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Faust
Fresh Air

Brand new music from the avant-heroes that are Faust. Fresh Air, which was recorded during a US tour with various musicians on board, is really genuinely weird, which is exactly what you want from these old hippies. The LP edition comes with a bundled CD. Plus, if you are quick off the mark, you might be able to order one of the exclusive editions that come with a 7” of bonus material! On Bureau B.

Federico Albanese
The Blue Hour

The Blue Hour from Federico Albanese is an album of rich neoclassical drones created with cello, piano and subtle electronic processing. Albanese’s loop-based structures borrow the rise and fall crescendos of techno, but his arrangements are sparse and minimal, built from delicate melodies and yearning harmonies.

Filipe Felizardo
Volume II - Sede e Morte

For those of you who like your guitar compositions in the gutter when the sewage water is piling up high, Filipe Felizardo has been generous enough to deliver Volume II of his strummed muck. Falling somewhere between the lo-fi embellished folk of John Fahey, the doom metal of countless feedback-obsessed beards and the beautiful overcast drone of Grouper, Felizardo's music offers an eclectic, uncomfortable and often beautiful take on the definition of "folk". 

Flying
Marilyn

Remastered specifically for vinyl re-pressing, Marilyn is the 1985 creation of Italian disco project of Flying. This is clearly the brainchild of two minds that were locked firmly in the science behind legendary synth instrumentation such as the Roland Jupiter-8 and the Elka Synthex. Retro gold. 

Flørist
Dvote

After a couple of EPs on World Building and All Caps, Vancouver based producer brings two versions of his Dvote track onto wax through Pacific Rhythm. A smooth and groovy house track focused around a thick bassline and heavily edited vocal sample turned hook taken from Robin S’s Show Me Love. Deep groove.
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Foals
What Went Down

Oh look, a new Foals album! This is the first we’ve heard from Foals since 2013, when their last full length, Holy Fire, was released. What Went Down lavishes us with ten tracks, and is available as LP, CD, or in a deluxe edition paired with a DVD containing enigmatic ‘additional video content’. Mmmmm, content. On Warners.

Focus
Zulu EP

Ultra-rare South African house/disco hybrids repressed to vinyl 12” by Crown Ruler. The Zulu EP from Focus blends funky synthesizers, motorik drum machines and chanted vocals to amazing effect. American dance floor trends are combined with distinctive township elements for something pretty unique.

Folamour
Shakkei

Folamour is the dude who runs the Moonrise Hill Material label when he steps out of the office and into the studio. Shakkei contains three tracks of lively and lovely deep house, the sort of thing you’d love to dance to in bright summer sunshine on a beach somewhere. But don’t wait till then to grab Shakkei, it’ll be sold out by summer. 12” release on All City.

Fos
Captain Free

This is the third album by Greek-born artist Katerina Koutouzi also known as Fos, entitled Captain Free. The record takes you through what can only be described as a soundscape of acoustic-electro and experimental pop, combined with a solid use of airy vocals and synths.  The record is released on her own label ‘Near The Exit Music’, and is available on Vinyl LP.

Fox Face
Spoil + Destroy

Fox Face are Milwaukee’s best feminist punk outfit, applying lots of riot grrrl ferocity along with a bit of old-school heavy riff’n’chug, and even some brighter surfy sections. Spoil + Destroy is their debut album, and it definitely does the job if you are after powerful guitar music with a strong anti-bullshit filter. On Dirtnap.

Foxygen
…And Star Power

It's Foxygen, those goofy psych-rockers with a penchant for the 60s and maybe also flowers! They haven't released a record since their well loved 'We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic', but they promise this one -- named 'Star Power' after an imaginary radio station they made up -- is as good, if more punk, and also a little more soft rock. A nice contradiction, if you ask me.

Fra Lippo Lippi
In Silence

Fra Lippo Lippi. Now there’s a name from the past. The gloomy Norwegians were severely in debt to Joy Division and the Cure producing a brand of edgy and atmospheric post punk that probably soundtracked 1981 pretty nicely indeed. Interesting fact: guitarist Rune Kristoffersen went on to run experimental Norwegian label Rune Grammofon. 

Frak
Long Loophole / Meet Willie

Swedish analogue trio Frak share some unreleased heat from ‘91-’92 on the Portugal-based LAMA label in 2016 because why the hell not? This 12” introduces itself with “MEET WILLIE”, a barebones percussive cut that chugs right ahead into shimmering chords. “LONG LOOPHOLE” is much less grounded and much more spaced out as electronic affairs go, plus it receives the eyes-down dancefloor treatment with an Obalski remix closing things out.

Frak
Lane Escape EP

Frak's 'Lane Escape EP' is one of those great records that manages to combine dirty, understated acid with weirdly soulful Chicago house hooks, resulting in an exercise in propulsion and retro-minimalism. This irresistible four track release is a meeting of worlds, played out in four to the floor analogue harmony.
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Franco Battiato
Fetus

Exciting times: new reissues of essential rare LPs by Franco Battiato, the Italian electroacoustic composer. His trippy experimental approach to music has plenty of advanced sonics going on, but still displays has trace elements of a pop mind hiding in there somewhere as well. Fetus, released in 1971, is a concept album about genetic engineering (just look at that cover…), that manages to create multiple whole worlds with a flurry of short tracks. Reissued to vinyl by Superior Viaduct.

Francois & The Atlas Mountains
Solide Mirage

Winsome French collective Francois and the Atlas Mountains get down and dirty with their most direct offering yet. Solide Mirage was recorded by the guy who did Christine and the Queens and Owen Pallet takes care of all the violinning. Lead track 'Grange Dereglemen't sees them going all Riverdance on our asses with celtic melodies and men with scarves dancing about.  

Frank Ilfman
Big Bad Wolves - Original Soundtrack

Pink and white with red splatter vinyl LP on Death Waltz. The highly imposing classical score to the Israeli film Big Bad Wolves by Frank Ilffman has received high praises from all camps, matching the film itself, it is a dark, and twist ridden ride.  A Record Store Day release, limited to 500 copies for the UK.

Frank Turner
Sleep Is For The Week - Tenth Anniversary Edition

Ooh, bet Frank Turner was really pleased with himself when he came up with that title. Sleep Is For The Week (yes mate, we get it) was the first LP Turner released after the break-up of Million Dead. On this 2007 album Turner kick-starts the confessional acousti-punk train that he’s been riding ever since. This tenth birthday edition of Sleep Is For The Week includes some demos.

Frankie Rose
Cage Tropical

Frankie Rose has been around a bit having been a member of Dum Dum Girls, Crystal Stilts and Vivian Girls. This is her third solo album and initial clues to it's sound would suggest the sort of tightly knit kraut-pop similar to that recently made successful by the likes of Jane Weaver with synths and Neu -ike drums in abundance. 

Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave
Phantasm - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

For the first time in 35 years the soundtrack to Phantasm gets the vinyl treatment. Deliciously creepy, Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave’s legendary work offers a familiar sound for Goblin fans. Featuring new artwork and liner notes from the director this is sure to be a horror collector's dream. Vinyl reissue LP on Mondo. Limited to 500 copies.

fuck
Baby Loves a Funny Bunny

They totally panicked on their name and went for the word that best described their conundrum, but fuck's music is far more intuitive, delving into indie rock both melancholy and winking with sweet, Americana inspired melodies and embellishing arrangements. Baby Loves a Funny Bunny, also a weird name, is their second record and embraces the convoluted world it's been spawned from.

Fugazi
First Demo

Fugazi are now lauded as one of the most influential punk bands of all time, both for their contributions to the lineage of hardcore (continuing what Minor Threat started with a little more "post" in the mix for the new era) and for their political standpoints, uncompromising live shows and complete autonomy. 'First Demo', though, charts Ian MacKaye's band before they'd really gotten it together, only a handful of shows in to their inception and without knowing what they sounded like on tape. This reissue takes us back to that turning point in punk rock; there's even "Turn Off Your Gun", an extra, unreleased track from the same sessions thrown in. 

Fujiya & Miyagi
EP2

Second installment of a three part mini EP series, Brighton’s Fujiya & Miyagi take their fusion of electro indie and disco further into the indie side of things, replacing production and synthesisers with a live band approach. Driving 4/4 that reminds you of Gravenhurst’s The Velvet Cell. There’s less groove, more direction.

Fujiya & Miyagi
EP3

Alternative electronic band Fujiya & Miyagi wrap up their three-part EP series with (surprise surprise) EP3. Just like EP2, this record can be slotted into the triple gatefold sleeve of EP1, so at last you can complete the set! Three tracks of cheerful pulsing electronic dance floor magic, released on vinyl by Impossible Objects Of Desire.

Gaby Hernandez
Spirit Reflection

LA singer-songwriter, Brainfeeder associate and Build An Ark founder Gaby Hernandez presents her third LP, Spirit Reflection. Expect a serene blend of electronics, acoustic instrumentation and rich vocal harmonies with that typically refreshing and breezy West Coast feel. Check the guests lining up here, too: Kamasi Washington, Lapalux, Kelis... the list goes on. Peterson approved of course.

Gailes
Seventeen Words

Two top-of-the-line melodic dronemakers team up to form Gailes: that’s Benoit Pioulard and Rafael Anton Irisarri. Seventeen Words was recorded during heavy winter times, and it has the special ability to sound both cold (the wind, the snow drifts) and warm (the thick walls and the fire). This is a vinyl release on Ba Da Bing!

Gaiser
III

Stop what you're doing; Gaiser is back. The US techno producer returns with III, another typically progressive piece of gloomy and throbbing club-ready dance music. The album opens as it means to go on with 'Wirefire' - a galactic and synth rammed soup of vibrant electronica. Above all this piece takes the listener some place new...some place epic.
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Gareth Davis & Merzbow
Atsusaku


Gary Wilson & The Blind Dates
Live At CBGB

Really, really strange man Gary Wilson gained his reputation with a series of oddball records that could be perfectly summed up as prog-based lounge music. This release documents a live set at New York's CBGBs  - one of the few venues in which he was welcome to play. The back up by a pact of ex New Yorkers called the Blind Dates gives these songs a harder punkier edge. 

Georgia
All Kind Music

So this is not the Domino signed Georgia but another Georgia. This time two guys creating world music, jazz and avant funk in one heady brew with guests galore including chief harpist Mary Lattimore. A simple google search would have sorted this out. Let's hope this is the last Georgia with a record out this year or things are going to get very confusing.  

German Army
Kalash Tirich Mir

Not entirely convinced that this is the musical produce of the real German Army… at least, it would be highly impressive if military regimen still allowed for this kind of odd, lo-fi industrial droning. In fact, this is an American duo, and Kalash Tirich Mir is their fifth LP, following releases on the heady likes of Opal Tapes and Chondritich Sound. This one is on Yerevan Tapes.

Gesloten Cirkel
Moustache Techno Series 001

Does anybody yet know anything about Gesloten Cirkel? Some say he’s Dutch, others say he lives in a volcanic archipelago. No matter - his thumping techno speaks its own language. The first edition of the Moustache Techno Series sees Cirkel in dancefloor-ready mode with this deep, cavernous cut. Out on 12” vinyl from Moustache.

Glass Animals
How To Be A Human Being

Oxford's Glass Animals have been all around the world and have directed all the inspiration that they found in travel into this their second LP. They have also considered their audience and seen that they react to big grooves and drums and have therefore stepped things up this time round. Certainly lead single 'Life Itself' melts afro beat rhythms with big pop choruses. One for Wild Beasts fans perhaps?  

Glass Vaults
The New Happy

Psychedelic indie pop band from New Zealand Glass Vaults return with their sophomore album The New Happy. Following on from Sojourn the album pushes more sunshine pop whilst retaining the psych tonality of their more sun-kissed shoegaze. Up-beat, loving, fun and incredibly positive. That’s good, yes?

Go Dam
Alternate Dimensions EP

Seoul producer Go Dam has three new tracks to share with you on this EP release on Braindance Records. Alternate Dimensions is dominated by the kind of vivid electro and hard-pushing Detroitisms that’ll really get people moving and grinning. This 12” EP is released by Braindance Records.
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Goblin
Profondo Rosso (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


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Gold Connections
Gold Connections

The first ever recordings by Gold Connections, recorded in 2014, receive release on a proper vinyl record courtesy of Fat Possum. The Gold Connections EP is full of young-man indie rock’n’roll, written and performed with a sweet sensibility and an intimate familiarity for the slacker genre greats. 5 tracks on 12 inches of vinyl.

Gold Panda
Good Luck and Do Your Best

Essex born producer Gold Panda moves from Ghostly International to City Slang for his third album. As ever he is always developing his sound and approach, and with Good Luck and Do Your Best he leans towards warmer and more fully formed ‘songs’ than on his previous release. With Time Eater being an excellent example of which Caribou, Bonobo, and Moderat would be happy.

Golden Pelicans
Disciples Of Blood

Golden Pelicans make hard rock that is just as hard and gnarly at the edges as they used to make it in the scuzziest 80’s fleapits. Disciples Of Blood is the third record of punkish long-haired party music the band have put together, and it's properly strong stuff. Released by Goner Records on both CD and LP.

Golden Void
Berkana

Album number two from psych rock adventurers Golden Void. Heavy riffs are, of course, at the beating core of this band’s music, but they don’t leave it there. Berkana throws plenty of additional atmospherics into the mix too, filling out tracks with keyboards and the like. Out on Thrill Jockey as a CD or as an LP.

Gonjasufi
Mandela Effect

Mandela Effect is a varied collection of material from the never-straightforward producer / performer Gonjasufi. As well as original material, Mandla Effect contains numerous cover versions and remixes, plus guest appearances from Shabazz Palaces, Moor Mother and Daddy G, among many others. Released by Warp.

GospelbeacH
Pacific Surf Line

GospelbeacH (ooh, don’t you just love bands with unconventional capitalisation?) are made up of some very experienced musicians: the five members have played variously with Beachwood Sparks, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and even Ryan Adams’ Cardinals. As this grouping though, Pacific Surf Line is their debut, and it is a bright and neat thing.

Grace Sings Sludge
Life With Dick

Grace Sings Sludge is the solo outing of Grace Cooper of The Sandwitches and The Fresh and Onlys, recorded at home where the full intensity of Grace’s yearning and unsettled lyrics can be properly expressed. Life With Dick, which is adorned with some of Grace’s watercolour artwork, is released by Empty Cellar.

Grayson Gilmour
Otherness

New Zealand’s Grayson Gilmour has popped up with fine scores for various movies in the last few years, but he hasn’t been neglecting his own independent work. Otherness arrives in a rich flurry of art-pop, with mature songwriting and cinematically-textured song design complementing each other nicely. Otherness is out via Flying Nun.

Grayson Gilmour
Red Bull Music Academy Library Series, Vol. 1

The latest cult area of music that Red Bull Music Academy are extending their well-funded reach into is library music, that hidden and quasi-anonymous other world of sounds. They’ve started to commission new ‘library music’ from known artists, and the first one of the series is by New Zealand’s Grayson Gilmour. Interesting experimental instrumentals, also featuring a remix by Paul Jebanasam.
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Grebenstein
Gloss

Grebenstein is an electronic producer with roots in guitars and drumming, and he brings a refreshingly non-club-centric approach to his electronic music. This is the third EP from the German producer - following a couple of well received EPs on Regis' legendary Downwards imprint. The four tracks on Gloss are tense and intense and plenty interesting, with noisy stabs breaking in alongside the percussion. Gloss is served up on a clear vinyl 12” record in a clear sleeve along with a nice insert. On Samurai Horo's new offshoot label Horo.

Greg Ashley
Pictures of Saint Paul Street

With a career spanning back into the 90s through the moniker of several bands, including The Strate-Coats, The Gris-Gris and The Mirrors, Greg Ashley has no intention of stopping yet. Pictures of Saint Paul Street is his latest venture, and one that critiques modern day society under the guise of solid folk songwriting.

Group Rhoda
Wilderless

Dark Entries take a break from reissues to present the enchanting synth incantations of Oakland-based artist Group Rhoda. Warm, glutinous acid basslines and delicate lead lines provide the perfect synthy backdrop to Rhoda’s perfectly deadpan vocal turn, coming on like it’s 1983 and making it sound totally natural. The mood may be vintage, but the execution benefits from a modern sheen that sets it apart.

Gruff Rhys
Set Fire To The Stars

Good isn't he? This soundtrack to a film about Dylan Thomas's first week in the USA has a warm hopeful feel with the Super Furry Animals lad effortlessly blending cocktail jazz, Americana and Atomic Age bop using vintage instruments and live takes. Recorded at the same time but in very different circumstances to his last LP 'American Interior', this sounds like it will be an essential addition to his back catalogue.  

Grumbling Fur
Furrier


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Gun Outfit
Two Way Player

Gun Outfit are all about a guitar-focused, deeply American sound: the songs of this EP feel firmly the product of a dusty and dramatic landscape. This version of the band’s line-up includes Will Lawrence, as well as members of Growing and Milk Music. The Two Way Player EP is released by Wharf Cat Records.

H-Burns
Kid We Own The Summer

Kid We Own The Summer is H-Burns’ grandly melancholy synth-pop opus, a storybook of the American twilight. These songs feel like they could deeply matter to someone: maybe it’ll be you? Kid We Own The Summer is available on CD and on vinyl, with the latter format conveniently including not only the album on CD, but also a CD of demos too! On Because Music.

H2H / Villa H2H
No More (Villalobos Remix)

This four track EP starts out with a Ricardo Villalobos remix of H2H’s track No More, which is exciting enough: who doesn’t love the stretched-out re-spatialised magic of a Villalobos remix? But wait, there’s more! The other three tracks are a full-blown collaboration between H2H and Ricardo, with the nascent trio getting deep together. 12” on Perlon.

Haim
Something To Tell You

America's favourite sister act, Haim, are back with Something To Tell You - the release of their sophomore album. The eleven-track offering, containing lead single 'I Want You Back', sees the trio build upon a critically-acclaimed debut with exciting, forward-thinking and bold songwriting.

Half Waif
form/a

Half Waif is the solo project of Nandi Rose Plunkett, bringing her many various influences (traditional Indian music, classical singing, Celtic music, Messiaen) together into a thrilling blend. form/a is predominantly electronic-pop in terms of textures, but the songcraft and chord structures point to those many other worlds of music. 12” EP on Cascine.

Hank Jackson
Untitled

The debut release on Anno is a limited 12” from New York techno guy Hank Jackson who has previously released records with other eminent New Yorkers, Anthony Naples and the Mister Saturday Night boys. Gacx on the A-side is a distorted bit of dub techno, while both tracks on the B-side are beatless textural affairs.

Hannah Lou Clark
The Heart And All Its Sin

Hannah Lou Clark writes and performs with a smart verve that recalls some of St. Vincent’s early work. Her songs speed ahead energetically, but not so fast that you can’t pick up Clark’s intimate lyrics. The Heart And All Its Sin is a five track 12” vinyl EP released by Quatre Femmes Records in a limited edition of 300.

Hans Zimmer
Hannibal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Sitting cosily in the incredible back-catalogue of esteemed film soundtrack creator Hans Zimmer, this Hannibal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is amongst his best. Whilst the film itself was received with an array of mixed reviews, the soundtrack is a perfect companion to the bloodcurdling frenzy that unfolds.

Hantrax
Gazebo Compositions

Hantrax is Belgian producer and pianist Han Swolf. Well renowned in the Belgian underground for his hectic and shape shifting electro productions he unveils Gazebo Compositions as a pause to reflect on his roots as a pianist. Gorgeous solo piano compositions and improvisations that are equally melancholic and full of life. LP on Ekster, limited.

Harry Manfredini
House 1 & 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtracks)

House 1 and House 2 are a pair of cult horror films with a joyous B-movie aesthetic: I think the ‘Haunted’ is implied in the titles. They were both soundtracked by Harry Manfredini, and both soundtracks are presented here in fully remastered form, presented in some rather deluxe gatefold packaging with excusive new artwork.

Heart Beach
Kiss Your Face

Tasmanian indie-pop trio Heart Beach follow up their 2015 self-titled debut album with “Kiss Your Face” on Sydney’s Spunk Records. Lead single “Brittle” channels the downcast melodies, waning vocals and bittersweet grooves that form the group’s ten-track LP. Record comes with a handy download code too, so you can take these sad-pop rhythms and angsty guitar riffs with you on the go and hit yourself right in the feels in all sorts of environments.

Heaters
Fuzz Club Session

Michigan based four piece Heaters pack a whole lotta surf fuzz energy. After a few full lengths on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records and Dizzybird Records London based label Fuzz Club had them over into their studio for some live sessions laid down on some truly analog equipment. Rough, ready, driving and warm as hell.

Helen Money
Become Zero

Helen Money is the recording name of cellist Alison Chesley. Become Zero was recorded digitally, despite her using analogue recording equipment in the past with Steve Albini. She felt that the range of sounds on offer was wider and easier to build on, manipulate and edit in the digital medium. The album features Rachel Grimes of Rachel’s and Jason Roeder of Sleep and Neurosis. Money has toured with American alternative music royalty in the shape of Shellac, Bob Mould and Nina Nastasia. She also has some admirers on this side of the pond as Portishead asked her to play when they curated the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival.  

Helena Celle
If I Can't Handle Me At My Best, You Don't Deserve You At Your Worst

Not one but two excellent puns there, and with track titles like ‘I’m Done with 666’ and ‘Miming Swinging Baseball Bat’ one can expect a degree of wit on a record from someone who has also released music as, erm, Rick Ross. But If I Can’t… spins enjoyment and intrigue from humour. Synths wheeze into life to crank out idiosyncratic and charming melodies, and there is a distance to the production that makes each loop quite beguiling. Vinyl only.

Helium
Dirt Of Luck

Nineties alternative-rockers Helium have had their catalogue out of print for longer than is really decent, but this wrong is now being righted with a run of vinyl reissues on Matador. 1995’s The Dirt Of Luck was the band’s debut full-length album, and many reckon it their finest. It certainly has the sweet grungey chunky noisy pop guitar quality we all love about the mid-nineties. On Matador.

Helium
Ends With And

Nineties alternative-rockers Helium have had their catalogue out of print for longer than is really decent, but this wrong is now being righted with a run of vinyl reissues and this new compilation of rare material! Ends With And is stuffed to the gills with demos, B-sides and  unreleased tracks, sourced from various old tapes in the archives. Double LP on Matador, with an extra five tracks available through bundled download.

Helm
Olympic Mess

‘Olympic Mess’ is the follow-up album to 2014’s ‘The Hollow Organ’ from Helm. Inspired by dub techno, Balearic disco and loop based industrial sounds, Younger has composed ten euphoric soundscapes using a variety of heavily manipulated samples, found sounds and electroacoustics, informed by the hypnotic potential of these influences.

Helm
World In Action

Another suite of electroacoustic trickery from Helm, who is very reliable with this sort of thing. World In Action features field recordings of Snaresbrook Crown Court alongside blurts of free-jazz woodwind, Valentina Magaletti’s percussion, and stacks of electronics. Hard to pin down, so just follow the journey. 12” on The Trilogy Tapes.

Helms Alee
Stillicide

Helms Alee have an entirely blasted sound, as though every part of their heavy mathy rock has been cleansed with a highly-pressurised jet of sand. After that process, the songs on fourth album Stillicide come out taut and wiry and powerful, though still with some hard-won anthemic climaxes. Out on Sargent House.

Henry Keen
70's Baby

Juicy sounds from Henry Keen, releasing under his own name for the first time following from releases as The Room Below and as part of Electric Jalaba. 70s Baby is a lush listen, being a funky free-roam through Keen’s various favourite genres, from loungey jazziness to club-centric smooth house. Out on Madjazz Recordings.

Hey Colossus
The Guillotine

Some bands begin to edge out of the shadows, allowing the brightness of accessible production and relatable lyricism to evolve their work, while others sink deeper into darker and insular innovation. Hey Colossus are a group that are doing the latter, as proven by immersive and razor-sharp The Guillotine.

High-Functioning Flesh
Culture Cut

LA pair High Functioning Flesh present their take on the classic electro-punk sound. Their electronic body music is very much focused on the body, both in terms of getting you moving and in terms of hard-hitting body horror lyrics. Quite a juicy proposition. Culture Cut is released by DAIS, on CD and various colours of vinyl (packed at random, so we can’t tell you what kind you’ll get!.

His Clancyness
Isolation Culture

Isolation Culture could signify the moment that Jonathan Clancy and his merry troupe peek over from the underground. Their brand of charming yet dark guitar pop has here been produced by a mixture of MJ (Hookworms) and Stu Matthews (Beak) giving it that all important mid-fi sheen that brings to mind Deerhunter.     
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Hiss Golden Messenger
Lateness of Dancers

M.C. Taylor is the folkie who hides behind the Hiss Golden Messenger moniker. 'Lateness of Dancers' is second record in as many years, and he follows on from the dark and fractured tones of 'Haw' with a warmer, more welcoming vibe. It continues his pattern of recording his records wherever he damn well chooses, made in a small barn in his home-state. 'Lateness of Dancers' features a wide roster of collaborators, including vocal duets with the help of Mountain Man's Alexandra Sauser-Monnig. Tracks: Lucia Saturday's Song Mahogany Dread Day O Day (A Love So Free) Lateness of Dancers  I'm a Raven (Shake Children) Black Dog Wind (Rose of Roses) Southern Grammar Chapter & Verse (Ione's Song) Drum

Hiss Golden Messenger
Southern Grammar

Triumphant folk rock star Hiss Golden Messenger released the excellent Lateness of the Dancers last year and he returns now with Southern Grammar, a miniature release that houses unwanted cuts from the record itself as well as an official place for "Brother, Do You Know The Road?" to lay its weary head.

Hiss Golden Messenger & Michael Chapman
Parallelogram A La Carte

Three Lobed Recordings Parallelogram was a nice five-LP collection released in 2015, putting amazing artists from the contemporary underground scene onto either side of a split LP. This release (now available as a stand-alone album, pairs Yorkshire folk-guitar veteran Michael Chapman with California’s Hiss Golden Messenger for some real goodness.

Holy Family
Values

A fair chunk of this record was recorded live in Montreal, so perhaps there is something in the air that makes this release sound a little bit Canadian- Arcade Fire with added pop. Although the music may sound familiar, don’t let that put you off Holy Fire’s new record, Values, because it’s very much a cracking collection of music in it’s own right. Available on vinyl LP and CD.

Holy Serpent
Temples

Skater-psych rock-metal from Melbourne here, with the second album from Holy Serpent. Temples is a bit speedier than their debut, but it still fits only five tracks into a 44 minute running time, leaving plenty of time to sink into a stoner-haze of fuzz and riffs and reverbed howls. Temples is out on RidingEasy.

Holy Sons
Fall of Man

Holy Sons is the monikor under which Emil Amos picks up his guitar and his four track, and pours his heart out, as i’m sure he does in his other, very different projects - OM, Grails, and Lilacs & Champagne. Apparently he’s written and recorded over 100 songs, but very few have surfaced, in keeping with subtle and withdrawn sound of this project. Vinyl or CD on Thrill Jockey.
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House of Doors
The Dolphin Hotel Affair Vol.1

A long awaited repress of House of Doors’ The Dolphin Hotel Affair Vol. 1 from the Mood Hut label. This groovy slice of ambient house was causing a lot of fuss in 2013, so it’s nice to see it back on vinyl. The classic Chicago house sound is stretched out with luscious textures and hazy synths.

Howard Shore
A History Of Violence (Original Score)

Howard Shore has played his part in bringing a huge number of big ticket movies to the screen: almost 100 films feature a Shore score. For A History Of Violence, Howard matches the uneasy mystery of the story with creeping and subtle orchestral arrangements that shimmer with mistrust. Vinyl release on Silva Screen.

Howard Shore
The Departed (Original Score)

Howard Shore has played his part in bringing a huge number of big ticket movies to the screen: almost 100 films feature a Shore score. For The Departed, Howard moved away from his usual all-orchestral approach, instead integrating a guitar quartet (including Sharon Isbin and Marc Ribot), with great effect. The Departed is released on vinyl by Silva Screen.

HOX
Duke of York

A somewhat atypical release for Editions Mego here, being a set of actual pop songs. Granted, HOX produce fairly experimental pop songs: what else would you expect from two members of Wire and He Said Omala respectively? Duke of York is their second album, following up their debut from 16 years(!) ago.

HSBC (Heatsick & Bass Clef)
Die Blaue Stunde

Well this should be an instant purchase for anyone familiar with the personnel: Heatsick and Bass Clef are two of the most interesting and creative makers of wryly smart electronic music about at the moment, and Die Blaue Stunde would appear to be their first recorded work together. And their duo name is HSBC! Five track EP released in a limited edition of 500 12”s on the AB CD LP label.

Hudson Mohawke
Ded Sec - Watch Dogs 2 (Original Soundtrack)

To end a massive 2016(having worked with ANOHNI and Kanye West), Hudson Mohawke released a bunch of original material he had worked on for the soundtrack to the open world hacking game Watch Dogs 2. Featuring his trademark glitchy hip-hop beats and distorted low end trap horns in cinematic style. Released on double vinyl for the first time for Record Store Day on Warp.

Hype Williams
Rainbow Edition

After several years off pursuing their own projects, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland are back with a new album as Hype Williams. Except they aren't, as the press release reckons neither of them are involved. Or are they? The woozy, disjointed music they previously concocted has spawned lots of imitators but now we get the real thing. Or do we? 

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