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Mosaic Of The Orient (reissue)
  1. Let's Dance
  2. My Lovely Elena
  3. Sweet Eyes
  4. Take Me With You
  5. Always In My Heart
  6. Dance Of Maria
  7. I Think Of You
  8. Smile For Me
  9. Leila Leila Jolie Fille
  10. Don’t Forget Me
  11. Hey' Dabke
  12. Summer Is Coming
  13. Let Me Love You
  14. Goodnight My Love
  15. Midnight Dance
  16. Sweet Nadia
  17. My Heart Song
Review: First released in 1972, 'Mosaic of Colour' is Rahbani at his most globally significant, boundary-pushing and forward-thinking, exploring a multitude of instruments and influences from both Arabic and Western cultures. It's not just a thing of beauty, either - it's a rare thing of beauty that should be savoured and cherished, so think yourself lucky if it's on the shelves already. The youngest of the Rahbani Brothers (also comprising Assi and Mansour), this record gives an insight into the now 82-year-old Lebanese author, conductor, arranger and producer as he was in his early-30s, which, along with the fact this was his solo debut, makes the maturity of 'Mosaic' even more remarkable (standing up as it does to anything he has given us since). A bold and beautiful journey through lush, exotic soundscapes that everyone needs to take.
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coming soon $29.45
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Summerlong
Summerlong (coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: THRILL 523LPZ. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Only Lonely
  2. Empty Bottles
  3. Real Long Gone
  4. Floating Out
  5. Morning Light
  6. Reno Shuffle
  7. Wee Hours
  8. Wildflowers
Review: Talk about self-awareness. Rose City Band profess to play 'some laid-back strums', and it's pretty much impossible to come up with a more accurate description for the Portland, Oregon troupe. Quite the fitting sound considering the city's reputation for relaxed and open-minded attitudes, you'll struggle to hear much that jangles and rolls out blues-psyche-rock with this much seemingly effortless ease. Opening on 'Only Lonely' (not to be confused with Roy Orbison's similarly-named classic, or indeed the eponymous John Candy movie), there's a country air to the six strings and snare-topped drums. Things become more expansive on fare like Dire Straits-leaning 'Wee Hours', riffs echoing well beyond the track's rhythmic chug, with that uptempo pace maintained throughout most of a record we'd file under timeless, sun-kissed and earthy rock 'n' roll.
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coming soon $24.46
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Summerlong
Cat: THRILL 523LP. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Only Lonely
  2. Empty Bottles
  3. Real Long Gone
  4. Floating Out
  5. Morning Light
  6. Reno Shuffle
  7. Wee Hours
  8. Wildflowers
Review: Talk about self-awareness. Rose City Band profess to play 'some laid-back strums', and it's pretty much impossible to come up with a more accurate description for the Portland, Oregon troupe. Quite the fitting sound considering the city's reputation for relaxed and open-minded attitudes, you'll struggle to hear much that jangles and rolls out blues-psyche-rock with this much seemingly effortless ease. Opening on 'Only Lonely' (not to be confused with Roy Orbison's similarly-named classic, or indeed the eponymous John Candy movie), there's a country air to the six strings and snare-topped drums. Things become more expansive on fare like Dire Straits-leaning 'Wee Hours', riffs echoing well beyond the track's rhythmic chug, with that uptempo pace maintained throughout most of a record we'd file under timeless, sun-kissed and earthy rock 'n' roll.
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coming soon $22.89
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Birds (reissue)
Birds (reissue) (12" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: C56 030.
  1. Birds (7:26)
  2. Birds (Tiago remix) (10:08)
Review: Claremont 56 continue to disregard the genre boundaries - preferring instead to give good music the attention it deserves - as their latest looker of a twelve inch presents us the sounds of Torn Sail. Fronted by Smith & Mudd vocalist Huw Costin, Torn Sail go all 60s West Coast rock on us with the gloriously rich sounds of "Birds". From its acoustic beginnings the track gradually unfurls into a delightful groove embellished by soothing vocal harmonies. It's almost a thankless task enlisting anyone to try and remix what sounds like a perfect song, but Claremont 56 obviously chose right in requesting the services of Tiago. In the Portuguese producer's hands "Birds" is transformed into a heavily psychedelic freakout which gently develops into a kraut rock behemoth filled with swathes of heavy organ vibes. Containing several shifts in momentum - including a glorious half speed finish - this is a truly stunning remix which left our jaws occupying the floor!
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coming soon $12.09
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Drops Of Jupiter
Drops Of Jupiter (numbered 180 gram vinylLP)
Cat: MFSL 1444.
Review: It should take about two seconds to remember this one, and the global chart domination it enjoyed back in the far more innocent times of February 2001. Just in case, though, 'Drops Of Jupiter' is one of the most immediately recognisable slices of heartwarming and emotional indie pop niceness you're likely to fall head over heels for again, hence the fact it has been covered by innumerable stars since its initial release. In may ways, once you know the story the track takes on a very different form - far less amorous and much more about longing and lamentation. Train's lead singer, Patrick Monahan, wrote the lyrics about his mother shortly after she died, with opening lines coming to him in a dream. The kind of personal story that usually inspires work that stands the test of time, here's the evidence if you need it.
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coming soon $52.59
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Sueno De Solentiname
Cat: MASCHIO 001.
  1. Sueno De Solentiname (Batongo Ditongo edit)
Review: Batongo Ditongo's version of the overlooked Mano Negra masterpiece was previously released in 2017 as part of a small uncredited vinyl run. This is a remastered version with a better sounding vinyl pressing.
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coming soon $11.05
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Summerlong
Cat: THRILL 523CD. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Only Lonely
  2. Empty Bottles
  3. Real Long Gone
  4. Floating Out
  5. Morning Light
  6. Reno Shuffle
  7. Wee Hours
  8. Wildflowers
Review: Talk about self-awareness. Rose City Band profess to play 'some laid-back strums', and it's pretty much impossible to come up with a more accurate description for the Portland, Oregon troupe. Quite the fitting sound considering the city's reputation for relaxed and open-minded attitudes, you'll struggle to hear much that jangles and rolls out blues-psyche-rock with this much seemingly effortless ease. Opening on 'Only Lonely' (not to be confused with Roy Orbison's similarly-named classic, or indeed the eponymous John Candy movie), there's a country air to the six strings and snare-topped drums. Things become more expansive on fare like Dire Straits-leaning 'Wee Hours', riffs echoing well beyond the track's rhythmic chug, with that uptempo pace maintained throughout most of a record we'd file under timeless, sun-kissed and earthy rock 'n' roll.
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coming soon $13.15
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The Quickening
The Quickening (coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: THRILL 511LPX. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Gathering
  2. Unwritten
  3. The Lucky
  4. The Other Christmas Song
  5. Last Days
  6. Diver
  7. The Quickening
  8. Pallet
  9. 18 To 1
  10. November
Review: Introducing your players - Jim White, known as a member of Venom P. Stinger, Dirty Three and Xylouris White, not to mention a soloist who has collaborated with the likes of Cat Power, PJ Harvey and Bill Callahan; and the esteemed blues folk traditionalist Marisa Anderson. Together they make a gravelly, earthy strand of instrumental, downtempo guitar roots partly recorded at a 1970s relic of a Mexico City studio, in part using unfamiliar instruments (nylon string Ramos-Castillo guitars), it really does have the feeling of a time capsule about it. Opening is to dive into a percussive-driven journey where our guides are deceptively enthralling chords and melodies that weave around our ears. Exceptional and inspired stuff.
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coming soon $24.46
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I Feel Alive
I Feel Alive (cassette)
Cat: TOP 002CASS.
Review: Say the words 'soft rock' to most people and they won't necessarily conjure images of cool bands making edgy statements with sophisticated sounds. And that's why most people are wrong, or have at least failed to strike up a relationship with Montreal outfit Tops. Since 2012 the troupe have been making music exactly like that, and with 'I Feel Alive' the recipe proves particularly potent. You could identify shades of Fleetwood Mac on more than one occasion here - the disco hues of 'Direct Sunlight' is one example, while 'Colder & Closer' makes light work of throwing some synth pop into the mix further down the line. Ultimately, though, it's as much about sharp lyricism as anything else, with tales of adultery, the relentless drag of casual sex and more making for quite the poignant take on modern life.
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coming soon $8.94
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The Quickening
Cat: THRILL 511CD. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Gathering
  2. Unwritten
  3. The Lucky
  4. The Other Christmas Song
  5. Last Days
  6. Diver
  7. The Quickening
  8. Pallet
  9. 18 To 1
  10. November
Review: Introducing your players - Jim White, known as a member of Venom P. Stinger, Dirty Three and Xylouris White, not to mention a soloist who has collaborated with the likes of Cat Power, PJ Harvey and Bill Callahan; and the esteemed blues folk traditionalist Marisa Anderson. Together they make a gravelly, earthy strand of instrumental, downtempo guitar roots partly recorded at a 1970s relic of a Mexico City studio, in part using unfamiliar instruments (nylon string Ramos-Castillo guitars), it really does have the feeling of a time capsule about it. Opening is to dive into a percussive-driven journey where our guides are deceptively enthralling chords and melodies that weave around our ears. Exceptional and inspired stuff.
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coming soon $14.47
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Future Teenage Cave Artists
  1. Future Teenage Cave Artists
  2. Sympathy For The Baby Boo
  3. The Loved One
  4. Ye Saddle Babes
  5. New Orphan Asylum For Spirited Deerchildren
  6. Zazeet
  7. Fraction Anthem
  8. "Farewell" Symphony
  9. Reduced Guilt
  10. Damaged Eyes Squinting Into The Beautiful Overhot Sun
  11. Call On Thee
Review: Experimental rock deities Deerfhoof ensure something will survive with their latest, adding gems to an already-bejewelled crown by way of innovation and chaos, not to mention doe-eyed beauty if you listen hard enough. A testament to the power of paring back, and the band's ability to follow their deeply textured and melodic 'Mountain Moves' album with something completely different, its among their best work to date. At least part of the aesthetic comes down to recording process - in this case the use of a built in laptop mic. Its limitations afford a distorted quality to the more intense tracks, not least those Commander-in-Chief riffs of 'Ye Saddle Babes', and the mangled drum rolls on 'Sympathy For The Baby Boo'. A trippy, rhythm-heavy and rough and ready guitar triumph.
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coming soon $9.73
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What's New Tomboy?
Review: Damien Jurado has enjoyed a long and varied solo career, but there have been consistent traits throughout that quarter century. As 'What's New, Tomboy?' proves, his is a world that is quiet but not listless, it's tender, kind and politely inquisitive, but also hurt and helpless. Many of his songs feel written from the perspective of empathetic observer rather than first hand participant, and he's most comfortable writing deep balladry. In many ways then this isn't so much new territory as a fantastic example of how Jurado has won over so many fans across the world. 'Sandra' is a sweet sunset serenade, acoustic guitar and melodic vocals threatening to leave very few eyes without a glint of teariness. 'The End Of The Road' takes us down rougher and readier guitar streets, wisened journeyman stuff, which is similar to the welcome of opener 'Birds Tricked Into The Trees'.
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coming soon $22.36
FORTHCOMING
The Quickening
The Quickening (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: THRILL 511LP. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Gathering
  2. Unwritten
  3. The Lucky
  4. The Other Christmas Song
  5. Last Days
  6. Diver
  7. The Quickening
  8. Pallet
  9. 18 To 1
  10. November
Review: Introducing your players - Jim White, known as a member of Venom P. Stinger, Dirty Three and Xylouris White, not to mention a soloist who has collaborated with the likes of Cat Power, PJ Harvey and Bill Callahan; and the esteemed blues folk traditionalist Marisa Anderson. Together they make a gravelly, earthy strand of instrumental, downtempo guitar roots partly recorded at a 1970s relic of a Mexico City studio, in part using unfamiliar instruments (nylon string Ramos-Castillo guitars), it really does have the feeling of a time capsule about it. Opening is to dive into a percussive-driven journey where our guides are deceptively enthralling chords and melodies that weave around our ears. Exceptional and inspired stuff.
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coming soon $25.51
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La Yarara
La Yarara (white vinyl LP)
Cat: YUC 056CVINYL.
Review: Based in London, UK, but originally hailing from Argentina, Malena Zavala is nothing if not disinterested in picking a style and sticking with it. Following on from her 2018 debut album, 'Aliso', 'La Yarara' again sees her combining some bold and often disparate genres, and playing with language - Spanish and English - to dazzling effect. The result being a record that's devastatingly effective and equally original. 'What If I' is a positive, upbeat and hypnotic pop lullaby. 'Compay' is saturated in a bluesy atmosphere, melding this with downtempo electronica. 'I'm Leaving Home' is a lackadaisical, whispered slice of reflective chill out. The title track is South American exoticism, canned and then opened on record. A huge talent diving deeper into sonic possibilities, and following what sounds good rather than familiar.
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Holiday
Holiday (LP)
Cat: FMG 085LP. Rel: 17 Jul 20
Review: A LOT can happen in eight years. Just ask Jennah Barry. Releasing her debut solo album in 2012, 'Young Men', between then and now she embarked on an intimidatingly exhaustive tour, went under the surgical knife for an operation that could have laid waste to her entire singing (and, by proxy, musical) career, and gave birth to her first child. Like so many people who have experienced their fair share of life, 'Holiday', the long-awaited response, is as carefree and confident as it is heartfelt, empathetic and sincere. It's country-acoustic-folk-rock business that comes with the kind of sunny disposition reserved for people who acknowledge the bad, and do their best to counter that, but are fundamentally appreciative of still being in a position to see and comment on those downsides.
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coming soon $23.40
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Dream Hunting In The Valley Of The In Between
  1. Dreamers
  2. Cloud Nein
  3. On The Mend
  4. Lonely Beuys
  5. Future Peg
  6. Goat
  7. Inner Iggy
  8. Hunters
  9. Oyster Point
  10. The Prettiest Song In The World
  11. Animal Attraction
  12. Sheela
  13. Unsweet Meat
  14. Swan
  15. Powder My Wig
  16. If Only
  17. In The Valley Of The In Between
Review: Ryan Kattner fronts a Man Man album for the first time in seven years, and there's a lot going on. Within the first two tracks alone, 'Dreamers' and 'Cloud Nein', we've had a sultry evening's jazz warm up and a rollocking, boozy, piano rock stomper of the early-Cold War Kids variety. Off we go. 'Goat' is a curious epic that has more than a shade of gypsy funeral punk to it, long brass notes somewhere between exoticism and blues, chorus rooted in folk song. Eyes grow more like saucers when 'Unsweet Meat' unfurls its seductive and increasingly frantic groove, erupting into stepping rhythm and closing chant. Elsewhere, 'Inner Iggy' is a jangling rock 'n' roll classic, and 'Swan' is a broken and honest but sweet piano solo. The point being, you won't hear much like this again for a while.
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coming soon $11.05
FORTHCOMING
Dream Hunting In The Valley Of The In Between
  1. Dreamers
  2. Cloud Nein
  3. On The Mend
  4. Lonely Beuys
  5. Future Peg
  6. Goat
  7. Inner Iggy
  8. Hunters
  9. Oyster Point
  10. The Prettiest Song In The World
  11. Animal Attraction
  12. Sheela
  13. Unsweet Meat
  14. Swan
  15. Powder My Wig
  16. If Only
  17. In The Valley Of The In Between
Review: Ryan Kattner fronts a Man Man album for the first time in seven years, and there's a lot going on. Within the first two tracks alone, 'Dreamers' and 'Cloud Nein', we've had a sultry evening's jazz warm up and a rollocking, boozy, piano rock stomper of the early-Cold War Kids variety. Off we go. 'Goat' is a curious epic that has more than a shade of gypsy funeral punk to it, long brass notes somewhere between exoticism and blues, chorus rooted in folk song. Eyes grow more like saucers when 'Unsweet Meat' unfurls its seductive and increasingly frantic groove, erupting into stepping rhythm and closing chant. Elsewhere, 'Inner Iggy' is a jangling rock 'n' roll classic, and 'Swan' is a broken and honest but sweet piano solo. The point being, you won't hear much like this again for a while.
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coming soon $7.89
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The Prettiest Curse
Cat: LUCKY 139CS.
Review: It might just be us, but the third record from Spanish garage guitar wielders Hinds feels like a marked change of path for the rightly acclaimed outfit. It's certainly an altogether less growling and bloody-nosed affair than their first record, and to a lesser extent 2018's 'I Don't Run'. Which isn't to say this development is a negative thing. Of course not everything here sounds like the retro-pop of 'Good Bad Times', which is a colourful, upbeat and synthy introduction to their new work. 'Just Like Kids' is a far more raucous and unconventional stomper. 'Take Me Back' shows the power of pared back arrangements, echoed riffs accentuating the feeling of space. And 'This Moment Forever' is a low slung, downtrodden delight. Altogether sweeter, but still capable of knocking anyone out, if Hinds weren't already close to your heart they should be after this.
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coming soon $8.15
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Only Nineteen
Cat: PLP 6982. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Planes (From The album "Ball Of Eyes")
  2. Only Nineteen (From The album "1973")
  3. Showbiz Suite (From The album "Ball Of Eyes")
Review: "Placebo" is a Jazz/ Progressive Rock band from Belgium, led by legendary keyboardist/composer Marc Moulin. This 12"EP is included 3 live tracks recorded in 1973 when they played in TV programme "Three Days In April" regarding jazz in Belgium. This is the first time to be released these tracks on vinyl!
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coming soon $31.03
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