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Friday, 07 August
Ships in 7 days"The Kramford Look are back with a new album that wouldn’t seem out of place on Jonny Trunk’s label or Andy Votel’s crate diggin’ specialists, Finders Keepers. Think Francois De Roubaix, Ennio Morricone or even Sven Libaek, classic film soundtrack and vintage TV library music… but with that unique Kramford twist."
Ships in 7 daysSummer's friend, Matthew Mondanile a.k.a. Ducktails presents a persistently sweet new studio album; his first since 2013's 'The Flower Lane' and arguably his lushest yet. Sporting guest spots from Julia Holter and James Ferraro, and tooled with production by Rob Schnapf, co-producer of Elliott Smith's 'XO' and 'Either/Or', it's a baroque-tight collection of classical pop, flush with cascading melodies, tender fretwork and sing-along vocals. It was recorded throughout 2014 and into 2015 at a variety of locations, from L.A. to NYC and Berlin, oftentimes while on tour with Real … Read more
Ships in 7 days*2015 Reissue* You know how it is; you always mean to go out for that drink, but being so busy it's just so difficult to schedule a mutually acceptable date... Well, Calexico and Iron & Wine have managed to synchronise their BlackBerrys and get things together for this long muted collaborative album; 'In The Reins'. Recorded over Christmas 2004, the songs (all Sam Beam penned) on 'In The Reins' are deeply marinated in the leathery sounds of classic Americana, with tracks such as 'Prison on Route 41' ("there's a prison on Route 41, a home to my mother, step brother and son… Read more
Ships in 7 daysA stone-cold post-punk classic, 'World of Rubber' was the sole LP produced by Adrian Borland and Graham Bailey as 2nd Layer. They would also make music alongside others in other cultishly appreciated units, The Outsiders and subsequently The Sound. Like a sullen Suicide or skrawnier, stripped down Dome, they made the most of basic set-ups, recording ten tracks including some sheer highlights in 'Distortion', which sounds like Muslimgauze recording with Martin Hannett; with the low-slung, grubbing swagger of 'Underneath The Glass'; in the scowling, gothic cruiser, 'Zero' - which could almos… Read more