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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
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Burnside Eleven – Serotonin Blues

Hopefully you’ve all clapped eyes on our BBC Panorama esq feature/incriminating expose detailing musical malfeasance and down right dirty tricks of tumultuous Texan cowboy and belligerent Berlin ‘Psyche’ Fest (dis)organiser Robbie D Love by now? If you haven’t then check … Continue reading

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Berlin Psych Fest Uncovered

Berlin Psych Fest, an opportunity for Germany’s capital city to celebrate a genre of music so close to the hearts of locals, the same locals who are amongst the city’s undertones still reverberating from Krautrock joining together in one of … Continue reading

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MT – Dear One

We are known here at Far Out for indulging in the heavier side of alt-rock, we love to be in the middle of the of it all bathed in sweat and holding our necks in place as we gormlessly accept … Continue reading

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Tobacco – Streaker

Tobacco Shares the video for ‘Streaker’ directed by Eric Wareheim and taken from his brand new LP set to be released via Ghostly, 13th May. Tobacco’s new album is titled Ultima II Massage, so it makes sense that a video for the … Continue reading

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Gambles – You Won’t Remind It

Gambles has shared his brand new video for ‘You Won’t Remind It’ which appears on his forthcoming EP entitled I Can’t Keep Still When It Comes To You. The video itself focuses on Chris, a homeless fellow that Gambles’ frontman Matthew … Continue reading

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Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots

After all the hyped up heroine promotion, Damon Albarn is now sharing his eagerly anticipated solo album Everyday Robots. The debut LP, entitled Everyday Robots, is Albarn’s first effort under his own name and is set to be released via XL … Continue reading

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Amen Dunes – I Can’t Dig It

Just off a tour supporting Mac DeMarco and in the midst of a run with Thee Silver Mt. Zion, Damon McMahon’s Amen Dunes offers an entirely different vibe present on forthcoming album, Love, with new song ‘I Can’t Dig It’. This follows previously shared tracks, ‘Lonely Richard’ and ‘Lilac In Hand’  from … Continue reading

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Max Pope – Gone to Count Sheep

Having recently had the pleasure of seeing Nick Waterhouse his big and brassy brand of neo-soul the crowd were given another morsel of individuality. Max Pope an 18 year old from South London sloped on to the Hackney stage with … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: WERKHA ON RECORD STORE DAY 2014

As part of Far Out Magazine’s coverage of Record Store Day 2014, we thought we would gain a DJ’s perspective by picking the brain of one of Manchester’s brightest new producers. Following on from our night out at his Beacons … Continue reading

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Record Store Day, global

How are you enjoying Record Store Day? If you’re wondering what the rest of the world is up to today then look no further, we spoke to some of the most unique record stores on the planet: Tower Records, Japan … Continue reading