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Name Your Sorrow

dinked edition 278 - very limited candyfloss colour lp in gatefold sleeve with alternate artwork + *signed print* (500 only) - £24.99 | Buy
limited 140g sea blue lp in gatefold sleeve - £23.99 | Buy

cd - £12.99 | Buy
Marking a change in approach for the Dubliners, ‘Name Your Sorrow’ is a record of both experimentation and supercharged grandeur.
just mustard

Heart Under

limited 45rpm 2lp in gatefold + obi + art print + lyric book - £29.99 | Buy
limited transparent blue lp - £22.99 | Buy

lp - £19.99 | Buy

cd - £12.99 | Buy
We heard the rumours - We saw them live - We talked about them - a lot.

Live At The BBC (2024 Reissue)

limited black 3lp (First Time On Vinyl!) - £38.99 | Buy
2cd - £12.99 | Buy
Between 1988 and 1991 – during the band’s 4AD years – Pixies recorded six sessions for the BBC, five for John Peel and one for Mark Goodier.
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wet leg

black lp in spine sleeve w/ gold foil block - £23.99 | Buy
cd - £12.99 | Buy
A debut that came out of nowhere, when nothing good was happening, from a place not really renowned for its musical output.


  1. Angel
  2. Sickly Sweet
  3. Where I Go
  4. Change My Mind
  5. In My Head
  6. Nosebleed
  7. Let Go
  8. Dream Of Me
  9. Nightmares
  10. White Ribbons
  11. MADRA



Fair Youth / Atlantic
  • black lp

    Released: 26th Jan 2024

  • cd

    Released: 26th Jan 2024

  • limited rsd stores exclusive green lp

    Released: 26th Jan 2024


This is the punchy outing that we've been waiting for from these promising Galwegians - 'Madra' will hound you with its unique take on stirring alt-rock, the choruses circling your skull long after the title track has spun out.

their debut lp finds NewDad reconnect with their musical roots, digging deep into the shoegaze/rock sonics that soundtracked their formative years (the band cites Pixies, The Cure and Slowdive as some of their biggest early influences), together with glimmers of indie/pop that harks back to their earlier material. 'MADRA' (meaning “dog” in Irish) is an 11-song, guitar-stacked visceral outing, as singer/guitarist Julie Dawson embarks on a journey of self-exploration, self-sabotage, and reflection. Soaked in dysfunction, 'Madra' searches for solace in pain, tackling themes of bullying (‘Where I Go’), self-medication/depression (‘Madra’, ‘Let Go’), destruction (‘Change My Mind’, ‘White Ribbons’), co-dependency (‘Nosebleed’) and resistance (‘Nightmares’).