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New in: 23rd March 2018

Erik K Skodvin & Rauelsson
A Score for Darling

A Score For Darling is the (rather self-aware in terms of title) soundtrack to Birgitte Staermose’s film Darling, an emotionally potent tale of a dancer’s life. Erik K Skodvin and Rauelsson, both presenting their first ever soundtrack work here, have done an impress...view item »

Anne Guthrie
Brass Orchids

The cover art for Brass Orchids - French horn player, field recordist and sound artist Anne Guthrie’s second LP for Students of Decay - is eerily similar to that of Schattenspieler by the late Marcus Fjellstrom. Check it out. As for the music, Guthrie has created strange, subdued compositions out of proce...view item »

Charlie Morrow
Toot! Too

Recital Records (Ian William Craig, Radiant Husk) release a compilation of music by avant-garde composer Charlie Morrow. The recor...view item »

Red Goddess (Of This Men Shall Know Nothing)

With Coil's Jhonn Balance as a conducting force, it's never a wonder that the themes contained in Hawthonn's music tread into the esoteric, hypnagogic and ritualistic. The albums sits somewhere between electronic and doom, with a significant prowess for composition and form, for vistas of shadows and light....view item »

Slow Riot
Voyeur / Burn In The City

The latest single from Irish band Slow Riot sees them bringing forth two more tracks of moody-but-groovy post-punk. Preoccupations, Eagulls and Savages have all been mentioned in the same breath as the Limerick four-piece, and it’s easy to see why. ‘Voyeur’ is ...view item »

Sol Invictus

Sol Invictus are celebrating 30 years of neofolk! Well maybe that tone is inappropriate for band who've spent a decent amount of time longer than I've been alive channeling decline. This time its the decline of London (the titular Necropolis), as the weirdly band regret that it's not longer the seat of Empi...view item »

Dead Moon
Nervous Sooner Changes

Dead Moon played a gnarly form of rock music, bluesy enough to be released on the legendary Mississippi Records. Nervous Sooner Changes almost channels The Rolling Stones at points, quite a compliment for the genre. A good balance between mournful ballads and straight up rockers on this 1995 album, now ...view item »

Of Feather and Bone
Bestial Hymns of Perversion

Profound Lore is a versatile label for all them things what dwell in darkness - Dälek’s noisy hip hop rubs shoulders with Merzbow, Prurient, dungeon synth and, of course, more metal than the cast of Transformers. In this case, Denver trio Of Feather and Bone ...view item »

Nightports with Matthew Bourne
Nightports with Matthew Bourne

Matthew Bourne, then. Which side of Matthew Bourne will we be getting here, the melodic Matthew or Experimental Matthew? Or both? This latter option would appear to be the case, for the Nightports project -- Nightports being the name of the challenge put to Bourne by Adam Martin and Mark Slater. This most Piano of keyboard men recorded the piano...view item »
New in: 22nd March 2018

Rolando Simmons
World Building

Rolando Simmons (real name Mattias Östling) was trotting about doing his own thing when Aphex Twin dropped one of his tracks at some live thing or other then suddenly his little analogue world turns upside down.  This is his debut full length following the earlier sold out 'Yuo're Life' EP and h...view item »

Retep Folo
Galactic Sounds

Actually it doesn't matter what I say about this you are going to buy it well lots of you are anyway. It's beautifully presented (as Clay Pipe records always are) and the music pretty much fits exactly into the music bought by demographic of people who grew up listening to early electronic compositions and music for schools. They use anc...view item »

Ali Farka Toure
The Source - Special Edition

The big man himself, Ali Farka Toure, performing his gorgeous desert blues with his Malian band. The Source is an excellent representation of this legendary sound, recorded clearly and richly, and the presentation of this edition from World Circuit is beautiful: two LPs, accompanied by a a 28 page booklet with rare colo...view item »

The Ex
27 Passports

I would be remiss to leave the phrase “anarcho-punk” out of a review of the The Ex. But I don’t know how useful it is. Knowing The Ex are anarchists is interesting, it might even mean you respect them. Punk isn’t be too helpful here either. They are punk, this is punk, but to leave it at that would almost be insultingly r...view item »

Beautify Junkyards
The Invisible World of Beautify Junkyards

The third LP for Lisbon hypnagogicists Beautify Junkyards sees the group sticking to the rose-tinted music that landed them on Ghost Box in the first place. The Invisible World of Beautify Junkyards brings together English acid folk stylings, Brazilian tropicalia, Iberian psych and the German Kosmische ...view item »

Erika Wennerstrom
Sweet Unknown

Thank God. Heartless Bastards haven't actually broken up. Front woman Erika Wennerstrom has just gone solo for a bit. Don't panic - once her solo career hasn't worked out she'll be back with the band.  What she does here is create an album of enormous heartland rock that benefits from some pr...view item »

Air Formation
Near Miss

On vinyl which looks like an explosion in the peach and raspberry factory, Air Formation release their fourth album which is no mean feat since they split up in 2010. They did, however, reform a bit later which is probably a good idea as their noisy take on shoegaze could work pretty well in todays market.  There's no doubt at all t...view item »

Guided By Voices
Space Gun

Unorthodox Elephant Surgery. Benign LAN Party. Jonathan Telecastar’s Big Day Out. Racing Guy Burns a Sundae. Levitation Suits. Airplane In My Bathroom. Airplane In My Tuxedo. Airplane In The Bagging Area. Sacrosanct Power Socket. Generic Cloning Mishap. Circumnavigated Yoga Pants. Swimming With Bag. Cancelled Goth Canteen Screenplay. Fun I...view item »

The Home Current
Another Way Of Falling Apart

Another one of them there Polytechnic Youth things this time from the Home Current AKA Martin Jensen a bird-loving Dane now resident in Luxembourg. This is his debut LP after a series of singles and collaborations. This is an eclectic work of electronica and analogue compositions reflecting the protagonist's 25 years of record c...view item »

Cosmic Ground
Legacy / The Plague

Deep Distance wanted to release Cosmic Ground's self titled debut in it's entirety but track lengths proved impossible to squash onto vinyl so instead we get two of the best cuts from the disc spread out nicely onto wax. This is excellent long form, sequencer-heavy electronic psych. Turn on, switch off, lie down.    &n...view item »

Luke Vibert

Luke Vibert has been at this long enough to earn legendary status, right? Especially if you throw his Plug and Wagon Christ releases into the mix. Arcadia is his new 12” which mixes funky acid with uptempo electro underpinned by 303 basslines. It was mastered by Matt Colton at Alchemy and has artwork by The Designers Repub...view item »

No Coast

In four psychedelic and disorienting tracks, Taraval’s EP ‘No Coast’ immediately pushes the listener into claustrophobic isolation. Two tracks in though, and the native San Franciscan adds spatterings of colourful hopefulness, like an unexpected bunch of daffodils in a techno dungeon. It’s the electronic ...view item »


Horo present this industrial-strength three-track from DINT. Hooker consists of black-hearted post-punk and coldwave masquerading as techno. The title track and ‘Skewer’ spew out lumbering, monstrous grooves festooned with grinding synths and vocals that sound like they’re delivered by...view item »

Hooker Remixed

To accompany DINT’s horrid (in a good way) Hooker EP, Horo have also given us an EP of four remixes. Not to be outdone by the source material, the offerings here are all just as gory and in-your-face. Ontal and Codex Empire train their gaze on the club, while ...view item »

Ras G & Moresounds
Ras G Meets Moresounds EP

They don’t come much tougher than this. Brooklyn label Dub-Stuy launches a series of collaborative EPs with a meeting between LA astro-experimentalist Ras G and Parisian producer Moresounds. Taking dub stylings as their cue, both producers move off to explore different parts of the soundsy...view item »

Cavern Of Anti-Matter
Hormone Lemonade

The truth of the matter is that it’s a Phil thing. Cavern of Anti-Matter is our boss’s band through and through, having wowed him with the double-whammy of Tim Gane and motorik rhythm. Me, I like ‘Hormone Lemonade’ fine, but given that I spent the ten minutes prior to sitting down with the record trying to work out why I ...view item »

A Certain Ratio
I'd Like To See You Again

I’d Like To See You Again was the 4th album by Manchester post-punk band A Certain Ratio, or ACR to their friends. It was originally released on the notorious Factory Records label in 1982. It was the first album with co-vocalist Martha Tilston. This reissue comes via Mute and is available...view item »

Wet Tuna
Livin’ The Die

Some responsibly-sourced, pole-and-line-caught psych-rock from Wet Tuna here. The Vermont duo’s debut LP sees the pair layering up percussion, organs, vocals and of course some fuzzy fuzzy guitars to create freak-rock jams reminiscent of a lower-budget Moon Duo. Out via Feeding Tube ...view item »

New Games / Rhythm & Sound

Hey: don’t buy it yet. It’s not Goat. It’s goat. Different bands; different strokes. Where the other, famous one is a pseudo-mysterious psych rock band from some mythical narrative in who cares, this one is a quartet of Japanese experimentalists absolutely toying wi...view item »
New in: 21st March 2018

The Dark Orchestra

Warp's recently revived techno offshoot Arcola follows EPs from Rian Treanor and 2814 with a 4-track EP from NON affiliate Nkisi. On the suitably titled 'The Dark Orchestra' she mixes the sounds of West African club music with a tougher European Tekno sound. These tracks are gloomy, hard and heavy, incorpor...view item »

Derek Bailey
Lot 74

Honest Jons' Derek Bailey reissue programme continues with the welcome addition of one of the guitarist’s earliest solo LPs, recorded way back in 1974. The side-long title track is a particular tour de force, a rapid-fire onslaught of Bailey’s trademark harmonics, dissonant clusters and stereo panning that is as defi...view item »

Derek Bailey, Tristan Honsinger

Another of Bailey’s early Incus records reissued by Honest Jons, this time a 1976 set pairing the guitarist with American cellist Tristan Honsinger. Bailey’s collaborative appearances were always quite a different prospect than his solo work. The musicians are heard playing in both n...view item »

De Leon
De Leon

Mana Records are an intriguing new label. Andrea Zarza - one half of Mana - is curator at the British Sound Library Archive, while Matthew Kent founded the excellent online mixtape series Blowing Up The Workshop. The imprint’s latest re...view item »

The Glimpse

Dara Smith, one half of Irish electronic duo, Lakker has made a solo EP under the name of Arad. The Glimpse features six tracks of synth stabs, vocoder soaked vocals and beats. Here we find yet another artist making a record decrying the state of the world today but as Aldous Huxley said, “Perhaps it&rsquo...view item »


Aquarian and Deapmash have served up some choice techno morsels in recent years - try the latter’s recent Leisure System EP Halcyon ...view item »

Dual Action
Babe Beer Bar Car

Dual Purpose is Hospital Productions regular Matthew Folden. A frequent collaborator with Prurient and also half of Virile Games and K.P. alongside Max Gudmunson. This 2LP compiles a selection of tracks (not all of 'em) originally released as limited edition tapes (Babe, Beer, Bar and Car) on Hospital Productions. The collection traverse...view item »

Brother JT
Tornado Juice

Tornado Juice? No, see, I just reviewed the Guided By Voices record, so. I don’t. Understand. Okay, well, using similarly ludicrous madlib blurt for his album title, Brother JT offers a kinda cheeky and never quite serious replication of rock -- maybe country, sometimes synth, occasionally fuzzy, it’s mostly just laid back and archet...view item »

2 Down 2 Dance

Sorry are a new London band hopefully named after the Ronnie Corbett sitcom of the same name.  They make an interesting racket which takes in both r&b style beats and Nirvana grungy guitars. This is their debut 7" and it really does sound like Nirvana/Hole re-branded for the tastes of 2018.   ...view item »

Michael Chapman

This Dutch radio recording offers a rare chance to hear the Yorkshire folkie onstage in the early years of his career. Accompanied only by bassist Rick Kemp, the singer / guitarist performs loose and laid-back takes on tracks from his then-current albums on the Harvest label. Both CD and red vinyl versions include a download of ...view item »

Dead Vibrations
Dead Vibrations

I’m pickin’ up dead vibrations. What are dead vibrations, exactly? Do dead vibrations continue to vibrate? Hopefully, Sweden’s Dead Vibrations can help; the Stockholm hairgaze outfit named themselves and their debut LP after such deceased oscillations. In any case, this lot sound very much alive, plugged in and...view item »

Musique Expérimentale

Finders Keepers bring yet another vital moment of the 20th Century French leftfield to wax with this release of early electroacoustic music and music concrete. After Pierre Schaeffer secured the keys to one of Europe’s first purpose-built electroacoustic studios in 1951, a community began to incubate aroun...view item »

Alasdair Roberts, Amble Skuse & David McGuiness
What News

Classic Scottish folk singer (he hates that term that's why I put it there) Alasdair Roberts lurches out of his comfort zone on this his twelfth solo album by casting away his guitar and collaborating with Concerto Caledonia director David McGuinness. McGuinness was charged with arranging Roberts songs and he brought in&nbs...view item »

Courtney Marie Andrews
May Your Kindness Remain

Balladic country singer Courtney Marie Andrews arises from an Arizona slumber to deliver ‘May Your Kindness Remain’, a gorgeous record in praise of classic sound: with its title track overdriving into gospel, she suggests a record reeling up tradition. As always, these kind of retreads work if the feelings grow new, and they ...view item »

No Babies
Someone To Watch Over Me

Belligerent thrashers, listen up: it’s about to get real messy. No Babies, no wave and no mercy; it all amounts to ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’, a record of discordant punk delivered unto us via skronk. The free jazz and nails-against-wall shredding synergise on this record to birth a record of devilled energy and catastrophic po...view item »

Jack White
Boarding House Reach

What is interesting is how a man who wrote such simple songs that cut straight to the chase has managed to become so bloated.  Opener here 'Connected By Love' has several organ and guitar solos, a gospel choir, burping electronics, a breakdown section, quiet vocals, shouted vocals, a kitchen sink. What did 'Seven Nation Army' have. Go on, t...view item »


The ever-canny Superior Viaduct of Craig-Leon-pissing-off fame have unearthed another kosmische masterwork here in the form of Frenchman Richard Pinhas and his second stab at a long player, 'Allez-Téia', released under his cult Heldon guise. Truly lovely stuff is this, beyond the realm of mere words suffice to say. Records like th...view item »

Bruce Gilbert
Ex Nihilo

Editions Mego mark their 250th release with a regular contributor to the label - ex-Wire / Dome member Bruce Gilbert. Ex Nihilo encapsulates his signature sonics - harsh, austere, sculptural aural brutalism, hacked into a variety of abstract and alien shapes. The fact that the a...view item »

Spiritual Jazz Vol. 8 - Japan: Part Two

New compilation from Jazzman records celebrating the underrated world of Japanese jazz. Though Japan has long been an enthusiastic consumer of jazz, their own musicians haven't always had their fandom reciprocated. Comes with detailed liner notes in Japanese and English, and, of course, an OBI strip. ...view item »

Electronique Guerilla

Heldon’s very first album, from 1974, reissued on CD and vinyl for your spaced-out listening pleasure. Electronique Guerilla lays out the magical Heldon sound straight away, with Richard Pinhas and friends making magic with (mostly) an EMS Synthi and a guitar. Among the guests are...view item »

Mark Pritchard
Four Worlds

The last Mark Pritchard 'Under the Sun' LP was one of those LPs everyone should own. The sort of record that appeals to folks who buy just a few records a year and those who have followed Pritchard from back in his Global Communication days. A catch-all electronic record with nods to ...view item »

The Total Rejection
Wrapping Yourself In Silver Foil Won't Save You From The Blast

They may be hiding behind layers of mystique but I know that name when I see it and this appears to be a new project of Andrew Jarrett of 90s garage pop rackateers the Groove Farm and later the more Pavementy lo-fi pop of Beatnik Filmstars...view item »

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