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Mndsgn
Surface Outtakes

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LP on Leaving Records. 12” Vinyl LP on Leaving Records. Just before MNDSGN released his Yawn Zen album on Stones Throw Records in 2014 he released a cassette of his unreleased/unfinished ideas, b-sides and outtakes. Covering thuggy tape-warm instrumentals and super-slowed G-funk MPC beats. Comes with digital download card.…view full details.

The Flaming Lips
Zaireeka

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Fans and critics agree that this is one of the most important and invigorating experimental albums in contemporary pop music. Four discs, designed to be played on cue and simultaneously, producing nothing short of a live performance effect. Remastered by the band especially for this release in celebration of this record and Record Store Day 2013 - with unique art and packaging exclusive to this release. Each disc is also pressed on di
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Ambidextrous
Geek Mythology

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9/10 according to our Ian on 7th August 2014

We have two new releases on the Russian electronica label Sealt this week and this one in particular has really tickled my fancy, the minute the needle hits the groove I’m taken straight back to my hedonistic acid fueled youth, throwing shapes in the psychedelic church of the Megadog circa 1993. This veteran of Russian electronic music Nic…view full details.

Cloudface
Untitled

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8/10 according to our Ant on 7th August 2014

Here we have the second wax offering from Opal Tapes sub-label Black Opal. This is the first I've heard of Cloudface so if you want a more informed read about the artist check our customer review as that chap seems to know what he's talking ab…view full details.

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Ashrae Fax
Static Crash

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8/10 according to our Mike on 11th July 2013

This is the first of several reissues on Mexican Summer of the work of Ashrae Fax. No, me neither, but it turns out they were a pumping synthpop band from the early 2000s when synths were pretty out of vogue and have since been celebrated retrospectively. It&rsqu…view full details.

Mount Eerie
Clear Moon

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 29th June 2012

Right, it’s about bloody time we had a decent record to review. Not just an ‘okay’ one but a great one. Can anyone do it? It’s heaping a fair bit of pressure on Phil Elverum but he’s wowed certain members of the Norman Records team in the past with his …view full details.

Datassette
Cagney XOR Lacey EP

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 6th March 2014

This is a thrillingly appealing 12” of cut and slice soulful electro from John Davies (aka Datassette). A quick look at his previous releases and it looks like his previous record in our stockroom was from 2008 but this is as fresh as anything made by someone hurling all their ideas onto a debut release. The opening title track is …view full details.

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Tropical Trash
Fear of Suffering

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9/10 according to our Mike on 15th May 2012

Holy shit, where did these guys appear from? On this 7” Tropical Trash are here to fuck with your mind with some amazing psychotic slow punk jams. On the first side there's a single lengthy track, 'Baltimore', with a lean, crunchy, Shellac…view full details.

Survival Knife
Divine Mob / Snakebit

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8/10 according to our Ian on 25th October 2013

Former Unwound bods Justin Trosper and Brandt Sandeno hit us with this second single. Released on the legendary Kill Rock Stars label this is kind of exactly what you’d expect from members of Unwound: angular post-hardcore with a classic punk edge full of loud crunchy guit…view full details.

Survival Knife
Traces of Me / Name That Tune

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9/10 according to our ReviewBot300 on 19th April 2013

Li’l Biz just thrust this 7” in my face, asking “You wanna review the new single from Survival Knife? It’s ex-Unwound.” Well, I didn’t need asking twice, since those grungey ‘90s post-mo noisemongers were adolescent favourites of mine. It’s ace, too. The press …view full details.

SWANS
The Seer

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9/10 according to our Ant on 24th August 2012

SWANS return after their outstanding reformation album 'My Father Will Guide Me Up A Rope To The Sky'. While many bands have re-grouped to perform classic albums in their entirety simply for cash SWANS stayed true to themselves, reforming not for dollars - t…view full details.

SWANS
To Be Kind

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9/10 according to our Brian on 9th May 2014

I've spent my life a little afraid of Swans. They're pretty violent bastards. I saw one proper going for somebody's arse on a canal barge once. Serves them right for drunkenly hanging it off the edge. Michael Gira, the singer from the rock band Die Schwäne, doesn't so much peck your arse as kick it; metaphorically, cerebrally and …view full details.

Christina Carter
Texas Blues Working

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9/10 according to our Clinton on 14th March 2011

The world can seem a wrist slashingly depressing place at times, natural disasters everywhere you look, poverty, the existence of James Corden, Pains of Pure at Heart singles to contend with. You just want to curl up in a ball and hope everything will go away. Thank goodness then, that albums like this exist in order to soothe the soul and m…view full details.

Eat Lights Become Lights
Into Forever

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8/10 according to our Ian on 1st May 2014

Formed in London by Neil Rudd the Krautrock obsessed Eat Lights Become Lights have already wowed critics and fans alike with the few records they already have under their belt.   ‘Into Forever’ is the fourth album and another journey into more sonic territories, this time the feel of the album is a much more organic and …view full details.

The Dale Cooper Quartet
Quatorze Pieces de Menace

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9/10 according to our Ian on 7th November 2013

Fans of Twin Peaks will know that The Dale Cooper Quartet got their name from the special FBI agent played by Kyle MacLachlan in the now classic TV show. The TP references don’t stop there though, the music on ‘Quatorze Pieces De Menace’ (spoken in my best French accent!) is the kind of…view full details.

Optimo
Dark Was The Night

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10/10 according to our Brian on 24th January 2014

I recently got told to give records only ten out of ten unless they're "perfect, like "future classics". I retorted that to my ears on 2-3 listens they often were. I take things home & rinse them see. I've made a few mistakes. Haven't we all. I even liked the bloody Chew Lips album for three months. T…view full details.

Para One
Girlhood (The Original Soundtrack of Bande De Filles)

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12" + CD on Because. Soundtrack to the film Girlhood or Bande De Filles by Céline Sciamma by the long-time composer for all her movies, Jean Baptiste de Laubier, also known as Para One.  Avoiding sentimentality and exploring themes of love, friendship and the struggles of a Parisian underclass. Nine instrumental tracks and "Slow Down" featuring Frida Sundemo. Vinyl 12” on Because.…view full details.

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Bjork
Debut

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Coloured vinyl reissue LP on One Little Indian. Edition of 5000 copies. It's called Debut because Bjork may be an accomplished, brilliant, wise pop musician, but she is also apparently a liar (in this small, irrelevant case only). This is actually her second solo record, and it's the best place to find the trip-hop, soft dance, good time version of an artist who went on to be a lot more elusive and challengi…view full details.

Bjork
Post

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Coloured vinyl reissue LP on One Little Indian. Edition of 5000 copies. Post-Bjork? Her third solo record followed on from the gleeful and smooth Debut, and offered more of the same with slight experimental tinges that would reveal a more thoughtful and endlessly imaginative artist. With a huge backing band behind her and a knack for the sinister, Post started to hint at a new incarnation.…view full details.

Yuji Ohno
Captain Future

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LP on Victory. Much of the Captain Future score sounds like a quintessential scene in a cop movie where our anti-hero gets fired and walks through the rain, defeated; but with flutes, violins and smooth jazz injected into proceedings. This anime space opera gets its gorgeous and spry soundtrack from composer Yuji Ohno.…view full details.

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Todd Terje
Delorean Dynamite

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12" on Olsen. Delorean Dynamite is the coolest track on the Todd Terje album It’s Album Time. Effortlessly hip, somewhere between Cliff Martinez’s Drive soundtrack and the most awesome piece of 80s synth pop you’ve ever heard. On vinyl from Olsen Records and a must have for anyone from hipsters to dance music junkies.…view full details.

Todd Terje
Alfonso Muskedunder Remixed

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12" on Olsen inc. Deetron and Bullion remixes. Alfonso Muskedunder, according to Todd Terje, was a nickname for his son, Alf. Very quickly, however, the name took on a life of it’s own. This 12” contains four remixes of the track from last year's massively successful It’s Album Time LP. The track has been remixed by Bullion, Deetron, Mungolian Jetset…view full details.

Todd Terje
Preben Remixed

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10" on Olsen Records inc. I:Cube and Prins Thomas remixes. A couple of belters for you here, curtsy of Todd Terje. Preben Remixed are two reworks from producers I:Cube and Prins Thomas. The first mix is a low intensity builder, a la 80s thriller sound track, packed with disco drums, epic synths and latin-tinged percussion. The Prins cut is a deeper groove and has an italo arpeggiator, a laser melod…view full details.

Wand
Golem

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8/10 according to our Robin on 1st April 2015

Friendly ghosts Wand released their last effort on Ty Segall’s God? and did what they were supposed to: swirling around the place in a hi-def psych tornado, they proved themselves to be a worthy band leaning on the heavier side of the garage rock spectrum. On their comeback ‘Golem’ they keep that…view full details.

Sharron Kraus
Friends and Enemies; Lovers and Strangers

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7/10 according to our Robin on 19th May 2015

Unless you live in Bon Iver’s house, listen to this outside. Sharron Kraus’ folkloric stylings and lush traditionalist arrangements are to be synched up with whatever nature you can get your hands on. I am currently a treacherous miscreant in so far as I am listening to her windswept folk music from the conf…view full details.

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Beach Slang
Broken Thrills

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Coloured vinyl LP on Big Scary Monsters. Edition of 500 copies. Beach Slang have never released anything in Europe until now. Broken Thrills brings together their first two EPs, which were released stateside last year, as one album. This will appeal to fans of The Gaslight Anthem as Beach Slang bring a similar level of streetwise rock to the party. Broken Thrills is pres…view full details.

Ela Orleans
Mars Is Heaven

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9/10 according to our Mike on 30th November 2011

Office favourite Ela Orleans is back with a whole 'nother album for us after her gorgeous debut and that bewitching split LP with Dirty Beaches, this time with a concept record based around Ray Bradbury's story 'Mars Is Heaven', in which aliens lure humans into believing Mars is literally heav…view full details.

Alex G
DSU

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9/10 according to our Brian on 7th November 2014

At least three of us here absolutely love this record to bits, It's become much like an old friend in the last couple of months since Lucky Number sent us the promo. It's a hard one to wax lyrical about mainly due to the fact it feels so familiar yet oddly fresh to our older ears. To us folk who grew up with the eccentric off-kilter lo-fi s…view full details.

Kaleidoscope
Unreleased Mixes

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Limited blue coloured vinyl 7" on Chelsea Records. Hand-numbered edition of 499 copies. Now why would some Unreleased Mixes from a band who’ve not made music in 45 years be granted a 7” release? Because the band in question is Kaleidoscope, a cornerstone of early English psychedelia. These mixes were originally used by the band to hone the final results, so they make for an interesting insight. 499 copies …view full details.

Boards Of Canada
Twoism

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9/10 according to our Phil on 8th January 2007

Warp kindly re release Boards Of Canada's Twoism which is most good of 'em as there were only 100 copies of the original pressing and it was going for hundreds of quids on Ebay. Recorded in 1995 this was their 1st proper release and was recorded before the Hi Scores EP. You can hear bits of Musi…view full details.

Bjork
Medulla

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9/10 according to our Brian on 30th November 2006

Righto then. When you're down & jaded that there's nothing truly new, fresh & exiting in the broad spectrum that is the world of popular music, that It's all been said & done a million times over, then who do you count on to return with something astounding? Yes. Bjork. The Icelandic wonder pixie is back with a brand new albu…view full details.

Holly Herndon
Platform

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9/10 according to our Jim on 13th May 2015

Holly Herndon has generated a considerable buzz since she released ‘Movement’ on RVNG intl. in 2012. Her music seems to straddle progressive electronica, contemporary pop and avant garde composition; all bundled together with a hefty conceptual dose of technological evangelism. Describing ‘Platform’ is her ‘paradisi…view full details.

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Shamir
Ratchet

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LP on XL. When I first saw Shamir I judged him to be some kind of Stromae-hyper-pop type of character but he’s more a MIKA meets FKA Twigs by way of Ariel Pink. The most striking thing however is the catchy pop tunes on Ratchet, great infectious beats which go from smoove R&B to fun candy-pop with Shamir’s androgynous and mellow voice bringing …view full details.

Alva Noto
Xerrox Vol. 3

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9/10 according to our Jim on 12th April 2015

Raster-Noton honcho Carsten Nicolai’s towering reputation in the world of ultra-minimal electronica rests mostly on the austere yet intensely rhythmical material he’s put out as Alva Noto over the last fifteen years or so. His Xerrox series, of which this is the third volume, jettisons his tradem…view full details.

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Rrose plays James Tenney
Having Never Written a Note for Percussion

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9/10 according to our Ant on 30th April 2015

Shit. I’d better knock this review out quickly because I’m in severe danger of nodding off. Rrose got me feeling like I’ve eaten fifty Valium such is the pure tranquility of this record. If it’s not obvious then this isn’t the (superb) techno Rrose has been previously dishing out on …view full details.

The Liminanas
The Liminanas

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Reissue LP + CD on Because Music. The Limiñanas are the brainchild of Lio and Marie Limiñana. Beginning as a home studio project the duo spentmuch time flipping through John Barry and Ennio Morricone LP's and bookson Victorian era architecture, watching Noir films, and basking in the sun of Southern France seeking inspiration. Their first single came by way of Chicago's venerable Hozac Records in March 2010, followed up by a sing…view full details.

Deafheaven
Sunbather

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"Much like Fuck Buttons, Deafheaven want to take you places when they fuse abrasive noise texture to the immediate pleasure of rhythm.... The guitars glow bright and brilliant red without charring into indistinct blackness, while brief passages of post-rock ambience add a glacial cool. The whole constitutes something vast and interplanetary" Pitchfork ("Dreamhouse" - track of the day) FOR FANS OF: Mogwai, Godspeed

Speedy Ortiz
Foil Deer

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8/10 according to our Robin on 15th April 2015

Literary punx Speedy Ortiz filtered their troubles through just enough noise on ‘Major Arcana’, with Sadie Dupuis’ retorting to her own downtrodden tales with spitting vocals, jamming feedback and nihilistic guitar licks a la Unwound. People likened it to Pavement, bu…view full details.

Pinch & Mumdance
Big Slug Ft. Riko Dan / Lucid Dreaming

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12" on Tectonic. Are you big on slugs? They’re dirty, they’re filthy, they’re grimey. And in all those senses, Big Slug is aptly named. Pinch & Mumdance collaborate with Riko Dan, crazy MC who spits nauseating lines over a minimalist glitchy beat. On the b-side Lucid Dreaming, expect unadulterated paranoid rave.…view full details.

Oren Ambarchi
Sleepwalker's Conviction

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8/10 according to our Laurie on 8th May 2015

Oren Ambarchi’s made some more stuff. After his triumphantly overpowering Live Knots, also known as Chairs, he returns with this new work People for Orchestra and Percussion ensembles. Ok it’s actually called …view full details.

Dalek
Absence

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9/10 according to our Brian on 29th November 2006

Keep 'em coming.....Think Public Enemy attacking an army of zombies armed with a gi-normous ghetto blaster spewing out huge chunks of amped up My Bloody Valentine-esque distortion then you may have been exposed to the new Dalek album, 'Absence' on Ipecap. Fuck me, this is dark, caustic stuff. Sinister, slo mo chainsa…view full details.

Dariush Dolat-Shahi
Electronic Music, Tar and Sehtar

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9/10 according to our Ant on 9th November 2012

A Smithsonian Folkways classic has been unearthed to introduce to a new generation. Just when you think every stone has been unturned and every archive obscurity has been re-introduced, this turns up and is made accessible at an affordable price tag. A record held in high regard by collectors and one that's I'd never even heard of unt…view full details.

Manyfingers
The Spectacular Nowhere

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9/10 according to our Clinton on 6th May 2015

Manyfingers is the nom de plume of Chris Cole who has a history of playing in some of the finest bands Bristol has produced. Search the internet carefully and you’ll see him eating an ice cream with Movietone whilst he has also played in the live band of Matt Elliott’…view full details.

Mark Fell + Gabor Lazar
The Neurobiology of Moral Decision Making

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10/10 according to our Jim on 3rd May 2015

If you already know Gábor Lázár’s music then you’re probably already a Mark Fell fan and so you won’t be surprised that this collaboration between them has yielded what has to be some of the most rhythmically radical and seizure-inducing futurist electronica being made on planet Earth right now. Using a min…view full details.

Tom Diabo
Dark Star

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7/10 according to our Clinton on 14th November 2013

If you haven’t had a laugh in a while look at twitter.com/boomtwat (although its sometimes a little too close to the truth for us to be fully confident doing a  point and chuckle). The entry “Wire writers reveal how that one obscure & pretty mediocre LP by a recently deceased artist …view full details.

Peace
Happy People

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Yellow coloured vinyl LP on Columbia. Second album from Midlands-based Peace after 2013’s In Love. Written on and influenced heavily by their extensive touring, it’s an indie rock smasher for fans of Foals, Vampire Weekend and the Maccabees. Available on double yellow/blue vinyl, single yellow vinyl or CD with additional digi-pack. So many options! On Columbia Records.…view full details.

Swim Deep
To my Brother

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Limited 7" on Chess Club. Edition of 500 copies. Sounding a little bit acid house along with a touch of gospel is the new single from Swim Deep. This limited edition 7” vinyl is on the Chess Club label via RCA Victor.Self described as psychedelic sex music. it’s perfect for evenings in in the bedroom with the woman/man/other of your choice.…view full details.

Back in: Tuesday 19th May 2015

Warm Digits
Interchange

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9/10 according to our ReviewBot300 on 24th July 2013

Ooh, the brilliant Warm Digits are back with some super-fancy LP packaging. This one comes with two different silkscreened sleeve variants, with each sleeve containing frameable prints of the other cover’s designs, so either way you get all the screenprints. Both CD and vinyl versions also come with a DVD …view full details.

Tools You Can Trust
Working and Shopping

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8/10 according to our Clinton on 1st May 2015

Hidden somewhere in mid ‘80s Manchester were Tools You Can Trust - a post-punk, post industrial band who barely used guitars but instead spent their time making fascinating politicised pop out of hitting sheets of metal. It’s the most unusual sound and listening to it with the benefit of history it stands out for sounding like absolu…view full details.

Akira Ifukube
Godzilla - The Japanese Original 60th Anniversary edition

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9/10 according to our Mike on 17th July 2014

Death Waltz continue to find soundtracks worthy of reissue in their rampage through the horror vaults, and this one here has to be among their most iconic yet. 'Godzilla' has spawned countless sequels, reboots, imitations and even an American animated series for children, but here we go right back to the radioactive source in '50s Japan.…view full details.


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