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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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Bleep Bloop
The Fifth Pupil EP

The new EP from Bleep Bloop features three fresh new cuts that chuck chunky blasts of sound around with the flair and thrill of vintage Ninja Tune experimental hip-hop tracks, Except that Bleep Bloop is all hopped-up on muscular bass music as well. Watch out for the intensive drill & bass track too. The Fifth Pupil is rounded out with a remix of ‘Angry’. On Liquid Amber.

Blessed Initiative
Blessed Initiative

Deep work here from the classically trained Yair Elazar Glotman aka Blessed Initiative. This record is a piece of sound art composition built out of foley recordings, micro-tonal instrumental textures, tape manipulations and much more besides, resulting in a work that constantly twists and turns around the listener’s skull. Released by Subtext.

Blossoms
Cool Like You

Just look at the sleeve? Wouldn't you just want to hang out with those guys? They are like Embrace but with cool lights. Well last time round Blossoms knack of writing catchy post Oasis anthems and adding enough 80s production to get local radio programmers everywhere putting away their Howard Jones LPs was a winning formula.  Now it's that 'difficult' second album. They have a great car. They'll be ok. 

Blue Hour
Unearthed

A self-released 12” from the man born Luke Standing. Unearthed is as you’d expect from someone who once found shelter under the awning of Ostgut Ton. Both sides of the record bang relentlessly at around the 130-mark, both feature loops of skittering tuned percussion, and both will be a fine addition to any capable DJ’s satchel.
  • Vinyl 12" (BLUEHOUR007)
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Bluntman Deejay
Esoteric (Real) EP

All Caps have finally repressed Bluntman Deejay’s Esoteric (Real) EP. Within this vinyl 12” you’ll find weirdo outsider house, percussive electronica and psychedelic beats all wrapped up nicely. This is hard to classify, soulful dance music. This beautiful and minimal EP is also very limited, so you only get one.
  • Vinyl 12" (AC005)
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  • Limited edition

Body Boys
H

Sounds recorded sometime in the past of the Body Boys’ recording career. H is the project’s first release on Civilised Life, and comes fully-loaded with five cuts of explorative electronics that toy around with a little bit of ambience (e.g. the title track and ‘Imprint’) as well as jumpy club steppers. 12” EP on Civilised Life with hand-stamped covers.
  • Vinyl 12" (CL001)
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Bonga
Angola 74

This ten track release from Bonga is entitled Angola 74. A combination of 'must have' African music and available, for the first time, alongside it's sister record (Angola 72), on reissued vinyl LP on Lusafrica. Both records come paired with their original artwork as they were in 1972 and 1974. A must have for avid collectors. 

Bonny Billy
More Revery

More Revery is a lesser-known 2000-era Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy album, which found him stowing his band away to cover an array of favourite songs. All sorts of genres are drawn in and made Bonnie: PJ Harvey, Tim McGraw and Bill Withers are all represented here. This rare collection is now available on vinyl from Temporary Residence.

Boothroyd
Pure Country Remixes

Mancunian electronic artist Peter Boothroyd, known simply as Boothroyd as released a 12” comprising of a bunch of remixes from his debut album via Fnord Communications Inc. Pure Country EP contains 3 alternative mixes of Pure Country and no country music. Boothroyd has previously worked with the 1-800-Dinosaur crew and Rinse.
  • Vinyl 12" (FNORDROYD001)
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Bradford
Thirty Years Of Shouting Quietly

Bradford were a band from Blackburn (I know, it's confusing) who were once saddled with the 'new Smiths' tag that plenty of 80's bands had to endure. Sadly for Bradford the collapse of Rough Trade and the emergence of the more uplifting 'Madchester' scene did for their brand of mopey jangle. Oh yeah they also had a song called 'In Liverpool' just so they could squeeze another northern city into their history.     

Breathe Panel
Breathe Panel

I'm very much enjoying the palm tree on the front of this debut album by this Southern Rail linked (ie London and Brighton) band.  The palm suggests that they have the sort of summery sound of the more stretched out and maybe they do but their songs are bold and skyscraping perhaps bringing to mind the wide open spaces of the National. 

British Sea Power
Let The Dancers Inherit The Party

Although their unique way with live performance and semi-bonkers ideas might suggest otherwise, British Sea Power's music is often very standard stadium leaning rock and they continue this trend on this their first new material in four years. Full of intelligent songs the clunkily titled Let the Dance's Inherit the Party features the usual wide range of subject manner pinned on to blustery '80s inspired pop/rock. 

Brockmann // Bargmann
Licht

'Licht' comes as a somewhat refreshing concept in the world of improvisation. The album eschews the skronk and scree one might expect and instead carves out arcs of colour and expression you might expect from a technicolour psyche dance troupe. Totally entertaining, delightfully restless and unpredictable.

Bruce
I’m Alright Mate / Post Rave Wrestle

Man-named producerman Bruce ups the manliness with a heavy dose of masculinity rivalled only by Bicep for his latest 12" on Timedance. Despite the fact that both tracks are named after testosterone-fuelled sayings and frivolities, they aren't actually bro house - 'I'm Alright Mate' tracks a path through glitchy searing noises in order to make that sweet pumping techno music.

Brücken / Froese
Beginn

Beginn is new music from the new collaboration of Propaganda vocalist Claudia Brücken and Jerome Froese, the son of Edgar Froese and an active member of the Tangerine Dream dynasty in his own right. The pair manage to cut together a compelling mixture of electro-pop and electro-space music, that ought to be enjoyed by fans of either artist. CD and double LP edition on SFE.

Bruno Pronsato
US Drag

Bruno Pronsato returns to full-length album making after six years, presenting a direct and powerful set of electronic compositions that tap into unusual tuning systems and tuned percussions. Angus Andrew from Liars features on one track, bringing an aspect of Pronsato’s punk rock past into the orbit of his electronic work. US Drag is out on Foom.
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Buffalo Tom
Roman Cars

Boston flannel lovers Buffalo Tom, release a second 7" from their recent 'Quiet & Peace' LP. This one is a Japanese import on Formosa Punk records and there's only 300 of the buggers. You'll want it because there's an exclusive track on the B side which you won't be able to get anywhere else.  
  • Vinyl 7" (Shade 023)
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  • Limited edition

Buttechno
ZCAPRI

Buttechno is such a cool name, although I did originally read the press release as 'a faint rumble is heard from behind the horizon Buttechno cheeks'. It's a fart joke if you haven't already gathered, *one person slowly claps*. ZCAPRI is released on a four-track 12" vinyl, on Zodiac 44. This is the seventh of twelve releases from Buttechno. 

Byul.org
Selected Tracks For Nacht Damonen

This compilations acts as a sort of peak under the sheets of the underground Korean music scene. A collection of works from a collective from Seoul called Byul.org. Compiled by the collective’s director TaeSang Cho and Markus Acher of The Notwist the music itself ranges from minimal and abstract sound art to synth pop and electro. A fantastic look at the DIY culture still at large under everyone’s feet.

C Duncan
Wanted To Want It Too

After gaining a Mercury prize nomination and a boat load more production skills with his debut album, C Duncan, returns with a new single. It’s a huge washy and glorious synth-ballad. Straight shooting drums and walking bass line with almost orchestral synth arrangements, and his layered voice floating around somewhere in the middle.

C. Diab
No Perfect Wave

No Perfect Wave is a stunning tonal mix of bowed guitars and tape manipulation that creates waves of shifting drones that are melancholic yet beautifully uplifting, no tension, just resolve. Arthur Russell, Colin Stetson, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor but if they spent the week with Sigur Ros, you know, to cheer them up a bit.

Cabbage
The Extended Play of Cruelty

Following on from their long sold out Record Store Day collection of early singles and *that* horrific assault allegation, Manchester lad punk outfit Cabbage return with a five track EP of their increasingly popular indie rock. Now signed to Infectious it looks like we are now in for the long haul. 

Caliban
Digital Reggae

Music From Memory continue to position themselves as heirs to the Soul Jazz throne with another excellent reissue. Caliban’s only single was cut in 1984 as a response to lack of black cultural artefacts included in the first payload from the U.S. space station. That said, the combination of dancehall and funk stylings means ‘Digital Reggae’ is one of the slinkiest protest songs you’ll hear. The vinyl includes a new remix and the groovy, Stevie Wonder-influenced 'Supernatural Magic'.

Capital Letters
Judgement Day

Fresh British reggae from Capital Letters. They are preparing a whole album for your pleasure, but for now you’ll have to satisfy yourself with this preview single, Judgement Day. As well as the rootsy reggae tune itself, you’ve also got some old-style dub versions of the tune to feast on. 12” on Sugar Shack.
  • Vinyl 12" (FOD116V)
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Carmen Villain
Infinite Avenue

Carmen Villain’s first album since 2013’s Sleeper looks likely to find the singer moving into ever-more expansive sonic territory. This move was threatened by Infinite Avenue’s light-as-gossamer first single ‘Planetarium’, a track that sounded like Radiohead’s ‘Sail to the Moon’ being covered by Grouper. If that song and the follow-up ‘Red Desert’ are anything to go by, Infinite Avenue will be a record of cerebral drones and quietly confident songwriting. Jenny Hval guests on ‘Borders’.

Casio Royale
In Basements Vol. 2

Casio Royale takes another trip down to Dixon Avenue Basement, where it sounds like a killer party is going down. Gorgeously squelchy acid synths and thick, thick bass ensure that a good time is had by all (apart from maybe Tories: take a look at the B2 track title…). In Basements Vol. 2 is out on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams.
  • Vinyl 12" (DABJ-1218)
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CCFX
The Remixes

After their The Cure-to-a-baggy-beat debut EP dropped back in 2017, CCFX (a CC Dust/Trans FX collaboration) return to the scene of the crime to serve up four versions of tunes from their eponymous debut. The Remixes, it must be said, is an occasion where the re-rubs are far superior to the originals. The first two are these nice mixes of jungle, shoegaze and ambient music that have a bit of The Orb about them, while the latter pair are big-beat synthwave.

Ceaser Frazier
Hail Ceaser!

Hail Ceaser! by Ceaser Frazier (yes, the 'a' and the 'e' are meant to be that way round) is one of those early-70s soul jazz records that collectors go ape for. Having regularly fetched three-figure sums on the vinyl black market since its release in 1972, it now gets the reissue treatment from Tidal Waves Music, a label that has also repressed rarities by Nina Simone and Manu Dibango. The six tracks here, all led by Frazier’s hot-fingered Hammond playing, are funkier than a mosquito’s tweeter.

CECILIA
Adoration

A haunting, exhilarating debut album from Rome-born, Montreal-based artist Mélissa Gagné, aka CECILIA. Venturing into trip-hop, atmospheric ambient and film score music, this record sees CECILIA singing in English, French and Italian, her diaristic approach to writing underpinning the absorbing melancholia of gentle synths and improvised guitars. 

Chain & The Gang
Live at Third Man Records

This is the first live document of Chain and the Gang the latest product of the world's most entertaining front man Ian Svenonius (Nation of Ulysses, The Make-Up etc). The album perfectly captures the soulful racketeering of his latest band and the raucous social/political commentary of his vocals.   

Chastity
Chains

Popping up again after February’s Peroxide 7”, here’s a quick, propulsive EP of angst-ridden post-punk from Whitby, Ontario resident Brandon Williams, or Chastity. Brickwalled and intense, to these ears Chains comes out sounding quite a lot like the peculiar and anachronistic notion of Nirvana covering Deftones.

Chastity
Death Lust

A re-issue of demos on Brooklyn label Captured Tracks has fuelled a burgeoning interest in Canadian punks Chastity. Support slots with Priests, Fucked Up, Metz and Chelsea Wolfe have only made people more excited about their debut LP Death Lust. The album revolves around the concept that the pain of living knowing we’re going to die is tempered by the ability to cope with that knowledge. LP and CD on Captured Tracks.

Chekov
Rotlicht

Third release from new label Peach Discs features a debut from a new producer based in Leeds. Chekov leans to the caustic edge of techno, with opener Bierce cracking your skull straight open with heavily distorted, well, everything. Violent kicks and overly pushed electronic screams. The remaining two may pull it back a little but you are left in an industrial world surrounded by menacing machinery.
  • Vinyl 12" (PEACH003)
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Chemtrails
Calf of the Sacred Cow

Debut full-length LP from London-based quintet Chemtrails. Lo-fi reverb-y dream pop with lashings of surf and psychedelia influences, and lyrical content exploring frontwoman Mia Lust’s experiences of coming out and living as a trans woman. Recommended for fans of the likes of Foxygen. Out on PNKSLM.

Chevron
Memory Disks Volume One

Blackpool’s Jonathan Valentine aka Chevron is back with a populous nine-track EP of cheeky wonk for Shipwrec. Bubbling acid, mosquito electro leads, wonderful gurgling bass, drill & bass rhythms, acapella samples, all present and accounted for. Special mentions go to the bass in ‘Diamond’ and the overall sound of ‘Planet Tingler’, which sounds like something you’d hear in a 1980s games arcade.

Chris Brann
Deep Fall

A seminal '90s deep house record gets reissued here by its original home of Peacefrog (Moodymann, Little Dragon). By 1997 Chris Brann had already received acclaim for his work as one third of Wamdue Kids, but Deep Fall sees the producer finding his own way and his own sound. The nine tracks here are the deepest of the deep, with mellow synth pads and sultry vocals keeping watch over rigid, slightly tech-house-flavoured drum tracking.
  • Vinyl Double LP (PF071)
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Chris Orrick
Portraits

Michigan native Chris Orrick, formerly known as Red Pill, is known for his searing documentation of decay, family troubles, industrialisation and addiction. His latest album, 'Portraits', is a savage criticism of Trump's America, Orrick's melancholic piano-led balladry lending a particular kind of poignancy. 
  • Vinyl LP (MMG001051)
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Christina Vantzou
No. 4

This latest LP from Christina Vantzou is a bit of a love-in. Getting together with Angel Deradoorian, Forma's John Also Bennett, Clarice Jensen and a fair few others, the Belgian composer allowed her collaborators to add or delete parts at will. Surprisingly, the record doesn’t feel cluttered, coming across more as the work of a hive-mind operating under Vantzou’s guiding hand. Tracks like ‘Some Limited And Waning Memory’, for instance, are full of the ambient minimalism and open spaces that characterised her three previous albums.

Christophe Charles + Kozo Inada
i[]

Christophe Charles, a French sound artist with installations and releases across a number of notable institutions (e.g. Mille Plateaux) joins forces with Kozo Inada, a Japanese sound artist who has collaborated with Merzbow. Collaborative album i[] is a set of four tightly minimal pieces that trace out a rarified space. Vinyl release from Ge-stell.

Chrome
Techromancy

Techromancy is the latest release from the post-punk visionaries Chrome. The release brings back driving rhythms and metallic riffs that fuse together with their forty-year old sound that has seen many line up changes. A hard hitting mix of space-rock, psychedelic and post-punk that is available on Vinyl LP and CD.  
  • Vinyl LP (889466050015)
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Chunky
Threats EP

Notoriously brief UK techno label Swamp81 put out another 12 from MC Chunky (Hank Del Chunkus to his friends) under their sublabel 81. Didn't even realise swamp needed a sublabel. This time round things get nice and shuffly with garage and grime elements, basslines leaning towards that throbbing dubstep sound and if that wasn't enough, it's bundled with a bonus 2 track 7". One hundred trillion dollars.
  • Vinyl 12" (PMAWS011)
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Chupa Cabra / No Friendz
Split

Two bands from different parts of the UK, meeting together in the bustling vivid South London scene: these bands involve members of such other groups as Moonlandingz and Fat White Family. Five tracks for Chupa Cabra and six for No Friendz on this here split LP: plenty to get involved with, whether you know either, both or neither of the bands already. On Trashmouth Records.

Ciel
Electrical Encounters

Ciel's production work on Electrical Encounters is clean and fresh, bobbing along with skippy pace and swathed in retro synths and drum machine rhythms. As the tracks build, the ebb of the electronics passes in and out of prominence in a wonderfully hypnotic arc. Wonderfully colourful and definitely danceable.

Circling Vultures
Circling Vultures

Whenever you see a release by L.I.E.S., you know it’s going to be a piece of hard-hitting techno. Circling Vultures deliver nothing less, and this self-titled 12” is sure to blow up your speakers if you turn it up as loud as you want to. Heavy 808 beats combine well with paranoid bass lines, and the occasional dark pad to lighten things up. Highly recommended for your next warehouse/late-night/underwater rave.
  • Vinyl 12" (LIES-030.5)
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Circling Vultures
Game of Chance

This four track EP is the follow up record by Circling Vultures called Game of Chance. Described as 'psychedelic machine music', this mini album is definitely one to add to your collection. A proper underground mix of club tunes that will make the impending apocalypse seem a little more real. Available on vinyl 12" and released on L.I.E.S. 

CJ Mirra
STATIC (Original Surf Soundtracks, Vol. 1)

CJ Mirra makes surf music for those crazy enough to take to the water in cold climates such as Iceland, Scotland, The Faroe Islands and Ireland. By mixing ethereal sounds, lo-fi guitar work and dynamic neo-classical compositions on STATIC (Original Surf Soundtrack Vol. 1) he captures the rough and tumble of life in the cold, cold water. LP on The State51 Conspiracy.

Claro Intelecto
Exhilarator

His first album for quite some time, Claro Intelecto’s Exhilarator is less linear in style than previous offerings. Those who loved the calm, melodic dub of the Mancunian’s early work such as Metanarrative will still find moments here that resemble it. But these thirteen tracks make time for other references as well; there are even tinges of IDM. Check that bass on ‘Guardian Angel’ that sounds like a carpenter sawing wood, or the percussion writhing beneath mournful leads on ‘Slither - The Way Home’. Solid production, as ever.
  • Vinyl Triple LP (127DSR)
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Classixx
Faraway Reach

In approaching their second album Classixx wanted to feature numerous vocalists with varying styles and make themselves the constant that tied them together, so the aptly titled Faraway Reach features How To Dress Well, T-Pain, Passion Pit, De Lux, Alex Frankel, Isles, Nonku, Harriet Brown and Panama taking turns. All bringing something different to Classixx’s summer filled dance music. Pool party ready.

Clay Rendering
We Are Aware

Next up on Sir Prurient's Hospital Productions label is one from duo Clay Rendering, aka Wolf Eyes alum Mike Connelly alongside artist Tara Connelly. Their music sounds like extreme music being reduced into a dreamt-up ambience, blurred together but never cut of its melodies or extremities. We Are Aware is a 12" that mixes black metal and shoegaze but not in the Deafheaven way. There's a b-side of dejected coldwave to go with it.
  • Vinyl 12" (HOS-463)
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Clay Wilson
Osho EP

Clay Wilson’s Osho lands on The Bunker New York with great gusto, delivering total power-groove to the dancefloor. And the 12” doesn’t let up either, following Osho with three more Osho’s, courtesy of Derek Plaslaiko, who goes Oogly Boogly, Jason Loveland, who gives a Twisted Interpretation, and rrao, who edits. Strong stuff. 12” vinyl.
  • Vinyl 12" (BK 030)
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Cloud One
Doin' It All Night

Very nice business here: a vintage New York label is having some of its very vine, very rare music excavated from obscurity for modern-day reissue. Doin’ It All Night / Dust To Dust is a wonderful pair of disco-funk joy-bubbles, produced in 1979 by Cloud One, aka Peter Brown and Patrick Adams. 12” reissue from Queen Constance Records.
  • Vinyl 12" (LP4545)
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Cobra Man
New Driveway Soundtrack

Cobra Man is a project dedicated to open-heartedly embracing all the most 80’s tropes of the 80’s. Their debut album New Driveway Soundtrack is inspired by skate culture and skateboarding videos, and is packed with chunky funky italo-disco DIY-punk synth-pop fun times. Gnarly. Out on Goner Records.

Coldcut x On-U Sound
Kajra

Ninja Tune founders Coldcut continue their collaborative efforts with prolific remixer and dub maestro On-U Sound (Adrian Sherwood). Alongside reworking Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and Roots Manuva they bring four tracks of reworks of the Bollywood classic tune Kajra Mohabbat Wala. 10” on Ahead Of Our Time.

Collin Gorman Weiland
Issue No. Twenty-One

After releases on Downwards and Neverender, Collin Gorman Weiland releases this limited pressing EP on Jealous God. Issue No. Twenty-One is a caustic, noisy, and rhythmic beast. Nasty analogue sequences scrape into life with an hypnotic and almost nauseating effect, shifting from twisted 80’s techno soundtrack to noise piece a slow distorted voice murmurs in the background. Disconcerting? Yes.
  • Vinyl 12" (JG021)
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COMBAT!
COMBAT!

Whilst fundamentally a guitarist, Los Angeles based Mark Nieto delves way deeper into electronic experiments, think Denis Jones stepping into Four Tet or Gold Panda territory, with warm organic percussion and intricate found sound beats. Especially with tunes like Jacaranda, which are catchy as hell.

Compa
Not a Kick

Soundsystem upstart Compa takes time out from running his own CPA Records to return to Deep Medi with another firebrand set. The three tracks of Not A Kick are a neat demonstration of what the producer does best. Wedding grime drum programming with meditative bassweight and the sort of paranoid atmospherics of a Swamp81 drop, Compa makes it all sound effortless here.

Conan
Man Is Myth (Early Demos)

Liverpool’s Conan are one of the most consistently uncompromising doom bands to emerge in recent years. The trio’s austere brand of heaviness is in the Sleep tradition,with the battle fetish of High On Fire. In the wake of last year’s third album Revengeance, this compilation collects 2009 rehearsal recordings and studio material from 2012.

Contrepoison
Discography 2010 - 2012

If you’re into Posh Isolation and Sacred Bones type stuff, you will dig the gnarliness within on this collection that brings together all of Pierre Marc-Tremblay’s Contrepoison releases between 2010 and 2012. The record features, among many other things, tracks from a split that he did with Vatican Shadow (aka Dominick Fernow, head of Hospital Recordings).

Copy
Chosen Atmospheric Pieces

Portland based producer Marius Libman’s Copy project is a slow builder, with large gaps between releases he re-approaches his writing technique to develop his electronica which is steeped in chiptune cheekiness. A break away from the playful 8-bit tones of his previous releases, while the forms are still present, Chosen Atmospheric Pieces plays to a darker brooding side with a dancefloor focus.
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Corin Ashley
Broken Biscuits

Former member of The Pills and touring member of The Cardinals, Corin Ashley had started working on Broken Bisquits when he suffered a severe stroke. After a year he managed to bring himself back from partial paralysis and finish it. A heady mix of The Beatles, power pop and psychedelia. Features a duet with Tanya Donnelly of Throwing Muses.

Cornelius
Mellow Waves

Been awhile since we heard from Cornelius but this album of his smooth, exploratory pop has been knocking about the office for some time and we can confirm that it's pretty good. His part cover here of Prefab Sprout's 'Appetite' points the way on an an album of intricate, soft and masterful compositions  
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Cottam
Cottam EP 2

This Cottam EP 2 was one of the very first releases by Cottam back in 2009, and the Preston producer has decided that the time is right to get these 2 fine club tracks out in the world again. Untitled slices of groovy deep house bound to see you right with their buoyant feel and smooth surfaces. 12” repress on Cottam’s own label.

Cough
Still They Pray

Cough provide no-nonsense psychedelic doom, cutting straight to the chase with monolithic tar-black riffs. The howled vocals sound good and desolate too: it's no surprise that members of Electric Wizard and Windhand were involved in its creation. Still They Pray, the group’s first album in half a decade, is released by Relapse.

Courtney Marie Andrews
Honest Life

After a few years out the spotlight to live an honest life in Washington state, Courtney Marie Andrews returns with … Honest Life. A record in the finest heartland rock tradition, her kiss-off tales of love and loneliness take flight in a voice that hits a sweet spot between Joni Mitchell, Angel Olsen and Bonnie Tyler. 

Craig Armstrong & Scott Fraser
Rosa Morta

Rosa Morta, a new vinyl version of the 2016 album by Craig Armstrong & Scott Fraser previously only out as a CD. The duo deliberately constricted themselves to electronics rather than acoustic strings for the recording, with electric bass and piano adding punch and range. The tracks have a sense of immediacy and improvisation; each was worked on for a day with no fussing. A stripped-down approach to which listeners can relate.
  • Vinyl LP (CMAR01LP)
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Craig Brown Band
Overthinking

Craig Brown is a Detroit institution, so it could only ever have been a matter of time before he turned up on Jack White’s hardy Third Man Records. Overthinking is a slice of Brown-sound, recorded with his band, that recalls Neil Young-style country. Locals will lap it up, but this single has something to give every listener. 7” on Third Man.
  • Vinyl 7" (TMR-416)
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Cristobal And The Sea
Exitoca

The press release talks of this album taking the listener into an "alternate reality where humans care for each other and the environment". So either buy this album or vote for a Labour government to make that a reality.  They use things like Brazilian pop and Syrian musical influences to concoct their form of 'exotica' - an escapist reality far away from the nightmares of Brexit. 
  • Vinyl LP (SLANG50118LT)
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  • Limited edition
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Crucifix
Crucifix

Reissue of anarcho-punks Crucifix’s long out of print self-titled debut EP. Originally released in 1981 on Universal, in their 5 year existence they became notorious for their blend of d-beat and hardcore punk filled with youthful angst driven by political rage. For fans of Discharge, Crass et al. LP on Kustomized.

Crystal Castles
Amnesty (I)

Synthsperts Crystal Castles detail their first record in a hot minute, and their first since Alice Glass departed the band. Their gothic new wave sound gets a lil' bit of a fresh start as they close the chapter on their album trilogy with a new one that, judging by "CHAR", is just as hyperactive, seemingly marrying the coldness of their sound with fluorescent pop ideas.

CVX
Zibaldone III Of CVX

The third instalment of Rupert Clervaux’s Zibaldone Of CVX series is a collection of ‘multi-angle audio mosaics’ from the London-via-Mallorca sound artist. While Zibaldone III may initially seem obtuse and hostile, if you persevere you’ll stumble on some rather profound stuff. Synthesising snippets of spoken text - poetry, radio broadcasts, lectures, you name it - with everything from lo-fi techno to closing-time piano jazz, CVX has made an oddly compelling work here. Imagine Karlheinz Stockhausen if he’d ever hooked up with Jan Jelinek.

Cye Wood & Lisa Gerrard
The Trail Of Genghis Khan

Lisa Gerrard (of Dead Can Dance) and Cye Wood collaborated on this music as an accompaniment to the film The Trail Of Genghis Khan, a film about Mongolia seen through the perspective of an Australian man. Strings and voice build up the backbone of this record, creating sparsely beautiful atmospheres. Vinyl release on the splendidly named Infinite Fog label.

D'Marc Cantu / Black Meteoric Star
Split Concept

Traxx’s Nation label is always a sure thing when it comes to odd variations on the blueprint of rugged hardware house music, and the pairing of D’Marc Cantu and Black Meteoric Star on this split release is a prime example. Cantu is actually in a relatively restrained mode here, burrowing into meditative arpeggios and scuffed beatdowns on “RDDS”, while Black Meteoric Star creates a jarring but alluring minimal wave abstraction on the live version of “Me And My Rhythm Box”.
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D.K.
Distant Images

Antinote’s resident house music romancer D.K. is back with a new five track EP that furthers his smooth and sexy drift into 80s tinged splendour, where the island breeze is gentle and the sun sets slow. This is fantasy music for true dreamers, with synth voices that ring out clear and true to tug at the heartstrings and ping you into an opulent linen-suit fantasy all at once.
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D.K. / S.K.
D.K. / S.K.

Jonny Nash’s Melody As Truth label is the perfect home for this luxuriant trip through sophisticated ambience from certified smooth operators D.K. and Suzanne Kraft. The honey-coated tones oozing out of the six tracks on this EP land somewhere between tender Balearic introspection and 80s synth-noir soundscapes, like Michael Mann directing a Mediterranean beach holiday.

Dabrye
One / Three

Ghostly International serve up a remastered version of Dabrye’s seminal 2001 One/Three to drop concurrently with the producer’s new LP Three/Three. Often cited as one of the most important beat-tapes of the early millennium, One/Three offers so much more than mere Dilla tributes. Todd Mullinix’s background in IDM and jungle means he pays great attention to detail on the ten tracks here, while the sounds of the producer’s native Michigan get a bit of grit in One/Three’s eye.

Dale Crover
The Fickle Finger Of Fate

Dale Crover is, of course, one of the core members of sludge legends Melvins, and as such has about a thousand releases to his name. But The Fickle Finger Of Fate is the first time, in all those decades of music-making, that Dale has released a full-length solo album! This rare treat mixes surprising catchiness with more disorientating weirdness, making for a wonderful whole. Perfect for Melvins fans, but maybe also for non-Melvins fans… Out on Joyful Noise.

Dams Of The West
Youngish American

Dams Of The West is in fact a solo project of Chris Tomson, better known as the drummer for none other than Vampire Weekend. Youngish American avoids the pitfalls of ‘drummer solo album’ very deftly, being a sweet suite of soulful pop music helmed by Tomson’s cool vocals. Youngish American is released by Colombia.

Daniel Gadd
As If In A Dream I Drifted At Sea

Debut from British-South African singer/songwriter Daniel Gadd. Sensitive and skillful guitar playing, with eight storytelling/poetic songs which nod to his influences, Bob Dylan and early Leonard Cohen. Gadd has worked on composing for film and television as well as solo songwriting. The songs feel warm and welcoming, as well as introspective. CD on 107 Recordings.
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Daniel Rossen
Deerslayer


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Daniel W J Mackenzie
Glass Permanent

Daniel W J Mackenzie (also known as Ekca Liena) is a cornerstone of the Brighton underground scene, organising and performing in stacks of different contexts, including hardy drone perennials Plurals. Glass Permanent is a full-length suite of minimal drone composition, with prominent piano ceding to processed sound-washes. 200 hand-made copies on Sound In Silence.

Danny Elfman
Justice League (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

For his soundtrack to all-star DC superhero mashup Justice League, Danny Elfman has taken an appropriate approach: classic themes from those superheroes’ previous classic films have been reworked into the new score. Plus a few covers (e.g. Leonard Cohen by Sigrid) and a White Stripes song. Double LP release from Watertower Music.
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Daphni
Hey Drum / The Truth

Daphni (AKA Caribou, Dan Snaith) returns to his own Jiaolong label with two tracks of club ready banging house. Taken from his recent fabriclive mix, Hey Drum is a minimal percussion groove centred around simply vocal line, building up to chord stabs, before dropping straight back down. The Truth is a little more feverish, with a clear upbeat pace.

Dario Dell'Aere
Eagles In The Night

Dario Dell’Aere’s voice sounds like an old American-Soul crooner, but comes backed with full-blast 1985 Italo disco backing on Eagles In The Night. It’s a groovy time and no mistake. The 12”, remastered of course, is housed in a replica sleeve along with a postcard insert. On Dark Entries.
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Datenight
Bad Times / Not Myself

Garage punks Datenight are must see live act, their energy and anthemic, shouty choruses make for a great gig and compulsory audience participation. Their version of punk nods in the direction of New Zealanders, Toy Love and fellow Americans, The Oblivians. Bad Times b/w Not Myself was recorded live at Third Man Records.
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David Kitt
Still Don’t Know

Irish singer/songwriter David Kitt returns with Yous, his first album in nine years. The release is preceded by this 10” single Still Don’t Know. In the intervening years following his last album, 2009’s The Nightsaver, David Kitt has been a member of Tindersticks live band and worked as an electronic DJ and producer under the name New Jackson, which, along with some well curated DJ sets saw him remixing The xx and Shit Robot. All this dabbling has undoubtedly influenced his latest work.

Dawn People
The Star Is Your Future

Dawn People's category defying character is no surprise given the wide ranging influences that have fed its creation. Opening with hip-hop tempo beats, jazz flute and distinct Avalanches style plunderphonics, the palette twists and grows over the album, introducing warm synths, loungey grooves and additional madness to the mix.
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Daywalker + CF
Waveforce

Daywalker + CF  are Jon Beall (Entro Senestre) and William Thomas Burnett (Willie Burns), two producers from the US who between them have releases on L.I.E.S., Rush Hour, Echovolt, Not Not Fun, and Super Elevation. Three deep and club ready tracks to follow up from Supersonic Transport on Beall’s BANK imprint.
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Dead Naked Hippies / Fling / Lamia / The Tiny Minds
4x 12" Volume 5

An important release for Leeds music: Dance To The Radio present four exciting new acts on one 12” for Volume 5 of their 4x series. We’ve got Lamia, The Tiny Minds, Fling and Dead Naked Hippies, doing their things in their chosen rock, punk, pop and other milieus. Great new stuff from Yorkshire, watch out for these.
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Death of Lovers
The Acrobat

Death of Lover’s are a whole extra band from the guys behind Nothing, in which they write and perform songs that are a little bit different. This is actually their debut full-length album after several years of activity, and it shows a band clearly enjoying themselves playing with an eighties post-punk-pop milieu. The Acrobat is released by DAIS.

Dedekind Cut
The Expanding Domain

A full and complete sounding record from Dedekind Cut entitled The Expanding Domain. A mixture of droning electronic sounds contrasted with trance-like melodies and subtle piano notes, makes this record a piece of art on the blank slate of an artist. Created in New York, Seoul and Berlin and released on ‘Hallow Ground’, this record is available on Vinyl LP.

Deep Throats
Good Bad Pretty

Deep Throats were an old San Francisco band with a heady garage rock sound. This release gathers up their final recordings, previously unheard by the public at large. Good Bad Pretty is released by Castle Face, the essential garage rock imprint of John O’Dwyer of Thee Oh Sees, for whom Deep Throats were clearly an influence.
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Deerhoof
Mountain Moves

Jittery art rockers Deerhoof normally make their splintered music in isolation but here on their new album they have opened the door to the outside world and collaborated with the likes of Matana Roberts,Lætitia Sadier and Juana Molina. They also have a go at a Bob Marley song. Human contact = good. 
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Delaney Davidson
Shining Day

Glass Records Redux (Spacemen 3, Spiritualized) has picked up the ninth studio LP from New Zealand artist Delaney Davidson. Coming a couple of years after Lucky Guy, Shining Day is another record of slightly garage-y singer-songwriter fare from Davidson. The likes of ‘What Am I Doing Wrong’ could have been plucked from the songbook of Mark Oliver Everett.

Delroy Edwards
Rio Grande

The mischievous and beyond contempt house star Delroy Edwards has got an expansive new record of lo-fi funk hits in store for you with Rio Grande. This release via L. A. Club collects five in particular that reflect the interdisciplinary sleaze he so proudly trades in; it sounds like he's buffering a motel.
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Denis Mpunga & Paul K
Remixed

Mixing beats with Belian electronics, some of Denis Mpunga and Paul K’s work has been taken up by a load of producers and they’ve put together this remix compilation EP. With an added bonus unreleased track from the duo. Includes remixes from Prins Emanuel, Androo, Talouse Low Traxb, and more.

Dennis Callaci
A Bed of Light

Delightful, rough and ready, quirky, lofi indie pop songs that fans of stuff like Smog will absolutely lap up.  Mostly known for his huge amounts of work in the band Refrigerator, and having gone under monikers even his own press mock him for, A Bed of Light is Dennis Callaci’s first actual solo album.

Depeche Mode
Where's The Revolution

Unbelievably Depeche Mode still release their music on CD single and here is the first taster from their new album 'Spirit'. It's a doomy piece of synth rock as you might expect and comes in tow with gloomy Anton Corbijn video in black and white as you might expect. Perfect miserable, desolate music for these torrid times. 

Design A Wave
Trick State Gesture

Design A Wave take us all into the future with their three-piece release, ‘Trick State Gesture’. The record has a hard-hitting melancholic and head-spinning vibe surrounding it, with gentle hints of something meandering that push through old-school electronica. Described as being ‘mastered by someone’s dad’ and a mix of techno and soft-EDM that is available on Vinyl 12”.

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