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One of Hampshire’s finest independent record shops
Dedicated to and obsessed with great music!
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and 9am–5pm on Saturdays
William The Conqueror live in-store
Saturday 23 February sees us welcome William The Conqueror to promote their second album, Bleeding On The Soundtrack, the second in a trilogy of autobiographical albums which began with 2017’s Proud Disturber Of The Peace, a sublime record that captured frontman Ruarri Joseph’s early life in rural Corwall. Click here to hear the title track, and don’t miss them!
Special pre-sale offers
Low prices that won’t be available after release, so get in early and get a great deal!
Pre-sale of the week is No Geography by The Chemical Brothers, out on 12 April.
Bryan Adams | Sundara Karma | Sleeper | Steve Earle & The Dukes | Tom Walker | David Gray | Dido | Joanne Shaw Taylor | Mansun | Mekons | Lucy Rose | Gary Clark Jr. | Stella Donnelly | Karen O & Danger Mouse | The Cinematic Orchestra | Ibibio Sound Machine | Keith Richards | Foals | Hozier | Townes Van Zandt | Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind | The Comet Is Coming | Brian Jonestown Massacre | Better Oblivion Community Centre | Jenny Lewis | Robin Trower | Ty Segall & Freedom Band | Suzi Quattro | Son Volt | Devin Townsend | These New Puritans | Iron & Wine | Billie Eilish | White Denim | Jamie Lawson | Rozi Plain | Jade Bird | The Cranberries | David Bowie | Band Of Skulls | Fat White Family | Catfish And The Bottlemen | Lamb | Soak | Fontaines D.C. | The Chemical Brothers | Aldous Harding | Idlewild | Weyes Blood | Mike + The Mechanics | Damien Jurado | Cage The Elephant | Josh Ritter | Marina | Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres | Rodrigo Y Gabriela | Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes | The Felice Brothers | The Heavy | Thea Gilmore | Lewis Capaldi | Honeyblood
Latest new releases
We kick off 22 February’s recommended releases with Strange Creatures, an incredibly layered and intricate album, and a lot more aggressive and chaotic than Drenge’s past releases, but an excellent listen worth the four-year wait since Undertow. Nobody Told Me, the new studio album from Blues Hall of Fame member John Mayall, boasts an impressive and diverse list of guest guitarists including Todd Rundgren, Steven Van Zandt and Joe Bonamassa. Progressive-metal band Dream Theater lived together in seclusion while they wrote and recorded Distance Over Time, producing a more organic record still with their signature combination of metallic aggression and progressive scope. British rising star Yola’s debut solo album, Walk Through Fire, shows her unshakeable passion for the soul and country music she loves. Her spirit fills the room, just like her voice … she has the ability to sing both in a full roar and in barely a whisper, and that is a true gift. Without a doubt, Delain belong to the golden spear-head of symphonic metal! Hunter’s Moon consists of a live album, a live Blu-ray disc and four brand-new studio tracks that offer a haunting preview of what Delain is working on for their next studio album.
Our album of the week is the latest from Sleaford Mods, one of the most important, politically charged and thought-provoking duos currently working. Eton Alive depicts Britain “once again in the middle of another elitist, plan being digested slowly as we wait to be turned into faeces once more,” according to Jason Williamson. Still angry then!
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Our gems for 15 February start with Skylight, a seamless blend classic American melodies and emotionally direct lyrics from Pinegrove that swings from whisper to full-belt and back again, and comes with a bonus acoustic version of the album only available with physical copies. Bleeding On The Soundtrack is the second in a trilogy of autobiographical albums from William The Conqueror, darker than the first: a tale of addiction, divorce and crossroads in adolescence and young adulthood. Tedeschi Trucks Band continue to move forwards with their fourth album, Signs, which combines inventive musicality and provocative lyrics along with blistering guitar playing. Funk queen Chaka Khan sings over a hand-picked selection of her favourite tracks by Switch on Hello Happiness, with echoes of R&B, ’70s New York disco and modern minimalist grooves. Florida Georgia Line find a balance between high-energy songs and those that dig deep on Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, featuring some honest story-telling and an authentic country sound. Symphonic metal titans Avantasia return with phase four of their epic journey, Moonglow, continuing the power-metal flavour that made their previous albums so successful.
Our album of the week can only be Psychedelic Country Soul, the first new album in over thirty years from the founders of alt-country, The Long Ryders! The classic line-up perform with precision and fire on an album that is set to spread like wildfire.
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Come and browse in our shop! We’ve got a great stock of music on vinyl and CD, covering rock, jazz, soul, country, dance and electronic, classical and much more! We also stock music-related T-shirts and books.
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