New In Store This Week...
Midlake release thier new album For The sake of Bethel Woods 'Folk Proggers Midlake streamline to set their soul free on For The Sake of Bethel Woods'. (Louder)
Cream vinyl edition available.
Shoegazers Broadcast reissue a reastered vinyl version of Mother Is The Milky Way - Originally released as a tour only CD in 2009.
The Surfing Magazines are a garage rock group consisting of two-thirds of The Wave Pictures and one half of Slow Club. Their new album Badgers of Wymeswold which was due out last Summer is finally out this week.
On new album Reeling 'Liverpool band The Mysterines take the raw elements of grunge and blow them sky-high with some huge, classic rock choruses..' (NME)
For fans of Wolf Alice, Smashing Pumpkins and PJ Harvey..speaking of whom...
A collection of ten unreleased demos written for the ninth PJ Harvey studio album The Hope Six Demolition Project is out now, including demos of ‘The Wheel’ and ‘The Community Of Hope’. Features brand new artwork with cover art based on a drawing by Polly Jean Harvey, plus previously unseen photos by Maria Mochnacz and Seamus Murphy.
Pop star Charli XCX releases new album Crash this week including 'New Shapes’ featuring Caroline Polachek and Christine and the Queens.
'Ethan P. Flynn releases his new EP Universal Deluge. Plunging into the darker side of experimental pop, Flynn combines electronics with stripped-back acoustics, underpinned by his well-recognised idiosyncratic voice; a style which has seen Ethan work with the likes of FKA Twigs, David Byrne, Black Country, New Road and pinned “as great as Bowie, I’m just waiting for the world to see it… he’s a legend in the making” by slowthai.'
Great little item! Iron Maiden's Number Of The Beast 40th Anniversary Edition on cassette is in stock now.
Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones continues the restoration and reissuing of his storied solo catalogue with this set of Main Offender releases featuring remastered studio and live album recorded in 1992.
Go Go Go/La la La is the third single in a series by The Wedding Present. Out 18th March.
'A new 7” single every month throughout 2022. 24 Songs sees David Gedge writing with legendary Sleeper guitarist Jon Stewart for the first time...The series also continues the band’s association with photographer Jessica McMillan, who has created stunning images and films as a visual accompaniment to the recordings.'
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We have LOTS more stock arrived in the shop including Pearl Jam's new Greatest Hits and the new Pictish Trail release. Full info at the shop or in next week's blog.
We also have copies of Metronomy's latest album Small World plus the following on CD; Kiss - Off the Soundboard and a fantastic recent release from Robert Glasper - Black Radio III in store now.
Lots of customers getting in touch about this year's upcoming Record Store Day 2022 on Sat 23 April, we're ordering lots of the rare stock now and will have full info on this website by the end of the month. Do CONTACT US if you'd like to tell us what you're after. More info about how we're running the day can be found HERE
There are lots of Open Mic opportunities around and about including at Crossroads Inn, East Barkwith every 2nd Friday of the month from 7pm. Enquire at the pub if you wish to take part.
Gypsy Swing band, Djanco will perform at Great Carlton Village Hall on Sat 26th March at 7.30pm. To book advance tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Pete on 01507 450202
We were very sad to hear of the death of Louth musician Anton Drewery last month, who many of you will know as vocalist/guitarist in The What. Anton and his music have given us alot of pleasure over the years, he will be much missed and our thoughts go out to his family and friends.
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