July 2015

Check out what’s new in July 2015!

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Gwenno – Y Dydd Olaf 

 

 

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Albert Hammond Jr. – Momentary Masters

 

 

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Field Music – Music for Drifters

 

 

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Gamma Ray – Heading of Tomorrow 

 

 

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Quantic presents The Western Transient – A New Constellation

 

 

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Seven Davis Jr. – Universes

 

 

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Ghost Writerz – GWz All The Way

 

 

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Cradle of Filth – Hammer of the Witches

“If your expectations for a truly great Cradle of Filth album have slowly eroded as each post-Midian release failed to meet the standard, it’s time to get your hopes up.” - Sputnikmusic

 

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Best Friends – Hot. Reckless. Totally insane.

“Best Friends’ debut full-length offering is as endearing as they come. Since they first formed four years ago, their garage punk sound has become a staple of the UK DIY scene. Consisting of songs about everything from video game marathons to drinking toxic waste, ‘Hot. Reckless. Totally Insane.’ is a snapshot in time.” - DIY Magazine

 

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Frankie & The Heartstrings – Decency

“Frankie & The Heartstrings have become a Sunderland supergroup of sorts, with The Futureheads’ Ross Millard joining their ranks alongside Hookworms’ MJ on production duties. This reshuffle – in Decency’s best moments – adds bite to the band’s Orange Juice-inflected jangle.” - NME Magazine

 

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Aero Flynn – Aero Flynn

Aero Flynn is an engrossing artistic statement born out of tumultuous circumstances. This one mesmerizing piece is worth savoring all on its own.” - Consequence of Sound

 

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SAGA – Best Of: Now And Then-The Collection

The Best of the 80’s Rock n’ Roll’s Collection!!

 

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Ezra Furman – Perpetual Motion People

“You might have already heard ‘Restless Year’, the first single from the album, and a good sign of things to come – upbeat, cheery and yet morose – an overtone to the album as a whole. While ‘Hark to the Music’ – “hark to the melody, we’re all gonna die” – is a jubilant anthem for youthful, reckless abandon; Furman’s laconic call to arms.” - Clash Magazine

 

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Asian Dub Foundation – More Signal More Noise

“As righteous as Asian Dub Foundation’s message was in their late-‘90s heyday, this eighth studio full-length is actually a reshuffled version of a 2013 album which only came out in Japan. Elsewhere dub, jazz and post-punk are threaded together in fresh, unorthodox fashion (‘Semira’), just about outweighing the scattering of rote drum’n’bass numbers.” - NME Magazine

 

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Envy – Atheist’s Cornea

“Arrives after the longest break between their albums, reaching out toward post-hardcore, metal and emo, incorporate some combination of Deafheaven, Touché Amoré and Mono, Atheist’s Cornea plays out a complete role reversal. Envy just sounds like an Envy-influenced band now!” - Pitchfork

 

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Sleaford Mods – Key Markets

“Crudity, spittle, black humor and unpretty voices as durable tools to express discontent with blunt basement-rock bass and drum.” - Pitchfork

 

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Dagoba – Tales Of The Black Dawn

“If you want something that’s primarily in “Hulk Smash!” mode, with touches of melody and atmosphere, this album has you covered.” - No Clean Singing

 

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Lee Bannon – Pattern of Excel

“Aside from a few incidental scraps, there are no voices here, and there are hardly any beats, either—just rumbling synths, quivering effects, placid electric guitar, and oodles of atmosphere. It’s not inconceivable that you might mistake it for some forgotten post-rock obscurity from the mid-’90s.” - Pitchfork

 

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C Duncan – Architect

“This segues into the standout track Garden, a genre-less sporting so delightfully various it flies in the face of all analogy – one might hear Miles Davis joining Miles Kane to reinterpret Last Shadow Puppets songs while Yes and ELO play muzak standards in the unsoundproofed room next door.” - The Skinny Magazine

 

Re-issue’s Selection

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Andrea Corr – Lifelines 

 

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Billy Ocean – Because I Love You 

 

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Therapy? – A Brief Crack Of Light

 

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Ali Campbell – Great British Songs 

 

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Various Artists – Celtic Skies 

 

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Various Artists – Tranquil Moon 

 

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John Martyn – Heaven And Moon

 

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Formely of Bucks Fizz – Fame & Fortune?


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Mica Paris – Born Again 

 

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Aswad – City Lock

 

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Bananarama – Viva 

 

 

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