New releases 08/02


#41

Literally unbelievable that this isn’t in the OP. #justiceforari

Listened to it about 4 times so far. Not keen on NASA, in my head or break up with your girlfriend but the rest is wonderful. Ghostin has made me proper well up about 3 times so far? It’s fucking exquisite


#42

You have to think it would have been better as an EP, or a free thing on the website. I’ve seen them/him 3 times over the years (first one around 93) and it’s never actually been any good, so 4th time lucky.


#43

In my head and Break Up were two of my standouts from first listen! Huh, how about that?


#44

Hahaha I seem to be in the minority on those 2 judging by Twitter stans’ reactions :eyes:


#45

Ariana Grande was a bit bland imo. Might give it another spin on decent speakers so I can fit in with my friends :sweat_smile:


#46

Its a very competent record. Went into it blind without realising its DiS links. I like the more overtly drone tracks early on. Very much hits a spot. Then it delves into sleepy pianos which are pleasant Sunday afternoon stuff. Yeah was worth a listen!


#47

I have that same issue at home and I’m about to get onto Lowering. Even got the lemsip tablets on my desk!


#48

Sponsored by Lemsip and Electronic Sound magazine.


#49

Would like to be satisfying my kosmische/krautrock needs with the new Craven Faults but it seems like they’ve forgotten to make it live on bandcamp.


#50

The Jessica Pratt album is - and I don’t use this word lightly - wonderful.


#51

Jessica Pratt and LCD Soundsystem. Both excellent.


#52

The vinyl of this turned up today after ordering it from Norman Records in August last year!


#53

The new Panda Bear is a bit of a slog, but I like the ‘sound world’ of it and the production. Lots of water-y boat-y sounds.


#54

I know the release got bumped back a few times due to production problems with the vinyl, but unlike Netherfield Works it’s not available on streaming services for some reason and I can’t get the download from their bandcamp! :grimacing:

Did the vinyl come with a download code? I’ve been tempted to pick them both up on vinyl for a while but would want to be able to headphone them when I’m out and about…


#55

Fantastic record this. Love the slow ambient start like everything is nice and subtle and then the dark drone of the storm comes in. Then at the 5 minute mark of ‘Perpetual Storm’ shit hits the fan so to speak in a good way. Feels like chaos breaking loose with those dark droney undertones. Beautiful modern composition piano tracks with subtle ambiance and static drones. Whats not to like here? Highly recommended…


#56

No it didn’t. Netherfield didn’t either. :frowning:


#57

FFS.


#58

Thanks pal! Very kind of you. :relaxed:


#59

Don’t get me started… :wink:


#60

I bought the Spielbergs vinyl the other day and that didn’t have one either, I mentioned it on Instagram and the band replied saying email the record company. Which I did and they sent me the MP3s but their reasoning was;

“Still finding our feet as a new label but our distributor said that generally most people won’t use a download code these days, so we only left them out on their advice.”

Really? Sounds like bollocks advice to me.