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    Chopped & Screwed (Limited Edition)

    by Micachu and The Shapes

    Limited edition LP includes album download voucher with bonus mixtape tracks hosted by Brother May.

    Chopped & Screwed is the collaboration between London based musician Mica Levi aka Micachu and the London Sinfonietta Orchestra. Following critical acclaim for Micachu and the Shapes's debut album Jewellery, the collaboration came ... Learn More
  2. RT-488

    To Be Still

    by Alela Diane

    To Be Still is the follow-up to Alela Diane's critically-acclaimed 2006 debut The Pirate's Gospel. That record brought the Nevada city, CA-reared musician a dedicated following across the globe (especially in Europe, where she recently finished a tour of mid-sized concert halls). Considering that early copies of The Pirate's Gospel were given aw... Learn More
  3. RT-485

    Little Joy

    by Little Joy

    Little Joy is Binki Shapiro, Rodrigo Amarante and Fabrizio Moretti, three friends who dropped their routine at their respective hometowns to make a record in Los Angeles, California.

    Through a chance encounter at a Portuguese festival in Lisbon, where both Amarante (Singer/Guitarist of Los Hermanos) and Moretti (drummer of The Str... Learn More
  4. RT-468

    Heart Of My Own

    by Basia Bulat

    LPs contain a coupon for digital download of the entire album.

    After over a year of touring that took Basia across Europe, Australia, Canada and the United States several times over in support of Oh, My Darling, she said goodbye to the road, took her new songs up in her arms and found a home for them on tape. Recorded with Howard ... Learn More
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    Couples

    by The Long Blondes

    The original goal of this Sheffield 5-piece, was to form a fantasy pop group: Nico, Nancy Sinatra, Diana Dors, Barbara Windsor. Sexy and literate, flippant and heartbreaking all at once. With this in mind, the Long Blondes went falling and laughing headlong into the glamorous world of heaving amps onto trains and touring and touring and touring.... Learn More
  6. RT-454

    Love Is The Way

    by Eddi Reader

    2009 release from the Scottish singer/songwriter and former vocalist with Fairground Attraction. Since the early 1980s, Eddi Reader has helped to define the landscape in which Folk artists and singer/songwriters navigate. With Love Is The Way, Eddi continues to fly the flag for Folk and traditional music. The intimate recording process was facil... Learn More
  7. RT-429

    We Love Life

    by Pulp

    We Love Life -produced by Scott Walker--is best thought of as the calm after the storm. Pulp's previous album, 1997's This Is Hardcore, was the kind of record often made by intelligent and sensitive people who become famous after a lifetime assuming that being famous was what they wanted. Like Radiohead's The Bends, Elvis Costello's This Year's ... Learn More
  8. RT-421

    Time For Heroes: The Best of The Libertines

    by The Libertines

    Bringing together the tracks that defined a generation, from their epochal debut Up The Bracket and their self-titled follow-up, Time For Heroes is a timely reminder of the unique talent of Albion's favourite sons Pete Doherty, Carl Barât , John Hasall and Gary Powell. The CD also includes '”Don't Look Back In To The Sun” and “What A Waster” whi... Learn More
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    Soundboy Punishments

    by Skull Disco

    A now-sound in those parts of London still haunted by the ghosts of old jungle and drum 'n' bass, dubstep sounds like a musical mode made for a ravey sort of wake. Dubstep artists on the Skull Disco label's two-disc compilation Soundboy Punishments favor sparseness over density, homing in on isolated drum sounds and letting suggestion take over ... Learn More

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