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The Quietus Phonographic Corporation Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Sex Swing
Sex Swing

More kraut racket for your worn out ears but this time with legs. This collective contain members of Part Chimp, Mugstar, Dethscalator and Earth and this is a brazen and rackety take on the Suicide/Silver Apples blueprint with squawking sax adde...view item »


The Quietus Phonographic Corporation presents the debut album from Chrononautz, a duo who have been playing out their analogue techno in the Leeds live scene for some time. Noments brings them to a wider stage, spreading out two side-long, improvisatory tracks that wander through ambience to a series of heavy highs. Pre...view item »


The name of the record label, Quietus Phonographic Corporation, is not a misnomer. Hubris is a record on which readings from boss-man John Doran’s book, Jolly Lad, are accompanied by music from a number of Quietus favourites: Nicky Wire, Hamilton and Abi from British Sea Power...view item »

The Charlatans
Talking In Tones

The latest single from the Charlatans, a teaser for their as-yet-untitled 12th album, is being put out by none other than our friends at the Quietus! Apparently it's strange, haunting pop with Onyeabor-inspired rhythms and a big chorus, with Quietus alumni Grumbling Fur providing a "cone-friendly" remix on the other side....view item »

Grumbling Fur

I've got the new Grumbling Fur at the top of my review bucket this morning. "Gonna be huge", enthuses Phil. "Kinda Depeche Mode", says a somewhat more objective post-it note stuck to the promo. Both opinions are probably correct, but somewhat reductive. This lot are of course a sophisti-pop super...view item »

East India Youth
Hostel EP

This record is two firsts rolled into one. It’s the debut EP of 22-year-old synthpop hopeful William Doyle, and it’s also the first record to be released on the Quietus’s brand new label (which we wish them the best of luck with!). There’s four songs here, with opener ‘Looking For Someone’ opening with some sm...view item »