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New in: Monday 12th August 2019

Gökçen Kaynatan

One of the most important figures in the modern history of Turkish popular music, Gökçen Kaynatan is largely responsible for anything made with synthesisers in the country. Cehennem is a collection of much-speculated upon and mainly previously unheard EMS Synthi AKS recordings, some of which date back to his earliest days and one of which was finished during recovery from brain surgery. 

Wreck and Reference
Absolute Still Life

Ultra-heavy rock experimentalists Wreck And Reference - with the emphasis on the ‘mentalists’ part - return with fourth studio album Absolute Still Life. As opposed to the granite hardness and raw volume of previous efforts, this outing is much more electronically-based, and all the weirder for it. 

About Work The Dancefloor

About Work The Dancefloor by Georgia is euphoric electro-pop that defines the ecstacy of dancing the night, and the early morning, away. It mirrors Georgia’s own experiences with club culture and showcases her ability to blend her influences into a concise dancefloor banger. Includes a remix by The Black Madonna. On Domino.
  • Vinyl 12" (RUG1018T)
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Started Out

Georgia is a woman who makes electronic music. Started Out shows the influence of the Chicago house scene of the ‘80s and ‘90s on her music. She used a bunch of kit that the likes of Frankie Knuckles and Mr. Fingers used - 909 drum machines, analogue synths and the like. This 12” includes a remix by Tuff City Kids. On Domino.
  • Vinyl 12" (RUG1007T)
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Durul Gence
Black Cat

A 7” vinyl single release of previously unheard demo recordings from Turkish percussionist Durul Gence. ‘Black Cat’ takes up the first side, with ‘Boo Song’ providing the B-side, with both sourced from the man’s own archives. The release follows the untimely demise of Gence’s band, Asia Minor Mission. 

Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert
Cut To Black

After a debut, a Christmas album, and a live album, Aidan Moffat and RM Hubbert are ready to say goodbye. The aptly titled 'Cut To Black' is the last thing the two will ever release (or so they say...). Moffat is still doing his sad sing-talk thing, Hubbert is still doing his stylish acoustic guitar thing. Fair play to them for stopping when the going's good.

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Infest The Rats' Nest

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard are probably the most easily distracted band in the world. After having fun with microtones and boogie woogie on 'Infest The Rats' Nest' they've turned to the darkside for a bit of good old fashioned thrash metal. Fair play to them, they've done a decent job of evoking the golden years of the likes of Metallica and Slayer. I wait with baited breath for their first opera.
New in: Friday 9th August 2019

Zero 7
When It Falls

When It Falls is the second album by production duo Zero 7. It was originally released in 2004, so here we have a 15th anniversary edition, I guess. Its available on a 2CD version that includes a disc of remixes by artists such as Stereolab and Danger Mouse. It’s also available on heavyweight vinyl unlike the flimsy original pressing. Features vocals from Sia, Mozez, Sophie Barker and Tina Dico.

Mark Fisher & Justin Barton
On Vanishing Land

First release from Hyperdub sublabel Flatlines which aims to celebrate the spoken word. On Vanishing Land is a collaboration between Mark Barton and the legendary philosopher and cultural critic Mark Fisher. Together, with the help of music from Gazelle Twin, Ekoplekz and more, they go on a auditory walk along the Suffolk coastline. 

Matthew Sweet
Kimi Ga Suki * Raifu

Matthew Sweet must have a special connection with his Japanese fans, so much so, he recorded a whole album just for them. Kimi Ga Suki * Raifu was originally released on CD only in Japan back in 2003. 16 years later and the rest of the world is allowed to enjoy it. It features Rick Menck of Velvet Crush on drums and Television’s Richard Lloyd on lead guitar - the same line-up he had for his classic album, Girlfriend.

Calling It

Absolutely not to be confused with the Welsh band that recorded every 3 year-old's favourite song, 'Monster', Automatic are a three-piece from Los Angeles who play electronic post-punk. Fans of Savages, Suicide, Neu and Broadcast should check out their debut 7”, 'Calling It'. It is backed with a version of Leeds band Delta 5’s oft covered 'Mind Your Own Business'. It was recorded by Joo-Joo Ashworth from Californian indie rockers, Froth.

Rainbow Grave
No You

Few things released in 2019 are going to have the massive, weighty negativity of No You, the debut album from Birmingham-based Rainbow Grave on God Unknown Records. Promising to forge the blankness of classic punk and metal with a bombardment of psychedelic elements, this could be an unforgettable debut for the genre. 

Crumb EP / Locket EP

Hot off the back of the release of their debut full-length album Jinx earlier this year, New York-based quartet Crumb make their previous EP releases available on a single vinyl package. Containing 2016’s self-titled EP and the following year’s Locket EP, it shows their evolution from college project to full-time touring concern. 
New in: Thursday 8th August 2019

Marie Davidson
Chasing The Light / Work It (Soulwax Remix) x Lara (Daniel Avery Remix)

Alleluia! Ninja Tune are releasing a 12" of the Soulwax remix of Marie Davidson's 'Work It'. It's one of the best remixes, nay songs, of 2019. Built around Davidson's sardonic vocals, it has one of those weapons-grade grooves that those Belgian boys have mastered. There's also a superb Daniel Avery remix of Davidson's 'Lara', all frenetic 303 basslines and ticking hi-hats. Put it on and turn it up. 

This Is Not A Safe Place

Probably one of the best reformations yet, Ride have been better than ever in recent years and this is the follow up to the much loved Weather Diaries. Lead single Future Love is a sparkling slice of upbeat shoegaze with bodes well for the rest of the album. They have proved once again their worth and the only question left is....hat or no hat? 

Big Stick

Sometimes, a name is all you need. Something about the phrase Big Stick tickles me more than I can express. But less about me. The band are back with the less well named LP, their first album proper in 15 years. Completely anarchic punk nonsense, rarely have two musicians sounded like they were having so much fun.

kandodo 3

How much do kan a kando do if a kando kandodo? Well, 3 apparently. On k3, kandodo 3 have created four sides of vinyl worth of well practiced exploratory psych-rock. This is music for fans of the Heads, maybe unsurprisingly as that band's Simon Price leads the kandodo 3. It's vibes all the way... way... way... down. On Rooster Rock.
  • Vinyl Double LP (ROOSTER26)
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Ross From Friends

I guess now that ‘90s sitcom, Friends, is trending again due to it being shown on Netflix, Ross From Friends, AKA, Felix Clary Weatherall, can piggy-back that publicity by releasing his new record. It is called Epiphany, named after his sister who is one of the most important people in his life. On this new 12" he’s gone for an ‘80s sci-fi vibe that incorporates elements of techno, jazz, house and ambient music. 
New in: Wednesday 7th August 2019


Coming off the back of two years of hard touring following the viral success of her early singles and debut album, Shura (aka British-born artist Aleksandra Denton) presents her eagerly awaited sophomore record forevher. Themed around the emotional rushes of new love, it promises to be a warmer and happier experience.

Live At The BBC

25 years ago Blur apparently lived at the BBC. Sorry, no, Blur played a live session for BBC Radio 1. This was, of course, around the time of their very famous third album, Parklife, which included the hit I Am The Fly by Wire, Sorry again! I mean Girls & Boys. Girls and Boys is one of the four tracks on this Blur Live At The BBC EP along with Jubilee, Trouble In The Message Centre and Lot 105.
New in: Tuesday 6th August 2019

Naosuke Miyamoto Sextet

Japanese jazz reissues are very much in vogue at the moment - something due in no small part to the great work being done by labels like Le Très Jazz Club and Studio Mule. This new edition of the Naosuke Miyamoto Sextet’s 1973 LP STEP! comes courtesy of the former and is another fine example of Japan’s mid-century jazz scene. Hard, modal post-bop - it’s also the only album the group ever made, which adds to the curiosity factor.

Nicholas Britell
Vice (Original Motion Picture Score)

The soundtrack to Adam McKay’s Academy Award-nominated 2018 film Vice that looked at Dick Cheney’s rise to VP, starring Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Steve Carell, composer Nicholas Britell brought together disparate genres like rock, big band jazz and even hip-hop under the umbrella of a symphonic, orchestral score. 

Ze Roberto
Lotus 72 D

And there’s this Norman Records™ keyboard cat thinking that the Zé Roberto we were dealing with was the former Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Brazil footballer. More fool me. Anyway, the Z-Rob in question is another Brazilian who made one LP and a few singles in the 70’s. 1973’s ‘Lotus 72 D’, a tribute to champion Formula 1 driver Emerson Fittipaldi, is a strutting samba-funk number that has been subject to renewed interest since its inclusion on the 2001 compilation Via Brazil. On that album it was pitched up in what became known as the ‘Fast Version’, something Mr. Bongo have included on this 7” alongside the original.
New in: Monday 5th August 2019

King Tubby
Dub From The Roots

A classic King Tubby dub from '75 which features various tracks seen floating about on compilations over the years but have yet to have a home on one piece of wax. Loads of early classics here including reworks of cuts by the likes of Horace Andy and Johnny Clarke. All with that smoky, cavernous echo, fx and huge floor shaking basslines. Tune in, sit back, smoke out.  

Move D
Building Bridges

The name Move D is pretty much a byword for quality in the world of dance music these days. Building Bridges, the latest LP from David Moufang’s most prominent project, keeps up the brand profile with another set of elegant and sleek deep house tracks. Given that Building Bridges works so well as a whole it’s surprising to find out that some of these cuts were made two decades apart from each other. Thomas Fehlmann, Juju & Jordash and Fred P are among the guests.

Alex Chilton
It Isn’t Always That Easy

One of the most iconic figures in alternative music history, Alex Chilton entered a Memphis studio in 1969 between the demise of the Box Tops and the beginnings of his legendary band Big Star to lay down a number of demos. Two intimate songs that never made it to the tracklisting of 2012’s posthumous compilation Free Again, the affecting ‘It Isn’t Always That Easy’ and the starry-eyed ‘If You Would Marry Me Baby’ are presented here on a beautiful 7” single. 

Arctic Monkeys
Teddy Picker

More Arctic Monkeys re-presses with a new 7" pressing of Teddy Picker, initially released as the third single off their second album Favourite Worst Nightmare. It's long since been on of the bands signature songs still getting reeled out in concert to this day. Get it on a nice fresh 7" backed with Bad Woman. 

Hey Colossus
Carcass / Medal

A bite-sized portion of psych / psychotic rock music from the Hey Colossus stable. 'Carcass' is as near to pop as you might expect this crew to get, whereas 'Medal' on the flip-side is a fast and furious blast-crunch. A well-selected single really, showing off different modes of the Colossus. 7” on Alter.

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Spheres (Original Score)

Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein are known for a number of musical projects from scoring the first two seasons of Stranger Things to being members of Texan synth band S U R V I V E. Spheres is a new film written and Directed Eliza McNitt. The score is an immersive experience exploring how us human types see space and beyond.

Purple Pilgrims
Perfumed Earth

Purple Pilgrims are two New Zealand sisters, drawing in contributions from occasional others in order to achieve the sound they want. Those contributors here include Gary War, Roy Montgomery and the guitarist from Surf City, all helping to make this second album a rich and fabulous multi-layered experimental pop experience. Perfumed Earth is released by Flying Nun.
New in: Thursday 1st August 2019

Russian Circles
Blood Year

Chicago post-rock three-piece Russian Circles have all the brooding, dramatic tension associated with the genre. They also add elements of metal and krautrock which gives their music addition textures and power. Blood Year is their latest album. It was recorded at Steve Albini’s Electric Audio studio by Kurt Ballou of metal band, Converge.

Erin Durant

Erin Durant is an artist who knows the difference between power and volume. The Brooklyn-based pianist has her roots in New Orleans. Her piano led ballads have a certain swagger, imbued with the spirit of her home town. Her style also recalls For The Roses-era Joni Mitchell, Joanna Newsom and Regina Spektor. Islands was produced by Kyp Malone of TV On The Radio and features a guest performance from Kath Bloom.

Dude York

Dude York’s second LP for Hardly Art - third if you count a Christmas album they made back in 2017 - finds the Seattle trio rockin’ harder than ever before. Falling is an album full of great grungy chugs and pretty, melodic and very pop-punk vocals. The press release says Falling would do well ‘sandwiched between Jimmy Eat World and Third Eye Blind’ on alternative radio - wouldn’t we all eh?

Robert Pollard with Doug Gillard
Speak Kindly of Your Volunteer Fire Department

A 20th anniversary re-issue of the fourth in Guided By Voices’ Fading Captain series of side-projects, Speak Kindly of Your Volunteer Fire Department saw the band’s inimitable frontman Robert Pollard buddy up with his long-term guitarist and lieutenant Doug Gillard for 15 tracks of idiosyncratic indie-rock. Includes ‘Do Something Real’, which soundtracked the finale of Steven Soderbergh’s Full Frontal movie. 
New in: Wednesday 31st July 2019

Robert Pollard
Kid Marine

Kid Marine was the third album (in a discography which now contains approximately two billion albums) by Guided By Voices indefatigable leader, Robert Pollard. It was originally released in 1999, so this is a spiffing 20th anniversary reissue. Apparently it’s Pollard’s favourite amongst his solo albums. A good enough reason to hit ‘add to cart’. 

Yellow Days
Is Everything​ ​Okay​ ​In​ ​Your​ ​World?

This is one for fans of chilled out indie with a hip-hop flavour. Think King Krule with more of a soul feel. Is Everything Okay In Your World is the new album from Manchester-based Yellow Days. Like psych titans such as Mac DeMarco and Kevin Parker, Yellow Days remains avowedly lo-fi and DIY. Expect downtempo beats, mellow vibes, and gravelly croons.   
New in: Tuesday 30th July 2019

Another Sky
Life Was Coming In Through The Blinds

London-based epic indie rockers, Another Sky, are finally releasing their two previously digitally released EPs as one LP under the title Life Was Coming In Through The Blinds, which was also the name of their second EP. This is their first physical release, with a debut album proper expected in 2020. Exciting times, people. 

Native Harrow
Happier Now

Native Harrow is not, in fact, a native of Harrow. The one born Devin Tuel actually resides in Newburgh, a place about halfway between New York City and Albany. However, from the music of her third LP Happier Now you’d be forgiven for thinking that she actually spent her time on the other side of the U.S.A. in California - specifically in the folk hotbed that is the Laurel Canyon. Any of you who kick your heels waiting for new Joni Mitchell albums to come along should have your hunger sated by Happier Now.
New in: Monday 29th July 2019

Yellow Days
Harmless Melodies EP

Yellow Days is the alias of George van den Broek who makes lo-fi indie like King Krule or Mac DeMarco in his shed. Sounds are drenched in tremolo, chorus, and phase, and everything sounds super woozy. Perfect for summer days with an ice-cold jug of juice. One day he might be making hip hop beats, who knows.
New in: Friday 26th July 2019

We Can Be One

The airy vocals of New York singer Quinn Lamont Luke adorn the latest single from production duo Psychemagik. ‘We Can Be One’ takes its funk riffs down a lysergic rabbit hole, and showcases all the band’s best elements. The four-track EP is completed by a Kassian remix and instrumental versions of both. 
New in: Thursday 25th July 2019

Lillie Mae
Other Girls

Nashville singer/songwriter Lillie Mae caught the ears of a certain Jack White who produced her debut album, Forever and Then Some in 2017. Her new album, Other Girls, is produced by Dave Cobb. Cobb has worked with many country artists from Sturgill Simpson to Chris Stapleton, and won Grammys in the process. He has added a polish to Lillie Mae’s sound. 
New in: Sunday 21st July 2019

Major Stars
Roots of Confusion Seeds of Joy

Arriving much quicker than normal between your average Major Stars albums, Roots of Confusion Seeds of Joy finds the Massachusetts sextet in fertile creative form. New vocalist Noell Dorsey adds harmonic elements to the mix, while their typical formation of three guitars up-front in the mix remains. 
New in: Wednesday 17th July 2019

The Modern Lovers
Rock 'N' Roll With The Modern Lovers

Containing the hit cover version of ‘Egyptian Reggae’ that gave them a Top Five hit in the UK, Rock ‘N’ Roll With The Modern Lovers was the second LP released by Jonathan Richman’s band under the moniker Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers, and contains virtually everything you need to know about this cult figure’s aesthetic. 
New in: Tuesday 16th July 2019

Who's Terry?

Who’s Terry? Well, I’ll tell you. Terry are a post-punk band from Australia and they have a new EP called Who’s Terry? It is their third EP and follows on from their debut album, I’m Terry. I assume that after that, fans of the band knew all about Terry, but don’t let that put you off buying this EP, it’s likely to be a corker.  
New in: Tuesday 9th July 2019

The Soft Cavalry
The Soft Cavalry

The Soft Cavalry are a brand new duo featuring Steve Clarke and his wife who just happens to be the rather talented Rachel Goswell from Slowdive. Their self-titled debut is filled with dreamy and dramatic songs that takes its cues from Pink Floyd, Talk Talk and Mansun. Double LP and CD on Bella Union.

Endless Scroll

What’s Your Rupture? have already released records by Parquet Courts. Their latest release is a debut LP from an urbane bunch of Brooklynites named Bodega. It was produced by Austin Brown - you know, from Parquet Courts - and was recorded onto the same Tascam tape machine as Light Up Gold, the acclaimed second LP from Parquet Courts. Guess who Endless Scroll sounds like.
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Jonas Munk & Nicklas Sørensen
Always Already Here

Always Already Here is a collaboration between Danish electronic musician, Jonas Munk & Guitarist, Nicklas Sørensen. The artists give their takes on modern and retro electronica, psychedelia and the minimalism of La Monte Young, Steve Reich and Terry Riley. The tracks feature synths and guitars intertwining in an experimental yet accessible fashion.
New in: Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Crushed Beaks
The Other Room

The four year wait for London’s Crushed Beaks to follow up their debut album is over. Everything that had made Scatter such a compelling listen is amplified and underscored on The Other Room, from the lyrical introspection and realism to the sounds derived from the more inventive end of Britpop. Post...post-Britpop?

Brix & The Extricated
Breaking State

We knew when Brix Smith-Start talked about putting the Extricated on hold after Mark E Smith's death then it wouldn't be for long. The outfit have emerged out of tribute band territory to forge their own sound and last year's 'Part 2' wasn't bad at all. Expect moody post punk soundscapes led by Brix's Hollywood meets Manchester yowl. If we can't have the Fall anymore then this is something at least.  
New in: Tuesday 18th June 2019

Mariee Sioux
Grief in Exile

Mariee Sioux is an American other worldly folk singer/songwriter. Grief in Exile is her seventh album. It is her first release in seven years, following on from Bonnie & Mariee - a collaboration with Bonnie Prince Billy.  She is best known for her 2007 album Faces In The Rocks, which is somewhat of a cult classic. LP and CD on Night Bloom Records.
New in: Tuesday 11th June 2019
New in: Wednesday 22nd May 2019

Elmer Bernstein
Ghostbusters (Original Motion Picture Score)

When there’s something weird, blah blah blah, Bill Murray … Norman Records! Thirty-five years have passed since the release of the iconic movie Ghostbusters, it’s been well over a decade since the film’s OST was put out on any physical format, and the franchise has been rebooted in recent times. As such, the time feels right for someone to give Elmer Bernstein’s Ghostbusters score a new pressing. On this latest edition Sony Classical chuck in a few bonus tracks, new artwork and some liner notes penned Bernstein’s son Peter. The theme song is in there as well, obviously.
New in: Saturday 11th May 2019

Pearls From The River

Oh yes oh yes, a serious classic here from Pelt, captured here in their killer line-up of Mike Gangloff, Patrick Best and Jack Rose in 2003. Acousti folk-drone raga bliss, rustled up in one deep session, with tamboura, esraj and baritone banjo joining Rose’s sublime guitar. Pearls From The River is here reissued to vinyl for the very first time. On VHF.
New in: Thursday 18th April 2019

Gob Iron
Death Songs for the Living

Gob Iron is British slang for the Harmonica. The phrase has been adopted by two of our American friends, Jay Farrar (Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt) and Anders Parker (Varnaline) for their American folk music revival project. Death Songs For The Living contains fresh takes on songs by Stephen Foster and Reverend JM Gates, among others and a new song penned by Jay Farrar. This album was originally released in 2006. LP on Transmit Sound.
New in: Thursday 28th September 2017


Swedish doom lords/riff masters Monolord return for their third full length album in the form of Rust. Bringing back the sheer groovability to the genre they mix heavy rock and metal tonality with bombastic low frequency rumbling power. Mixing genre luminaries such as Electric Wizard and Sleep with polished finish.

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