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New in: Friday 23rd September 2016

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Skeleton Tree

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8/10 according to our Robin

When I was young I would buy old Nick Cave albums on CD, put them on my primitive musical shelf and then never listen to them. I did this with a Converge CD too, once, as if staving off the scary music was a greater achievement than actually confronting it. I assumed Cave’s music was too dour and that maybe one day a future Robin would open and enjoy it -- b…view full details.

Pet Shop Boys
Say It To Me

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The Pet Shop Boys have always been well-remixed, and Say It To Me, the latest release from their current Super album, is no exception. Real Lies, Tom Demac, Stuart Price and Offer Nissim all work their magic across both CD and 12” releases: CD purchasers get the extra treat of a Carl Craig reworking of ‘Inner Sanctum’! Pure pop power on x2.…view full details.

Nuel
Unveiled

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Recorded sessions kept as a document from a day Nuel won’t forget, a day when something happened. Though, he is illusive when it comes to unveiling what “it” was, himself. 4 hugely embracing techno-ish tracks that never break over to being hard hitting, hint at it, but remain enticing and tactful. A fitting ambiguity.…view full details.

Mark Ernestus' Ndagga Rhythm Force
Yermande

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Basic Channel mastermind Mark Ernestus has been immersing himself in collaborations with African musicians for some years now: his Ndagga Rhythm Force is an incredible group of Dakar mbalax musicians. For Yermande, their intense band recordings have been tweaked and dubbed-up by Ernestus for a perfect synthesis of the two approaches. LP release on Ndagga.…view full details.

Cavern of Anti-Matter / Booze / Fupper / Clean & Jerk / Apothéose de la Trahison
Inversions 001

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A heady mix of haggard electronics and disgruntled noise is contained within this lil EP, featuring some big names and some that we haven't heard of - Fupper is an excellent word. Cavern of Anti-Matter provide the mad electro action, Booze tear it to shreds with grumbly riffs, Fupper channels Moondog through oddball lo-fi psych, and there's even some doom metal towards the end of side B... Can you say smorgasbord? I can't.…view full details.

ABRA
Princess

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9/10 according to our Robin

Songwriter star Abra has put in a shift and a half in the career leading up to ‘Princess’, as attested to in a heady press sheet that harkens back to the times when she was just pulling up an acoustic for covers of Gucci Mane tunes. Listening in on this EP, you can hear her sound as expansive and maximalist, but also cramped and homegrown, suggesting both an artist who’d make …view full details.

Neurosis
Fires Within Fires

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New Neurosis?! It's no wonder the press release is in all caps. The sludge titans have been going thirty years, if you can believe it, and they commemorate being older than me by releasing a brand new album called Fires Within Fires. That kinda grittily gorgeous album art sums up the band, really -- their post-metal hints create a gorgeous landscape on which they repulse with the usual metal, and this one, produced by Steve Albini, will have double the rot.…view full details.

Low
The Exit Papers

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8/10 according to our Clinton

You'd think that Low would be the perfect band to write film soundtracks so it's quite remarkable to find out that that they haven't done any to date. They did try between 'Secret Name' and 'Things We Lost in the Fire' with this 'The Exit Papers' series of pieces which were originally meant for soundtrack consideration and were subsequently released on the Travel in Constants series on Tem…view full details.

Archy Marshall
A New Place 2 Drown

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9/10 according to Max Cave (customer) on

This is definitely one of my favourite releases from Archy Marshall's (King Krule's) many alter egos. It may not be as accessible as his album under the name of King Krule, (6 Feet Beneath the Moon) however this experimental soundtrack to his book pushes his music towards new horizons. The album consists of a mixture of trance-like beats, as well as lyrically genuious phrases such as 'When it rains it fucking pours, The sky opens its mouth and spits to the flo…view full details.

New in: Thursday 22nd September 2016

Karen Gwyer
Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase

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8/10 according to our Laurie

New Karen Gwyer already? Excellent. We’ve been served a tasty heap of beaty treats from KG recently, from the new age tripouts of Kiki the Wormhole on Public House to the harder-edged techno of the Bouloman EP on Nous Disques. This latest, named after the four stages of cell division (why is A level biology still in there somewhere??), finds a space in between the two, w…view full details.

Painkiller
Execution Ground

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Painkiller’s heavyweight line-up, in case you had forgotten, was Mick Harris (of Napalm Death), Bill Laswell (of Last Exit) and John Zorn (of absolutely everything, particularly Naked City). Yeah, big stuff. Execution Ground is their 1994 double album, where they started really dubbing-up their avant-jazz-grindcore sound. This Karlrecords reissue puts it on vin…view full details.

Steve Spacek
Follow Me

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If his Discogs page is telling the truth, then this is Steve Spacek's first solid release since 2009, on Eglo Records no less! Oh, and the page also says that his brother is apparently D-Bridge. Give this man some credit on his own, jeez. Expect some extremely soulful house action across the course of this 12", if the title track is anything to go by. …view full details.

IOKOI
Liquefy

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Step in digital post-reality with IOKOI, who makes her debut with this album. Liquefy is electronic pop that slithers around what you expect to hear, deploying beautifully strange textures and production design. The vibe is Holly Herndon-inspired, approaching a state of post-humanity. Out on the -OUS label.…view full details.

Stara Rzeka
Zamknely sie oczy ziemi

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9/10 according to our Laurie

So, I find out about Stara Rzeka as Stara Rzeka ceases to be. This here CD is the second and last release by Kuba Ziolek under this name, until the pole  can think of a new abstract music thing to spend his days making. The music here is expansive and totally enthralling, a sound that beckons you toward black metal, ambient/drone and foresty folk, slipping effortlessly between them in…view full details.

Pete Astor
Do Nothing

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Pete Astor teams up with Ultimate Painting/Proper Ornaments/Veronica Falls member James Hoare once again on his new three track single, 'Do Nothing'. With Telegram's Jordan Cook joining them on drums, the single features all new material, the results of which are typical of some of the excellent psych gems released on the Feral Child label - its first release being an unofficial reissue of 2 French Girl Pop / Psych singles from 1967 in 2009. Released in a limited hand numbered run of just 300…view full details.

Manuel Göttsching
E2-E4

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9/10 according to our Ant

At last the official 180g vinyl reissue of this eternal classic has landed in celebration of its 35th anniversary. I was 3 years old when this was released and had never even heard it until like eight years ago or something. Imagine my surprise while cruising along with my man Brett in his vehicle, we got into a conversation about …view full details.

North Sea Radio Orchestra
Dronne

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8/10 according to Robbyboy (customer) on

Almost as good as 'I a moon', but not quite, in my opinion. Standout tracks are 'Vishnu schist' and the lovely 'Alsace Lorraine' which is up there with NSRO's best. There's even a hint of Spiritualized in the instrumental title track. Lovely stuff. Superb cover artwork deserves a mention too.…view full details.

Tangent
Collapsing Horizons

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Twinkling electronics from Dutch outfit Tangent here on their third album Collapsing Horizons. Each track could be excavated to reveal separate strata: glitchy beats, serene ambience, digital hiss and delicate melodies all coexist neatly together. Released as CD and as coloured vinyl LP on the n5MD label.…view full details.

Family Fodder
Sex Works

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Unique and clever and experimental post-punkers Family Fodder have served up Sex Works, a four track EP featuring songs about...you guessed it… sex. It includes You Came (Again) which will feature on their forthcoming, and apparently previously lost album, Foreverandever. 7" transparent yellow vinyl, limited to 250 copies.…view full details.

Flyying Colours
Mindfulness

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7/10 according to our Clinton

The label really don't like it when we don't like their records so it's a good job prolific Aussie shoegaze hopefuls make an absolute racket on the opening track of this their debut album. I feel that here they've moved on somewhat from their earlier EP's with a better know-how when it comes to dynamics, probably helped by the addition of a rhythm section. Who knew?  …view full details.

Blown Out
New Cruiser

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7/10 according to our Robin

All this time reviewing psychedelic music and I’ve never once been to space. Fuck you, Norman Records, and fuck the Astrophysics Scholarship you promised me. I literally reviewed a Blown Out record last week and no one asked me if I could just pop to Saturn to fact-check it. Pricks. ‘New Cruiser’ is their new one, whatever, send me to Mars or write your own fucking review. It&…view full details.

The Monochrome Set
Cosmonaut

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Trace back from The Last Shadow Puppets, Franz Ferdinand et al any you’ll find The Monochrome Set. They originally formed in 1978, as part of the first wave of post-punk, and give most contemporaries a run for their money. Grand and smokey dive bar music, that would fit soundtracking a coming of age indie flick.…view full details.

Forma
Physicalist

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8/10 according to our Robin

I’ve eaten a lot of vegetarian scotch eggs today and I’m ready to do it: I’m ready to make one of Phil’s coveted Music Is A Lot Like Food analogies. Forma, they’re a lovely proposition of ambient, but with a kosmische coating that invites melody, rhythm and a general spinning of the musical axis. The drones, and the neo-classical beauty contained within, is that eg…view full details.

MoRkObOt
GoRgO

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MoRkObOt recorded their fifth full-length 'GoRgO' in Padova. Lin, Lan and Lon (on bass, bass and drums respectively; no Len this time) got it all down live to tape, mixed and mastered within two weeks! These are some fast-working Italian boys. We at NR are impressed; particularly seeing as the record is choc full of TiGhT StRuCtUrEs. Ok. LP and CD on Supernatural Cat.…view full details.

The Comet Is Coming
Channel The Spirits

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8/10 according to our Jamie

The.. COMET! is.. COMING! But be not afraid, for this is no harbinger of the apocalypse (well, it might be actually) but it is also, significantly, a time for wild gyrating and head shaking! Danalogue and Betamax (Soccer 96) are here with the beats! Shabaka Hutchings has well and truly brought his funky rhythmic sax to the proceedings! It all adds up to one swell cosmic party on an inte…view full details.

FIS
From Patterns to Details

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With a couple of releases under his belt with Tri-angle records, and his debut full-length on Loopy, FIS has moved to Subtext for his follow up to 2015’s The Blue Quicksand Is Going Now. Since starting to release with Tri-angle FIS has moved into more free flowing electronic experimentations that would comfortably go alongside acts such as Oneohtrix Point Never.…view full details.

Eros and The Eschaton
Weight Of Matter

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7/10 according to our Clinton

Have you ever wanted to strike Jonathan Donahue? I have to admit that a bearded middle aged man singing like an extra from 'Annie' and twinkling like a Disney soundtrack stopped me fully enjoying the last Mercury Rev album. However Eros and the Eschaton despite having to txt spk their titles have a much more powerful take on the 'Rev's magical dream pop. They a…view full details.

MADEIRA
Bad Humors

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Kim Pflaum’s latest incarnation MADEIRA is as sweet and soft as the cake that shares it’s name, though I think that’s as far as the comparison can (and should) go. Lovingly warm synth-pop songs. Lights up, end of night, one last track songs that could soundtrack a group of friends in a taxi home. So, maybe more like the cake than I thought.…view full details.

Eric Serra
Léon: The Professional

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Eric Serrs’s soundtrack to Luc Besson’s film about everyone’s favourite assassin is a blend of looming electronics, powerful orchestration and delicate flourishes of acoustic guitar and solo violins. Providing a rich backing to the mix of tension and innocence portrayed in the film. First time on vinyl, ever.…view full details.

Dub Spencer & Trance Hill
Deep Dive Dub

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Dub isn’t a genre known for it’s progressive or experimental leanings, but then again Switzerland isn’t really known for it’s contribution to dub. Put together elements of dub, trance like electronics and an edge of theatrics and you get Dub Spencer & Trance Hill. They made a William Burroughs dub album for god’s sake.…view full details.

Community Radio
Look Now You're Cursed

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Community Radio hail from sunny Sydney, Australia, and are proud to present their second album, recorded in a four day flurry. Look Now You’re Cursed is a bright and colourful guitar-driven pop that sounds cool and happy, like a drive along the coast with the windows rolled down. Released on the Tenorio Cotobade label.…view full details.

Various
Christophe Lemaire Presents: Can’t You Hear Me – African Nuggets & Garage Rock from Nigeria, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

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9/10 according to our Ant

You'd have to actually be some kind of nugget to glance at the title of this record and not know what you're getting - so my work here has been done for me. In a sense so has yours because if like me you're a relative noob when it comes to this stuff, there's no need to go crate digging - thanks to Christophe Lemaire for raiding Eothen Alapatt's collection and expertly curat…view full details.

Jack White
Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016

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8/10 according to Taran Harris (customer) on

I love Jack White. So when this retrospective (because this is definitely for of a career catalogue than a 'best of') was announced, I leapt at the pre-order. Having listened to both discs multiple times now, I am very happy with my purchase and will definitely listen hundreds more times. The further you listen through White's career, however, the more you come across tracks that are just the normal album tracks with stuff removed and this is a bit less exciting to listen to than the …view full details.

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Suzanne Ciani
FRKWYS Vol. 13: Sunergy

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9/10 according to our Ant

Not many people know about this, but I’m about to blow the lid off this whole operation… Somewhere in New York City, in the basement of RVNG Intl. headquarters there is a dark room. On the door hangs a sign that reads: FRKWYS - Awesome Collaborations Ideas Generation Zone. Inside that room is a large glass tank that holds the brain of an alien life …view full details.

Cymbals Eat Guitars
Pretty Years

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8/10 according to our Robin

I’ve been fond of Cymbals Eat Guitars and their high-magnitude, over-feeling indie rock ever since I listened to ‘LOSE’ for a solid month of feeling shit, essentially making them the soundtrack to a time I live to forget. I know they’re not perfect, but to quote Marge Simpson, who is in this workaday world? Their bracingly loud, proudly ugly arena indie is only a drag in…view full details.

Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions
Let Me Get There

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7/10 according to our Clinton

Is Hope Sandoval the worlds most sultry person. She's dangerously sultry, in fact -- more sultry even than the Cadbury's Caramel Rabbit. Here she does a duet called 'Let Me Get There' with Kurt Vile who isn't very sultry at all. In fact I've never noticed it before that Kurt can't sing. I don't think he actually knows what he is doing here but h…view full details.

True Widow
Avvolgere

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7/10 according to our Robin

Based on the descriptions of this as an affair of the doomladen, slowcore, patience-testing, and volume-pummelling, I kinda feel like I’m listening to the wrong record. I feel like I could make something better out of the 45rpm vocals and the 33rpm chord progressions, but I’ll listen to it at the former and declare ‘Avvolgere’ a relatively nice and quite emotive record o…view full details.

How To Dress Well
Care

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5/10 according to our Robin

[INTERIOR: IN AN ELABORATE BATHROOM, TOM KRELL IS ENJOYING A BATH WHILE NORMAN EDITOR CLINTON, OFF CAMERA, IS ON THE TOILET READING A COPY OF THE WIRE (Indie Pop Edition)]   KRELL: Got a new album, m.   CLINTON: Ahh.   KRELL: Oo hoo hooo hoo hooo oooo hoooooo, yeaaaaiiii yeahh.   CLINTON: Ah……view full details.

Flock of Dimes
If You See Me, Say Yes

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7/10 according to our Robin

I kinda forgot Wye Oak existed but I don’t see why my complacency means they shouldn’t carry on with their artistic pursuits, so let’s celebrate Flock of Dimes, the new solo project from the indie pop band’s Jenn Wasner. If you listened to Wye Oak you probably already know how well they could master tone and smoothness when it suited them, s…view full details.

LVL UP
Return To Love

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7/10 according to our Robin

As you like it, Sub Poppers: this record has so many indie rock comparison points it feels like a total mutation of the genre, shredding through the chilly pop-punk of the Thermals into the distorted folk lewdness of Neutral Milk Hotel, borrowing the nasal narratives of the Mountain …view full details.

New in: Wednesday 21st September 2016

Jack Rose
Raag Manifestos

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VHF have just launched a crucial series of reissues of the music of Jack Rose, a major voice in experimental acoustic guitar music, both on his own and as a member of Pelt. Raag Manifestos was a 2004 limited edition tour release containing some of his fiercest explorations of the 12-string. What a delight to have this in print on vinyl again.…view full details.

Various
Desconstrucao

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Goma Gringa take us on a wacky tour of Sao Paulo’s underground music scene. Desconstrucao documents a strange, and mostly unknown, scene with a diverse selection of difficult to find material. This completely singular compilation includes lo-fi bossa nova from Thiago Franca, dense freeform folk from Metá Metá and lush orchestration from Rodrigo Campos.…view full details.

Arnold Steiner
Mood Sequence

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9/10 according to our Ant

Miami electro institution Transient Force label founder Arnold Steiner must be over the moon to score a release on Juan Atkins legendary Metroplex imprint. Is there any higher honour? It has to be said it’s well deserved. Steiner has been a force to be reckoned with, both through his lab…view full details.

Electronome
Music Telex

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Total vintage electro from the Netherlands. Electronome is Ronald Klaver, who only ever put out a handful of releases, and none since the year 2000. But he did more than enough to earn his place on the producer pantheon: the 4 tracks of 1998’s Music Telex will whip up any decent dancefloor with their relentless kicks and their acid flares. Crucial remastered re-press on Murder Capital.…view full details.

Electronome
No Landscape

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Total vintage electro from the Netherlands circa 1995. Electronome is Richard Klaver, who only ever put out a handful of releases, and none since the year 2000! But he did more than enough to earn his place on the producer pantheon: the 4 tracks of No Landscape will whip up any decent dancefloor with their relentless kicks and acid flairs. Crucial remastered re-press on Murder Capital.…view full details.

Alessandro Adriani
Crow / White Swan

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9/10 according to our Ant

Apparently this is the first release in Mannequin’s Death Of The Machines 12” series of dancefloor weapons, but is actually released after the excellent ‘Mother’ 12” by Jasss. Anyways, you may or may not know that Alessandro Adriani i…view full details.

The Smoke Clears
The Smoke Clears

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Galway’s John Daly records under his ambient moniker The Smoke Clears for a second eponymous album of abstractions, following his LP of the same name on Further Records in 2013. Melodic loveliness provides an extra dimension melding with measured, purposeful rhythm on a down-tempo set that plays its cards close to its chest. Vinyl LP on All City.…view full details.

33.10.3402
Untitled

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33.10.3402 is an admirably oblique name for a producer to choose: hard to remember and totally abstracted from the human. But those aren’t bad qualities to have when utilitarian machine music is what you do, and this Untitled EP on L.I.E.S. doesn’t need a human face to deliver excellently cracked-up beats and electronics. Imported 12”.…view full details.


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