New releases 15/06/18

Melody’s Echo Chamber album is brilliance!

Check the single

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So glad the new Melody’s Echo Chamber s being released…after what she went through last year.

Will put that on alongside RBCF and Leon Vynehall

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Looking forward to the new Stuart Staples and Rolling Blackouts, as a few have already mentioned.

The Disintegration State sampler of course.

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Nas.

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Yep, jaggity jag jagging time!

11 DiSers have put together a two disc techno/ambient/drone/IDM sampler to launch our new label Disintegration State

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LITE have released an EP, if very tight instrumental mathy Japanese heavy rock is your sort of thing.

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Bold choice by Rolling Blackouts to start the album with the three singles they released in the run up to the album coming out.

SOPHIE’s album is out today

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Apart from the Disintegration State sampler and @colossalhorse’s brilliant debut as Veins Full of Static I’m planning on getting involved with Protomartyr and now the S&S Presents thing that @rich-t has mentioned.

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As well as Protomatyr and Rolling Blackouts lined up, going to be listening to the new:

  • Culture Abuse (self described as kinda grunge, kinda punk, kinda hardcore, definitely a good time - singles have been really catchy so far);

  • Petal (raw female fronted emo/balladry)

  • Here Lie’s Man (psych-fuzz-Afrobeat - really enjoyed the debut they released last year).

Thought the Kamasi Washington album was out this week (gnashes teeth).

just played through, what a fantastic surprise at how good this is. really coherent and flows nicely.

gonna give this a go. i like ponyboy in a kind of, i dunno, daft way

New Chromeo is full on late night LA beach electro funk. Packed with bangers.

the last track is like the autechre/pop collaboration of your dreams

Probably the weakest release week since Christmas. I did enjoy the Stuart A Staples record though. Didn’t like Protomartyr at all, even with Kelley Deal on it.

I might try R+R=Now later on.

had one of LITE’s EPs years ago in my circa-2010 math rock phase. saw the other day that they’re playing Belfast later this year so i might have to get back into them

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new Johnny Marr today

some good tips itt, only one to add is civic by Kluster. Fun and inventive indie rock stuff, kinda like Palm but more poppy.