For their third album belove UK post-punks IDLES decamped to Paris and set out to capture the feeling of a hip hop record, with typically scabrous results.
‘Freeze, Melt’ is the sixth album from the Grammy-nominated Australian electronic/synth-pop band Cut Copy.
‘Jump Rope Gazers’ is a sparkling collection of songs that deepens the bright talent the NZ indie rockers showed on their early releases. First pressing on limited edition tangerine vinyl.
Purchase Sydney indie rockers DMA’S third album ‘The Glow’ and win autographed LP-sized album card, first pressing on limited edition translucent green 180gm vinyl while stocks last!
The fifth album from Melbourne punks The Smith Street Band debuted at #1 on the ARIA Charts, becoming the band’s first number one album.
‘Dry’ is the 1992 debut studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician PJ Harvey, back in print for the first time in almost 20 years.
Legendary NZ Flying Nun outfit Straitjacket Fits’ debut album ‘Hail’ (1988) is set to be reissued on July 24, 2020 via Flying Nun Records.
‘Sunlight’ traces a journey of failed romantic and family relationships, mental health disasters and running from everyone in your late-teens/early-twenties.
Savages frontwoman Jehenny Beth’s solo debut is a sonic tour de force, a dark cinematic meditation on the strange business of being alive.
On ‘Golden Repair’, Tom Iansek has allowed the simple essence of the songs to remain unadorned, while still keeping the trademark warmth, ease and approachability that the project is loved for.
Texan iconoclasts Khruangbin are finally speaking out loud, their third album ‘Mordechai’ featuring vocals prominently, a first for the mostly instrumental band.
The arrival of her second solo album ‘Punisher’ cements Phoebe Bridgers as one of the most clever, tender and prolific songwriters of our era.
11 tracks of Johnston’s fractured pop presented through the eyes of indie rock legends Built To Spill, includes free songbook and on limited edition yellow vinyl.
Another batch of sad, acoustic Sunday morning fare, Brisbane via the Deep South and its most bruised and authentic!
‘Rome’ is Josh Pyke’s first studio album in five years and is the long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s ‘But For All These Shrinking Hearts’, first pressing on limited edition orange vinyl.
First time on vinyl for beloved 1995 EP ‘Life Was Better’ from Oz rock icons Magic Dirt, on limited edition orange/black vinyl.
Due: 31 July
New Sub Pop reissue of Nirvana’s groundbreaking 1989 debut ‘Bleach’ on limited edition indies only black and white vinyl.
‘Straight Songs Of Sorrow’ combines musical trace elements from early Mark Lanegan albums with the synthesized constructs of later work.
‘GENE’ arrives four years after the iconoclast variously known as Sam Eastgate, Sam Dust and LA Priest thrilled the world with the cosmic pop of his debut album ‘Inji’.
Pond and Tame Impala offshoot Gum’s fifth solo album in almost as many years is on limited edition 180gm baby blue vinyl.