This week in Indie Basement: reviews of new albums from Field Music and Jim Noir, plus a reissue of The Durutti Column's Fidelity, baroque psych comp Tea & Symphony, and a new single from Cold Beat's first album for DFA.
This week: reviews of new albums from Comet Gain, Elbow, Allah-Las, The Hecks and Lindstrøm, plus reissues from The Wedding Present, and a damn fine compilation from Tim Burgess (Charlatans) and Bob Stanley (Saint Etienne).
This week in the Basement: reviews of new albums from Britpop vets Sleeper and Pavement guitarist Spiral Stairs, plus Oakland, CA post-punks The World, a '70s glam compilation curated by Saint Etienne, and more.
This week: The Goon Sax's terrific new 'We're Not Talking'; Baxter Dury teams with Etienne de Crécy for a new LP; plus Lake Ruth, French psych band Bootchy Temple, and two new 1968 compilations curated by Saint Etienne.
This week there are box sets from The Jazz Butcher and Kitchens of Distinction, a five-disc compilation of classic UK goth, a collection of post-psych/pre-prog UK rock curated by Bob and Pete of Saint Etienne, and the reissue of the album for which the term "post-rock" was coined.
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