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  1. RT-300

    Do You Like Rock Music?

    by British Sea Power

    British Sea Power return with their third and finest full-length. Here they reintegrate the rock with a slew of blistering guitars and unpredictable studio noisemaking worthy of their visceral live performances. Witness fist-pumpers like "No Lucifer" or the Bonzo-styled drumbeat bashed out under a climactic synth-string section on "Waving Flags.... Learn More
  2. RT-293

    Jacket Full Of Danger

    by Adam Green

    New Yorker Adam Green releases his fourth album Jacket Full Of Danger. Recorded towards the end of 2005 in New York's Dumbo Studios with the band who accompanied Green on his recent tours, and the string arranger from Friends Of Mine; all under the watchful eye of long-term producer Dan Myers (Granddaddy, Rival Schools). If Green's previous reco... Learn More
  3. RT-135

    The Runaway Found

    by The Veils

    The Runaway Found is an arrestingly epic and assured debut, unmistakably like the work of a young band who instinctively understand that the only stakes worth playing for are the stars or bust. The Veils aspire, unashamedly, to the company of a peer group including the Verve, Radiohead, Coldplay and Muse: this is big, sweeping, serious music mad... Learn More
  4. RT-122

    Gallowsbird’s Bark

    by The Fiery Furnaces

    While the Fiery Furnaces arrived in a music scene teeming with bands formed by brothers and sisters (or, at least, by people who claim to be) and bands from New York, on their debut album, Gallowsbird's Bark, this brother-and-sister-led group from New York manages to avoid the pitfalls that those superficial similarities suggest. It's true that ... Learn More
  5. RT-114

    Faded Seaside Glamour

    by Delays

    THE DELAYS are described as tech-friendly British Byrds, crazed acousti-rock with a fresh flowering of florid, ethereal future-pop. Packed with sumptuous West Coast harmonies; cloud- busting falsetto vocals full of beauteous yearning, splendid desolation & synth atmospherics. A 'Cathedral Of Sound'. If one characteristic defines Delays debut alb... Learn More
  6. RT-107

    Friends Of Mine

    by Adam Green

    The Moldy Peaches singer songwriter's 2003 solo album featuring 15 tracks of his sophisticated quantum-folk mix. Learn More
  7. RT-090

    The Decline Of British Sea Power

    by British Sea Power

    The Decline of British Sea Power isn't your conventional pop record and it's not particularly a pop-sounding record from an English band. With garage rock ruling overseas and Brit-pop still making the charts in the new millennium, a four-man band from Cumbria arrived with a provocative post-punk sound brazen enough to blast away other indie rock... Learn More
  8. RT-088

    Twice

    by The Tyde

    Strange on paper maybe but an open-topped car stereo's dream, 'Twice' is the sound of West Coast American surfer kids obsessed with 80's English guitar pop. The summer pop album of 2003, 'Twice' sees LA's The Tyde - Darren Rademaker (vocals, guitar), Ann Do (keyboards), Benjamin Knight (guitar), Ric Menck (drums), Brent Rademaker (bass) - marry ... Learn More
  9. RT-078

    A.R.E. Weapons

    by A.R.E. Weapons

    The fierce New York rockers who make up A.R.E. Weapons bludgeon one with the sounds of the underbelly of their city throughout their debut. The trio creates a stark, feverish aural assaults with snatches of rock, hip-hop, punkish oaths, and scolding lyrics bellowed over heart-mimicking dance hall beats. A.R.E. Weapons pick up where Lou Reed's wa... Learn More

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