Cult band The Cleaners From Venus continue to get the reissue treatment from the good people at Captured Tracks. This third volume of reissues includes the albums Living with Victoria Grey (1987), Number Thirteen (1990) and My Back Wages (2000), as well as a disc of rare and unreleased material called Extra Wages. A third volume of reissues from a band hardly anyone has heard of, you might ask? Ah, but The Cleaners aren’t just any cult band. The band fronted by Martin Newell got hardly a notice outside their native U.K., but upon revisiting, Newell’s brand of classic British pop fueled through creamy lo-fi production and purposefully ramshackle performances sounds positively prescient, predicting the likes of Ariel Pink, Connan Mockasin, Mac DeMarco and a number of other pop oddballs currently making hipsters swoon. Particularly on Living with Victoria Grey, Newell’s material began to tidy up just a tad, though it’s still plenty ragged, compared with the band’s numerous, early cassette-only releases that are now next-to-impossible to find. Those who have feasted on the first two volumes will find plenty more to love here, and newcomers can dive right in (fans of Orange Juice, C86 bands, pretty much any ’80s college rock, take heed). For anyone who loves music that shoots for the moon and often misses in the most interesting ways, The Cleaners From Venus are essential.