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The Bad Plus – These Are The Vistas

Potent jazz piano trio debut

Northern State – Dying In Stereo

Debut album from NYC rap trio

Battles Without Honour And Humanity

Another belter from the late Kinji Fukasaku's back catalogue. Loosely based on a true story, Fukasaku presents a chaotic swirl of gangland melodrama torn from the prison diary of a Yakuza footsoldier (Bunta Sugawara), seasoning his wild rumination on the loss of the old warrior's code with frequent bursts of histrionic Day-Glo brutality.


Bizarre and beautiful trio of tragic love stories from Hana-Bi director

Prick Up Your Ears

Troubadour trio revive spirit of CSN with immaculate results

Alice Texas – Sad Days

Simmering sophomore outing from New York trio

The Pretty Things

Final trio of nine remastered reissues

New York punk trio surpass media hype with cataclysmic debut

The Apu Trilogy

Satyajit Ray's superb 1955 debut Pather Panchali is released here as a three-disc package, including its sequels, Aparajito and The World Of Apu. Influenced by "new realist" European cinema, it tells the ongoing story of a poor, luckless Brahmin family in Bengal, following the fortunes of their youngest son, Apu. No Bollywood-style histrionics or musical interventions—this is beautifully shot, understated, quietly authentic, emotionally devastating cinema.

Fat Truckers

Sheffield synth-bloke trio's debut album

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