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New Woods, Thee Oh Sees, Slint - and other hot pre-orders

A brand-new album from Woods available on record, cassette, record and CD, the final Thee Oh Sees album before they go on extended hiatus, a long awaited new Diane Cluck record, a super popular new album from Mugstar and a love-it-or-hate-it album from dad dancers Future Island are just some of the items we have available on pre-order. But that's not all. If you pre-order the new The Horrors album 'Luminous' you will be put into a hat to win a double vinyl test pressing of the album. There are more beautiers too. Take a look!
Please note that this promotion officially ended on Wednesday February 26th 2014. Any discounted items may now have returned to full price, and other items may no longer be available at all. If you missed out on this promotion then sign up for our email alerts so that you stand a better chance of not missing out on the next one.
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Cloud Nothings
Here and Nowhere Else

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Diane Cluck

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Future Islands

Not a Greatest Hits type collection but the first album Future Islands recorded for 4AD. After years as a much loved underground cult band, Future Islands truly crossed over not just with their more streamlined synth pop sound but with the comical antics of singer Sam Herring on their breakout performance on the Late Show with David Letterman. Expect '80s-obsessed smooth synth juxtaposed with eccentric soul-influenced barking and David Brent-like dance moves.  
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Mac DeMarco
Salad Days

I have a feeling that Mac DeMarco may be a fan of Minor Threat. Because who actually uses the phrase 'Salad Days' any more? This is his second album proper, featuring more of that incredibly casual and personable crooning that he's built his career on. DeMarco is the sort of musician who seems to be enjoying himself so much that it's difficult not to get swept up by it. 

Morton Subotnick
Silver Apples of the Moon (50th-Anniversary Edition)

Many records get labelled as pioneering, but there are few that deserve it quite as much as Morton Subotnick's 1967 debut. Notable as both the first piece of electronic music commissioned by a record company and as the first piece of both classical and electronic music written for an album format, 'Silver Apples of the Moon' is a true milestone in the history of the electronic genre.
  • Vinyl LP (WSM02)
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Live at Third Man Records

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Sun, Broken...

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Spiderland by Slint is post-rock ground zero. It was the band’s second and final album, but it’s THE ONE when it comes to defining a sub-genre. The band featured Brian McMahan who went on to play with Will Oldham and then form The For Carnation, and David Pajo who has done many good things since such as Ariel M, Papa M as well as being in Tortoise for a bit. He was also a member of Billy Corgan’s Zwan. If you buy this on CD, be prepared to be told off. It clearly states on the back that this is meant to be listened to on vinyl. However, both are available.

The Lucid Dream
Songs of Lies and Deceit

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Thee Oh Sees

Though it was made by John Dwyer mostly alone, Drop is one of Thee Oh Sees most vital records. He relies on guests to flesh out the sound rather than a tight rocking band but you could never tell. Effervescent garage rock that absolutely kills live and if that's not enough for you then you gotta love a record that was made in a banana ripening warehouse.