GRAHAM PARKER Squeezing Out Sparks - 40th Anniversary Solo Acoustic [RSD19] 100% Records LP Pre-Order
Stone Foundation Everybody, Anyone Everybody, Anyone features 11 new songs and as before, there’s a sprinkling of guest musicians who feature on the album including Kathryn Williams, Dr Robert, Mick Talbot, Steve White, & The Average White Band’s Hamish Stuart. And unable to stay away, Paul Weller (who produced and featured on the last album) sneaks back in with a bit of piano, guitar and BVs on a couple of tracks. Everybody, Anyone sees a harder, heavier funk vibe than it’s predecessor but with the great grooves comes great songs. Talking about the album, bassist Neil Sheasby says: “In recent years I’ve heard a lot of records with great grooves but there’s no song, the message & melodies were still key to the records creation. To me it sounds like a very cohesive collection of tunes, a body of work that hangs well as a complete album. The next natural step for Stone Foundation” 100% CD | LP
Stone Foundation / Paul Weller Ordinary Joe / I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down A 7" single from Stone Foundation with Paul Weller joining the band on piano and Graham Parker on co-lead vocals. 100% RECORDS 7"
Stone Foundation Live Rituals A live album that was recorded at the band's sold out Islington Assembly Hall show in May 2017, featuring some guest appearances from Paul Weller, Dr. Robert (of The Blow Monkeys) and Danny Champ. 100% CD | LP
5 Billion in Diamonds 5 Billion in Diamonds The debut self-titled album from supergroup 5 Billion In Diamonds, Ebbott Lundberg, UK DJ James Grillo, UK producer Andy Jenks and the legendary producer Butch Vig (known for producing Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins). Recorded in Vig’s Grunge is Dead Studio in LA and Jenks’ Christchurch Studios in Bristol, Vig said “James would bring in these obscure albums and play something for us, we would get jazzed by the music and try and channel that inspiration into a new song idea”. 100 % CD | LP
We Are Scientists Helter Seltzer Fifth album from Brooklyn's We Are Scientists. Nobody does indie-rock quite like these guys! "We've always made overtures toward being a pop band, but we've generally had the inclination to obscure those pop leanings in grit and chaos — to screw them up with fuzzed-out tones and raucous performances," says guitarist and vocalist Keith Murray. "It's made us really think about what our musical genre is. We're not punk — we're too interested in making our songs as pretty as possible. We're not straight-up rock — our tastes our too left-of-centre. We're not indie-rock — our heads aren't far enough up our own butts. So finally, after putting as much time into thinking about it as we're apt to — about ten minutes, over beers — we decided that our genre is 'Helter Seltzer.'" 100 % CD | LP