TISM’s final ever album ‘The White Albun’ on vinyl for the first time ever, 2-LPs of rock, electronica, psychedelia and even some easy listening smooth jazz (ok… maybe not that last one)
WA indie rock stalwarts Pond’s new album emanated from a series of totally off-the-cuff jam sessions from which songs and ideas could be pulled out, invoking a sense of fun and creative abandon.
Iron Maiden’s 17th studio album Senjutsu, is their first in 6 years, first pressing on limited edition indie exclusive 3-LP silver/black/white vinyl!
Stand For Myself is the anthemic new album from Yola, a timeless masterpiece marking an idiosyncratic sonic shift, which will defy all expectation.
In March 1992, three days after completing their first American tour, Pearl Jam headed to New York to strip back songs from their debut album Ten for MTV Unplugged.
Nearly 40 years in and Cosmic Psychos are still showing why they’re so revered all over the world for their dirty brand of irreverent rock’n’roll 0 in Knighty we trust!
Maximo Park’s new album Nature Always Wins arrives as something of an examination, zeroing in on the notion of the self, identity as a band, and that of humanity as a whole.