Pray For Party Dozen is the second album by abstract Sydney duo Party Dozen, the pairing of saxophonist Kirsty Tickle and percussionist Jonathon Boulet!
‘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.
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.
This unique body of work sees Paul Kelly performing selections of his catalogue with new interpretations by Paul Grabowsky, who accompanies him on piano.
Sideways To New Italy is a stunning return-to-form for the Geelong guitar-pop five-piece following their internationally acclaimed debut album, Hope Downs (2018)
Influential ’90s Melbourne punks The Meanies continue their recent resurgence with another album that sounds a hell of a lot like The Meanies.
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.
First time on vinyl for beloved 1995 EP ‘Life Was Better’ from Oz rock icons Magic Dirt, on limited edition orange/black vinyl.
’90s Oz indie rockers Sandpit’s first two EPs pressed onto the one record for the first time.
‘All That Glue’ is a Sleaford Mods retrospective: 22 tracks of bangers (including ‘Job Seeker’, ‘Tied Up In Nottz’ and ‘Tweet Tweet Tweet’), rarities and unreleased tunes.
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.
‘Making A Door Less Open’ sees CSH embarking on new and imaginative roads to songwriting and recording, placing emphasis on the individual songs, each with its own “special energy”.
Traditional Techniques, Malkmus’ third solo LP without the Jicks (or Pavement), is new phase folk music for new phase folks.
On October 22nd, 2019, Courtney Barnett performed a unique and special show in her hometown at the invitation of MTV.
Recorded live in the studio amid mounting tension between singer-songwriters Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy, Anodyne proved to be Uncle Tupelo’s last and finest album.
Second album from beloved Brisbane indie-pop stars, sunburnt bedroom guitar jams at their finest.
UK grebo masters PWEI’s classic 1989 second album back on vinyl for the first time in 30 years, remastered with a bonus remix EP!
Incendiary second album from firebrand Melbourne iconoclasts, featuring members of The Drones, Mod Con and more!
It’s country music but not as we know it which begs the question: Have these Bad Kids of 21st Century rock’n’roll finally grown up on their ninth studio album?
Aussie poet laureate collects the best of his storied career on 2-LPs, glad we didn’t have to choose what made the cut!