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Air
Premiers Symptomes

Rhino Records are in the midst of a campaign of reissuing the discography of Air, the smooth, loungey French synth-charmers. Premiers Symptomes is, appropriately enough, their debut EP, initially released in 1997 to gather up some earlier singles. Pressed to proper 180g white vinyl and freshly remastered.
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Casanova 70

The electronic/ambient outfit so light they condensed into the water dripping down yer car window, Air made disco sleepy and made sleep disco. 'Cassanova 70' is proof of that with lovely new wave lullabies, which can then be flipped over for slick remixes by one Brendan Lynch. A lovely classic slice of turn-of-the-millenium electronica. You heard me. 
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Moon Safari

Remastered version 12” vinyl on Rhino. Moon Safari was the album that rocketed Air into, well, space. Couldn’t go to any record shop, or turn on any TV channel without hearing Sey Boy or Kelly Watch the Stars. Now it’s had the full treatment and back on vinyl. Comes with download code for digital versions.
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10,000 Hz Legend

Rhino Records are in the midst of a campaign of reissuing the discography of Air, the smooth, loungey French synth-charmers. 10,000 Hz Legend found the group stretching out their tracks into territories more experimental than their previous LP Moon Safari. Includes the robot-voice single ‘How Does It Make You Feel’. Pressed to proper 180g vinyl and freshly remastered.
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Kings of Convenience
Quiet Is The New Loud

Despite the fact that the Remote Viewer had coined the phrase months before, it was Kings of Convenience who hit pay dirt with 'Quiet is the New Loud'. This was their debut LP and was a sensational smash on release. Their winsome brand of Norwegian indie folk is indeed very quiet, but also very pretty and alluring. They sing in a near whisper and guitars intertwine in a loving manner. All their three albums have been re-issued for Record Store Day. 

Drew
Songs from The Devil's Chimney


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Playgroup
Playgroup


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