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    The new Parquet Courts album is amazing, easily the best they've ever released.

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      The new Parquet Courts album is amazing, easily the best they've ever released.
      Totally agree with you. Bought it on vinyl and been playing it loads.
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      New Gaz Coombes album is worth a spin.


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      Just giving The Ex a spin
      Does your current partner know
      She’s the main man in the office in the city
      And she treats me like I’m just another lackey
      But I can put a tennis racket up against my face
      And pretend that I am Kendo Nagasaki
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      The new Wilko Johnson album is well worth a listen.
      See you in the morning down by the jetty.
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      Don't forget to give Comrade Enrest's latest offering a bash

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      Local noise-punks Sealings (either top or 2nd in SHC's bands he's seen most in his life stakes) have put a couple of tracks from their forthcoming new tape up on Bandcamp

      https://gobnation.bandcamp.com/album...sound-of-music

      "'Sealings’ often feral live performances, once described as being ‘based more on confrontation than anything else’ have long been unhelpful when addressing their recorded output. If 2013’s two-track 7” ‘My Boyfriend’s Dead’, featuring brutalist electronic shoegaze as well melodic noise-pop wasn’t clear about their diverse intentions, then 2015’s debut full length ‘I’m A *******’ hammered the point home

      An all too long three years later and they’re at it again, merging the familiar with the unfamiliar on new Gob Nation released tape ‘Scum/ The Sound of Music.’ Lead video ‘Sports’ has a synth pop lightness about it, like Suicide 2 or a darkwave Sparks, tipping the hat to drummer and programmer Scott’s involvement in The Pheremoans. ‘Having A Dream’ is a two minute electro-punk gem reminiscent in structure and intent of another stalwart of the UK underground, Cowtown. Aptly named ‘Charnel Ground’ is heavy-footed gravegaze of the highest order, woozy and punchdrunk, desperately dragging itself to A&E, with more than a hint of the horror soundtrack about it. Album closer and highlight ‘Hanger Lane’ stands tall as their first, and perhaps only, dubplate"

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      They were in my top five last year with At the Feet of the Mountain Forever, and Binker and Moses are destined to duplicate that this year with the similarly stunning and life-affirming Alive in the East?, indicating just how exciting, eclectic and dynamic the British/London jazz scene is at the moment.
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      They were in my top five last year with At the Feet of the Mountain Forever, and Binker and Moses are destined to duplicate that this year with the similarly stunning and life-affirming Alive in the East?, indicating just how exciting, eclectic and dynamic the British/London jazz scene is at the moment.
      Binker was all over Love Supreme a few weeks ago. I think it was on the Saturday it felt like every set I went to watch featured him. Incredible musician.
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      Binker was all over Love Supreme a few weeks ago. I think it was on the Saturday it felt like every set I went to watch featured him. Incredible musician.
      In my view, Moses is arguably better, although there really isn't much in it, and together they're more than the sum of their parts.

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