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Courtney Barnett

The Double EP: A Sea Of Split Peas (2024 Repress)

limited sea blue 2lp - £29.99 | Buy
'A Sea of Split Peas' compiles two of her previous EPs: 'I've Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris' and 'How to Carve a Carrot into a Rose&#...
Courtney Barnett


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There’s a closeness to Courtney Barnett here that she’s not shown before; for the first time, Barnett’s moved from telling you stories to invi...
Courtney Barnett


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AQUA BLUE lp - £19.99 | Buy
Stripped back, raw and subtly complimented with cello – this is an unplugged recording for the ages that firmly stands as up to scrutiny, showcasing barne...
Courtney Barnett

Tell Me How You Really Feel

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no one has made us happier in the last few years than Courtney – it's another hit from an artist you want to tell everyone about and yet keep like a s...
Courtney Barnett

sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit

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we didn't think it was possible to fall for this super-talented aussie any harder than we did when we first heard her back in 2013 but flippin' heck - s...
End of the Day (music from 'Anonymous Club')
  1. Start Somewhere
  2. Life Balance
  3. First Slow
  4. A to B
  5. (Electricity)
  6. Two Circles Reflecting
  7. End Of The Day
  8. Floating Down
  9. Spring Ascends
  10. Intro
  11. B to C
  12. Like Water
  13. Gold Room
  14. Sun Through
  15. River
  16. Get On With It
  17. Eternity Repeat

Courtney Barnett

End of the Day (music from 'Anonymous Club')

  • limited milky clear lp

    Released: 8th Sep 2023


'Anonymous Club' is Danny Cohen's candid documentary about the personal travails and hard-fought triumphs of Courtney Barnett, as she rose through the ranks of indie rock during the last decade.

In May 2021, months before the film's release, Courtney Barnett and collaborator Stella Mozgawa rendezvoused with Cohen in Melbourne to shape a score that fit that premise--nothing too obvious or instructive, to tell the audience how they should feel. Barnett found she liked listening to what the duo had made, existing within its reflective gaze. She began sorting through those little instrumentals like amoebic puzzle pieces, figuring out how they fit into a full picture. The result is a seamless series of 17 instrumental improvisations called End of the Day: Music from the Film 'Anonymous Club', soundtrack reimagined as impressionistic sound-art collage. Like Barnett's rock songs, they wordlessly ask hard questions of our softest parts, wondering what it is we really find there.