The debut album from members of Into It. Over It, Kittyhawk, Dowsing and more. 10 tracks of brilliant indie pop on lovely vinyl, including a limited transparent green with black splatter variant. Released via Asian Man in the US.
The second in Kevin's six-part split single series running throughout the year. Following on from the opening release vs Matthew Caws of Nada Surf, this 7" features new and exclusive songs from Devine and Meredith, best known as vocalist of Perfect Pussy.
Originally released in April 2015 and sold out almost immediately, Broken Thrills combines the bands first two EPs and was their debut European release, ahead of the critically acclaimed album 'The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us'
In April 2016 Broken Thrills was re-released for Record Store Day on a beautiful picture disc, featuring artwork by their very talented friend Drew Millward.
The long-awaited debut album from Plymouth's finest export. 11 tracks which are guaranteed to stick in your head for weeks to come. The album includes recent singles Sounds Like Spitting, Watching Accidents and Life In Reverse. For fans of: Pop hits and the West Country
This is the first in the six-part Devinyl Splits series from Kevin Devine, which sees the Brooklyn artist teaming up with a number of brilliantly talented and eclectic friends.
Part one features Matthew Caws from Nada Surf covering Fiscal Cliff, taken from Kevin's recent album, Bubblegum, whilst Devine tackles the beautiful Inside Of Love, which appeared on Nada Surf's 2002 album, Let Go.
Massively upbeat, ridiculous instrumental music - 10 tracks of RIFFS from the brilliant Axes.
A collection of previously unreleased and rare songs, written and recorded between 2006 - 2013. For fans of: One of the most influential bands of their genre
The highly anticipated debut album from one of the fastest rising and best loved UK punk bands around. Heavier and more intense than previous material yet still packed full of catchy hooks. Topped many best of 2014 lists for a good reason.
The first two Tangled Hair EPs, their self-titled debut and Apples, on vinyl at last. A brilliant collection from the ex-Colour boys, showing why they're one of our favourite bands. For fans of: Colour, the Kinsella family, Trood.
The long-awaited second album. More discordant and exciting than ever before, the six piece have returned in some style with this eight track, 50 minute feast of noise.
Sleep Kit are a new three piece from Germany and this is their debut release, on vinyl for the first time following a tape release . The LP was one-sided and limited to just 300, including a very special white splatter variant. For fans of: Jawbreaker, Sonic Youth.
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
The highly anticipated third album, and their first for BSM. Eleven tracks of typically brilliant intensity creating one of the best records you'll hear all year. For Fans Of: Touche Amore, Make Do And Mend, Balance And Composure.
Gone but never forgotten, Tubelord unfortunately left us at the very end of 2012 after releasing two incredible albums. Pop Songs For Rock Kids is comprised of the bands first two singles, both released (and immediately sold out) via BSM in 2008. These are the original recordings, not taken from either album, including a handful of songs which haven't been heard since the original vinyl sold out. For Fans Of: One of the most underrated UK bands of recent years
The brand new album and the first for BSM. One of the most prolific and often over-looked artists around, Intersections is the perfect Autumn album. Recorded at the legendary Soma Electronic Music Studios by producer Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, Iron & Wine), it features 12 beautiful new songs, a die-cut sleeve and 16 page booklet. An incredible package and a must-have release for all fans. For Fans Of: Owen, Everyone Everywhere and Evan's million other projects
8th studio album from the Brooklyn singer-songwriter, funded by the fans and released the same day as the 7th album, Bubblegum. This was recorded in LA by Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Beck, Guided By Voices) and showcases Kevin's folkier side. For Fans Of: Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, Elliott Smith, you know the deal!
7th studio album from the Brooklyn singer-songwriter, funded by the fans and released the same day as the 8th album, Bulldozer. This was recorded by Brand New's Jesse Lacey and showcases Kevin's punkier roots. Also available on CD and in a two album bundle. For Fans Of: Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, Elliott Smith, you know the deal!
New EP from the Plymouth based trio. Think Against Me! meets Japandroids and Les Savy Fav, with Dananananaykroyd-esque guitarwork and gang vocals which will keep you humming for hours. For Fans Of: Against Me, Tellison and Gnarwolves
This is Tall Ships' first two EPs, pressed on vinyl at long last! Originally released in 2010, they preceded the debut album, 'Everything Touching', which came out to great critical acclaim in 2012. For Fans Of: Early work from one of the UK's best bands
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
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