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Theme New Bond Junior

limited signed clear 7" - £7.99 | Buy

Nocturnal Manoeuvres

limited indies only "transparent grey" lp - £18.99 | Buy
cd - £10.99 | Buy
Pure rambunctious botheration from this pair of right rabble-rousers.

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Joy as an Act of Resistance (5th Anniversary edition)

Limited deluxe 180g LP in Gold Glitter Die-Cut Gatefold sleeve w/ 8 Double-Sided Interchangeable art prints - £35.99 | Buy
How about a cheeky half decade celebration for the Bristol boys who, more than anyone, have shaped the face of guitar-led music since the shop's been standi...
Gilla Band

most normal

limited blue lp - £24.99 | Buy
cd - £12.99 | Buy
Gilla Band boil down anxiety to its purest form.


very limited exclusive orange lp (500 only) - £24.99
cd - £12.99 | Buy
Gristly and grit-caked, the raucous blaze of psych-sieved post-punk that makes up the debut from these adopted Brightonians barrels along like a runaway train, ...
The Murder Capital

When I Have Fears

cd - £10.99 | Buy
lp + lyric booklet + download - £21.99
There’s a surging fervour throughout this ferocious, brutal, tender and all consuming debut, taking us to heady summits and plummeting us into terrifying ...

Atlas Vending

cd - £10.99 | Buy
Is this the best metz have sounded since their debut? It just might be – unrelenting drums and guitar attacks, striking lyricism and the boundless energy ...
A Life Diagrammatic


  1. At Peacehaven
  2. Media Res
  3. Côte D’Adur
  4. A Submersible
  5. A Whole House
  6. Service Stationed
  7. Construction SiteSummer_22
  8. Trauma Mosaic
  9. Riddley Scott Walker
  10. The Common Cold


A Life Diagrammatic

  • *signed* limited *special edition* indies only "metallic sand" lp in gatefold sleeve + exclusive poster w/ customised architect's ruler designed by band

    Released: 22nd Sep 2023

  • *signed* cd

    Released: 22nd Sep 2023

  • limited silver lp

    Released: 22nd Sep 2023


Sometimes you just need a right good mallet wallop to the cranium and who better to deliver that vicious blow than local brutality peddlers, John?.

The double John assault isn’t so much tempered as infused with a newfound mastery of dynamics, atmospherics, and muscular belligerence. The guitars sizzle, shriek and burr whilst tempestuous drums pummel like the gloves of a cranked pugilist. They’ve long been firm shop favourites, but this has cemented their status as shop legends. It’s the sort of album where you’ll be fighting to catch your breath by the end. Stick this on when naught but sheer hench bedlam will suffice.