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Bitchin Bajas & Bonnie “Prince” Billy – Epic Jammers and Fortunate Little Ditties (2016)

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This collaboration between vintage equipment loving ambient experimentalists Bitchin Bajas and alt.country deity Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy is one of the most immersive albums since The KLF’s Chill Out. Bitchin Bajas’ style of incorporating old analogue synths with acoustic instruments is there in all its disorienting glory. Meanwhile, Oldham’s voice is a perfect accompaniment, slotting over the top of the music in way that helps it become more enthralling, rather than stamping his own character all over it and distracting from the sentiment.

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Mason Jennings – Wild Dark Metal (2016)

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B-Movie – Climate of Fear (2016)

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UK new wave icons, B-Movie, best known for their 1982 international smash hit single “Nowhere Girl,” continue their triumphant return with this brand new album featuring all 4 original founding members!The band’s third album since their well-received reunion in 2012, Climate Of Fear finds Steve Hovington and company at the peak of their moody melodic rock powers, sounding as fresh and vibrant as they did in their heyday, with a whole new set of keyboard-driven classics such as the superbly danceable lead off single “Another False Dawn,” the wonderfully moody title track “Climate Of Fear” and many more!

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Anders Osborne – Spacedust & Ocean Views (2016)

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Anders Osborne  release his new album, Spacedust & Ocean Views, later this year via Back On Dumaine Records. The album marks the 12th studio effort for the singer-songwriter and guitarist. Osborne revealed the first single off Spacedust last month via American Songwriter. “Lafayette” is inspired by his love of Louisiana, the adopted home state of […]

Coral Lee – The Weather Vane (2016)

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Another excellent surprise from Rhythm Bomb. Coral Lee comes from the land down under and for her third album has teamed up with the fine folks of Lightning Recorders Studio in Berlin. The combination made by the young girl’s voice, the talent of the band and a bunch of self penned originals (the sole cover […]

Fischer-Z – This Is My Universe (2016)

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Epitaph – Fire From The Soul (2016)

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A fantastic new album from one of the best German Bands.”Fire From The Soul” combines all elements you can expect from a new Epitaph-album 2016: singing twin-guitars and sparkling rocksongs with choral singing for several voices.This album is surprising all along the line through the steady quality from first to last song. A lucky bag,”retro” […]

Birth Control – Here And Now (2016)

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On March 18 2016 the legendary Krautrocker Birth Control are releasing their first studio album Here And Now 46 years after the release of their first and 20 years since the release of their last studio album.Here And Now will be exclusively distributed by H’art Musik.The album was recorded from mid of 2011 till the […]

Mogwai – Atomic (2016)

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Last year, Mogwai provided the music for Storyville – Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise, a BBC documentary chronicling the creation of the atomic bomb. Now, the Scottish post-rock outfit is reworking that soundtrack for a new album simply titled Atomic.“The Atomic soundtrack is one of the most intense and fulfilling projects we’ve taken on […]

Explosions In The Sky – The Wilderness (2016)

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This spring, Explosions in the Sky are set to return with a new album titled The Wilderness. Spanning nine tracks, the Temporary Residence release serves as their first non-soundtrack LP since 2011’s Take Care, Take Care, Take Care and sixth overall. For the LP, the post-rock outfit called on veteran John Congleton (St. Vincent, Spoon) […]