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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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Giuda
Rock N Roll Music

Just so they didn’t accidentally filter out any of the natural raw power of their stage performance, Italian rock band Giuda recorded their latest aptly named single, Rock ‘N’ Roll Music, live. The band have one foot in the ‘70s classic rock camp, whilst the other is firmly rooted in UK punk. If you like the idea of Slade tempered with a bit of Slaughter And The Dogs, then this is for you. Green vinyl 7" on Rise Above.

Glass Candy
I Always Say Yes

Italo reissue, originally recorded just over ten years ago, showing off the best aspects of a genre enjoying a continued refresher. This represents the less bombastic style, rooted more firmly in older Patrick Cowley-esque disco hits but with all the romantic drama found in Italo's most endearing examples.

Glass Vaults
The New Happy

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

Glenn Astro & Hodini
Turquoise Tortoise

Collaborative weird funk album from Glenn Astro and Hodini. Collaborative might be a bit misleading as the distance between Berlin and Cologne meant the pair worked on these tracks separately. Turquoise Tortoise becomes one in their constant referencing of each other's tracks. Released on Apollo. 
  • Vinyl LP (AMB1804)
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Go Dam
Alternate Dimensions EP

Seoul producer Go Dam has three new tracks to share with you on this EP release on Braindance Records. Alternate Dimensions is dominated by the kind of vivid electro and hard-pushing Detroitisms that’ll really get people moving and grinning. This 12” EP is released by Braindance Records.
  • Vinyl 12" (BD-01)
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Go Hiyama
I Am Goodbye

I Am Goodbye is the latest seven-track record from Go Hiyama. This release is a clever blend of sound architecture and drum design that shows the technical ability of Go Hiyama. An experimental collection of tracks that explore many different instruments from the piano to the vibraphone. Available on Vinyl LP.

Goblin
Squadro Antigangsters

Yet another reissue of the Roman hucksters Goblin here (they who did the soundtrack for the original Dawn Of The Dead film). This one is of some music  they came up with for a 1979 flick entitled Squadra Antigangsters - which, if the press release is to be believed, is kind of like an Italian version of The Naked Gun. The score is a predictably wacky affair, with several American musical styles - Country & Western, rockabilly - screwballed through a foreign lens.

Golden Pelicans
Disciples Of Blood

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

Gordon Raphael
Sleep On The Radio

Now that Gordon Raphael is done with finding new acts and producing them - The Strokes, Regina Spektor or  producing established acts, Damon Albarn, Ian Brown, Ian Astbury, he has decided to return his first love - writing and playing songs. With a voice akin to Peter Perrett or Syd Barrett, music that takes its cues from Mick Ronson, Sparks and Frank Zappa, and a collection of songs whittled down from 1000 to 12, his debut solo album, Sleep On The Radio promises to be quite a thing. LP on Zero Hours.

Gorillaz
Humanz

Damon Albarn and his Gorillaz return in full effect with their fifth album and follow up to 2010’s Plastic Beach. Boasting an incredible list of featured artists including Vince Staples, De La Soul, Danny Brown, Benjamin Clementine, D.R.A.M. and many more.  The standard CD has four random different front cover options – one per band member. Super Deluxe Vinyl Box Set – Strictly limited Box Set containing 14 pieces of 12” coloured vinyl (each one a different colour), packaged in individually art-worked sleeves. Each piece of vinyl features an album track b/w an exclusive alternate version on the ‘b-side’. Includes a 54-page, cloth-bound, foil-blocked, hardback book of Gorillaz artwork by Jamie Hewlett and a download card, all housed in a bespoke 12” vinyl case.  Deluxe Vinyl + Art Book – Double, heavyweight 12” black vinyl, housed in a cloth-bound, foil blocked 54-page hardback book of Gorillaz artwork by Jamie Hewlett.

Grad-U
Dream Observer

The first release on Echo Echo, a sub-imprint of Danish label Echocord (Fluxion, Rod Modell), comes courtesy of Grad_U. Both sides of Dream Observer are lengthy exercises in dub techno, though they go about their business in different ways. ‘Observing The Night Sky’ is a nicely detailed dancefloor number, while the fifteen-minute A-side ‘Jacob’s Dream’ spirals off into foggy synth ambience.

Grayson Gilmour
Otherness

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

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

The latest cult area of music that Red Bull Music Academy are extending their well-funded reach into is library music, that hidden and quasi-anonymous other world of sounds. They’ve started to commission new ‘library music’ from known artists, and the first one of the series is by New Zealand’s Grayson Gilmour. Interesting experimental instrumentals, also featuring a remix by Paul Jebanasam.
  • Vinyl LP (RBMP17-003)
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Graze
XUP

Graze is a pair of producers, Adam Marshall and Christian Anderson, each of whom grew up in Canada but now live in Berlin. Their immersion in the city of techno has honed their skills, though XUP isn’t only four-to-the-floor blasters: for example, ‘Vast’ is a powerful and remarkably slow cut. Released as part of the Dekmantel label’s UFO series.
  • Vinyl 12" (DKMNTL-UFO6)
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Greg Ashley
Pictures of Saint Paul Street

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

Grey Branches
Neuroclaps

Yves De Mey is Grey Branches. Landing somewhere between his Eavesdropper moniker and his own name noisy abstract experiments, his debut full length album mixes spiky and twisted metallic electronics and distorted acidic percussion. Hard techno beats with a junglists rhythm. Double LP on Inner Surface.
  • Vinyl Double LP (INNERLP01)
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Grooms
Exit Index

New Grooms! The New Yorkers haven’t been spotted in full-length format since 2015, but when they decided to rectify that, they didn’t waste time: apparently Exit Index was mostly recorded in a six hour session. Exit Index is indie-rock squeezed through an array of juicy effects pedals, sourced through frontman Travis Johnson’s co-ownership of Death By Audio. On Western Vinyl.

Groundislava
Groundislava

Groundislava, from the same corner of town as DEEJ and Schlomo, surfed in on the wave of mainstream acceptance of nerddom in general and chiptune in particular. His self-titled debut ducked the radar on its release, but became a cult classic over time and is now finally up for rerelease. The upbeat 8-bit songs still hold strong and make for a great retro time-piece.
  • Vinyl LP (FOF108LP)
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Guerilla Toss
Flood Dosed

Originally released in 2015 on cassette and digital formats only, now DFA revisit Flood Dosed for a vinyl edition with a bonus track for extra spice. Noisy art rock performed with feverish aplomb, fragmented glitched out guitar licks and synth bloops create a schizophrenic kraut groove with a Sonic Youth tonal disregard.

Guided By Voices
How Do You Spell Heaven

Rather like Mark E Smith, Robert Pollard has a habit of pulling out a plum just when you are thinking it's all over. Re-grouped and re-invigorated with an (almost) all new line up, last years August By Cake was more like the band we remembered and hot on it's heels we get another. Fifteen new tunes from the fab (insert this week's line up number).    

Gunnar Haslam
Lebesgue Measures

L.I.E.S. have been consistently releasing the most exciting, raw and experimental house and techno, and this vinyl LP from Gunnar Haslam continues their stunning run. Harsh walls of sound are blended with jackin’ drum machine workouts and warped 808 basslines. Lebesgue Measures is the the third album from this NYC producer.

Gust De Meyer
Casioworks

This curious slice of minimal wave comes from a hidden corner of Belgian electronic music, where Gust De Meyer made just one limited cassette that has since become the stuff of legend. It’s a deceptively simple album of glorious synth melodies and stripped down drum pulses that packs all the wonder and naivety of the early synth age into less than half an hour.

Gypsy Mamba
Magnetic Syndromes

Californian producer Gypsy Mamba makes synth music from within the prism designed by the LA Brainfeeder crew: stuttering beats and a flare-textured psychedelic fill this record. But Magnetic Syndromes isn’t quite beat music. It finds it’s own, slightly more abstract pathway to electronic enlightenment. LP release on Alpha Pup.
  • Vinyl LP (APR090LP)
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hackedepicciotto
Menetekel

hackedepicciotto is what happens when you combine an Alexander Hacke and a Danielle de Picciotto, and Menetekel is what happened when the (married!) couple hit the studio together. The two musicians’ pasts, in Space Cowboys and Einstürzende Neubauten, allow them to create some heavy, soulful, intense songs, featuring throat singing, hurdy-gurdy drones and much more besides. Epic CD / 2LP release on Potomak.

Haemorrhage
We Are The Gore

Spanish gore-grind band Haemorrhage bring their seventh full length album, and their first in 6 years. These guys have quite a unique take on the genre, mixing the pig like guttural growls and blistering speed with groovy verses and squealing guitar solos. Fear not though, there is plenty of the fast stuff and cymbal stab intros.

Hal Singer & Jef Gilson
Soul Of Africa

Soul of Africa combines the Afro-American jazz of saxophonist and band leader, Hal Singer with the French jazz of pianist, arranger and big band leader Jef Gilson. Originally released in 1975, the music within was a previously unheard concoction that wowed musicians and jazz fans alike. Reissue on Super Sonic Jazz housed in a heavyweight tip-on sleeve. 

Haleek Maul
In Permanence

We do love coloured vinyl, so thanks goes to Lex records for this limited-edition red release from 21-year old Bajan-Brooklynite Haleek Maul. 'In Permanence' is his debut EP, and you can expect to hear such varying influences as Aphex Twin, Crystal Castles, underground legend Kenneth Anger and Kanye West. 
  • Vinyl 12" (0878390004096)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Half Japanese
Why Not?

Why Not? is the latest instalment of twisted shambolic indie-pop from Jad Fair’s Half Japanese. Over a 42 year career the band have made 16 studio albums that will make you laugh, cry, dance, shout and whatever else you feel like doing. Album #17, Why Not? is no exception. Vinyl LP and CD, and if you’re quick enough, you might get a copy of the limited edition indies only white vinyl version!

Hamad Kalkaba
Hamad Kalkaba and The Golden Sounds 1974-1975

Hamad Kalkaba, who later went on to sit as president of the Confederation of African Athletics, recorded some fabulous and lively music in his mid-70’s youth, and here is a good-sized portion of it. Sparkling golden good-time sounds that takes Cameroonian rhythms and slathers them with heady electricity. CD and LP editions on Analog Africa, with an informative booklet.

Hanno Leichtmann
SY-4

The Tapeworm present two different recordings of Hanno Leichtmann's SY-4 installation in which he creates loops almost only using the sounds of SY-1 drum machine. Always interesting to listen to music and art collide and this tape is no different. Installations aim for something different that recording so this sort of thing always sounds fresh.

Heart Beach
Kiss Your Face

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

Hearts Hearts
Goods / Gods

Second album from fidgety Austrians Hearts Hearts. You may have noticed their penchant for forward slashes which for them represents a kind of freedom. Well here we have an album that is somewhere nearer the experimental end of pop / rock. In the end all I can do is leave you with the decision to buy / don't.

Heavy Metal
The Nietzschean Supermen Of Dustbin Rock

Heavy Metal are a weirdo punk band from Berlin. Quite hard to put a finger on their sound but I’m thinking Truman’s Water meets Jilted John. And odd mix, I know. There’s a real plethora of sounds on The Nietzschean Supermen Of Dustbin Rock. Lyrically, they’ve been likened to a hyper Dan Treacy of Television Personalities. All I can tell you is that this is certainly a listening experience that’s not easy to forget. Limited Gold vinyl LP on Harbinger Sound.
  • Vinyl LP (HARBINGER174)
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Hello Kitty On Ice
Man With A Hole In His Throat / The Answer

Neil Hamburger, the bizarre comic identity of Gregg Turkington, is well enough known these days to have had a major film made about him. But few were ever aware of Hello Kitty On Ice, his teenage hardcore band from 1983! Granted, that’s probably because no recordings were ever released… Until now! 7” release, quite appropriately on Burger Records.
  • Vinyl 7" (BRGR821)
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Henning Christiansen
Rødhætte / Ruinmusik

Previously unissued audio goodies from the archives of Henning Christiansen. On one side of this natty 7” we have Rødhœtte from 1985, a strange take on the Red Riding Hood tale. And on the other side we have Ruinmusik, a recording made on a piano in a desolate grand old house on a Danish island, just before the whole thing was destroyed. Very atmospheric. 7” on Penultimate Press.

Henry Caravan
A SHRINE TO A RADIATOR

Louis Johnstone is a restless creature of many aliases, and best known for the ultra-minimal collaged field recordings of Wanda Group. His intimate home recordings as Henry Caravan shrug off any semblance of artifice. This tape is a foray into rambling but unexpectedly fluent acoustic guitar improv that hints at Derek Bailey, Jandek and even Robbie Basho, occasionally embellished with spontaneous lyrical murmurs and audible nasal congestion. “Authenticity” can become a troublesome hang-up, but the utter lack of desire to impress here feels like an act of trust towards the listener.

Here Lies Man
You Will Know Nothing

Antibalas offshoot Here Lies Man follow up 2017’s well-received debut LP. You Will Know Nothing sees the group going just as deep on their Black Sabbath-meets-Fela Kuti thing. On a lot of the songs - lead single ‘Fighting’ for example - traditional rock instrumental roles are reversed. While the thick riffs keep steady away, a mixture of kit drums and tuned percussion are free to invent as they please. It’s a stirring psychedelic mix.

Hiele
Saints

Saints is a film about the distant and isolated island of Saint Helena, for which Hiele has provided the soundtrack. Appropriately for the nature of the film, Hiele has pulled back on the beats somewhat, choosing instead to emphasise the droning qualities of clarinets and strings and the like, over the course of eleven miniatures. Edition of 300 10”s on the Ekster label.
  • Vinyl 10" (EKS 010)
  • £15.49 £9.29 (saving: £6.20)
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High-Functioning Flesh
Culture Cut

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

Hiroshi Watanabe
Threshold of Eternity EP

Derrick May’s titanic Transmat fronts their second release from Hiroshi Watanabe - someone you might know better as Kaito. Watanabe throws something of a curveball for Threshold of Eternity’s first track. As its title suggests, ‘The Leonodis Strings’ is a violin-led ditty that bares similarities to Hans Zimmer, John Williams and other film composers. Order is restored on the fuzzy Midwest techno of B-side ‘In To The Memory’.
  • Vinyl 12" (MS 090)
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Hiroshi “Hiro” Kawaguchi
After Burner II

Sega’s in-house composer Hiroshi ‘Hiro’ Kawaguchi has been behind the sound of many of the video game developer’s best-loved volumes, with credits for releases in the Sonic and Dragon Ball Z series to his name. This record - out via Data Discs (who else?) - sees Kawaguchi’s score for the 1987 game After Burner II set to wax. Not only is the original music a cast-iron chiptune classic, but the release includes a second LP of bonus material and reworkings of tracks from the main soundtrack.

Hiroshi “Hiro” Kawaguchi
Space Harrier

Back in 1985, Space Harrier hit the arcades, with a memorable Yamaha DX-7 soundtrack by Hiroshi “Hiro” Kawaguchi. Who could have predicted, back then, that vinyl would fall all the way out of favour and then right back into serious favour once again, and that these electronic miniatures would one day be presented in a deluxe format, replete with crisp artwork and liner notes? Features all the original score, plus a live band version of the Main Theme.

Hiss Golden Messenger
Hallelujah Anyhow

Imagine having the self confidence to have that as your album sleeve. MC Taylor certainly isn't lacking in a belief in his own ability something that must have been even further boosted when David Bowie once said he liked him. This new album is a rather quick follow up to 'Heart Like a Levee' and comes with his own impenetrable sleeve notes. Check press release to see if you can make head nor tail.   

Holy Fuck
Bird Brains

Holy Fuck let us check in on how they are doing with this nice little four-track EP of new jams. Bird Brains shows that they’ve still got it: that knack for mashing together crunked-out dance rhythms and jagged noisy bits into an addictive whole. 10 inches of Holy vinyl, released by Innovative Leisure.

Holy Oysters
Egonomy

There have been some very decent psych/indie/synth rock bands to come out of France, and Paris in particular. Holy Oysters are one of those bands. The Parisian five piece have released a nine-track album called Egonomy. Now, I have no idea what makes these oysters especially holy, but the record certainly sounds pretty holy...I think. Available on vinyl 12". 

Horror Section
The Omen EP

Horror Section make it their mission to be a horror punk band without being trite and cheesy, and boy have they succeeded! The Omen EP is a direct tribute to the classic 1976 movie The Omen, and it channels those Satanic vibes into some nice’n’gnarly punk tunes. 7” single on Eccentric Pop Records.
  • Vinyl 7" (ECP34-7)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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Horseback
Dead Ringers

Wanderings through dark experimental territory from Horseback here, the solo project of Jenks Miller. The man has range: Dead Ringers morphs from anxious beat-driven songs to thick drones to krautrock / metal explosions. Richly atmospheric material, with an impact just as strong as that creepy sleeve art. Out as a CD and as a double LP, with the fourth side of vinyl taken up by an etching. On Relapse.

Howard Hello
Election Year

Howard Hello is the pairing of Kenseth Thibideau and Marty Anderson, who did nothing together for a decade before the recent reigniting of their collaboration, brought about in part by political circumstances. Election Year’s intriguing songcraft explores some of the last year’s effects and impacts in America. Out on Temporary Residence.

Hundred Waters
Communicating

Hundred Waters are an LA trio with a pleasingly abstract-tinged approach to electronic pop music. The core is very much songs-based, but you can expect to see fizzy noise and warm drones flashing about the place as well. Communicating is their first full-length album after five years of activity, so you know it is honed just right. On !K7.

Hurts
Desire

Oh my God remember this lot? So '80s in approach that they've now adopted the mid period shades and bowler hat look. To be fair their emotional brand of electro rock has done very well for them indeed particularly on the continent so expect more big music with hi-end X Factor production and easi-remember tunes.  
  • Vinyl Double LP (88985431951)
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IAM
Passe Passe

French hip-hop band IAM haven’t exactly been prolific in their 28 years, releasing 8 albums, their latest being the recent Revolution. But here we have some more new material. Passe Passe is a brand new track and is released as a limited edition 12” single. There’s only 250 of these in the UK so you’d better be quick!
  • Vinyl 12" (5734684)
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Ian Hawgood + Giulio Aldinucci
Consequence Shadows

More somnolent, slow-burning electroacoustic ambience courtesy of Ian “Home Normal” Hawgood and rippling fieldrec soundscapist Guilio Aldinucci. There are sometimes more layers to these arrangements than first meet the ear, as it seems great care has gone into ensuring all elements blend into undifferentiated calm as easily as possible. On duty for the last twenty minutes, Stijn Hüwels contributes a remix in exactly the same style.

Idiota Civilizzato
La Vita Silenziosa

International (but Berlin-based) hardcore group Idiota Civilizzato begin their journey with La Vita Silenziosa, a powerful debut EP. Seven tracks are packed into these seven inches of vinyl, thrusting a high-velocity, Italian-language blast of ferocious frustration into the listener’s ears. Out on the essential Static Shock label.

Ikonika
Oral Suspension

It’s a good year for Ikonika fans: as well as the full-length LP Distractions that we all enjoyed earlier this year, we also now have new track Oral Suspension and a remix of same by Big Strick! This track is classic Ikonika, rolling offbeat rhythms propping up glassy synths with more than a touch of 80’s video game aesthetics to them. Lovely stuff. 10” on Don’t Be Afraid.

Image Club
Heavy Legs / Under A Hollow Moon

Well well well. Dub-pop braniacs Peaking Lights have their own label. This is in fact the fourth release on it so we shouldn't be too surprised; Heavy Legs / Under A Hollow Moon is their latest lightbulb halo moment courtesy of dancefloor runners Image Club, whose propulsive, forward-motion sound is sure to leave you exhausted. These two tunes zone in on frenetic percussion and offer plenty in the way of squelchy fun.
  • Vinyl 12" (TFR 004)
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In Aeternam Vale
Funkytown

Funkytown: will you not take me there? A renowned synth user called In Aeternam Vale is considering it. Pulled out of his archival hat, this 12" delivers three irresponsible techno hits that both rave and rage, spanning an eleven year history of IAV dancefloor shenanigans. So... are you taking me to Funkytown or what?
  • Vinyl 12" (DM3D020)
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Incredible Rock City
Invasion Of The Rock-O-Mites

Obscuro vintage wonder here from The Incredible Rock City Band, a touring group in the 80’s who apparently only played at US army bases. I gotta say though, they sound a lot less straight-laced than that might lead you to expect: this is funky electro synth-rock of a high order. Their rare record Invasion Of The Rock-O-Mites is reissued by Peoples Potential Unlimited.
  • Vinyl LP (PPU-IRCB)
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INKAMERA
Time Rewind

New EP from INKAMERA, the production / vocal project of fresh electro queen Victoria Lukas whom was half of Zerkalo with Drexciya/Dopplereffekt's Gerald Donald. Time Rewind is a set of club tunes that also move like synth-pop songs: a neat balance. Time Rewind’s seven tracks are pressed to twelve inches beautiful clear white vinyl, released by the Last Known Trajectory label.
  • Vinyl 12" (TRAJECTORY1021)
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Irazu
Shtamm (w/ Regis Remix)

Through his previous cassettes and EPs with Stale, Spanish producer Irazu has grown his techno palette hugely, from Nine Inch Nails esque preocessed guitars and heavy industrial pounders to stark dystopian and discordant drone pieces. On Shtamm he continues developing further, into energetic and frenzied percussion and dips into the cinematic. Features a remix by Regis.
  • Vinyl 12" (ST172)
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Iron Reagan / Gatecreeper
Split

An unholy split on the legendary Relapse label, smashing together death, grind and thrash under the excellent guidance of equally legendary producer Kurt Ballou (of Coverge). Iron Reagan fire themselves down a punk and thrash spiked highway, whilst Gatekeeper push it slower, and lower in a doom crust hell hole.

Ismael
Low Contrast EP

An ever-rising star on the electro scene, Ismael presents us with his latest release from the record label ‘Nous’ entitled ‘Low Contrast’. This record has been described as an electric mix of the coolest techno and of old school experimental house, combined with elements of dub-techno. This EP is available on Vinyl 12”.
  • Vinyl 12" (US 015)
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Israel Vines
Gatekeepers

Experimental Techno from Israel Vines here, with 3 varied tracks on 12” vinyl. 2 dark, thrusting dancefloor demons and 1 dubbed-out piece of ambience. Gatekeepers is released by Eye Teeth, a recent sub-label of the Detroit-based Interdimensional Transmissions label with a focus on the sharpest cutting-edge of Techno.
  • Vinyl 12" (TEETH-3)
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IVVVO
Prince Of Grunge

IVVVO’s Prince of Grunge is the first release from very excellent and trendy London club night and label NYX Unchained. Though not grunge in the traditional 90s flannel shirt sense, IVVVO does borrow the genre’s harshness and exploration of anxiety angst to create tracks more for the dance floor rather than Reading Festival '92.
  • Vinyl LP (NYXU001)
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J Dilla
Ruff Draft (Dilla's Mix)

Just when one gets to thinking that the annals of J Dilla’s discography couldn’t be combed any more, we get another posthumous release from the MPC grandmaster. This one’s a souped-up re-rendering of his cult classic Ruff Draft EP from back in 2003. It features new mixes of the original track list as well as bonus tracks, alternative takes and some illuminating liner notes. On the 2xvinyl release you get the original LP on one wax, the producer's alternative takes on the other.
  • CD (PJ015CD)
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J. Albert
Dance Slow

As much fun as various formats can be, for dancefloor tracks the ultimate desirable destination must always be vinyl: lovely DJ-friendly wax. That’s what has happened here: J. Albert released a funky-fresh cassette called Dance Slow last year, and the highest-achievers from that set have graduated to this vinyl release on Exotic Dance Records. Killer grooves.

J.G. Biberkopf
Fountain Of Meaning

Jacques Gaspard Biberkopf has come to light as a co-conspirator on Kuedo’s Knives label, but now he’s been snapped up by Aisha Devi to contribute a five track EP to Danse Noire. It’s an intriguing trip through operatic emoting, outernational exploration, ambience and texture, and Devi herself appears on “The Illusion Of Solidity”.
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Jaap Blonk & Terrie Ex
Thirsty Ears

No doubt about your ears’ thirst getting quenched by this improv session between Terrie Ex (that’s Terrie Hessels from The Ex!) and Jaap Blonk, an avant-garde musician whose name sounds like a furby falling into a pond. Thirsty Ears finds Hessels on guitar and harmonium, while Blonk provides electronics and his distinctive, radical vocal explorations. Not unlike performers such as Phil Minton, the duo manage to reach just about everywhere possible between the contemplative and the comically, explosively absurd.

Jackson MacIntosh
My Dark Side

Jackson MacIntosh has been hanging around in the shadows for long enough. He’s played bass as a touring member of Montreal band TOPS, recorded and engineered for Homeshake and collaborated with Drugdealer and Bernardino Femminielli. He also fronted power pop band Sheer Agony. Now, however, he strikes out on his own with debut album, and possibly the world’s first album inspired by two relationship break-ups, My Dark Side. LP and CD on Sinderlyn.

Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom
J. Jasmine: My New Music

Originally composed for the 1978 Ann Arbor Film Festival, this first coming together of Jacqueline Humbert and David Rosenboom under the J. Jasmine banner is a playful art-cabaret romp. Seeking to dismantle gender, push boundaries and generally get up the backs of the conservative mainstream, Humbert and Rosenboom also sound like they’re having a riotously good time on bashing-on-the-piano smashers like ‘Androgeny’. The seeds of Father John Misty are sown here. First-time vinyl reissue.

Jamal Moss presents R2 Underground
The Walls

Jamal Moss, the Hieroglyphic Being himself, presents a fine cut from a live performance in Zurich on the A-side of this, the one hundredth release of the Mathematics label! Over on the B-side, we get to enjoy a ‘Paradise’ mix and an ’Ocean To Ocean’ version from Blake Ronan. The Walls is a 12” release, strictly limited in numbers.
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James Booth
Personal Growth

The largely ambient-leaning Growing Bin takes a slight turn towards the armchair dance floor with this excellent mini-LP from 100% Silk regular James Booth. The mellow drift of pads and keys is still the primary focus, but there’s space for slender house music drum patterns to thread through the folds of synthesized splendour that Booth unfurls across five go-deep-and-stay-home sizzlers.
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Jan Jelinek & Computer Soup
Improvisations and Edits, Tokyo 26.09.2001

On the 26th September 2001 four men, Jan Jelinek and Computer Soup, sat on the floor of a Tokyo living room and improvised for three hours. They used a trumpet, and various toys and electronics. The group then edited separately, resulting in this, a weird and unique exploration of creativity.

Jane Weaver
The Lightning Back

To accompany her very large tour with the Public Service Broadcasting, vintage synth loving fan of all things kosmiche Jane Weaver has unleashed a single from her highly acclaimed 'Modern Kosmology' album and dragged those squirming, wriggly noise people Sex Swing in for a remix. Limited edition 7" on Fire.  

Jaye Bartell
Light Enough

Light Enough is a New York record, composed and conceived of in Jaye Bartell’s Brooklyn apartment in the year following his moving there. As an active poet, Bartell has a pretty potent lyrical insight, with these intimate songs addressing heavy subjects including dementia. Still though, they sound Light Enough. On Sinderlyn / Captured Tracks.

Jayson Wynters
Industrial Espionage

Four track techno EP from Birmingham's Jayson Wynters. Wynter's techno darts and weaves, it knows when to sprint and when to take a break. Industrial Sabotage is an apt name then, it breaks up the repetition and monotony in order to aim for something higher. Released on the lovely Don't Be Afraid.
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Jean-Michel Blais
Dans Ma Main

"Hey ma main!” “Wassup ma main!” “How’re things with you ma main?” “Good thanks ma main and yourself?” “Yeah I’m cool ma main. Say ma main, what are you doing tonight ma main?” “No plans ma main. What did you have in mind ma main?” “Was thinking of going to the discotheque for a little Dans Ma Main, care to join?” “Nice! Who’s playing ma main?” “Jean-Michel Blais ma main.” “Never heard of him ma main, what’s his deal?” “He’s a Canadian composer who has just released his new LP on Arts & Crafts ma main. Kind of Nils Frahm/Max Richter-sounding stuff ma main, you know piano and synthesisers.” “Doesn’t sound like you can really Dans to it ma main?” “Not really ma main, no.” “Then how come he’s playing at the discotheque ma main?” “I dunno ma main, I don’t do the bookings. Anyway what do you say ma main?” “Fair enough ma main, I’ll see you later ma main.” “Ma main!”

Jemh Circs
Jemh Circs

Marc Richter is well known under his Black To Comm moniker, with releases on Type and Dekorder. He has kept this latest project under wraps, quite successfully. The product of scouring YouTube for pop vocals Jemh Circs brings an almost vaporwave artificiality and pop culture clash, droning and melodic, it’s a bizarre world to be shown.
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Jen Cloher
Jen Cloher

As a leading pioneer within Melbourne's rich DIY scene, Jen Cloher offers a self-titled ten-track which easily justifies her burgeoning reputation. Rubbing shoulders with the likes of Courtney Barnett and Fraser A on Milk! label, it's onwards and upwards for this bold, witty and punk-tinged songwriter.

Jerry Fielding
The Nightcomers

The Nightcomers is a gothic horror tale from 1971, starring Marlon Brando. Set in a grand country house and with lots of creepy goings on, there is much for film composer Jerry Fielding to sink his teeth into, and this fully-orchestrated soundtrack is tender and dramatic and highly cinematic. 180g vinyl release on Silva Screen.
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Jesper Kyd
Robinson: The Journey

A computer game composer heavyweight, Jesper Kyd’s legacy traces through Hitman, Assassin’s Creed, Darksiders, Unreal Tournament and many more. This recent commission took him into VR territory for the sci-fi adventure Robinson: The Journey. Perhaps appropriate to the dynamic immersion of VR experiences, Kyd’s soundtrack is relatively sparse and unobtrusive, creating a faintly tense, cinematic, dark ambient atmosphere.

Jesse Bernstein
I Am Secretly An Important Man: A Film By Peter Sillen

Jesse Bernstein, the grunge-affiliated writer and poet, is getting the full documentary profile treatment with Peter Sille’s I Am Secretly An Important Man. This package contains the film on DVD and a brace of previously unreleased Bernstein songs, bringing the outsider (somewhat) into the light at last. Edition of 1000 on Friends & Family.

Jessica Curry
Dear Esther (Original Game Soundtrack)

This is the first ever pressing of Jessica Curry's soundtrack to genre defining video game Dear Esther released to coincide with it's 5th anniversary. Dear Esther is an award winning first person exploration game with a stunning specially commissioned soundtrack by Curry.   The vinyl comes with a free Steam key that enables the you to download the game for free. 

Jessica Curry
So Let Us Melt

When BAFTA-winning composers release vinyl, they don’t do it by halves. Jessica Curry is no exception, with this remastered blue-and-orange pressing of the soundtrack to Google Daydream VR game So Let Us Melt. Swelling with lush, magical orchestration, it sounds like the score to a fairytale, in all the right ways.

Jessica Says
Do With Me What U Will

Jessica Says had her career rudely interrupted by a major accident eight years ago, but she now returns to the musical arena with a record that engages with that recent past. Do With Me What U Will is a mature and catchy pop record that features Jessica’s cello as well as her vocals. CD / LP release on Chapter Music.

Jilk
In Need Of Tess

In Need Of Tess combines 2 pieces from Jilk’s soundtrack to a Nim Jethwa short film with a remix of Nuala Honan and the title track, a collaboration of sorts with Nic Kane and Hester Sorel Moriarty Thompson. Jilk are glitchy and melodic throughout, combining chamber pop with folktronica textures. 12” EP on Project: Mooncircle.
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Jim Ghedi
A Hymn For Ancient Land

A Hymn For Ancient Land is Jim Ghedi’s second full length LP and sees his sparse, ethereal folk instrumentation made fuller and bolder through the inclusion of orchestral elements. Having travelled around the British Isles, Ghedi’s music is inspired by the sights and sounds he encountered and named after those places; Home for Moss Valley, Cwm Elan, Bramley Moor exc. The result is an enthralling expanse of folk music which shimmers between an ancient, haunting tradition and a modern ambience.  

Jim White
Waffles, Triangles & Jesus

This is his sixth studio album and is finely produced, journeying across the vast American continent. I’m not sure if that is a place I wish to visit these days, but Jim White makes it feel magical, heartwarming and limitless, helped in turns by his hometown (Athens) finest musicians, plus Dead Rock West and Holly Golightly. It’s a fine ensemble. The vinyl version is a double vinyl with MP3 download and includes ‘Memories Of Sochichiro’, exclusive to vinyl editions.

Jimi Bazzouka
Edits Vol. 4

More weird house edits and sly disco variations from Jimi Bazzouka and the Crowdspacer label. Edits Vol. 4 on vinyl 12” borrows the sounds of the 1980s Japanese new wave and turns them into surreal bangers and eccentric floorfillers, all dedicated to the life and work of genius Ryuichi Sakamoto.
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Jire
Zang

The producer behind Jire is just 20 years old: remarkable when you hear the talent on display here. Zang pokes its head through the door of the club for a while, but mostly prefers to hang out in the abstract computer music suite next door. A cavalcade of frantic digital sonics, lovely stuff. 12” on No Pain In Pop.

Jitwam
िज़तम िसहँ

Jitwam’s 'िज़तम िसहँ' (self-titled) LP is as multi-faceted as the composer himself. Born in India, based in Brooklyn and having lived in New Zealand, South Africa and plenty of places in between, the music here funnels Jitwam’s storied life into an LP that recalls the oddball pop sounds of Mo Kolours and Connan Mockasin.

Jo Passed
Their Prime

Oh God I hope not, I'd be devastated. Anyway this band has previously been pre-described as a 'fecked up Beatles' or XTC or Can or Neu. Ok there's a host of great bands to toy with and Jo Passed serve up the kind of dreamy melodies and stellar chord changes we know and love from our favourite records.  

Joana Gama | Luís Fernandes
The Still Point Of The Turning World

Gorgeous, deeply atmospheric minimalist-inspired work from Orquestra de Guimarães composed and directed by Joana Gama and Luís Fernandes with arrangements from José Alberto Gomes. This outstanding modern composition was commissioned by Câmara Municipal de Guimarães and A Oficina / Westway Lab Festival in 2017 and has been mixed and produced by Room40 label head Lawrence English.

Joanne Forman
Cave Vaults Of The Moon

Seance Centre (Visible Cloaks, Beverly Glenn-Copeland) offer up a recording of Joanne Forman’s 1987 piece Cave Vaults Of The Moon. Originally conceived as a soundtrack for an exhibition of sculptures in Taos, New Mexico, Forman uses an unusual combination of instruments - Juno 106, flute, guitar and more - to create soundscapes of both beauty and curiosity.

Jodie Lowther & ARC Soundtracks
The Blow Volume 4

The Blow Volume 4 is a collaboration between multi-faceted artist Jodie Lowther and ARC, AKA sound and vision duo K Craig and David Armes1. The music mixes grey drones with ethereal percussion and spoken word passages distorted by various FX to create an unsettling soundtrack to uncomfortable dreams. Cassette tape on Front & Follow.

Joe Germlin
No Master Dynamics

Banana Oil/Gay Against You noisenik Joe Germlin drops an album of strange sort-of-hip-hop on Adaadat. Taking cues from the Scandi Frankengenre of Skwee, the funk/rap/chiptune-hybrids across No Master Dynamics make this an LP you can’t get comfortable with. This is a good thing - the 8-bit grooves ping-pong around with a carefree abandon which you can’t help but get swept up in.

John Barera & Will Martin
Proceed To The Root

John Barera & Will Martin's second release together sees them combine their loves for house, techno, soulful electronics, dub, jungle, Berlin, DJing, and being rushed for creative time. Wow, that's a real smorgasbord, what does that even sound like? Expect a serious blend of electronic styles, kinda like Om Unit maybe?
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John Barry
Raise The Titanic - The Complete Film Score

When the film was released in 1980 it was completely panned by audiences and critics alike, it’s redeeming feature was the majestic and incredibly on-point score composed by John Barry. The master tapes were subsequently lost by the studio but long time collaborator Nic Raine re-recorded it to near perfection with the The City of Prague Philharmonic for Silva Screen.

John FM
Ricochet ...And Then Leave

After two EPs with FXHE, John FM brings his brand of house to Trilogy Tapes for a third slab of wax. Ricochet…...And Then Leave comes highly recommended by those in the know and is even to said to better his previous efforts. Ricochet has an old skool, relaxed vibe whilst ...And Then Leave begins with glitchy beeps before being underpinned by a definitive thud.  Two track 12” on Trilogy Tapes.
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