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Leaf limited editions!

Those nice folks at Leaf popped down with a bunch of white vinyl editions of some of their best selling titles. Previously these have only been sold on their website to celebrate their 20th anniversary (congrats). Here's your chance to get 'em from us - limited quantities of each so once they are gone they are gone.   
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A Hawk And A Hacksaw
The Way The Wind Blows

Third album from A Hawk And A Hacksaw, bringing us back to the heady days of 2006. The Way The Wind Blows finds our heroes Jeremy Barnes (also of Neutral Milk Hotel) and Heather Trost working with Romanian folk group Fanfare Ciocarlia (recorded on location) and Zach Condon, soon to be of Beirut when this was recorded. A wonderful Balkan-style folk trip, reissued by The Leaf Label.

Asa-Chang & Junray
Jun Ray Song Chang

Jun Ray Song Chang brought Asa-Chang (working here with Junray) to the attention of many back in 2001 when it was first release, thanks partly to the championing John Peel. The melding of East-Asian percussion, delicate melodies and tiny tweaks of electronic processing makes for an unusual, engaging listen, and it is good to have this record back on vinyl again. Reissued by The Leaf Label.

Caribou
Up In Flames

Originally released under the Manitoba moniker in 2003, 'Up In Flames' was the second release from electronic musician Dan Snaith a.k.a Caribou. Often regarded as one of his finest works, the album draws upon psychedelic electronica and sun-kissed downtempo with a healthy dose of dreamy pop, and ultra-chill folktronica/indietronica. 'Up In Flames' is a warm, summery, hypnotic and uplifting album which boasts a broad appeal; indie kids, psych heads and electronic aficionados will find a lot to love in this technicolor LP.

Colleen
Everyone Alive Wants Answers

Colleen’s debut album Everyone Alive Wants Answers was first released in 2003, to the joy of those who heard it. The album is a sensitive suite of electronically-tweaked instrumentals, small-sounding melodic material spliced, looped and spun-around into something entrancing. This Leaf Label reissue (LP with CD) is limited to just 400 copies.
  • Vinyl LP (BAY 31V)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition

Efterklang
Parades

Leaf celebrates twenty years with a handful of reissues, Efterklang’s Parades among them. Branching out from the wiry electronics of debut Tripper, Parades makes heavy use of orchestral instruments to create a cheery mix between the vaulting tweeness of Danish indie and the pomposity of post-rock.
  • Vinyl Double LP (BAY58V)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition

Melt Yourself Down
Melt Yourself Down

The self-titled debut from Melt Yourself Down is a heady, in-your-face mix of jazz, krautrock, punk and African sounds that will leave you wondering where you left your head. The band are led by Polar Bear associate Pete Wareham - so you know the band’s musical chops are all in place. They pack a real punch live too.
  • Vinyl LP (BAY85V)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

Murcof
Martes + Utopia

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Polar Bear
Peepers

Peepers by Polar Bear was originally released in 2010. It’s an album that has something for everyone. Percussionist and bandleader, Sebastian Roachford, takes jazz and mixes elements of rock, folk, soul and electronic in an unusual yet highly engaging fashion. It was the best selling album on The Leaf Label.

Susumu Yokota
Sakura

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Wildbirds & Peacedrums
Rivers

Rivers combines two EPs that Wildbirds & Peacedrums made during one week in Reykjavik: Retina, which deploys a chamber choir arranged by Hildur Gudnadottir, and Iris, which focuses on a steel pan. Two different sides of this duo’s wonderful sound, each complementing the other neatly. Reissued from 2010 by The Leaf Label.