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Cat: ER 1241. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Been Around
  2. Big Mouth
  3. Jody
  4. Charity Shop Window
  5. Someone's Gonna Break Your Heart
  6. Not That Sentimental Anymore
  7. Two Hearts
  8. Lucky Jack (20-1)
  9. Come To The Palisades!
  10. Finest Actor
  11. NY Man
  12. Pale Blue Moon (bonus track)
 in stock $11.66
Cat: OLE 14392. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. There Is No Year
  2. Dispossession
  3. Hour Of The Furnaces
  4. Losing Is Ours
  5. Unoccupied
  6. Chaka
  7. Wait For The Sound
  8. Repeating Night
  9. We Can't Be Found
  10. Nothing Bloomed
  11. Void (7" single)
Review: If you want drama, you got it. Algiers return with their third album, taking inspiration from Blake Butler's 2011 novel of the same name, a scribe they consider to be a friend, channeling the unsettling metaphorical horrors the book disturbs readers with, and carving an unsettling, dread-filled and neo-Gothic score from those body parts. At its most delicate, perhaps "Losing Is Ours", it's a tense, brooding, dark gospel journey into some imagined place conjured from the recesses of the mind you don't always feel comfortable exploring. In other moments we're talking frenetic contemporary punk ("Void"), guns - or at least guitars - blazing. Recorded in just two weeks, it's the band's most concise and coherent work to date, and also their most self-analytical and introverted. Themes can still be read as huge, but the global struggles of the past are now being read through more personal traumas.
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 in stock $10.57
  1. The Opening Crescendo
  2. All Who Wander
  3. Something Like This
  4. Into The Godless Void
  5. Don't Look Down
  6. Gone
  7. Children Of The Sky
  8. Who Haunts The Haunter
  9. Eyes Of The Overworld
  10. Gravity
  11. Blade Of Wind
  12. Through The Sunlit Door
 in stock $12.74
Paradise (CD)
Cat: TR 436. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Almost Falling In Love
  2. She Took The TV
  3. Love, Full-on
  4. Secret Life
  5. Guy Fawkes' Night
  6. Donnelly
  7. The Hotel At The Edge Of The World
  8. Sideways & The Golden Egg
  9. Lost Soul
  10. Paradise
 in stock $13.56
  1. All The Kids In LA
  2. Let It Ride
  3. Bam Rang Rang
  4. Tommy In The 80s
  5. Nobody Say Nothing
  6. Nowhere Bus
  7. Stiff
  8. Born To Raise Hell
  9. Sticky Thumbs
  10. Kicking Over Bottles
  11. Bar No One
 in stock $13.29
Cat: SHREDS 015. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. It's Easy Then
  2. Your Light
  3. Dog Eat Dog
  4. Why
  5. Don't Think
  6. Waves
  7. Holy Roller
  8. Take A Piece
  9. Barcelona
  10. A Hundred Ways To Land
  11. ADHD
Review: It's likely "Your Light" has crossed your path by now. The track has garnered regular airplay and - even among playlists on some of the UK's more discerning stations - stands out from the crowd. The good news is the other songs on The Big Moon's difficult second are also strong, moving away from the grunginess of debut "Love In The 4th Dimension" to deliver what might be remembered as the first great pop album of the roaring 20s. And that's pop with real bite. Frontman Juliette Jackson seems capable of greater levels of poetry than many of her peers. At its most poignant taking aim at the hollowness of modern womanhood, the terror of growing up without reaching "real adulthood" (see, or rather hear: "Barcelona") and being left behind by friends and their successes. That this stuff comes with rowdy choruses (opener "It's Easy Then") and hugely emotive anti-balladry ("Waves") elevates the package to future classic status.
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Dream On (CD)
Cat: PIASR 1130CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Wish We Had More Time
  2. Heart On Fire
  3. The More I Cry
  4. Who Knows
  5. Don't Forget About Me
  6. Everybody Hurts
  7. Hold On
  8. It's OK, It's Alright
  9. This Is Where It Ends
  10. Mississippi
Review: It's hard not to feel a sense of empathy after about a minute of Alice Boman's intimate and heartfelt debut, "Dream On". "Wish We Had More Time", the sombre and wistful opening track, marks this out as the kind of album that tells us all the heartache, and tears of the last decade are likely to be just as pronounced in this one. Glittering keys atop plodding melody reminding listeners that there's still beauty in and among the pain. Following with the choral "Heart On Fire" you may think the mood has switched to a more positive outlook. With lines like "I wish we'd never met" front and centre. Which is where the genius here becomes apparent. Love songs in the most honest sense - disempowering, terrifying, desperate, uncertain and, ultimately, devastating when threads unravel. Backed with scores that suck you in like lullabies, their depth difficult to countenance, you've got yourself something special.
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Cat: 082759 6. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Get Up
  2. Is It Real
  3. Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
  4. I Can Hardly Speak
  5. Good Day
  6. Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)
  7. I Worry Bout You
  8. People People
  9. Do You Feel Loved?
  10. Let You Go
  11. Racing Stripes
Review: Don't worry, BBC fans, the title here should definitely be considered as a reference to everything other than this album. Sweeping as that is, the outfit have spent six years considering their future, going on "indefinite hiatus" following 2014's astonishing "So Long, See You Tomorrow", and offering excellent solo bits, only to return with work that's both fresh and reassuringly familiar. By now you're probably familiar with "Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)", which forsakes the soft-edges of that preceding, sample-heavy record in favour of something more in keeping with earlier, more "live sounding" fare. There's plenty more here along those lines, not least "I Can Hardly Speak" and the title number itself. Efforts like "Let You Go" rely on glitchy electronics for impact, instrumentation that sounds cast in vivid moonlight abounds on "People People", while "Get Up" is a sultry, sax-filled anthem. This is indeed how you stage a comeback.
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Cat: RUSCD 8214. Rel: 16 Jan 20
  1. Super Bad
  2. Sax Maniac
  3. Almost Black
  4. White Cannibal
  5. I Got You (I Feel Good)
  6. Melt Yourself Down
  7. Hell On Earth
  8. King Heroin
  9. My Infatuation
 in stock $13.56
Cat: LO 167CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Bring Your Dolphin
  2. Pea Shore
  3. I Am The Emotion
  4. I Recommend You Do The Same
  5. Loaded Words
  6. Merch
  7. Toothless Fuckface
  8. Hard
  9. Help Mother
  10. Don't Say It Like That
 in stock $12.74
Cat: 618602 2. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Heart Attack
  2. Heavy Jacket
  3. More Again Forever
  4. Better Man
  5. Hanging Off Your Cloud
  6. Previous Parties
  7. The Joy Of Missing Out
  8. One Day At A Time
  9. Take It On The Chin
  10. Is Heaven Even Worth It?
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Cat: FLT 064CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Save Me
  2. Paradiso
  3. Monica
  4. Hide
  5. Be So Blue
  6. I'll Be Gone
  7. Black Aura
out of stock $12.20
Therapy (CD)
Cat: TAL 112CD. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Therapy
  2. Endlessly
  3. Ramble Around
  4. Out There
  5. Nisliani
  6. Emotionally Captive
  7. Me As A Sound
  8. Lucid Thoughts
  9. He Was All Of Them
  10. Holding A Brick II
 in stock $11.66
Cat: MI 0569CD. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Sound Raging
  2. Silence/After The Fact
  3. Coffee Or Wine
  4. Best Kept Garden
  5. I Thought You Were Something Else
  6. Between Nations
  7. Change Of Heir
  8. Do You Read Me?
  9. From A Dream, Into My Arms
  10. Beyond That Of Courtesy
  11. A Shot To The Arm
  12. A Common Language (Part 1)
  13. A Common Language (Part 2)
  14. Nikon (Part 1)
  15. Nikon (Part 2)
  16. If The Wind Blows Towards The Hospital
  17. Only In A Man's World
  18. Money Is A Memory
  19. An Independent State
Review: In so many ways, "Making A New World" has been an age coming. A full century, in fact. The seventh album from Peter and David Brewis' rightly lauded outfit is their most ambitious, with the talented craftsmen forsaking the contemporaneous commentary present throughout much of their oeuvre in favour of adopting the position of historic documenters. Confused? No worries, let's cut to the kind of direct chase suited to their North East English roots. A highly political work, the record attempts to explain the shocking state of today's planet - and civilisation - by tracing problems back to World War I. And it makes a big impression in doing so. Opening with the field recording-esque "Sound Ranging", and then the startlingly tender piano solo "Silence/After The Fact", it's not long before the art-pop-prog starts to properly unfold, spanning a fittingly huge 19 tracks to close on the sinister-sounding and resoundingly unsettling "An Independent State". Marvellous stuff.
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Debris (CD)
Cat: BAY 116CD. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Debris
  2. Black Bull
  3. It's Raining
  4. Look To Yourself
  5. Lost
  6. Butterfly
  7. Large Oak
  8. Start Again
 in stock $12.47
Deleter (CD)
Cat: HF 001CD. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Luxe (feat Alexis Taylor)
  2. Deleters (feat Angus Andrew)
  3. Endless
  4. Free Gloss (feat Nicholas Allbrook)
  5. Moment
  6. Near Mint
  7. No Error
  8. San Sebastian
  9. Ruby
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Toronto's most explicitly named band, a hardware loving, laptop-shunning four-piece that were once signed to XL Recordings/Young Turks. "Deleter" is not only their first studio set for four years, but also their first self-released album. They hit the ground running via a fine hybrid indie/electronic collaboration with Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor ("Luxe"), before working their way through loose-limbed analogue funk ("Deleters"), shoegaze-influenced wall-of-sound bliss ("Endless"), skewed electro-disco stompers (the Moroder-influenced "Moment") and the kind of jangling indie-dance numbers that should prove popular with fringe-sporting misfits the world over.
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Cat: GJ 00552. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. July 4
  2. Off By One
  3. Barricade
  4. Smile In The Rain
  5. Bodyintoshapes
  6. Untroubled Mind
  7. Rabbit Roads
  8. In The Same Place
  9. Silver & Gold
  10. Dogcatcher
  11. A Change In Diner
 in stock $11.39
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0159CDX. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Way The World Is (CD1: The Comforts Of Madness - 30th Anniversary Remaster)
  2. You Tear The World In Two
  3. Sea Of Sound
  4. True Coming Dream
  5. Little Hammer
  6. Insubstantial
  7. A Deep Sleep For Steven
  8. Language Of Flowers
  9. Fell From The Sun
  10. Sight Of You
  11. Time Thief
  12. Sight Of You (CD2: unreleased Sessions 1988-1989 - original Woodhouse Studio version)
  13. Way The World Is (Woodhouse Studio LP demos)
  14. Language Of Flowers
  15. You Tear The World In Two
  16. Fell From The Sun
  17. A Deep Sleep For Steven
  18. Time Thief
  19. Sea Of Sound
  20. Insubstantial
  21. Little Hammer
  22. True Coming Dream
  23. She Rides The Waves (John Peel Session)
  24. You Tear The World In Two
  25. Way The World Is
  26. Time Thief
Review: Britain is on the very cusp of the post-Thatcher era, mistakes not necessarily learnt from the past 11 years, but certainly evidence mounting for the failure of individualism and the importance of communities. Change is needed, and change is what the next decade would bring. Some of which began with this album, unveiled in 1989, now regarded among the best shoegaze outings of all time. The label doesn't sit that well with us, though. There's just too much else happening with Pale Saints' pacy, expansive and utterly compelling debut. Post punk accents, eruptions into (and introductions based on) pure noise, and surrealist dream pop. Presented here in a new collector's edition, featuring recordings from the band's seminal John Peel session and demos, we couldn't think of a band so deserving of being discovered by a new generation, and re-celebrated by those who were there at the time.
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Marigold (CD)
Cat: RT 0082CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Dotted Line
  2. Spiral
  3. The Alarmist
  4. No Drugs
  5. Moment
  6. Hairpin
  7. Phase
  8. Endless
  9. Alcove
  10. Neighbor
  11. Marigold
Review: There's a grandiose, finishing credits vibe to the first track on Pinegrove's latest (and first for the legendary Rough Trade label). Solid guitars, melodic vocals and staccato piano riffs mark this out as emotionally-charged garage rock from the off, although don't expect this to be all the perfect soundtrack to a boozy Saturday with friends in your flat. Things become a little more sombre, or at least introverted and self-reflective as the tracks move on. "The Alarmist" sounds like a man having his heart stamped on by crushed dreams and shattered illusions, somehow finding strength to continue until the real gritty chords land. The final chapter, "Marigold" itself, is a whispering, atmospheric thing of staggering beauty that closes us out with a meditative offering. Tracks like "Hairpin" satisfy desires for classic folk traditions - more whisky on the veranda than microbrewery bottles in a Brooklyn apartment.
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Refused (CD)
Cat: CDGG 314. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Fire
  2. Santa Dog '78
  3. Santa Dog '84
  4. Santa Dog '84 (Unfinished - A Work In Progress)
  5. Santa Dog '88
  6. Santa Dog NYE
  7. Santa Dog '92
  8. Famine
  9. Pestilence
  10. Flood
  11. Plague
  12. Fire '99/Santa Dog 2nd Millennium
  13. Santa Dog 2006
  14. Santa Dog 2012
  15. Santa Dog 2017
  16. Santa Dog For Gamelan Orchestra
  17. Santa Cow
  18. Santa Dog (live 2013)
 in stock $12.20
Cat: CRC 089CD. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Red Lady
  2. Mister Natural (feat La Roux)
  3. Hard Times (feat John Gran)
  4. Ca Plane Pour Mo
  5. Bang Bang (feat Chrystabell)
  6. Seabird
  7. Satellite Of Love (feat Badly Drawn Boy)
  8. I Saw The Light (feat Melanie Pain)
  9. Up In My Mind (feat Tracyanne Campbell)
  10. Tocyn (feat Gruff Rhys)
  11. Want You To Know
 in stock $10.84
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