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Friday sale (again)

'nother Friday, 'nother sale. This time we've knocked 25% off a nice, neat 1000 records. And we're not talking about the stuff that's been cluttering up our stockroom for decades. Everything below has been added (or re-added) to the site in recent years...
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TV.OUT
Further

When not running their Paralaxx label, Tel Aviv duo TV.OUT like nothing more than to unwind with a little bit of doom-laden techno. The three entries on Further will all sound suitably portentous when eating up the club at four in the morning. ‘Moon’ brings to mind early Legowelt, while ‘Galaxy’ and the title track recall the excellent collaborations between Bok Bok and Tom Trago. Out via the more-than-capable Long Island Electrical Systems.
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Ty Segall
Ty Segall

Another year, yet another album from prolific garage rock guy Ty Segall. You would perhaps think that a self titled album (his second) would have a back to basics approach but as Master Segall revels in a stripped back sound it's hard to figure the concept other than this is described on the press release as 'visceral' and 'penetrating' and with 'lobe blasting' fretwork. Lead track 'Orange Colour Queen' is tender and evocative, I think we need to know the truth.  

Tyler Dancer
Resisting In The Darkness

Don’t Be Afraid welcome an up and coming talent from Detroit in the shape of Tyler Dancer, who was recently spotted working the buttons with the legendary Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir on a remix of Funkadelic. This is gritty outboard techno loaded with personality and flair, all bloated kicks and freaky synths for those who like their parties dark and decadent, but it’s also immensely fun as well.
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U-Men
U-Men

Simple to put this one. A triple LP or double CD anthology which includes literally everything U-Men released from the studio, plus an additional 5 tracks that have never been released, all remastered. Their unique sound paved they way for the grunge generation in Seattle, so if you like your alt-rock punky, avantgarde, frantic and party centric, hail the U-Men.

Unkle Funkle
Supernatural

Unkle Funkle takes a break from his time in White Fang to throw together this entertaining sound mass. Take a look at the sleeve art for Supernatural and you’ll get a feel for the sound: a colourful, shiny fantasy of electronic pop. Funkle is having fun here, and you surely will too. LP release on Burger Records.

Uranium Club
Live At Acri Taun

Uranium Club take Italy! The fast and hard Minneapolitans (really? apparently) with the(e) Oh Sees co-sign thrill Fidenza with forty minutes of tight post-punk. You'll wish you'd been there, and maybe if you buy this you can be! I have personally missed their Leeds show and I am FILLED with regret. 

Urulu
Air Pacific EP

Four mid-tempo doof-wedges from the man born Taylor Freels here. With tunes entitled ‘Cinnamon Boys’ and ‘Easy Going Greg’ don’t go expecting doom-techno or anything like that. That said, these tunes are fun, affable and just as enjoyable in your room as they would be on the dancefloor. The title track whizzes and purrs charmingly and there is a level of technical proficiency on display here that one would expect of someone who has released on Dirt Crew, Let's Play House and Voyage. 12”.
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Us and Them
When I Was Walking

Having put out a lilting psychish-folkish album with Mega Dodo Records in 2015, Swedish duo Us and Them return to the label with a lilting psychish-folkish double-A. I’m going to take a punt and guess that they’ve lifted their name from the Pink Floyd song. 7”. Sleeves are hand-numbered so it’s a good job they’re only making 150 of them because any more would likely mean cramping for the numberer in question.
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Vanligt Folk
Palle Bondo

Baffling and haunting material from hardly-classifiable electro-creeps Vanligt Folk. Palle Bondo was written as a critique of the social stigmas of disability. In particular, it targets the notion of strangeness only being acceptable to society when it is clearly a chosen style of performance - with a “normal” agent beneath it. Fragments of familiar electro, dub and even industrial references make up these spacious productions. Nice early Autechre sample on the closing track!
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Vapauteen
This Coercion Pt. II

Hard-jacking new tracks from Shawn O’Sullivan’s Vapauteen guise, working the project’s signature style of relentless beat-pummel and acidic synth lines. This Coercion Pt. II neatly complements the recent Pt. I: taken as a pair, they add up to some of the year’s most formidable techno, leaving no room for negotiation. Out on the ever-reliable L.I.E.S. imprint.
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Various
Revolutionary Spirit - The Sound Of Liverpool 1976-1988

An extensive 5-disc overview of Scouserock, if you will, from the punk and post-punk era through to the more polished pleasures of the late 80s. It kicks off with the art rock theatrics of Deaf School, and the more heard about than heard (retrospective) supergroup Big In Japan. The Bunnymen, Teardrop Explodes, FGTH, OMD, Dead Or Alive, China Crisis and The La’s are among the more obvious inclusions, but the real fun is in digging through the dozens of obscurities.

Various
John Barleycorn Reborn: Dark Britannica

Metal/doom/neofolk connoisseurs Burning World Records have waxed up this 2CD compilation from 2007 for the discerning vinyl heads. Originally curated for Cold Spring by Mark Coyle, the 4LP box set reissue contains a booklet elaborating on the theme and concepts of the project. That is, the grimmer and seedier side of Britain’s folklore, rendered in neofolk by 33 various artists (Sol Invictus, The Owl Service, Clive Powell et al). Step aside, Richard Dawson!

Various
Close To The Noise Floor - Formative UK Electronica 1975-1984

Close To The Noise Floor - Formative UK Electronica 1975 - 1985 takes ‘electronica’ as a nice and broad term: this compilation ranges from Throbbing Gristle to Spoon Fazer to Blancmange, with the intention of showing off the whole range of the period, from the familiar to the forgotten. 4 disc box-set on Cherry Red.

Various
Synth Wave – Volume 1

Synth Wave - Volume 1 intends to showcase the rude health of the global synth scene, pulling in artists from countries including Sweden, Argentina and Brazil. Turns out, the many kinds of alt-pop that have synthesisers at their core are producing top-grade material right now: artists like Massive Ego and The Stir Fry Pop Star prove that here. On Electro London.

Various
Cannabis (Original Series Soundtrack)

New French TV show Cannabis has a rich and varied soundtrack that features lots of artists, from France and from beyond. Notable acts include Bohren & Der Club Of Gore, Mala Rodriguez and Vitalic, but fans of the series will recognise plenty of new favourites here on this soundtrack release. LP / double CD release on the Milan label.

Various
Wet Hot American Summer (Original Score & Music From The Motion Picture)

Wet Hot American Summer is a self-conscious callback movie from 2001, impersonating a 1980’s sex comedy. The original score is just as playful, rocking all the 80’s cliches you could ask for, and a selection of other featured songs by Jefferson Airplane, Foreigner et al are also included on this first ever release of the film’s soundtrack. LP on Rusted Wave.

Various
Love Means Taking Action Remixes

The latest album from Posh Isolation prime dude Loke Rhabek’s Croatian Amor project gets handed over to a bunch of pals including Félicia Atkinson and Age Coin for remixing. The ambient-synth-melancholy tone of the original album lends itself to all sorts of interesting approaches over the course of these eight new takes. This is a limited edition LP on Posh Isolation.

Various
DABJ Allstars Vol. 3

The word ‘Allstars’ holds such fun and promise: I’m pleased to report that this 12” of Dixon Avenue Basement Jams Allstars doesn’t let down on that promise. The stars in question are O.D.D., Casio Royale and Modini (the latter presenting the incredibly-titled ‘Throbbing Thistle’), and they’ve all got high-quality, hard-jacking acidic bangers to show off. Vol. 3 is great, bring on Vol. 4!
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Various
DJ Amir presents Buena Música Y Cultura

DJ Amir is your go to guy for great crate digging compilations, finding rarities for Pete Rock and BBE he’s got somewhat of a reputation. The focus here being Salsa & Guaguancó he digs past people synonymous with the genre like Joey Pastrana and Louie Colon and brings together some truly authentic and obscure latin selections.

Various
Original Hip Hop Classics Presented by Sugar Hill Records

Sugar Hill should be a name exquisitely familiar to fans of hip-hop’s vintage early days, so you should all know to pay attention to this compilation. Original Hip Hop Classics Presented by Sugar Hill Records does exactly what it says on the tin, delivering treats from Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel and many more over two slabs of vinyl. Out on the Sanctuary label.

Various
Arquitectura del Sueño (Exclusives​)​

A big treat of a package here from the Semantica label, featuring three whole vinyl discs of explorative techno goodies. With two tracks (of exclusive material!) per side of wax, that’s twelve producers represented here, from Adriana Lopez and Hydrangea to BLNDR and Luigi Tozzi. Arquitectura del Sueno is a handsome triple 12” set on Semantica.

Various
Spirit of '69: The Boss Reggae Sevens Collection

Limited to only 1000 pressings is this exclusive compilation of reggae classics is Spirit of 69: The Boss Reggae Sevens, which is compiled with a range artists including Lloyd Robinson, Drumbago & The Dynamites and Derrick Harriott. An absolute essential for fans of 60s/70s reggae, and only available from independent retailers.

Various
Nonnative 09

On this four way split vinyl we're treated to a selection of stark techno workouts which demonstrate the abstract depths of the genre. Moody, stripped down and full of sonic confetti, none of these tracks is designed for soulful grooves and laughter. This is body and brain techno and it wants your soul.

Various
Speicher 100

Kompakt’s workaholic Speicher series enters triple figures with six charming new numbers on a double twelve. Kompakt heavyweights Jürgen Paape, Jörg Burger, Michael Mayer and, of course, the two Voigts (joined by Chris Trance) make up the crack team selected for this one. Mayer goes in for rave techno (sounding very much like some of Graeme Norgate’s TimeSplitters soundtrack!), while the Voigts and Trance handle the minimal, atmospheric side of things. With some absolutely lush string sections and synched vocal fades on his own gentle techno, Paape likely steals the show.

Various
Brownswood 10 Versions

Tenth birthday release from the Brownswood label, who have decided to celebrate the occasion with ten key cover versions from their quality roster. Represented here are the likes of Mala, Giles Peterson and his Havana Cultura Band and Owiny Sigoma Band, reinterpreting music by Can, Art Blakey, Sun Ra and other heavyweights. Double LP release on Brownswood Recordings.

Various
Follow The Sun

Compiled by Mikey Young (Total Control, Eddy Current Suppression Ring) and Keith Abrahamsson of Anthology Recordings and Mexican Summer, Follow The Sun traces the lesser known rock/pop/folk that came from Australia during the 70s. Ranging from psychedelic to the garage pop it’s a grand voyage of the undiscovered. Comes with download code.

Various
The B-Music Of Jean Rollin 1968-1975

Jean Rollin was a French vampire film maker and was also famed for being at the forefront of the Horrotica movement. The B-Music of Jean Rollin 1968-1975 collects together music from the late director’s films to celebrate his legacy. Includes tracks by Francois Tusques, Pierre Raph, Acanthus and Yvon Gerault. Vinyl LP on Finders Keepers.

Various
A Collection of Tele Music Remixes - Vol. I

Tele Music is one of the great repositories of library music, presently celebrating its fiftieth anniversary. The Parisian institution has been a goldmine for loads of crate-digging producers over the years, and here some of them pay tribute with their own remixes of original Tele material. Artists include Soulwax, Ron Morelli and Zombie Zombie! CD and triple LP editions.

Various
Anonymous Delusional Eros

A short compilation of six highly disciplined techno pieces and a disorientating title. Anonymous Delusional Eros comes courtesy of the ol’ Nous imprint. Ayln kicks things off with a lovely metallic flange on the hats and a tumbling kick. D104’s piece is especially spacious and tense, while Gaunt’s contribution sounds like Burial in space. Dreams rounds things off with an engrossing, up-close shuffle and vicious snare-slaps. Music for haunted space stations and/or Berghain.
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Various
Schole Collection Box

Check this out Schole fans: the label is celebrating its tenth birthday with this hefty five CD box-set! The Schole Collection Box contains highlights from across the label’s substantial catalogue, arranged chronologically by release date. Artists represented include Daisuke Miyatani, Quentin Sirjacq, Akira Kosemura and Dakota Suite, plus many many more. Limited edition.

Various
The Midnight Manual

Five years into Midnight Shift’s time as a label, so it's time for a celebration. The Midnight Manual looks both forwards and back, commemorating the label’s time so far whilst also giving previews of some no-doubt killer EPs due later in the year. Over two 12”s we have a wild array of tracks from the likes of Harmonius Thelonius, Knutsson-Berg and Thermocline.
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Various
Relight

Zurich's Light Of Other Days decide to set fire to themselves, or at least, a few of the tunes that they've released recently. They've got the Music From Memory-reissued Michal Turtle and Phantom Island reworking HOVE tracks, Unknown Mobile transforming Gray Chalk, and Jack Pattern remixing Ethimm. All the names.
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Various
PZYK 4.1

PZYK is the compilation series of the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia, an event with an increasingly strong reputation. This year, they are releasing four different EPs: here is PZYK 4.1, which contains exclusive tracks from Bonnacons of Dust, Gulp, The Comet Is Coming, and Trad, Graz Och Stenar! Very limited quantities.

Various
Der Todesking (Original Expanded 1989 Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Der Todesking is a notably experimental film from 1989, exploring death and suicide in an intense and oblique way. The film’s soundtrack is also notable, mixing lo-fi synth material with some sharp and clean minimalist classical instrumentation, This version of Der Todesking’s soundtrack has been expanded tremendously compared to previous releases. Out on One Way Static,
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Various
Studio One: Black Man's Pride

Soul Jazz take another fruitful dip into the amazing archives of Studio One, this time with black pride on their mind. What we have here is premium reggae, with artists like Alton Ellis, Horace Andy and The Heptones all represented, with both fan favourites and obscure cuts included. CD and LP editions with a booklet of context.

Various
Commune


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Various
Colund1

This compilation consists of electronic music made using the Colundi sequence, a 128-tone scale that taps into some strange philosophical and biological fundaments. This non-Western scale was developed by tireless electronic experimenter Aleksi Perälä and former Rephlex head honcho Grant Wilson-Claridge. Things tend to lean towards the more off-kilter side of techno, with a lot of classic drum sounds and some gorgeous harmonies. Capsule and Tunnel One’s contributions are particularly exciting, the former an eerie choir-led stroll and the latter pulling off some classic sci-fIDM.

Various
Belgian Nuggets 90s-00s Vol.1

The origin of this compilation lies in Mayway Records’ fortuitous purchase of a job lot of promo CDs from the Belgian public service broadcaster, representing twenty years of the country’s music scene(s). The label have decided to use this haul for good, by picking out the finest pieces and taking them out of obscurity and into circulation on this Belgian Nuggets compilation. dEUS, Nid & Sancy, Kolk, Volt and many more. On Mayway Records.
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Various
Pantsula! - The Rise of Electronic Dance Music in South Africa, 1988-90

Pantsula! is the name of South Africa’s 80’s dance underground culture, which grew out from the bubblegum and US-style disco, taking those starting points into even more electronic territory. This Rush Hour compilation covers the crucial years 1988 to 1990, with artists like Jazino, Kakappa and Jivaro featured. CD and double LP editions.

Various
Various Squirrels Vol. 2

Mischievous-as-a-squirrel San Fran electro imprint Squirrels on Film returns with a second volume in its Various Squirrels 12” series. On the a-side, Material Squirrel kicks things off with an ominous dungeon synth raver, while Lokier harnesses an acid bassline resembling a sputtering motor. Turn over for Billy Bates’ stabby house - some nice reverb sidechain going on there. Finally, Solar goes for the hypnotic jugular with wide-stereo waving synths and a determined electro-techno beat.
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Various
Sing and They'll Sing Your Song

Compilation to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Megaphone record label. It features a wide range of the label's roster, including legends like Michael Head and Karen Dalton (a favourite of both Bob Dylan and Adele). The CD comes with a booklet of unpublished photos of all the musicians. 

Various
Rough Trade Shops Presents: Counter Culture 2017

Different world working for Rough Trade than for your common or garden provincial music emporium. Where they get to go out to Primavera and pick their favourite tracks of the year for a double LP release, we spend our time trying to get the intercom to work and wondering why we don't have a working CD player in the office. But that's just the way the cookie crumbles....good luck to them. Personally I prefer freezing my balls off in a concrete prison than being a jet setting tastemaker. Keeps it real.   

Various
Radio Cramps: The Purple Knif Show

Fans of The Cramps, whether casual or die-hard, would really benefit from listening to this release, which puts a piece of beloved audio out into general circulation. Radio Cramps: The Purple Knif Show is derived from a radio show that yr man Lux Interior had in 1984, and it features loads of the cool obscuro tracks he played along with parts of his commentary! Double LP reissue on the Munster label.

Various
Absence

Absence is a compilation of music that you would do very well to hear: experimental music from Iran. Artists on this stellar roster happen to include relatively big names like Sote and Siavash Amini, but also artists scarcely heard outside of Iran, all boldly exploring their sounds. CDr on Flaming Pines.

Various
Ingrid Goes West (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ah yes, Ingrid Goes West. It's a [scrolls down Wikipedia page to critical reception] critically acclaimed movie with favorable reviews. A film about [scrolls back up to start of Wikipedia page] someone moving to LA to hang out with someone they follow on Instagram, it sounds to me an incredibly relatable experience, and is soundtracked by some suitably idealistic dance hits, road trippin' to soul, new wave and more. Can, Islands and Bobby Oroza are three artists that exist on this soundtrack.
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Various
Contract In Blood: A History Of UK Thrash Metal

Cherry Red Records with another box set here. Thrash metal from the UK has a tough time of it. Seen as a second-class scene when compared to those of the U.S.A. or Brazil, even the larger acts - Venom, Onslaught etc. - have received comparatively little global renown. These five CDs look to change all that. Accompanied by an informative booklet and released concurrently with a book of the same name, Contract In Blood contains studio recordings, demos and live takes by both big-hitters and small-fry from the world of British thrash. Some of the cuts date back to the early 80s, and ten have never been previously released.

Various
Emergence

Kate Carr’s Flaming Pines (The Boats, Xu) presents an intriguing compilation of experimental fare from Vietnam. Emergence makes a compelling case for more light to be shone on a scene - and a nation - whose music is often passed over by Western listeners. There are compelling piano pieces (Do Tan Si’s ‘The Morning Seems So Strange Today’), droning tape ambiences reminiscent of Yves Tumor (‘Sound Awakener’ by Duskiness), Oval-esque sound experiments from Parallel Asteroid and plenty more on the ten tracks here.

Various / I.B.M
Reflection Series #3

Jamal Moss, the human being behind the Hieroglyphic Being, applies his special techno technique to three tunes by Public Image Limited, Kissing The Pink and Bigod 20. Perhaps not what you might expect Jamal to be delving into, but of course he totally knows how to re-work the material into his own richly hard-jacking style. 12” on Medusa Edits.
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Various / Joy Orbison
Selectors 004 - Joy Orbison

Who better to take part in Dekmantel’s Selectors compilation series than Joy Orbison? Over two LPs our man Joy presents favourite tunes from throughout his own archives and influences, sliding from jungle to techno to garage and back again, following Joy’s own logic rather than any rigid constraints. Tracks are presented unmixed. Selecors 004 is a double LP from Dekmantel

Venus II
Inside Your Sun

Australia based Jarrad Brown of Eagle & The Worm and Ryan Grieve of Canyons make up Venus II. Pushing their two worlds together the result sounds like a child of madchester and would fit right in popping pills at the Hacienda and doing the bez walk. Trippy, psychedelic, sweaty and fist pumpingly fun.
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Vermont
II Remixes

Having dropped their second album on Kompakt earlier in the year, Danilo ‘Motor City Drum Ensemble’ Plessow and Marcus Worgull get the remix treatment from a host of hustlers compatible with the Kompakt way of doing things. Dixon drops a vocal and instrumental version of “Dschuna” and Wolfgang Voigt gets austere all over “Paradigma” in his Wassermann guise, but it’s I:Cube who comes out on top with a romantic, discofied cruise through “Skorbut”.
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Via App
Secret Rotation

Brooklyn’s Via App drops a four-tracker on the NYC off-kilter techno imprint BANK. The 1080p affiliate’s latest shows off her versatility: “Extraction” pumps with an antsy groove, whilst “Living Decoration” throbs with hyper-precise mechanical samples. The record closes out with a proper clanging dungeon stomper but “Desert Acid” stands out with its ponderous and sludgy percussion and decay.
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Vicktor Taiwò
Joy Comes In Spirit

Vicktor Taiwò attempts to combine twin loves of pop music and experimental on a record of inner belief and self-actualisation. His debut, Joy Comes in Spirit, gambles on its bedrock of singer-songwriter soul with amorphous deviations. Tunes stretch and expand, taking on retro game music, rap and 808s-era Kanye in its fetch quest for introspection.

Vincent
Fast Forward

Information on this one has been kept close to the chest. The mysterious Vincent released this EP on cassette in 1987, and Music From Memory have managed to dig it out for a vinyl repress. Who is it? Well if you like your electro 80s and your Yamaha RX grooves pushed out to the max, this one’s for you. Morning Love is an exit music gem.
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Virginia Wing
Rhonda

Probably one of the better Record Store Day releases this year, ace London quartet Virginia Wing tease you a couple of new tracks from what will be their brand new record in due course. If it's anything like the last one it will appeal to fans of Broadcast, Stereolab and fans of all things kraut and pop.  

Visionist
Value

Big Grime buddy Visionist is putting out a new record on Big Dada. Barely taking a breath after late 2015's Safe, Louis Carnell has produced another study in vulnerability, this time approaching themes of machismo and effeminacy rather than safety and anxiety. Oh, and between the beats you might even spot the vocals of Visionist himself.

Vive la Void
Vive la Void

Moon Duo keyboard player Sanae Yamada takes time out from the day job to lay down this solo LP under the name Vive la Void. The seven tracks of this eponymous album don’t stray too far from the MD blueprint while also incorporating more of a synthwave/darkwave influence. Lead single ‘Red Rider’ comes across like Grimes covering Goldfrapp’s ‘Strict Machine’. Your standard Sacred Bones fare then.

VLMV
Stranded, Not Lost

London duo VLMV (pronounced ‘Alma’ - give over!) are Stranded, Not Lost. Suggest otherwise and you might be in for a long discussion on semantics. The pair have managed to hybridise the gloomy grandiosity and quirky-sad textuality of post-rock with the intimate sparseness of open-mic London singer-songwritery, resulting in atmospheric feels aplenty.
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Volcov
Freedom Of The Mind

As part of Sounds Familiar series of limited edition 45’s, here is some new action from Italian producer and Archive label owner Volcov. Freedom Of The Mind is a lot of fun, weaving cowbell samples, big house piano and even bigger funk-synth keyboard solos together into a dancefloor spectacular that radiates fun times. Lovely stuff.

Von Grall
Infinitum

Brice Groulier AKA Von Grall is one of an impressive new bunch of talent whose releases for Semantica, Midgar, Planet Rhythm, and Modularz have shown a consistency for quality techno. The Parisian’s tunes kept popping up when the Horo label was mixing for their Grey Area releases. It was inevitable, then, that Horo would get Groulier to record for them. Infinitum started life as a four-track EP before blossoming into the eight-track album which allows Von Grall to take his signature punchy yet ethereal sound further than ever before.

Vox Low
Loving Hell EP

Vox Low are a versatile sounding band that fuse together so many different styles of music. At first these sounds may seem daunting, hostile almost, but what makes Loving Hell so dynamic is the way it gives you the opportunity to restart your thoughts and open your mind. A charismatic mix of psychedelic rock and electronica presented in snazzy printed disco sleeves. Available on Vinyl 12”.
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Warthog
Warthog

Crustified hardcore punk from New York. Made up from members of Dawn of Humans, AJAX, and Blank Dogs, Warthog cut through like a leather jacketed knife, offering the three chord mayhem of OFF!, the crusty epicness of Tragedy, and the rock and roll groove of Zeke. All things considered. Drink. Shout. Shout.
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Wavves
You’re Welcome

Ten tears into the Wavves project, Nathan Williams has gone from super lo-fi DIY to major-label-signed and now back to some sort of midpoint. You’re Welcome, the sixth Wavves record, is released on Williams’ own Ghostramp label, but features all the production and songwriting lessons that he’s learned along the way. Good times!

Wax Witches
Memory Painting

Burger Records continue a sweet run of releases with some snotty hardcore punk from Wax Witches. This solo project from Bleeding Knees Club’s Alex Wall takes a garage punk template, but adds some pop hooks and one-man band style. Memory Painting is trashy and disposable fun with some nice artwork too.
  • Vinyl LP (BRGR955LP)
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Wayfarer
World’s Blood

Third album from Colorado black metal group Wayfarer. This time, they've made like a saunter of Cowboys and are heading west. Their thematic focus is on the great frontier and the horrors of American expansionism, something well captured in the dread and intensity of black metal. Released on Profound Lore. 

WEN
EPHEM:ERA

WEN’s new set EPHEM:ERA observes grime from a studied distance, taking the core club ingredients of the sound and applying the WEN magic to them in order to construct semi-abstracted electronic music that makes you wonder: is this a piece, or a track? Either way, twelve slices of great audio. EPHEM:ERA is out on Big Dada.

Wesley Gonzalez
Excellent Musician

Weird and wonderful experimental pop from Wesley Gonzalez, formerly of Let’s Wrestle. The process behind Excellent Musician took years of playful bedroom demos and semi-improvised them into fully-fledged songs in a deliberately hurried way, using a band unfamiliar with the material. The results are real fresh, balancing oddness with proper-popness. On Moshi Moshi.

West 2 West
Vol 2

West 2 West is an alias of John Daly, a figure searching for atmosphere in the scrubby outlands of leftfield hip-hop. Turns out he's found it, and over 'Vol. 2', indeed the sequel to 'Vol. 1', you'll find all manner of twisted beats and sonic environments for deep dive brain somersaults and late night beat journeys. 

What So Not
Not All The Beautiful Things

After Flume split away from the collaboration, Emoh Instead has kept growing What So Not, with collaborations with the likes of R.L. Grime and Ganz. Now dropping his debut full length through Counter. Features collabs with Skrillex, Toto, BUOY, Daniel Johns, and Rome Fortune. Big room beats meeting your sky reaching needs.

When The Sun Hits
Immersed Within Your Eyes

Nottingham band When The Sun Hits make huge sounding songs. Over the six tracks on their new EP, Immersed Within Your Eyes, they dabble with early-Verve style swells, gaze at their shoes and link stuff together with ambient passages akin to that of Seefeel or early Aphex Twin. But it wouldn’t be When The Sun Hits if the songs didn’t have mammoth choruses, so they're in the mix too. Limited Edition of 250 copies on Saint Marie.

WHIMM
A Stare Ajar

After several years of live actions and careful sound development, WHIMM are ready to share their debut album with the world. Recorded in two days, A Stare Ajar is an intense and thickly atmospheric slab of dark rock music, though it rejects the nihilism of some of the band’s peers in favour of emotional narratives of human displacement. Vinyl release on Pleasence Records.

White Room
Eight

Brighton indie five-piece White Room release their double EP, Eight, on Deltasonic. Their psych-pop takes nods from contemporary faves like Pond and Temples, while the vocals seem to take cues from the likes of Drowners. They’ve ran with the idea of the number eight structurally and thematically, with songs released in four sets of pairs before this amalgamation on vinyl. Quick maths.
  • Vinyl 12" (DSR17EP9)
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Wil Bolton
Night Paths

Duvet-strength warm ambient from Wil Bolton, whose previous records for the likes of Eilean, Home Normal and Sound in Silence have served as handcrafted comfort. Mastered by dronefather Ian Hawgood, Night Paths sees a return to Bolton's setup of processed guitar, synths and loops, all coming together in one woozy, snoozy textural mass.

Will DiMaggio
Fusion (Broadcast Mix)

Will DiMaggio shows off his capabilities as a jazzy synth-pianist and as a catchy house producer with this single-sided 12” release on Future Times. Future (Broadcast Mix) is a slick and smiling creation, with wobbling synth-keys and fabulous chunky bass making the dancefloor a compelling place to be.
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Will Long
Maroon / Pink

Will Long, who makes luscious ambient drone under the name Celer and gorgeous deep house under his own name (and sometimes in collaboration with DJ Sprinkles), presents a second full-length album of politically charged dancefloor cuts, which is also available as a series of 12”s, like the Maroon / Pink disc we see here before us. Features ‘That’s The Way It Goes’ and ‘ We Tend To Forget’.
  • Vinyl 12" (STS32412)
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Will Long
Sallow / Pine

Will Long’s politically engaged deep house music is back in the form of his new album Long Trax 2, which continues the habit of mixing samples from the likes of Barack Obama with meditative, melancholy pads and beats. Sallow / Pine is one of three 12” versions of the album’s material, featuring two cuts in fully DJ-ready format. On Smalltown Supersound.
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Will Long & DJ Sprinkles
Purple / Blue (Long Trax EP 1)

Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings label is rolling out a three-part series of releases from Will Long, a fellow deep house technician. Purple / Blue (Long Trax EP 1) has two tracks from Long (aka Celer), as well as two overdubs by Thaemlitz themselves, under their DJ Sprinkles alias. Everything here is borne of a long-term engagement with house music and its implications, and these 2 12”s will be crucial for all Thaemlitz followers.

Will Saul
Bugs

Aus Music boss Will Saul has been more interested in collaborating in recent years, with Bugs representing his first solo release in almost half a decade. It seems like Saul is making up for lost time with this one - the title track doesn’t take long shifting from a pretty twinkling keyboard intro into a very tough, very pleasing house roller. We’ve also go a second tune and a remix from Matt Karmil on this one.
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WOLF DEM
Hydrophobia

The anarchic nature of Philly duo WOLF DEM is no more apparent than on Hydrophobia. Pushing the boundaries of techno (and in fact anything else out there at the moment) the four-track collection is characterised by schizophrenic computer software - malfunctioning and convulsing in every direction.
  • Vinyl 12" (GRCR-011)
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Wolf Eyes
Dread

American experimentalists Wolf Eyes add a distinctly Detroit twist to electronics, dub and punk. The band are one-of-a-kind but count Suicide and Cabaret Voltaire among their inspirations. Dread has been out of print for the best part of twenty years making it a sought-after lost classic, albeit a bloody weird one. LP and CD on Lower Floor Music.

Wolfmother
Victorious

Australian hard-rockers Wolfmother return with another slab of classic-style riff-storms. A perfectly executed exercise in 70’s style sound, complete with high, histrionic vocals. Victorious has been given a shiny coat of polish by big rock producer Brendan O’Brien, so it sounds just right. On Universal.

WomenSaid
Magick!

Dense and groovy from Glasgow's Optimo Music. WomenSaid are another member of the city's thriving underground and scene and a very good one at that. Two basses and a whole bunch of electronic doom and gloom makes for a oddly gleeful gut punch of a record. They weren't lying when they called it Magick!

Woods
Live at Third Man Records

Woods are a reliably American band who’ve been mixing folk and soul and funk and indie for a decade now. This particular release documents what happened when Woods played a live set at Jack White’s Third Man Records, recorded in meticulous analogue detail on audio-lover White’s special equipment.

Workdub
Subterranean (1989-1995)

Workdub were a group from St. Louis who mostly kept to themselves, crafting slightly unusual electronics in their basement. Subterranean (1989 - 1995) collects highlight tracks from the specified period, with cuts taken from from the group’s various albums. Dubbed-out spaced electronics that share the best characteristics of their era while not succumbing to cliche. On Left Ear Records.
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X-Altera
X-Altera

Tadd Mullinix is a man seemingly incapable of settling on a name. Despite releasing under a range of aliases (Dabrye, Charles Manier) and being involved with plenty of groups down the years, the nominative glutton has gone and gobbled up yet another new moniker. X-Altera, it would appear, will provide an outlet for Mullinix’s more ratchet tendencies. The project’s eponymous debut LP is a lit combo of IDM, jungle, breaks and hard techno that, despite Mullinix hailing from Michigan, mines the rich seam of the UK hardcore continuum. Out via Ghostly International.

Xenoula
Xenoula

The natural environment has long been a source of inspiration for all kinds of composers and producers. Xenoula sits firmly in this sphere, coaxing atmosphere from her surroundings and incorporating them into her mysterious, electronic pop tunes. Sounding like Lamb and early Aphex with a modern twist, it's pretty lush.

Yaws
DOUBT

Debut release from producer Yaws: in fact DOUBT is also the debut release for the label, Purely Physical. These 4 tracks seem somewhat informed by the slightly-too-slow sounds of Andy Stott, except that Yaws pulls back slightly on the delay / decay front. Meaty, textural club sounds all the same. Edition of 300 12”s.
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Yerba Mansa
Yerba Mansa

Crashing into action with a flurry of distorted guitars and schizophrenic drums is s/t - the contorted stab from Manchester's noisy outfit, Yerba Mansa. Hearing the group live is a must, but hearing this collection of anarchic expeditions is the next best thing. Sizzling, stifling and ever so slightly ear-scraping - this is a must for any lover of untamed guitars.
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Young Moon
Colt

This new music from Young Moon looked at one point like it might never come into being, after the relationship the initial 2012 debut was rooted in fell apart. But some new blood in the band (Syam Zapalowski) got things moving again, and the moody confessional songs of Colt were born. Out on Western Vinyl.

Young Widows
Decayed: Ten Years of Cites, Wounds, Lightness, and Pain

This 15-track collection charts the first decade of Young Widow's career, and mines their vast catalogue of singles, b-sides, splits and rare songs, including four previously unreleased tracks. This record maps out the band's evolution form post-hardcore to pos-punk monsters, their genre-hopping and mastery of technique attesting to their longevity. 

Youth of America
Night of the Comet / Navigator

Those Trembling Bells are a prolific and eclectic bunch eh? Youth Of America is a new, US power-pop inspired project from the Bells’ Simon Shaw, and the whole rest of the band join him on Night Of The Comet / Navigator, a lovely poppy slice of American homage. 7” single on The Great Pop Supplement, 400 copies out there.
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YPY
2020

YPY is the production project of Osaka artist Koshiro Hino, working with what I’m going to call electronic music, although that term doesn’t explain much of what is going on here. 2020 is full of drum machine rhythms and synth fragments, but the rhythms don’t necessarily move like you’d expect them to and the tracks are prone to collapsing into overwhelming density. Texture is the name of the game! Edition of 300 LPs on Where To Now?
  • Vinyl LP (WTNLP06)
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Zen Mantra
Zen Mantra

Zen Mantra, aka Sam Perry, produces his own songs from his bedroom studio, managing to achieve the perfect level of dreaminess that allows simple indie-pop songs to elevate the listener to some higher plane. Operating out of New Zealand, young Sam has now joined the roster of Flying Nun, ensuring dream-pop fame. LP release.

Ziúr
U Feel Anything?

From the always reliable Planet Mu comes U Feel Anything by Ziúr. Emerging from a new wave of Berlin techno producers, Ziúr is forging a new and exciting sound. Ziúr is very much at the heart of this new wave and is the founder and resident DJ of Boo-Hoo, a club night of underground dance music. A character who lives on the fringes, Ziúr’s music is as new and fresh as the DJ who made it.  

Zomby
Ultra

It's Zomby. His music is very good -- there hasn't been a full LP since the vignette masterpiece With Love but here's Ultra, a record that promises knockout collaborations with artists including HKE, Rezzett and dubstep whisperer Burial. Crystal-clear productions, no doubt.

Zomby
GASP!

Hot on the heels of his impressive 'Ultra' album this three tracker from Zomby explores a more hardware driven sound, eschewing saturation and overdubbing in lieu of a relentless barrage of breaks and beats that is said to fit somewhere between a darkened dance floor and a chugging factory. We think we know what he means. 

Zwischenfall
Heute

Vintage Belgian electro action in the style that the Dark Entries label loves so dearly. Zwischenfall recorded and released the Heute EP in 1983, although two tracks heard here have never been pressed to vinyl before. Reissued by Dark Entries in a replica of the original sleeve along with a 6-page booklet of tasty lyrics and photos.

Ø [Phase]
Boundary Interactions

The tautologically named Ø [Phase] returns to Token for a 12" of progressive and long form techno. B-side and title track 'Boundary Interactions' storms over the 17 minute mark with a tension balancing tight rope walk that sustains it for its length. Anxiety and relief on two sides of wax.

​Object Collection
Prisons For Profit

Object Collection are a Brooklyn-based ensemble who bring experimental operatic approaches to the live archives of Fugazi, creating intense and beguiling pieces out of incidental recorded words and sounds (but not any of the songs). Prisons For Profit is a handsome 7” single containing a track from the ensemble’s album and two additional exclusive tracks.
  • Vinyl 7" (SLP041)
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