Sunny Day Real Estate – How It Feels To Be Something
Overdue reissue of their third album, How It Feels To Be Something On is now back in print on vinyl for the first time since 1998.
Sunny Day Real Estate – 100 Million
Thee Oh Sees – A Weird Exits
New double-LP from John Dwyer’s Thee Oh Sees - captures the glorious groove and bludgeon of their live shows is captured seamlessly here, but there's also synths, strings and smokesoaked things drifting about to make an extra far-out party platter.
Thee Oh Sees – Plastic Plant
Neil Young & The Promise Of The Real – Earth
Ostensibly a live album, Earth features performances of songs from a range of Young's albums, including last year's The Monsanto Years, 1990's Ragged Glory, and 1970's After the Gold Rush. But there's a new take on some of Young's most beloved songs, with the live recordings augmented with added musical overdubs, as well as sounds of the earth, such as city sounds like car horns, sounds of insects, and animal sounds from bears, birds, crickets, bees, horses, cows – creating a very strange, yet beautiful atmosphere.
Neil Young & The Promise Of The Real - My Country Home
Various Artists – Electri_City 2
While Memphis became the birthplace for rock’n’roll, Düsseldorf is regarded as the Mecca for electronic music. The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia became the centre of an analogue electronic movement from the early 1970s to the mid-1980s. This compilation offers a comprehensive overview of the early German electronic scene originating in Düsseldorf - the deluxe versions include volume one. Features Neu!, DAF, Michael Rother, Wolfgang Flur and a whole heap of others.
DAF - Kebabtraume
Of Montreal – Innocence Reaches
Psychedelia, prog rock, punk, country, pop – however this band, playfully named by founder Kevin Barnes from Athens Georgia, can be labelled, they continue to surprise and shapeshift. Infinite jest continues in this, their 15th album.
Of Montreal – It's Different For Girls