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Joan As Police Woman

Cover Two

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our shop fav turns her woozy late-night pop style towards a plethora of brilliantly written gems, resulting in an intoxicating album with a coherent identity of...
Joan As Police Woman

'Joanthology’ / ‘Live At The BBC’

'LIVE AT THE BBC' SKYBLUE lp + download - £23.99 | Buy
this is a stunning collection of super rare material from Joan Wasser, aka, joan as police woman.

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2lp + download - £19.99
easily her most ambitious album yet, it’s a winding path that showcases her smooth & dreamy vocals, soulful guitarplay that will scratch the itch of e...
Laura Marling

semper femina

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lp - £16.99
laura's 6th album is the ouevre we have been waiting for since the 2008 debut that knocked our socks off - she's honed her songwriting, vocal delivery &...

memories are now

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limited indies only gold "loser edition" lp + download - £22.99
this album showcases every edge and curve of her captivating voice, and covers sounds and themes ranging from the mythic to the deeply intimate - it's wonde...
Damned Devotion
  1. Wonderful
  2. Warning Bell
  3. Tell Me
  4. Steed (for Jean Genet)
  5. Damned Devotion
  6. The Silence
  7. Valid Jagger
  8. Rely On
  9. What Was It Like
  10. Talk About It Later
  11. Silly Me
  12. I Don’t Mind

Joan As Police Woman

Damned Devotion

Play It Again Sam
  • cd

    Released: 9th Feb 2018

  • limited first pressing 180g pink lp + download

    Released: 9th Feb 2018


cards on the table - we've never really warmed to Joan Wasser's work, always feeling it lacked that little something extra - but now we're realising how big a mistake this might have been as 'Damned Devotion' is a sensationally dark, shape-shifting collection.

Every song here could serve as a single & each time you return to the album, it embeds itself in your brain just a little deeper until eventually you realise that her 5th solo effort has all the makings of a classic, career-defining album. It's certainly her rawest outing yet, exploring her more stripped back roots but there's a bewitching pop element running throughout that makes this a truly irresistible set. One for fans of Feist, Laura Marling, John Grant or Martha Wainwright. "a refreshed stew of Annette Peacock sorcery & Al Green sensuality....arresting" 4/5 - Mojo, "edgily lascivious" 4/5 - the guardian