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Carlton Melton
Hidden Lights

San Franciscan psychedelic trippy guys Carlton Melton unleash the first fruits of their new jams with this 25 minute three track EP. This is the first offering since Out To Sea and should showcase further cosmic journeys this time augmented by Phil Manley (Fucking Champs etc) in the production chair.&nb...view item »


Dominique Guiot
L'Univers De La Mer



Syd Barrett
The Madcap Laughs

‘The Madcap Laughs’ is the debut solo album by the English singer-songwriter recorded after Barrett had left Pink Floyd. That appears to be the pree release we were given. It is, intermittently, one of the finest albums of its era. Not slick by any stretch of the imagination but full of left field ideas.   ...view item »


King Crimson
Red

One thing that always sticks in my mind about King Crimson is an early interview with Bill Brufford. When asked by the interviewer what the difference between playing drums in King Crimson and Yes was, he replied that "with King Crimson, you were simply expected to know what to play".  Of course I'm paraphrasing from memory her...view item »


The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Thank God For Mental Illness

Thank God For Mental Illness is the third album by The Brian Jonestown Massacre. It was originally released in 1996. Their consistent quality and prolific nature is mind blowing enough, but when you realise that this album was recorded in one day for less than $18, you’ve just got to applaud their chops. ...view item »


Sun City Girls
Torch of the Mystics

Sun City Girls were a much revered improvisational rock band from Arizona who featured guitarist Sir Richard Bishop. Torch of the Mystics was probably their most loved album. It was recorded in ‘88 and released on vinyl by Malora in ‘90 it was as mind blowing as it was influential. A CD was ...view item »


Dean McPhee
Four Stones

Return for the third (full-length) time to the world of Dean McPhee, and sit in the centre of his elegant swirling electric guitar pieces. Four Stones combines tracks from ...view item »


Japanese Television
Japanese Television

No, they’re not a Japanese tribute band to New York ‘70s art-punks Television, nor are they merely a description of what a lot of us may have in the corner of our living rooms. Japanese Television are new band from London who play music that they themselves describe as Space-Surf. They...view item »


Pearls Before Swine
Balaklava

Proper classic of underground psychedelic-folk right here. Drag City have done us all the immense courtesy of reissuing ‘Balaklava’, the 1968 epic by Pearls Before Swine. It’s a record that flits from more earnest and stripped-bare balladry to spots that are genuinely exploratory and compositionally audacious. ...view item »


Can
Future days

Damo Suzuki's last album with Can is a definite highpoint from the band's incredible ouvre. All the elements that make the band so timelss and radical sounding even now are here in abundance: experimentation with all manner of electronic and organic sound textures and atmospherics pinned down by Jaki Liebezeit's jawdropping rhythms and augmented...view item »


Can
Monster Movie

The debut album by The Can (as they were called at the time) still doesn’t seem like it should have come from 1969. 69 BC or 2169 AD maybe? The repetition-monster Yoo Doo Right is the most famous and singular track here. But for me the angular Father Cannot Yell and the manic Outside Your Door are the peaks of the ...view item »


Trad, Gras och Stenar
Djungelns Lag

First released in 1971, and reissued as part of an Anthology Recordings project, Djungelns Lag is a live recording of this Swedish psychedelic rock collective. Trad, Gras och Stenar make a free-form progressive hard rock that has become the stuff of legend. The Anthology label are making th...view item »


King Crimson
Lark's Tongues In Aspic

The title track - the opener - is an album's worth of genre-bending stylings and thorough musical control. It builds from a distant percussive murmur to become a riff worthy enough to impress most 70s metalheads. Beyond that initial six minute burst things get funky, melancholic with the introduction of violin, and then the restraint returns. Re...view item »


King Crimson
Islands

Here we are with King Crimson reissue LP no. 6 on DGM/Panegyric. Capturing Fripp & co at their most fiery, 1971's 'Islands' features heavy use of the saxophone of Mel Collins, heralding in the group's more dissonant era as a departure from their earlier bombast. All the reissue luxuries are present here - 200 gram vinyl, original sleeve...view item »


Beautify Junkyards
The Invisible World of Beautify Junkyards

The third LP for Lisbon hypnagogicists Beautify Junkyards sees the group sticking to the rose-tinted music that landed them on Ghost Box in the first place. The Invisible World of Beautify Junkyards brings together English acid folk stylings, Brazilian tropicalia, Iberian psych and the German Kosmische ...view item »


Can
Ege Bamyasi

I could give any of the first 6 Can records top marks, however the first one you hear is often the most memorable and that is certainly the case with Ege Bamyasi. I remember when Mute & Spoon announced the box set I was overcome with joy only to realise I couldn...view item »


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Nonagon Infinity

Not only is Nonagon Infinity a berserk, psychedelic piece of prog-metal, but it is the fourth album this Australian band have released in a year and a half. This vinyl LP or CD from King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard borrows the sound of 70s hard-rock but connects it with their distinctive improvisational soun...view item »


Sunflare
ON

Portuguese punk anyone? Well, it's the meanest, fuzziest type there is. Sunflare's debut on Cardinal Fuzz is a scorcher! It is riotous noise bouncing off itself and swirling cymbals over pedal delayed riffs, all totally free form. ON is turned on alright - and ranked up to the top to...view item »


Mt. Mountain
Golden Rise

So good they (sort of) named them twice. Mt. Mountain are another Australian band that have found a home at the purveyors of the finest psych-rock, Cardinal Fuzz. The Perth band plough the brooding psych-rock furrow and have toured in support of bands like Boris, Sleep and King Gizzard a...view item »


Sleep
Leagues Beneath

Described on the press release as a '17 minute plunge' this is the first new material from legendary stoners Sleep following on from their much acclaimed The Sciences LP on Third Man. Recorded as a part of a series of songs for Adult Swim this is said to be 'a right good aural experience' (our words). ...view item »


Dire Wolves
Paradisiacal Mind

Did you hear that Dire Straits and Chris Rea are recording an album together? That’s the start of an old joke, and let’s hope that it never, ever becomes a reality. One thing for sure is that they wouldn’t call themselves Dire Wolves because that name is already taken by this bun...view item »


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Float Along - Fill Your Lungs

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s third album Float Along - Fill Your Lungs was originally released in 2013. The album grabbed their fan’s attention immediately as it opens with the epic 16-minute freak fest that is Head On/Pill - now rightly a firm fan favourite. This lovely new re...view item »


The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Aufheben

Here's a re-issue of the Brian Jonestown Massacre's 12th album released in 2012. Recorded in Germany and featuring original member Matt Hollywood alongside former Spacemen 3 member Will Carruthers , this is a varied album mixing up their signature psych rock with Eastern influences and songs sung in Finnish.&nbs...view item »


Teeth Of The Sea
Wraith

New one from genre-manglers Teeth of The Sea, ‘Wraith’ is the long awaited follow up to 2015’s brilliant ‘Highly Deadly Black Tarantula’. If first cut ‘Hireath’ is anything to go by, then the group are on stellar form, fusing battle-ready dub bass with stuttering drums and horns that bla...view item »


Trummor & Orgel
Indivisibility

The press release describes this one as sounding like Stereolab covering sixties lounge pop and, well, that about nails it, really. Absolutely delicious drum ‘n’ organ combos from appropriately named Uppsala, Sweden duo Trummor &...view item »


Tame Impala
Currents (Collectors Edition)

Like Tame Impala’s ___ album Currents? Well if you do, here’s your chance for deeper insight into the record, with a ...view item »


King Crimson
In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)

In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation by King Crimson) is an LP which deserves a place in every record collection. The cover alone gives it a presence on the shelves within the ranks of other LPs, but the real twinkling gems are, of course, the classic, heavy prog of 21st Century Schizoid Man, the del...view item »


Harmonia
Live 1974



Bardo Pond
Bardo Pond

No idea when these tracks were recorded but these busy bees are sounding as druggy and psychedelic as ever with that lovely slightly sludgy slow motion heavyness. 'Don't Know About You' is particularly satisfying managing to maintain the aforementioned appeal combined while still being pretty fuckin' rockin' at the same time. No mean feat but le...view item »


Levitation
Never Odd Or Even

Here is a nice neat clean-up release from Levitation, who existed for a relatively brief time in the early 90’s, but whose second album Meanwhile Gardens was never released until recently. There wasn’t, however, enough space to include everything, so the three lost tracks are now getting their own vinyl rele...view item »


Goblin
Profondo Rosso (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)



Green Seagull
First Snow of Winter / God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman

Christmas. It's only October and we've started arguing about it already here at Normans. Baroque psychedelic band Green Seagull already have things sorted though with a two song Christmas extravaganza. On the A side an original which talks about the comforts of the festive season (high winds, exhausts, snarl ups etc). Over on th...view item »


Genesis
Selling England By The Pound

Selling England By The Pound is the album that gave Genesis their first taste of real commercial success. The band's fifth long-player was originally released in 1973. It charted at No.3 and also contains their first top 30 hit, the strangely melodic I Know What You Like (In Your Wardrobe). Reissue 180g vinyl LP on Virgin/EMI....view item »


Genesis
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway

The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway was the sixth album by Genesis and was originally released in November 1974. It was a concept album telling the story of a boy who lived on the streets. Whilst the concept wasn’t that far-reaching, the six-month long tour that followed was one of the most ostentatious in rock history - ...view item »


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Quarters

King Gizzard return hot off the heels of their very overtly, if exceedingly awkwardly titled record I'm In Your Mind Fuzz. Quarters offers more of the same listless, meandering psych rock from the masters of the much travelled genre, with four songs that hit ten minutes and ten seconds apiece. A...view item »


Sunn Trio
Fayrus

OK, first thing’s first: Sunn Trio is nothing to do with Sunn O))), so bad luck if you were after some drone metal. But hold up! Fans of out-there music might well love this LP by Joel Robinson’s group Sunn Trio too, being as it is a desert-hazed trip of experimental...view item »


Purple Image
Purple Image

*Extremely John Lydon voice* Purple Imaaa-aaaaaage! Purple Imaaa-aaaaaage! Of course, this LP actually has nothing t...view item »


13th Floor Elevators
The Psychedelic Sounds Of

Oooh: 'tis a gatefold I see before me? 'Tis, of those lads 13th Floor Elevators, who made the electric jug what it is today -- or not, but it certainly sounds fantastic on the LP, which comes with the plain old record (in heavyweight vinyl, so not that plain) and the mono version, with the tr...view item »


Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2
Star Stuff

Hang on, this back story is so complicated I lost my way at a point way before the record actually got made. Anyway by way of a lost drum stool, a dog and some coffee Chaz Bundick (Toro Y Moi) etc hooked up with psychedelic groove guys Mattson 2 for an album of exploratory pop and psych-tinged jazz moves which o...view item »


Desert Mountain Tribe
Om Parvat Mystery

Desert Mountain Tribe are not a tribe based in a desert or a mountain: you’ll have to go elsewhere for that. Rather, they are an indie rock band from London, UK. Om Parvat Mystery does at least have a feat...view item »


Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
Reverse Of Rebirth In Universe

If the previous 100-odd Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. records hadn’t slaked your thirst for the group’s brand of incantatory psych-rock then perhaps you should consider adding Reverse Of Rebirth In Universe to your collection. AMT&TMPUFO (Christ) have recently revamped their lineup...view item »


Khruangbin
Christmas Time Is Here

Sorry folks, but Christmas Time is indeed Here, or at least near enough that the seasonal releases start trickling in. Here we have the  three members of the band Khruangbin converging on their collective favourite Christmas song, in a spontaneous recording that was apparently nailed in just fifteen minutes! Two versions pr...view item »


Kikagaku Moyo
Kikagaku Moyo

Here’s some proper old school psychedelic rock from Japan’s Kikagaku Moyo. I had this and the new Seven That Spells LP to choose from - that one has a nude lady on the front, this one says “FUCK RACISM!” on the back cover. I know which one is less...view item »


Various
Best Of Pink Floyd (Redux)

In news that will surely interest our resident Floyd obsessive Ian, Magic Eye records have invited some of the best heavy psych fans from across the globe to interpret their favourite songs by Pink Floyd. Howling Giant, Creepers, Red Mesa, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard...view item »


Bong
Thought and Existence

Bong are back baby, presenting two side-long slabs of deep space power. In the three years since they last graced our stereos, Bong have augmented their strategy of crushing riffs and momentous drum rhythms with extra lashings vibes cosmic energy. The second track, for instance, with its superbly portentous ...view item »


Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd’s 1975 album Wish You Were Here followed up the mega-selling Dark Side Of The Moon, a tricky task that the band approached with lengthy instrumentals and some heavily cynical lyrics: excellent. This new reissue has been remastered, and is pressed to 180g vinyl, and comes in a rather fetching pa...view item »


Michael Rother
Solo

Extensive reissue of krautrock legend Michael Rother’s early solo work. As a member of both NEU! And Harmonia, Rother was undoubtedly at the heart of the infamous and highly influential 60s and 70s experimental German scene. ‘Solo’ sees Grönland re-release his first four solo LPs in a lavish...view item »


The Sand Pebbles
Ghost Transmissions

The Sand Pebbles are a rock band from Melbourne whose sound is at the flowery end of the the psych rock scale, and if that sounds wrong to you, then think again. Their classic album, Ghost Transmissions, is being pressed on vinyl for the first time. It adds an updated freshness to the sound of 1967. Heavyweight vinyl with downlo...view item »


The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Are You Experienced

Classic rock doesn’t come much more classic than an album that features Purple Haze, Hey Joe and The Wind Cries Mary. The Jimi Hendrix Experience (the band that featured none other that Jimi Hendrix on guitar and vocals) announced themselves to the world with their...view item »


The Fernweh
The Fernweh

The Fernweh are a three-piece from Liverpool who play psych/folk/pop/rock that harks back to the late ‘60s/early ‘70s. Their music recalls Piper At The Gates Of Dawn-era Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues, Heron, The Trees and many Vertigo and Island bands of that era. Self...view item »


Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Safe As Milk

50th anniversary edition of this classic debut from the Captain and his merry travellers. Though the title could be seen as tongue in cheek, this is the group at their most accessible with their blues-influenced work only just fraying at the edges. We're still a long way from Trout Mask Replica but this is a brilliant work and has been ...view item »


Weedpecker
II

You may already be up to your third ear in III, the latest offering by Warszawa rockers Weedpecker. Yet Toronto’s Stickman Records are still keen to remind you that before III came I and II, so here’s a reissue of the latter. This music is exactly what you think music by a band named Weedpecker sounds like....view item »


Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska
Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska

Kind folks at Cardinal Fuzz are putting out more stoner and psych rock than we can keep up with. This time they’ve picked Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska’s first two albums, which were previously only available on cassette. Expect heady drones...view item »


Old Mexico
Old Mexico

Old Mexico is a collaboration between Dead Meadow’s Jason Simon, Dave Mihaly, leader of L.A. spirit jazz ensemble Dave Mihaly & Shimmering Leaves and Trans Van Santos. Simon produced and directed the project which sees h...view item »


Dark Fog
Make You Believe

Dark Fog’s music is like a fog that’s so thick it feels like soup. Defying genre and classification, Make You Believe is murky, noisy, with high-pitched vocals leaking in through the cracks in the wall of sound. Endless riffs and frenetic...view item »


35007
35007

35007, or Loose, if you turn your calculator upside down, are a psych/space/stoner/prog rock band. They hail from Eindhoven in the Netherlands. Their eponymous album, which is also known as Into The Void We Travelled, is their second album and was originally released in 1997. Gold vinyl 2LP repress on Stickman....view item »


Pink Floyd
The Dark Side Of The Moon

As literally one of the best-selling albums of all time (741 consecutive weeks in the charts!), you probably already have a copy of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon don’t you? But this new reissue has been remastered, and is pressed to 180g vinyl, and comes in a rather fetching package with a few extra bit...view item »


35007
Liquid

35007 are an experimental rock band from Eindhoven in the Netherlands. They tinker with sub-genres such as space rock, psychedelic rock, stoner rock and prog rock. Their third album, Liquid, is an instrumental record, featuring 4 long, dynamic pieces that ebb, flow, crash and wig out. Coloured vin...view item »


The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Forgotten Graves

Ooh they love a 10" don't they? Two new tracks from the ever fruitful the Brian Jonestown Massacre including 'Forgotten Graves' which is exclusive to this release and has been written to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first world war. Over on the flip is  “Tombes Oubliées” which has been culled ...view item »


Stereolab
Refried Ectoplasm (Switched On Vol. 2)

2LP clear vinyl re-press of this compilation of early singles and rarities from the now pretty legendary kraut poppers. The compilation charts the bands growth in their early years and contains some of their classic recordings such 'French Disko' 'John Cage Bubblegum' and 'La Boob Oscillator'. Ha! I said 'boob'. ...view item »


Hilma Nikolaisen
Mjusic

Norwegian guitarist and singer Hilma Nikolaisen follows up her 2016 debut, Puzzler, with Mjusic, spelled like you’ve just mashed the keyboard with your palm and been lucky. The album’s name comes from a punk band she formed as a kid. Her music is not too far removed from that of her br...view item »


Richard Pinhas
East West

Here we have the fourth solo album by Richard Pinhas of Heldon, notable in part for being his only album released on a major label. That means that Mr. Pinhas...view item »


Richard Pinhas
Chronolyse

Chronolyse was first released in 1977 (but only in France), as a sideline to Richard Pinhas’ activities in Heldon, the synth-prog experimentalists whose reputation is growing ever stronger. This is an LP of properly exploratory proportions, Moog arpeggios expanding everywhere. White vinyl reissue ...view item »


Kanaan
Windborne

Debut album from Norwegian three-piece Kanaan. On Windborne they explore the part of the musical map where psych, post-rock and jazz lie. Tight groves, held down by their disciplined rhythm pair, spill out into over the top improvised chaos. This is a young band who really know their 70s influence...view item »


The Bevis Frond
We’re Your Friends, Man

The Bevis Frond, constantly led by nice man and excellent songwriter Nick Saloman, release their umpteenth (and then some) album, We’re Your Friends Man. With guitar chops that match Neil Young, J Mascis and Jimi Hendrix and...view item »


Steeple Remove
Vonal-Axis

Train a microscope on London’s Fuzz Club and you’ll find the fuzz not consisting of noisy psych music itself, but rather of a sheer density of releases. They’re practically fuzzin’ ‘em out at the moment, and the latest is by aloof French veterans Steeple Remove - magnificent, shimmering guitars lead...view item »


Holger Czukay
Radio Wave Surfer

Holger Czukay, core member of the perennially loved German experimental group Can, went on to be a productive maker of weird and wonderful pop. Among his solo albums is Radio Wave Surfer, a delightful 1991 release that was all recorded live, in studios and at concerts, with only one stereo mic: none of ...view item »


Gong Gong Gong
Siren / Something's Happening

Chinese psychedelic blues anyone? Good. Here we have Siren / Something’s Happening by Beijing duo Gong Gong Gong. The pair take in influences from Bo Diddley, The Monks and the psychedelic sounds of West Africa and South-East Asia and filter them through striking guitar, propulsive bass an...view item »


Günter Schickert
Nachtfalter

Gunter Schickert initially learned the trumpet before making the guitar hsi axe of choice. This led to free jazz and echo guitar experimentation. His debut album, Samtvogel, was released in the mid-seventies. It earned him comparisons to Syd Barrett’s Pink Floyd and is highly regarded in t...view item »


The Telescopes
Exploding Head Syndrome

Exploding Head Syndrome is the 10th album by psych/space rock band The Telescopes. The band formed in 1987 and there has been a revolving cast of players, with Stephen Lawrie being the only constant member in all that time. He really is Mr. Telescope. They take their influences from bands such as 13th Floor Elevators...view item »


About Group
RAK

Looks like Charles Hayward's escaped but with new drummer Rupert Clervaux here are more rhythmic jams from the 'super' group who also contain John Coxon (Spring Heel Jack) and one Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip. The press release compares it to Ege Bamyasi era Can ...view item »


The Doors
The Doors

There’s so much to be said of The Doors but the only words truly worth listening to are those that the band recorded to wax and there cannot be any better starting point than their eponymous debut album. An electrifying LP with heavy hitters such as Break on Through (To The Other Side) and Soul Kit...view item »


Pink Floyd
London 1966/1967

This pair of vintage Syd-era jams from the film Tonite Lets All Make Love In London have been available in various collectible formats over the years, and now resurface as a ten inch. There’s not much evidence of psychedelic free rock that predates this, a fearless exploratory dive into uncharted territory armed with littl...view item »


Jacco Gardner
Somnium

Jacco Gardner has made a few albums of swirling psychedelia in recent years but here he tries something different with an all instrumental album inspired by the first science fiction novel (of the same name as the album), written in 1608 by Johannes Kepler. Gardner hopes the lack of a human voice allows the album to be a deep im...view item »


The Lucid Dream
Actualisation

The Lucid Dream put their bad luck (their gear was all stolen in Paris in 2017) firmly behind them with fourth album Actualisation, a record that could not have come to be without some great fan support. The album works some big acid house vibes into the group’s general big psychedelia, as well as some delightful ...view item »


The Liminanas
I’ve Got Trouble In Mind Vol 2 (7-inch and Rare Stuff 2015 / 2018)

I've Got Trouble in Mind Vol. 2 is the sequel to 2014's Vol. 1. Here France's The Limiñanas offer a selection of unreleased tracks, rarities and more. It also features a remix by Anton Newcombe of the Peter Hook featurin...view item »


Octopus Syng
Victorian Wonders

The members of Finnish group Octopus Syng may be nearing middle age now, but their advancing years haven’t caused them to lose too much of their enthusiasm for the childlike wonders of psychedelic rock. Latest LP Victorian Wonders is another exercise in primal psychotherapy from Jaire Pätäri et al. The sweet, ...view item »


BEAK>
>>>

Beak’s third album, >>>, follows on from > and >>. Does this show a lot or very little imagination when it comes to naming albums? Anyway, the classy electronic three-piece who are led by Portishead’s Geoff Barrow have taken another step forward and their sound grows along with the stages they’re invited to pl...view item »


Neutral Milk Hotel
In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

The damn near-mythologised second album from Neutral Milk Hotel. Idiosyncratic stuff from 1998. Whether you’re die-hard for this one or rediscovering, let Jeff Mangum sing to you about semen-stained mountaintops and Jesus Christ between those stellar brass sections. Reissued on Domino on LP or CD....view item »


Bong
Live At Roadburn 2010, 2012, 2014

Roadburn is Tilburg's premier festival of metal and the noise that exists adjacent to it. I'm pretty sure we had one of these live records from them when Gnod were doing their drone ritual business over there, and now we get one from Bong, the band so stoked on being stoned that their drummer puts...view item »


Exploded View
Obey

It's the Sacred Bones! Live from Brooklyn this time we've Exploded View, a band formed of members based in Mexico City and Berlin. On Obey they investigate the role of authority not just in our lives, but within the band itself. They do so with a rock'n'...view item »


Träden
Träden

Well, what have we here? Nothing other than a brand-new *double* album from Träden no less, formerly known of course as Träd Gräs och Stenar. Their truncation from 'Trees, Grass and Stones' to merely 'The Trees' has done nothing to lessen or dampen the edges of their sound. Simply sel...view item »


The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Something Else

Something Else is the first of two full-length albums promised to us by The Brian Jonestown Massacre in 2018. After dabbling in experimentation - using Brazilian and Middle Eastern Music along with shoegaze as inspiration for a couple of albums, Anton Newcombe returns to the sound his fans know and love. 180g wh...view item »


Wooden Shjips
V

In which the Shjips, according to the press release at least, trade in some of their trademark hypno-guitar drone for a more laid-back sound. Born out of contemplative takes on the various political and ecological madnesses of last summer, 'V' is intended as an antidote to current travails, "a respite from the insanity". Get in early enough and ...view item »


GNOD
Chapel Perilous

Working out in Eindhoven, shapeshifting Salford racket warriors Gnod had time and space to construct two pulverising tracks that they had already been playing on the road, plus sculpted further material more abstract in nature. The result is an invigorating album of furious riffs and bleak dubbed out soundsca...view item »


MIEN
MIEN

Rocket Recordings (Goat, Gnod) present the debut LP from psych super-group MIEN. Featuring the most least-talented member of The Horrors (Tom Furse) as well as men from Elephant Stone, The Black Angels and ...view item »


Anthroprophh
Omegaville

The latest racket from Paul Allen (the Heads) and cohorts, this is his third release under this barely pronounceable name for Rocket. Omegaville is described as chaotic riffage taking in music concrete, sci-fi noise pop, balls out rock and psych chaos. A place where rock, prog and art can safely meet. ...view item »


Khruangbin
Con Todo El Mundo

Khruangbin are a band inspired by non-Western music of many stripes, taking what they like from all sorts of cultures. Second album Con Todo El Mundo hones in on Iran and the Mediterranean in particular, whippin...view item »


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Flying Microtonal Banana

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have already pretty much mastered that pulsing garage rocky sound, but they are still aiming to release five (yep, five) albums in 2017. With that in mind, it makes sense to try something a little new right? Flying Microtonal Banana finds them playing around with modified microtonal ...view item »


James Holden & The Animal Spirits
The Animal Spirits

Electronics expert James Holden has expanded his Animal Spirits for a bold set of synth led folk opuses that fuse bits of psychedelia, kraut-rock, world jazz to create a genre blending opus that is also accessible. Sax, cornet, recorder and percussion have been introduced to the sonic maelstrom with Holden acting as band leader ...view item »


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard With Mild High Club
Sketches Of Brunswick East

What is it now???? Leave us alone. Yet another album from King Gizzard but this time with a twist. This one is a collaboration with Stones Throw hipster troupe Mild High Club in which the two bands jam out an exploratory album which is influenced by Ethiopian music, Miles Davis and Tropi...view item »


Snapped Ankles
Come Play The Trees

Snapped Ankles are a London group making their full-length debut right here and right now on The Leaf Label. The band apparently love to play shows while dressed up as trees, but you can’t really hear the foliage on these recordings. You’ll have to make do with chunky-funky synthesiser...view item »


Circle
Terminal

You can count on Finland’s Circle to provide the goods, always pulling together the finest and weirdest bits of rock etc. history into their (surprisingly cohesive) whole. Terminal is full of proggy flair, krautrock space-power, psychedelic flavour, heavy metal heft and much else besides, making for a dense and wo...view item »


The Heads
Everybody Knows We Got Nowhere (Remaster)

The 2nd album in The Head’s impressive canon, was originally released on Sweet Nothing Records (SNLP007/CD) in July 2000; now, 14 years later “Everybody Knows We Got Nowhere” has been repackaged with a full compliment of bonus material from that period (7” tracks, B- sides, Mans Ruin 10” / CD tra...view item »


Cavern of Anti-Matter
Blood Drums

When Tim Gane of Stereolab makes a new album and only issues 500 vinyl copies of it on a small Berlin-based label you can imagine that there would be a fair few unhappy people that missed out. Worry no more. Blood Drums, the debut album by Tim Gane’s post-Stereolab band ...view item »


Harmonia
Documents 1975

Unfortunately (and inadvertently) timed to coincide with the death of core member Dieter Moebius, here is a set of previously unreleased recordings by Harmonia. Documents 1975 has live and studio tracks never before heard by the komische-loving public, all bounced down to cassette tape. On Grönland...view item »


Harmonia
Musik Von Harmonia

Always good to have these German jewels in print. Gronland are reissuing the first two Harmonia studio albums, to the joy of all. The 1970’s group combined Cluster with Micheal Rother of Neu!: three professionals in the art of ascending to higher musical planes through shi...view item »


The Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground (the third one!)

To celebrate the enduring longevity and indelible influence of The Velvet Underground Polydore/UME are releasing 'The Velvet Underground-45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition', which features 64 tracks in a six-CD package. Originally released in 1969, The Velvet Underground’s self-titled third album famously departed from t...view item »


Queens Of The Stone Age
...Like Clockwork

I’ve a bit of a soft spot for these Californian rockers. ‘...Like Clockwork’ is their sixth studio album on Matador as they appear to have parted company with Interscope. There’s some decent tunes on here, certainly radio friendly such as obvious single ‘My God Is The Sun’. T...view item »


BEAK>
Beak>

Trippy, throwback, groovy, spacey and certainly not pretentious, Beak> is an experience. Think Joy Division or Radiohead. Hey, why not even mention Portishead? Beak> is a blend of all three, in my opinion. According to discogs, this album was recorded live in one room with no overdubs or repair, with only edits to create arrangements. You ...view item »


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