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Björk / Fever Ray / The Knife
Country Creatures

Ooph this is rather heavy on the ‎Karin Dreijer. She appears as both Fever Ray and part of the Knife on this remix 12" of Bjork's Country Creatures. Yet each track is different- one moody and introspective, one bouncy and pulsating. As a return favour Bjork has remixed a Fever Ray track which will come out separately. Who says the Swedes and the Icelanders don't get on?

Disco Inferno
The 5 Eps

Disco Inferno were an incredibly creative but short-lived band who splurged out a series of excellent records in the early 90s before disappearing in a haze of smoke before they could get the full credit they deserved. They were fond of an EP and this release collects five of these mini-masterpieces showcasing how their sound had evolved from atmospheric Joy Division-esque beginnings to their later hugely influential sampledelic innovations. Stunning and deeply affecting music.  
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Geneva
Further

Remember Geneva? They were Aberdeen’s answer to Radiohead and released their debut album, Further, in 1997 which reached the heady-heights of the Top 20. They fell foul of their label, Nude, collapsing and split up. They have now reformed to remind you of what could have been. Further, originally released in 1997, is reissued with extra tracks through One Little Indian.
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Geneva
Weather Underground

Aberdeen’s contribution to Britpop came in the guise of Geneva. They were labelmates of Suede on Nude, racked up a handful of Top 40 hits and a Top 20 album with their debut album, Further. The band split when Nude folded. Now they have reformed, second album Weather Underground is reissued through One Little Indian. This should go down well as it balances the jangle-pop of songs like Dollars In The Heavens with the Radiohead-ness of songs like Museum Mile. 
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SHHE
SHHE

Scottish /  Portugese producer and artist SHHE  has the real name of Su Shaw, which when said all together repeatedly makes for a different version of a popular tongue twister. In a quest to find herself, SHHE left her old life in Fife behind to find herself among a bunch of creative types in Dundee. It was this that helped her capture her atmospheric, sparse, haunted vision that is her self-titled debut album.
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Björk
Greatest Hits

Have you ever listened to Bjork and thought 'this sounds interesting but her back catalogue is sprawling and daunting I just want to hear the best bits'? Well we have the answer in Bjork's Greatest Hits. being Bjork she couldn't just do things normally so asked her fanbase to pick their favourite tracks via an online poll. This is a blessing that means her dreadful It's Oh So Quiet debacle is thankfully missing. Also bear in mind that this was originally released in 2002 so you need to look elsewhere for anything after that. Still, a very useful intro.  
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Manu Delgado
Circadian

Arriving quickly after his short-film and soundtrack project Parasol Peak, Canadian composer Manu Delgado returns with another regular studio project. Circadian focuses on the human sleep cycle and was inspired by Delgado’s experiences on exhaustive global tours, rendered by his trusty handpan. 
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Björk
Homogenic

Bjork's masterwork. On her fourth record, the Icelandic pop artist started marrying her trip-hop backdrop with a hugely expansive and coldly experimental sound. This record was perhaps her darkest entry yet and did Post one better by boasting an orchestra of several billion -- each making strings swell, drums coalesce or cellos brood around Bjork's darkly moving songs.
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Asobi Seksu
Asobi Seksu

Asobi Seksu were a dream pop / shoegaze band from America who consisted of singer and keyboardist Yuki Chikudate and guitarist James Hanna who was known to sing a bit too. They were joined by a whole host of musicians in their four album career. Their self-titled debut was released stateside in 2004, but Europe had to wait until 2007 to get their mits on it. This is the first ever vinyl pressing. Interesting fact: Asobi Seksu translates into English as 'playful sex'.  

Kathryn Williams
Kathryn Williams Anthology

To coincide with the 20th anniversary of her 1999 debut album Dog Leap Stairs, this 20xCD box set covers the entirety of Kathryn Williams’ sorely under-rated output. It covers 10 studio albums, including her Mercury breakthrough Little Black Numbers, plus various side-projects she’s been involved with over the years. 
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Gabríel Ólafs
Absent Minded

Discovered on a televised Icelandic talent show at the age of just 19, composer and pianist Gabríel Ólafs was snapped up by One Little Indian. Later this month, he releases his first studio album Absent Minded, which the musician himself describes as “a score to a non-existent film”. 
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Penny Rimbaud
War & Peace

Back in 2012 the Crass mastermind Penny Rimbaud went into the studio to record a couple of covers. Working with cellist Kate Shortt and bass player Jennifer Maidman, and with ex-Buzzcocks fellow Tony Barber at the mixing desk, Rimbaud took on Bob Dylan’s ‘Masters Of War’ and George Harrison’s ‘Isn’t It A Pity’. He spits furious peace atop sawing strings for the Dylan original while the Harrison take is more tranquil and mournful - it’s not dissimilar to late-period Nick Cave actually. After being stowed away for several years the tracks now make it to a 7” release entitled War & Peace. Out through One Little Indian.

Kill It Kid
Feet Fall Heavy

Not a new record by the late '90s noiseniks but a re-issue of their second album, 2001's Feet Fall Heavy. The band were known initially for a bluesy delivery with folky instrumentation but by the time this album rolled around they'd begun the move to a more rock based sound with heavy duty nods to the likes of the White Stripes. First time on vinyl. 
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Disco Inferno
Technicolour

This was the final missive from Disco Inferno before they split in 1995 and emerged after a tumultuous time for the band after they had their gear stolen which basically contained all the material they were working on. Still, the band regrouped and made an album that was a lot more straightforward than the previous wildly inventive DI Go Pop yet contained a series of stellar songs including worldwide-hit-that-never-was 'It's A Kids World'.   
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Henrik Lindstrand
Nattresan

Henrick Lindstrand’s latest solo work, Nattresan, is deep, thoughtful and sweet-sounding in equal measure. The Swedish composer and musician recorded the album during the wee small hours in his Copenhagen studio. The serenity of his suburban surroundings are reflected in the sounds Lindstrand has committed to tape. 

Poppy Ackroyd
Sketches

Neo-classical composer and performer Poppy Ackroyd (involved in Hidden Orchestra) presents an album of Sketches: delicately traced pieces of piano and violin finery, with richly melancholy melodies and lots of stately space to languish in. Sketches is released by One Little Indian, with CD and 180g LP editions available.
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AVA
Waves

AVA are a duo made up of TV and Movie composer, Aisling Bouwer and Royal Ballet Composer and session musician, Anna Phoebe. The pair are both classically trained but come together on Waves to create ambient soundscapes. Their music schooling is not wasted here though, as they show the piano and violin as two delicate and intricately intertwining instruments.
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Disco Inferno
D. I. Go Pop

Ah right then, you are asking me to write an impartial product description on this album? Not going to happen. What we have is one of the most forward thinking records of the '90s. A place where Joy Division, Public Enemy, MBV and Young Gods collide to create a barrage of fury and ambience and song craft and sample-delia that no-one has yet got near.  

Sarasara
Orgone

As anyone who knows their Peep Show can attest, negative orgones are generally to be avoided while positive orgones should be hunted down with glee. Sarasara’s sophomore LP is an Orgone that falls into the latter category - if a guest spot from Peter Doherty doesn’t scream benign energy then we just don’t know what does. On this record the French chanteuse spools out electronic pop of the sort that one tends to associate with FKA Twigs.
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Björk
Post

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.
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Björk
Vespertine

At the time, just after the turn of a new century, Vespertine felt like a logical progression from Homogenic, released four years previously. The increased orchestral presence is rich and lush, backed with more considered, detailed beats and songs which travel from the dark and folkloric to movingly romantic. 
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Björk
Debut

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 challenging than this. "Crying" is actually laughing.
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Bad Breeding
Exiled

Hailing from the London commuter dormitory, Home Counties nowheresville of Stevenage, Bad Breeding make raging, confrontational punk music that perfectly reflects their surroundings. Exiled, their scabrous third full-length album, takes inspiration from the dispiriting and divisive last year in British politics. 
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Tusks
Avalanche

Following the critical success she enjoyed with her 2017 debut LP Dissolve, producer, musician and composer Emily Underhill returns for her second Tusks album. Inviting comparisons with post-rock masters like Sigur Ros and Mogwai, Avalanche will be sure to boost Underhill’s profile even further. 
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Björk
Drawing Restraint 9

This is a soundtrack Björk made for Drawing Restraint 9 a film directed by her then partner Matthew Barney. In order to gain inspiration she travelled to Japan to study ancient Japanese music. You can't ever accuse her of not putting the hours in. It also features Will Oldham singing a letter from a Japanese fisherman. 
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The Shamen
En-Tact

A classic early 90s dance album and a landmark work by The Shamen marking their gravitation from psych-rock to psych-rave, the employment of the naughty, naughty, very naughty Mr C and, sadly, the final contributions from the sweet-voiced Will Sinnott. With a bulging cast of mixers and producers from Paul Oakenfold and Orbital to The Beatmasters and Meat Beat Manifesto, it also comes in many versions. Here is one of them.
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Marry Waterson & Emily Barker
A Window To Other Ways

Marry Waterson is an English folk singer and member of the famous folk music family The Watersons. She is the daughter of Lal Waterson. Emily Barker is an Australian singer/songwriter whose music you may have heard on the UK version of crime drama Wallander. The pair met at a songwriting retreat run by Kathryn Williams. Their first album together, A Window To Other Ways, has thrown up a mixture of stiles from the obvious folk, with country, soul, blues and indie. LP and CD on One Little Indian.

Test Dept.
Disturbance

New material from Test Dept., the early industrial legends who just love to make didactic statements about this nonsense society over heavyweight hammerings. Disturbance is the first new album from the group for absolute years, and it is still raw, if also a little more souped-up. On One Little Indian.
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Poppy Ackroyd
Resolve Reimagined

Poppy Ackroyd’s album Resolve gets utterly re-made by a cast of excellent and interesting producers, who take Poppy’s neoclassical compositions into all sorts of interesting areas. Hauschka, Nuage, Floex and Poppy’s alma mater Hidden Orchestra all contribute, and Max Cooper delivers a particularly nice pumping beaty version of ‘Paper’. On One Little Indian.
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Ruby Throat
Stone Dress

Stone Dress is the fifth album by folk noir duo Ruby Throat. The band feature KatieJane Garside, known for previous bands the '90s flash-in-the-pan indie noiseniks Daisy Chainsaw and noughties alt-rockers Queenadrena, and her American partner Chris Whittingham. LP and CD on One Little Indian. Both formats feature bonus CD Liar, Flower.
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Fufanu
The Dialogue Series

Over the course of 2018 Icelandic trio Fufanu released three EPs all entitled Dialogue. Now the ten tracks that made up those records are being released as one compilation entitled The Dialogue Series. The tracks herein veer between sleek, Depeche Mode-y synth-pop (‘Hourglass’) and slightly wackier numbers that have a little Gary Numan in them (‘My New Trigger’).
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Peluché
Unforgettable

Peluché self-identify as a ‘trip jam’ group, which basically means that they make neo-soul of a more psychedelic strain than your average bunch of cosmopolitan jazzers. It’s a good look for them. The London trio’s debut LP Unforgettable is a sensual and freewheeling affair that stands shoulder to shoulder with the likes Fatima’s Yellow Memories and The Internet's Hive Mind.
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Manu Delago
Parasol Peak

Have you ever seen Manu Delago play the handpan? If not then we recommend that you go find a video of him doing so. It’s really impressive stuff - so impressive that Delago can count Bugge Wesseltoft and Nitin Sawhney among the people who’ve called upon his talents (as have Olafur Arnalds and The Cinematic Orchestra, but everyone makes mistakes). He’s also a fixture of Björk’s live band these days. Parasol Peak is a film that Delago and some fellow musicians made where they trekked through the Alps, recording and playing as they went. This is the accompanying soundtrack LP. Lovely jubbly.
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Skunk Anansie
Paranoid & Sunburnt

Finally, after a wait of a few years we have a new repress of Skunk Anansie's scorching debut album, Paranoid & Sunburnt. Their sound was truly multi-racial and (unusually for the times and the height of Britpop) politically-charged. A heavy sound influenced by classic British metal (Sabbath) and sweaty, grimy funk (Sly Stone et al), the band thrust the corruscating and provocative Skin into a ready spotlight. And songs like "Selling Jesus" were the perfect showcase for that thrillingly powerful voice. On One Little Indian records.
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Alabama 3
Hits and Exit Wounds

Come on Norman Records™ customer, sing it! (8) Well, you woke up this morning Got yourself a One Little Indian reissue of Alabama 3’s 2008 compilation Hits and Exit Wounds Your mama always said you'd be the chosen one (8)   There’s all sorts here. The Sopranos’ theme is on it, of course, as are a fair few other choice morsels from down the years. But there are also hidden gems that make Hits and Exit Wounds worth a cop for even a seasoned A3 fan - an Orbital remix of ‘Ska’d For Life’, for instance. Altogether now!
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Skunk Anansie
Stoosh

Skunk Anansie’s sophomore LP is re-pressed for the first time in a while courtesy of One Little Indian. Not many bands cite Skin et al as an influence any more, but S A's heavy hybrid of funk, metal, post-punk and hard rock was simultaneously ahead of the curve and very much of its time. Stoosh - containing some of their biggest tunes in ‘Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good)’ and ‘Brazen (Weep)’ - still stands up as one of the group’s most potent statements.
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Bjork
Blissing Me

Taken from Bjork’s latest full length Utopia, here we have two remixes of the track Blissing Me. One with experimental artist serpentwithfeet’s (Tri Angle) unique gospel like voice, and the second removes everything except the harp and Bjork’s vocals. Limited 12” on One Little Indian.
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Black Box Recorder
Life Is Unfair

Black Box Recorder serve up a pretty damn definitive boxset here for those either wanting a comprehensive introduction to these 90’s indiemen or for long term fans who want the tasty rarities. Life Is Unfair contains three albums as well as an extra CD of rare and unreleased stuff (BBC Sessions, remixes and the like) and a DVD of a 2008 live performance. All for a very fair price on One Little Indian.
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Bjork
Arisen My Senses (Jlin, Lanark Artefax, Kelly Lee Owens Remixes)

Promising release from up-and-coming Icelandic artist Björk. One of the standouts of Utopia, ‘Arisen My Senses’ - a co-production with Arca - opens that LP with what can only be described as cautious bombast. Emerging from the love lockdown that was Vulnicura, ‘Arisen My Senses’ is the sound of dawn after a dark night of the soul. This EP comes fleshed out with weapons-grade remixes from Lanark Artefax, Jlin and Kelly Lee Owens.
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Björk
Joga

One Little Indian with a great Björk reissue here. ‘Jóga’, from 1997 LP Homogenic, remains one of the artist’s best-loved songs. Co-produced by Mark Bell, this is a majestic combination of baroque pop and electronica that takes the template of tracks like ‘Hyperballad’ to new heights. This accompanying EP (more of an LP, to be honest) is full of goodies - remixes by Alec Empire and Howie B, alternate versions of both the title track and ‘All Is Full Of Love’ and three rare Björk treats.
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Björk
Utopia

Utopia is Bjork’s ninth album, still with One Little Indian, still pushing boundaries artistically and sonically. The album’s artwork reflects the album’s themes and sound, apparently, but you have to be a better art critic than me to figure that out. Musically, Bjork worked with Venezuelan DJ Arca and a thirteen-piece flute orchestra. Lyrically, she is in an optimistic mood, pushing for some kind of Utopia as a necessity to escape the world we currently live in.
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Poppy Ackroyd
Resolve

Poppy Aykroyd continues to enhance our lives with her take on modern classical music. With a hypnotic persistence reminiscent of Nils Frahm, Philip Glass, and Hauschka, her compositions on Resolve will engulf you in spiralling patterns of piano, glitchy electronics, and whatever else she could find in the orchestra pit. And just to be absolutely positive: if you're expecting a Blues Brothers spin-off solo project, you will be disappointed.
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Björk
Vulnicura Strings (The Acoustic Version: Strings, Voice and Viola Organista Only)

Bjork is really treating her fans with this album round: following on from the marvellous original and the recent remix series, we now have a version of Vulcinara that strips everything back to just vocals and strings, with several new parts being recorded especially. Naturally the results are gorgeous. On One Little Indian.

Poppy Ackroyd
Feathers

Poppy hails from the big smoke, lives by the sea in Brighton (this is quite a common occurrence seemingly) and is apparently classically trained. She specialises in piano and violin but this second outing proper sees her expand her palette to incorporate other exciting musical items with the same such keys and twangy, screechy bits. Poppy is also a member of Hidden Orchestra who will be familiar to you if you are a bit of an acidsouljazzer like I'm not. Bummer. So much promise and excitement has now dissipated from my imagination. Feathers isn't about the person who is vacating the room I am just about to take in a house in Leeds this week. When I asked my new "landlady" how long it would take for the passage to be clear she laughed and commented "Oh Charlotte doesn't have much in the way of possessions.....just bags and bags of feathers". 

Tusks
Dissolve

Tusks, aka Emily Underhill, is a rising star of many talents. As producer, singer and multi-instrumentalist she if fully in control of her music, creating expansive, emotional pop from icy shards of synth, guitars and voice. Dissolve is her debut album, following on from the 2014 EP Ink. Her singular vision for her music has drawn comparisons to label-mate Bjork.
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Asgeir
Dýrð í dauðaþögn

Iceland, that place responsible for pretty much a one hundred percent return rate on excellent artists, offers up Asgeir along with all the rest, an indie pop songwriter working in more traditional conditions to create soulful, heartfelt songs we can all translate. His work is occasionally complemented with electronic flourishes that make for a crisp, intricate and occasionally surprising sound.
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Marry Waterson & David A. Jaycock
Death Had Quicker Wings Than Love

The second team-up between Marry Waterson and David A. Jaycock is an obsidian-dark folk record for haunted winter nights: I’m pleased to say it lives up to the promise of its none-more-gothic title Death Had Quicker Wings Than Love. Guests include John Parish, Kathryn Williams and Romeo Stodart. On One Little Indian.
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The Twilight Singers
She Loves You


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The Computers
Love Triangles, Hate Squares

"Love Triangles, Hate Squares" is a new track from the second album by The Computers, who weirdly don’t do electronica. Dealing with the perennial subject of the contemporary teenager from every era, it’s about being bored and getting stuck doing the same thing over and over. Much like writing about bands. There’s a limited number of words for ‘sounds’. Pink 7” vinyl.
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Cody ChesnuTT
My Love Divine Degree

Remember the wonderful track The Seed recorded by The Roots all those years ago? So do we. Unusually capitalised man Cody ChesnuTT did that very song first on his debut solo outing. You probably knew that. Atlanta, Georgia's finest finally brings us a new full-length with his distinctive blend of rock, funk, R&B, hip-hop and The Blues. My Love Divine is on One Little Indian. Vinyl and CD.
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Ásgeir
Afterglow

Asgeir is a member of The Lovely Lion and a native of Iceland, sometimes singing in the language. Afterglow is an album of sleekly modern electronic pop, with Asgeir’s voice dancing acrobatically around the swish tunes. Available on a variety of formats, including the deluxe 2CD version which has four extra bonus tracks. On One Little Indian.
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Björk
Vulnicura

Back from Iceland, Björk is bringing another piece of her wild and crazy pop history to us. Vulnicura is released on double vinyl, in a deluxe digipack or a classic CD, but as far as we know none of the editions includes any fancy Björk swanmade dresses. We tried to make it happen, we really did.
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Animals That Swim
Workshy

Animals That Swim are one of those 90’s indie bands deeply beloved of a small gang of close fans, but for the most part comfortably under the radar. But these bands quietly created some of that decade’s best music, and are well worth revisiting, as One Little Indian are doing with this reissue of Workshy, which even throws in some previously unreleased tracks to sweeten the deal.
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Fufanu
Sports

Spearheaded by the stabbing bass of the record's self-titled track, Sports, neo-psychadelic outfit Fufanu sound like a nu-rave version of such 1980's innovators as Joy Division and They Fall. Their electo-driven post-punk lies alongside a plethora of candid, almost spoken vocals - which makes this record both chilled and energetic.

s a r a s a r a
a m o r f a t i

It is impossible not to mention Bjork here. Signed to her label One Little indian, the debut album from french singer/songwriter/electronica-madwoman s a r a s a r a is tonal and heavy. A sort of uber R&B with Amon Tobin production values and Bjork-come-Coco Rosie vocals with a bits of Julianna Barwick layering.

Kathryn Williams & Anthony Kerr
The Resonator

Look past the quite frankly not-very-good cover art for The Resonator, and you will find an interesting leftwards turn in folk singer-songwriter Kathryn Williams’ career. She has set aside her own material and embraced the vibraphone of Anthony Kerr: together, the pair have taken on a set of jazz standards, making them into something new. The Resonator is released by One Little Indian.

Tusks
False

London based Emily Underhill has been snapped up by One Little Indian as Tusks. A Four tracks of diverse and slickly executed tracks with For You’s Cinematic Orchestra esque opening dropping into a spacious FKA Twigs style beat as pitched vocal chops swirl around and title track False being a slow build to a dramatic trip-hop/post-club that would sit nicely with London Grammar.
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God Damn
Everything Ever

God Damn heavy. God Damn funky, and hell, God Damn catchy. Back for their follow up album on One Little Indian, and they bring the 70s rock riff, 90s grunge rage the head bang-ability and thick singable guitar leads of Royal Blood or Muse, big double vocal choruses, and the fun of Red Fang, from Wolverhampton…….
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The Computers
Birth/Death

The Computers are members of a very exclusive set: rock bands that come from Exeter. It ain’t easy being a rocker in the South-West... Birth / Death is their third album of soulful garage action, and boy do these fellas put some energy into it. Out on One Little Indian, with cover art from veteran 4AD artist Vaughan Oliver.
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Björk
Vulnicura Live

Live recording of Icelandic songstress Bjork's grammy nominated album 'Vulnicura', which also saw her win best international female at The Brit Awards. Recorded on her 2015 tour, the album includes all the material from the original album, plus a few chosen from her previous work. Nicely packaged in a wound die-cut sleeve. 
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Michele Stodart
Pieces

Michele Stodart formed indie-pop band The Magic Numbers with her brother Romeo Stodart. Pieces is her second solo album. Musically it’s mainly Michele and an acoustic guitar although her ear for melody remains strong. Its subject matter is intentionally vague but covers life and weathering adversity.
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Samaris
Black Lights

Icelandic trio Samaris overcame great European distance to make their third album Black Lights, with the members split between The Hague, Berlin and assorted other locations. Hasn’t hindered them though: as well as bringing a touch of Berlin techno underpinning into the mix, they’ve also clarified their electronic pop ideas into something strong and catchy. On One Little Indian.

Wild Palms
Live Together, Eat Each Other

Wild Palms made a point of spending ages making this album, reimagining all the songs and finessing all the production details. 5 years on, they have Live Together, Eat Each Other to show off, an experimentally-tinged modern alternative pop album of a high standard. It’s out on One Little Indian.
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Dan Sartain
Century Plaza

One Little Indian release Dan Sartain’s record of snotty, no wave electro-pop. Century Plaza is available on vinyl LP and CD and is a sleazy ode to synthesizers, cheap drum machines and Alan Vega. Sartain’s witty lyrics and out-of-time croon update his beloved synth pop icons with style and energy.

Astrid Williamson
Requiem & Gallipoli

The One Little Indian label continue their great form with Astrid Williamson’s vinyl LP and CD of powerful neo-classical music. Requiem & Gallipoli blends solo piano, Williamson’s precise voice and varied orchestral accompaniment into her first longform classical composition. This is sad and rich chamber music.

Fufanu
Few More Days To Go

Fufanu mix together a strong dose of 80’s goth rock and a smaller dose of post-punk with modern day electronic production styles. Few More Days To Go is their first full-length album, and shows off their full range, including unexpected weird little interludes. CD or LP on the One Little Indian label.
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Marry Waterson & David A. Jaycock
Two Wolves

Marry Waterson is deeply immersed in England’s folk tradition, often performing with her family The Waterson Family (not to mention her cousin Eliza Carthy). For Two Wolves, she worked with fellow traveller David A. Jaycock, to produce a delicate set of songs that reflect on subjects including her family. On One Little Indian.
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Olga Bell
Incitation

Olga Bell has a knack for detail: some of the tracks on new mini-album Incitation are stripped back to the minimum of elements: clipped beats and distant bass backdrops. Bell’s excellent voice is always present though, sounding intimate and close in the midst of these wide, sparse soundscapes. On One Little Indian.

Björk
Notget (Lotic Fromdeath Version)

Part of Bjork’s Vulnicura remix series, in which a favoured artist is given a single sided 12” to reimagine one of the album’s tracks. This one is Lotic’s work, and he chooses to surround Bjork with a churn of organ loops and other, more unidentifiable sounds. The flipside of the vinyl is an etching. On One Little Indian.

Björk
History of Touches (Kramphaft Remix)

Always one with a taste for grand projects, Bjork has launched a remix series for her latest album Vulnicura, the remixers hand-chosen by Bjork from a pool of up-and-coming producers she admires. Kramphaft takes on History Of Touches with a lushly spacious cloud of synth choir and shuffling beats. On One Little Indian.

Surrounded
Oppenheimer and Woodstock


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Kathryn Williams
Hypoxia

‘Hypoxia’ is Liverpool born singer songwriter Kathryn Williams’ latest release. The album is inspired by Sylvia Plath’s cult classic coming of age novel ‘The Bell Jar’. Williams draws on the sonic textures of her 2011 release ‘The Pond’ whilst bringing a few new flavours to the table such as the glam rock guitars that emerge in the single ‘Mirrors’.
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Olof Arnalds
Palme

‘Palme’ marks the return from Icelandic singer and multi-instrumentalist Ólöf Arnalds. As her fourth full-length, this is Arnalds' most collaborative and poignant work to date: featuring alongside Arnalds are friends and luminaries Gunnar Örn Tynes (founder of electro-folk collective múm) and Skúli Sverrisson (also known for his work with Laurie Anderson, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Blonde Redhead).
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God Damn
Vultures

Midlands favourites God Damn have been playing remarkably loud sludge-rock around the UK for a few years now, and One Little Indian have decided that the band are worthy of the release of Vultures, their debut. A really grimy, pained sound, nailed to tunes that stick. Thirteen tracks, stretching all the way from the fast’n’heavy to the slow’n’heavy parts of what God Damn do.
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Björk
Biophilia Live

Directed by Nick Fenton (Submarine, The Selfish Giant) and Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) 'Biophilia live' is a concert documentary of Bjork's multimedia project performance at The Alexandra Palace in London towards the end of her 2013/14 tour. The show is a multi-platform, multi-instrumental, multi-media, mulit-everything extravaganza of music, art and design. Watching it is like climbing inside the mind of a mad Icelandic genius and realising that everything is going to be amazing.
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Olga Bell
Krai

A marriage of intelligence and beauty rendered more mysterious by the sole use of her native Russian, Krai by Olga Bell is a work as rich in history as it is in sound. Having worked with the likes of Dirty Projectors and Tom Vek, Brooklyn-based Bell shows here a talent all her own. Imagine Karin Elisabeth Dreijer tackling a Bjork album with the Kronos Quartet. Out on CD & vinyl LP from One Little Indian.

Kathryn Williams
Crown Electric

Kathryn Williams with a typically elegant collection of Brit-country here. Crown Electric is Williams’ 10th LP, and the quietly confident songwriting across this record is certainly the work of a seasoned artist. We’re willing to wager that Guy Garvey will be impressed by the wistful tug of cuts like ‘Heart Shaped Stone’ and ‘Monday Morning’.
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Stubborn Heart
Better Than This


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Imaginature


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Stubborn Heart
Stubborn Heart


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Flats
Better Living


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The Mighty Roars
Sellotape


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Wild Palms
Until Spring


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Wild Palms
To The Light House


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My Jerusalem
Gone For Good


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Pernice Brothers
Goodbye, Killer


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The Mighty Roars
Swine And Cockerel


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