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Added to site: Monday 3rd September 2018

Peter Gordon
Eighteen

Peter Gordon’s first LP in three years arrives courtesy of Foom (Rhys Chatham, Peter Zummo). On Eighteen Gordon is ably assisted by Gabe Guernsey (Factory Floor), Larry Saltzman (Arthur Russell...view item »

Amnesia Scanner
Another Life

They took their sweet time about it, but four years on from their breakout mixtape AS Live [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Berlin-based duo Amnesia Scanner have delivered their debut LP. Another Life is, of course, a record as brilliant as it is difficult to pin down. The pair’s sound has always been a helt...view item »

Puce Mary
The Drought

Frederikke Hoffmeier aka Copenhagener Puce Mary joins PAN for her new album The Drought, where she is found tucking in to the world’s most suspicious-looking apple. The image suggests themes of temptation, self-destruction and self-preservation are encountered in these new tracks, while compositionally Hoffmeier s...view item »

This Mortal Coil
Blood

Blood was the third and final This Mortal Coil album and like it's predecessor Filagree and Shadow, was presented as a double album. Once again large swathes of the 4AD roster were involved and the album has several highlights that compare favourably with their earlier work. There are two Chris Bell (Bi...view item »

This Mortal Coil
Filigree and Shadow

Filagree and Shadow was the follow up to the much loved debut It Will End In Tears from shadowy 4AD collective This Mortal Coil. Again leader Ivo Watts-Russell chose a supergroup made out of (mostly) artists on his label but this time there were more self penned compositions, enough to make it into a double alb...view item »

This Mortal Coil
It'll End In Tears

Oh lord this is the album. Back in the 80's no-one had any time for the likes of Big Star or Tim Buckley. 4AD head honcho was different though. He had exquisite taste and was also ambitious enough to put together a floating member super group to re-interpret some of his favourite songs. It Will End In T...view item »

Geotic
Traversa

Blissful indie-techno producer Geotic, alias of Will Wiesenfield (better-known as Baths), with another album packed with soulful and warm beats. Geotic's albums so far have contained dance music for dancing by yourself, for staring out of train windows: dance for when you're okay with being by yourself. And base...view item »
Added to site: Sunday 2nd September 2018

Ofege
Try And Love

Largely neglected in the wave of Lagos Funk and Afrobeat reissues of the past decade, Ofege now get their dues with a reissue courtesy of Tidal Waves Music. Recorded when the group were still in high school, Try And Love went on to sell loads of copies when it first came out in 1973. Ofege’s brand...view item »

Guttersnipe
My Mother The Vent

If your music needs a bit of weirdness then Guttersnipe are your people. The Leeds duo have been tantalising crowds far and near for the last few years with their blend of Aids Wolf-like racket and Whitehouse intensity. Theirs is a musical language not even invented yet so get this debut wax off...view item »

Saloli
The Deep End

The Year Zero for Mary Sutton’s debut LP as Saloli was a performance at a clothing-optional soaking-pool sauna. In attempting to make music for people relaxing in hot bubbly water, Sutton came up with these sounds of warm, tranquil beauty. The generative point of The Deep End encourages comparisons with ...view item »

SRSQ
Unreality

Unreality is a phoenix from the flames. SRSQ is the solo project of Them Are Us Too’s Kennedy Ashlyn - the same Them Are Us Too who lost collaborator and dear friend Cash Askew in the 2016 Ghost Ship Fire. This LP is the sound of Ashlyn coming to terms with the grief. Sonically th...view item »
Added to site: Saturday 1st September 2018

Aaron Drake
The Godfathers Of Hardcore (Original Motion Picture Score)

Most Original Motion Picture Scores don’t sound anything like this, but then most motion pictures aren’t documentaries about the New York hardcore scene, with a focus on Agnostic Front. No Hans Zimmer here: it’s music put together to perfectly suit all the crushing, high-energy punk ac...view item »

Maria Horn
Kontrapoetik

Kontrapoetik is a response to the fascinating history of Maria Horn's home region of Ångermanland. It's been subject to witch-hunts, to military suppression of workers and is currently facing a crisis of inequality. Using field recordings, radio broadcasts as well as a church organ and a Buc...view item »

Lawrence
Illusion

After a couple of LPs for Mule Musiq, Illusion sees Lawrence back on Dial, the label he founded alongside Carsten Jost and Turner. This is another record of finely-calibrated central European techno and deep house from the one born Peter Kersten. The li...view item »

Mac DeMarco / Haruomi Hosono
Honey Moon

Turns out that Mac DeMarco is a huge fan of Japanese legend Haruomi Hosono and as part of this ongoing series from Lights in the Attic has chosen to cover 'Honey Moon' in his inimitable style whilst also singing in Japanese. You'll remember this series from the time Ariel Pink covered ...view item »
Added to site: Friday 31st August 2018

Nova Materia
It Comes

Nova Materia here show their debut album to the world, full of their idiosyncratic take on electronically-driven post-punk. It Comes could feasibly be at home both on the decks of an electro-focused club, or on the stage of any number of festivals. The band grew out of remnants of Chilean band Panico, s...view item »

Ravi Shankar
The Rough Guide to Ravi Shankar

Maestro Ravi Shankar, virtuoso of the sitar helped to bring traditional Indian Classical music to millions of us Westerners since the '60s. Those kind folks at Rough Guide have collected together a few of Shankar's classic ragas as a kind of taster, an appetiser of a whole world of wonderful riches. Yes, some gu...view item »

New War
Coin

New War is a fine name for a group, so that’s a start. Coin’s a decent enough title for an LP too. As for the music? Well, it’s actually very good. This lot are from Melbourne, which has brought them plenty of comparisons to The Birthday Party. They’re not unfounded, mind - the u...view item »

Shake
5% Solution

Prayers have been answered! This sought after 4-track EP is a secret weapon, high on many a Detroit techno fiend's wants list. Originally released on Juan Atkins hallowed Metroplex imprint back in 1993 -- the same year Anthony "Shake" Shakir released his debut under the Shake handle on Kevin Saunderson's KMS sister label Trance Fusion. Shake has...view item »

Frøkedal
How We Made It

Second LP from Grammy-nominated Norwegian Frøkedal here. How We Made It is one of those folksy twee-pop things that Scandinavians tend to excel at. The press release says that this album is more instrumentally diverse and less reliant on acoustic instruments than her debut full-length Hold On Dreamer, bu...view item »

Einstürzende Neubauten
Grundstück

Grundstuck is a rare piece of the big Einsturzende Neubauten puzzle, being initially released only for the benefit of an elite club of close supporters in 2005. Thrillingly, the material here captures the band i...view item »

Hinosch
Hands

Hinosch are a Dusseldorf-Osaka proposition, featuring two people who have variously been in To Rococo Rot and Goat. Hands...view item »

Lee "Scratch" Perry
Super Ape Returns To Conquer

Lee “Scratch” Perry is an acknowledged legend and originator, and Super Ape, the 1976 album he recorded at his Black Ark, is one of the most groundbreaking records in his vast discography. Now he mak...view item »

Comet Gain
If Not Tomorrow

Indie-rockers Comet Gain have been recording heartfelt indie since 1995, with every record a fresh reaction to the previous. This first single off their upcoming album, If Not Tomorrow, is a piece of cheerful and solid rambling indie-rock, reminiscent of the Babies. Sounds a bit like running through autumn leaves while ...view item »

Thomas Newman
Skyfall (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Skyfall was one of the best Bond films of recent years, and its soundtrack wasn’t all that shabby either: in fact, Thomas Newman’s work here was nominated for a god-damned Oscar. This double LP set c...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
My Neighbor Totoro: Sound Book

Studio Ghibli's My Neighbour Totoro is one of the most magical and mischievous films to come out of the legendary animation studio. The film depicts two sisters dealing with the challenges of life with the help of some adorable (and furry) friends. This Sound Book, by composer Joe Hisaishi...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
My Neighbor Totoro: Soundtrack

The soundtrack to the 1988 Miyazaki classic My Neighbor Totoro, composed by Joe Hisaishi. This LP is a Japanese impo...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
My Neighbor Totoro: Image Album

The image album for the painfully endearing Studio Ghibli classic, My Neighbor Totoro. What's an image album you ask? It's a kind of companion piece common in Japanese media, designed to flesh out its subject. Here composer Joe Hisaishi was tasked with "making songs which chi...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
Taiju - Castle In The Sky: Symphony Version

Castle In The Sky is a 1986 film by Hayao Miyazaki, particularly notable for being the first animation ever to come out of Studio Ghibli. The soundtrack, b...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
Hikouseki No Nazo - Castle In The Sky: Soundtrack

Castle In The Sky is a 1986 film by Hayao Miyazaki, particularly notable for being the first animation ever to come out of Studio Ghibli. The soundtrack, b...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
Sora Kara Futtekita Shoujo - Castle In The Sky: Image Album

Sora Kara Futtekita Shoujo - Castle In The Sky: Image Album presents the rare musical material that Joe Hisaishi initially created on the basis of an image of Laputa, before the Miyazaki...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
Haruka Na Chi E - Nausicaä Of The Valley Of Wind: Soundtrack

A reissue of the soundtrack for Studio Ghibli's science-fiction epic Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind. This was composer Joe Hisaishi's first collaboration with the legendary Hayao Miyazaki. The soundtrack is heavily symphonic, but also features some elect...view item »

Joe Hisaishi
Tori No Hito - Nausicaä Of The Valley Of Wind: Image Album

Before Studio Ghibli made Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind, composer Joe Hisaishi created a soundtrack based on the manga that inspired the film. In the same way that a film studio will create concept artwork to get a better sense of how the film might look, this is a conc...view item »

Advance Base
Animal Companionship

Advance Base is Owen Ashworth, whom you’ll know from his previous project, the insular DIY electro-pop outfit Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. With Advance Base...view item »
Added to site: Thursday 30th August 2018

Posthuman
The Snake Bites Twice

Posthuman present four new powerful slices of their sound, featuring (we are promised) even more energy than their previous releases. The Snake Bites Twice is positively drenched in acid, and tracks like ‘...view item »

Aleksi Perala
Sunshine 1

Aleksi Perala’s miniature album proposition Sunshine 1 is a very fine piece of IDM-leaning electronics, with sexy titles like ‘NL-L56-18-07382’ setting the tone. Really though, for all the inte...view item »

Muse
Simulation Theory

When rock band Muse properly jumped the shark is probably very much up for debate, but I’d say that the Simulation Theory cover firmly settles the question in terms o...view item »

Neneh Cherry
Broken Politics

Neneh Cherry produced by Four Tet: what a contemporary dream team eh? Broken Politics is an album that engages with the dark nonsense-scape we live in, wit...view item »

Michel Banabila
VoizNoiz

Two decades since it was first released, Michel Banabila's VoizNois is now available on vinyl. This is an incredibly playful album, pitching itself at the more listenable end of plunderphonics. It veers from hip-hop to jungle to jazz while always maintaining a core identity that is as silly as it is pr...view item »

Lights On Moscow
Aorta Songs - Part 1

Lights on Moscow is a project with its routes in the cities of New York and Newcastle (nevertheless: Moscow!), formed by a member of Lanterns On The Lake and a member of Editors and ...view item »

John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
Halloween III: Season of the Witch

Round three for the Halloween franchise brought big witchy vibes to the franchise, but most important for our current interests here is that John Carpenter and ...view item »

Marie Davidson
Working Class Woman

If you've yet to experience Marie Davidson's music as a solo artist then it's possible you may have encountered her on the Constellation label as a member of Essaie Pas, Land Of Kush or Les Momies de Palerme (amongst others). 'Working Class Woman', her fourth solo full-length, arrives on Ninja Tune and is the Montreal-based artist's most introsp...view item »

XY0815
Exahertz

The quietly impressive London label brokntoys (The Hacker, Marco Bernardi) drops the debut solo record from Leipzig-based producer XY0815. Anyone who’s familiar with the brokntoys output up until this point will likely have a decent idea of what they&rsquo...view item »

Cromby
Futurola EP

For a while Denis Sulta was using the Sulta Selects label as a vehicle for releasing his own stuff. However, with the new Sulta Selects Silver Service series that appears to be changing. The sub-label kicks off with a release by Irish producer Cromby. Fut...view item »

Various
Brown Acid: The Seventh Trip

RidingEasy present another compilation of their carefully curated vintage hard rock obscurities! Brown Acid: The Seventh Trip (which surely ought to be the most powerful yet!) contains ten cuts from ten bands who were hard-chugging away in the seventies to the attention of almost no-one, all fully-licensed and from analogue sources....view item »

Hippo Campus
Bambi

Poppy-type pop music from the likeable Hippo Campus here. Bambi, the Minnesota band’s sophomore LP, is one of those records that has a Mac Demarco thing going on. It’s also likely to be a huge hit, so best school yourself on it now so you can look cool to your mates when the band are headlin...view item »
Added to site: Wednesday 29th August 2018

Olev Muska
Laulik-Elektroonik - Explorations in Estonian Electronic Folk Music - The First Years, 1979-1983

Most of the people I know are fairly unfamiliar with Estonian Electronic Folk Music, but thankfully now there is an easy way to get them acquainted. This release on the Frotee label presents some early Estonian-themed work by Estonian-abroad Olev Muska, who interpreted his home country’s folk songs with his home studio equ...view item »

The Beautiful South
Miaow

Once Hull's second biggest employer, the Beautiful South were an incredibly successful collective and the second band to emerge from the brain of Paul Heaton after his earlier the Housemartins. Miaow was their fourth album and contained the usual pop froth with hidden dark and provocative lyrics. S...view item »

Joep Beving
Conatus

Conatus: in which Joep Beving hands over pieces of his contemporary classical music to various artists for reworking. With Deutsche Grammophon as the label, and a list of contributing artists that includes ...view item »

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Wasteland

Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats return with their most powerful album to date. The band recorded at Sunset Studios in LA and have come up with a raw an exuberant sound that promises to blow away most of the psych rock rabble that follow in their wake. A mixture of psych rock anthems and darker more politically aware material that...view item »

Haley
Pleasureland

Haley is not a new person. It's a new truncated name for Haley Bonar (now McCallum). But it is a new sound for the Minnesota based artist who has used her name change to make a bold move by removing all vocals from her music. Bold because her music was pretty much based around her golden throated melodies. Instead you get synth ...view item »

Dengue Dengue Dengue
Semillero

Dengue Dengue Dengue (so good they named them thrice!) are a Peruvian group who bring approaches and influences from home and abroad into thrilling contact with one another. Semillero’s six tracks are groovy and vivid, ready to modify your dancefloor. Features guest spots from Penya and Mi...view item »

Dub Surgeon
The Lost Future

The tracks in this record are named quite well because they are literally given a number. A number 1 to 13, in fact. I kind of wish more bands would do this because it certainly makes it easier. Anyway, Dub Surgeon has released The Lost Future and it brings us 'an authentic dub experience'. Released on Ark to Ashes and available on vinyl LP.&nbs...view item »

Mastodon
Once More ‘Round the Sun

'Once More 'Round The Sun' is Mastodon's sixth record, produced by rock and metal professor Nick Raskulinecz, who has worked with a variety of crossover metal bands, including Deftones, as well as proggier outfits like Rush. The record continues to push a version of Mastodon into the public with clean vocals, catchy riffs and an ear for mainstre...view item »
Added to site: Tuesday 28th August 2018

The Lotus Eaters
Desatura

Please be very very careful. This is not the 1980s Lotus Eaters famous for their 'First Picture of You' single. Instead these are two techno artists Lucy and Rrose. Here the two step away from the usual techno instrumentation and use synthesized sound and feedback to generate both textural and percussive el...view item »

Idealist
Mind Field

Enter Idealist’s Mind Field and get lost in the perfectly dubbed-out immersive house and techno spaces that lie within. The crafty reverbs and selectively-applied fil...view item »

Terence Fixmer
Through The Cortex

Terence Fixmer’s back on Ostgut Ton with a new LP. Through The Cortex is the producer’s sixth full-length (though first for the Berghain’s label) and having been around the block a few times the Frenchman is trying something a little different this time. It’s still techno, for su...view item »

Emika
Falling In Love With Sadness

The first solo album in a little while for the busy multi-project artist that is Emika. Falling In Love With Sadness is perhaps a richer, denser listen than past ...view item »

Beacon
Gravity Pairs

The duo that is Beacon have changed it up a little from their previous two albums, setting out to create songs from moment one rather than focusing on loop-driven compositions. So should we say Beacon ha...view item »

Greg Sage
Straight Ahead

This album by Greg Sage is notable for being the one that persuaded J. Mascis that the acoustic guitar was a thing worth existing, and Straight Ahead is worth your attention for that alone. Though even if you could care less about Dinosaur Jr, you should check it out on its own merit, a...view item »

Sebastian Gandera
La Raccourci

Sebastian Gandera is one of those guys who just quietly did their own thing, DIY style, in his bedroom, without concern for the wider world. Releases like this let us dip into this private sound world: La Raccourci sources material from rare private press cassettes and unreleased DAT tapes to build up a picture of this ...view item »

Roberto Donati
Cannibal Ferox

On the sleeve of this cult classic is a semi naked woman, with a strategically placed ‘banned in 31 countries’ banner covering her boobies, she’s in almost certain impending doom surrounded by a load of ne’er-do-wells with pointy spears. However you perceive yourself in life you should be grateful you are not this poor wo...view item »

Ozma
Rock and Roll Part Three

Rock and Roll Part Three was the debut album of Ozma (don’t be fooled by that ‘Part Three’), originally released on day one of the new millenium. Ozma have often been compared to Weezer, and this power-pop beauty is arguably better than a large portion of that band&rsq...view item »

Tangent
Approaching Complexity

The Netherlands duo of Ralph van Reijendam and Robbert Kok bring us their fourth album together as Tangent. Their sky-gazing ambience and gently unfurling beats have graced releases on Tympanik Audio and now n5MD (following 2016's "Collapsing Horizons" LP, a beautifully effective blend of dubby ambient and glitchy IDM styles) gi...view item »

Various
Shaolin Soul (Episode 4)

It is a testament to the ingenuity and talent of RZA’s Wu-Tang Clan productions that the world can eagerly take four whole volumes (so far!) of material he has sampled. Shaolin Soul (Episode 4) features funky business from the likes of The Dynamics, Freda Payne an...view item »

Drew McDowall
The Third Helix

Drew McDowall, formerly of Coil, once again delves into the concepts that drove those legendary sonic explorers. On The Third Helix, McDowall experiments with dark and twisted electronics, creating eight tracks that are ideal for looking inward. Intense and visceral, this is music...view item »

The Beta Band
The Three EPs (20th Anniversary Remaster) [Deluxe Edition]

Noted for *that* moment in High Fidelity when the guy in the store says "let's sell some records" and puts a Beta Band track on and people start wandering up to the counter to find out what it is. It's a reminder that the early the Beta Band was a good thing - their reputation is based on these three early EPs. The fact that the...view item »

Roll The Dice
Live At Berlin Atonal 2017

The festival Berlin Atonal have a record label now, releasing selected highlights from live sets over the years. This release extracts four tracks from a 2017 performance by Roll The Dice, who are of course Malcolm Pardon...view item »

Sunn Trio
Fayrus

OK, first thing’s first: Sunn Trio is nothing to do with Sunn O))), so bad luck if you were after some drone metal. But hold up! Fans of out-there music might well love this LP by Joel Robinson’s group Sunn Trio too, being as it is a desert-hazed trip of experimental...view item »

Mike Cooper
Tropical Gothic

Mike Cooper has been making his own special interpretations of ‘Tropical’ music for many years now, and this continues in style with new album Tropical Gothic. As you’d expect, this brings some darkness into the sound, reflecting on colonial influences. The music is wonderful, with guitars and field re...view item »

School Damage
A To X

Pop music as made by Melbourne young guns doing it on their own, with a sparky, punky, jumpy guitar band vibe. School Damage have the tight drums, bright organ leads and anti-virtuoso vocals that really make this kind of music shine, and their second album ...view item »

DJ Krush
Cosmic Yard (Special Edition)

DJ Krush -- pioneering hip-hop DJ and producer -- is back! Famed for his abstract-leaning contributions to the legendary Mo'Wax roster during the trip-hop heyday of the 1990s, his latest album Cosmic Yard (Special Edition) arrives as a 12-track LP or CD on Gamma Proforma. The keys are woozy and inf...view item »

Death Valley Girls
Darkness Rains

As befitting a band with the name Death Valley Girls, Death Valley Girls have a fuzzy, dirty, blown-out punk-rock vibe to them: they’ve got the riffs, they’ve got the distortion, they’v...view item »

Mythic Sunship
Another Shape Of Psychedelic Music

Mythic Sunship work in a doom-psych context, but the presence of a saxophone, as well as a free-jazz mindset, takes their work into wider territory. Another Shape Of Psychedelic Music is just that, being a swirling, metamorphosing beast that grooves and throbs and riffs and blasts. Not just another psych group you under...view item »

Elements Of Joy
Magnetiques

After a cassette release via Body Theory in 2016, Elements of Joy’s Magnetiques is now reissued by Brokntoys (Pip Williams, London Modular Alliance). On this record the artist often known as UVB fuses industrial punk, synthwave an...view item »

Rommek
Metamorphic (Set In Stone Trilogy Remixes)

Rommek’s Set In Stone series for Blueprint (James Ruskin, Oliver Ho) has so far wielded plenty of black-hearted, monolithic techno tracks. On Metamorphic, a set of remixes drawn from the Set In Stone records released so far, four producers t...view item »

Mikhail Chekalin
Ecstatic Lullaby

Works dating from 1978 to 1987 are represented here on this collection of material by Russian electronic musician Mikhail Chekalin. Though made in a Soviet context, the tracks on Ecstatic Lullaby...view item »
Added to site: Monday 27th August 2018

John Shima
Stealth EP

John Shima follows his recent releases on FireScope with a brand new EP on DMK, titled "Stealth". Previous EP 'Elements Unknown' garnered widespread acclaim for its emotionally charged, electro-tinged techno along the lines of UK stalwarts B12, classic Stasis and Kirk Degiorgio. The new release features 4 t...view item »

Kris Gietkowski
Symmetric Communication

Full-on prog action from Kris Gietkowski! If you are a fan of the band Egg, then you’ve got to hear this, as Kris took their early material as his inspiration for Symmetric Communication. No trendy nonsense, just beautiful progressive rock fun. This is a joint release between Frui...view item »

Various
The Three Seasons - The Spring, Summer and Autumn of Love

Delightfully over-stuffed triple LP compilation collection of the kind of stuff the Fruits de Mer label dudes love above all other stuff: 1966 to 1968 psychedelic music! Lots of great contemporary artists (LoveyDove, Anton Barbeau) covering lots of classic (and wonderfully obscure) material. And we even get ...view item »

Susumu Yokota
Acid Mt.Fuji

Originally released on Sublime Records (Marc Romboy, Captain Funk) in 1994, Susumu Yokota’s Acid Mt.Fuji is reissued as a double-vinyl by Midgar. This is nicely-calibrated electronica that veers from squeaky Rephlex-aping techno (...view item »
Added to site: Saturday 25th August 2018

Stano
Content To Write In I Dine Weathercraft

Stano was a member of the Dublin punk crew The Threat, but when he went solo in 1983, he produced some surprisingly beyond-punk sounds. Content To Write In I Dine Weathercraft is an impressive work of improvisation and experimentation made with a close bunch of collaborators, with post-punk elements mer...view item »
Added to site: Friday 24th August 2018

Winter & Triptides
Estrela Mágica

Winter & Triptides are a two-part collaboration, and those happy souls you see on the front cover spent the last two years (on and off), recording the material for Estrela Mágica at home. Sunshine psych-guitar-pop mixes with Tropicalia flavours, resulting in music that will make you feel good as it bounces br...view item »

39th & The Nortons
Mourning Waltz

Straight outta Paris come 39th & The Nortons, led by enthusiastic band creator Nick Wheeldon with a mission to resurrect the sixties in sonic form. Specifically, the group are after that lovely overlap between psychedelic guitars and organs, folky songcraft, and symphonic sweep. Mourning Waltz is re...view item »

Koichi Matsukaze Trio + Toshiyuki Daitoku
Earth Mother

In what seems to be a theme of Japanese Jazz Reissues, we’re proud to offer Earth Mother. If you’re not a collector of Far-Eastern jazz vinyl, you have no idea what we mean. Maybe you know the Koichi Matsukaze Trio & Toshiyuki Daitoku from the infamous J-Jazz 1969-1984 comp...view item »

Dean Wareham Vs. Cheval Sombre
Dean Wareham Vs. Cheval Sombre

A nice little project this: Dean Wareham, the voice of Galaxie 500, joins Cheval Sombre to record a selection of ten covers, all themed around Westerns. The material ranges from traditional numbers through Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt, all the way up to ...view item »

Laura Gibson
Goners

Goners is Laura Gibson’s fifth album, but her first after having completed an MFA in writing, which brings a particular mature depth to her lyrics, which explore strange and dark feelings of grief and loss. These songs are brought into being by a band that includes Dan Hunt and Dave Depper...view item »

Redd Kross
Third Eye

Redd Kross began life as part of the 1970’s Los Angeles South Bay punk scene by brothers Steven and Jeff McDonald who were intermittently joined by a revolving cast of members including Greg Hetson (Circle Jerks) and Ron Reyes (Black Flag). Full of catchy, melodic, thrash punk/power pop gems, their major label debut ‘Third Eye’...view item »

John Lennon
Imagine

The product designers at Universal skipped lunch finishing this one. At the lowest level, this reissue of fairly successful Beatle and fur coat collector John Lennon’s career highlight is a new stereo mix. Clamber up the ladder of deluxe formats and you’ll be met by a daunting barrage of remixes, b-s...view item »
Added to site: Thursday 23rd August 2018

Liars / Tropical Fuck Storm
Total 3 Part Saga / The Happiest Guy Around

A split between Angus Andrews’ big deal experimental post-punk outfit Liars on the A-side, and a band selected by Liars to join them on the B-side: a group called Tropical Fuck Storm (a side-project of The Drones). So exclusive material from Liars ...view item »

Squid
The Dial

Brighton quintet the Squid may have more limbs than their namesake, but at least they put them to good use. They’ve finally thought us worthy for a proper release of live-set favorite the Dial. Imagine a tightly compressed Talking Heads track, which slowly gives way to suppressed, and rather noisy, post-rock ...view item »

Sarah Nixey
Night Walks

Nighthawk and vocalist for Black Box Recorder Sarah Nixey’s third album is finally here. Night Walks caters right to those of us who need that sophisticated pop sound, loaded with electronics and very catchy. Nixey's voice covers the entire range from a suave whisper to ecstatic soprano high notes. ...view item »
Added to site: Wednesday 22nd August 2018

Holger Czukay
Der Osten Ist Rot

Holger Czukay, core member of the crucial German experimental group Can, went on to produce a considerable quantity of weird and wonderful pop. Der Osten ist Rot (‘The East is Red’ as indeed it was in those days) is his fourth solo album, dating from 1984, and it is awash with humour, groove...view item »

Holger Czukay
Radio Wave Surfer

Holger Czukay, core member of the perennially loved German experimental group Can, went on to be a productive maker of weird and wonderful pop. Among his solo albums is Radio Wave Surfer, a delightful 1991 release that was all recorded live, in studios and at concerts, with only one stereo mic: none of ...view item »

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