Follow up to Willie J. Healey’s debut ‘Twin Heavy’ (2020), The Latest offering is a cool fusion of influences, spanning Neil Young to Harry Nilsson, Conan Mockasin and George Harrison. Funky, Sharp, Expansive Guitar-Based songwriting.
Big Thief’s beautiful guitarist Buck Meek returns with new solo album “Haunted Mountain”. A wonderful, Laidback selection of songs with an Americana twang and some expert fingerpicking to complement meek’s sweet texan voice.
Everything Is Alive, Slowdive’s 5th record, an exploration into the shimmering nature of life and the universal touch points within it. Spanning psychedelic soundscapes, pulsating 80’s electronic elements and John Cale inspired journeys, the album lands immediately as something made for 2023 and beyond.
Paul Hillery’s third compilation in this series of rare and hard to find grooves is as much a geographical journey as it is a musical one. An eclectic gathering of styles and genres that have been curated into an accessible fusion of Jazz, Rock, AOR and Folk tinged grooves that all have soul.
U.F.O is a psych-folk record with it’s head in the stratosphere. The albums lush arrangements set off a dramatic juxtaposition of refined majesty against Sullivan’s earthy, driving melancholy. U.F.O. stands as one of the truly great ‘lost’ masterpieces of the 20th Century.
Straight Up: Noise Pollution C88-90’ is a selection of some of the most loved/despised/ignored tracks released by The Pooh Sticks on however many records it was before it all went wilfully ‘American’ sometime around dotted-line’ing for BMG mega-corp in 1991.
Second Album by Polly Mackey. With added vocals from Marika Hackman, Mackey’s new album sure gives the most ethereal brooding indie dance sound sure to transport you into another dimension.
Taking modular electronics, flutes, bells, and softly pattering drum machines, before colouring them all with the amber glow of some forgotten, psychedelic kids’ TV programme. Adam Higton’s work documents the daily goings-on of the forest folk within the realm of the cosmic neighbourhood.
1995 album from Washington D.C. Band ‘Air Miami’ Rising from the ashes of indie rockers ‘Unrest’. Jangly, Bright guitars, infectious fast rhythms and a decidedly ‘”pop”ier outlook (but still retaining essences of ‘unrest’s’ sound) – This reissue includes all the singles & unreleased tracks!
Third self titled record from singer-song writer Max Clarke. Clarke mixes lyrics reflecting relentlessly on the yearning and burning of love with a compact collection of daydream anthems. With instrumentation subtle and harmonies delicate, consisting of celestial guitar, leads, stacked horns and strolling piano lines, this is a must in time perfectly for summer.