there's Alt J. As Mercury prize winners in 2012, their meteoric rise to the top sees them with three albums in their wake, and this Reduxer package is an aptly named alternative of sorts to last year's Relaxer LP. With street rhymes and urban beats nestling up alongside strokes of synth pop and Joe Newman's melancholic crooning, heavy collaborations come in from contemporary hip hop artists like Pusha T and Danny Brown. They don't, however, steal the show from the huge range of other vocal talent to be taken in, like Little Simz' devastating opening gambits to the more lyrically exotic affairs from Lomepal and PJ Sin Suela. Crashing style and genre like no one's business.
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Relaxer (gatefold LP)
Cat: INFECT 370LP. Rel: 02 Jun 17
Indie
  1. 3WW (4:58)
  2. In Cold Blood (3:25)
  3. House Of The Rising Sun (5:06)
  4. Hit Me Like That Snare (3:41)
  5. Deadcrush (3:50)
  6. Adeline (5:52)
  7. Last Year (6:04)
  8. Pleader (5:34)
Review: For a band big enough to sell out Madison Square Garden, Alt-J still come across as refreshingly strange proposition, flirting with grandstanding euphoria just as easily as folk-tinged introspection. True to form, on the one hand 'Relaxer' is the sound of the band throwing everything but the kitchen sink - including choirs, orchestras and computer game influences alike - into their delirious melange. Yet on the other there's the same melodic lilt and reflective grace that first endeared them to a surprisingly enormous fanbase five years ago, and the sense of a band as alarmingly ambitious as they are unafraid to be intimate.
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Antisocialites (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRANS 306XX. Rel: 08 Sep 17
Indie
  1. In Undertow (3:17)
  2. Dreams Tonite (3:14)
  3. Plimsoll Punks (4:49)
  4. Your Type (2:04)
  5. Not My Baby (4:09)
  6. Hey (2:47)
  7. Lollipop (Ode To Jim) (3:15)
  8. Already Gone (3:03)
  9. Saved By A Waif (3:02)
  10. Forget About Life (2:46)
Review: The second album from questionably spelt Canadian five-piece Alvvays doesn't see them straying too far from their comfort zone, but only because they don't particularly need to. Stylistically, the band are good at what they do, snugly nestled in the ethereal pop sound we've come to recognise from groups such as Best Coast, Beach House and Camera Obscura. Clocking in at just over half an hour long, the follow-up to 2014's self-titled debut is kept short and sweet, providing a lean and sentimental album full of jangling guitars, satisfying chord progressions and relatable emotional intelligence that will continue to please current fans, and more than likely enamour a swathe of new ones.
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European Heartbreak (limited blue vinyl LP)
Cat: HVNLP 157C. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Indie
  1. Simple Song (2:33)
  2. Hardly New (3:06)
  3. Oh My Love (What Have We Done) (3:16)
  4. Goodnight Europe (3:59)
  5. Alpine Town (3:21)
  6. I've Done The Best (3:31)
  7. Self-Portrait In A Car At Night (2:45)
  8. Something's Gonna Take Your Love Away (3:55)
  9. Antoine (3:17)
  10. Where Did You Go (2:46)
  11. Baby, Eternity (4:25)
Review: Should you find yourself in continental Europe, or the little islands surrounding it, you may be feeling a sense of the autumnal blues upon the release of this European Heartbreak LP. It's far from a morose and downcast listen though, with the choral of Annelotte de Graaf's voice a shining light to lead you through the trepidation of winter. On top of her two law degrees and work for the international war crimes tribunal, this latest opus provides her with a second album following Fading Lines of 2016, and expect spells of tatty pop intertwined with boops and breathy vocals that meet with subtle brass instrumentation, pianos and folky practices, all sung with a slight smug and smirk of discontent.
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Amyl & The Sniffers (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ATO 0499. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Indie
  1. Starfire 500 (3:37)
  2. Gacked On Anger (1:49)
  3. Cup Of Destiny (2:15)
  4. GFY (1:48)
  5. Angel (2:51)
  6. Monsoon Rock (2:25)
  7. Control (2:34)
  8. Got You (2:19)
  9. Punisha (1:43)
  10. Shake Ya (3:16)
  11. Some Mutts (Can't Be Muzzled) (4:25)
Review: Never too shy for irony, Australian rock band from Melbourne, Amyl and The Sniffers, are keeping the mullet cuts and beer spitting sound of the southern land's sound well alive. It's Rough Trade that have taken up Amyl and The Sniffers for their debut album recorded in Sheffield with Ross Orton towards the end of 2018. Six months on and the four piece are rattling the walls more than ever with a raucous ballyhoo of garage-punk that sees the band's ferocious Pouges-y mix of Irish drunkenness hit the wall with the Californian sounds of Pennywise and Australia's own Frenzal Rhomb. With thrashings of guitars, unique and raw Australianisms, and sweaty, smashing drums: Amyl and The Sniffers are popping off.
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Midnite Spares (LP + insert)
Cat: ES 003. Rel: 15 Sep 16
Indie
  1. Maria Kozic & The MK Sound - "Trust Me" (4:29)
  2. Whadya Want? - "Open Spaces" (3:53)
  3. Poets Of The Machine - "Arabs" (5:39)
  4. The Couch - "Full Treatment" (2:42)
  5. Sedation - "Sedation" (3:00)
  6. Igniters - "Hakka Suru" (3:29)
  7. Mumbo Jumbo - "Wind It Up" (4:33)
  8. Mix - "Do You Do It?" (3:46)
  9. Cameron Allen & Graham Bidstrup - "Bikini Atoll" (3:40)
  10. Foot & Mouth - "I Want My Mummy" (4:15)
Review: An intriguing confection put together by two Antipodean crate-diggers with an ear for the eccentricities and heroic creative travails of a generation of yore, 'Midnight Spares' chronicles a predominantly '80s era in which bedroom musicians took a post-punk DIY sensibility to create work that still rings out with originality and ingenuity decades on. Collected from manifold unusual sources, this compendium takes in early synth-pop, menacing lo-fi soundtrack work, a stray emigre member of The Flying Pickets, and even an early foray into recording from the members of legendary Ozpunk scamps God. Lurking somewhere between the spirit of John Peel and the world of outsider art, the resulting assemblage is a must-have for chroniclers of the weird and wonderful.
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Tangerine Reef (180 gram vinyl 2xLP (side 4 etched) + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 430. Rel: 17 Aug 18
Indie
  1. Hair Cutter (4:02)
  2. Buffalo Tomato (4:47)
  3. Inspector Gadget (4:19)
  4. Buxom (4:41)
  5. Coral Understanding (3:45)
  6. Airpipe (To A New Transition) (6:04)
  7. Jake & Me (4:27)
  8. Coral By Numbers (2:23)
  9. Hip Sponge (3:53)
  10. Coral Realization (3:01)
  11. Lundsten Coral (3:06)
  12. Palythoa (4:12)
  13. Best Of Times (Worst Of All) (4:05)
Review: Over the course of their lengthy career, Animal Collective have put out a steady stream of albums that veer between experimental, post-rock soundscapes and skewed, left-of-centre indie-pop. Tangerine Reef, their eleventh and latest set, sees them back in experimental mode, delivering a range of fluid, liquid soundscapes inspired by their work with art-science filmmakers Coral Morphologic. All of the album's music was written to soundtrack a film by the latter duo, which can be watched in full on Animal Collective's website. Aurally, the album is indicative of the slowly shifting visuals - built around time-lapse style footage of coral growing - and tends towards the dreamy, otherworldly and drowsy.
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Everything Now: Day Version (gatefold LP + insert in slipcase)
Cat: 889854 47851. Rel: 28 Jul 17
Indie
  1. Everything_Now (continued) (0:46)
  2. Everything Now (5:04)
  3. Signs Of Life (4:35)
  4. Creature Comfort (4:43)
  5. Peter Pan (2:49)
  6. Chemistry (3:37)
  7. Infinite Content (1:37)
  8. Infinite_Content (1:47)
  9. Electric Blue (4:01)
  10. Good God Damn (3:34)
  11. Put Your Money On Me (5:54)
  12. We Don't Deserve Love (6:13)
  13. Everything Now (continued) (2:42)
Review: Fight through the blizzard of scrupulously meta promotional activity surrounding it and you'll find a record that deconstructs the bombast Aracade Fire have become known for, reveals the vulnerability behind the stadium sheen and offers a treatise on modern day superficiality and consumerism. Moreover, it makes a sterling job of all three - joyfully disco-inflected, poppily uplifting, stylistically adventurous and bolder than every before, this is a band who can reference ABBA and Bowie irony-free in a ditty about information overload and somehow get away with it - a bunch of eternal square pegs with emotional wallop and deft melodic skills at their disposal, constantly in search of musical worlds beyond empty rhetoric and grandstanding gestures.
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Everything Now: Night Version (limited gatefold heavyweight transparent blue vinyl LP + insert in slipcase) (1 per customer)
Cat: 889854 47861. Rel: 28 Jul 17
Indie
  1. Everything_Now (continued) (0:48)
  2. Everything Now (5:04)
  3. Signs Of Life (4:35)
  4. Creature Comfort (4:40)
  5. Peter Pan (2:47)
  6. Chemistry (3:38)
  7. Infinite Content (1:41)
  8. Infinite_Content (1:25)
  9. Electric Blue (4:02)
  10. Good God Damn (3:35)
  11. Put Your Money On Me (5:52)
  12. We Don't Deserve Love (6:25)
  13. Everything Now (continued) (2:31)
Review: Fight through the blizzard of scrupulously meta promotional activity surrounding it and you'll find a record that deconstructs the bombast Aracade Fire have become known for, reveals the vulnerability behind the stadium sheen and offers a treatise on modern day superficiality and consumerism. Moreover, it makes a sterling job of all three - joyfully disco-inflected, poppily uplifting, stylistically adventurous and bolder than every before, this is a band who can reference ABBA and Bowie irony-free in a ditty about information overload and somehow get away with it - a bunch of eternal square pegs with emotional wallop and deft melodic skills at their disposal, constantly in search of musical worlds beyond empty rhetoric and grandstanding gestures.
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Late Night Tales (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + art print + MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNLP 44. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hjalmar Larusson & Jonbjorn Gislason - "Jomsvikingarimur - Yta Eigi Feldi Ror." (1:15)
  2. Julianna Barwick - "Forever" (5:30)
  3. Koreless - "Last Remnants" (4:22)
  4. Odesza - "How Did I Get Here" (instrumental) (2:00)
  5. Anois - "A Noise" (4:10)
  6. Samaris - "Gooa Tungl" (4:08)
  7. Olafur Arnalds - "RGB" (4:36)
  8. Rival Consoles - "Pre" (5:14)
  9. Jai Paul - "Jasmine" (demo) (4:11)
  10. Four Tet - "Lion" (Jamie Xx remix) (6:52)
  11. James Blake - "Our Love Comes Back" (3:39)
  12. Spooky Black - "Pull" (4:13)
  13. Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld - "And Still They Move" (2:55)
  14. Olafur Arnalds - "Say My Name" (feat Arnor Dan) (5:38)
  15. Kiasmos - "Orgoned" (5:57)
  16. Olafur Arnalds - "Kinesthesia" (1:44)
  17. Hjaltalin - "Ethereal" (6:32)
  18. David Tennant - "Undone" (3:51)
Review: Icelandic classical, experimental and soundtrack composer Olafur Arnalds steps away from the loops and Broadchurch OSTs to conjure yet another sublime LNT saga. Carefully balancing between contemporary odysseys ("Jomsvikingarimur"), dense futuristic electronic weaves ("Last Remnants"), fuzzy 22nd century pop ("A Noise") sludgy cosmic funk ("Jasmine") and introspective soul ("Our Love Comes Back"), Olafur blows wave after woozy wave of soft sonic conjurations in a way that's broad, detailed and cleverly considered. Good night.
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Musica Cabeza (limited LP + booklet + MP3 download code with hand-stamped cloth obi-strip)
Cat: DOM 35L. Rel: 03 Apr 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Ninette En New York (4:52)
  2. Musica Cabeza (4:59)
  3. Jardin Marroqui (4:44)
  4. Noches En La Sabana (9:07)
  5. 7 Hombres (4:58)
  6. Soy Feliz (4:01)
  7. Hoy (6:04)
  8. Fantasmas Del Pasado (6:01)
Review: Arte Moderno was a short-lived outfit from the Canary Islands who scored an underground dancefloor hit in 1982 with the spaced-out punk-funk/new wave/dub disco grooves of "Ninette En New York" before all but disappearing. Here, we finally get a chance to hear what else they were up to, as Musica Cabeza - the debut album they recorded but then shelved in 1982, finally gets a release. It's a quietly impressive set, all told, offering up tracks that doff a cap to the likes of Talking Heads, Woo, Konk and Bauhaus, while also offering a fresh take on electric/electronic post-punk fusion. Had it been released when it was recorded there's no doubt it would have become an underground classic; now that it's finally seen the light of day, we can confirm it's every bit as good as we'd hoped for.
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These People (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RPALP 001. Rel: 18 May 16
Indie
  1. Out Of My Body (4:30)
  2. This Is How It Feels (5:05)
  3. They Don't Own Me (5:47)
  4. Hold On (5:38)
  5. These People (4:49)
  6. Everybody Needs Somebody To Hurt (4:39)
  7. Picture Of You (4:46)
  8. Black Lines (5:07)
  9. Ain't The Future So Bright (4:47)
  10. Songs Of Experience (5:47)
Review: The Wigan-birthed sage Richard Ashcroft has taken his fair share of flak over the years for his messianic tendencies, unflinchingly epic songwriting style and fervent self-belief, yet when it's in the service of albums like 'These People', it seems more than a little churlish to object to any of these attributes. Displaying an electronic freshness that finely complements the string-swathed widescreen sweep for which he's become known, these impassioned ditties are rarely notable for their subtlety, yet Ashcroft's rich baritone and raw charisma serve to elevate them to new plateaus of emotion and intensity. Write this fella off at your peril.
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A Different Kind Of Human: Step 2 (blue vinyl LP + insert + hologram prism)
Cat: 772358 9. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Pop
  1. The River (3:38)
  2. Animal (3:36)
  3. Dance On The Moon (3:37)
  4. Daydreamer (3:40)
  5. Hunger (2:47)
  6. Soulless Creatures (4:59)
  7. In Bottles (3:53)
  8. A Different Kind Of Human (3:59)
  9. Apple Tree (3:11)
  10. The Seed (4:26)
  11. Mothership (2:16)
Review: You may already know 22-year old Norwegian pop singer Aurora Aksnes for her rendition of Oasis' "Half the World Away" for a John Lewis Christmas advert in 2015, but if not, she's the biggest thing since Robyn. This latest record, following A Different Kind Of Human (Step 1) from last year, presents a third album to date and one that forms the second part of last year's surprise release. Fast-paced, hopeful, dancey and nordically folkal music, (Step 2) sees Aurora deliver something more experimental than before with its themes said to focus on ecological crisis and societal concepts of individualism. Syncopated basslines, staccato vocals and criss-crossing rhythms hit all the right spots in "Apple Tree" while our other pick "In Bottles" combines '90s pop sensationalism with breakbeats made to fit house tempos. Tip!
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A Different Kind Of Human: Step 2 (heavyweight blue vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: 810599 022556. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Pop
  1. The River (3:37)
  2. Animal (3:35)
  3. Dance On The Moon (3:37)
  4. Daydreamer (3:39)
  5. Hunger (2:47)
  6. Soulless Creatures (5:00)
  7. In Bottles (4:01)
  8. A Different Kind Of Human (3:53)
  9. Apple Tree (3:11)
  10. The Seed (4:24)
  11. Mothership (2:17)
Review: You may already know 22-year old Norwegian pop singer Aurora Aksnes for her rendition of Oasis' "Half the World Away" for a John Lewis Christmas advert in 2015, but if not, she's the biggest thing since Robyn. This latest record, following A Different Kind Of Human (Step 1) from last year, presents a third album to date and one that forms the second part of last year's surprise release. Fast-paced, hopeful, dancey and nordically folkal music, (Step 2) sees Aurora deliver something more experimental than before with its themes said to focus on ecological crisis and societal concepts of individualism. Syncopated basslines, staccato vocals and criss-crossing rhythms hit all the right spots in "Apple Tree" while our other pick "In Bottles" combines '90s pop sensationalism with breakbeats made to fit house tempos. Tip!
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Signal (LP)
Cat: STH 2410LP. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Too Much Money (2:17)
  2. Calling It (2:29)
  3. Suicide In Texas (2:58)
  4. I Love You, Fine (2:05)
  5. Highway (3:46)
  6. Signal (3:07)
  7. Humanoid (3:17)
  8. Damage (2:20)
  9. Electrocution (2:29)
  10. Champagne (2:52)
  11. Strange Conversations (3:26)
Review: No matter how hard they try, some bands struggle to make people dislike them. Take Los Angeles trio, Automatic. Sure, militant guitar fans might find a little to complain about, what with the distinct focus on synthdom here, but realistically that's like saying you hate pies because sandwiches also exist. There's more than a touch of Neu! and Suicide in this indie-post punk mix up, but we wouldn't want anyone to think they'd heard this before. Unless, of course, you actually have heard this lot before. Working within sounds that often feel explored to the nth degree, we're dealing with a band disinterested in convention but obsessed with making you feel immediately at home with them. From the rolling bass, distorted electro refrains and send-return vocals of "Too Much Money" through "Highway'"'s darkroom neo-dance bounce, to the slo-mo, anthemic closer "Strange Conversations", this debut album stands out for miles.
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Signal (limited red vinyl LP)
Cat: STH 2410LPX. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Indie
  1. Too Much Money (2:17)
  2. Calling It (2:29)
  3. Suicide In Texas (2:58)
  4. I Love You, Fine (2:05)
  5. Highway (3:46)
  6. Signal (3:07)
  7. Humanoid (3:17)
  8. Damage (2:20)
  9. Electrocution (2:29)
  10. Champagne (2:52)
  11. Strange Conversations (3:26)
Review: No matter how hard they try, some bands struggle to make people dislike them. Take Los Angeles trio, Automatic. Sure, militant guitar fans might find a little to complain about, what with the distinct focus on synthdom here, but realistically that's like saying you hate pies because sandwiches also exist. There's more than a touch of Neu! and Suicide in this indie-post punk mix up, but we wouldn't want anyone to think they'd heard this before. Unless, of course, you actually have heard this lot before. Working within sounds that often feel explored to the nth degree, we're dealing with a band disinterested in convention but obsessed with making you feel immediately at home with them. From the rolling bass, distorted electro refrains and send-return vocals of "Too Much Money" through "Highway'"'s darkroom neo-dance bounce, to the slo-mo, anthemic closer "Strange Conversations", this debut album stands out for miles.
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Cows On Hourglass Pond (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 447. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Indie
  1. What's The Goodside? (6:32)
  2. Eyes On Eyes (4:29)
  3. Nostalgia In Lemonade (3:42)
  4. Saturdays (Again) (4:58)
  5. Chilly Blue (2:38)
  6. KC Yours (6:14)
  7. Our Little Chapter (3:36)
  8. Taken Boy (3:41)
  9. Remember Mayan (4:50)
  10. HORS (4:54)
Review: The Animal Collective fold can never be seen too far off from each another and with Dave Portner's Avery Tare project delivering a new full length that makes two individual releases from the nebulous group in as many months. With obvious references to Yellow Submarine and 60s/70s psychedelica to be found on "Cows On Hourglass Pond" there's also a route into a alternate sub-pop universe that shares a world one part Postal Service one part Warp Records influences. And fun fact: Dave Portner recorded this album at Laughing Gas Studio in North Carolina on a Tascam 48 half-inch reel-to-reel tape machine, the very same one used for Animal Collective's "Sung Tongs".
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