The second album from the Crash of Rhinos camp -.11 beautiful and brutal tracks from Derby's favourite dual-bassed 5 piece.
Brilliant new EP, also released on CD. If you're a fan of catchy, math-rock inspired pop then this is going to be right up your street. For Fans Of: Meet Me In St Louis, Colour, Minus The Bear.
After releasing two talked about punk rock EPs, what do you do next? Release another of course.
Beautiful and brilliant, the debut record from this Philadelphia based three-piece was recorded by Joe Reinhart from Algernon Cadwallader and is now available on CD and 12" vinyl for European release. For Fans of Lemuria, Algernon Cadwallader and Joyce Manor.
Debut mini-album packed full of brilliantly upbeat math rock fun. For Fans of Adebisi Shank, ASIWYFA and Talons
CRU is the six track EP from Gnarwolves released July 2012. All the song titles on this EP are references to the book Brave New World!
The much anticipated debut record from Tall Ships. For Fans Of: Minus The Bear, Battles, Biffy Clyro
First ever European release from this incredible Japanese band. Four tracks plus two videos, it's available on CD and limited edition 10" vinyl. For Fans Of: This Town Needs Guns, Pele, The Album Leaf
The 5th studio album from the Seattle band, and arguably their heaviest yet. CD comes in cardboard digisleeve with lyric booklet. Also available on vinyl. For Fans Of: One of the most influential bands of their genre
Limited 7" vinyl released for the UK leg of their 2012 Infinity Overhead Tour. Each copy is hand numbered and has a die-cut carboard sleeve. Only 300 transparent red records were pressed.
The last SASO album and the first to be released on vinyl. 10 beautiful songs with a more electronica feel to the previous work. For Fans Of: Radiohead, Meet Me in St Louis and Kevin Devine
Came as a white 7" single, limited to just 500 copies and packaged in a handmade marbled ink sleeve, with handwritten tracklisting by the band, so every single one was unique.
The second album from the Philadelphia band. 9 tracks in 35 minutes. For Fans Of: Piebald, The Promise Ring and The Get Up Kids .
Available on CD, in screen printed, hand-numbered (limited to 500) case. Also available on one-sided 10" vinyl. Cassette sold out. For Fans Of:One of the most exciting new punk bands in years
Crash of Rhinos classic 'Distal' on limited cassette.
I Am Gemini, Cursive's heaviest album in years, tells the story of Cassius and Pollock, twin brothers separated at birth; one good, one evil. Released on limited edition 12" vinyl picture discs, in hand-numbered sleeves.
The EP from the duo consisting of ex-Dartz and The Maple State members.
Debut album from the Icelandic singer-songwriter featuring 11 tracks of typically weird and wonderful lyrics! Weapons includes a cameo from Broken Social Scene's Charles Spearin. For Fans Of: Mimas, Why?, Owen
New 12 track solo album from The Get Up Kids frontman. For Fans Of: The Get Up Kids, Kevin Devine, Walter Schreifels
Debut double album from this awesome new duo. Includes previous singles A Punch To The Temple and Idyllic In Nature. For Fans Of: Blakfish, pop hits
Kevin's 6th studio album - includes 2 exclusive, bonus tracks. For Fans Of: Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, Elliott Smith
Debut album from Norwich three piece, Big Success. They write short fun little punk songs. For fans of tea breaks.
The much-hyped Australian duo's debut EP, released in the UK for the first time. For Fans Of: Pulled Apart By Horses, DFA1979, Sonic Youth
Rosa Valle's debut EP, 'Holy Bermuda', was released in August 2011 via ourselves and the awesome Holy Roar Records. Released on one-sided 12" (with the b-side of every copy customized by the band themselves!) and on limited edition, die-cut CD. For fans of: Rolo Tomassi, Blakfish, Brontide, Shapes, Maths, We'll Die Smiling, Tubelord, Antares, Gallops
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