Loads of Recent New Releases

It’s Friday! On top of all the restocks and additions that came in this past week (we received another delivery yesterday) we’ve got a bunch of new and recent releases to feature today. It’s going to be a great weekend to drop by and have a dig!
Let’s jump right into the latest releases. You can find them all on our eShop here:

Lemon Twigs – Everything Harmony
On “Everything Harmony”, their fourth full-length studio release, the prodigiously talented brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario offer 13 original servings of beauty that showcase an emotional depth and musical sophistication far beyond their years as a band, let alone as young men.

Darkthrone – Goatlord: Original

The intended second album of technical death/doom metal from the Norwegian legends in it’s original form. Darkthrone began life in the late 80’s, experimenting with thrash, death & doom metal before eventually delving into the black metal genre & becoming synonymous with the style as one of the most highly regarded acts.

Rise Of The Northstar – Showdown (Sakura Edition)
After a three-year absence, the band is back more determined than ever with their devastating new attack, “Showdown,” which is about to become the must-have album of 2023.

De La Soul – Buhloone Mindstate

De La Soul’s third studio release, “Buhloone Mindstate”, released on September 21, 1993, saw the group evolve into a new sound as they continued to grow stylistically and musically.

St. Paul & The Broken Bones – Angels In Science Fiction (Indie exclusive)
When Paul Janeway learned he was going to be a father he decided to scribe his thoughts (joy, fear, confusion) as messages to his then-unborn daughter. Those letters became Angels in Science Fiction, the stunning fifth album from St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

July Talk – Remember Never Before

With Remember Never Before, the most potently yet inventively “July Talk” album yet, the band returns – changed – to where they began. It starts with “After This.” The song introduces July Talk all over again: the return of the guitar, the driving energy and frenzied release at once familiar and new.

Petite Noir – MotherFather

MotherFather is his long-awaited second album, and it has a subtitle: ‘The darkness is comforting sometimes’. As Petite Noir explains: “It’s about going through the darkness. But it’s also about rebirth. Because the dark times are needed for us to grow.”

Avatar: The Way Of Water (Score by Simon Franglen)
Jake Sully lives with his newfound family formed on the planet of Pandora. Once a familiar threat returns to finish what was previously started, Jake must work with Neytiri and the army of the Na’vi race to protect their planet. Score by Simon Franglen.

See you soon!

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