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Diamond & The Psychotic Neurotics
Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop

Diamond D’s 1992 debut LP gets a vinyl reissue. Known for being one of the formative records of the NYC hip-hop underground, Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop also features early performances by future stars of the scene. Fat Joe and Big L show up with guest verses, and there are produ...view item »

Daniel Pemberton / Various
Man From U.N.C.L.E (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

A new version of the popular 1960’s TV show, Guy Ritchie tackles The Man From U.N.C.L.E for the big screen. Containing the likes of Nina Simone’s Take Care Of Business nestling amongst Daniel Pemberton’s lounge jazz musings, it’s a wide-ranging collection of sounds for fans of the film. Out on li...view item »

Jeff Russo
Fargo - Original Soundtrack: Season 3

Soundtrack to the third instalment of the Fargo TV series, which takes it roots from the Coen brothers’s film. Composed by Jeff Russo, who is also a member of American rock band Tonic and acoustic band Low Stars. Mirroring the pitch black comedy crime style of the show it shifts f...view item »

Ramin Djawadi
Game of Thrones - Music from the HBO Series: Season 6 (Coloured Tour Edition)

Game of Thrones: the show where people get hit with swords and everyone shrugs. Season six saw the grand plot twist of a person dying but then undying, and also some other stuff happened -- presumably while it snowed. This time around, composer Ramin Djawadi went properly next level on the score, offering some stu...view item »

Ramin Djawadi
Game of Thrones - Music from the HBO Series: Season 5 (Coloured Tour Edition)

The original soundtrack to season 5 of everyone’s favourite fantasy-flick, Game of Thrones. Here with have the atmospheric and captivating compositions of Ramin Djawadi, including the iconic main title theme. Spread over two vinyl LPs, the score spans an array of emotion and has something for fans and non-...view item »

Ramin Djawadi
Game of Thrones - Music from the HBO Series: Season 4 (Coloured Tour Edition)

Have you ever heard of that bloodthirsty fantasy TV show called 'Game Of Thrones', based on that set of tomes (also known as books) called 'A Song of Ice and Fire' by George R. R. Martin? If you have, then you have probably also been freaked out/unsettled/made to feel less-than-whole by its soundtrack, which is scored by the ever creepy mood-set...view item »

Modest Mouse
The Moon & Antarctica

I'm enjoying a nice nostalgic start to a long day's reviewing with this newly-reissued Modest Mouse gem. Their third album proper, this was the one where they really started polishing their rough and visceral countrified indie rock into the more refined and measured alt-pop that's earned them the household name status they enjoy today...I kind o...view item »

Slowdive
Souvlaki

A much needed reissue of Slowdive’s second album, Souvlaki from 1993. Hailed as their best album, it doesn’t take long to see why; the classics are on here and they’re ready to make your eyes glaze over, your shoulders slump and your whole body just sink under the bed covers as their blissed, r...view item »

Slowdive
Just For A Day

Slowdive have their debut reissued on wax by Music On Vinyl. When Creation released this in 1991 a sticker on the front read "like a mind altering substance, without the risk". Compare it to Souvlaki and Pygmalion and decide on your favourite. Lets this 180 gram...view item »

Built To Spill
Keep It Like A Secret

Ah, gotta love a bit of Built To Spill. This classic album, first released in 1997 saw the band experiment with a bigger, cleaner, and tighter sounds - courtesy of the luxuries of a well-stocked Warners studio no doubt. Anyway, this is the album that put Bult To Spill on the map. A map that should come in handy as they crank up the tour ...view item »

Comus
First Utterance

Hark friend, do you hear? It's the LEGENDARY SHIT alarm ringing in your ear. An official 180g reissue, from the original master tapes no less, of one of the most insane (and influential) experimental folk records of all time, one that really, truly earns the retrospective 'freak folk' tag more than almost any of the comparatively tame and conven...view item »

Slowdive
Blue Day

Here is the classic latter day Record Store Day item. A vinyl edition of Slowdive's 1992 compilation 'Blue Day'. At least its not ludicrously limited, 2000 of you have the chance of owning or re-owning these selected tracks taken from their first three EP's. Considered a joke in their lifetime, Slowdive are now one of the most revered bands on t...view item »

Hans Zimmer
Dunkirk (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

This score is probably closest to the incidental music from one of the Nolan Batman films. It's tense and dramatic without necessarily building to a conclusion. The elegiac finale is instead someone's fantasy on Elgar's "Nimrod" from the Enigma Variations, which is after all one of the most perfectly glorious, English orchestral works of that pl...view item »

Guru
Jazzmatazz

2018 marks a quarter-century since the drop of Guru’s groundbreaking Jazzmatazz, Volume 1. With the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Ghostface Killah making great records with a live jazz group in recent years, this re-pressing of the late Gang Starr MC’s 1993 ma...view item »

The Modern Lovers
The Modern Lovers

If you are looking for the missing link in between the Velvet Underground and the Ramones, buy this record. There were a few essential bands from this time period - the NY Dolls, the Dictators and ...view item »

Hans Zimmer
Interstellar Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

According to composer Hans Zimmer, the only information he was given before having to come up with the basic idea, in one day, for the score for ‘Interstellar’, was an envelope from director Christopher Nolan with a note saying “Once we become parents, we can’t help but look at ourselves through the eyes of our children.&...view item »


Duke Reid Rock's Steady

Music On Vinyl take a look at Trojan’s back catalogue and pick a couple of releases for reissue. Duke Reid Rock's Steady compiles many great reggae and rocksteady artists, including tracks from Phyllis Dillon, Alton Ellis, Three Tops, The Techniques, and T...view item »

Johann Johannsson
The Theory of Everything

For his new biopic about Stephen Hawking, James Marsh opted to concentrate on the romantic history of the popular scientist, attempting to unveil the beginning, middle and end of his shared life with Jane Wilde Hawking, whose memoir is used as the film’s source material. Johann Johannsson’s soundtrack, then, is a record of fitting em...view item »

Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries
Dubb Everlasting

Though the cover might read Dubb Everlasting, Errol Brown’s 1975 LP is officially known as Everlasting Dub. With the ‘Riddim Twins’ Sly & Robbie providing the rocksteady grooves, Brown spins out these melodic and busy dubs with style and aplomb. The album originally had a ...view item »


Lost Highway

Soundtrack to David Lynch’s 1997 outer-body nightmare Lost Highway. Produced and compiled by Trent Reznor, features tracks from David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, The Smashing Pumpkins, and original material from long t...view item »

Sufjan Stevens & Ryuichi Sakamoto / Various
Call Me By Your Name

Well this is a mess. Sold into us as a collaboration between American indie darling Sufjan Stevens and Japanese contemporary legend Ryuichi Sakamoto this is actually a Various Artists soundtrack with two Sakamoto tracks and three Sufjan tracks. There's other people on like...er...er The Psychedelic ...view item »

Tindersticks
Simple Pleasure (Expanded Edition)

Simple Pleasures is the fourth album by Tindersticks, and a great example of the band’s mid-90’s songcraft. In fact, Simple Pleasures marks the beginning of a movement towards lighter songs, with more soul and gospel in them. This reissue adds twelve bonus tracks, including a remix by Adrian...view item »

The Art of Noise
In Visible Silence

This is the first Art of Noise record that didn't feature producer Trevor Horn and motormouth Paul Morley yet it did still feature a top ten hit in 'Peter Gunn'. Though the sound was perhaps watered down from the adventurous early recordings, the album still showed enough invention to maintain Art of Noise as being one of the 80...view item »

808 State
Gorgeous

No, this isn't on par with the greatest 808 works, but there are still complex, creative beats and soaring synths on this album. I would love to hear this stuff performed at a club. Tracks like "Plan 9" and "Nimbus" are brilliant displays of technical skill with soul. There's also an organic grind to many of the songs that, chronologically speak...view item »

Swervedriver
Mezcal Head

Originally released in 1993 through A & M and Creation, now Swervedriver’s second album has been reissued through Music on Vinyl on numbered copies. Mezcal Head was lauded over by the music press at the time and is still seen as one of the best shoegaze albums today. Limited edition comes with booklet....view item »

MGMT
Congratulations

Lauded as the true heirs to Flaming Lips' majestic widescreen psychedelic pop throne (I'd like to see what that physically manifested itself as, can someone do me a drawing?), these guys put me off by dressing like berks and having some woeful R1 DJ voicing adverts for their last "opus" late at night whilst I was trying to watch something...view item »

Tindersticks
Tindersticks (2nd album)

Tindersticks reached new dramatic heights with their eponymous second studio album. Thematically, it covers the same profoundly dark territory as their debut album, the key difference being that their previous minimalist, guitar ridden aesthetic is surpassed by more outspoken deliveries backed by boastful, soaring arrangements. Tindersticks II i...view item »

Madlib
Shades Of Blue

Shades of Blue is an incredible sampling of Blue Note, and holds many excellent tracks. In some places, the track doesn't do justice to the artist (and indeed some deserving artists like Quincy Jones and John Coltrane aren't even recognized, though they should be), but when limited to only one 80 minute album, Madlib does a brilliant job coverin...view item »

Catherine Wheel
Ferment

Coming in at a solid no 23 in Pitchfork's Top Shoegaze albums, Music on Vinyl have had the good sense to issue Catherine Wheel's now classic 'Ferment' on vinyl. It contains several despatches of noisy shoegaze which is clear cut and rocky rather than woozy. Perhaps closer to Ride than anything else the band...view item »

Screaming Trees
Sweet Oblivion

"Sweet Oblivion" was the second of three major label albums for Screaming Trees. It was released at the height of the grunge boom in 1992. The first single from the album, and arguably the band's best song, "Nearly Lost You" was featured on the soundtrack to the Cameron Crowe film "Singles" which celebrated the Seattle music scene. "Swee...view item »

Philip Glass
Jane (Original Motion Picture Soundtracks)

The minimalist pioneer’s score for Brett Morgen’s documentary about chimpanzee researcher Jane Goodall. The hour-long soundtrack features music that runs the gamut from full-on orchestral bombast to understated piano pieces coloured with subtle use of strings. Those &n...view item »

Demon Fuzz
Afreaka!

A crucial fact stated about Demon Fuzz is that they all immigrated to Britain from old Commonwealth nations. This shows in their blend of funky/psych-rock/jazz fusion record, and only record, Afreka!...view item »

Sly & The Family Stone
There's A Riot Goin' On

A stone-cold classic brought back to vinyl LP by Music on Vinyl. What more can be said about Sly & The Family Stone’s groovy, incendiary and unique There’s a Riot Goin’ On? This is deep and inventive funk full of the tightest playing imaginable and soulful, politicised voca...view item »

Raymond Scott
Manhattan Research Inc.

Weird electronic music from Raymond Scott. This unique Triple LP has a futuristic feel to it. In other words it presents a bold view into the future from the time these sounds were recorded: the 50's and 60's. This collection of spoofs consists of previously unreleased material from Raymond Scott. They were made with electronic musical instrumen...view item »

Rico & The Rudies
Blow Your Horn

Unavailable on any format since its original 1969 release, Rico & The Rudies' Blow Your Horn is back on Trojan and in full, flaming colour (who doesn’t love orange vinyl?). This is a stellar record, Rico Rodriguez’s soulful West Indian trombone jiving playfully with The Rudies’ London-spiked roots reggae. R...view item »

The Veils
The Runaway Found

The Veils new album called The Runaway Found on Rough Trade  - this sounds a lot  like 80's indie pop bands such as Close Lobsters and The Go Betweens. This is excellent and harks back to a time where guitars chimed and singers crooned....view item »

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
B.R.M.C.

The Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is one of the few gems that gives insight into the monochrome world of black leather and chain smoking romanticism. Born out of the prismatic state of California, the band have been branded many genre titles including neo-psychedelia, garage punk, folk revival, and shoe-gaze. "B.R.M.C." is perhaps fans most favour...view item »

Paul Giovanni
The Wicker Man

Pretty much what it boils down to is that if you like the music from the film, you'll like this soundtrack. I can't imagine anyone else but a fan of the film wanting to hear or buy this. The sound quality is top notch and the songs are grand, (though most folks tend to think they're just silly as hell) yet you definitely have to be in the mood f...view item »

Ken Boothe
Everything I Own

Described by some as the most iconic Jamaican soul singer of his generation, Ken Boothe’s Everything I Own is back on vinyl for the first time since its original release in 1974. The record is a must have for reggae fans and soul fans alike. The release features the original analogue mastering and album art for tr...view item »

Nai Palm
Needle Paw

Hiatus Kaiyote’s brilliant leader, Nai Palm, delivers her debut record as something of an anthology. Acoustic tunes from her band’s oeuvre make an appearance, as do tributes to certain fellas of the canon, including Jimi Hendrix and the maybe-suing-you Radiohead. She ...view item »

Idlewild
100 Broken Windows

100 Broken Windows is the second album from Scottish guitar slingers Idlewild. This was the one when they got nearest to perfecting their take on '90s guitar rock. There's a huge REM influence in both Roddy Woomble's nasal twang and in their plaintive melodies but these lads are also as loud and powerfu...view item »

The Coral
Magic & Medicine

And finally The Coral album  (Magic & Medicine) has just arrived. Only heard the 1st few tracks but it sounds ace. There's not many bands which are hyped which I like. Usually I can't understand what the fuss is about. They write such top tunes. Not really heard enough of it to write much about it yet but it ...view item »

The Coral
The Coral

The Coral take us on a sonic trip to spliffsville and back, mixing many musical styles into one brew. Hard rock, psychedelia, electronica all add flavour with guitars screaming on some tracks, played lovingly on others, some kick in with dark and dreary keyboards similar to something from The Adams Family. "Is it any good though?" You ma...view item »


Reservoir Dogs (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Twenty five years since this classic movie was issued so here's the soundtrack pressed onto red and clear vinyl. It's an eccentric series of '70s songs that you would never listen to in any other circumstances with the highlights being Harry Nilsson's ridiculous 'Coconut', Stealers Wheel, Joe Tex and others.  ...view item »

Lords Of The Underground
Here Come The Lords

Lords of the Underground’s 1993 debut gets a 25th anniversary reissue with Music On Vinyl (in this case, music on green vinyl). Unmistakable golden-age early 1990s hip-hop with a lingering trace of swinging 80s electro, ol’ LOTUG hold their own brilliantly both as witty MCs and as groovemakers....view item »

Cowboy Junkies
The Trinity Session

Cowboy Junkies famously recorded The Trinity Session in just one night with just one microphone in 1987, and yet thirty years later we are still listening to this beautiful suite of Americana / country music. This reissue of The Trinity Session adds two tracks that didn’t feature on the original release, ...view item »

808 State
Don Solaris

Don Solaris draws together all corners of the electronic music world to create a gritty, cohesive sound that is a true joy to listen to. There's a good smattering of gritty drum-n-bass and industrial dance tracks in here, to be sure, but the real strength of the album lies in the vocal cuts, which are each different and molded around the individ...view item »

Philip Glass
Heroes Symphony

Based on one of David Bowie’s most avant-garde, experimental albums ‘Heroes’, the album ‘Heroes Symphony’ (aka ‘Symphony #4 “Heroes”’) was produced by American composer Philip Glass in 1996. Comprising a rich orchestra of string and wind instruments, Glass approaches the material from the opp...view item »

Tricky
Maxinquaye

Tricky’s Maxinquaye has retained its power and significance long after the term / scene that it first appeared in, trip-hop, has faded from favour. Working closely with vocalist Martina Topley-Bird, Tricky lurks his way around some real classics. 180 gram vinyl reissue for the 20t...view item »

Dave Grusin
3 Days Of The Condor (Original Soundtrack Recording)

Sydney Pollack’s 1975 thriller Three Days Of The Condor, a tale of murder, espionage and intrigue, comes with a very fine soundtrack by Dave Grusin, a jazz pianist. As well as plenty of jazz flavours, the soundtrack suite dabbles in exactly the kind of soul and funk you want in a spy film. Now ava...view item »

Mew
And The Glass Handed Kites

The Danish band who straddle arena rock and indie pop once released this really great record called 'And The Glass Handed Kites', and it was dreamy: it veered towards the prog side of alt rock but swung mostly with its heart, and now it's being reissued for RSD to remind us of the past power of Mew. ...view item »

Dorothy Ashby
Dorothy's Harp

The harp isn’t the first instrument that comes to mind when you think of jazz soloists, but the late Dorothy Ashby made it her unlikely axe and enjoyed an 11-album career. Her 1969 album features funky interpretations of The Beatles’ Fool on the Hill, Bacharach & David’s Th...view item »

Mr Bungle
Mr Bungle

Classic Mike Patton-fronted circus skank gets a reissue by Music On Vinyl. The band's debut release, Mr. Bungle soundtracks the antics of a misfit clown, and it's just as bonkers as you'd expect from the cover. This pressing is on 2 transparent purple slabs of wax with an etched D side, oh the surprises! Note this is only avai...view item »

Jessica Curry
Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture (Original Soundtrack)

Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture is a PS4 game of advanced non-linear design. Given that the game’s story has the heavy and emotionally resonant setting of post-apocalyptic world, it is appropriate that Jessica Curry’s original soundtrack is a somberly beautiful set pieces for orchestra, choir and sopra...view item »

The Walker Brothers
Nite Flights

My introduction to Scott Walker was a quite recent TV showing of Scott Walker: 30th Century Man documentary. I got to see the documentary two times, and both showings got me deeper and deeper into the world of Walker. I've been an electronic dance music DJ for over two decades, concentrating mainly in techno, I...view item »

The Velvet Underground
Collected

Greatest hits comps of legendary and well-documented bands are rarely inspiring, but this double LP Velvets collection makes for a decent overview of their work. As well as the obvious highlights like Heroin and Venus in Furs, generous samplings of the first three albums include longer experimenta...view item »

Queens Of The Stone Age
Lullabies To Paralyze

How do you follow one of the greatest rock albums of recent times? It’s a difficult one but it’s a quandary Queens Of The Stone Age were faced with after their monumental classic “Songs For The Deaf”. I think they went about it the right way with “Lullabies To Paralyze” though, took it in a different direction...view item »

The Strokes
Is This It

And I guess the one that most of you are into would be the Strokes LP and I can confirm it's quite useful. If you liked the singles there's absolutely no reason as to why you would not want this LP. Very American sounding, very Fall sounding, kind of New Wave and a little punky but poppy too. Th...view item »

Catherine Wheel
Chrome

'90s shoegazers Catherine Wheel were one of the few shoegazers to truly cross over to the American market. They did this by simply rocking out. 'Chrome' showcases them rockifying their previously dreamy sound with heavy big riffing guitars, growly impassioned vocals and thumping drums. Here's your chance to hear it all again....view item »

Iggy & The Stooges
Raw Power

It's called 'Raw Power', but much of the conversation around this seminal punk rock record from Iggy Pop & The Stooges is about its recording. Originally mastered by David Bowie, it got the remaster treatment from Iggy himself just over a decade ago, showing off both's approach to these ferocious songs. Both are available on this reissue fro...view item »

They Might Be Giants
Flood

Why is the world in love again? Why are we marching hand in hand? Why are the ocean levels rising up? It's a brand new reissue for 2014, They Might Be Giants' 1990 album 'Flood'! This is the one with 'Birdhouse In Your Soul' and 'Your Racist Friend' and 'Istanbul' and 'We Want A Rock' and you've probably wanted it on vinyl for ages, hooray for t...view item »

808 State
808:90 (Expanded)

Think back to 1989 and the heyday of house and techno raves. You had a great time losing your mind and body to 808 State didn’t you? Now you can jog your memory again with this reissue of the electronic explorer’s second album, 808:90, presented in expanded form with 8 bonus tracks. Double LP set pressed on ...view item »

John Zorn
Spy vs Spy

Acting almost as a precursor to John Zorn’s jazz thrash group Naked City 1989’s Spy Vs. Spy see Zorn arrange pieces by Ornette Coleman into near terrifying cacophony inspired greatly by hardcore, grindcore and thrash acts such as Blind Idiot God and ...view item »

Alexandre Desplat
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2

Renowned film composer Alexandre Desplat was drafted in to provide the soundtrack to the grand finale to the Harry Potter film franchise. The Deathly Hallows Part 2 is suitably dark and brooding in tone, Desplat successfully representing the proximity to doom the characters experience. Black vi...view item »

Screaming Trees
Dust: Expanded Edition

Dust is album number seven by the Mark Lanegan-helmed Screaming Trees. It also happens to be their last full album before disbanding. First released in 1996, Dust is a dark and bluesy record of tough American post-grunge, haunting and heavy. This 2CD expanded reissue edition includes B-sides, l...view item »

Cranes
Forever

The 1993 album by British shoegazers Cranes is now being made available again on vinyl! Forever is perhaps the best-loved of the band’s albums, with an all-round gorgeous sheen cast over the songs, some of which overwhelm with full-band power, and others of which peel things back to just piano and voice. Limited e...view item »

John Williams
Steven Spielberg & John Williams - The Ultimate Collection

Ultimate gets a double underlining here I think, maybe more. John Williams and Steven Spielberg’s 40 year collaboration has been responsible for the likes of Jaws, Indiana Jones, Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan, Hook, E.T. and many more. Mad...view item »

The Residents
Diskomo / Goosebump EP (Expanded)

As is now traditional for The Residents, here is an old EP in significantly expanded format, reissued for Record Store Day. 1980’s Diskomo Goosebump EP (Expanded) contains all the original tracks (many of which were played on toy instruments) as well as three extra bonus tracks dating from 1992 and 2000. ...view item »

Mr Bungle
Disco Volante

Disco Volante is the second studio album by American experimental Rock band Mr. Bungle. Released in 1995, it is considered by many to be the most experimental of all their albums, picking up inspiration from a wide variety of musical styles including Death Metal, Techno, ‘50s space age Pop, musique concrète and Italian avant-garde....view item »

Miles Davis
Black Beauty / Miles Davis At Fillmore West

One of the true legends of Jazz in the 20th century, Miles Davis delivers a ferocious and innovative jazz-rock performance at Filmore West, San Francisco. Recorded live in 1970, Black Beauty features Davis' blistering muted trumpets on the backdrop of a fine-tuned jazz ensemb...view item »

Philip Glass
Low Symphony

Philip Glass took three recordings from the sessions of 'Low' -- David Bowie's most famous collaboration with Brian Eno, and his first foray into kraut influenced rock (the first in his Berlin trilogy) -- and turned them into this symphony. The tracks in question are all instrumentals: "Warszawa", "Subterraneans" and "Some Are". It was performed...view item »

Upsetters
Double Seven

Largely consider one Lee “Scratch” Perry’s best early works with his Upsetters, Double Seven was originally released in 1973 and now Music On Vinyl have done this short press reissue, the first on vinyl in 22 years. Features songs with David Isaacs and U-Roy...view item »

Tom Holkenborg
Dark Tower (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Dutch multi-instrumentalist and composer Tom Holkenborg AKA Junkie XL, who cut his teeth in groups such as A Forest Called Mulu, Empyrean Dub, and Mambo Jambo went on to soundtrack films including Black Mass, Batman Vs. Superman, Deadpool...view item »

Idlewild
Hope Is Important

Reissue of Scottish rockers Idlewild’s 1998 debut, Hope Is Important. The bare bones of a band figuring themselves out and laying messy, chaotic and raw foundations for a fruitful future. An early journey for the band in emo indulgences and raucous guitar-thrashing. Peak noisy nineties stuff. 180g reissue on Music On Vinyl...view item »

Raymond Scott
Soothing Sounds For Baby Vols 1-3

Here's something to annoy your infant with. If you let your kid listen to this he's likely to think he's on another planet. Not that he knows what this planet is all about. All us grown ups who could use a bit of infant wonder back in our heads will very much dig this music - it's great stuff. In fact, I prefer this to the some Eno discs I have ...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 »

Raekwon
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx

Rae's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx is an early Wu-Tang solo classic, responsible for sequels and known for classic sampling from the RZA in primetime. This is one of the Wu's most intricately told stories, a record about drugs in New York told through some of the best hooks with some of t...view item »

Clint Mansell
Black Swan - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Clint Mansell’s soundtrack to the 2010 Darren Aronofsky film Black Swan is a remarkable thing, taking key elements of Tchaikovsky’s original Swan Lake and recontextualising them, just as the film does. Familiar themes rise and fall, surrounded by more modern orchest...view item »

White Zombie
La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol.1

Let’s go back to 1992, when white people with dreadlocks was a thing and when those people played heavy metal of all things. 1992 is the year La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol.1 was released by White Zombie...view item »

KRS One
Return Of The Boom Bap

Music On vinyl present this special reissue of KRS One’s debut full length album Return Of The Boom Bap, on vinyl for the first time since 1995. Includes the defining...view item »

The Pioneers
Long Shot

Some might say Music On Vinyl are providing a bit of a public service here, announcing that they are reissuing a load of Trojan Records’ greatest from their back catalogue. Starting with The Pioneers’ boss reggae classic Long Shot, released in 1969, but hasn’t been available on vinyl since 1980....view item »

The Residents
Intermission

Available on 180 gram clear vinyl on Music on Vinyl. Avantgarde and anonymous art collective The Residents Originally released Intermissions in 1982. They made it very clear that it was not the 3rd chapter of the Mole trilogy (which seemed to never actually exist), but a cutting of related materials. Limited repressing ...view item »

Leonard Cohen
Field Commander Tour 1979

This live album was recorded in Hammersmith Odeon, London and in Brighton. Leonard Cohen has said it was his best tour ever, and with the six piece backup transforming his simple music and raising it to the heights, it’s a beautiful capture of his iconic sound from the place where music, poetry and romance intertwine....view item »

The Veils
Nux Vomica

This is the highly anticipated second record by the London based indie-rock outfit The Veils. A cracking show of musicianship and a Libertines-esque approach to the lead vocals on the record from Finn Andrews. A true and laid back record that shows hints of perhaps the direction of indie in the future. Nux Vomica is ava...view item »

The Veils
Sun Gangs

The Veils' penchant for sharp guitar melodies, affecting acoustic slow-burners, and Andrews' inimitable vocals and nakedly emotional lyrics remain just as fine-tuned as ever before. While the record ends with a disappointing whimper, Andrews and his supporting cast have made another worthy addition to the band's neglected discography, one that fail...view item »

The Chemical Brothers
Hanna - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The 2011 teenage assassin film Hanna was soundtracked by electronic big boys The Chemical Brothers, who do a great job. When unsettling backdrops are needed, they’ve got them, although Hanna does also give them a few opportunities for quality superstar DJ antics. 180g transparent red viny...view item »

Sly and The Revolutionaries
Black Ash Dub

They were the most infamously wicked rhythm section in Jamaica. Many of the finest studio musicians of the time made up The Revolutionaries, including of course the amazing drummer Sly Dunbar and his most trusted and venerable sideman, Robbie Shakespeare. When recording Black Ash Dub&nb...view item »

Slowdive
Pygmalion

Souvlaki was a high point of shoegaze, Pygmailion took the sound several stages further at the time, this leap forward was too much for most fans at the time to apreciate, but like all great albums show how far ahead of the game slowdive were at that time the songs have beautiful minimalism and have great use of sonics used, with the pauses with...view item »

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