New releases and pre-orders! 24/07
Coming Friday 24th July
Reissues from Thurston Moore, Spoon, PJ Harvey and the Lovely Eggs join new folk, Americana and a compilation of Leeds artists this week:
A break-up record for sure, though due to Courtney's extraordinary storytelling gifts, more of a modern day
coming-of-age tale of love won, love sustained, and unfortunately, love's inevitable dissolution.
Originally released in 2007, this was Thurston's first solo outing since 1995's Psychic Hearts. Recorded and mixed by John Agnello who worked on Sonic Youth's Rather Ripped.
The core sound of Autotelia remains in splendid isolation, an incandescent and unearthly tapestry of echoes and vibrations channeled direct from the id and the ether, yet one that maps out a voyage sonically between vintage memories and future epiphanies. Limited to 400 copies.
Shirley Collins' second album for Domino. With Heart’s Ease, Shirley delivers a record even stronger than her last, Lodestar. Having completely regained her confidence, and singing so well that you can’t believe she was away for so long.
Telephono, the debut studio album from Spoon, originally released in 1996. Newly recut from the original masters.
Soft Effects, the legendary EP, available on vinyl for the first time since 1997. Newly recut from the original masters.
In print for the first time in almost 20 years, Beggars Archive on behalf of Too Pure Records is pleased to announce the re-issue of Dry on vinyl. The album was remastered by the original producer “Head” and has been replicated to the original version as much as possible.
11 track collection of demos of all songs from the debut studio album Dry by PJ Harvey, available for the first time since 1992, and previously unreleased as a standalone album. Features brand new artwork with previously unseen photos by Maria Mochnacz.
The unhurried artist’s first studio album in eight years is astonishing, intimate and demonstrates a refusal to be silenced. The Apple of 2020 is astonishing; as if she has returned to reinvent sound – the rhythms pleasing, but counter, and unusual.
The album sees Steve mixing up all of his much-loved ingredients to deliver a fresh new record that offers the perfect antidote for the troubled times in which we live. Full of hope for the future, it’s a great mix of boogie, blues, rock, Americana and folk – all delivered in Seasick Steve’s unique style. It’s a sizzler of an album.
With this album Neck Deep continue carving out their own unique space within rock, punk, and alternative music. They have no delusions of "saving rock" or being the biggest rock band out there. They just want to remain Neck Deep and be an even bigger, better Neck Deep than before.