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THE AGENT INTELLECT (2023 repress)

LP - £22.99 | Buy
an elegant and often devastating display of all that makes Protomartyr so vital and singularly visceral an outfit.

Ultimate Success Today

love record stores edition - 140g Brick Red lp + download - £22.99
cd - £10.99 | Buy

limited indies only clear blue lp + download + 24" x 24" poster + zine - £19.99

lp + download + 24" x 24" poster + zine - £18.99
ultimate success indeed! Their increasingly melodic post-punk continues to mature on a fifth lp painted with feverish rhythms and walls of mournful guitar that ...

Consolation EP

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The shop favourites are in particularly exhilarating form here, on a not-jolly but cathartically euphoric ep featuring kelley deal (breeders) adding a welcome n...

relatives in descent

lp + zine + poster + download - £23.99 | Buy
cd - £9.99 | Buy
Churning, dissident and prone to cathartic eruptions, these shop heroes truly surpass themselves on this post-punk masterpiece.
Formal Growth In The Desert




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Formal Growth In The Desert

  • limited indies only translucent blue lp + poster + zine

    Released: 2nd Jun 2023

  • black lp + poster + zine

    Released: 2nd Jun 2023

  • cd + poster

    Released: 2nd Jun 2023

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    Released: 2nd Jun 2023

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their sixth lp is an embrace and acknowledgment that life, after death, goes on: a 12-song testament to “getting on with life,” even when it feels impossibly hard.

Since their 2012 debut, Protomartyr have mastered the art of evoking place: the grinding Midwest humility of their hometown, as well as the x-rayed elucidation of America that comes with their vantage. The group’s sixth album was recorded at Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, TX with producer Jake Aron. “The desert is more of a metaphor or symbol,” singer Joe Casey says, “of emotional deserts, or a place or time that seems to lack life.” The “growth” came from a period of colossal transition for Casey, including the death of his mother.