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Beach Fossils | Bunny (2023)


Bedroom-pop trailblazers Beach Fossils’ new album ‘Bunny,’ is a triumphant return for one of 2010s most influential NYC bands. ‘Bunny’ delivers us 11 new classics–a precise blend of the dream-pop they notoriously pioneered, familiar post-punk vigor, & the sophisticated songwriting of seasoned musicians.
The record has Dustin Payseur’s most vulnerable lyrics by far. He’s pushed himself to be honest and give insight to his emotional world. From poignant words about a family member’s cancer battle, the joy of being a father, to smoking a cigarette out of a car window with friends-it’s the band’s most vivid and personal work to date. Bayonet Records

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Beach House | Become EP (2023)


New EP of previously unreleased material from the sessions for Beach House 2022 album, Once Twice Melody. The Become EP is a collection of 5 songs from the Once Twice Melody sessions. We didn’t think they fit in the world of OTM, but later realized they all fit in a little world of their own. To us, they are all kind of scuzzy and spacious, and live in the spirit realm. It’s not really where we are currently going, but it’s definitely somewhere we have been. We hope you enjoy these tunes, Alex and Victoria/Beach House. Sub Pop Records

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Ocean Colour Scene | Yesterday Today 1999-2003 (2023)


All beginnings start with a name. And so, in October 1989, Simon Fowler, Steve Cradock, Damon Minchella and Oscar Harrison sat down together, chose their three favourite words, arranged them in a satisfactory order and became Ocean Colour Scene. Thirty-five years on, and Ocean Colour Scene are still together: making music and regularly selling out huge concert halls across the country. They have the support of an extraordinarily dedicated and loyal fan base who cherish their music and hold close to their hearts a lifetime of memories supporting the group.
Continuing our celebration of one of Britain’s finest bands Demon Records are proud to present Yesterday Today 1999 to 2003. This is the next in the ongoing series where we focus on a period from the bands illustrious career and pull together their studio albums in one concise vinyl box. Demon Records

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Feist | Multitudes (2023)


The 11-time Juno Award winning artist’s Feist first release since 2017’s critically-acclaimed ‘Pleasure’ is out April 14 via Interscope Records. Multitudes took shape soon after the birth of Feist’s daughter and the sudden death of her father. Amid meditations on mortality, connection and the frenetic state of the human condition, the record ultimately radiates an ineffable sense of hope.
Feist says: “The last few years were such a period of confrontation for me, and it feels like it was at least to some degree for everyone. We confronted ourselves as much as our relationships confronted us. It felt like our relational ecosystems were clearer than ever and so whatever was normally obscured- like a certain way of avoiding conflict or a certain way of talking around the subject- were all of a sudden thrust into the light. And in all that reassessment, the chance to find footing on healthier, more honest ground became possible, and the effort to maintain avoidance actually felt like it took more effort than just handing ourselves over to the truth.” udiscovermusic

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The No Ones | My Best Evil Friend (2023)


The No Ones release My Best Evil Friend, their first full-length collection since 2020 on Yep Roc Records. Paying tribute to the artists that inspire them and populate their turntables, My Best Evil Friend channels Nick Lowe, Pamela Polland, Marvin Gaye, Jenny Lewis, Jesse Ed Davis, ? & The Mysterians, Plastic Ono Band, and Phil Ochs, among others. My Best Evil Friend was realized in the way it was required, bouncing tracks back and forth from studios in Norway to the Dungeon Of Horror in Portland, Oregon, with a few other helpful home-recorders. Arne and Frode were able to track live guitars and drums together in Oslo, which somehow gives the vibe of a combo rockin’ a high school gym – owing much to the engineering work of Bård Ingebrigtsen, who also did the final mixes.

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Tame Impala | Lonerism: 10 Year Anniversary Box Set (2023)


2022 marked the 10th anniversary of Lonerism. To celebrate, Tame Impala present a deluxe 3lp reissue of the album featuring previously unreleased demos from the era. Recorded in both western australia and paris between 2010 and 2012, lonerism was tame impala’s breakout record. Lonerism’s artwork is by Leif Podhajsky and Kevin Parker, and the album was mixed by Dave Fridmann. Anniversary edition artwork designed by Erin Knutson and Immanuel Yang, with additional photography by Matt Sav and Kevin Parker. Tame Impala
Tame Impala’s landmark album Lonerism turned 10 last year, and the band played it front-to-back at Desert Daze to mark the anniversary. Now, Tame Impala have announced a new Lonerism anniversary box set featuring the original album with a 24-page booklet, previously unreleased demos, and more. It comes out May 26.
Tame Impala have a habit of expanding their albums into box sets. Pitchfork

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Fall Out Boy | So Much (For) Stardust (2023)


Fall Out Boy’s eighth album, ‘So Much (For) Stardust’, begins with delicate piano keys, cinematic string arrangements and vocalist Patrick Stump singing with an angry edge. The Chicago band’s quick-witted lyrics follow as the tempo picks up and Stump asserts, “I’d never go / I just want to be invited” right before he is “sending my love from the other side of the apocalypse”. ‘Love From The Other Side’ is a strong start for the band’s first collection of music in more than five years, gently (then abruptly) pulling themselves back onto the pop-punk rollercoaster that FOB strapped themselves onto more than two decades ago. NME
Now, they’re older. They’ve lived, they’ve thrived, and it may be no coincidence that this release aligns with their return to punk/emo staple label Fueled By Ramen. They’re no longer a band who need to be ambitious – they’ve achieved dizzying heights, regularly play stadiums, they’ve even got a big fuck-off flamethrower bass. This is why it’s not so surprising that So Much (For) Stardust instead feels like a return to home.
Instantly, everything is BIG. Grandiosity remains Fall Out Boy’s preferred delivery, and with a renewed six-string focus wrapping nicely around maturer themes and genres, it holds up well. “Love From The Other Side” blows away any cobwebs with its powerful, teeth-bearing promise of a return to their heavier side. The Line of Best Fit

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Sharon Van Etten | Tramp (Anniversary Edition) (2023)


Sharon Van Etten has announced an anniversary edition of her 2012 album, Tramp. It’s due out March 24 via Jagjaguwar. The updated version is set to include a previously unreleased song called “This Is Too Right,” and will be available on crimson vinyl. With the announcement, Sharon Van Etten has shared a video for “Serpents” directed by Naomi Yang (of Galaxie 500 and Damon & Naomi). Yang made the video in 2012, but Sharon Van Etten shelved it due to insecurities about her appearance. “At the time, I didn’t have much experience with music videos,” Van Etten said in a statement. “I was very insecure about being the focus of a video. Maybe I wasn’t ready to face my demons. I know it sounds funny. I could write and perform them, but facing them and baring my soul on camera felt like an entirely different thing, and when I looked at myself, I felt uncomfortable. I chose not to release the video.” Pitchfork

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The New Pornographers | Continue as a Guest (2023)


The New Pornographers have proven themselves one of the most excellent bands in indie rock. They’ve constantly offered new sonic surprises with every album, and Continue as a Guest is their greatest leap to date. The group’s first album for Merge establishes them alongside modern luminaries like Yo La Tengo and Superchunk when it comes to their ability to evolve while still retaining what made them so special in the first place. A dazzling and intriguing collection of songs that are truly built to last, Continue as a Guest finds bandleader A.C. Newman and his compatriots Neko Case, Kathryn Calder, John Collins, Todd Fancey, and Joe Seiders exploring fresh territory and shattering the barriers of their collective comfort zone. Merge Records

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