As it’s members represent various European countries, so does its sound, which is inspired by tropicalia, krautrock, and European Morrecone-esque cinematic soundscapes. This is all done with great panache and delivers on all these musical fronts. Our album of the week!
Highly-anticipated new album from Steven Ellison, also known as Flying Lotus, does not disappoint. A real potpourri of talent, with special appearances from Anderson.Paak, George Clinton, Thundercat, Solange and David Lynch, among others. A real mix of future-jazz, hip-hop and chilled-out drum-and-bass. Highly recommended!
We have this available as a stunning limited pop-up LP edition too!
Take a trip back to the 1970s with Michael Collin’s latest album as Drugdealer. Soaring harmonies that are reminiscent of CSNY and sunny west-coast bands and some catchy melodies… best enjoyed on a warm sunny day for those sunshine-state vibes.
Another spellbinding album from Welsh musician Cate Le Bon, full of twists and turns that keep you hooked to the very end. A must-listen!
Third album from indie-folk heavyweights Big Thief is surely a modern classic. A phantasmagorical LP, with Adrianne Lenker’s talent for songwriting shining through on an album which is spectacularly well-orchestrated as a whole.
Latest signing to Heavenly Records. Indie-guitar pop at its best with lots of catchy hooks. Definitely floats our boat!
Superb collection of unreleased tracks circa 1972 & before, meant as the follow-up to ‘What’s Goin’ On’ but shelved at the time. Contains some real gems- a must for Marvin fans!
An intimate collection of songs covering everything from love, happiness and addiction. Recorded ‘live’ in a small studio in France.
In his latest musical offering, Kevin Morby muses on society’s relationship with God in this day and age, but don’t be put off- this is no old-school gospel album. Rather, what Morby has created looks at religion and spirituality through the lens of agnosticism, with some cracking tunes to boot. Songs we have on repeat: ‘No Halo’ and ‘OMG Rock n Roll’. FFO: The Velvets, Woods, Bob Dylan, Big Thief, Hand Habits.
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Weyes Blood does not disappoint with their latest album, released this month on Sub Pop! A musical odyssey of cinematic synth sounds and spellbinding vocals. It’s a real dynamic album that keeps you on your toes, with standout tracks including ‘Movies’ and ‘Everyday’ (accompanied by gory mock-horror movie music video!)- we love it!
Hauntingly beautiful new album from the Kiwi songstress. Acoustic style with a touch of ‘Holy Mountain’