Paris – Use Me

September 22, 2020

On new record ‘Use Me’ frontwoman, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Lynn Gunn steps into a new chapter, as she owns her role as Pvris’ leader and sole architect.

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Metallica – S&M2

July 18, 2020

US metal titans Metallica are on the verge of releasing S&M2 and we’ll have access to a limited edition indie exclusive version on 4-LP orange marble vinyl!

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Jason Molina – Eight Gates

August 9, 2020

Posthumous solo album from revered alt-country singer-songwriter Jason Molina (Songa:Ohia, Magnolia Electric Co.) on limited edition Indies only strawberry shortcake splash vinyl.

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DMA’S – The Glow

June 1, 2020

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!

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Hockey Dad – Brain Candy

April 3, 2020

As always Wollongong garage duo Hockey Dad inject a blend of raw energy and lovable irreverence into their dynamic, sun-drenched pop. Indie exclusive yellow vinyl plus bonus 7″ while stocks last!

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Dream Wife – So When You Gonna…

July 4, 2020

London punks Dream Wife are back with their second album and just like the title suggests, this is a record brimming with adrenaline and playful excitement. On limited edition Indies only neon pink vinyl.

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Spacey Jane – Sunlight

June 4, 2020

‘Sunlight’ traces a journey of failed romantic and family relationships, mental health disasters and running from everyone in your late-teens/early-twenties.

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#1 Dads – Golden Repair

June 7, 2020

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.

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Holiday Party – Holiday Party

July 4, 2020

Drawing influence from artists like The Avalanches, Beach House, Animal Collective and JDilla, Holiday Party (Luke McDonald and Mel Tickle) build songs with homemade samples, creating junkyard pop music.

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Khruangbin – Mordechai

June 14, 2020

Texan iconoclasts Khruangbin are finally speaking out loud, their third album ‘Mordechai’ featuring vocals prominently, a first for the mostly instrumental band.

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Phoebe Bridgers – Punisher

June 14, 2020

The arrival of her second solo album ‘Punisher’ cements Phoebe Bridgers as one of the most clever, tender and prolific songwriters of our era.

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Josh Pyke – Rome

June 1, 2020

‘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.

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LA Priest – Gene

June 14, 2020

‘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’.

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RVG – Feral

April 27, 2020

RVG perform the tricky alchemy of combining rock’s urgency, punk’s anarchy, and pop’s empathy to create a record that feels vital.

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Sleaford Mods – All That Glue

May 24, 2020

‘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.

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Screamfeeder – Take You Apart

April 27, 2020

Few bands strike a creative high six albums into their career, but that’s exactly what happened with Brisbane’s indie pop favourites Screamfeeder in 2003 with ‘Take You Apart’

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Cable Ties – Far Enough

March 11, 2020

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.

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Toto – Toto

May 9, 2020

‘Toto’ is the 1978 debut studio album by the American band Toto, featuring their first hit single ‘Hold The Line’.

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Dune Rats – Hurry Up & Wait

February 12, 2020

Brisbane punk reprobates follow-up their #1 album with help from their mate James Tidswell (Violent Soho), forging a sound that’s thrillingly new but still 100% Dunies.

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Tami Neilson – Chicka Boom!

April 6, 2020

Tami Neilson’s an artist whose powerful voice can take on big ballads, golden-age country, heartfelt Gospel, soul-infused R&B, Western swing, even old-style rock’n’roll.

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Nada Surf – Never Not Together

April 6, 2020

With their ninth album, ’90s alt-rockers Nada Surf continue pursuing their humanistic vision of the world through hooky, catchy rock songs with sharply drawn, yet tenderly felt lyrics.

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Wire – Mind Hive

April 6, 2020

UK post-punk legends Wire exhibit little inclination to look back – rather they remain resolutely focused on producing music which is smart, vital and defiantly modern.

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Tame Impala – The Slow Push

February 12, 2020

Fourth album by WA wunderkind Kevin Parker was recorded between LA and Fremantle and is a an existential batch of songs delving into creation and destruction and the unending cycle of life.

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Sorry – 925

April 1, 2020

‘925’, the hotly-anticipated debut record from North London rockers Sorry, on limited edition silver vinyl!

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King Krule – Man Alive!

April 2, 2020

‘Man Alive!’ is the third studio album from UK punk poet King Krule, written as a direct reaction to the non-stop energy of touring his 2017 opus ‘The Ooz’.

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Kingswood – Juveniles

April 1, 2020

‘Juveniles’ sees Melbourne rockers Kingswood return to their classic rock sound that first gained attention from fans across Australia and the world.

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Smog – Knock Knock (reissue)

March 29, 2020

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.

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Camera Obscura – Desire Lines

April 1, 2020

For Camera Obscura’s fifth album, the indie-popsters left their hometown of Glasgow to record in Portland, Oregon with producer Tucker Martine (R.E.M., Spoon, My Morning Jacket).

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Swans – To Be Kind

April 2, 2020

‘To Be Kind’ is the thirteenth studio album by lauded NYC experimental rock band Swans, released in 2014 and quickly becoming their most successful album.

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Sparks – Past Tense: The Best Of Sparks

April 1, 2020

‘Past Tense: The Best of Sparks’ includes some of the eccentric LA art-rockers’ most recent work from 2017’s critically-acclaimed Hippopotamus album, as well as stretching right back to their incomparable roots in the late-’60s.

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The Chordites – Taking A Ride

April 1, 2020

Brisbane four-piece The Chordites’ take on garage, power pop and punk guitar rock’n’roll ends up sounding like all of their influences stretched out across their LP ‘Taking A Ride’.

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Andy Golledge – Namoi

April 1, 2020

This Tamworth native’s tracks span from foot stompin’ party starters to the heartachingly fragile – if Australiana-Americana wasn’t a thing before, it is now.

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Zucchero – D.O.C.

April 1, 2020

‘D.O.C.’ is the title of Zucchero “Sugar” Fornaciari’s new studio album, a 14-track 2-LP set including three English tracks.

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Mac Miller – Best Day Ever

March 29, 2020

When most fans think of Mac Miller, the first thing that comes to mind is his seminal mixtape ‘Best Day Ever,’ its recognizable artwork, or its most popular track: “Donald Trump.”

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Grouplove – Healer

March 29, 2020

LA-based alt-rockers Grouplove’s fourth album ‘Healer’ represents a re-birth and a full-circle return to their initial idealism.

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Waxahatchee – Saint Cloud

May 2, 2020

Waxahatchee’s Saint Cloud is an unflinching self-examination whose raw, exposed narrative terrain is aided by a shift in sonic arrangements.

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Soccer Mommy – Color Theory

February 12, 2020

Sophomore effort from young Nashville singer-songwriter Sophie Allison – aka Soccer Mommy -aspires to be like finding a dusty old cassette tape that’s been messed up over time, an ode to degradation

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