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Relentless (30th anniversary reissue)

limited edition cd - £12.99 | Buy
The Boys hit the dancefloor and don't stop until we've all well and truly dropped - now's your chance to grab this long sought after disc of 'Relentless' club b...

Tube Map

A4 PRINT - £12.00 | Buy
A5 Postcard - £5.00 | Buy
Innovative Representation of Music History: Band Maps by Mike Bell Mike Bell's band maps transform the rich tapestry of music history into a visual narrativ...
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Iechyd Da

black lp - £24.99 | Buy
cd - £12.99 | Buy

dinked 262 - limited signed & numbered* rose pink lp* in gatefold sleeve + "big softies" 7"* + download - 1 per customer - £27.99
at times joyous and grand, at others intimate and heartbreaking, the ex-coral guitarist has expanded into new territory with exhilarating results: from kids cho...


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  3. Nightmare
  4. Dean Martin
  5. Have A Go Heroes
  6. Curse
  7. Please Don’t Die
  8. Peachy
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The Rhythm Method


  • limited peach lp + resident exclusive *signed print*

    Released: 8th Mar 2024

  • limited peach lp

    Released: 8th Mar 2024

  • cd

    Released: 8th Mar 2024


Their musical palette might have shifted, introducing an indie-tinged pop element to proceedings, but the central core that makes The Rhythm Method so brilliant (off-kilter melodies & lyrics so good they'll be building luxury apartments in your brain) have been ramped up to exhilarating levels.

The Rhythm Method return with a vastly different sound and, in their words, a "cohesive masterpiece". This album, produced by Bill Ryder-Jones and featuring Aoife Power of Whenyoung, is the first time they have recorded music in a proper studio, and is influenced by a "desire to live up to one’s potential, making sure there’s no regrets on the deathbed". The Rhythm Method have been hailed by everyone from Mike Skinner to Michaela Coel.

“Electro-pop vignettes about London life that land somewhere between Pet Shop Boys and Squeeze”-Q

“One of our finest new pop bands” DORK ****

“Imagine Mike Skinner got together with Squeeze’s Chris Difford and had a much-loved son whose favourite uncle was Ian Dury... ” Morning Star ****

“Modern Britain’s greatest pop duo (under 40category)” The Guardian Guide