Shelflife Records

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The Luxembourg Signal – The Long Now

The Luxembourg Signal release their new and third album The Long Now on October 23rd 2020. It’s being jointly released by Spinout Nuggets (UK/Europe) and Shelflife Records (ROW). The band have released a preview track 2:22 which lasts all of…well you guessed it. It’s a resolute sounding and attention grabbing track although I look forward … Continue reading

The Monday Indiepop Threesome

Even As We Speak – Unknown Unknown, from Australian indie popsters Even As We Speak, is the third single to be taken from the forthcoming album Adelphi which will be released via Shelflife Records on July 24th, 2020. You can pre-order the album from here and/or pick up the single from here. Homepage Facebook Fort … Continue reading

Even As We Speak – Someone

Even As We Speak have released the second single to be taken from the forthcoming album Adelphi that will be jointly released by Discos de Kirlian & Shelflife Records in June. Titled Someone the words & voice interlace with the hook laden keyboards and guitars resulting in a pretty strong sounding indiepop/spacepop hybrid. Shelflife write … Continue reading

Jetstream Pony – It’s Fine

Jetstream Pony have announced they will be releasing their debut self titled album, all things permitting I guess, on May 22nd 2020. It is a joint release between Shelflife Records (US) and Kleine Untergrund Schallplatten (Eur). The first track to be previewed from the album is the fuzzy/noise pop of It’s Fine which encapsulates what … Continue reading

The Proctors – Letters To The Girl

Letters to The Girl is the Proctors first single since 2016’s Cellophane – if you discount January’s digital offering Icelandic that is. And what a belter we have on our hands, well ears! Jangling guitars, catchy boy/girl vocals and a melody to die for. No wonder their label thinks it will become a “future guitar … Continue reading

Life on Venus – Departure

The new EP from Russian Shoegazers Life On Venus is a dark, foreboding affair. However, rather than leave you brooding, it’s a positive listen. Haunting guitars create an envelope around your senses whilst indistinct, vague vocals create a misty vision throughout whilst you take it all in – none more so on Silver Screen. The … Continue reading

Something For The Weekend? Three from Shelflife.

This week’s pack of three focuses on three current & imminent releases from Shelflife Records. Love Dance – All The Time I haven’t heard anything from Love Dance in an age and then I heard this and I thought it was a completely different band. Long gone is the jangling indie pop which is now … Continue reading

The Fireworks – Dream About You

The Fireworks release their new single Dream About You next week. It’s also their first material with new vocalist Beth Arzy (Trembling Blue Stars/Lightning in a Twilight Hour/The Luxembourg Signal). Thankfully the change of singer does not affect the band’s brand of fuzzy, sometimes noisy, indie pop. All three tracks here are corkers but it’s … Continue reading

Catching Up with Long Players!

Young Romance – Another’s Blood After what seemed like aeons Young Romance finally released their debut album at the back end of last month. Because of that the album does have that “best of” feel but given the likes of previous singles Pale and Wild who can really complain? Buy it from here or digitally … Continue reading

The Fireworks – All The Time

All The Time is taken from The Fireworks new EP entitled Black and Blue. It’s a 1980’s inspired fuzzy indiepop track which is catchy, addictive and most importantly, as demonstrated by the video, FUN! The rest of the EP mixes up the indiepop template a fair bit and if you are a fan of C86 … Continue reading

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