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Our Love (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: SLANG 50070LP. Rel: 01 Oct 14
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Can't Do Without You
  2. Silver
  3. All I Ever Need
  4. Our Love
  5. Dive
  6. Second Chance
  7. Julia Brightly
  8. Mars
  9. Back Home
  10. Your Love Will Set You Free
Review: Some four years after Swims brought the work of Dan Snaith to the attention of a whole new audience, the London-based Canadian artist returns with a sixth Caribou album entitled Our Love. Staunch followers of Caribou will know that Snaith tends to adopt different sonic approaches with every long player (compare the psychedelia of Up In Flames with the more spaced out Andorra) but this latest album feels like a natural development of the club influenced sounds of Swims. City Slang call it Snaith's most soulful set yet, and that's certainly helped by the presence of compatriot Jessy Lanza, and like all Caribou albums there is something new that appeals with every listen.
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Good Luck & Do Your Best (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SLANG 50099LP. Rel: 23 May 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Metal Bird (3:39)
  2. In My Car (4:29)
  3. Chiba Nights (4:02)
  4. Pink & Green (4:12)
  5. Song For A Dead Friend (4:22)
  6. I Am Real Punk (4:24)
  7. Autumn Fall (3:40)
  8. Halyards (4:09)
  9. Time Eater (4:53)
  10. Unthank (2:45)
  11. Your Good Times Are Just Beginning (3:40)
Review: Aside from a recent outing under the DJ Jenifa name on Mule Musiq, it's been a while since we last heard any new music from the Essex man known as Gold Panda. Three years on from his last LP, the Ghostly Intl-released Half Of Where You Live, Gold Panda resurfaces on a new label in City Slang with his third album, Good Luck And Do Your Best. This eleven-track adventure is directly inspired by several trips through Japan (indeed GP was originally there with the intention of making a documentary) and have been slimmed down from over 18 months of recordings. Some limber-fingered usage of sample flipping is present from the off as Gold Panda presents a delightfully off-kilter brand of slumped instrumental beatscapes that run the range of tempos and moods.
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Hata Payi (LP)
Cat: SLANG 50194LP. Rel: 05 Apr 19
Indie
  1. Sana Gore Bir Sey Yok (4:27)
  2. Suphe (3:50)
  3. Yangin (3:28)
  4. Gordugum Ruya (3:07)
  5. Kalbim Kopru Gibi (3:19)
  6. Hala Berbat (3:29)
  7. Kendine Ragmen (2:59)
  8. Istemezdim (2:46)
  9. Toz (3:58)
  10. Bir Sey Olur (3:41)
  11. Ne Teselli Ne Avuntu (4:47)
Review: Turkish synth pop pride Jakuzi land a major record deal with the always trustworthy City Slang. Debuting in 2017 with the indie pop Fantezi Muzik LP, the trio, straight out of Istanbul's yet to be mined alternative pop scene, sees the group this time around deliver something that's slightly darker than before. Darker in the sense, that is, that their music now sounds more like Depeche Mode and The Sisters of Mercy, or even These New Puritans, than the sun-catching sounds of their previous release. Gothic tendencies to their instrumentalisation remain throughout the LP, and dark disco plays a part too alongside strands of post-punk guitars that all coalesse into a LP that will no doubt appeal to the shadier realms of pop and synth music lovers.
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Kiss Me All Night EP (12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: SLANG 50109EP. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Yes (4:25)
  2. Baby Fat (4:34)
  3. Some People Are Crazy (5:10)
  4. Kiss Me All Night (3:59)
Review: Canada's Junior Boys have been running the synth-pop game since the late 90s and, in our eyes, they're as fundamental to the scene as other outfits like Hot Chip or Simian Mobile Disco. They are now made up of Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus, and this time they return with a follow-up EP to their recent album for Christof Ellinghaus' City Slang. "Yes" is a delightful pseudo-house number with the boys' vocals riding the crest of the wave, and "Baby Fat" feels like a natural progression thanks to its soft house beats and watery lyrics. The B-side features "Some People Are Crazy", a sublime electronica piece with a sunken, moody tone that encapsulates them perfectly as a group, while "Kiss Me All Night" flaps its stuttering beats and sonic waves to a rigged husk of vocals. Bang.
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Cat: SLANG 50190LP. Rel: 08 Feb 19
Indie
  1. Opening Night (1:42)
  2. As The World Turns (3:11)
  3. Fare Thee Well (4:05)
  4. Here My Love (2:54)
  5. Poly Blue (2:45)
  6. This Time Around (3:38)
  7. Crossing (2:48)
  8. Silent Song (3:13)
  9. Aeroplane (3:40)
Review: Jessica Pratt's third solo album is a blessing from the start, with opener, "Opening Night", setting the album's tone as a sojourn through a fresh but solemn memory, like strolling through a mist swept pasture. With Pratt's unique vocal ranging tied up in a mix of space, crackle and forgotten reverie, her vocals at times sounding as if they're lost somewhere in a wireless ether. With softly played chords and delicate strumming sitting in tune with dreamy interludes and folky motifs, City Slang have arguably dropped their best record for 2019 first.
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Quiet Signs (limited clear vinyl LP)
Cat: SLANG 50190LT. Rel: 08 Feb 19
Indie
  1. Opening Night (1:41)
  2. As The World Turns (3:06)
  3. Fare Thee Well (4:05)
  4. Here My Love (2:53)
  5. Poly Blue (2:44)
  6. This Time Around (3:32)
  7. Crossing (2:47)
  8. Silent Song (3:15)
  9. Aeroplane (3:34)
Review: Jessica Pratt's third solo album is a blessing from the start, with opener, "Opening Night", setting the album's tone as a sojourn through a fresh but solemn memory, like strolling through a mist swept pasture. With Pratt's unique vocal ranging tied up in a mix of space, crackle and forgotten reverie, her vocals at times sounding as if they're lost somewhere in a wireless ether. With softly played chords and delicate strumming sitting in tune with dreamy interludes and folky motifs, City Slang have arguably dropped their best record for 2019 first.
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Depayse (orange vinyl LP)
Cat: SLANG 50212LT. Rel: 31 May 19
Indie
  1. Everybody (4:24)
  2. Everyone (3:20)
  3. On Being (5:52)
  4. Depayse (5:11)
  5. Ya Sudan (3:18)
  6. Stranger (3:16)
  7. Be Here Now (5:23)
  8. The Searching (5:51)
  9. Mango (4:07)
Review: London's krautrock, prog, electronica, free jazz and funk rock fusion specialist returns with his fourth full length for the mighty City Slang! "Depayse" remains fully laced with Ahmed Abdullahi Gallab's subtle Sudanese flair, singing praises and the word of love in "Everyone". The title track sees ambient jazz percussion give a giant runway for a massive guitar solo to take flight while album closer "Mango" delivers something of a West London-Caribbean vibe. In between is an album full of dips and climbs through the hill tops of a sunny afternoon somewhere in the feel-good malaise of Sinkane's multi-instrumental talents.
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Depayse (LP)
Cat: SLANG 50212LP. Rel: 31 May 19
Indie
  1. Everybody (4:24)
  2. Everyone (3:20)
  3. On Being (5:52)
  4. Depayse Side (5:11)
  5. Ya Sudan (3:18)
  6. Stranger (3:16)
  7. Be Here Now (5:23)
  8. The Searching (5:51)
  9. Mango (4:07)
Review: London's krautrock, prog, electronica, free jazz and funk rock fusion specialist returns with his fourth full length for the mighty City Slang! "Depayse" remains fully laced with Ahmed Abdullahi Gallab's subtle Sudanese flair, singing praises and the word of love in "Everyone". The title track sees ambient jazz percussion give a giant runway for a massive guitar solo to take flight while album closer "Mango" delivers something of a West London-Caribbean vibe. In between is an album full of dips and climbs through the hill tops of a sunny afternoon somewhere in the feel-good malaise of Sinkane's multi-instrumental talents.
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Life & Livin' It (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SLANG 501115LP. Rel: 10 Feb 17
International
  1. Deadweight (4:40)
  2. U'huh (4:07)
  3. Favorite Song (4:53)
  4. Fire (4:45)
  5. Telephone (3:05)
  6. Passenger (3:19)
  7. Theme From Life & Livin' It (4:55)
  8. Won't Follow (4:03)
  9. The Way (4:17)
Review: The most recent entry in the storied CV of London-born Sudanese musician Ahmed Gallab has been a stint heading up the Atomic Bomb! band, whose role is to reinterpret the work of celebrated Afro-funk pioneer William Onyeabor. It's been a tenure that's had a marked impression on his new sixth record as Sinkane, on which cheerful disposition and rhythmic drive combine to offer a collection of uplifting songs that hark back to the funk and soul of the '70s and '80s with rare zeal and freshness. Replete with fizzing synths, brass and his rich falsetto, 'Life & Livin' It' is the moment that this longstanding sideman finds himself ready for his close-up.
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Life & Livin' It (yellow vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SLANG 501115LT. Rel: 10 Feb 17
Indie
  1. Deadweight (4:40)
  2. U'Huh (4:07)
  3. Favorite Song (4:53)
  4. Fire (4:45)
  5. Telephone (3:05)
  6. Passenger (3:19)
  7. Theme From Life & Livin' It (4:55)
  8. Won't Follow (4:03)
  9. The Way (4:17)
Review: The most recent entry in the storied CV of London-born Sudanese musician Ahmed Gallab has been a stint heading up the Atomic Bomb! band, whose role is to reinterpret the work of celebrated Afro-funk pioneer William Onyeabor. It's been a tenure that's had a marked impression on his new sixth record as Sinkane, on which cheerful disposition and rhythmic drive combine to offer a collection of uplifting songs that hark back to the funk and soul of the '70s and '80s with rare zeal and freshness. Replete with fizzing synths, brass and his rich falsetto, 'Life & Livin' It' is the moment that this longstanding sideman finds himself ready for his close-up.
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Performance (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SLANG 50154LP. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Indie
  1. Magazin (3:39)
  2. Performance (2:25)
  3. It Might Get Dark (3:36)
  4. Sky Beaming (3:17)
  5. Double Death (3:25)
  6. Fine Slime (4:45)
  7. Moves On (3:53)
  8. Backseat Driver (3:16)
  9. Good News (4:15)
Review: It's safe to say when City Slang releases a record everyone listens, with White Denim now the newest Texan contingent filling the ranks of the German label. Following a longplayer this year from Calexico outta Tucson, White Denim bring the sound of Austin to the label by delivering their ninth long player in ten years. Like the artwork of performance, the music is a colourful montage that brings together saxxy jazz, mellow tropicana and distorted garage to psych rock and pop, with melancholic vocals only adding to its unique cross section of colours. A highlight for us is the '70s Biker rock of "It Might Get Dark" and finger snappin', vibrato heavy "Moves On".
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Performance (limited clear vinyl LP)
Cat: SLANG 50154LT. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Indie
  1. Magazin (3:39)
  2. Performance (2:25)
  3. Fine Slime (3:37)
  4. Double Death (3:18)
  5. Moves On (3:26)
  6. It Might Get Dark (4:46)
  7. Sky Beaming (3:53)
  8. Backseat Driver (3:15)
  9. Good News (4:15)
Review: It's safe to say when City Slang releases a record everyone listens, with White Denim now the newest Texan contingent filling the ranks of the German label. Following a longplayer this year from Calexico outta Tucson, White Denim bring the sound of Austin to the label by delivering their ninth long player in ten years. Like the artwork of performance, the music is a colourful montage that brings together saxxy jazz, mellow tropicana and distorted garage to psych rock and pop, with melancholic vocals only adding to its unique cross section of colours. A highlight for us is the '70s Biker rock of "It Might Get Dark" and finger snappin', vibrato heavy "Moves On".
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 in stock $18.60
Side Effects (limited clear vinyl LP)
Cat: SLANG 50208LT. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Indie
  1. Small Talk (Feeling Control) (2:33)
  2. Hallelujah Strike Gold (3:17)
  3. Shanalala (2:46)
  4. NY Money (6:49)
  5. Out Of Doors (1:03)
  6. Reversed Mirror (3:36)
  7. So Emotional (3:00)
  8. Head Spinning (2:19)
  9. Introduce Me (3:31)
Review: Texas band White Denim have been kicking around for the past decade with a constant stream of albums released through labels like Full Time Hobby, Downtown, and for a second time, City Slang. "Side Effects" follows up from 2018's "Performance" and the band deliver once more a hotted up selection of rock 'n' roll licks that touch on a grungey sound not too distant from the New York Dolls. Furthermore, White Denim maintain their finger picking, folk and bluesy take on psychedelica, and acid washed or not, the band remain no frills in their musical technique with a subtle but quality touch of glam too. School's out for summer!
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Cat: SLANG 50208LP. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Indie
  1. Small Talk (Feeling Control) (2:33)
  2. Hallelujah Strike Gold (3:17)
  3. Shanalala (2:46)
  4. NY Money (6:49)
  5. Out Of Doors (1:03)
  6. Reversed Mirror (3:36)
  7. So Emotional (3:00)
  8. Head Spinning (2:19)
  9. Introduce Me (3:31)
Review: Texas band White Denim have been kicking around for the past decade with a constant stream of albums released through labels like Full Time Hobby, Downtown, and for a second time, City Slang. "Side Effects" follows up from 2018's "Performance" and the band deliver once more a hotted up selection of rock 'n' roll licks that touch on a grungey sound not too distant from the New York Dolls. Furthermore, White Denim maintain their finger picking, folk and bluesy take on psychedelica, and acid washed or not, the band remain no frills in their musical technique with a subtle but quality touch of glam too. School's out for summer!
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 in stock $18.36
Performance (cassette)
Cat: SLANG 50154T. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Indie
  1. Magazin (3:41)
  2. Performance (2:25)
  3. It Might Get Dark (3:39)
  4. Sky Beaming (3:18)
  5. Double Death (3:35)
  6. Fine Slime (4:49)
  7. Moves On (3:56)
  8. Backseat Driver (3:19)
  9. Good News (4:18)
Review: It's safe to say when City Slang releases a record everyone listens, with White Denim now the newest Texan contingent filling the ranks of the German label. Following a longplayer this year from Calexico outta Tucson, White Denim bring the sound of Austin to the label by delivering their ninth long player in ten years. Like the artwork of performance, the music is a colourful montage that brings together saxxy jazz, mellow tropicana and distorted garage to psych rock and pop, with melancholic vocals only adding to its unique cross section of colours. A highlight for us is the '70s Biker rock of "It Might Get Dark" and finger snappin', vibrato heavy "Moves On".
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 in stock $6.98
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