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  1. RT-612

    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
  5. RT-464

    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
  9. RT-420

    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
  10. RT-414

    12 Crass Songs

    by Jeffrey Lewis

    One of the premier exponents of 'antifolk' an urban folk subgenre popular in the cafes, clubs and open mic nights of New York City, singer-songwriter and sometime comic book artist Jeffrey Lewis combines the trappings of folk - acoustic guitar, violin, and a propensity for tale-telling - with a brainy, pop-cultural knowingness. 12 Crass Songs, a... Learn More
  11. RT-403

    Open Field

    by Taken By Trees

    The new project from Victoria Bergsman (former vocalist for The Concretes). You may also recognize her from one of the most popular singles of last year - Peter, Bjorn and John's infectious "Young Folks". Her solo debut was aided and abetted by fellow Peter, Bjorn and John cohorts Bjorn Yttling on various instruments and string arrangements, and... Learn More
  12. RT-390

    Cookies

    by 1990s

    Scotland's newest favorite sons are taking over the States. Springing forth like a bolt of lightning with nothing more than a handshake and some damn good tunes, the 1990s are now poised to be one of the most exciting bands of 2007.
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  13. RT-382

    Sun Gangs

    by The Veils

    The Veils are Finn Andrews, (vocals, guitar, piano, New Zealand) Sophia Burn, (bass, New Zealand) Dan Raishbrook (guitar, odd noise, England) and Henning Dietz (drums, Germany). ‘Sun Gangs’ is their third album, and without a doubt their finest to date.

    By turns epic, desolate, wildly romantic and anguished, ‘Sun Gangs’ is a bold ... Learn More
  14. RT-490

    Kicks

    by 1990s

    1990s second collection of knock out songs, 'Kicks'. The follow-up to 2007's cult hit loaded and hugely acclaimed debut album 'Cookies'. ‘Kicks’ features more sassy, infectiously catchy songs about Glasgow and girls in the main, but also references Mongolian Warlords, Bears, Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink, Baader-Meinhoff and Scientology. Most ... Learn More
  15. RT-599

    Exquisite Corpse

    by Warpaint

    Rough Trade re-release Exquisite Corpse EP, the L.A. band s self-distributed EP. Expertly mixed by John Frusciante, the EP captures the Warpaint's sonic textures and playful dynamism the band is notorious for creating live. Warpaint weave majestic, haiku-like guitars, hypnotic vocals and driving post-punk rhythms into gorgeous, sprawling songs t... Learn More
  16. RT-590

    Paupers Field

    by Dylan LeBlanc

    LP contains digital download coupon for MP3s of the album

    On Dylan LeBlanc's debut album, Pauper's Field, a lost world is brought to life - both in the carefully sculpted songs and rich well of country soul from which those songs emerge.
    Although the Golden era of Alabama's fabled Muscle Shoals sound had passed by the time ... Learn More
  17. RT-580

    The Fool

    by Warpaint

    LPs contain coupon for a download of MP3s of the entire album

    Warpaint weave intricate guitar lines, hypnotic vocals and driving post punk rhythms into gorgeous, sparwling songs that skirt the line between psychedelia and intimacy. Both live and on record, Warpaint sound like they're channelling something truly otherworldly, mysti... Learn More
  18. RT-566

    Big Echo

    by The Morning Benders

    BIG ECHO is an album made to be played LOUD, and it sounds great on headphones. BIG ECHO was recorded in San Francisco and mixed in Brookyln. CHRIS CHU and CHRIS TAYLOR (Grizzly Bear) produced it in eleven days. On the twelfth day they rejoiced. There are 10 tracks on BIG ECHO which THE MORNING BENDERS think is best length for an album. It shou... Learn More
  19. RT-551

    Serotonin

    by Mystery Jets

    LP includes coupon to download MP3s of entire album

    The Mystery Jets sit around a vast table, upstairs in a plush West London studio. Downstairs in the control room, putting the finishing touches to the third Mystery Jets album, Serotonin, lurks Chris Thomas, legendary producer of Roxy Music s For Your Pleasure, the Sex Pistols An... Learn More
  20. RT-549

    Valhalla Dancehall

    by British Sea Power

    Orders include bonus 5 song CD of non-album tracks (Rough Trade Webstore EXCLUSIVE while supplies last)

    LPs contain MP3 download coupon.

    Valhalla Dancehall is the band's fourth album proper, following the Mercury-nominated Do You Like Rock Music? in 2008 and the Man Of Aran soundtrack in 2009. With its title, Valhal... Learn More
  21. RT-548

    Here's The Tender Coming

    by The Unthanks

    It's hard to imagine a British folk outfit with fans like Radiohead, Portishead, Robert Wyatt, Ben Folds, Ewan McGregor and Nick Hornby, but The Unthanks occupy a unique place in music. Influenced as much by the minimalist eccentricity of Steve Reich, Antony & The Johnsons, Robert Wyatt and Miles Davis, as they are by the traditional music of th... Learn More
  22. RT-546

    Dark Days/Light Years

    by Super Furry Animals

    Limited Edition Double Vinyl

    The Welsh psychedelic pop legends Super Furry Animals return with 'Dark Days/Light Years', their ninth studio album. Where previous albums have seen the band experiment with extra instrumentation, this release is full of songs based on grooves rather than ensemble composition. The band's impish sense o... Learn More
  23. RT-544

    Black Noise

    by Pantha Du Prince

    Pantha Du Prince fuses house, techno, shoegazy electronica and psychedelic electro-acoustic soundscapes into music that is at once both beautiful and bewitching.
    Pantha has released several recordings to date through the respected German label Dial Records, which is run by and for its artists. His previous album This Bliss, was a bittersw... Learn More
  24. RT-540

    Further Complications

    by Jarvis Cocker

    Jarvis Cocker's second solo album, following the critically acclaimed 2006 Jarvis.
    Recorded in Steve Albini's Electrical Audio studio in Chicago, "Further Complications" contains the more roughed up tunes Cocker has been peddling since parting with Pulp. Learn More
  25. RT-514

    Em Are I

    by Jeffrey Lewis

    Part folkie, part indie-rocker, part comic book artist - how does indigenous New Yorker Jeffrey Lewis do it? After a 2008 spent mostly on the road, including support tours with Jarvis Cocker, The Cribs, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, The Mountain Goats, and more, with artistic and literary projects all over the map, and with his recent album of an... Learn More
  26. RT-503

    East Of Eden

    by Taken By Trees

    Victoria Bergsman wanted to travel to record in a mysterious, relatively uncharted area avoiding the usual clinical studio experience, which she has always disliked and found to be an uncreative environment. She chose Pakistan. The rhythm, drums and flutes of Pakistani music had long captivated Victoria and this, coupled with a deep admiration f... Learn More
  27. RT-340

    Jarvis

    by Jarvis Cocker

    Jarvis Cocker's solo debut finds the ex-Pulp frontman returning to the well-honed Britpop sound of his lauded former band after a brief stint heading up the Relaxed Muscle techno project. While JARVIS lacks the cinematic expanse of Pulp's swansong, WE LOVE LIFE, and the darkly brooding atmosphere of THIS IS HARDCORE, it hews fairly closely to th... Learn More
  28. 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
  29. 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
  30. 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
  31. 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
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. RT-077

    The Smell Of Our Own

    by The Hidden Cameras

    The Hidden Cameras deliver their enthralling debut album 'The Smell of Our Own', & with it, tread the boards between The Polyphonic Spree & Pet Shop Boys. Described by frontman Joel Gibb as, gay (meaning happy) church folk music, his songs have drawn wide acclaim for their fearlessly explicit but remarkably touching examinations of homosexuality... Learn More
  38. RT-076

    Moldy Peaches 2000: Unreleased Cutz And Live Jamz 1994-2002

    by The Moldy Peaches

    Double Disc compilation of the self-proclaimed anti folk outfit features a combination of previously unreleased material & live tracks recorded throughout their career. 55 tracks. Learn More
  39. Up The Bracket

    Up The Bracket

    by The Libertines

    Can the debut album from London dandies the Libertines live up to the hype? With the Clash's Mick Jones at the production helm, gravelly tracks such as "Horror Show" and "The Boy Looked at Johnny" rattle along like first-gen punk classics. But like the Strokes, the Libertines manage to imbue snotty garage rock with a sort of wistful romanticism ... Learn More
  40. RT-617

    Last

    by The Unthanks

    It has been a busy year for The Unthanks. Long tours of Europe and America supporting Here's The Tender Coming, soundtracks for theatre and film, exploratory concerts of music by Robert Wyatt and Antony & The Johnsons, collaborations with Charles Hazelwood, Adrian Utley and Paul Morley, visits to Africa with Damon Albarn, Flea and Joan Wasser, p... Learn More
  41. Alela Diane and Wild Divine

    Alela Diane and Wild Divine

    by Alela Diane

    Alela Diane is a homebody by nature. The Portland, Oregon-based, Nevada City, California-bred musician, though traveled the world over, is most at peace within audible range of a crackling fire and her cat's paws padding across the wood floors of her creaky Victorian residence. And although her methods thus far have echoed this aspect of her bei... Learn More
  42. RT-166

    The Libertines

    by The Libertines

    It’s two years since ‘Up The Bracket’ launched Peter, Carl, John and Gary, spewing crazy tales of Albion and Arcadia to a bemused and baffled public. NME put them on the cover before their first single had even been released (and The Libertines have returned the compliment, using one of our shots on the sleeve of‘The Libertines’). Excuse us for ... Learn More
  43. RT-290

    Down In Albion

    by Babyshambles

    Ex-Libertines mainstay Pete Doherty is as well known for his auto-destructo personality as his music. That fervent dedication to the notion of rock star as tortured addict/poet/savant has made him the target of as many barristers and tabloid reporters as music critics in his native UK, sucking supermodel girlfriend Kate Moss (whose cameo on the ... Learn More
  44. RT-285

    Me and Armini

    by Emiliana Torrini

    Following her critically acclaimed albums Love In The Time Of Science and her Rough Trade debut Fisherman's Woman, Me And Armini sees her working once again with her longtime producer/collaborator Dan Carey, resulting in what we feel is destined to be one of the loveliest albums of 2008.

    Me And Armini is a hugely ambitious and as... Learn More
  45. RT-257

    Recording A Tape The Colours Of The Light

    by Bell Orchestre

    The Bell Orchestre was born in an old dance studio in central Montreal. As dancers ran, froze and crashed into each other and footsteps echoed in our ears the music began to create itself, painting landscapes and underscoring bodies, communicating through powerful, wordless gestures… The band spent two years among the dancers, and when the time ... Learn More

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