Also Released


James Yorkston Roaring the Gospel A compilation album of off-cuts, outtakes, covers and traditionals that are of a quality that most artists would have as singles, not in their archive. (Domino)

Seefeel Quique Welcome reissue of the drifting, ethereal electronica from this oft-overlooked Sheffield quartet. (Too Pure)

Erasure Light at the End of the World Messrs Bell and Clarke are still turning out prime nuggets of electro pop despite Scissor Sisters stealing their thunder. And wardrobe. (Mute)

Funeral for a Friend Tales Don’t Tell Themselves This Welsh quintet’s tumultuous emo grind has become more polished and anthemic with this, their third album. (Atlantic)

Iain MacAulay Daylight Second album of affecting Tom Waits/Belle and Sebsatian-inspired songs from Carnoustie-based singer. (Team Gilles)

HTRK Nostlagia Throbbing Gristle-inspired industrial stomach-ache from po-faced, underdressed trio. (Fire Records)


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