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Scream From New York, NY

    Scream from New York, NY, the first album by Been Stellar captures an image of ‘20s New York that’s unrelenting and harsh, where tenderness is a finite resource burned up by the machinery of the city and human connection is a luxury product. Released via Dirty Hit, their debut album embodies the spirit of a city that makes and breaks its inhabitants on a daily basis.


    1. Start Again
    2. Passing Judgment
    4. Scream From New York, NY
    5. Sweet
    6. Can’t Look Away
    7. Shimmer
    8. Takedown
    9. All In One
    10. I Have The Answer

    The Japanese House

    ITEIAD Sessions (RSD24 EDITION)



      ITEIAD Sessions is a collection of live and alternate versions of songs from The Japanese Houseís acclaimed second album In the End It Always Does alongside an intimate cover of ABBAís Super Trouper. Previously only available on streaming, the EP arrives on limited colour vinyl for the first time for this yearís Record Store Day.

      Benjamin Francis Leftwich

      Some Things Break

        Acclaimed singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich returns with his 5th studio album ‘Some Things Break’ which sees a subtle reinvention in Benjamin Francis Leftwich’s sound and some of his most daring lyrics to date. The album consists of ten brand new tracks, all written and performed by Leftwich and follows his previous album ‘To Carry A Whale’, released in 2021.

        ‘Some Things Break’ was written over the course of the past two years at locations across the globe including London, Nashville, Washington and Stockholm. It was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Jimmy Hogarth (Amy Winehouse, Sia, Anohni & The Johnsons) and features collaborations with fellow songwriters including Mikky Ekko, The 1975’s Jamie Squire, Jon Green and more. 


        I'm Always Saying Sorry
        Moon Landing Hoax
        Break In The Weather
        New York
        Some Things Break
        Spokane Washington
        God's Best
        A Love Like That
        Only You
        Don't Give Up On Light

        The 1975

        At Their Very Best - Live From MSG

          Live recording of The 1975’s sold out ‘At Their Very Best’ performance from New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden, recorded on 7th November 2022 and now pressed on double orange vinyl.

          Formed in Manchester in 2002, The 1975 have established themselves as one of the defining bands of their generation with their distinctive aesthetic, ardent fan base and unique sonic approach. Their latest offering Being Funny In A Foreign Language became their 5th consecutive UK No.1 album. The critically acclaimed band were crowned ‘Best Group’ at the BRIT Awards in 2017 & 2019, with their third album ‘A Brief Enquiry Into Online Relationships’ winning the ‘Mastercard British Album of the Year’ in 2019.


          Barry says: It's a document of one of the most legendary live performances from 1975's tour last year, and i've been assured it was a great tour too. Our Liam is a big fan. As for the record, it's ram-packed full of perfectly paced indie-pop drifters, all the 1975 classics. Lovely.


          Side A
          1. The 1975
          2. Looking For Somebody (To Love)
          3. Happiness
          4. Part Of The Band
          5. Oh Caroline
          6. I’m In Love With You
          7. All I Need To Hear
          Side B
          8. Roadkill
          9. Fallingforyou
          10. I Like America & America Likes Me
          11. About You
          12. When We Are Together
          Side C
          1. If You’re Too Shy
          3. Me & You Together Song
          4. It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)
          5. Paris
          6. Robbers
          Side D
          7. Somebody Else
          8. I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)
          9. Love It If We Made It
          10. The Sound
          11. Sex
          12. Give Yourself A Try

          Oscar Lang

          Look Now

            Second album from West London, singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Oscar Lang. A split from his childhood sweetheart sent Lang spiralling, dramatically changing the course of the follow-up to the psychedelic-tinged fuzzy-rock of his 2021 debut Chew The Scenery at the same time as driving Lang into the most creatively fruitful period of his short career. The diversion has resulted in Look Now, an astounding record that makes Lang’s previous output sound like he was just testing the waters. Chew The Scenery and three melodically-breezy EPs that preceded it introduced Lang as a songwriter of rare talents but here is where he really lays down a marker, emerging with an album that takes in playful hooks, poignant lyricism, orchestral swells, ba-roque-pop instrumentation, a record that’s expansive but never overblown, intimate at the same time as being epic. It is his definitive artistic statement.

            TRACK LISTING

            A Song About Me
            Everything Unspoken
            Leave Me Alone
            Blow Ur Cash
            Circle Line
            Take Me Apart
            On God
            One Foot First
            When You Were A Child (feat. Molly Payton)

            The Japanese House

            In The End It Always Does

              The Japanese House has announced details of her second studio album In the End It Always Does. Featuring recent single ‘Boyhood’, much of the album lives in the contradictory: beginnings and endings, obsession and mundanity, falling in love and falling apart.

              With the announcement comes new track ‘Sad to Breathe’, an upbeat sounding heartbreaker co-produced by TJH’s Amber Bain with The 1975’s George Daniel and Chloe Kraemer accompanied by a beautiful live alternate version of the track directed by Sheila Johansson which sees Amber and her extended live band strip the track back to its bare bones.

              “I wrote Sad To Breathe some time ago, it’s one of the oldest songs on the record.” tells Amber. “It was very different back then; it’s gone from being solely electronic to what it is now, mostly live/ acoustic instrumentation. It’s about that desperate feeling when someone leaves you and the disbelief that they could. It’s funny you could have those kind of insane dramatic thoughts, that feel so real at the time, but can by some miracle look back in fondness to your entire life being ruined. It all circles back around.”

              Four years after her widely celebrated debut Good at Falling, this album sees Bain lean even further into the pop realm–with help from Matty Healy and George Daniel from The 1975, Katie Gavin from MUNA and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon among others. Bain credits Gavin especially with injecting her with creative energy and inspiration throughout.

              The album also sees Bain work alongside producer and engineer Chloe Kraemer (Rex Orange County, Lava La Rue, Glass Animals), an experience she describes as “life changing” due to the unspoken, shared understanding between marginalised genders in a creative space.

              “I’d never worked with a woman or queer person [in that way] before,” Bain says. “It’s nice to have someone who completely understands your standpoint and shared experience. Also, I say ‘she’ in every song... so it’s important that someone understands that.”

              TRACK LISTING

              SIDE A:
              1. Spot Dog
              2. Touching Yourself
              3. Sad To Breathe
              4. Over There
              5. Morning Pages
              6. Boyhood
              SIDE B:
              1. Indexical Reminder Of A Morning Well Spent
              2. Friends
              3. Sunshine Baby
              4. Baby Goes Again
              5. You Always Get What You Want
              6. One For Sorrow, Two For Joni Jones

              The 1975

              Being Funny In A Foreign Language

                The 1975 return new album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, via Dirty Hit.

                The band’s fifth studio album was written by Matthew Healy & George Daniel and recorded at Real World Studios in Wiltshire, United Kingdom and Electric Lady Studios in New York.

                Formed in Manchester in 2002, The 1975 have established themselves as one of the defining bands of their generation with their distinctive aesthetic, ardent fanbase and unique sonic approach.

                The band’s previous album, 2020’s ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’, became their fourth consecutive No. 1 album in the UK. The band were named NME’s ‘Band of the Decade’ in 2020 after being crowned ‘Best Group’ at the BRIT Awards in both 2017 & 2019. Their third studio album, ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’, also won ‘Mastercard British Album of the Year’ at the 2019 ceremony. 

                TRACK LISTING

                1. The 1975
                2. Happiness
                3. Looking For Somebody (To Love)
                4. Part Of The Band
                5. Oh Caroline
                6. I’m In Love With You
                7. All I Need To Hear
                8. Wintering
                9. Human Too
                10. About You
                11. When We Are Together

                Rina Sawayama

                Hold The Girl

                  Following on from her critically acclaimed debut “SAWAYAMA”, Rina Sawayama’s highly anticipated new record “Hold The Girl” sees Rina once again juxtapose intimate storytelling with arena-sized songs, creating another ambitious and original album to excite fans and critics alike.

                  Written and recorded over the last year and a half, Rina once again teamed up with longterm collaborators Clarence Clarity and Lauren Aquilina as well as enlisting help from the likes of the legendary Paul Epworth (Adele, Florence & the Machine), Stuart Price (Dua Lipa, The Killers, Madonna) and Marcus Andersson (Demi Lovato, Ashnikko) for their magic touch.

                  The product of Rina and these collective minds coming together is an album which melds influences from across the pop spectrum and is a bold and honest statement of Rina’s personal evolution; coming to terms with her own past and the jubilation of turning to the future.

                  Pale Waves


                    A fiery, confident kick-back against convention, Pale Waves’ third record Unwanted sees the group building on the promise of last year’s UK Top 3 album Who Am I?, and staking their claim as British rock’s most dynamic young group.

                    “It’s bold and unapologetic, and that’s what the Pale Waves community is about,” says frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie herself. “We don’t need to fit a perfect mould, we don’t need to apologise for being ourselves, and we won’t change for anyone. That acceptance is what connects us.”

                    Led by riotous lead single “Lies”, Unwanted is a record that reaches out to the passionate community of misfits and LGBTQI+ fans around the band, tapping into darker emotions than ever before while also striking a fresh tone of defiance.



                      Critically acclaimed, award winning icon for her generation, beabadoobee returns today to announce her forthcoming second studio album Beatopia (pronounced Bay-A-Toe-Pee-Uh). Due for release on Friday 15th July via Dirty Hit, Beatopia is a fantastical yet deeply personal world that was formed in the imagination of a 7 year old beabadoobee and has been carried with her ever since.

                      Housing Bea's most impressive work to date, Beatopia marks a huge progression, in 14 songs she traverses fuzzy rock, classic singer-songwriter, psychedelia, midwest emo and outright pop whilst remaining undeniably herself throughout.

                      STAFF COMMENTS

                      Barry says: Undeniably melodic and warmly produced throughout, Beabadooobee crafts beautiful pop songs imbued with a lightness and orchestral sway rarely seen in modern pop. It's gorgeously evocative and a great listen.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. Beatopia Cultsong
                      2. 10:36
                      3. Sunny Day
                      4. See You Soon
                      5. Ripples
                      6. The Perfect Pair
                      7. Broken Cd
                      8. Talk
                      9. Lovesong
                      10. Pictures Of Us
                      11. Fairy Song
                      12. Don’t Get The Deal
                      13. Tinkerbell Is Overrated
                      14. You’re Here That’s The Thing

                      No Rome

                      It's All Smiles

                        ‘It’s All Smiles' is the highly anticipated debut album from No Rome, produced by Rome alongside BJ Burton BJ Burton (Kanye West, Bon Iver, Charli XCX) and George Daniel (The 1975). Guendoline Rome Viray Gomez hadn’t planned on moving back to Manila, where he’d been born and raised, but the pandemic changed things. A festival appearance evolved into an extended stay with his parents, and then Rome, 24, rented a two-bedroom apartment of his own when it became clear he wouldn’t be returning to London, where he’d been living for the last three years, anytime soon. In the extra room he put his drum machines, synthesisers, monitors, and laptop to create the improvised home studio where he recorded his debut album It’s All Smiles, under his moniker No Rome. It’s an album for quality headphones, where each detail and decision can glisten. It’s the album Rome’s life has been leading to, a crystallized expression of a style that could only have come from his particular set of enthusiasms and influences. It’s major.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        1. Space-Cowboy
                        2. How Are You Feeling?
                        3. I Want U
                        4. ITS *N0T* L0V33 (Winter In London)
                        5. When She Comes Around
                        6. Secret Beach
                        7. Issues (After Dark)
                        8. Remember November / Bitcrush*Yr*Life
                        9. A Place Where Nobody Knows
                        10. Everything

                        Benjamin Francis Leftwich

                        To Carry A Whale

                          'To Carry A Whale' is the new album from renowned songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich. An honest, beautiful exploration of human nature, it finds the newly sober Leftwich's otherworldly talent in full focus, like never before.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          1.Cherry In Tacoma
                          2.Oh My God Please
                          3.Canary In A Coalmine
                          4.Tired In Niagara
                          5.Every Time I See A Bird
                          6.Wide Eyed Wandering Child
                          7.Sydney 2013
                          8.Slipping Through My Fingers
                          9.Talk To You Now
                          10.Full Full Colour

                          Marika Hackman

                          Sugar Blind & Deaf Heat EP (RSD21 EDITION)



                            Marika's first 2 EPs pressed on vinyl for the first time

                            Wolf Alice

                            Blue Weekend

                              Four years on from their Mercury Prize winning "Visions Of A Life" LP, Wolf Alice return with their most expansive, ambitious release to date.

                              STAFF COMMENTS

                              Barry says: It's wonderful to have a new album from Wolf Alice, and 'Blue Weekend' is indeed a stormer. Brilliantly inventive and full of the sort of rhythmic twists and turns we've come to expect from 2017's standout epic, 'Visions Of A Life'. This one sees a band full of energy and vigour, and should prove to be just as impactful as their previous work. A bold and wonderful beast.

                              TRACK LISTING

                              1. The Beach
                              2. Delicious Things
                              3. Lipstick On The Glass
                              4. Smile
                              5. Safe From Heartbreak (if You Never Fall In Love)
                              6. How Can Make It OK?
                              7. Play The Greatest Hits
                              8. Feeling Myself
                              9. The Last Man On Earth
                              10. No Hard Feelings
                              11. The Beach II

                              Pale Waves

                              Who Am I?

                                ‘Who Am I?’ is the second album from indie-pop icons Pale Waves, due for release on February 12th 2021. Recorded in L.A. over early 2020 with Rich Costey (Muse, Biffy Clyro, Sigur Ros), and led by the unabashedly huge lead single ‘Change’, it finds the Manchester band stepping up once more, fulfilling the promise of that widely-lauded debut album and striding towards pop megastardom.

                                TRACK LISTING

                                1. Change
                                2. Fall To Pieces
                                3. She’s My Religion
                                4. Easy
                                5. Wish U Were Here
                                6. Tomorrow
                                7. You Don’t Own Me
                                8. I Just Needed You
                                9. Odd Ones Out
                                10. Run To
                                11. Who Am I?


                                Fake It Flowers

                                  Fake It Flowers is the debut album from Dirty Hit artist beabadoobee. Born in the Philippines and raised in London, Bea Kristi began recording music as Beabadoobee in 2017. At just 20 years old, Beabadoobee has built her huge, dedicated Gen-Z fan base with her flawless output of confessional bedroom pop songs and DIY aesthetic. 

                                  The 1975

                                  Notes On A Conditional Form

                                    The 1975 deliver the follow up to BRIT Award Album of the Year winner ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ on 21st February 2020. The band’s 4th album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ is set to be already the most anticipated album of 2020 and features the lead single ‘People’ and the Greta Thunberg call to arms album opener, ‘The 1975.’

                                    The Japanese House

                                    Good At Falling

                                      With a debut album, timing is everything. Too quick, and it can fall on deaf ears, too much unknown in its significant running length. Too long, and any initial buzz has long worn off, an opportunity missed. The Japanese House, however, arrives at ‘Good At Falling’ with steady momentum, carved out over four EPs that saw her graduate from introverted, hushed bedroom pop to fleshed-out, soaring pop. On her debut album, all this progression and promise comes fantastically good.

                                      Amber Bain’s music has always been personal, but meanings have often been shrouded under swathes of production. A world of personal upheaval during the writing and the recording of ‘Good At Falling’ meant her subject matter was unlikely to get more obtuse, but the real power of her long-awaited debut lies in the way these struggles are laid out. Throughout the record, she puts herself in the firing line and lays herself bare.

                                      Despite the album singing of psychological torment (‘You Seemed So Happy’), dissatisfaction with the status quo (‘Follow My Girl’) and moving on from a defining relationship (‘Worms’) across the record, they’re transmitted via the poppiest music Amber has written to date. After reflecting on “Sharing a house, sharing a life, sharing a home” and how there’s “so much pressure not to be alone” in the verse of highlight ‘Worms’, when she preaches to “invest yourself in something worth investing in” in its big, bright chorus, it sounds like a message strong enough to tattoo across your chest in times when being alone feels just a bit too much to bear.   -DIYmag

                                      Visions Of A Life is the follow up to Wolf Alice’s 2015 Gold-selling debut album My Love Is Cool. It is fundamentally a personal album, and one of great growth for Wolf Alice. The album is incredibly broad in range, refusing to be defined by one idea. From the uncompromising 'Yuk Foo' to the infectious ‘Beautifully Unconventional' and 'Don’t Delete The Kisses’, a dizzyingly romantic track which shows their progression and maturity as songwriters. Visions Of A Life is not an album of cliches. It is packed with surprises for those who think they know Wolf Alice. A darker, bolder, more diverse release from the biggest breakthrough independent band of recent years. 

                                      STAFF COMMENTS

                                      Barry says: Haunting vocal melodies, swirling shoe-gazing guitar flourishes and aching, melodic breakdowns. It's rare that an album flows so well yet manages to encompass all of the elements Wolf Alice are so renowned for. An absolute belter.

                                      TRACK LISTING

                                      1. "Heavenward" 4:55
                                      2. "Yuk Foo" 2:13
                                      3. "Beautifully Unconventional" 2:13
                                      4. "Don't Delete The Kisses" 4:35
                                      5. "Planet Hunter" 3:52
                                      6. "Sky Musings" 2:58
                                      7. "Formidable Cool" 3:33
                                      8. "Space & Time" 2:27
                                      9. "Sadboy" 4:11
                                      10. "St. Purple & Green" 4:21
                                      11. "After The Zero Hour" 3:24
                                      12. "Visions Of A Life" 7:57

                                      Wolf Alice

                                      My Love Is Cool

                                        12 track debut album from London's Wolf Alice.

                                        While the group's early material was folk-tinged pop, they became more rock-oriented after the rhythm section joined. Clash described the band as "the lovechild of folk and grunge".The "Fluffy" single saw the band compared to Elastica and Hole, while the single's B-side, "White Leather", saw comparisons to The xx. The Observer described their sound as "an engaging strain of off-kilter indie rock".

                                        They now unveil their debut album.

                                        TRACK LISTING

                                        Turn To Dust
                                        Your Loves Whore
                                        You're A Germ
                                        Giant Peach
                                        Soapy Water
                                        The Wonderwhy

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