It's been a long time coming - and you've been asking for it a LOT - so it's awesome to finally present the debut album from Tangled Hair! Filled with every clever little riff you could hope for and a whole lot more.
Following on from the success of their brilliant debut record 'Permanent Rainbow', Watford punks Nervus are back in 2018 to bring you the new highly anticipated follow up - 'Everything Dies'. FFO Alkaline Trio, Into It Over It, Creeper.
We're pleased to bring you Gulfer's second full-length record Dog Bless!
More ambitious next to its predecessor, the Montreal-based quartet deliver what is their best work yet with 12 songs of anthemic, technical mathy emo that'll be right up your street if you're a fan of Algernon Cadwallader, Grown Ups and the like!
One track of typically brilliant, 12 minute yndi halda epicness. A Sun Coloured Shaker picks up where previous album Under Summer leaves off, with beautiful single-sided vinyl to match. Side B is etched, making this record as good to look at as it is to listen to.
Every now and then this label gives us the opportunity to do something very fun and fulfil personal ambitions. This is one of those times.
To celebrate the 15-year anniversary of the band's incredible debut record, The Neon Handshake, we're re-releasing it on exclusive black and white vinyl for old and new fans alike. Featuring classics like I Can Climb Mountains and You Drove Me to It, don't miss your chance to grab a slice of 00's magic!
Lemuria are back with their brand-new record Recreational Hate. Whether you've followed them for years, or are luckily discovering them for the first time, you're in for a treat!
Our favourites and yours, Tiny Moving Parts are back! Following the awesome Celebrate in 2016, the delightfully chipper trio from Benson, Minnesota bring you their brand-new record Swell. Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and a spring to your step!
Terrible Love are back with their second EP, ‘Doubt Mines’.
From the minimalist lament of the opener ‘First Flowers’ to the two and a half minute barrage of the title track, ‘Doubt Mines’ showcases a growth in the band's sound, adding melody and nuance without sacrificing any of the intensity of their brand of post-hardcore.
Slaughter Beach, Dog is the brilliant side project of Jake Ewald, one of Modern Baseball's two singer/songwriters. Pulling in influences from the likes Wilco, The Weakerthans, Jets To Brazil and Pedro The Lion, the new album ‘Birdie’ showcases Jake’s incredible song-writing skills, taking his already renowned sound and refining it to create something completely fresh.
The new album from that man Jamie Lenman, and what an album it is! If you heard the singles Mississippi, Waterloo Teeth or Hell In A Fast Car you've got an idea of what to expect, but this goes so much further too. Interesting, diverse and unbelievably catchy!
Almost since Beach Slang came into being, bandleader James Alex has taken to performing his group's heartfelt anthems as more intimate solo renditions.
Featuring alternate stripped down versions, fleshed out in the studio to include piano and cello, the four tracks (including two cover versions - The Replacements/Big Star) offer a different side to their riotous live shows.
A must-have for Slang fans everywhere!
For Cassels, music is about authenticity and in Epithet, their debut full-length LP, they've got it in spades. Fuelled by the injustices of everything from modern society to the hypocrisy of small town England, they are young, driven and vastly intelligent, refreshingly unafraid to shatter the status quo.
10 years on from its original release, we're very excited to make Reuben's third and final album available on vinyl for the first time ever.
To celebrate announcing the band and their fantastic debut album Seafoam we're repressed the awesome Kamikaze Girls EP - SAD.
Referring to themselves as a 'fucking loud instrumental' band, if you like riffy, aggressive math-rock influenced by the likes of Everything Everything, Deftones & Three Trapped Tigers, then this record is going to be the one for you. Recommend you play it LOUD.
Produced by Wade MacNeil (Alexisonfire, Black Lungs) and recorded by Jon Drew (Fucked Up, Tokyo Police Club), Single Mothers are back with their hotly anticipated follow-up ‘Our Pleasure', 10 tracks of raging punk perfection. FFO Dirty Nil, PUP, The Bronx.
oming out of the UK’s burgeoning and ever-developing DIY/punk scene, Leeds-based duo Kamikaze Girls are here to bring you their incredible new debut album - Seafoam. Exploring wider musical influences from shoegaze, Riot Grrl and fuzz pop, the whole result is a triumphant, important record.
The brilliant, appropriately named, third album from Tricot. Singing in their native Japanese and utilising unpredictable song transitions, melodic post-rock-inspired sounds and jazz-influenced instrumental breaks, this 13 track record will likely appeal to fans of Battles, Speedy Ortiz and Don Caballero
Available on Jamie's UK Spring tour , the super limited Waterloo Teeth 7" features singles 'Waterloo Teeth' and 'Mississippi'. These beauties are hand numbered and limited to only 300.
Your favourite UK skate-punks Gnarwolves are back with Outsiders, the long-awaited second album and follow up to 2014's debut self-titled album. Proper raw and melodic punk and definitely one of the UK's best!
The brand new 6 track EP from Ireland's finest, The Winter Passing. Double Exposure was produced by the legendary J Robbins (The Promise Ring, Texas Is The Reason, Jets To Brazil) and is packed with the catchy hooks and vocal harmonies we've come to expect from the wonderful quartet.
Dispensing with restrictive stuffy genres, the band bring you a challenging, hard-hitting sound that combines dense and poetic lyricism with pared-back, heavy and skilful instrumentation. A soundtrack to our changing times, Cassels are not for the closed minded, come in and take a listen.
Following their critically acclaimed 'Joy, Departed', Sorority Noise are back with their incredible third album 'You're Not As _____ As You Think'.
Produced by Mike Sapone (Brand New, Taking Back Sunday), the record is an unfiltered look at the last year of the band’s life. Intimate and visceral, it's dark and tragic in places, but there's the realisation that life is all about perspective. Hardships are inevitable, but so is hope.
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