New in – Friday 7th July 2017

Tramlines edges ever closer…Come grab your tickets from our shop now. We’ve also got programmes for you line up heads!

New in

This week’s new wax comes in the form of Public Service Broadcasting’s “Every Valley”, their 3rd LP which confronts Brexit and the demise of the Welsh mining industry, certainly worth a listen!

Also back with her 3rd LP is Lucy Rose, with “Something’s Changing”. The Melvins are back with the “A Walk with Love & Death” Boxset which has 2 LPs, one of which is a soundtrack to a short film, watch the trailer below!

Past Tramlines booking Bjorn Torske is back with his Norwegian counterpart Prins Thomas; after 20 years the two Lords of space-disco are back to “Square One” with a psychedelic housey trip you’ll wanna take.

Randall Bramblett’s “Juke Joint At the Edge of the World” is out this week, as are the highly acclaimed Moonshine Freeze with their 4th LP, “This is the Kit”.

Not to mention Liam Gallagher’s first solo single, “Wall of Glass” on 7”!


Reissues this week…

The Cat Empire “Two Shoes”, “So Many Nights”, “The Cat Empire”, “Steal the Light”, “Cinema”
Soul Sok Sega “Sega Sounds from Mauritius 1973-1979”
The Chemical Brothers “Dig Your Own Hole”
Francis Macdonald & Harry Pye “Bonjour”
Rosanne Cash “King’s Record Shop”
Faithless “Sunday 8pm”, “Outrospective”
The Young Rascals “Groovin'”
The Association “Insight Out”

Get down and have a dig, tons of new in in the 2nd hand Emporium too.


Peace and dub,

SD

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