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Bernard Herrmann
Twisted Nerve

If you know your film soundtracks, you know Bernard Herrmann, the man behind Psycho and Taxi Driver. This little release contains 4 pieces from his accompaniment to 1968’s Twisted Nerve, which was excerpted and used in Kill Bill Vol. 1: you won’t have forgotten that whistling. 45rpm 7” single, on Stylotone.

Cullen Omori
New Misery

New Misery is the solo debut from Smith Western frontman Cullen Omori. These eleven songs borrow the charm of his old band, along with melancholic indie-rock songwriting and ghostly lo-fi vocals. You can choose between authentic cassette, CD, standard vinyl or limited independent-only coloured vinyl, all from Sub Pop.

Dillinger Escape Plan
Under The Running Board

Relapse Records reissue Dillinger Escape Plan’s out of print debut Under The Running Board. This EP is where it all began for these avant-garde metal veterans; it captures them at their most extreme and experimental. This dense and aggressive thrash and math-core hybrid is brought to vinyl 10” for the very first time.

Egisto Macchi
Pittura Contemporanea - Pittura Moderna N.1 & 2

Egisto Macchi was a member of the legendary Italian ensemble Gruppo d'Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, but was also prolific in the creation of film soundtracks and library music. Pittura Contemporanea - Pittura Moderna N.1 & 2 is a triple LP set of 3 full suites. Box set on Cinedelic, limited to 600 numbered copies.

Elliott Smith
Heaven Adores You Soundtrack

Heaven Adores You is a new documentary on the beloved Elliott Smith, and this release contains the soundtrack. Interestingly the filmmakers didn’t just use Smith’s ‘Greatest Hits’: instead, this collection is full of rare treats, such as Smith’s first TV appearance and some ‘Untitled Guitar Finger Picking’ recorded when he was just 14. Will prove fascinating to any Smith fans.

Fabrizio Rat
La Machina EP

Inventive little EP here from Fabrizio Rat, a producer and pianist who set out to construct this EP using only a drum machine and a piano. The results are 4 Techno tracks made out of deliciously fiddly little looped sounds from the piano: strings scraped and prepared, the surface tapped and treated. La Machina is impressive as an invention and as a set of dancefloor tracks.

Frank Cordell
Demon - From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Frank Cordell’s original motion picture soundtrack to Larry Cohenis’ 1976 horror flick Demon is a perfect fit, full of drama and the kind of fright that is lots of fun. This 7” release excerpts the key themes and motifs from the soundtrack and presents them in a spooky sleeve. Released by Stylotone.

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma & Felicia Atkinson
Comme Un Seul Narcisse

In the Alpine mountains, and in New York City, 2 field recordists roam the landscape, pulling out snippets of what goes on and storing them away for later use, where they will be curiously excerpted and juxtaposed. Working in this way, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Felicia Atkinson have created Comme Un Seul Narcisse, a sublime tapestry. 550 LP copies on Shelter Press.

Koichi Namiki, Katsuhiro Hayashi and Shigeru Ohwada
Super Hang On

Super excited about this one. Data Discs present the soundtrack to Sega’s legendary Super Hang On arcade game. Dense arpeggios, rapid-fire bleeps and boogie synths helped make the soundtrack highly sought after and the game an iconic 1980s experience. The music from Koichi Namiki, Shigeru Ohwada and Katsuhiro Hayashi has been taken from the arcade soundboard, mastered for 180g vinyl LP and stunningly packaged in heavy card stock.


Kyoka has recently had the pleasure of spending time working in Stockholm’s famed electroacoustic EMS studios, and that advanced approach towards sound is very much in evidence on this EP. Sh is a varied collection, with unpredictable shifts in tempo and sonic content occurring within tracks. 500 12” copies only, on Raster Noton.

Crocodiles in the Ceiling EP

Using his L/F/D/M alias, producer Richard Smith (who also works with Dom Butler of Factory Floor as Bronze Teeth and Green Gums) hits hard with the Crocodiles In The Ceiling EP, 4 tracks of take-no-prisoners, all-night banger-party music. 12” on the Ecstatic label, served up in a poly bag with an art insert.
  • Vinyl 12" (E019)
  • £7.49 £4.49 (saving: £3.00)
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Max McFerren
Monk's Mood

Max McFerren has previously released on Ultimate Hits and 1080p, and now finds himself on Allergy Season (where do these labels get their names eh?). Monk’s Mood gives us three new tracks of vocal-centred house, and Blondes round out the EP with a remix of ‘Hunting’. Pressed to 12” with Allergy Season’s unique artwork style.
  • Vinyl 12" (ALLERGYFREE004)
  • £9.99 £5.99 (saving: £4.00)
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Miles Brown
Seance Fiction

Miles Brown is probably best known as a member or horror synth mega-lords The Night Terrors, and whilst musically very different the tone is very much still there. Replacing ominous theremins and in-your-face terrifying organ stabs with playful synthesised chip music akin to College or The Postal Service… if they had some dystopian existential crisis.

Macrocosm Microcosm

PAUW are a trio of Netherlanders, who mix two different styles of psychedelic music very capably. That is to say, they have both the gnarly wildness of modern psych-rock and, more intriguingly, the whimsy and oddness of 60’s psychedelia. Macrocosm Microcosm is their debut full-length, out on Caroline Benelux.

Reaching Out

As Precipitation, Vancouver artist and musician Zefan Sramek produces intimate, low-key bangers, each apparently recorded in one take. As well as stuttering drum machines and synth-bass throb, delicate minimal piano and twinkling synths play a crucial role in creating the lovely atmospheres of Reaching Out. 12” on Get The Balance Right.

Sean Lennon
Ava's Possessions - Music From The Film

A lovely and diverse soundtrack from Sean Lennon. His work for Ava’s Possessions is eerie and synth-heavy, paying homage to composers like John Carpenter, Ennio Morricone and, most significantly, Goblin. But Lennon brings his own unique sense of humour and compositional skill to these large-scale arrangements.

September Girls
Age of Indignation

Dublin band September Girls make a jittery art-rock built from ghostly vocals and atmospheric guitar playing. Age of Indignation is their second studio album and channels their interest in Irish politics and feminism into a wall of distortion and effects. Fortuna POP! release the album on CD and vinyl LP.

Empty House

Snøskred (always great to get a chance to use the beautiful ‘ø’ character) are a Norwegian band who, with Empty House, are making the shift from their previous shoegaze approach towards a more slackery indie vibe. There is a very fine warmth to the music, a laid-back approach. Released by Riot Factory.
  • Vinyl LP (RIOT92)
  • £15.49 £9.29 (saving: £6.20)
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Dead is apparently what happens when you submit your music to a whole host of highly creative contemporaries with the request that they “kill” your songs. So Spectre’s material is shaken in all directions by the likes of Giant Swan, Factory Floor, Vision Fortune and Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai. A very varied set, released by Sonic Cathedral.

The Prettiots
Fun's Cool

The Prettiots are New York pop two piece featuring Kay Kasparhauser and Lulu Prat. Their debut album ‘Fun’s Cool’ is playfully themed around modern life in a big city, played with minimal instrumentation (uke and bass) and sugary but raw untreated vocals, their songs are full of catchy hooks and humour.

Useless Eaters
Temporary Mutilation

It’s punk, but not as we know it. This vinyl 10” EP on Slovenly records shows Useless Eaters' one-off mixture of low-slung bass, jagged riffs, xylophone melodies and droning free jazz horns. Temporary Mutilation also embraces electronic elements in its quest to develop a unique sound, whilst maintaining that crucial snotty, punk attitude.


Dense and intense electronics from Ukrainian producer Vakula. This artist has built a reputation on minimal deep house grooves, but on Modulations that is all forgotten in a blur of grand, cinematic techno that nods to sound art and drone more than Detroit. This vinyl 12” has been pressed by Arma.

Straight Outta Compton - Music From The Motion Picture

The soundtrack compilation from the film Straight Outta Compton can’t really fail to be great can it? As well as crucial cuts from the original N.W.A. album the film takes its name from, we also solo Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg tracks, as well as tone-setting numbers from the likes of Parliament and Funkadelic. Double LP on Universal.

Violent Femmes
We Can Do Anything

We Can Do Anything is the ninth album from The Violent Femmes and the first new material from the dauntless three-piece in 15 years. The album finds the band in an alluring and exuberant mood mixing their own takes on folk, jazz, blues, punk and rock ‘n’ roll which stretch from the minimal to the cosmic. Gordon Gano plundered his stash of unreleased and unfinished songs searching for the perfect blend for this album, unearthing some gems in the process.

Yeti Lane

Labels Sonic Cathedral and Clapping Music have joined forces to bring the new album from Yeti Lane to vinyl LP and CD. For L’Aurore the psych duo built up their ideas for the album through a series of free-form improvisations with their pals, and thankfully their friends include Damo Suzuki and Anton Newcombe, from The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Delicate synthesizers blend with acid-fried guitar that could be an extended Neil Young solo.