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This Week's New Releases (7th April)

Album of the week is the third from Father John Misty (recipient of the prestigious South Album Of The Year award 2015) Synth pop Peter Bretter's (that's a Forgetting Sarah Marshall reference, captured the zeitgeist with this one right??) Future Islands are back with their new one, very good it is too. Venezuelan electronic producer, and Bjork collaborator, Arca releases his third, this time on XL Recordings. Joey Badass gets back to making music, after his acting holiday in Mr Robot, and follows up his brilliant golden-age referencing debut from a couple of years back, with a more politically focussed record. Gonjasufi's new one is a collection of remixes, covers and original music and features Massive Attack's Daddy G, Portishead's...

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South Albums Of The Year 2015

2015, like every other year if you care to dig a little, has been a great year for new music.  We've been lucky enough to put a load of great shows at the shop for free - starting the year with The Bohicas, followed by East India Youth, The Scarletts, Asylums, Fraser A. Gorman, John Doran (The Quietus), Martin Newell (The Cleaners From Venus), Muertos, Ultimate Painting, Velvet Morning, Craig Finn (The Hold Steady), Baio (Vampire Weekend), with Howard Eynon playing on Saturday and a few great ones lined up for next year already. Album of the year lists can always be contentious (one mans ceiling is another mans floor, and all that), so to be clear, this is not...

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October Release Schedule

Here's October's releases.  Some of these dates may move, so keep an eye out or ask if you're unsure.  All are available to pre-order on the site too (use the code PREORDER on checkout for 10% off). 2nd October Stanley Brinks & The Wave Pictures – My Ass Deafheaven – New Bermuda Editors – In Dream Girls Names – Arms Around A Vision Larry Gus – I Need New Eyes Fay Hallam - Corona Hey Colossus – Radio Static High Mercury Rev – The Light In You Squeeze – From The Cradle To The Grave Swim Deep - Mothers Kamasi Washington – The Epic Various – Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall 9th October Alex G – Beach Music John...

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August Release Schedule

  Loads of good stuff coming this month - Yo La Tengo's new one (which has a very limited bag/tape extra), Hooton Tennis Club's debut album, D'angelo reissues, Red House Painters reissues, friends of the shop The Bohicas' debut, Gwilym Gold's new one and so on.  Scroll down, and if there's anything missing let us know and we'll order it in. 7th August Julio Bashmore – Knockin’ Boots David Bowie – 1966 (reissue) The Clash – London Calling (reissue) Mac DeMarco – Another One Dornik - Dornik Georgia – Georgia Health – Death Magic Billie Holiday – Lady In Satin (reissue) Kings of Leon – Only By The Night (reissue) Mudhoney – Since We’ve Become Translucent (reissue) Mudhoney – Under...

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June Releases

Releases will be quietening down over the summer whilst everybody gets the festivals out of the way, but there's still some big releases coming in June, from Neil Young, Jamie xx, Florence & The Machine, Slaves, Miguel, etc etc.  Have a look below (some will be added throughout the month when we get more info, but if there's anything you want not listed here let us know and we'll order it in). 1st June Algiers - Algiers Czarface – Every Hero Needs A Villain Danny & The Champions Of The World – What Kind Of Love Eternal Summers – Gold And Stone Florence & The Machine – How Big How Blue How Beautiful Daughn Gibson - Carnation Rachel Grimes –...

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