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30 INDIE / ROCK album of the month Toy - Join the Dots Heavenly Recordings Issue 58 / 2013 Artist of the month The Fall British psychedelic indie band Toy are back with their second album in as many years, Join the Dots. The title single has already been in the public domain since October, and the full album is available as of 9th December, on Heavenly Records. They're a real family of musicians, with three members moving from band Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong. Given the success of Toy's debut track which sold out in one day in 2011, this seems like it was a good move. Listen to more now at https:// LABEL OF THE MONTH Angular Recording Corporation The Fall has released a new EP this month, entitled 'The Remainderer', in true non-grammatical Fall fashion. This spurt of post punk comes seven months after their 30th studio album, Re-Mit, was created, and delivers an equally farcical British layout of material. Six new songs are ready to blow your socks back into the 1980s, so be prepared for the lyrical attack of Mark Edward Smith this winter. Other members have varied hugely over the years, but that voice can always guarantee a heavy hit of nostalgia. Well done for going strong 30 years on, Marky boy. More @ OUR PLAYLIST Here's the Indie on our playlist this month: Set up in 2003 by two ex-Goldsmiths students, ARC has managed to establish some very credible names such as The Long Blondes, Klaxons, and Je Suis Animal. We hope to see much more from this label as the work they've done in the past has been outstanding! The Magnetic Fields Everything is One Big Christmas Tree Sonics Santa Claus Parenthetical Girls Thank God It's Not Christmas Tom Waits Christmas Card from a Hooker in Minneapolis

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