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Afghan Whigs – Do To The BeastMac Demarco – Salad DaysThe Amazing Snakeheads – Amphetamine BalladsTweens – TweensThe War On Drugs – Lost In The DreamBrown Brogues – ZolotoNick Waterhouse – HollyEagulls – EagullsPost War Glamour Girls – Pink FurTemples – Sun StructuresMaximo Park – Too Much InformationVulkano – Live Wild Die FreeWarpaint – WarpaintNo Sinner – Boo HooPeggy Sue – Chorus of EchoesHabibi – HabibiDrowners – DrownersEmily Wells – MamaWeekend – JinxThee Oh Sees – Singles Collection: Vol 3Grizzly Bear – Shields: ExpandedNick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Live From KCRWJake Bugg – Shangri LaDay Ravies – TussleLos Campesinos! – No BluesThe Flaming Lips – Peace SwordTess Parks – Blood HotArcade Fire – ReflektorWooden Shjips – Back To LandWillard Grant Conspiracy – Ghost RepublicWidowspeak – The SwampsJonathan Rado – Law And OrderBoardwalk – BoardwalkPearl Jam – Lightning BoltTraams – GrinHomeshake – The Homeshake tapeJoanna Gruesome – Weird SisterFuck Buttons – Slow FocusQOTSA …Like Clockwork – ReviewDirty Beaches – Drifters/Love is the DevilLaura Marling – Once I Was an EagleThe Black Angels – Indigo MeadowSavages – Silence YourselfMazes – Ores & MineralsNick Waterhouse – Time’s All GoneDaughter – If You Leave
Afghan Whigs – Do To The Beast
Mac Demarco – Salad Days
The Amazing Snakeheads – Amphetamine Ballads
Tweens – Tweens
The War On Drugs – Lost In The Dream
Brown Brogues – Zoloto
Nick Waterhouse – Holly
Eagulls – Eagulls
Post War Glamour Girls – Pink Fur
Temples – Sun Structures
Maximo Park – Too Much Information
Vulkano – Live Wild Die Free
Warpaint – Warpaint
No Sinner – Boo Hoo
Peggy Sue – Chorus of Echoes
Habibi – Habibi
Drowners – Drowners
Emily Wells – Mama
Weekend – Jinx
Thee Oh Sees – Singles Collection: Vol 3
Grizzly Bear – Shields: Expanded
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Live From KCRW
Jake Bugg – Shangri La
Day Ravies – Tussle
Los Campesinos! – No Blues
The Flaming Lips – Peace Sword
Tess Parks – Blood Hot
Arcade Fire – Reflektor
Wooden Shjips – Back To Land
Willard Grant Conspiracy – Ghost Republic
Widowspeak – The Swamps
Jonathan Rado – Law And Order
Boardwalk – Boardwalk
Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt
Traams – Grin
Homeshake – The Homeshake tape
Joanna Gruesome – Weird Sister
Fuck Buttons – Slow Focus
QOTSA …Like Clockwork – Review
Dirty Beaches – Drifters/Love is the Devil
Laura Marling – Once I Was an Eagle
The Black Angels – Indigo Meadow
Savages – Silence Yourself
Mazes – Ores & Minerals
Nick Waterhouse – Time’s All Gone
Daughter – If You Leave

Electric Moon – The Picture

It’s a fact that most people, whilst sensory deprived, see hallucinations and even in some cases, hear things. A couple of hours in an isolation tank should do the job, however, with the likes of Electric Moon, there doesn’t need … Continue reading


Jesus On Heroine – No Hard Feelings

What can we say about Jesus On Heroine? Well, the truth is, tracing down information on these guys is pretty damn difficult, they like to keep way under the radar. They are a mysterious psychedelic shoegaze band from Copenhagen, influenced … Continue reading


Afghan Whigs – Do To The Beast

16 years since an album release from The Afghan Whigs and then BOOM, SXSW performance with none other than Usher (yes, Usher) and the announcement of a new album that we now know to be Do To The Beast. This … Continue reading



A project led by Welsh singer-songwriter Dan Price, The Ha’pennies seamlessly blend a still and comforting brand of acoustic soul with an eerie opening riff on ‘Clinic’ – the track that has been chosen as this week’s Unsigned Sunday by … Continue reading


The Coathangers – Follow Me

Do you ever reach the point where you’ve simply enough? I know that’s a pretty broad and pessimistic statement but hold on. I don’t know about you but I’ve got a real lust for life yet, by not much fault … Continue reading


Martin Hannett: The Redemption, Gorilla, Manchester

Early evening, and the place is teeming with the city’s young and trendy. Meticulously pruned blokes sporting designer stubble stand proud sipping premium lager, simultaneously casting tactical stares upon the professional, pencil skirted contingent glossed in the opulent teachings of … Continue reading


Nick Waterhouse – Oslo, Hackney

After a glorious day of Spring sunshine Far Out were lucky enough to be treated to one of California’s brightest stars of neo-soul; Mr Nick Waterhouse and his fantastic ensemble at the newly opened Oslo in Hackney, London. Moving through … Continue reading


Popstrangers – Country Kills

After releasing 2013′s gazing and woozy Antipodes Kiwi trio Popstrangers are back with a riffier and altogether more distorted attempt with Country Kills its disco beat and dreamy vocals make it perfect for Friday’s Track Of The Day. With enough fuzz at it’s core … Continue reading


LIVE: British Sea Power – The Picturedrome, Holmfirth

Far Out Magazine fled the bright lights of the city for the rolling Yorkshire hills on Wednesday to catch a band who couldn’t be more apt for a spring night performance within such leafy surroundings. British Sea Power celebrated a … Continue reading


Anímic – Skeletons 2

Alt-indie outfit, Anímic, release their fifth studio album, Hannibal via BCore Disc this summer and will preview new material with two exclusive UK shows at The Old Blue Last in London on 2 May and Liverpool Sound City on 3 May. Their new single, … Continue reading