Feeder Forget About Tomorrow / Just The Way I'm Feeling [RSD] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2017. If we have stock left it will be available online from Saturday 29th April, strictly one per customer. 7" on white vinyl. White vinyl in clear PVC bag. AA side - 2 singles from 2003. Not previously released on vinyl. Ties in with Feeder 21st anniversary in 2017, with tour. New top 10 Feeder studio album just released. BMG 7" New In
Prince Little Red Corvette / 1999 (Picture Disc) [RSD] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2017. If we have stock left it will be available online from Saturday 29th April, strictly one per customer. Limited 7" vinyl picture disc, limited to 1000. Rhino 7" New In
Black Honey Somebody Better 7" on opaque orange vinyl. The new 7" single from Brighton based Black Honey, this band keep putting out solid indie-pop-rock tunes and have been building a great amount of momentum, for fans of Cherry Glazerr, Muse and Blaenavon “I made a pretty big mess of things, and I guess this is me trying to make a good thing of a bad situation. Its feels like sub consciously you will always self sabotage and only ever hurt the people closest to you. It’s a reflection on the pain I caused as well as confronting myself. I cant live in regret and I only learn things the hard way.” - Izzy Foxfive Records 7" Pre-Order
Ed Sheeran Thinking Out Loud (Australian EP) The third single taken from Ed Sheeran's second album X (Multiply), there's no doubt that he's one of "the singer songwriters of this generation" and Thinking Out Loud is evidence of that, it's an elegant love song that stormed the world. CD
Zoo Slang 12th March at New Slang, Kingston On Thursday 12th March we're having a charity party. But parties need a theme, and it seems natural here at New Slang to have an animal theme. And so, we've teamed up with This Is Not Revolution Rock to bring you ZOO SLANG! Headlining are hyperactive Oxford indie-rockers This Town Needs Guns! The band are a mix of Radiohead-ish vocals, Hot Club De Paris' head-spinning guitarwork and euphoric crescendos. They released an amazing album by the name of 'Animals' last year. Something special! On top of that we have the 4th(?)-ever gig from Lions! Summery Weezer-ish powerpop from Mikey G of Get Cape Wear Cape Fly fame. Also we'll have DJ Ctrl Alt Del spinning tunes, not to mention all the usual New Slang hits. Entry will be free to people in animal fancy dress before 11pm, and then £2 after. It doesn't just have to be a zebra, any animal! 20% of all entry fee will go to Oxjam. This is an Oxjam event for Oxfam. Oxfam is a registered charity in England and Wales No 202918 and Scotland SCO 039042. Oxfam GB is a member of Oxfam International.
Salen Copper Kiss The new song from east-London trio Salen, featuring two remixes from DJ HAAi. Copper Kiss is a neon crystal pop song with bitter lyrics, it's instant and addictive. Island 12"
Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution The lead single taken from the legendary Depeche Mode's new and fourteenth studio album Spirit. This is a limited release and contains vaious mixes of the track. "I wouldn't call this a political album, because I don't listen to music in a political way. But it's definitely about humanity, and our place in that," Gahan told Rolling Stone. "If we want things to change, a revolution, we need to talk about it and about caring about what goes on in the world. It doesn't seem the way things are in London. We seem to be going in another direction, and I think Martin felt like he needed to express that." Sony CD