July 2020 comes to a close with some great new releases...
Fontaines DC presents A Hero's Death. 'Barely a year after the release of their hugely acclaimed debut album 'Dogrel', which earned a Mercury Prize nomination, Dublin’s Fontaines D.C. have returned with an intensely confident A Hero's Death.' It's in Stock as a deluxe double album or as a limited blue LP or on CD.
Max Richter presents a new double album that has been 10 years in the meeting Voices is a major new recording project inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Available on black vinyl or CD.
Paul McCartney reissues his hit 1997 album Flaming Pie this week, it's in stock as a posh 3LP box set or a special edition 2CD
UK dance artist Romare aka Archie Woodrow releases his third album- Home on Ninja Tune this week. Available on double grey vinyl or CD.
This week sees the release of Belle & Sebastian's compilation album Push Barman To Open Old Wounds. It's a chronological double deluxe CD / triple LP on clear vinyl collection of all 25 songs from Belle and Sebastian’s Jeepster EP and single releases compiled onto one album.
Tim Burgess continues to do his bit for record shops with a limited run of 500 copies of Oh No I Love You on silver vinyl, since the green version for the Love Record Stores event sold out so fast!
Also out 31st July...
A new double album version of Bobbie Gentry's 1968 masterpiece The Delta Sweete
Mumford & Sons 7" Forever (Garage Version) on limited white vinyl
Disclosure are back with a brand new 12" EP called Ecstasy out on limited blue vinyl.
New In Stock:
DMA's new album The Glow is produced by Stuart Price (The Killers, Everything Everything, New Order) NME calls it 'a hyper-charged record of dance and decadence fromthe evolving Sydney trio'.
Rufus Wainwright - Unfollow The Rules - a new double album from an artist at the height of his powers, it's inspired by middle age, married life, fatherhood, friends, loss, London and Laurel Canyon.
The Raincoats - Extended Play is exactly that a 10" 4 track EP from their 1994 John Peel Session. Re-issued in March this year on Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley's label Smells Like Records, famously the band's biggest fan was Kurt Cobain.
Also in stock on CD are new albums from Alanis Morisette, John Legend and pop punk compilation Teenage Dirtbag.
The Gravity Drive are releasing their 2nd album The Wildlight, which has been given a 4 stars by Mojo 'A spirited and powerful album'. It's available on CD online or at the shop now.
Kate Rusby's forthcoming new album is out on CD only 14th August. Her cover of Oasis' Don't Go Away from her last album proved so popular that Hand Me Down is a collection of covers of twelve more of her favourite songs including Manic Monday and Friday I'm In Love. You can Pre-Order it now for £9.99.
We are gearing up for the first of the three RSD Drops on Sat 29th August. We will be updating the website with full info on how we're going to run the day and all the excellent releases for you to browse on our website by 10th August and email subscribers will be the first to here the news.
I am taking a short break with my family next week so the shop will be closed from 3pm on Sat 1st August and will re-open again at 10am to 6pm on Friday 7th August with plenty more new releases in stock.
Enjoy your week. All the best, Mark
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