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English musician and songwriter Marika Hackman releases new album Big Sigh on Fri 12th January.
'Big Sigh is the “hardest record” Marika has ever made. As the title suggest, it is a relief of sorts – of sadness, of stress and lust, but mostly relief. Co-produced with Sam Petts Davies (Frank Ocean, Radiohead, Red Hot Chilli Peppers) and Charlie Andrew (Alt J, Wolf Alice, London Grammar). Lyrically there’s always romance alongside grief, with elements of vulnerability and feeling trapped.
“This album took a long time to make. It was not easy, and by the time I got to the end of it I was quiet. I wanted to be away from it and let it sit in its own space. Now the dust has settled and I’ve got re-enter the world of Big Sigh, and I’m excited. Stepping into a new world, moving forward, chipping away. Breathe in, breathe out. Big sigh.”
CD version also in stock.
South London electronic musician Sampha's Dual EP 'marks its 10th anniversary with a retail exclusive orange vinyl pressing. Recorded in his bedroom in Mordern, South London, Dual provided an intimate and idiosyncratic glimpse of Sampha’s artistic intent to come, and has seen multiple tracks reworked as part of his recent LAHAI and Satellite Business live shows in 2023.'
Orange 12" vinyl
'Beautifully produced and rich in scope - Iechyd Da is English singer-songwriter, musician and film score composer Bill Ryder-Jones’ most ambitious record to date. At times joyous and grand, at others intimate and heartbreaking, the past few years spent producing other artists have provided that gentle nudge to expand into new territory, from kids choirs and tender strings to dramatically re-contextualised disco samples.'
Powder Blue Vinyl and CD available
40th Anniversary edition of The Triffids' Treeless Plain - limited white vinyl in gatefold sleeve
'Treeless Plain is the debut album by Australian indie-rock group The Triffids, released originally in November 1983. The album was recorded at Emerald City Studios, Sydney, in twelve midnight to dawn sessions, costing less than $3000 during August through to September of 1983. This special 40th Anniversary reissue is pressed on limited White Vinyl and is housed in the original gatefold sleeve. The album has been remixed by original engineer Nick Mainsbridge using the original 24 track masters.'
'Soul Jazz Records’ 200% Dynamite! set the benchmark for reggae meets funk compilations that has never been bettered. Out of print for over 15 years this new 2023 edition is expanded with new tracks...including seminal dancehall party cuts Sister Nancy’s ‘One Two’ and Chaka Demus and Pliers’ ‘Murder She Wrote’, alongside classic soul to reggae covers including cuts of Marlena Shaw’s ‘Women of the Ghetto and Odyssey’s ‘Don’t Tell Me Tell Her’.
Double vinyl and CD versions available
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For fans of Louth Film Club you can renew or activate your membership for 2024 in store now and pick up this year's brochure, there's some great films coming up.
It;s a chance to see foreign language, arthouse and classic films on the big screen. Louth Film Club takes place every other Monday at the Louth Playhouse Cinema. You don't have to be a member to see a film, all are welcome to come along but members do get a reduced entry fee.
Find out more here:
The campaign to save Louth's British Legion Hall for the community to continue to use is well under way. It's a rare and important space in the town and has so much potential for future generations. You can get involved and find out more here:
Facebook: Your Hall
Live music in Louth coming soon...
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