Angie McMahon is an Australian musician and songwriter who enjoys writing songs that ruminate on life, love and takeaway food and performing across the full dynamic spectrum. Salt is the latest release from the songstress.
Rolling Down The Road is the brand new album from family theme musician David Gibb.
This new release from Laced Records is the official soundtrack of popular action video game Devil May Cry with music composed by Casey Edwards, Cody Matthew Johnson, Jeff Rona, John R. Graham, Steven McNair, Kota Suzuki, Hiromitsu Maeba & Yoshiya Terayama.
Obscura is the new release from the Heavy Metal band from Birmingham named Eradikator.
This new and improved edition of Get Carter offers three CDs of music from British jazz maestro Roy Budd. The first two contains the film’s soundtrack and the third to the best of Roy Budd’s other scores. Disc 1 re-presents the original Japanese soundtrack, with the addition of ‘Hallucinations’ (which graced the soundtrack but not the LP). Disc 2 combines other incidental music from the film with single mixes and remixes and other rarities.
Joan As Police Woman, is an American musician, singer-songwriter and producer. This latest release will be part of Joan's three-album reissues of her early classic studio albums "Real Life" and "To Survive".
To Survive was previously released in 2008 and has been reissued on yellow transparent vinyl and features the classic tracks 'To America’ featuring Rufus Wainwright and ‘Honor Wishes’ featuring David Sylvian.
Kiri Variations is the new album from experimental electronica musician Clark.
This release is the debut album from North London rising soul sensation and Acid Jazz Records signee Laville.
The name of this album was created in tribute to Mario Bava’s 1968 cult classic ‘Danger: Diabolik’, it’s a musical masterclass where elements of garage, ye-ye, sleaze rock, cult soundtracks, sci-fi, spaghetti westerns and girl-group pop noir are combined with the cut-and-thrust zeal of a band bursting with ideas and energy.
Former cricketer turned singer Mark Butcher releases his second album entitled Now Playing.
How To Live is the debut album from Jack Cooper’s new band Modern Nature. The album title phrase derives from the diaries of filmmaker Derek Jarman, written on the coast of Kent in his Dungeness cottage.
In 1979 the late Congolese musician Lumingu Zorro, protégé of Kinshasa’s legendary 60s band leader Dr Nico, recorded Mosese, his only pre-2000 solo album, for the Tabansi label.
Originally released in August 1994 Definitely Maybe was a commercial smash. The album was the fastest-selling debut album ever (at the time), it went seven-times platinum in the UK (over 2 million copies), and sold 5 million worldwide. Containing the classic debut single ‘Supersonic’ - released April 1994 - and subsequent singles ‘Shakermaker’, ‘Live Forever’ and ‘Cigarettes & Alcohol’, ‘Definitely Maybe’ frequently appears on Best Album Of All Time polls, including a No.1 placing in a 2008 Q Magazine poll of the Greatest British Albums.
Penelope Isles, a brother-sister-centred alt-rock quartet from Brighton whose debut album, Until the Tide Creeps In, is released through Bella Union.
Providing an immersive soundscape, Planet Loss covers such issues as the current political climate, the effects it has on the planet and its inhabitants. This new project from Wallowing can be described as a brand of sci-fi themed blackened sludge/grindcore/noise pressed on an eye-catching green transparent vinyl.
"I decided to record an album from the backlog of songs that have accumulated lately. Many of these songs turned out to have been written in Europe, hence the choice of tracklist & album title. The album will be officially released later this year." - Robb
This release equates to the third School of Language album, following on from "Sea From Shore" in 2008 and "Old Fears" in 2014. 45 is inspired by the current 45th president of the USA, Donald Trump. It was written and recorded in a little less than two months during gaps in the schedule at Field Music’s studio in Sunderland. This project also draws inspiration from Bob Woodward’s book Fear, articles in the Washington Post, The New Yorker and The New York Times and by Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight. This project has also taken inspiration from by James Brown, Sly and the Family Stone, The Meters, Otis Redding and Free.
After a 25 years hiatus, Siobhan and Marcella have reunited to revitalise to their illustrious Pop career after a previous break up. This can be described as a comprehensive singles collection including the huge hit singles "Stay", "You’re History", "I Don’t Care" and more with two brand new tracks.
This explosive soundtrack from Ja Wan Koo perfectly complements the exquisitely choreographed fight sequences and the darkness of The Villainess’ ultra-violent world.