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    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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
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    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
  8. 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
  9. 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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