Due: 29 May
New compilation The Songs Of Adam Gibson collates on vinyl for the first time the cream of the epic Australiana conjured by Sydney wordsmith and poet Adam Gibson.
Due: 29 May
Thundercat is set to release his new album “It Is What It Is” on Brainfeeder Records.
Traditional Techniques, Malkmus’ third solo LP without the Jicks (or Pavement), is new phase folk music for new phase folks.
The deluxe version of Pearl Jam’s 11th album is a double-LP with three sides of tunes and one etched (no audio) plus a 28-page booklet, strictly limited edition.
Aporia is a New Age album from Sufjan Stevens and his step-father and record label co-owner, Lowell Brams.
The fact that Melbourne punks Cable Ties signed globally with Merge Recirds speaks volumes of their radness, their second album as catchily defiant as their killer debut.
On October 22nd, 2019, Courtney Barnett performed a unique and special show in her hometown at the invitation of MTV.
World-charming Sunny Coast pub rockers continue doing things resolutely their own way on their debut album, more short-but-sour bursts about not giving a shit.
Snowy Band is the new live project from Liam “Snowy” Halliwell formerly of The Ocean Party and others.
The boys are back! Get your dose of 4122 in the 4120!
DickLord have decided to capture their obnoxious noises in a recorded thingo.
New reissue of Green Day’s classic 2004 concept album-slash-punk rock opera!
Back in 1999 ‘Knock Knock’ upped the ante of Bill Callahan’s considerable game, pairing his naked portraiture with increasingly delicate nuances in song and arrangement.
Like an off-centre culvert of dark influence you continually feel drawn into the twisting attraction of cascading swirls.
Brand new reissue of Oz rock legends Radio Birdman’s fabled second album, recorded in 1978.
1990 classic ‘Pills ‘N’ Thrills And Bellyaches’ was Happy Mondays commercial peak, both a No.4 victory and a benchmark album in history.
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic we’ve decided to indefinitely postpone our regular program of free instore gigs, out of concerns for the safety of all involved. As soon as it’s safe we’ll be back bringing you the chance to hear some of Australia’s brightest rising talent up close and personal, ’til then be safe … Read More
Due: 10 April
NY noughties rock icons The Strokes are releasing their first new album in seven years, The New Abnormal.
Due: 3 April
‘Prettiest Curse’ stays true to Hinds’ brazen attitude, but spins it off into a bold, brave new direction.
Due: 3 April
Marking 25 years of the seminal ‘Smokers Delight’; Nightmares On Wax celebrates with a plethora of activity including a full reissue of the album.