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Coil
London Conway Hall, October 12th, 2002

4 people love me. Be the 5th...

After not playing live for 15 years Coil returned to the stage in 1999, and as is their way, provided something we had never heard before. Here we have a recording from their performance at London Convay Hall in 2002 where they perform a version of The Universe Is A Haunted House, which was released on Live Four, but expand it into a full album length performance.…view full details.

Autechre
Amber

6 people love me. Be the 7th...

Warp's Autechre re-issue series continues with this their first proper full length album (the earlier Incunabula was in fact a compilation of demos). This one contains some of their most ambient moments as well as forging forward the cut and paste beats and deep acid and techno hinted at on Incunabula. Essential re-press. …view full details.

Autechre
Tri Repetae

13 people love me. Be the 14th...

Tri Repetae is the third album by legendary British electronic duo Autechre.  The album is considered one of the best and most influential electronic albums of the '90s and first showcases the way in which the duo combined totally different elements of dance music such as jungle and industrial and blended them into a unique whole.…view full details.

Manuel Göttsching
E2-E4

18 people love me. Be the 19th...

9/10 according to our Ant

At last the official 180g vinyl reissue of this eternal classic has landed in celebration of its 35th anniversary. I was 3 years old when this was released and had never even heard it until like eight years ago or something. Imagine my surprise while cruising along with my man Brett in his vehicle, we got into a conversation about …view full details.

Autechre
Incunabula

8 people love me. Be the 9th...

Wooo! Reissue of Autechre’s first full length album on Warp. Backed with a digital download code and a bonus live set. Probably one of the most “straight up” forms of these guys, but it’s still so very mad, pushes techno right out the window. Can’t imagine these will gather much dust. If you lot don’t get it, I will. …view full details.

Bon Iver
22, A Million

15 people love me. Be the 16th...

8/10 according to our Clinton

Here are the three things Justin Vernon recently discovered: witch house, Ian William Craig, and counting. Since releasing a masterful folk rock record that flowed through state borders and into the landscape, seamlessly bridging each ripple, he’s been largely silent on himself, doing for and unto others. He’s been in Kanye’s tun…view full details.

Low
The Exit Papers

4 people love me. Be the 5th...

8/10 according to our Clinton

You'd think that Low would be the perfect band to write film soundtracks so it's quite remarkable to find out that that they haven't done any to date. They did try between 'Secret Name' and 'Things We Lost in the Fire' with this 'The Exit Papers' series of pieces which were originally meant for soundtrack consideration and were subsequently released on the Travel in Constants series on Tem…view full details.

Throbbing Gristle
The Factory Manchester, May 18th, 1979

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Pretty self-explanatory stuff from the folks at East / West, who issue another rare and random live offering, this time from Throbbing Gristle. The industrial pop electronic rock avant-garde noise crew used their evening at the Factory wisely, performing nine tunes between Third and Final Report and 20 Jazz Funk Greats. Won't be round for long, will it?…view full details.

Jenny Hval
Blood Bitch

10 people love me. Be the 11th...

8/10 according to our Robin

Some use prolificacy for evil. You know what I’m talking about. Buckethead will make thirty records in October in the build-up to Halloween; Robert Pollard can make ten awful songs in ten awful minutes; Mark Kozelek exists. Thank God Jenny Hval does too. Her steady artistic approach ha…view full details.

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things: Season 1 - Volume 1

4 people love me. Be the 5th...

I don't really have to sell this to you do I? First up it's the soundtrack for Netflix new telly programme that Phil tells me is good. Secondly it has a synth vibe reminiscent of all those synth guys you know and love. You can bet your house that the first name I'm going to throw at you is John Carpenter closely followed by Tangerine Dream, Cliff Martinez and a bit of Aphex Twin thrown in for good measure. Created by two…view full details.

Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions
Let Me Get There

10 people love me. Be the 11th...

7/10 according to our Clinton

Is Hope Sandoval the worlds most sultry person. She's dangerously sultry, in fact -- more sultry even than the Cadbury's Caramel Rabbit. Here she does a duet called 'Let Me Get There' with Kurt Vile who isn't very sultry at all. In fact I've never noticed it before that Kurt can't sing. I don't think he actually knows what he is doing here but h…view full details.

Massive Attack
The Spoils

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Two massive tracks from Massive Attack. The Spoils is a soft and string filled ballad that gets under the skin, featuring the haunting vocals of Hope Sandoval. And on the flip side Ghost Poet channels Spaceape over a lunging bass driven half time track with a pluck string melody. Presented on coloured vinyl and in stunningly printed sleeves.…view full details.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Third World Pyramid

2 people love me. Be the 3rd...

Their previous album 'Revelation' was to my mind one of the finest of their career so we are all hoping that the Brian Jonestown Massacre's late renaissance continues with this their 15th studio album. Anton hasn't exactly been sat around in the meantime, there's been tours, albums with Tess Parks, the 'Mini Album Thingy Wingy' and lots more besides. When the dust settles Brian Jonestown should be rights be voted one of the best bands of this generat…view full details.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Skeleton Tree

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8/10 according to our Robin

When I was young I would buy old Nick Cave albums on CD, put them on my primitive musical shelf and then never listen to them. I did this with a Converge CD too, once, as if staving off the scary music was a greater achievement than actually confronting it. I assumed Cave’s music was too dour and that maybe one day a future Robin would open and enjoy it -- b…view full details.

Sleaford Mods
T.C.R

9 people love me. Be the 10th...

This is the first new material from Sleaford Mods now that they've handed the keys over to the man at Rough Trade. Not that their sound has changed at all. 'TCR' sees them just as angry and sweary as before with five new tracks recorded earlier this year. The title track details the travails of a man who escapes to the pub only to realise that it's just as futile as the rest of his life. Same old then but we wouldn't want it any other way. …view full details.

Neurosis
Fires Within Fires

4 people love me. Be the 5th...

New Neurosis?! It's no wonder the press release is in all caps. The sludge titans have been going thirty years, if you can believe it, and they commemorate being older than me by releasing a brand new album called Fires Within Fires. That kinda grittily gorgeous album art sums up the band, really -- their post-metal hints create a gorgeous landscape on which they repulse with the usual metal, and this one, produced by Steve Albini, will have double the rot.…view full details.

Angelo Badalamenti
Twin Peaks

23 people love me. Be the 24th...

8/10 according to our Ant

Twin Peaks is an all-time television masterpiece. The best reason to own a TV during the early 90s, it was a game-changer that brought weekly instalments of cinema-level quality entertainment into homes long before The Wire and Breaking Bad. The world hadn't seen anything like it before or and hasn't really seen anything like it since. Creators Mark Frost and visionary director/genius…view full details.

Pixies
Head Carrier

6 people love me. Be the 7th...

6/10 according to our Clinton

It probably would have been better had these last two ‘Pixies’ albums come out under a completely different moniker then at least their legacy as one of the greatest and most innovative rock bands on the planet would not be as tarnished. Here on their second 'comeback' LP they play a form of reasonable alt rock that had it come out in the late ‘80s/early '90s been confine…view full details.

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Ultimate Painting
Dusk

8 people love me. Be the 9th...

8/10 according to our Clinton

Ultimate Painting are an example of one of those times where the side project becomes the main band. These members of Veronica Falls and Mazes would be hard pressed to find time for any other musical projects these days with the runaway success of this prolific thing. If stuck think of them somewhere between an English …view full details.

Johann Johannsson
Orphée

7 people love me. Be the 8th...

9/10 according to our Jamie

Based around the enduring legend of music and love that is the Orpheus myth, you would expect Johannsson’s first studio album in six years to be appropriately tender and emotive. It is. The story has it that Orpheus was a supremely gifted musician and poet; that he could charm all living things and even stone with his music. I’m not saying the Icelandic composer’s music can li…view full details.

Lush
Lollapalooza Festival, Miami FL August 22, 1992

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Dreamy indie pop star lovelies Lush may have recently reunited, but why not listen to some live Lush from back in the day? They'd just gone and made Spooky with the help of a certain producer and ex-Cocteau Twin, and soon after put their shoegaze into full effect at Lollapalooza. Just seemed like the right thing to do. Listen to it on this circle slab.…view full details.

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions
Until The Hunter

2 people love me. Be the 3rd...

The Warm Inventions’ first album in 7 years with Hope Sandoval from Mazzy Star, and who recently surfaced on the Massive Attack’s new single The Spoils. Bluesy and warm groove in a smokey lounge bar setting, jazzy twinkling keys, whammy barred guitar slides. Features a duet with Kurt Vile on Let Me Get There. …view full details.

The Undertones
Get Over You (Kevin Shields 2016 Remix)

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The Undertones’ 1979 single’s master tapes put in the hands of Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream). He boosts the crap out of it basically, makes it a fresh and crisp, brings it all to the front so it ALL punches you in the face. Also has the other two tracks from the original single on the B-Side. …view full details.

North Sea Radio Orchestra
Dronne

11 people love me. Be the 12th...

8/10 according to Robbyboy (customer) on

Almost as good as 'I a moon', but not quite, in my opinion. Standout tracks are 'Vishnu schist' and the lovely 'Alsace Lorraine' which is up there with NSRO's best. There's even a hint of Spiritualized in the instrumental title track. Lovely stuff. Superb cover artwork deserves a mention too.…view full details.

Minami Deutsch
S/T

16 people love me. Be the 17th...

8/10 according to our Robin

Japanese Krautrock! It makes sense! If I use enough exclamation marks it makes sense! Minami Deutsch are taking the genre’s origins at face value, dedicating themselves to the grooves they’ve wrought and letting their rigid vocal interpolations ring out overtop, with some classy reverb as the piece de resistance. Amidst the workout aesthetic they’ve carved out is a wash of dis…view full details.

Various
Christophe Lemaire Presents: Can’t You Hear Me – African Nuggets & Garage Rock from Nigeria, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

6 people love me. Be the 7th...

9/10 according to our Ant

You'd have to actually be some kind of nugget to glance at the title of this record and not know what you're getting - so my work here has been done for me. In a sense so has yours because if like me you're a relative noob when it comes to this stuff, there's no need to go crate digging - thanks to Christophe Lemaire for raiding Eothen Alapatt's collection and expertly curat…view full details.

Biosphere
Departed Glories

9 people love me. Be the 10th...

8/10 according to our Laurie

Just a warning, the office goons Phil and Ian are playing some soul thing in the main room, the wailing vocals of which are completely ruining any chance of me getting lost in this. Headphones are useless against the power of Motown. Or, at least, ambient music is. Unless you’re Tim Hecker. Biosphere is not. He is but one quiet man, living out his …view full details.

The Early Years
II

6 people love me. Be the 7th...

8/10 according to our Clinton

2008 seems a long time ago but that is in fact the last time the Early Years dipped their heads above the precipice. This is their first album in ages and they burst out of the traps on the title track as if those years of pent up energy have exploded in a five minute burst of kraut influenced psych rock. The track is an absolute blitzkrieg of ambition held back only by it’s vocal similar…view full details.

Danny Brown
Atrocity Exhibition

5 people love me. Be the 6th...

9/10 according to our Robin

On ‘Atrocity Exhibition’, Danny Brown’s a fucking mess. “Kubrick with two bricks”, he says, and his album makes it so: his tunes are shot through an existentialism so plain you could hear Tony Soprano listening to it as his whole world cuts to black, so real Ballard should come back to life and name his novel after this album. “Never know&rd…view full details.

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Automatisme
Momentform Accumulations

4 people love me. Be the 5th...

8/10 according to our Laurie

Prior to working here I had no idea that Constellation even released electronic music in any form. Yet here I am, sitting next to a pile of melted plastic bags listening to a soon-to-be-released angular ambient techno album that Robin apparently ‘didn’t understand’. And that’s coming from a philosophy graduate. It’s almost a fair statement actually; at arou…view full details.

Jason Sharp
A Boat Upon Its Blood

10 people love me. Be the 11th...

9/10 according to our Robin

God, it’s been so fucking long since I’ve been able to type-yell a review to the theme of “This new Constellation release is amazing!!!”. All year, the CST crew have been quiet, but now they hit with three brand new records for fall (call it autumn, if you must, but fall sounds so much better). Each record is instrumental, combining into a triple-treat offering …view full details.

Archy Marshall
A New Place 2 Drown

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9/10 according to Max Cave (customer) on

This is definitely one of my favourite releases from Archy Marshall's (King Krule's) many alter egos. It may not be as accessible as his album under the name of King Krule, (6 Feet Beneath the Moon) however this experimental soundtrack to his book pushes his music towards new horizons. The album consists of a mixture of trance-like beats, as well as lyrically genuious phrases such as 'When it rains it fucking pours, The sky opens its mouth and spits to the flo…view full details.

Flyying Colours
Mindfulness

6 people love me. Be the 7th...

7/10 according to our Clinton

The label really don't like it when we don't like their records so it's a good job prolific Aussie shoegaze hopefuls make an absolute racket on the opening track of this their debut album. I feel that here they've moved on somewhat from their earlier EP's with a better know-how when it comes to dynamics, probably helped by the addition of a rhythm section. Who knew?  …view full details.

Midori Hirano
Minor Planet

6 people love me. Be the 7th...

9/10 according to our Jamie

Sonic Pieces, for their 24th release, have erected their velvet-covered stage for Midori Hirano. On her first record for Berlin’s modern classical / ambient boutiquers, Kyoto-born Hirano has taken her reliable chair at her piano and set her banks of electronics to gentle spin. Delicates only. Oh, but these soundscapes she has crafted are stunningly super-soft and seductive. And they come …view full details.

Cavern of Anti-Matter / Booze / Fupper / Clean & Jerk / Apothéose de la Trahison
Inversions 001

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A heady mix of haggard electronics and disgruntled noise is contained within this lil EP, featuring some big names and some that we haven't heard of - Fupper is an excellent word. Cavern of Anti-Matter provide the mad electro action, Booze tear it to shreds with grumbly riffs, Fupper channels Moondog through oddball lo-fi psych, and there's even some doom metal towards the end of side B... Can you say smorgasbord? I can't.…view full details.

Iggy Pop
The Idiot

9 people love me. Be the 10th...

10/10 according to Robert Jones (customer) on

Iggy Pop told Lisa Robinson of the NME in 1976, that his new record will be a cross between James Brown and Kraftwerk. By then, Ig's status had gone through the roof thanks to a rowdy bunch called The Sex Pistols, who had singlehandedly revived Ig's career with their feral cover of "No Fun". Suddenly, on both sides of the Atlantic, Iggy and The Stooges became THE name t…view full details.

Stara Rzeka
Zamknely sie oczy ziemi

11 people love me. Be the 12th...

9/10 according to our Laurie

So, I find out about Stara Rzeka as Stara Rzeka ceases to be. This here CD is the second and last release by Kuba Ziolek under this name, until the pole  can think of a new abstract music thing to spend his days making. The music here is expansive and totally enthralling, a sound that beckons you toward black metal, ambient/drone and foresty folk, slipping effortlessly between them in…view full details.

Angel Olsen
My Woman

13 people love me. Be the 14th...

9/10 according to our Robin

Yes. Angel Olsen. She’s good. I realise I have to say a thing or two of substance with regards to her music, but weaving a narrative about it is hard: it’s witty but plainspoken, ever-changing but staying the same and its best bits are… rather slight. Perhaps the biggest switch from ‘Burn Your Fire’, Olsen’s breakout record of futility and fury, and follow-u…view full details.

Warpaint
Heads Up

8 people love me. Be the 9th...

7/10 according to our Clinton

Thank God. Thank the almighty God. Ok, ok they've gone a bit more towards the dollar this time but that might not be such a bad thing seeing as though their previous records were sometimes murky and devoid of actual hooks. Those records were fine though. I had no issue with Warpaint just being a moody band that didn't really write songs. The lead track from this, their third album 'New Song' wa…view full details.

S U R V I V E
RR7349

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7/10 according to our Jamie

So… you liked ‘Stranger Things’, right? We did. Well, those of us that watched it enjoyed it. That soundtrack was great. You might have bought it from us. Turns out the guys that made the music to the early-80s-set TV series are one half of this group, S U R V I V E. Yes, four people got together and removed the dust-sheets from their vintage synths one more time. There&rsquo…view full details.

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Suzanne Ciani
FRKWYS Vol. 13: Sunergy

8 people love me. Be the 9th...

9/10 according to our Ant

Not many people know about this, but I’m about to blow the lid off this whole operation… Somewhere in New York City, in the basement of RVNG Intl. headquarters there is a dark room. On the door hangs a sign that reads: FRKWYS - Awesome Collaborations Ideas Generation Zone. Inside that room is a large glass tank that holds the brain of an alien life …view full details.

Off World
1

6 people love me. Be the 7th...

8/10 according to our Robin

With a very apt name and a lot of synth-twiddling, Off World unleash ‘1’, one of the year’s most peculiar electronic records and by the way it includes a banjo player. One of three new instrumental set-pieces being released by Constellation (ever heard of ‘em?), it comes from the brain of seven improv pals, with skewed songwriter and label mainstay …view full details.

Mr Oizo
All Wet

2 people love me. Be the 3rd...

French electronic overlord Mr Oizo returns to Ed Banger with a few friends, including Boys Noize, Charli X, Peaches, Siriusmo as well as his much noticed collaboration with EDM superstar Skrillex, which is actually a really good old skool breakbeat tune. Solid stuff from a man with undeniable taste.…view full details.

Aukai
Aukai

4 people love me. Be the 5th...

8/10 according to our Jamie

First off: Wow. What a beauty. This guy! This record! So Markus Sieber has a back story (as most people but not all top-notch musicians do, but I digress). He spent the ‘90s in rock bands in East Germany, dropped his guitar for acting, then travelled to Mexico and ‘found’ music, again. Now he rolls out his leaf-strewn carpet with its amber-brown hues and invites us to share hi…view full details.

Beck
Sea Change

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Beck’s 2002 album Sea Change marked something of a sea change (yeah we went there) for Beck’s own practice. There is much less in the way of sampling and cool-cat irony, and rather more in the way of sincere emotion. Plus, live-instrument tracks that engage with the smooth heartbreaky sounds of country rock. Double LP reissue on Geffen.…view full details.

The Lucid Dream
Compulsion Songs

9 people love me. Be the 10th...

8/10 according to our Robin

Once accused, by me, of being the Lake District’s banner psych rock fixture, the Lucid Dream are in fact from Carlisle and make music to wash away the dreariness of it all (subtext: life). ‘Compulsion Songs’ continues to prove the a psych-y garage band cut above the rest: rather than submit to a roundabout of hypnotic riffs and sonorously thorough rhythms, they make often furi…view full details.

Frank Turner
Campfire Punkrock

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Repressing of Frank Turner’s first official outing (not including demos and what not) as a solo acoustic singer/songwriter after leaving hardcore band Million Dead. Keeping his punk rock rage, but pushing it through a softer lense. It’s been 10 years since this was first out, but Thatcher Fu*ked The Kids is no less true.…view full details.

Denis Sulta
Nein Fortiate

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First in a three-part release, and following his smash 12” It’s Only Real on Numbers last year, Denis Sulta cuts through the deep experimental and avantgarde techno for chin strokers and brings it back to the entire point of why we love this genre. The dance-bloody-floor. Hard hitting, groovy and euphoric.…view full details.

Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam
I Had A Dream That You Were Mine

9 people love me. Be the 10th...

8/10 according to our Robin

Here lies a record with an opening tune so unbelievably brilliant I worry for everything that comes after it. “A 1000 Years”, the first glimpse of a collaboration between two indie rock deserters in Hamilton Leithauser (an ex-Walkmen crooner) and Rostam Batmanglij (an ex-Vampire Weekend songmaker), is a tune that po…view full details.

Danny Clay
Stills

8 people love me. Be the 9th...

9/10 according to our Robin

There is, I’ll admit, enough warm drone in the world. There’s such an abundance of it, in fact, that there’s now a label named Warm Drone Label, as if accepting the endless coat of wallpaper being painted over old walls. I know we don’t need more, I accept we’re at ambient capacity, but can we please squeeze Danny Clay’s ‘Stills’ into the…view full details.


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