Lovely folky indie from Dublin’s Villagers. Dreamy melodies all recorded live at RAK Studios in London. Highly recommended, comes on pretty green vinyl too.

A1: Set The Tigers Free
A2: Everything I Am Is Yours
A3: My Lighthouse
A4: Courage
A5: That Day
A6: The Soul Serene
B1: Memoir
B2: Hot Scary Summer
B3: The Waves
B4: Darling Arithmetic
B5: So Naive
B6: Wichita Lineman

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Midnight‘s wicked 2014 album, No Mercy For Mayhem, released on German flag striped vinyl exclusively available through High Roller Records. Yet more top thrash brutality from this one man band. Released by Hells Headbangers, limited to 300.

A1: The Mercy Curse
A2: Evil Like A Knife
A3: Prowling Leather
A4: No Mercy For Mayhem
A5: The Final Rape Of Night
A6: Degradation
B1: Woman Of Flame
B2: Try Suicide
B3: Whiplash Disaster
B4: Aggressive Crucifixion

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The second LP from NZCA Lines (the first one is well worth checking). Great electronic indie along the lines of M83 etc. Released via Memphis Industries on limited orange vinyl.

A1: Approach
A2: Persephone Dreams
A3: Chemical Is Obvious
A4: Two Hearts
A5: Infinite Summer
A6: New Atmosphere
B1: Sunlight
B2: How Long Does It Take
B3: Jessica
B4: Do It Better
B5: Dark Horizon
B6: The World You Have Made For Us

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Reissue of Revocation‘s first album reissued for the first time on vinyl via Metal Blade. Limited to 200 this is the olive green version, very tasty looking. Great album too!

A1: Unattained
A2: Tail From The Crypt
A3: Exhumed Identity
A4: Fields Of Predation
B1: Alliance And Tyranny
B2: Suffer These Wounds
B3: Summon The Spawn
C1: None Shall Be Spared (All Shall Be Speared)
C2: Stillness
C3: Age Of Inuquity
C4: Empire Of The Obscene
D1: Summon The Spawn (Demo 2006)
D2: Unattained (Demo 2006)
D3: Suffer The Wounds (Demo 2006)

Before At The Gates came Grotesque. In The Embrace Of Evil was the final release and formed a compilation of the previous demos and releases. This version was re-released by Hammerheart in 2015 with on amazing black & white splatter vinyl, limited to 100. There was also a picture disc version released at the same time.

A1: Thirteen Bells Of Doom
A2: Blood Runs From The Altar
A3: Submit To Death
A4: Fall Into Decay
A5: Seven Gates
A6: Angels Blood
B1: Nocturnal Blasphemies
B2: Spawn Of Azathoth
B3: Incantation
B4: Church Of The Pentagram
B5: Ripped From The Cross

Originally starting as a joke release on RTJ’s website this remix LP of the second album featuring nothing but cat sounds actually became reality when fans backed the project on Kickstarter. Profit from the project went to worthy causes and we got a funny album on brown vinyl with a real furry sleeve. Everyone’s a winner, right?

A1: Meowpurrdy
A2: Oh My Darling Don’t Meow
A3: Pawfluffer Night
B1: Close Your Eyes And Meow To Fluff
B2: All Meow Life
B3: Lie, Cheat, Meow
C1: Meowrly
C2: Paw Due Respect
C3: Snug Again
D1: Creown
D2: Angelsnuggler
D3: Creown (Bonus)

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Awesome shaped picture disc for Maiden‘s Wasted Years. Taken from Somewhere In Time and using more of the Blade Runner-esque artwork from Derek Riggs the b-side band photo proves beyond doubt that this was from the mid-80s as Bruce is sporting an insane crop top. Flamboyant!

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Yuck return with their third long player and they’re still knocking out the melodic indie goodness. Initial copies of the release were pressed on white vinyl.

A1: Hold Me Closer
A2: Cannonball
A3: Like A Moth
A4: Only Silence
A5: Stranger Things
A6: I’m Ok
B1: As I Walk Away
B2: Hearts In Motion
B3: Swirling
B4: Down
B5: Yr Face

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Special edition of 500 released at the “David Bowie Is” Exhibition in Melbourne 2015. Sells for a tidy sum these days so this baby isn’t coming out of the packaging!

A: Let’s Dance (Single Version)
AA: Let’s Dance (Live)

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Has there ever been anything more frightening than a record telling you that the music etched onto it is sung by professional footballers? The 1983 Liverpool team shout in the background while someone else (probably?) tries to hold this tune together. There’s even a slightly bizarre calypso vibe to it. Was that a thing back in the early 80s? Luckily it does stop…eventually.

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