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Angeline Morrison

The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs Of Black British Experience

cd - £12.99 | Buy
The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience' is the upcoming album by Cornwall-based folk singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Angeline...
Bon Iver

For Emma, Forever Ago

lp - £21.99
*** RESIDENT ALBUM OF THE YEAR - 2008 *** our bestselling album & unlikely to ever be topped in either sales or sonic impact - it still brings tears to ...
vashti bunyan

Just Another Diamond Day (repress)

limited white lp in gatefold (2023 repress) - £24.99 | Buy
Vashti Bunyan’s legendary debut album from 1970 finally gets a UK vinyl repressing.
Not So Deep As A Well (2023 reissue)
  1. Threnody
  2. Solace
  3. The False Friends
  4. Ballade of a Great Weariness
  5. Bric-á-brac
  6. Recurrence
  7. The Red Dress
  8. The Last Question
  9. Not So Deep as a Well
  10. Song of Perfect Propriety
  11. The Small Hours

Myriam Gendron

Not So Deep As A Well (2023 reissue)

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  • 180g black lp w/ 2 bonus tracks + download

    Released: 17th Nov 2023

  • cd + 2 bonus tracks

    Released: 17th Nov 2023


A beautiful and timely revisitation for this poetic folk album which appeared as if out of nowhere almost 10 years ago.

nearly 10 years since its initial release, Myriam Gendron's cult classic debut finally gets a full European release, expanded with 2 new tracks not on the original version. Equal parts soft and sorrowful, Myriam Gendron’s stunning 'Not So Deep As A Well' LP became something of a sleeper hit upon its initial release back in 2014. Her debut album shone a warm lamp-light glow upon a curious and captivating new voice in the Quebecois folk world. Recorded alone in her apartment, with no knowledge of sound engineering, it could almost be a lost artefact, a dust-lined document of a forgotten time and place. Taking the poems of Dorothy Parker, whose work Gendron stumbled upon by chance in a Montreal bookstore, she imbues the words with a graceful, gentle expression, a lingering sense of sorrow always present. A stark, spellbinding collection, 'Not So Deep As A Well' is raw and unyielding in so many ways we no longer expect to hear. As if sitting in the room with her, Gendron’s voice is cracked and unadorned, quietly forced into a push and pull between the quietude of the songs and the noisy world outside.