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Get your hands on Brian Eno’s My Squelchy LifeSuperfood – Don’t Say ThatListen to Parkay Quarts’ Content Nausea in fullEast India Youth to re-release album with 54-minute film scoreHalf Japanese – OverjoyedThe Growlers – Chinese FountainAllah Las – Worship The SunKaren O – Crush SongsJAWS – Be SlowlyTape Waves – Let You Go20 ALBUMS TO SOUNDTRACK THE PERFECT SUMMER SOLSTICEGold-Bears – DallianceParquet Courts – Sunbathing AnimalAmen Dunes – LoveAfghan 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 SisterPond – Hobo RocketFuck 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
Get your hands on Brian Eno’s My Squelchy Life
Superfood – Don’t Say That
Listen to Parkay Quarts’ Content Nausea in full
East India Youth to re-release album with 54-minute film score
Half Japanese – Overjoyed
The Growlers – Chinese Fountain
Allah Las – Worship The Sun
Karen O – Crush Songs
JAWS – Be Slowly
Tape Waves – Let You Go
20 ALBUMS TO SOUNDTRACK THE PERFECT SUMMER SOLSTICE
Gold-Bears – Dalliance
Parquet Courts – Sunbathing Animal
Amen Dunes – Love
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
Pond – Hobo Rocket
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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VIDEO: Morning Smoke – Hunger

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The Friendsters – AWOL

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Man Made – All Mine

The new track from Manchester’s own Man Made is as demonising and full throttle as their last. ‘TV Broke My Brain‘ may have pricked up prospective ears but ‘All Mine’ is ready to batter them into a submission of blood … Continue reading

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LIVE: Sinkane – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

After cutting his cloth on the drums with indie stalwarts like Caribou and Of Montreal, Achmed Gallab aka Sinkane decided to go solo and, so far, he must very pleased with the fruits of his labour. After a self-titled release … Continue reading

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King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Satan Speeds Up

Melbourne septet King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard are one of the new breed of psyche dribbling, heavy riffed Aussies currently brandishing tunes as heavy as the impending sky and ‘Satan Speeds Up’ proves their one of the best. It’s … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Demob Happy – Succubus

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Jimi Goodwin – Lonely At The Drop

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Hey Elbow reveal video for upcoming single Martin

Hey Elbow have revealed the new video for their up and coming single ‘Martin‘. Set for release on Adrian Recordings on 8th December, ‘Martin’ is the follow up to debut single ‘Blanca‘. The band shared the tack earlier this month along with … Continue reading

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Kate Tempest & Loyle Carner – Guts

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Ride are back! Tickets on sale Friday

Yes, after rumours began to feverishly gather pace yesterday afternoon, it’s now official. Ride have reformed after just shy of two decades out of the limelight. The Oxfordshire shoegazers first rose to prominence in the early 90s after being snapped … Continue reading