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Kutmah
TROBBB!

After multiple releases on Obey and Hit+Run, and doing a mix for Ninja Tune, Kutmah makes his debut for Big Dada with THROBBB!. High octane mash of fiery hip hob beats and a spitting punk attitude. Think Death Grips meets Run The Jewels and Edan. Features tracks with many guest artists, including Natureboy Flako, Gonjasufi, Jeremiah Jae, Akello G Light, and many more.

Kutmah
Closure

First released as a beat-tape back in 2011, Kutmah’s Closure at last gets the vinyl pressing that its low-slung, dubbed-out hip-hop instrumentals deserve. The tracks were made between 2004 and 2011, so we can truly trace the history of Kutmah with this release. Nine tracks and 10” of red vinyl, served in a screenprinted sleeve on Hit+Run.

Kyo
I Musik

Kyo is a danish duo made up with Hannes Norrvide (Lust For Youth) and Frederik Valentin. Returning to Posh Isolation with their third full length installment. Modern classical brewed up in a world of electronics the pair create near abstract pieces which blend and blur the lines between acoustic and electronic tones, with strings and pianos delicately shuffling through a digital swamp. If you like Deaf Center get on this.

Laetitia Sadier
Something Shines

Here's a new album from Stereolab vixen Laetitia Sadier’s which was recorded in Switzerland with a man called David who has lots of keyboards. In fact  Its a truly international record with the drummer recording his parts in Paris, the bassist in Valencia and the strings done in St Etienne. Sadier's own parts were overdubbed in London and the triangle on the title track was laid down in Swanage.  The album is full of delicately textured production, twinkling nuances and shifting chords. A relaxing and invigorating record Sadier has carried on along the path of her parent band but brings a warmth and intimacy to her solo recordings. Bound to be popular this one.   

Langhorne Slim & The Law
The Spirit Moves

Langhorne Slim’s 2015 record with regular backing band The Law, circulated once more by the Dualtone label. The Spirit Moves is a vigorous album of down-home electric country rock, driven by vocal passion, banjo and electric guitar double-teaming, and some very nice horns. Yes sirree. CD and LP editions on Dualtone

Lantern
Black Highways and Green Garden Roads

Lantern specialise in a distinctive garage rock that owes a debt to folk as well as high-energy rock ‘n roll from the 1960s. On Black Highways and Green Garden Roads, from the Sophomore Lounge label, they bring together these two extremes and some psych and surf as well, just to be sure they don’t sound like anyone else.

Laraaji & Sun Araw
Professional Sunflow

Laraaji’s come a long way ever since being discovered by Brian Eno in 1979. Whodathunk he’d find himself singing and playing his zither in Germany and Switzerland alongside experimental music maker Sun Araw? Not us, that’s for sure. Professional Sunflow features live recordings from Leipzig and Lausanne. Electric rhythms and soundscapes, accompanied by guitar and keys, lift up the heartfelt vocals into long, beautiful and disorienting jams.

Larry Heard
25 Years From Alpha

Now remastered and reissued, ‘25 Years From Alpha’ is a Larry Heard EP which has been going for mad $$ on t’internet. The lead cut's longform, smooth-as-you-like hypno-house groove is backed by two tracks on the flip giving up that trademark Mr Fingers deepness, drenched in emotion. Repress 12” on Alleviated in a plain disco bag.

Lay Llamas
The Lay Llamas

Even the press release says how lame the name Lay Llamas is so we’ve got free reign for ridicule here. The tunes soon stop any sniggering. I’m immediately reminded of Goat by the very percussive tunes and the circular, tribal patterns. But Lay Llamas are more Kraut than tribal and have bubbling synths and effects which create mysterious, building soundtracks to strange planets and even stranger creatures. A fuzzy analogue adventure for ya ears.

Le Car
Auto Reverse

Detroit is known primarily for two things: its’ cutting edge electronic music history and its’ automotive industry. Le Car combines both! This is the late 90’s project of Adam Lee Miller and Ian Clarke (Adult. and Perspects respectively), and hard-jacking electro is the name of the game. Auto Reverse is a selection of their crucial tracks, pressed to double vinyl LP by Cold Classic Cuts.

Le Forte Four
Hallucinatory Huareches

Hallucinatory Huaraches was first released as a cassette in 1985 on Slowscan: now, at last, a true vinyl release. Although, watch out, only 160 copies have been pressed, so don’t hang about… Le Forte Four were one of the results of the Los Angeles Free Music Society, and they sound positively just wild man. Try it out.

Lea Porcelain
Lea Porcelain Remixed

Lea Porcelain Remixed features four tracks from the post-punk/electronica duo’s debut album Hymn To The Night. It was initially a widescreen, atmospheric kind of affair, let’s see what Ruede Hagelstein & Amin Fallaha, Scuba, Julien Bracht and Thom Sonny Green from Alt-J have done with it.
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Lecherous Gaze
One Fifteen

Lecherous Gaze are a total hard rock & roll band from California, featuring alumni from bands like Witch, Saviours and Annihilation Time. One Fifteen is a heavy and psychy set from a bunch of guys who live, eat and breath hard rock. Chugging riffs and flaring solos aplenty! It’s released on CD and vinyl by the Tee Pee label.

Led Zeppelin
Houses Of The Holy

The first of Led Zeppelin's records to have its own name, rather than a numeral and a speaks-for-itself attitude, 'Houses of the Holy' saw the band growing and, yes, maturing -- it was also their first record to comprise of entirely original material, and the band's textures opened up where their early reverence for their influences had started to fade away.

Lee Hazlewood
Trouble Is A Lonesome Town

Remastered for your listening pleasure in the original mono, Trouble is a Lonesome Town was moustachioed baritone Lee Hazlewood's first ever album. Originally released in 1963, this double album features 15 whole bonus tracks and a very informative booklet. A must for anyone who loves cowboys and stories and amusing facial hair. So, everyone basically. 

Lemna
Urge Theory

Four polyrhythmic, minimal techno works make up the stuff of Lemna’s debut EP Urgent Theory, released by Horo on beautiful marbled white vinyl. Maiko Okimoto has crafted some heavy music here, with pummelling, metallic rhythms and oppressive resonances beneath. Melodies need not apply. Like a shuddering, confused Ancient Methods - or ten angry robots running the 200m sprint.

Leonard Cohen
Field Commander Tour 1979

This live album was recorded in Hammersmith Odeon, London and in Brighton. Leonard Cohen has said it was his best tour ever, and with the six piece backup transforming his simple music and raising it to the heights, it’s a beautiful capture of his iconic sound from the place where music, poetry and romance intertwine. On double vinyl.

Les Marquises
A Night Full Of Collapses

Les Marquises is Jean-Sébastien Nouveau’s grand ensemble project, featuring artists like Matt Elliott of The Third Eye Foundation and Agathe Max among many others. A Night Full Of Collapses makes great use of this line-up, sprinkling rich and varied instrumentation throughout its noirish chamber pop. Released by Ici d’ailleurs.

Les Sins
Michael

Chaz Bundick is better known as Tori Y Moi, professor of chillwave, but Les Sins sees him in a more overt, outward-reaching dance mood, making instrumental tunes inspired by '90s hip-hop and characterised by the very rare vocal melodies you can latch on to. 'Michael' is recommended for fans of mainstream dance music, such as Daft Punk, as informed by a variety of different avenues, including techno and electronica. 

Lesa & Ross
Lesa & Ross

Close Big Star associate Lesa Aldridge and Panther Burns drummer Ross Johnson team up for this little LP, part of The Great Pop Supplement’s series of one-off releases. They clatter through covers of The Velvet Underground and The Shadows Of Night, in delightful 60’s garage pop style. Coloured vinyl.

Levon Vincent
Berlin / NYC

Levon Vincent is one of the finest house producers that the city of New York has to offer, and here on this new 12” he pays tribute to his beloved NYC on one side of the wax while tipping his hat to Berlin on the other. Both premium-grade house tracks, obviously. Berlin / NYC is released on Vincent’s own Novel Sound imprint.
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Levon Vincent
Arpeggiator EP

It's ya boy Levon Vincent, back in the mix with two addictive new techno rollers. ‘Arpeggiator Track’ is not misnamed, for it is dominated by an arpeggiation that’ll worm its way deep into your head. Meanwhile, B-side track ‘A Woman I Know’ has a low-frequency synth loop pulsing away underneath reverbed twangs. All with thick-kicking 4/4s. The Arpeggiator EP is a 12” release on Novel Sound.

Lieven Martens Moana
Idylls

Idylls is the new album from sound art collagist and composer Lieven Martens Moana. Following its namesake it is presented as audio prose, composed using field recordings and minimal instrumentation and channelling the experiences of Robert Louis Stevenson. Recorded over a few years between Antwerp and Tokashikijima. Limited vinyl packaged with a 12 page book.
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Lillie Mae
Forever and Then Some

Lillie Mae engages with her American musical history on Forever And Then Some: recorded in Nashville, there are large portions of country, bluegrass and the blues in here, all used to tell of a live well lived up to this point. Forever And Then Some was produced by Jack White and is released on his Third Man label.

Linkwood / Fudge Fingas / The Complainers
EP2

The strange house sounds put out by the Firecracker Recordings label from 2004 onwards are back in circulation: the EPs produced by the Linkwood / Fudge Fingas axis are now being pressed up again for the people. EP2 also has a track from The Complainers, as well as a skit, if you feel so inclined. 10” reissued in the handsome original packaging.
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Lnrdcroy
UNTHANK 8

10” vinyl on Unthank. Since releasing an album on tape in early 2014 Leon Campbell’s immersive and exploratory electronica moniker Lnrdcroy has been brought under firecracker’s wing with a vinyl re release coming up, and this 3 track EP on sub label Unthank. Consisting of two downtempo tracks and a live recording of late night analogue rhythms.

Loess
Pocosin

After a decade away from full-length album releases, Loess returns to treat you to a new suite of warm IDM ambience. Pocosin is released as a CD and in two different vinyl editions: one is clear, one is white with a black swirl, and we’ll be alternating between the two at random when shipping. Also, a download card with a bonus track. On n5MD.

Lolina (Inga Copeland)
Live In Paris

Under the moniker of Lolina, former Hype Williams provocateur Inga Copeland played a show Live In Paris, which she is now self-releasing. The set was a typically odd one, with Monopoly-related spoken vocals and abstract electronics in edition to Inga’s cutting-edge electronic song forms. CD or LP, released by the artist.

Looper
Offgrid:Offline

Looper was formed by ex-Belle and Sebastian bassist Stuart David with his wife, crafting indie-folk-pop tracks that are filled with a warm and playful nostalgia. Originally only available as a download alongside their 5CD compilation These Things, Mute have given Offgrid:Offline it’s own vinyl release with three bonus, and previously unreleased tracks with the download code.

Lorelle Meets The Obsolete
Balance

Guadalajaran kraut/psyche-rock duo Lorelle Meets The Obsolete manage to blow some of the cobwebs away, re-energise and bring grit back to the genre with Balance, literally. La Distinción sonically paints a world where Tarantino directed Austin Powers with big band psychedelic groove meeting mexican stand-off like tension.

Loren Connors
Hell! Hell! Hell! Hell! Hell!

The Loren Connors re-issue frenzy continues with this vinyl pressing of his 1997 album. As the title perhaps suggests, this is a heavier album with nods towards the guitar scree and feedback of Bardo Pond and Sonic Youth. All tracks are untitled and the sole instrument is Connors ever mutating guitar. 

Lucky + Love
Lucky + Love

Los Angeles April Love and Loren Luck bring their self released debut full length as Lucky + Love. Lots in here for fans of New Order, Depeche Mode, and Cocteau Twins. Driving electro synth-pop tracks, with a raw, yet high fidelity DIY aesthetic. Cold and catchy synth lines topped with entrancing vocal harmonies.

Lucky Soul
Hard Lines

A cracking new full length from Lucky Soul entitled Hard Lines. A quality ten track record that combines the fruity youthfulness of many noughties styles, the ever progressive indie-pop scene and nostalgic hints of the disco years. Available on coloured vinyl double LP, black vinyl LP and CD.

Lucy
Cannon Fodder - DJ Sotofett's Sound Clash Mix / Planetary Assault Systems Rework

Powerful broadcast from Italian producer Lucy: a fine slice of propulsive techno power with a seriously thick lower-end kick. Cannon Fodder arrives armed with two additional versions, a ‘Sound Clash Mix’ by DJ Sotofett and the other by Planetary Assault Systems. 12” dancefloor killer on Life and Death.

Ludwig Goransson
Creed (Original Motion Picture Score)

The soundtrack to the boxing-tastic movie Creed, available on vinyl for the first time ever! Ludwig Goransson’s compositions for orchestra are just as dramatic and bombastic as you’d want from such a big hitter of a movie. This double LP release includes four bonus tracks that have not previously been released. On Mondo.

Luke Hess
Facette EP

Stepping away from his own DeepLabs imprint, and after releases with Omar S' FXHE, Carl Craig's Planet-e, Visionquest and Obonit. Luke Hess returns to the Echochord camp with his sixth release for them bringing a solid offering of his deep, and oh so very Detroit, dubbed out techno with his Facette EP.

Lutto Lento
Wild Wishes

Wild Wishes is another solidly crafted E.P. from Lutto Lento. The solo artist has released a four track record this time around, and has even included a saxophone solo in one of the tracks. It’s definitely a great addition to Lento’s already large collection of electronic and EBM tunes. Available on Vinyl 12”.

Lutto Lento
Dark Secret World

Lutto Lento, aka Lubomir Grzelak, give the world a full-length album of his curious sonic approach, in which he swallows up a whole array of electronic music styles, sampled spoken audio and various other bits of sonic detritus, and makes beguiling club / unclub quasi-narrative magic out of it all. Truly trippy stuff: a Dark Secret World indeed. On Where To Now?.

LVL UP
Return To Love

LVL UP (I assume it's meant to be Level Up as in LVL 42) are a bunch of slacker guitar slingers in thrall to the likes of Neutral Milk Hotel and Mount Eerie but with a tough melodic pop/rock sound that comes in somewhere betwixt Pavement and early Death Cab. They've already released a bunch of tapes but this Sub Pop debut could see them  become the new emotional lo-fi guitar slingers. 

Lydia Lunch & Cypress Grove
Under The Covers

If anything Lydia Lunch isn’t exactly known for towing the line or being the regular artist. Here she continues her collaboration with Tony Chmelik’s Cypress Grove releasing an album of covers. Ranging from the profoundly popular to the deeply obscure (Jon Bon Jovi, Elvis Costello to Aaron Lee Tasjan) as well as covering one her own songs (Won’t leave you alone written with Big Sexy Noise) with a completely new twist. Limited vinyl copies.

Lyss:is
Memorylessness

Lyss:is delivers the goods with a 12” of potent nightmare-strength techno power. The four-fours hammer relentlessly against your skull as sinister synths arise from digital depths. Then, after three tracks of that, the last track drops the beats and goes full Kevin Drumm-esque noise-drone. Fierce. Memorylessness is released by offworldcolonies ltd.

Lød
Folder

Danish five piece Lød grab the post-punk pot, chuck in bits of NEU!, Veit Cong, This Heat, and sense of a need to dance. Their debut release, Folder holds a krautrock groove and constant forward momentum, with a nod to no-wave sound experimentations and Battles esque polyrhythms. The songs are long, but not long enough when they get you bouncing like this.

M/R
Let That Shit Breathe

Four tracks here from New York / Philadelphia producer M/R, and at least four genres represented. The self-titled EP achieves the impressive feat of sounding fully accomplished despite the ambitious stylistic range. A lot of talent packed into this 12” on the L.I.E.S. label, probably worth paying attention to M/R in future.

Madness
Can't Touch Us Now

Madness really like London don't they? Love the place. Can't stop talking about it. It's a shame their previous album 'Oui Oui, Si Si, Ja Ja, Da Da' was as much of a dud as its title as the earlier 'The Liberty of Norton Fulgate' was a superb late period piece. From the sound of lead single 'Mr Apples' the nutty boys still have that quintessential English thing going along alongside a knack of producing catchy, heartwarming vintage pop. Long may they rein. 

Malcolm Middleton
5:14 Fluoxytine Seagull Alcohol John Nicotine

2002’s 5:14 Fluoxytine Seagull Alcohol John Nicotine saw Arab Strap mainstay Malcolm Middleton step out as an artist on his own terms. Middleton has subsequently perked up over the course of a long and fruitful run of solo records, but 5:14 Fluoxytine Seagull Alcohol John Nicotine is an album as wracked and self-examining as anything made by Middleton’s heroes Smog and Will Oldham. This new Chemikal Underground pressing comes souped-up with a bunch of rarities and demoes.

Malcolm Pointon
Electromuse

Malcolm Pointon was an early British synthesiser explorer, making weird sounds and building new synths as part of the DIY-at-home scene that circulated around the magazine Practical Electronics in the 70’s. Electromuse compiles a number of his amazing works, which, taken together, sounds like an alternate-universe history of 20th century electronic music. LP on Public Information.

Man Power
Sonic Pressure

Newcastle and Mexico, the respective birth place and residence of experimental producer Man Power, are two very different places - nearly as contrasting as the two tracks which front MP's new EP, Sonic Pressure. Stripped back, danceable and still quintessentially within the realms of the producer's trademark style.

Manic Street Preachers
Send Away The Tigers - 10 Year Collectors Edition

Celebrate the tenth birthday of the later-period Manic Street Preachers classic Send Away The Tigers with these reissues on double LP and double CD plus DVD (house in a book) formats! As well as the original album, extra goodies include demos, B-sides, rare tracks and video of a 2007 Glastonbury set. Both editions out on Columbia.

Manuel Gottsching
Inventions For Electric Guitar

Solo outing number one from the Ash Ra Temple / E2-E4 legend Manuel Göttsching. Inventions For Electric Guitar, dating from 1974, pushes the instrument through a tangle of delays and echoes so that these pieces sound very far from solo guitar pieces. As hypnotic as anything Göttsching ever produced. CD / LP reissue on MG.ART.

MAP Vs DJ Haus
X-Mod EP

Dixon Avenue Basement Jams celebrate their twenty-fifth release in fine style with a collaborative effort by Mak & Pasteman (aka MAP) and DJ Haus! The X-Mod EP contains three of the finest heavyweight boomers you’ll hear this year, rich with acidic synths, vintage drum machines and deep bassline activity. Hand-stamped 12” vinyl edition.

Marco Bernardi
The Dancing Clowns

It is generally assumed that Marco Bernardi is underrated despite a prolific back catalogue on labels such as Mathmatics and Creme - though The Dancing Clowns, his new 12” slice may change all that. This is out on Berceuse Heroique Inc. and over it’s beautifully paced 15 minutes recalls the days when Detroit techno groundbreaker Carl Craig could do no wrong. On the flip is a Specter remix.

Marcos Cabral
Buried Alive Twice

Under the Chemotex moniker, New Yorker, Marcos Cabral made some massive club sounds that recalled the days of Rush and Cajual. Under his given name, Cabral released the album L.I.E.S. in 2013 which went largely unnoticed but set him on a new roots-driven course. After and EP and some tracks appearing on compilations, Dancing On Manhattan which appeared on Ben UFO’s Essential Mix being the most notable, he has now recorded an full-length LP, Buried Alive Twice. It is an understated trip that will land you in a crazy cartoon world pulling and pushing you every which way, bringing you down and building you up. There’s a lot going on in these here grooves.
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Marcus Norberg & The Disappointments
Heal The World

Never enough slacker-pop, as they say. I guess this is the one time Marcus Norberg & the Disappointments failed to let us down. Marcus the laidback Swede here dropping his deep voice over some meandering and almost painfully mellow cuts. Chill vibrations on Heal the World. This is record is for everybody who ever wondered what Real Estate would sound like if their singer's voice was two octaves lower.

Mark Broom
One Sound / Myth EP

Legendary UK techno figurehead Mark Broom briefly wanders from the side of long-time music buddy James Ruskin to deliver some pure techno to your sub bins via EPM music. The first of 3 upcoming EPs, One Sound / Myth promises production stripped back to its bass-laden essentials, and is backed by remixes from DJ Hyperactive and Absent. Hefty.
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Marquis Hawkes
Raw Materials

Dancefloor beat pioneer Marquis Hawkes’ latest release ‘Raw Materials’ revisits the primal house rhythms he made a name for himself with during his time with Dixon Avenue Basement Jams. Citing influences such as house originators Ron Hardy, Gene Hunt and Roy Davis Jr, ‘Raw Materials’ title track is a dreamy analogue beat driven track with ethereal vocals, followed by two primitive tracks that cut straight to the core.

Marquis Hawkes
Sweet

Marquis Hawkes kicks off the title track of Sweet by wrong-footing the listener, letting an R&B sample play unimpeded for few seconds before locking it in a loop and layering up his own funky house breaks. The tracks on this EP feel like the adventurous night that follows the sample’s bright summer’s day. 12” out on Houndstooth.

Martin Hannett
Homage to Delia Derbyshire

Martin Hannett is the producer who did all your favourite Manchester post-punk records, but check this out: he also created his own work. Homage to Delia Derbyshire is unreleased material from 1982, made with various synths and electronics. This music feels very intimate and personal, partly because it was not made with public release in mind. Really interesting stuff, released at last by Ozit Dandelion.

Martin Rev
Demolition 9

Ninth solo album from the Suicide legend that is Martin Rev! Demolition 9 is a very varied suite made up of thirty-four short tracks, an approach that allows Rev to explore stacks of different sounds and moods. It's like a shattered tour through the wild mind of Rev, veering from slamming percussion to moody ambience to much else besides. Demolition 9 is out on Atlas Realisations.

Mass Datura
Sentimental Meltdown

Mass Datura are ready to give the world their first full length statement. This London group is built up around Canadian frontman Thomas Rowe, and they have crafted some rather epic constructions around his multi-faceted songs. Heavy and psychedelic, folky and intimate: Sentimental Meltdown has it all. On All Types Of Slime Records.
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Mass Prod
Earquake

Italo-American producer Mass Prod has been cutting his teeth for a while across numerous labels, including ReSolute, Kontra-Musik, Cuttin’ Headz and Objazz. After releasing a mini album on cassette in 2013 he’s now back for a follow up full length. As experimental as it is funky he’ll jump from trashy house beats, to 2-step, to John Carpenter without flinching.
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Mastodon
The Hunter

‘The Hunter’ is US stoner rock band Mastodon's first non concept album since ‘Remission’ (2002). It contains no elements of classical music and is pure, heavy rock. The album includes a song composed and sung entirely by drummer Brann Dailor who also features on vocals on several other tracks.

Maurizio Abate
Loneliness, Desire and Revenge

Maurizio Abate is usually found making experimental albums of a psychedelic nature with the recording process being just part of the music’s ever-evolving journey. With his latest work he has decided to abandon all that and make Loneliness, Desire and Revenge: a stripped back acoustic guitar album that reflects Abate’s mood. Unlike his previous work, this contains more-or-less the definitive versions of the songs. His relationship with the acoustic guitar was inspired by the film In Search of Blind Joe Death: The Saga of John Fahey, which he arranged several screenings of in his native Italy.

Maximo Park
Risk To Exist

Hat-wearing Newcastle indie types Maximo Park are back with a sixth album of tightly-wound bookish songs, titled Risk To Exist. As ever, they combine a lively and catchy guitar-led sound with lyrics about society and the like: it is indeed a Risk To Exist in these times eh? Released by the Daylighting label

Melorman
Somewhere, Someday

Melorman returns with Somewhere, Someday, a friendly suite of bedroom electronica that shimmers and sparkles with warm, sometimes nostalgic synth pads. The vinyl release of Somewhere, Someday also comes with a download code for the bonus EP Away, so that’s another five tracks you are getting for your buck! On Sun Sea Sky Productions.

Metallica
Hardwired… To Self-Destruct

A brand new Metallica album appeared! Hardwired… To Self-Destruct is their first album in eight years. And because Metallica are a colossally big band, they have a broad plethora of formats for you to choose from, ranging from 2CD and 2LP editions to a massive, bonus-material-laden triple LP+CD box-set stuffed with badges and photo prints. Up to you.

Mew
Visuals

Twenty years into a career as topsy turvy as their music Danish prog-poppers Mew unleash their seventh album hot on the heels of 2015's '+ -'. 'Visuals' suggests a band keen on writing in a spontaneous manner using all the bleakness they encountered in 2016 to add a darkness to their '80s influenced progressive music.  

Michael Boothman
Touch

You may have heard Touch at some point in the past, but its rarity means you’ve probably been deprived of the opportunity. And anyway, you haven’t heard either of these tracks quite like this, as these are exclusive extended mixes of Michael Boothman’s exotic tropical good-time disco productions. So much fun! Repress on Invisible City Editions.,

Michael Chapman
Wrecked Again

Classic folk act, and contemporary of Roy Harper and John Martyn, Michael Chapman has released over 30 albums since his debut, 1969's Rainmaker. Now enjoying a long-overdue re-release, fourth album Wrecked Again has been remastered from the original tapes. A departure for Chapman, who went on the explore a rockier territory, Wrecked Again is considered by many to be his defining moment. On 180g gatefold vinyl or cd.

Michael Chapman
50

Yorkshire folk guitarist Michael Chapman is one of those musicians who is just simply extremely good at his job: his finger-picking style is endlessly engaging. New album 50, commemorating five decades of career, is his ‘American record’, on which he is joined by US allies like Steve Gunn and Jason Meagher (No-Neck Blues Band). Old songs and new songs, played American style. Released by Paradise Of Bachelors.

Michael Hurley
Redbirds At Folk City

Michael Hurley is an American folk artist who came of age during the 60’s Greenwich scene, though he’s always gone resolutely his own way. This release is a document of a live show that Hurley played with his band Redbirds in 1976, bringing a rural swing to the good people at Folk City. Reissued in newly expanded form by Feeding Tube Records.

Midaircondo
IV

Midaircondo, coming at you straight out of Sweden, are onto their fourth album (hence the title IV), and they aim at an electronica that maintains acoustic elements: an organic feel rather than a 100% cold aesthetic. Boldly, they recorded this album in the studio with an audience, forcing the duo into committing to the immediate sound. On Twin Seed Recordings.

Mikal Cronin
MCIII

Prolific garage rock character and Ty Segall associate Mikal Cronin returns with his third proper solo record, its properness signified by the official-sounding title MCIII. It is also ‘proper solo’ in another sense, in that Cronin himself plays virtually every scrap of sound here himself, with the exception of a string quartet. Whaddaguy.

Mike Cooper
Blue Guitar

Mike Cooper’s 2010 album Blue Guitar is named for a Wallace Stevens poem, and apparently has Cooper-made cut-ups of Thomas Pynchon texts at the core of its composition. Suitably, Cooper’s guitar and voice follow their own paths here, blending traditional and extended techniques into a rich song-soup. Reissued on vinyl, for the first time, by Idea Records.

Mike Dehnert
Providing Home

Mike Dehnert’s Fachwerk label has been operating for ten years now, and so the main man himself has pulled something special out of the bag to celebrate. Providing Home presents a strong set of approaches to the techno form, with full dark Berlin tracks alongside deep house-style tunes and some nicely dubbed-up stuff. Ten track double LP, on Fachwerk.

Mike Huckaby
Too Many Classics To Be Left With Little Or No Attention

Its part of the nature of the dance music game that some tracks will slip right past you, no matter how quickly you grab for those limited-pressing 12”s. But sometimes, producers will do you a favour by rounding up some classic cuts and putting them on vinyl again! Mike Huckaby’s Too Many Classics To Be Left With Little Or No Attention does just that with six tracks, and it even remasters them for you too! Don’t let them slip past again. Double 12”.

Mike Parker & Donato Dozzy
Paramagnetism

Donato Dozzy co-founded new label Spazio Disponibile with fellow Voices From The Laker Neel earlier this year, and they’re already on their sixth release as 2016 draws to a close. The Paramagnetism EP sees the minimal maestro Dozzy himself team up with techno vanguard and fine art lecturer Mike Parker once again. The opener to the four-tracker is an aquatic, sound design-minded piece, followed by a venture in acidic analogues, a deep-end floor-stomper and cosmic flanging to close out the record respectively.

Mike Wexler
Syntropy

On third album Syntropy, Mike Wexler displays the breadth of his guitar experience, tipping his hat towards Brazilian and British folk styles as well as more American strains. But his guitar is only one piece of the puzzle: congas, mellotrons, pianos, synthesisers and more are all involved, played by a group that includes members of Psychic Ills and Amen Dunes. Syntropy is out on the three:four label.

Minus The Bear
VOIDS

Half a decade down from their first album to crack the U.S. top 40 and it’s no surprise that Minus the Bear up the pop on their sixth record. ‘Invisible’ is a full-chested emo banger (don’t worry, there’s some tapping in the breakdown), and opener ‘Last Kiss’ is well hooky too. That said, those craving the classic MtB schtick will find plenty to love here - try math-athon ‘What About the Boat?’

Miraculous Mule
Blues Uzi

Miraculous Mule filled in the gap between their debut Deep Fried and their new full-length Two Tonne Testimony with 2014’s nice little mini album, now reissued. Blues Uzi is full of soul and fire and groovy energy, perfect for keeping modern fans of bluesy gospel rock satisfied. Vinyl reissue with two bonus tracks, on Bronzerat.

Mirror Travel
Mexico EP

The songs on Mexico weren’t quite recorded in Mexico, but Southern Texas isn’t far off in terms of blistering heat and psychedelic desert vibes. This EP is a special release for the UK, taking 4 of the finest tracks from Mirror Travel’s debut album. Quality garage-psych, released by Anton Newcombe (Brian Jonestown Massacre), a master of such things, on his ‘a’ Recordings label. Red vinyl 10”.

Mississippi Fred McDowell
Delta Blues

Mississippi Fred McDowell recorded his Delta Blues album in mid 1960s, and boy does this stuff sound right. The guitar moves fleet-footed around the tunes, and McDowell's voice really sounds the part. The record is reissued in a blue vinyl pressing with a pitch-perfect replica sleeve by the Arhoolie label.

Moa Pillar
Hymns

Russian producer Moa Pillar returns with his second full length for the Full Of Nothing label. Taking his inspiration from folk music and the fringes of electronica and techno equally, Hymns stirs a mix of energised Alva Noto digital textures, with upbeat percussion and a human soul. His long tracks can break you down and build you back up again.

Modest Mouse
This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About

Originally released in 1996, ‘This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About’ is Modest Mouse’s debut LP, and made a significant mark for the band. Expanding upon the themes of emotional and geographic isolation present in their early material, the album sees the band mixing slow, brooding numbers with thrashing guitar assaults, and is worth a revisit. 

Mohammad
Lamnè Gastama

Mohammad make chamber drone, taking cellos and other traditional acoustic instruments and sustaining them, as if they're being sharpened like a knife. The result is a sound that's both unsettling and unprecedented. They've already released one record this year, 'Zo Rél Do', which they claim is part of a trilogy that "explores the sounds of the geographical area between 34°N - 42°N &  19° E - 29° E". Of course. The next record in the project is 'Lamnè Gastama', and it promises the same dark, unwavering sound. 

Mohammad
Pèkisyon Funebri

Major new business from Greek drone-folkers Mohammad. Pékisyon Funebri is a triple 10” set of thick, cloudy atmospheres, with cello, electronics and distant haunted vocals all contributing. Although the whole is certainly greater, and more inscrutable, than the sum of the parts. Out on Antifrost.

Mondo Cozmo
Plastic Soul

From a landscape gardener to a true gem in the underground pop-rock scene, Mondo Cozmo has become a chart topping artist in the US. His moody vocals and relaxed backing music give a recognisable theme to his music- think Primal Scream of the future. Plastic Soul is available on vinyl LP and CD, on ‘Island’.

MONO
The Last Dawn

Stripping their sound back from the grandiose orchestral pomp of their recent albums, Japanese post-rockers Mono return this week with two separate single LPs rather than their usual double. 'The Last Dawn' and 'Rays Of Darkness' explore the opposing themes of light and dark, joy and pain, with 'The Last Dawn' perhaps unsurprisingly being the lighter of the two, taking its cues from shoegaze and minimalist film scores.

Mono-Enzyme 307
Adventure in Cyrosleep

Mono-Enzyme 307 is one of the most inhuman, utilitarian artist names I’ve seen in a while, and it makes totally sense that he / she / they / it have produced these Adventures In Cryosleep, which feel like the results of some gritty basement-acid generating computer. Sheer movement music for man and machine alike. 12” on Natural Sciences.

Morphine
Cure For Pain

Morphine were an unusual band in that their line up consisted of such things as bass, saxophone and drums rather than your standard guitars et al.  Tragically frontman Mark Sandman died on stage in 1999 therefore leaving the band with a small but perfectly formed back catalogue of self described 'low end rock'. Cure For Pain was their second album and their influence is exemplified by the fact that tracks eventually found their way onto soundtracks for Beavis & Butthead and the Sopranos.  
  • Vinyl LP (MOVLP1783C)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

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