🦔 🦦 New Releases 07/06/2024 Brats edition 🦕🦞

I wasn’t gonna do this. 4 weeks straight? ain’t even giving anyone else a chance on the new release thread? That’s not the sharing caring way. But then I realised I’m a brat and it’s about brat time. Go on everyone, get your baggies out, let everyone have a dab, and rack 'em up, cause it’s Charli baby

Charli XCX - brat

Right I’m done, you can have your thread back next week.

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Goat Girl - Below the Waste

Pretty varied and off kilter, ranging from post punk punch to sighing piano ballads to Bat for Lashes style synth sheen, with some of the oddness of Bas Jan or Virginia Wing thrown in for good measure

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Do you like pop? Do you like hip hop? Do you like j-pop? Do you like disco? Then check out Atarashii Gakko’s new record (who absolutely blew my head off at Primavera Sound last week)

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David Boulter - St Ann’s

New David Boulter (of Tindersticks fame) album out on Clay Pipe.

Bucolic folksy electronic hauntology stuff, all church bells, village greens and shady lanes.

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The Black Dog - Other, Like Me

Promising a darker, harder feel than their more ambient than techno-leaning recent albums, the lately prolific TBD strip everything back to bare their psyche and explore the inner self.

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Landless - L​ú​ireach

Traditional songs sung in four part harmony. Previous material was completely unaccompanied/acapella but they’ve added some subtle instrumentation and drones to this one. Produced by Lankum producer/OXN member John ‘Spud’ Murphy.

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Beings - There Is A Garden

Jim White, Steve Gunn, Shahzad Ismaily and Zoh Amba come together with jazzy drums, exploratory guitar, bass, sax and a touch of vocals. Like some sort of psychedelic improv jazz?

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Seeing as I’m up for daft reasons.

Peggy Gou - I Hear You

Debut album mixing house, disco & dance pop from South Korean born, Berlin based superstar DJ. This should be ace.

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Bathe Alone - I Don’t Do Humidity

Really looking forward to more dream pop.goodnight

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Oh come now … TBD haven’t released a decent record since Ed and Andy left - like 30 years ago? Props to them for plodding on, but it’s a little unnecessary.

Pedro the Lion - Santa Cruz

7th album of heartfelt autobiographical guitar rock.

Good Looks - Lived Here for a While

Country-tinged rock from Austin Texas. Good to see them back after their guitarist was nearly killed after being hit by a car the night of the release party for their previous record.

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Bar Italia - The Tw*ts EP

EP of off-cuts from last years album I’m guessing. Vaguely unsettling and unpredictable post punk grooves

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Actress - Statik

Tenth album of glitchy electronica - apparently this one is (relatively) ambient and subdued by his standards.

Clara la San - Made Mistakes

Debut album of late night RnB and bedroom pop from elusive Manchester singer who has worked with Bicep amongst others. FFO Janet Jackson & Burial.

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FFS the Nxworries album has been pushed back to next week. That’s really annoying.

That’s annoying too.

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Perennial - Art History

Third album from New England art punk/post hardcore band. They bill their new album Art History as “a 22-minute collage of mod rhythm & noise, 90s post-hardcore, Stax soul, and British Invasion garage rock.”

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Oh wait. Physical this week, streaming next week. Fair enough.

15th album from Eels

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Creek- Shortsighted

Drenched in reverb and melancholy, Creek are a band that specialise in emogaze. From Denver, CO,

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Jup do Bairro - in.corpo.ração

Brazilian rapper/singer who is trans with a pretty incredible EP. Love the last track, clarinet and huge beats

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