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'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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John Moore
Knickerbocker Glory

I don’t know what it is about that album cover, but I like it. Anyway, John Moore, the man who replaced Bobby Gillespie in Jesus & Mary Chain and formed Black Box Recorder with Luke Haines has a new solo album out called Knickerbocker Glory, hence the literal cover art. According to Moore he began working on it in 1702 and it’s full of mostly love songs. Fans of Black Box Recorder will enjoy the laid back anthem Rabbit Hole, whilst tracks like Philosophical Man see Moore reaching right back into rock ‘n’ roll history for inspiration.
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John Parish
Bird Dog Dante

Where does John Parish find time to record his own album? Last year saw him tour with longtime collaborator PJ Harvey and produce high quality albums for This Is The Kit, Aldous Harding and Jenny Hval. His own album, Bird Dog Dante includes duets with PJ Harvey and Aldous Harding. LP pressed on virgin vinyl and CD on Thrill Jockey.

John Tejada
Therapy

What better way to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Pallette Recordings label than with four slick new cuts from producer John Tejada? His Therapy is a delicious bundle of smartly turned-out house bangers, ripe for the enjoyment of the groovers. Happy birthday Pallette Recordings! 12” EP.
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John Williams
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (picture disc)

Think it’s fair to say pretty much everyone was excited in some way about the reviving of Star Wars. Now you can get John Williams’ grand(as ever) soundtrack on double picture disc. Now you can fill every moment in the Star Wars universe, without damaging that precious DVD, or your eyes for that matter
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John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra
Raiders Of The Lost Ark (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Harrison Ford! Bullwhips! Caves! Action! Relics! Monumental 80s film Raiders of the Lost Ark has seen its equally gargantuan soundtrack reissued in double-vinyl 180g LP format, classic film music fiends! John Williams' famous score was the only one in the series to be played by the London Symphony Orchestra. The LSO also performed the music on the original Star Wars space operas. Featuring "Raiders March,” symbolic of the character of Dr Jones used in all the later films. Original stills and artwork from the film included in the two-pocket gatefold jacket package. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (7201831)
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Johnny Cash
I Walk The Line

Classic Cash from 1968! I Walk The Line actually features re-recorded versions of various songs that were already favourites by this point, such as the title track, originally recorded in 1958. Johnny was still in very fine form at this point, and I Walk The Line makes for a great early hits collection. Reissued on vinyl by Columbia.

Johnny Jewel
Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Johnny Jewel’s notable soundtrack work to date includes Drive, Lost River, and Those Who Kill. Here we have his soundtrack to Fien Troch’s Home. On gorgeous limited vinyl, one side is entirely his solo cinematic 80s ambience, backing a mix of tracks with some of his other projects Chromatics and Symmetry.

Jon Keliehor
The Beginning Of Time

Having created compositions for London Contemporary Dance Theatre, Royal Ballet and many other contemporary dance productions Jon Keliehor has honed his composition through gamelan and field samples to create this alien world. As if you are sat on a beach or in a forest on another planet, these ambient and subtle soundscapes seem familiar but foreign.

Jonas Reinhardt
Conclave Surge

Electronic rhythm time courtesy of Jonas Reinhardt, who intends that this record to carry the vibrations of rituals and ceremonies. Conclave Surge is lovely propulsive listening, mixing fun-time synth and drum approaches with aspects of minimalism and industrial. It’s a heady brew, and it works! Limited vinyl edition of 300 on Deep Distance.

Jonathan Wilson
Rare Birds

Super-producer, maker of very long albums and friend to the stars Jonathan Wilson is back with his third full length album. Though his previous two records harked back to the Laurel Canyon scene of the late 60s, this his third full length is enamoured by 80's production of the likes of Peter Gabriel and Talk Talk. Thus making his widescreen music sound a lot like that of War on Drugs.   

Joni Void
Selfless

Joni Void has already been through several artistic stages, despite his young age. After a whirl of self-released material, Selfless is the project’s first label-released album, and it is made entirely out of micro-samples, carefully sourced and then re-processed musique concrete style into the catchy, sometimes groovy pieces you hear here. Out on Constellation.

Jonny Velon
Goodness Flows

Inventive singer-songwriter Jonny Velon tunes into the sounds and styles of various classic 70’s cats on his new album Goodness Flows: Peter Gabriel, David Bowie, Murray Head… They all mesh together into an accomplished album of cool rock music. The album has eight tracks on the LP version, eleven on the CD and download versions. From Scratchy.
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Jor-El
Tilted Reality EP

Jor-El presents us with three noticeably cold but colourful house tracks, evoking the deeper more emotional end of Sasha's record box. 'Tilted Reality' is awash with overlapping synth atmospheres; 'Elevation' ups the tempo with muted rhythmic keys; 'Solitude' breaks the beat slightly with smooth dub techno.
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Jordan GCZ
Fission Transmission

A brand new one from Jordan GCZ here, who sets his synths a nice workout-challenge: this thing arpeggiates like crazy. Fission Transmission is accompanied by an extra-drum version and a no-drum version on the flipside: perfectly suited to either an ambient drift-out at home or a busy floor-filling at the club. 12” from Off Minor.

Jorge Velez
Animals Disk

Jorge Velez delivers a curious set of “animal-themed electronic exploration”, utilising only, a Microbrute synth and samples from a Fairlight CMI. Animals Disk is overtly digital, almost plastic in tone, but Velez does a good job of rendering these peculiar compositions tuneful and compelling as well as texturally wild. 12” on L.I.E.S.
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Josh Ritter
Gathering

The ninth album from Josh Ritter is one of those super-emotional, spit-and-sawdust country-rock albums that everyone needs a few of in their life. Produced with a nice full sound, Gathering turns in a baker’s dozen of well-crafted ditties. ‘Showboat’ is romping heartland rock, ‘Thunderbolt’s Goodnight’ a road lullaby, and Bob Weir from The Grateful Dead crops up on ‘When Will I Be Changed’.

Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker
The Birds

For new EP The Birds, Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker have stepped away from their full band set-up and gone with a more intimate approach. Electronics and drum machines lap at the edges of these melancholy new folk songs, written with migration and displacement in mind. A great subtle addition to this pair’s repertoire. 12” on Rough Trade.
  • Vinyl 12" (RTRADST855)
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Julion De’Angelo & Thomas Xu
Roots That Talk

Detroit’s Sound Signature Records (Theo Parrish, Hanna) front two tracks a-piece from Illinois up-and-comers Julion De’Angelo and Thomas Xu. De’Angelo’s offerings are by turns lopsided synth-funk (‘Chase the Summer’) and softly-spoken deep house ala Kerri Chandler (‘Pocketfull’). While Xu’s tracks are similar steeped in the history of Midwest techno, the drum tracking is busier and the synths have more bite to them.
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Justin Walter
Unseen Forces

Justin Walter plays the EVI (Electronic Valve Instrument) ‘wind-synth’ that is mainly seen in the hands of the Sun Ra Arkestra’s Marshall Allen these days. But Unseen Forces doesn’t hide the instrument in a large ensemble: it puts the EVI out there solo, in a set of semi-improvised and sometimes re-sequenced performances. A pretty unique record, out on Kranky.

Kaiju
Seven Sins

Seven Sins, the debut LP from one of the heroes of modern dub music delivers 2 discs of subsonic resonance and skanking grooves, even featuring a few welcome guest vocal performances. If Kaiju's other Deep Medi releases are anything to go by, this will surely vibrate a few stomachs and will continue dubstep on in the direction that it always should have gone.

Kalla
Enter The Sponk

Kalla is a new producer from Ireland, but his sound fits right into the hard-jackin’ dirty sound of Dixon Avenue Basement Jams. Enter The Sponk has four powerful tracks, each of which focus on those firm and funky low-end rhythm kicks that’ll override your mind. Edition of 300 12”s, each one hand-stamped.
  • Vinyl 12" (DABJ-1224)
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Kane Strang
Two Hearts and No Brain

The first properly distributed LP by lo-fi pop hopeful Kane Strang who writes catchy and radio ready themes that would appeal to fans of Car Seat Headrest and Alex G. These are slick and polished vignettes which could see Strang become your new favourite 90’s slacker revivalist. Out on the increasingly powerful Dead Oceans. 

Karl Bartos
I'm The Message (Matthew Herbert Mix)

Karl Bartos, who literally used to be in Kraftwerk, included I’m The Message on his solo debut record Communication in 2003. Now the track receives a reworking by that highly creative producer Matthew Herbert, who adds a nice spin to Bartos’ synth-pop. 500 copies available of this 12” on Trocadero.
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Kassem Mosse
Chilazon Gaiden

Chilazon Gaiden is the new EP from German producer Kassem Mosse, real name Gunnar Wendel. The double 12”, on Ominira, is informally split into two parts. According to Wendel, the first half is beats, then the tunes come in on the second half. Chilazon Gaiden gives you a decent amount of bang for your buck.

Kele Okereke
Fatherland

He just can't decide what he wants to be can he? The singer in worn out Brit band Bloc Party, fun electronic troubadour and now folk influenced confessional singer songwriter. Whichever style he pursued once thing is for certain  - his lyrics (and his music for that matter) never seem to get any better. 

Kellen 303
WHB EP

EP on Keysound Recordings from Brooklyn-based newcomer Kellen 303. Five tracks who draw from the frenetic dance traditions of footwork and vogue music, set against the dark aesthetic of goth and industrial. Any producer who can successfully work in the same space as Venus X is worth a spin or two. 

Kemback
Carduelis

Geoff Wright - otherwise known as Kemback - occupies himself with many different professions (violinist, teacher, producer, to name a few). Kemback's history is fairly strong; having released records with features from people like DJ Bone, and recording with labels like Omena Records, he has built quite a name for himself. This vinyl is another taste into the intricate and eclectic work from a man as special as Kemback. 
  • Vinyl 10" (DUB008)
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Ken Boothe
Freedom Street

Reissue of an LP by the man they used to call ‘Mr. Rocksteady’. After a string of hits for Studio One in the 60s, Ken Boothe took his style to Leslie Kong’s Beverley Records in 1970. Freedom Street, the resulting album, is full of great songs - the title track is a masterpiece of Jamaican soul - and proves a great outlet for Boothe’s wonderful, Wilson Pickett-esque voice. This is the first-ever vinyl reissue, courtesy of Real Gone Music.

Kensington Gore
Hexagon

Stephen Wood and Scott Gubbels make up Kensington Gore, a duo who dabble in driving electronics, spacey soundscapes and motorik propulsion. Hexagon is dark and has an oppressive terror brought about by stabbing synth work, however, this is matched by a lightness of touch, production-wise, and a certain melodic nouse. Thurston Moore is among their celebrity fans. LP only on More Than Human.

Kero & Gotshell
Perindsor EP

Kero and Gotshell pair up for Blueprint’s 20th anniversary, providing a four track EP of dark techy electronica rooted firmly in the techno sphere. With the cold, knife-like precision of Autechre or Emptyset and with a kick so deep it sounds as if it is coming from noisy housemates downstairs, headphones or (and) subwoofers required.

Keston Cobblers Club
Almost Home

A follow up to their 2015 critically acclaimed album, Almost Home is the latest release from Keston Cobblers Club. A genuine show of warmth and community based music that combines folk with country, paired with a modern ‘poppy’ feel to it; catchy lyrics and dazzling musicianship is shown on this record. Available on Vinyl LP and CD.
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Kevin Krauter
Toss Up

A mirage of indie rock and old-school glitz comes into focus on Kevin Krauter's Toss Up, his first full record of songs. Nine in total, they reflect a period of time hauled away with guitars and throwback keyboards, which he wasn't too hot at playing -- learning on the sly, he's made a record that leans on '80s new wave and '90s alt rock for comfort. 

Kiki Hitomi
Karma No Kusari

This is officially being labeled as a Reggae album. Karma No Kusari by Kiki Hitomi could however fit into a myriad of genre - is it sweet candy pop, with songs such as Pink No Kimono having a sickly-sweet feeling. How about psychedelic pop, especially prevalent in the title track which is a distorted collection of sound. Check this one out and decide for yourself.   

kiKu & Blixa Bargeld & Black Cracker
Eng, Düster und Bang

kiKu & Blixa Bargeld & Black Cracker brings together kiKu who describe themselves as an “avant-garde machine” and Blixa Bargeld, a German singer with the band Einstürzende Neubauten. Together they make Eng, Düster und Bang, an experimental electronic album with spoken word and beautiful brass elements merging into clunking synths.    

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Gumboot Soup

Clogging up pressing plants everywhere once again are King Gizzard. Their last one came on so many formats that we almost had a nervous breakdown so we are pleased that this comes on just two. Orange vinyl or CD. Simples. Expect more enthusiastically diverse psych rock from the band who never know when to stop. 

Kink Gong
Tibetan Buddhism Trip

So field recorder Laurent Jeanneau decided it was a good idea to release his recordings of ethnic minorities and their music under the name Kink Gong. He was wrong of course but either way we have a beguiling recording from Tibet and Yunnan in China which has been recomposed by Jeanneau in Berlin to form Tibetan Buddhism Trip.

Kirlian Camera
Helden Platz

Another classic eighties Italodisco remastered 12" here at Norman Records: Kirlian Camera’s exciting 1987 single Helden Platz (that’s German for Heroes’ Square). Vocals are courtesy of Simona Buja on this up-tempo dark-wave synth-pop track. Produced by the Rick Rubin of Italodisco, Oderso Rubini. Includes an extended mix as well as original B-side Burial.
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Kit 'n C.L.A.W.S
Urn Of Stilled Sorrows EP

The tree-wreckers are back. It's Squirrels release no. 2, Kit 'n C.L.A.W.S -- Squirrels On Film's Brian Hock and SanFran man Kit Clayton -- and the Urn Of Stilled Sorrows EP: a swimmy-headed trip for inter-dimensional dancers. Clayton 'n' Hock's sound worlds meld smoothly, where subterranean chords grind and groove against swooning woodwind atmospheres, 303 squelches and meandering synth melodies. A mesmeric 12".
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kj
spells

Haunting and evocative late night hazy classical is the name of the game from this composer who takes the Caretaker's sense of dissolving drift and applies it to comfortable swathes of strings. It's kind of like listening to a classical station come in and out of view on your grandad's long wave radio on Christmas Eve. It's also snowing. Beautiful relaxation. 

Klashnekoff
FTLT

FTLT was released in 2012 and was the last time we’ve heard from east london rapper Klashnekoff. S.O.N. Records thought it was about time it was brought to vinyl for the masses. BIIIG hip hop beats from Beat Butcha and Red Spyda guest productions fit seamlessly alongside Klashnekoff’s high energy and chest pounding style.

Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook
The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol. 1

The legendary Klaus Schulze and his similarly synth-toting pal Pete Namlook loved their Pink Floyd, like any good psychedelic travellers would, and they carried this inspiration over to their Dark Side Of The Moog series. These ain’t covers though: the material here on Volume One is space-synth ambient music on an epic scale. Double LP release from Music On Vinyl.

Klyne
Don't Stop / Water Flow

Klyne are a Dutch group making electro-pop that manages to be proper pop (e.g. you could play it on the radio and use it on stylish adverts) as well as proper electro (e.g. the synths bite just right). Their Don’t Stop / Water Flow EP contains four tracks of this, and is priced extremely reasonably too. 12” on Because Music.
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Kohl
Learned Ethics / Imposed Ethics

New year, new UMOR tape batch! Granted it's March by now but let me live. Kohl offers some melodies here while deviating through forms that ambient's lived through and new ones it could take on. Dub techno makes an appearance, but the record maintains warm, textural bliss in every shift it takes.
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Koichi Namiki, Katsuhiro Hayashi and Tohru Nakabayashi
Galaxy Force II & Thunder Blade

London’s Data Discs continue their impressive work souring and releasing retro game soundtracks to vinyl with two soundtracks on one. Sourcing the audio from the original arcade games Galaxy Force II (1988) and Thunder Blade (1987) by Koichi Namiki, Katsuhiro Hayashi and Tohru Nakabayashi. With extra goodies of a full band arrangement of Beyond The Galaxy from Galaxy Force II by Hiroshi Kawaguchi and three bonus tracks that weren’t used on Thunder Blade.
  • Vinyl LP (DATA10)
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Kösmonaut
Songs For Healing

Songs For Healing by Kosmonaut aka Patrick Park was inspired by and dedicated to his daughter who was diagnosed with Leukaemia last year. The synth soundscape is undeniably intense but also at times dusted with beautiful flourishes. Park has added tribal elements and noise to his usual brand of Berlin School synth music and progressive electronics. Cassette tape on These Are Not Records.
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Kuniyuki & Fumio Itabashi
Once Again

Now on vinyl for the first time, ‘Once Again’ from the 2009 album Walking in The Naked City is versatile producer Kuniyuki Takahashi’s collaboration with acclaimed jazz pianist Fumio Itabashi and German producer Henrik Schwarz (providing vocals) to create a clattering, groove-oozin’  piece of house fusion. On the flip is another excerpt from the album, ‘River’, a calmer affair with rippling piano, crackling percussion and wafting synth.

Kyle Craft
Full Circle Nightmare

Simpering Southern glam-rock warbler Kyle Craft returns to Sub Pop with a second diner jukebox-ready long player, Full Circle Nightmare. Painstakingly faithful to the seediest, most regretful and wistful sentiments of the genre, the music sounds precisely as Kyle looks: as if generated by some sort of Americana algorithm. Does he actually exist? I think we should be told! Available nonetheless in limited LP, unlimited LP, CD or cassette formats.

Kyle Craft
Dolls of Highland

Kyle Craft is a singer-songwriter with a very bold vocal style: he doesn’t restrain himself, that’s for sure, hollering his guts out as he delivers his impassioned lyrics. Dolls of Highland, his first record for Sub Pop, has a grand sweep to it, recalling the drama of gospel music and the tang of original rock and roll. Released in CD, LP and special ‘Loser Edition’ LP versions.

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things: Season 1 - Volume 2

1980’s horror series Stranger Things has been extremely well received for its careful reconstruction of 1980’s film tropes, and the soundtrack is no exception. Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have done a sterling job of absorbing all that John Carpenter and Vangelis, and have produced an addictive suite of motifs in the vintage style. Out on Invada.
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L.A. Law
Law & Order

A team-up of Gabe Fulvimar (Gap Dream) and Jessie Jones (Feeding People), this is a record of 80s-flavoured synth-pop that manages to sound both sleek and lo-fi at the same time. There’s a cool B-movie car-chase vibe to tracks like ‘Hiatus’ and ‘Happy Alteration’, while ‘Shivers’ is the sort of sexy strut that usually crops up on Italians Do It Better. As it is, it’s out via the always entertaining Burger Records.

L/F/D/M
Crocodiles in the Ceiling EP

Using his L/F/D/M alias, producer Richard Smith (who also works with Dom Butler of Factory Floor as Bronze Teeth and Green Gums) hits hard with the Crocodiles In The Ceiling EP, 4 tracks of take-no-prisoners, all-night banger-party music. 12” on the Ecstatic label, served up in a poly bag with an art insert.
  • Vinyl 12" (E019)
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L/F/D/M
Music Without Discipline


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La Féline
Royaume (feat. Laetitia Sadier and Mondkopf)

Some modern-day chansons from French artist La Feline here. Each side of Royaume contains two collaborations with a different guest - side A Stereolab’s Laetitia Sadier, side B the composer Mondkopf. The first pair come across like late-period Nick Cave meeting Julia Holter, all suspended-in-amber guitars and little coils of synth. On the flip, we get an epic rendering of Gerard Manset’s Comme un guerrier.

LA-4A
Slackline

Berlin-based Kevin McHugh, aka Ambivalent, joins forces with CPU under his latest alter ego, LA-4A. His newest, 'Slackline', is a four-track EP comprising uncompromising, unrelenting techno, seasoned with interwoven break beats, refined sampling and a veritable onslaught of dance-floor-ready bangers.

Lakker
Eris Harmonia EP

With records out on Blueprint, Stroboscopic Artefacts, and a slew of releases on R&S the Dublin based two piece Lakker move to Eotrax for their new EP. Dark ambient, techno and experimental they mix elements of Emptyset, Arca, and Autechre, bringing you into their cold, desolate and chaotic world.
  • Vinyl 12" (ETX003)
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Laksa
Workout EP

Laksa follows a slew of superb plates for Mistry, Timedance and Illian Tape with a limited edition 10-inch for Bedouin Records off-shoot label Bastakiya Tapes. 'Workout' is top-notch, eerie, clattering, techno ride through the neon lights of a futuristic cityscape. Meanwhile 'RAM' is a seething, acid/dub flecked trip, long into the night.
  • Vinyl 10" (BAS003)
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Lando Chill
The Boy Who Spoke to the Wind

With comparisons being made to Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, James Blake, and Saul Williams Lando Chill’s second album hits nerves production wise as well as thematically. Direct hip hop with atmosphere, eloquence and message at the forefront, story telling at a peak. LP from Mello Music Group.
  • Vinyl LP (MMG001001)
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Laraaji
Om Namah Shivaya

Probably most known for his release for Brian Eno’s ambient series Ambient 3: Day of Radiance, Laraaji crosses the lines between experimental ambient music and meditative trance states. Originally released on cassette in 1984, Om Namah Shivaya is a blurry casio keyboard piece backing his healing chanting vocals.
  • Vinyl LP (LR100LP)
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Lastminuteman
To Him Who Has Nothing

Intriguing debut EP from some shadowy figure or figures from Dublin. The five tracks are more or less variations on a dubbed-up house style, full of unpredictable interjections in the form of blurry chord stabs and stray snatches of melody over precariously rickety beats. It never quite falls apart, but maintains a lovely elusive and ambiguous vibe throughout. 

Lawson Benn
Heat Your Room For Eight Pence Per Day They Said EP

Lawson Benn, known for his Public Order NTS radio show but thus far lesser-spotted in terms of releases, now has the marvellously-titled Heat Your Room For Eight Pence Per Day They Said EP out on Lapsus Records. Three cutting-edge advanced techno originals from Benn, plus remixes from Moiré and Best Available Technology.
  • Vinyl 12" (LPS15)
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Le Officine Di Efesto (Donato Dozzy & Retina.it)
The Elements

Though their catalogue currently numbers under fifteen releases, Italy’s Spazio Disponibile are building a reputation as a voice to watch in European techno. They’ve scored another direct hit with The Elements, a five-track release from Le Officine Di Efesto (the collaborative project between Retina.it and label boss Donato Dozzy). The pair cover a lot of ground here, moving between slow and psychy DJ tools (‘Sulphur 16’), leftfield groove tracks (‘Plasma Hymn’) and far-out synth experimentation (‘Ode To Carbon’) with great control.
  • Vinyl 12" (SPAZIO013)
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LE$
Midnight Club

Hand-numbered vinyl version of the mixtape by LE$ (Boss Hogg Outlawz, Jet Life) produced by DJ Mr Rogers. Features LE$ doing a take on Childish Gambino’s Red Bone as well as a guest from Domo Genesis and co-production from  Stunt N Dozier and Bobby Earth. Top down, low riders, done. LP on Omerta.

Lea Porcelain
Lea Porcelain Remixed

Lea Porcelain Remixed features four tracks from the post-punk/electronica duo’s debut album Hymn To The Night. It was initially a widescreen, atmospheric kind of affair, let’s see what Ruede Hagelstein & Amin Fallaha, Scuba, Julien Bracht and Thom Sonny Green from Alt-J have done with it.
  • Vinyl 12" (LEAPR0012)
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Leo Anibaldi
Italian House

Italy’s Flash Forward Records are unearthing some of the stellar house music from their country’s past. This time it’s Leo Anibaldi with Italian House, a three track 12” of some deep, moody house, characterised by an Italian sense of class and refinement. A stellar reissue.   

Leonard Charles
Basement Donuts

As a reinterpreted edition of Dilla's seminal Donuts album, Basement Donuts is the squelching brainchild of New Zealand producer Leonard Charles. Clocking in at a mammoth thirty-one tracks, the release is impressively raw, live and composed in a crisp and layered fashion.
  • Vinyl LP (HNR 60)
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Leroy Hutson
Anthology: 1972 - 1984

We’re happy to let Acid Jazz bring us Anthology: 1972 - 1984, a comprehensive Leroy Hutson compilation. The collection brings together his Curtom recordings with two newly unearthed tracks. His Newark home was a rich, fertile source of Soul -- including George Clinton’s Parliaments and the Manhattans. Hutson was soon working with Carla Thomas and Donny Hathaway. His solo Curtom sides swiftly became sought after and inspirational to many. Double LP / single CD.

Levels
Levels

Umor Rex continue a prolific release period with another cassette of electronic explorations. This time it's a minimal workout for drum machine, synths and samplers. The result is a dynamic and detailed sound world with shades of Selected Ambient Works, electro and electronica influences and primitive era techno.

Liam Gallagher
As You Were

Ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher announces his long awaited solo debut album. Oasis fans will be very happy, Liam has stated that it is not a space jazz odyssey or any bizarre out there stuff, just straight up, Rolling Stones influenced classics done how he wants them. Comes in a variety of options and formats including limited white vinyl on Warner Bros.

Liam Gallagher
Wall of Glass

"A man with a fork in a world full of soup" was brother Noel Gallagher's droll description of perma-angry brother Liam. However the latter's post Oasis music hasn't been significantly worse than his supposedly more talented brother. This, his first solo effort, is a vibrant, highly polished effort but crucially has that early Oasis swagger in the vocal.

LIFE
Grown Up

It had to happen sometime. We’ve entered the era which we could call post-Slaves, but we’ll more charitably call post-Sleaford Mods. LIFE - who have an album called Popular Music, but neither of these songs are on it - do a sprightly sort of Sex Pistols-with-a-drum-machine thing on ‘Grown Up’. It’s also quite similar to that song from Nathan Barley called ‘Terrorists Are Gay’.
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Lifesick
6.0.1.

Lifesick is a new band made up of former members of Spinkick. That band wasn’t exactly lightweight (they tended to sound like they were charging towards you in order to kick your head in), but Lifesick is an even more blackened and ferocious hardcore prospect. 6.0.1. is released by Southern Lord.
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Limb
Saboteurs Of The Sun

Londoners Limb are back with this snazzy orange/green vinyl, their third album on New Heavy Sounds, a driving record packed with heavy fuzz, sludgy doom and bubbling synthesisers. Throw in some screaming organs and reverential choruses and you've got yourself a swampy, intergalactic party. A groove-filled listen. 

Lindstrom
Didn't Know Better

Possibly Norway’s finest disco export Lindstrøm returns after his incredible 2017 album It's Alright Between Us As It Is with a brand new track Didn’t Know Better. Five tracks with three edits, a remix and an acapella version. If you like your disco Nu and fresh, this is your man. 12” vinyl on Smalltown Supersound.

LIVELOVES
Soap/ALL 4 U

Made up from members (or ex members) of Boredoms, Tokyo Bravo, NXS/AOA, OOIOO, and Funni & Tutti. Making a total of 5 guitarists… bringing odd 80s new wave punk via shimmering korean pop. Trust me, it is odd. Great. But odd. Like musak played by Deerhoof on the beach. Features a remix from DJ Nozaki. Highly limited vinyl on LL Records.
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Lizzy Farrall
All I Said Was Never Heard

I’m not saying it’s been a long time since we heard some straightforward lady-fronted indiepop here at Norman Records, but Lizzy Farrall’s debut EP is still a welcome addition. All I Said Was Never Heard showcases a touch of the dramatic and a knack for lush and catchy songwriting, and features her first singles Pack of Wolves and Broken Toy.

LogarDecay
FRGL

LogarDecay’s second LP sees the Mexico City duo crafting heady electronica in the mould of Boards of Canada and other Ghost Box acts. Cuts like ‘To Be Kind’ feature whirring keyboard drones that flicker with chattering voices, and like other cuts here it later reveals a neat way with harmony and melody. Out via Umor Rex (Brett Naucke, Terence Hannum).

LOR
Mystery To The Viewer EP

Warm drop this four-track EP from Northern Ireland’s Lunar Orbit Rendezvous aka LOR. Like fellow Belfast native Space Dimension Controller, LOR’s brand of techno has a nice cosmic tinge to it. However, on Mystery To The Viewer, the aesthetic is more calculated than the full-blown Detroit worship of SDC. Only on booming closer ‘White Light’ does LOR really let rip. Earlier in the EP the title track and ‘In This Detail’ combine minimal grooves with expressive synth pads, while ‘Oriole’ has a bit of an acid tang.
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Lord Huron
Vide Noir

I hope Lord Huron are okay. Their new album Vide Noir, meaning 'empty black', is an indie folk communion with the void. Assuming the seasons continue their endless deferral it might be the ideal album to listen to this supposed 'spring'. Haunting but warm, Lord Huron are the ideal companion to face the darkness. 

Lord Of The Isles
DFSANT03

Well within the techno realm lies an approach that uses production as a means to abstraction. The 'DFSANT' series explores this concept, and on the third outing burns the rule book several times over through lofi sound walls, emotionally obscure melodiousness and distinct links to nostalgic electronica.
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Lorenzo Senni
XAllegroX​ ​/​ ​The​ ​Shape​ ​of​ ​Trance​ ​to​ ​Come

The rave voyeur himself returns with another piece of deconstructed club goodness. ‘XAllegroX’ and ‘The Shape of Trance To Come’ (great names) are sort of in the same line as the recent rave revivalism of Special Request, Lone and Bad Sneakers Club Records. However, the element of hyperreality to the cuts and the inherent maximalism of Senni’s beloved trance music mean that the more obvious touchstone is SOPHIE.
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Louis Guilliaume
Born Free 29

Rotterdam producer Louis Guillaume drops three wads of awkwardly funky techno for Born Free. In so doing, he betrays his true identity as Akai’s hardest-working product tester. Between his gritty production and highly playful style, Guillaume manages to get some outrageous grooves going. What’s more, the acid synth on one of these cuts is as gleefully squelchy as a pair of wellied feet tapdancing across a muddy field.
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LTD
LTD

Canadian garage legend King Khan and Michigan punk Sean Wood (The Spits) have formed what has proved to be a mind-blowing double act, Louder Than Death, LTD for short. Inspired by sci-fi, the duo cook up some pretty classic sounding dumb-ass punk rock. There’s an album out later in the year for which they’ve augmented their line-up with Aggy and Looch from Russian psychobilly band The Magnetix. 12” EP on In The Red.

Ludgate Squatter
U.K. Steel EP

Glaswegian imprint West End Communications (Perth Drug Legend, Obstrct) drop an EP from Ludgate Squatter. U.K. Steel really lives up to its name, containing as it does four dirty, rasping techno jams and a (slightly) softer closer, the Ross From Friends-esque ‘Off Days’. Of the meatier cuts, DMX Krew tributes ‘Almost’ and ‘Believe’ are the highlights.
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Luis Perez
Ipan In Xiktli Metzli

Interesting one, this. Luis Perez was one of the first people to undertake detailed research on the pre-colonial musical traditions of his native Mexico. In the early 80s, after almost a decade of travelling the country and recording the folk musics of the Maya, Nahuatl, Mazateco, Yoemem, Comcaac, Raramuri, Wixarika and other ethnic groups, the Mexican government sponsored Perez to make an LP that fused some of these sounds with his own brand of psychedelic electronica. The resulting LP, Ipan In Xiktli Metzli (Nahuatl for In The Navel Of The Moon), began a resurgence in interest in native Mexican music that continues to this day. Heard now, the likes of ‘Ketzalkoatl Yauh Miktlan’ could have been an influence on Animal Collective’s Feels. This reissue from Mr. Bongo includes the original listening instructions. 

Luke Howard
Open Heart Story

Here is Australian Music Prize nominated composer and pianist Luke Howard with the reflective Open Heart Story - a contemporary classical record that concerns itself with the ageing process and childhood memories. Titles like ‘In Metaphor, Solace’, ‘Elysian Fields’ and ‘I Still Dream About You, Sometimes But Not Always’ suggest a work which wears its open heart on its sleeve. 
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Lynn Castle
Rose Colored Corner

As a remastered compendium of Lynn Castle's unreleased works, this forgotten slice of 1960s gold has finally been resurrected into a Trump-dominated, social media ruled age it could never have foreseen. Rose Colored Corner is Castle's vision through rose-tinted glasses - a forgotten and lush island of refuge. 

Mac Quayle
Mr. Robot: Original Television Series Soundtrack Volume 3

Mac Quayle hit the heights with his soundtrack to season 2 of Mr. Robot, but for Mr. Robot: Original Television Series Soundtrack Volume 3, he surpases even that. Of course, he has a pretty classy pedigree, soundtracking Nicholas Winding Refn movies Drive and Only God Forgives and Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers along with Cliff Martinez. There's a fancy limited red splatter vinyl version if you're quick enough, otherwise you've got black vinyl or CD to choose from.

Malevolent Creation
The Ten Commandments

Dating from 1991, this is the debut album of Florida death metal outfit Malevolent Creation, a vintage example of desolate and ferocious death. The Ten Commandments is gloriously twisted and blackened, and deserves a central place in the pantheon of the American death metal greats. Reissued on vinyl by Listenable Records.

Malphino
Visit Malphino

Ooh this is a fun one. Visit Malphino is an sonic advert for the imaginary tropical island of Malphino. The group, while based in London, hail from places as far-flung as Japan, Malaysia, Colombia and The Philippines. Taking cumbia as a jumping-off point, the group mix the Colombian sound with styles as disparate as rumba and Brazilian forro, all played by a band led by accordion, organ and tuba. The resulting LP is a wry, fun listen that recalls Meridian Brothers.

Man Power
Sonic Pressure

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

Mana
Creature EP

You may know Mana from another life. He used to release as Vaghe Stelle, and he remains part of the lauded One Circle group. That said, he’s now looking to strip away any artifice and confront himself through music, hence the change of moniker. The music on Creature is dense, claustrophobic electronica in the vein of producers like Arca and Fatima Al Qadiri.

Map 71
Gloriosa

Map 71 are the Brighton powerhouse duo of ever-busy drummer Andy Pyne (who has recently played with Boredoms and Man Forever) and performance poet Lisa Jayne, who also provides the artwork. Gloriosa is a pummelling set of tracks that stimulates every part of you with the killer combo of fierce words, sharp electronics and intense rhythms. Edition of 60 cassettes on Fourth Dimension.
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MAP Vs DJ Haus
X-Mod EP

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

Margo Price
Paper Cowboy

Folky country bumpkin Margo Price dons her cowboy hat and trusty acoustic (maybe a backing band too) for a pair of limited 7" singles on none other than Third Man records. The singles comprise two halves of an EP, so make sure you don't just get half an EP because you'll just be wondering what could have been. Paper Cowboy is said to be built for the summer festival circuit, so get them while they're (it's still) hot !

Maria Rita Stumpf
Brasileira Remixes

Maria Rita's Cântico Brasileiro No.3 started life as a suspenseful oddity swathed in winds sounds and vocals delivered like an intense sermon. Following the trend of dancefloor reworks, this and  Lamento Africano/Rictus from the same album are up to date as sassy, deep club destroyers.

Marine
Fable Electric

Ah.....ah. Got you. The press release days 'all female' so if anyone wants to get upset then the band presumably endorse that characterisation. Anyway they play a kind of blend of grunge, dream pop and folk which has led to tours across Europe and even support from the paragons of taste at 6 Music.   

Mario Diaz De Leon
Sanctuary

Mario Diaz de Leon presents his classical composition side with this recording of the single album-length piece Sanctuary, recorded with TAK Ensemble. As well as Mario’s synthesiser, the piece is built out of marimba bass clarinet, flute, violin and some high-reaching soprano vocals. Remarkable, fully-developed work. On Denovali.

Mark Broom
One Sound / Myth EP

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