- $ 10.00 – $ 20.00
The third and final album from the legendary Melbourne band.
After a split EP with critically acclaimed Americans Ted Leo & The Pharmacists, Melbourne’s Blueline Medic recorded their third full length 42:19. It’s rich, textured and drenched with their signature unabashed melodies coupled with succinctly positioned harmonies. Blueline have nailed an album of their very own classics while managing to extend their musical and production reach far beyond previous outings.
- $ 8.00 – $ 36.00
Arrows critically acclaimed debut full length surprised many and found its way onto numerous “Best of 2008” top ten lists the world over.
- $ 5.00 – $ 8.00
Hatched during the late night drives of their Summer 2007 tour together, this was originally self-released on 12″ vinyl but now long out-of-print. Showcasing a more sombre and slightly darker side to the Arrows of today, while for These Hands Could Separate The Sky it demonstrates some of their earliest material from the groups original line-up.
- $ 7.00 – $ 22.00
Just as raw as it is calculated, The Leap Year debut full length With A Little Push A Pattern Appears is 34 minutes of guitar-driven, minor chord rock with an underlying pop drive just below the surface. Featuring brilliant artwork by Melbourne artist Dylan Martorell.
- $ 8.00 – $ 10.00
In Formal Introduction is the brilliant first full-length, full band recording from Bob Nanna’s (Braid / Hey Mercedes) solo mainstay The City On Film. AUS/NZ edition comes with 3 bonus tracks.
- $ 2.00 – $ 10.00
Limited Blueline Medic 7″ from 2008
Packaged in a matt-finish jacket with a complementary digital download card, The Middle Of The End is the first vinyl mile-marker in Blueline Medic‘s impressive and decade long spanning career. A new track and a cover of a beloved band favorite, the perfect companion piece to the 42:19 album.
- $ 5.00 – $ 6.00
Quirky indie-pop from Adam Lees of Staying At Home / Lungs. This is the first proper record from the Oh Messy Life moniker since persuading him to release the 1+1–1=1 demos. Adam’s distinctly romantic vocal & noodling guitar are still there, but now with a significantly more lush, confident sound.
Bonus unlisted Braid cover.
- $ 5.00
The debut Oh Messy Life release. A 14 track collection of early demos in their original lo-fi state, entirely self-recorded with a cheap plastic microphone in a small bedroom.