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Album artwork for Agitprop Alterna by Peel Dream Magazine

After 18 months of writing and playing live with a shifting cast of supporting members, Peel Dream Magazine is back with Agitprop Alterna, their new album which pushes the group’s dreamy, motorik-heavy sound to a deeply melodic and beautifully discordant place.

Released on Tough Love Records, their second LP pays homage to the fuzzy, mod-ish twee of acts like My Bloody Valentine and early Stereolab, but it's also indebted to stateside bands like Yo La Tengo and Rocketship that were cut from a similar cloth. It's part Chickfactor, part Space Age Bachelor Pad; a shambolic, drone-heavy brand of minimalism, filtered through a cross-section of classic indie pop.

Agitprop Alterna finds Stevens deepening the connection between the existential and the interpretive first explored on Modern Meta Physic. It is a rejection of manipulation in all its forms and a buzzsaw against complacency; it's a rare trick to agitate without being obvious, and perhaps that makes Agitprop Alterna the most Peel Dream Magazine-like statement yet

Peel Dream Magazine

Agitprop Alterna

Tough Love
Album artwork for Agitprop Alterna by Peel Dream Magazine
LP

£19.99

Repress.

White
Limited to 300 copies
Released 04/09/2020Catalogue Number

TLV127LP

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Agitprop Alterna by Peel Dream Magazine
CD

£12.99

Released 03/04/2020Catalogue Number

TLV127CD

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Peel Dream Magazine

Agitprop Alterna

Tough Love
Album artwork for Agitprop Alterna by Peel Dream Magazine
LP

£19.99

Repress.

White
Limited to 300 copies
Released 04/09/2020Catalogue Number

TLV127LP

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Agitprop Alterna by Peel Dream Magazine
CD

£12.99

Released 03/04/2020Catalogue Number

TLV127CD

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

After 18 months of writing and playing live with a shifting cast of supporting members, Peel Dream Magazine is back with Agitprop Alterna, their new album which pushes the group’s dreamy, motorik-heavy sound to a deeply melodic and beautifully discordant place.

Released on Tough Love Records, their second LP pays homage to the fuzzy, mod-ish twee of acts like My Bloody Valentine and early Stereolab, but it's also indebted to stateside bands like Yo La Tengo and Rocketship that were cut from a similar cloth. It's part Chickfactor, part Space Age Bachelor Pad; a shambolic, drone-heavy brand of minimalism, filtered through a cross-section of classic indie pop.

Agitprop Alterna finds Stevens deepening the connection between the existential and the interpretive first explored on Modern Meta Physic. It is a rejection of manipulation in all its forms and a buzzsaw against complacency; it's a rare trick to agitate without being obvious, and perhaps that makes Agitprop Alterna the most Peel Dream Magazine-like statement yet