Drowned In Sound are one of a growing number of music reviews/news sites to try their luck releasing records on their own label. One of their acts is Redjetson whose 'New General Catalogue' is heavily weighted towards the modish genre of all things post-rock. The almost inevitable comparisons crop up for their apocalyptic instrumental breaks (see Godspeed!) and the unrelenting melancholia (Mogwai) but at least they have their own voice. That voice in question belongs to Clive Kentish who - despite rarely varying his tone from the anguished and the strained - manfully struggles to make sense of the paranoia which encircles this album; often rendering the dirgiest moments into something palatable and original. In this way, the surging downbeat melodies of 'This City Moans', 'Wednesday's Rivals' and 'Perseverance Works' stand out from the pack. The relentless drama is undeniable but a bit more variation will serve them well next time.