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Added to site: 12th December 2017

The Courteeners
St. Jude Re:Wired

The Courteeners frontman, Liam Fray, went on a little jaunt around the country playing acoustic shows. Inspired by this, and to mark the 10th anniversary of the release of their debut album, The Courteeners have decided to re-record St. Jude in an unplugged stylie...view item »
Added to site: 8th December 2017

Les Filles de Illighadad
Eghass Malan

Sahel Sounds have uncovered something genuinely original and unique here. The female trio live in a remote Saharan village in Niger and have devised a style combining modern Tuareg guitar with rural tende songs, and new songs in that style. In doing so they’...view item »
Added to site: 5th December 2017

Full Clip / BR Greaze

Considering that their first drop was Kahn & Neek’s all-conquering ‘Backchat’/‘Dubchat’, the people at Hotline Recordings set the bar pretty high from the get-go. They followed that release with this brain-bending two-track from Lurka. Is it dancehall? Is it jun...view item »


French upstart—and Youtube sensation—Ta-Ra (formerly known as Ta-Ha) drops her debut vinyl release with ‘SunrayZ’, a mini LP showcasing her trademark ethereal R&B. She’s dark and brooding on ‘Kawasaki Ninja’, and chill and dreamy on ‘Death Ray’, but it’s her syrupy,...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 »
Added to site: 4th December 2017

Always Then

Well, there's a lot of this rumbling bleak new-wave stuff going around at the moment and this lot are particularly excellent at encapsulating that grainy, listless yet implicitly determined mood which kind of suits our current times eh? The KVB rack up somewhere between a lo-fi shoegaze Joy Di...view item »
Added to site: 3rd December 2017

The Elm Street Group
Freddy's Greatest Hits

This really exists. Freddy’s Greatest Hits by The Elm Street Group mixes covers (Everly Brothers, Wilson Pickett etc), instrumentals and original songs played by respected professional musicians and sung by Robert Englund as Freddie Kruger. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this was largely ignored ...view item »

Ethan Gold
Songs From A Toxic Apartment

Ethan Gold’s first album meanders in all directions. Packed with emotions and careful orchestrations, Songs from a Toxic Apartment is reminiscent of Elliott Smith in its one-man drama. Although the man's been busy writing movie soundtracks, his debut is finally being reissued on vinyl and CD as we...view item »
Added to site: 28th November 2017

L.A. Salami
The City Of Bootmakers

L.A. Salami is currently based in London, however, he recorded his second LP, The City Of Bookmakers, in Berlin. He lets rip on the album with a diatribe against those in control who seek to keep the meek and under-privileged down. Salami is a prolific artist, The City of Bookmakers follows on fro...view item »
Added to site: 26th November 2017

Remix EP

12" of remixes of tracks taken from Brainwaltzera's entire discography. Their name should give you a clue as to the sort of stuff this is, if the presence of Luke Vibert, didn't give it away. Intelligent Dance Music, Brain Dance, you get it. Also features Eva Geistt, Philipp Otterback...view item »
Added to site: 24th November 2017

Echo & The Bunnymen
The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon

Ian McCulloch and co. have never been timid or averse to grand gestures, so this album of “improved” studio re-recordings of past highlights is well within character. The track list hasn’t been disclosed at the time of writing, but is said to include some new songs alongside the reworked hits. It seems safe to ...view item »
Added to site: 23rd November 2017

Apollo Brown & Planet Asia

Powerful collab with former half of Cali Agents, Fresno’s Planet Asia, providing the rhymes over deep and scratchy soul selections from Detroit’s Apollo Brown. Willie the Kid, Guilty Simpson and Tri-State each make an appearance.&nbs...view item »

The Traveller

Once again i'm getting my head gorgeously smashed in by the future of German techno - this time the record is all the work of one man - the incredibly gifted René Pawlowitz. After the soulful, sublime & uber-deep grooves of 'Shedding the Past' blew everyone's minds a couple of years back it's a pleasure to report another classic-in-th...view item »

Demob Happy
Holy Doom

Holy Doom is the second album by Demob Happy, the follow up to their 2015 debut, Dream Soda. The trio formed in Newcastle as a quartet, but now, one member lighter, call Brighton home. Going by the few snippets we’ve heard, whilst keeping the post-grunge indie rock of their debut, the band h...view item »
Added to site: 22nd November 2017

Benin City
Last Night

Last Night by Benin City examines London’s night life. The band reminisce about the hedonistic times they’ve had in the Big Smoke. Their influences are wide-ranging, from Philip Glass to Metronomy, Ghostpoet to Grizzly Bear...view item »
Added to site: 15th November 2017

Christopher Willis
The Death of Stalin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Chistopher Willis’s lively score for Armando Iannucci’s black comedy The Death of Stalin conveys both the fraught intensity of the film’s plot and the provocatively irreverent style in which it is told. Willis has collaborated with Iannucci’s team before for Veep, as well ...view item »
Added to site: 14th November 2017

In Absentia: Tome 2

Shlomo is back with his second EP, 'In Absentia: Tome 2' for Delsin records. Two cutting edge techno cuts this time from the Parisian, one lush and radiant ambient track plus a pumping rework by Tommy Four Seven. Letting loose the rough n' tumble drums with crisp hi-hats against sparkling synths, then it gets all tranqu...view item »

Oscar Mulero

Can’t wait for the imminent Oscar Mulero full-length Perfect Peace? Well, you can sate your need for powerful Mulero...view item »
Added to site: 10th November 2017

Bob Dylan
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan

This is Bob Dylan’s second album, but its really the start of Dylan as we know it, as it contains mostly original compositions, including certified bangers like ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’ and ‘Blowin’ in the Wind’! The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan...view item »


This deliriously groovy fusion of worlds pits Mulugeta Teshome's traditional Ethiopian flute playing against contemporary dance beats. It's a record with a global scope, with Kalbata coming from Tel Aviv. The three versions each stand up on their own, offering a different shade of the central concept....view item »

Mathias Schober

More deep goodness from Optimo Trax, this time an exercise in maximising the potential of a stripped back setup. A drum machine and synth framework has focus here, with fluctuations in filtering and effects providing plenty of life. Around this ooze gorgeous drones and sonic environments, all dream like....view item »
Added to site: 7th November 2017

Cosmo Sheldrake
The Much Much How How and I

Anthropology student, wonderfully monikered, very talented musician - it seems Cosmo Sheldrake has got it goin’ on. The Much Much How How And I is his debut album, the sound of which is influenced by the classic ‘60s pop of The Beatles and The Kinks along with the diverse classical c...view item »
Added to site: 6th November 2017

Franck Gérard

Franck Gerard delivers six tracks to the Groovedge Records imprint, who have done us all the favour of pressing them to 12” vinyl. Gerard’s style, as displayed on Ambios...view item »

Roberto Mazza
Scoprire Le Orme

Some very interesting sounds here from Roberto Mazza (of Telaio Magnetico), released in 1991 on cassette and never available on vinyl until right now. Scoprire ...view item »
Added to site: 1st November 2017

D'Marc Cantu / Black Meteoric Star
Split Concept

Traxx’s Nation label is always a sure thing when it comes to odd variations on the blueprint of rugged hardware house music, and the pairing of D’Marc Cantu and Black Meteoric Star on this split release is a prime example. Cantu is actually in a relatively restrained mode here, burro...view item »

Burnier & Cartier
Burnier & Cartier

Brazil, 1974. Burnier & Cartier release this self-titled suite of super-fly boogie-jazz and disco-soul. Many have loved this music since then, but relatively few have owned it, due to low print runs and high prices. Thankfully Brighton’s Mr Bongo have stepped in with the reissue duties, allowing everybody to groove to ...view item »
Added to site: 24th October 2017

Those Moments

Longtime champion of London-centric soundsystem music from dubstep to garage and grime, Blackdown makes a break from previous album bouts with regular cohort Dusk to present a more personal statement that deals in what the artist describes as a “weightless” LP. Trim, Dusk...view item »
Added to site: 23rd October 2017

Chris Thompson
Chris Thompson

Chris Thompson originally released his acid-tinged self-titled debut album in 1973 after moving to London from his native New Zealand. In the late sixties he cut his folk teeth playing with Californian folkie Julie Felix. His time in the UK brought him sessions with Wizz Jones and Davy G...view item »

Feels Like Air

London youngsters Island have been making waves with their fervent indie pop over a couple EPs and their single Try, which is taken from their debut album Feels Like Air. There’s a limited edition coloured vinyl version if you’re quick, otherwise you can get black vinyl and a lavishly packaged CD. On French Kiss....view item »
Added to site: 16th October 2017

The Crystal Method

With the American love for so-called EDM still apparently surging, this is a great time to be reissuing Vegas, the debut album of The Crystal Method. Originally dropping in 1997, Vegas features the duo’s attempts to absorb and americanise the big beat goings on happening back in the UK at that time. And i...view item »
Added to site: 13th October 2017

Fumio Itabashi

Watabase is a solo piano record from Fumio Itabashi, a rightful legend of Japanese jazz. Released in 1982, Watabase features some very nimble and spiritual interpretations of compositions by the likes of Dollar Brand and Vernon Duke, with Itabashi’s music...view item »
Added to site: 12th October 2017

AU (Alternate Universe)

Los Angeles duo HOTT MT (long version ‘Hour Of The Time Majesty Twelve’) release their sophomore record AU (Alternate Universe). Behind overblown, cryptic titles (‘The Many Coloured Death;’ ‘Deadman II: The Starcluster’), this journey in experimental psych pop reveals very real themes of uncer...view item »
Added to site: 10th October 2017

The Mask Of The Imperial Family
The Mask Of The Imperial Family

For almost forty years, the bizarre and innovative self-titled album by Yasuo Sugibayashi’s The Mask of the Imperial Family has existed officially only on 300 vinyl copies. Now, to the delight of aching fans and the disappointment of Discogs touters, the record has finally received the reissue treatment from the aptly-name...view item »
Added to site: 18th September 2017

Kings Of Leon
Come Around Sundown

I've listened to it a couple of times, and Come Around Sundown is (unfortunately for some of us) what I expected from the Only By the Night follow-up. Don't get me wrong. It's a solid effort. It's polished both in terms of vocals and instrumentals. It's easy to listen to. And it's got an expansive, big sound that will play well in any arena. It ...view item »
Added to site: 5th September 2017

Morgan Fisher
Inside Satie

Morgan Fisher has had quite the career. Having been about for 50 odd years, Fisher was with the one hit wonders Love Affair in the ‘60s, moving onto Mott The Hoople and then into a...view item »
Added to site: 4th September 2017

These Eyes
Soca Hustle / Let Me Love

The press release ain’t giving much away about this one. It’s These Eyes with Soca Hustles/Let Me Love on Invisible City Editions. There’s a very fun groove with these. There’s naive and playful instrumentation and its West African influences remind me of Onyeabor...view item »


Zamrock's most supreme band, Witch (which means We Intend To Cause Havoc) continue to get the reissue treatment from Now-Again with the more overtly experimental 'Kuomboka'. And by experimental, we mean, you know the opposite: slow jams, modest rock, and all the American pop influence in the world. As always, though, there's still a good amount ...view item »

Movin' On

The great Zamrock band, WITCH stands for We Intend To Cause Havoc and in ‘70s and ‘80s Zambia they certainly did. Since being brought back to public attention by the likes of label owner Egon, the havoc has been continuing across dancefloors the world over. Movin’ On...view item »
Added to site: 1st September 2017

A Ravishment of Mirror

Originally released on CD in 2014, Pinkcourtesyphone’s Ambient, Drone masterpiece,  A Ravishment of Mirror, is now available on vinyl for the first time through the label Thoughtforms. Inspired by the city of Los Angeles in which Richard Chartier, the man behind Pinkc...view item »
Added to site: 14th August 2017

S. English
S. English

The S stands for Shane and leftfield electronics is his game. Over on the actually very trustworthy L.I.E.S. label, S. English offers a new batch of terse, blood-curdling beat exercises, with his self-titled 12" certain to interest those who like their dance music twisted into a new shape. Bl...view item »

Bear Bones, Lay Low
Atlantean Encrypted Message

Ernesto González goes white label with three tracks from his Bear Bones, Lay Low project. With the title track taken from his 2015 cassette only album Visions From Limbus on Lonktaar, it’s a radiophonic exploration, sounding like a rainforest on the forbidden planet. Backed by two brand new...view item »
Added to site: 29th July 2017

Stephen Encinas
Disco Illusion

The reason that Stephen Encinas’ Disco Illusion sounds like such a perfect example of vintage 80’s New York disco is that it is precisely that. But sadly it was never properly distributed back in the day, depriving decades-worth of dancefloors of this groovy wild music, complete with steel pans and cool tape...view item »
Added to site: 1st July 2017

The Vision
Spectral Nomad

The Vision is an alias of a certain Robert Hood, the Detroit techno mastermind. Spectral Nomad dates back to 1996, when its tightly-packed minimal style caused a stir among the deep listeners and the club rollers alike. Saying that, these four tracks can still turn heads today. This exciting 12” r...view item »
Added to site: 26th June 2017

Ry Cooder
Paris Texas (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ry Cooder paints a somber mood with his slide guitar, giving the movie another dimension for us to view the tormented soul. The music has a quiet simplicity to it but is laden with ghostly emotions - he plays that one riff that just echoes throughout. The melancholy songs are interrupted by a very different, but beautiful sound of Cancion Mixtec...view item »
Added to site: 5th June 2017

The Beacon Sound Choir
Sunday Songs

Peter Broderick helms a large choir here for his new project The Beacon Sound Choir, which brings together vocalists of various experience levels. Side A of Sunday Songs is a rather beautiful set of massed vocal collaboration, presented raw and unadorned. On Side B, Machinefabrik takes ...view item »
Added to site: 15th May 2017

Guy Cuevas

Originally released on Island Records in 1982 Guy Cuevas’s smooth and soulful boogie slant on the disco sound made him pretty much legendary. A DJ at Le Palace in Paris his sound was iconic, injecting heightened sensuality into the mix. Reissued and limited Trad Vibe bring the original layout with two mixes of Obsessio...view item »
Added to site: 12th May 2017

Of Montreal
Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?

Now the new album from OF MONTREAL on polyvinyl. This isn't an album to brush off with a flippant comment. It's innovation and originality is to be admired as it veers from cheeky holiday disco to orchestrated pop. The vocals are double tracked and awkward, hitting some unexpected and swooping lines and you never know if its g...view item »
Added to site: 25th April 2017

Flight To Jamaica

Little is publicly known about Crashers, but we do know this: their Flight To Jamaica release is back and fully remastered on vinyl pressing. As a Mecca in the world of Caribbean disco, this duo offering contains everything you'd come to expect - chunky funk bass, choppy guitar and quintessen...view item »
Added to site: 21st April 2017

The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Here's our Anton and his latest batch of buddies back for another go. And there's a cock on the first track! Right at the end, if you listen carefully. Otherwise, opener 'Panic in Babylon' is an odd slice of Arabian sounding pop which neither inspires nor particularly upsets though little impr...view item »

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