Opal Tapes Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

83 item(s) found.   Show filters »

D.Å.R.F.D.H.S.
Förintelsen & Döden

Michael Isorinne and Jonas Rönnberg aka Varg make up the Swedish electronic duo D.Å.R.F.D.H.S. Opal Tapes are reissuing their early cassette album Förintelsen & Döden, remastered, on vinyl. The album became a cult classic due to its mix of uncompromising electro, industrial, pulsating sounds which pass by with no let-up.
  • Label(s):
  • Opal Tapes

Gondwana
Miccaotli

Sold out

Ptwiggs
Darkening Of Light

You've tried FKA Twigs now try Ptwiggs a completely different brand of twig who brings along a kind of gothic industrial music with heavy, heavy drums and warnings of auto-tuned vocals. It's yearning and dark with ethereal songs about poisoned Russian cities blending together a kind of post punk and electronica template. Dare we say Zola Jesus? Only time will tell.   
  • Vinyl LP (OPAL165)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
  • Label(s):
  • Opal Tapes

SDEM
IIRC

Sold out

Soft Issues
Soft Issues

Soft Issues, Leeds’ finest new power electronics outfit, release their debut full-length via Opal Tapes (Karen Gwyer, Wanda Group). A duo who also turn out for (among others) Cattle and The Shits, together they make a screeching racket of electronic drums, synths and machine malfunctions. This is all topped off by vocals that range from a snarl to a scream. We hear they love Afrobeat, though there's no evidence of that across these eleven tracks. 50p extra garlic.

R.H.G.T.
Depersonalisation

R.H.G.T. - Red Hook Grain Terminal to you, Jordan Edge to his mum - drops a cassette of brutalised electronica through the always excellent Opal Tapes (D.U.D.S., Gondwana). Depersonalisation has three modes: abrasive deconstructed club fare that sits at the limit of what Yves Tumor could come up with; hissing lo-fi beats that sound like a really beaten-up Madlib record being played on a really beaten-up turntable; and forays into pure industrial noise ala Prurient. Depersonalisation is not exactly easy on the ears, but it’s very good stuff.
  • Tape (OPAL137)
  • £7.99 £7.19 (saving: £0.80)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Label(s):
  • Opal Tapes

Siavash Amini & Matt Finney
Second Shift

Sold out

Selm
Kreise

Sold out

Gosheven
Bivaq

Sold out

Positive Centre
The Leaf Switch

Sold out

Emra Grid
Shay’s Vacation House

Sold out

Domiziano Maselli
Ashes

Sold out

Angelo Harmsworth
Kompressor

Sold out

$$$TAG$$$
Crowd Surfing

Sold out

AJA
AJA

Sold out

Yeah You
KHOT<

Sold out

Shadows
Particles Of Life

Sold out

Acre
Hollow Body

Sold out

Cosmin Nicolae
Semnal

Sold out

David Terry
Sorrow

Sold out

Various
The Harvest Of A Quiet Eye

Sold out

Chafik Chennouf
Dual Aspect

Sold out

E-Saggila
Lux Campaign

Sold out

Hainbach
No Need For Rain

Sold out

Binary Digit
Acid Drop

Sold out

Evitceles
Imperfect Charm

Sold out

WANDA GROUP
Piss Fell Out Like Sunlight

Sold out

XCDVR
Cold Slab

Sold out

Basic House
Government

Sold out

Finn McNicholas
Concrescence

Sold out

Gosheven
Leaper

Sold out

K. Reinshagen
Dominati Symbols

Sold out

R
Man Of War

Sold out

Vargdöd
Brutal Disciplin

Sold out

Domenico Crisci
Body Punishment

Sold out

Bronze Teeth
Artex

Sold out

Facialmess
The Onedin Line

Sold out

German Army
Te Ano

Sold out

YancityGurl
Shadow Medium

Sold out

Död
Muscle Trax

Sold out

Your Planet Is Next
Virgo Moon

Sold out

E-Saggila
Old Orders Of Beauty

Sold out

Emra Grid
The Same Face

Sold out

Kaumwald
Rapa Nui Clan

Kaumwald are too rhythmic to be a full-on electroacoustic / noise group, but too gorgeously messy to be straight techno producers. This isn’t some cheap ‘noise techno’ either, but a thick morass of textures: harsh bass blasts, fiddly clicks, heavily-processed vocals and plenty else besides. Something you can really sink your claws into. Latest LP Rapa Nui Clan is out on Opal Tapes.
  • Label(s):
  • Opal Tapes

Gultskra Artikler
Industria

Sold out

Pierrot Lunaire
Dog Chakra

Sold out

Helm & Decimus
We Will Meet At Other Human Parties

Helm (of Luke Younger and Alter Records) & Decimus (Put Murano, NNCK, Kellipah) sees the two come together for a collaborative album, interestingly called; We Will Meet At Other Human Parties. The cover artwork for this one is unnerving enough but the looping, grinding and gurgling sounds within take it to a realm of its own. Desolate bells toll and synths gurgle as if alive, or indeed, undead.

Lumisokea
Transmissions from Revarsavr

Sold out

MCMXCI (1991)
Skogen, Flickan och Flaskan

Sold out

Body Boys
Hood Spectrum

Sold out

Patricia
Bem Inventory

Sold out

CAO
Marginal Virgin

Sold out

Basic House / Metrist
The World Is Order, Incarnate

Sold out

Cremation Lily
Radiance and Instability

Sold out

Basic House
Caim In Bird Form

Sold out

OOBE
SFTCR

Sold out

Naka Naka
Juan Pestañas

Sold out

Basic House
Cryptid Binaries

Sold out

Personable
Alternate​/​Other

Sold out

Michael Vallera
Distance

Sold out

Body Boys
No Face

Sold out

Ford Foster & William Watts
Ford Foster & William Watts

Sold out

Gondwana
Aum

Sold out

O/H
Future Ready

Sold out

Masks
Food Plus Drug (II)

Sold out

Siobhan
Southgate

Sold out

HOLOVR
Holo Earth

Sold out

Alley Catss & S Olbricht
Alley Catss & S Olbricht

Sold out

KETEV
KETEV

Sold out

Austin Cesear & Stefan Jós
Austin Cesear & Stefan Jós

Sold out

James Place
An Entire Matchbook A Night

Sold out

Lumisokea
Apophenia

Sold out

Kaumwald
Hantasive

Sold out

  • Label(s):
  • Opal Tapes

Shapednoise
Until Human Voices Wake Us

Sold out