Rising UK post-punks’ debut album finds spoken vocals tightly intertwined with restless instrumentals with lyrics covering themes like dissociation, escapism, daydreaming and other complicated feelings.
Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Jess Locke’s second album of delectable indie guitar-pop on limited edition pink vinyl with signed art print.
Equal parts confident and vulnerable, these eight tracks on Full Power Happy Hour’s debut LP demand attention with their impassioned lyrics, joyful instrumentation and heart-stirring harmonies.
Itchy, scratchy DIY punk rock’n’roll with slices of jangle pop all over the place, for fans of The Go-Betweens, Swell Maps and The Fall.
Beloved Brooklyn bar band The Hold Steady’s eighth album returns to the explosive grit of their early canon, first pressing on limited edition indie exclusive peach vinyl!
Breakfast For Pathetics is the second album from Brisbane-via-Perth one woman outfit Tired Lion, featuring singles ‘Waterbed’, ‘Lie To Me’ and ‘CyaLater’, first pressing on ltd ed red splatter vinyl!
The new Weezer album ‘OK Human’ is a Technicolor symphonic spree that meditates on how over-and-under-connected we all are, first press on limited edition colour vinyl!
Barely a year after releasing their killer debut ‘Football Money’, young Toronto indie rock traditionalists are back with their sophomore LP ‘Cooler Returns’.
Melbourne-based dream-pop ensemble unveil their long-awaited debut album, first pressing on limited edition green vinyl!
Building on the themes of their critically acclaimed album ‘Among The Ghosts’, “family” is at the centre of Lucero’s new album ‘When You Found Me’.
Something For Kate have revealed the title of their seventh studio album The Modern Medieval, their first new album in eight years!
25th anniversary reissue of NZ underground indie rock legends Bailter Space’s 1995 album ‘Wammo’, remastered from original tapes on limited edition translucent vinyl!
‘The New OK’ is made up of songs left over from acclaimed 2020 album The Unraveling plus new ones written and recorded during COVID, first pressing on ltd ed red vinyl!
First time on vinyl for Melbourne indie-pop icons The Lucksmiths’ beloved 1997 fourth album ‘A Good Kind Of Nervous’, lo-fi songs of love, devotion and the passing of the seasons.
Twenty years after it’s release Melbourne indie rockers Gersey’s debut album ‘Hope Springs’ is available on vinyl!
Pop Filter – featuring members of beloved indie rock ensembles of yore such as The Ocean Party, The Snowy Band and Cool Sounds – return with their second offering, Donkey Gully Road.
Orville Peck is a critically-acclaimed rising Canadian country artist and his new EP ‘Show Pony’ is the follow-up to his acclaimed debut LP ‘Pony’.
Former frontman of Oz rockers The Peep Tempel returns with his debut solo album ‘Niscitam’, exploring fantasy and memory, existential angst and the singer’s hopes for a peaceful world.
Nashville country-soul icons Lambchop return with an album full over cover versions, each band member choosing a song for the band to reinterpret.
Limited to 6,000 copies, the five-LP set features Wilco’s remastered ‘Summerteeth’ album as well as unreleased demos, alternates and outtake recordings pressed on 180-gram vinyl.