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New in: Friday 30th October 2020

Le Volume Courbe
Fourteen Years

Charlotte Courbe - who found viral fame by playing scissors in Noel Gallagher’s backing band The High Flying Birds - reactivates her musical project Le Volume Courbe for its third album-sized collection - albeit one that’s broken down into three 10” vinyl releases, the first of which is ‘Fourteen Years’. Spurred on by her recent treatment for cancer, these are haunted experimental pop tracks which include a cover of Daniel Johnson’s ‘Mind Contorted’ with Terry Hall and the aforementioned Gallagher.
New in: Wednesday 28th October 2020

Arctic Monkeys
Live At The Royal Albert Hall

With proceeds going to War Child in light of the funding shortfall the charity has faced with the Coronavirus lockdown, Arctic Monkeys release ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’. Recorded in June 2018 at the start of their tour for ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’, the setlist features twenty tracks spanning their hugely successful career.
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New in: Tuesday 27th October 2020

Somei Satoh
Mandala Trilogy + 1

Spread over four sides of vinyl, WRWTFWW compiles all three sections of Japanese contemporary composer Somei Satoh’s ‘Mandala Trilogy’ - that is, three pieces inspired by the Avatamsaka Sutra. Comprising 1982’s ‘Mandala’, 1986’s ‘Mantra’ and 1990’s ‘Tantra’, the '+ 1' in question is a 2004 live recording commissioned by harpist Ayako Shinoza-Ki and titled ‘Mai’. An essential listen for any fans of drone, ambient or minimalist music.
New in: Monday 26th October 2020

Craven Faults
Erratics & Unconformities

Well hopefully by now you've picked up the stunning trilogy of EPs Netherfield Works, Springhead Works and Nunroyd Works by Craven Faults so you should be impressed enough to get this, the first full length missive from the reclusive producer. The vibe with all these releases seems to be West Yorkshire kosmische  - a kind of rugged, rural take on the synth explorations that emerged out of 1970s Germany.

Bruce Springsteen
Letter To You

I'd better get on the blower to my dad as there's a new Bruce Springsteen album on the edge of town. A Letter to You is the first album he's made with his legendary E Street Band. It was made in just five days and contains nine new songs and three taken from his 1970s era of leaving his best work in the can. There's nothing like the E Street Band on full throttle so this should delight his fanbase. 

Eels
Earth To Dora

Earth To Dora is the thirteenth studio album by Eels. Mark ‘E’ Everett is the only constant member of the band and this time his motley crew of musicians were Koool G Murder, The Chet and P-Boo. The songs were written pre-pandemic, but E hopes there still comfort to be found in them. Includes the single Are We Alright Again.

Trees Speak
Shadow Forms

'Shadow Forms' is the third album, and second for Soul Jazz Records, by Trees Speak. The Tuscon, Arizona brother-duo are heavily influenced by the motorik rhythms of Can and Neu!, the spooky prog of Italian band Goblin and the sounds of the New York no-wave scene. This all adds up to 'Shadow Forms' being a pretty good time. 

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Visions of Bodies Being Burned

Visions of Bodies Being Burned is the fourth album by experimental hip-hop trio, clipping. The material for two, inspired by horror fiction as much as classic  hip-hop, was divided into two parts. The first, There Existed an Addiction to Blood, was released last year. Visions of Bodies Being Burned was supposed to follow pretty quickly but with the pandemic ruining everyone’s plans the release was delayed until now.
New in: Thursday 22nd October 2020

Ana Roxanne
Because Of A Flower

Following the release of 2019's excellent ‘~~~’ EP, Los Angeles-based musician Ana Roxanne announces a full-length album via Kranky. Consisting of songs dealing with gender identity - Roxanne identifies as intersex - ‘Because Of A Flower’ is a masterclass in generating mood through economy and texture. Beautiful ghostly, ethereal sounds to file next to Grouper.
New in: Wednesday 21st October 2020

Oliver Coates
skins n slime

A change of direction from the experimental dance music offered on his last album, British cellist and avant-garde musician Oliver Coates goes for violent, brutalist soundscapes on his latest effort, skins n slime. Forcing his string compositions through mangles of mod synths, it’s a striking listen. 
New in: Tuesday 20th October 2020

Mammút
Ride The Fire

Ride The Fire is the upcoming fifth studio album from Icelandic alternative rock outfit Mammút. Boasting some striking Storm Thorgerson-esque artwork and with Árni Árnason of The Vaccines behind the production desk, the band lay down more of their trademark dense, atmospheric soundscapes. 
New in: Monday 19th October 2020

Songhoy Blues
Optimisme

Matt Sweeney (Chavez, Iggy Pop, Bonnie Prince Billy) was hired to produce the Songhoy Blues album, Optimisme. His mission was to make a real rock record that captured the band’s live energy. The band also wanted to make an album that got the crowd jumping. Judging by Led Zeppelin-esque lead single Badala it would seem that they accomplished their mission.

Pavement
Westing (By Musket and Sextant)

Compilation of early EPs and singles from probably the best indie rock group to ever exist. It includes all of Pavement’s first three EPs, ‘Slay Tracks’ (1933-1969), ‘Demolition Plot J-7’ and ‘Perfect Sound Forever’, plus the single mix of the classic single ‘Summer Babe’ and its two B-sides. Just in case you needed more Malkmus in your life. 
New in: Friday 9th October 2020

Icarus Peel's Acid Reign
Shallow Oceans

'Shallow Oceans' by Icarus Peel’s Acid Reign will be the inaugural release on the brand new Billywitch Records label. If you like acidic guitar-led rock music by the likes of Jimi Hendrix Experience, Cream, The Groundhogs or Rory Gallagher’s Taste then 'Shallow Oceans' really is the album for you.  
New in: Friday 25th September 2020

A Certain Ratio
ACR Loco

Legends of the Factory Records stable, A Certain Ratio are back with their first new album in twelve years. ACR Loco features three founding members Jez Kerr, Martin Moscrop and Donald Johnson who are supported by a cast of musicians including The Smiths drummer Mike Joyce. This album covers a whole range of feelings and emotions, but mostly it implores you to party.
New in: Monday 14th September 2020

Loscil
Coast/Range/Arc

Coast/Range/Arc is a collection from ambient pioneer Loscil inspired by the coastal mountains of the Pacific North West. It is a typically beautiful collection of hazy beatless pieces devoid of clutter and perfect for getting your mind into a tranquil space. This new version on Kranky features new artwork and an additional track. 
New in: Friday 11th September 2020

Ian Boddy
Axiom

Ian Boddy is a veteran experimental electronic musician and founder of the DiN record label. His new album, Axiom, features many of the musical influences from his forty years in the business such as the Berlin School / Tangerine Dream, sub-bass, orchestral strings and synthwave. LP is limited to 250 copies, CD is limited to 500 copies. On DiN.
New in: Wednesday 9th September 2020

Watine
Intrications quantiques

Intrications quantiques is an album of piano-based music by Watine AKA Catherine Watine. She has played the piano with both sustan and sostenuto pedals depressed throughout and added a Lyra 8 keyboard, some violins, cellos and percussion. To that she has added field recordings - of what she calls the sounds we don’t pay attention to - and cut up segments of her own piano demo recordings. 
New in: Thursday 20th August 2020

Fontaines D.C.
A Hero's Death

In the spirit of striking while the iron’s hot, Dublin post-punk act Fontaines D.C. deliver their second studio album A Hero’s Death barely a year after their debut Dogrel won such universal acclaim. Stoic and energetic, it seeks to address the grander themes in life, but hasn’t succumbed to a dose of ‘The Big Music’, fortunately!
New in: Thursday 16th April 2020

Rowland S. Howard
Teenage Snuff Film

Teenage Snuff Film was the first solo album by the legendary Rowland S. Howard. It was originally released in 1999.  There’s a cover of Billy Idol’s White Wedding and Bad Seed Mick Harvey contributes his instrumental talents. Of Course, Howard had a rich musical history behind him by this time with The Birthday Party, Crime & The City Solution, These Immortal Souls and various collaborations with the likes of Lydia Lunch and Fad Gadget. 
New in: Wednesday 15th April 2020

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs
Viscerals

'Viscerals' by Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (or Pigs x7 if you prefer) is the band’s third album, following 2018’s 'King Of Cowards' and their 2017 debut 'Feed The Rats'. The LP finds the heavy psych-rockers really hitting their stride, delivering a leaner, more direct sound with catchy songs built on noisy rocking riffs. 'Viscerals' is an apt title indeed - some have even mentioned Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs as heirs to Black Sabbath's bounty.
New in: Thursday 30th May 2019
New in: Tuesday 7th August 2018

Editors
The Back Room

If in 2005 you wanted another band that sounded like Interpol then Editors were your go-to people. The British five piece mined the same area of gloom but were possibly even more Joy Division influenced than their American cousins. They had some great songs though and most of them are on this album including the rather great Munich which you'd swear was an outtake from Turn On the Bright lights. Not that that is a problem.  
New in: Thursday 7th December 2017

Jarvis Cocker
Further Complications

2009's 'Further Complications' was the second post-Pulp album by their singer Jarvis Cocker. The album upped the ante somewhat from its predecessor 'Jarvis' by being recorded by the legendary Steve Albini. This reissue has been personally overseen by Jarvis himself and comes complete with a 12" of ‘You’re In My Eyes (Discosong)’. 
New in: Friday 5th May 2017

ShitKid
Fish

Charmingly nonchalent, ShitKid is Gothenburg's Åsa who has made an anti-pop statement with Fish. A post-feminist, post-punk album using plenty of distorted guitar and riding digital rhythms, her album follows in the devastating wake of her grungey debut single, Oh Please Be A Cocky Cool Kid. Television appearances, a second EP and now her debut full-length blast through. On LP and CD.
New in: Friday 16th December 2016

Emperor
In The Nightside Eclipse

This is the very first album released by true Norwegian black metallers Emperor. As one of the founding fathers of the symphonic wing of the genre, Emperor have a highly dramatic sound, balancing melodic dark synth melodies with ferocious howling forward movement. In The Nightside Eclipse is reissued on CD and transparent blue vinyl by the Spinefarm and Candlelight labels.
New in: Tuesday 2nd June 2015

Amber Run
5AM

The debut LP from Amber Run is finally out. Produced by Mike Crossey (Foals, Arctic Monkeys) you can rest assured it’s going to be an extremely catchy cut of Britrock. 5AM has everything you love about music - danceable drum beats, cozy vocal harmonies and intricate intertwined guitars, all working together towards bombastic explosions.
New in: Thursday 9th October 2014

The Durutti Column
The Return Of The Durutti Column

It's fun to imagine the naming sessions for the 1980 debut LP from dream-pop pioneers The Durutti Column. “What are we going to call our first album then? Something that really messes with them. ‘In The Court Of The Crimson Durutti Column’? ‘Remain In Durutti Column’? ‘The Durutti Column Two; Electric Boogaloo’?” “How about ‘The Return Of The Durutti Column’?” “Yeah, I guess that'll do…” Given that the Mancunian group made some of the least abrasive music released by Factory Records, it's slightly incongruous that this should be the Factory album with the famous sandpaper sleeve. Fortunately for those of you who don't want large swathes of your vinyl collection destroyed from within, this new edition of ‘The Return Of The Durutti Column’ opts for a less problematic sandpaper insert. The halcyon musings of the tracks within remain unchanged.
New in: Tuesday 26th May 2009

Jarvis Cocker
Jarvis

'Jarvis' was the 2006 debut solo album from Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker. It continued on from where Pulp left off, setting Jarv's usual witty asides amongst his maturing sound that is at times not unlike fellow Sheffield dweller Richard Hawley. This reissue has been overseen by Jarvis himself and comes complete with a 7" of classic single 'Running the World'.  

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