Inhaler Falling In A new 7" single from the awesome Inhaler, check this out if you're into the likes of Sea Girls, Ten Tonnes or Sports Team. Produced by Antony Genn of The Hours, ‘Falling In’ follows the expansive ‘We Have To Move On’ and the upbeat ‘Ice Cream Sundae’. The song, which is about keeping one’s ego in check, offers catchy guitar riffs, soaring melodies and distorted vocals. In an official statement, frontman Elijah Hewson explained that the song is “About the battles that we all have with our own ego”. ‘Falling In’ reflects how the band members’ lives have evolved over the past year, as they’ve embarked on tours, garnered thousands of avid fans and traded their private lives for public ones. Polydor 7" Pre-Order
bdrmm The Bedroom Tapes Hull/Leeds-based shoegazers bdrmm follow their hugely acclaimed debut album Bedroom with The Bedroom Tapes, a limited-edition 12” EP that rounds up remixes and lockdown live sessions.The first side features stripped-down versions of ‘Gush’, ‘A Reason To Celebrate’ and ‘Forget The Credits’ from the album, plus a version of 2019 single ‘Question Mark’. Originally recorded at home by the band’s Ryan and Jordan Smith for various radio sessions, these versions feel fragile and expose the feelings that are buried under the noise of Bedroom.The flip features Andy Bell’s radical reworking of ‘A Reason To Celebrate’ under his GLOK guise, which finds the previously unexplored middle ground between the late Andrew Weatherall and underrated 4AD outfit Ultra Vivid Scene. It is joined by Ditz’s dynamic deconstruction of ‘If....’ and International Teachers Of Pop’s almost obscenely cheerful ‘de-mix’ of ‘Happy’. Sonic Cathedral 12" Pre-Order
Declan McKenna Beautiful Faces (Skream remix) / The Key To Life On Earth (TSHA remix) This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2020 - Drop 2. Available online from 6:00pm on Saturday 26th September, strictly one per customer. 12" vinyl single featuring a Skream remix of Beautiful Faces and a TSHA remix of The Key To Life On Earth. Columbia 12" RSD 2020
Palace Someday Somewhere The new EP from the awesome London based dream-rockers Palace, following on from 2019's acclaimed album Life After. The ‘Someday, Somewhere’ EP is made up of unreleased tracks recorded during the ‘Life After’ album sessions including its much-loved title track, which was previously a live set exclusive. The 3 track EP will be released digitally and also as a limited 12” vinyl edition including the bonus track ‘Trouble On The Water’ as previously released on the band’s ‘Hoxa Sessions’ acoustic EP. “Not many bands do better emotionally literate, melancholic indie at the moment” – The Observer Fiction 12" Pre-Order
Hot Chip My Piano PRE ORDER - Release Date TBC Limited 12" of this exclusive track recorded for the forthcoming Hot Chip DJ Kicks compilation. A. Original B. Dub K7 12"
Thurston Moore Hashish [RSD20] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2020 - Drop 2. Available online from 6:00pm on Saturday 26th September, strictly one per customer. Wobbly aka Jon Leidecker has remixed two versions of HASHISH for this limited cannabis WE-ED THE PEOPLE 7-inch Daydream Library 7" Pre-Order
Stone Foundation Changes Second 2020 release from Stone Foundation. On the A side is the band's brand new single Changes and on the B side is a studio recording of Going Back To My Roots - a cover which the band were playing on their late 2019 tour. 1.0 7"
Dolomite Minor Girl Of Gold EP from garage-rock 2-piece Dolomite Minor who played New Slang's 7th birthday. In the vein of Black Keys and BRMC but more angsty! A brain-rattlingly loud live proposition, Dolomite Minor combine the heavy blues riffs of The White Stripes, with the sheer raw power of Nirvana or Queens of the Stone Age. Singer Joe Grimshaw’s unmistakable vocals cut an other-worldly drawl amongst Dolomite’s thick, swampy, fuzz and Max Palmier’s drums incessantly drive their tracks forward. Lead track Girl of Gold will be backed by live favourites Let Me Go, Talk Like An Aztec and When I’m Dead. Ignition 12"