New Release Round-up 25th March 2022

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'Warm Chris' is the latest from striking New Zealand singer-songwriter ALDOUS HARDING, once again working with producer John Parish who helmed her breakthrough record 'Designer'. This album leans a lot more into the discomfiting weirdness that characterises Harding's live performances. Collaborators include Welsh indie maven H. Hawkline, jazz drummer Seb Rochford and an almost unrecognisable Jason Williamson (making his second vocal cameo of the month). Indeed, Harding herself is almost unrecognisable from track to track as she runs through a dizzying variety of vocal registers and personas in a classy display of versatility and artistic curiosity.

PLACEBO prove a capacity for reinvention and relevance on 'Never Let Me Go', their first album in nine years and first since the departure of drummer Steve Forrest. The CD features and 'immersive' booklet and lyric cards, and there's an indies red double-vinyl.

IBIBIO SOUND MACHINE's 'Electricity' boasts production from Hot Chip. Buzzsaw guitars and spacey reverb adorn 'Sonancy', a first album in some 23 years from Robert Hampson's influential LOOP. 'Songs Of The Recollection' compiles cover versions old and new from COWBOY JUNKIES. There are new albums from Weller-approved blue eyed soul combo STONE FOUNDATION, Australian singer-songwriter XAVIER RUDD and rising Jamaican pop singer KOFFEE, a new MICHAEL BUBLE CD plus vinyl issues of ANAIS MITCHELL's beautifully written self-titled record and JON HOPKINS' Ram Dass-inspired 'Music for Psychedelic Therapy'.

Back in stock

SELF ESTEEM's acclaimed 'Prioritise Pleasure' is back in on vinyl for the first time since Christmas, including the indies gold.


BON IVER's acclaimed self-titled album celebrates its tenth anniversary with an expanded reissue on CD and vinyl.

'Past Imperfect' collects the best of TINDERSTICKS to celebrate the band's thirtieth anniversary.

There's a vinyl reissue of Island's RICHARD THOMPSON compilation '(guitar, vocal)'.

KRAFTWERK present an extended physical release of their 2020 digital compilation of 'Remixes'.


'Fear Fear' is the sophomore album from post-punk phenoms WORKING MEN'S CLUB and follows their acclaimed eponymous debut.

'The Great Awakening' is the first SHEARWATER album since 2016's brilliant 'Jet Plane and Oxbow' and incorporates field recordings from ornithologist frontman Jonathan Meiburg.

With two Top 10 albums already under their belts, Reading rockers THE AMAZONS announced the lockdown-inspired third record 'How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me'

SOCCER MOMMY follows up the acclaimed 'Color Theory' with 'Sometimes, Forever'.
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