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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
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    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
  3. 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
  4. 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
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    Hey Venus!

    by Super Furry Animals

    After a short run of albums that found Super Furry Animals exploring their slower, more ponderous side, Hey Venus! sees Wales's heady psychedelic explorers revisit the bright melodies and glammy bounce that powered earlier albums like 1999's Guerilla and their fondly remembered debut, Fuzzy Logic. While a vague sort of concept album, following t... Learn More
  6. 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
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    The Early Years

    by Girl Band

    When they were teenagers, the members of Girl Band played together in a band called Harrows, which they are quick to disregard now as “shite”. But only a few years later, in their early 20s, the Dublin foursome are creating vital, propulsive, and almost terrifyingly energetic noise-rock that pulls as much influence from classic techno as from sa... Learn More

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