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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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Officer!
Never Mind The Bucket

Never Mind The Bucket is a live recorded, compilation album from the band Officer!. The recorded setlist includes songs from the band’s album Dead Unique as well as some very well constructed covers. The album is both humorous and marvellously clever, showing Mick Hobbs’ personality at its greatest. Available on Vinyl LP.
  • Vinyl LP (BEBICA002)
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  • Limited edition
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Olivier Mellano with Brendan Perry
No Land

Olivier Mellano has put together a fairly epic sprawl of a piece here, titled No Land. With Dead Can Dance’s Brendan Perry, a 20-piece choir and the 30-piece bagpipes etc. ensemble Bagad de Cesson-Sevigne all contributing, Mellano has created a vibrant blend of traditional and contemporary musics. Released by World Village.

Om Unit
Self

Two LPs-worth of weighty new tracks from Om Unit, delivering just as deep into the personal psyche as into the pathways of sub-basslines and cold synths. Self is plenty potent in instrumental form, but several tracks feature guest vocals from Rider Shafique, DRS and Amos. Dance tracks and home tracks, all good tracks. On Cosmic Bridge.

Omar S
Hit It Bubba

The one and only Omar S lays down his trademark groovy house on 12" vinyl for the FXHE label. i696 sees the Detroit veteran crafting four tracks of strange, soulful dancefloor killers that draw from his unique approach to house,as well as his encyclopedic musical knowledge. No one else makes them like this anymore.

OMD
The Punishment of Luxury: B Sides & Bonus

Supplementing OMD’s recent album The Punishment of Luxury, this collection gathers up the b-sides, remixes (by the likes of Manhattan Clique and Chicky & Coco), 80’s-style extended versions and other extras from the sessions. That ought to help the band finish their Christmas shopping! Available via 100% on 100% genuine CD format.

Omer Coleman Jr.
Lovin

'Lovin "Babe" Sure Is Fun (Instrumental)' is an amazing 'Acid Boogie' cut from Omer Coleman Jr. (aka Starship Commander Woooo Woooo) with crisp Roland 808 drums and infectious TB303 bassline, and could be considered proto-acid house. Originally issued as a now ultra-rare 7" on his own Remo label way back in 1985. The vocal edit is also included alongside the instrumental electro-funker of 'No Good'.
  • Vinyl 12" (LER1014)
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omrr
Devils for my Darling

Their previous outing came on the loveliest of warm drone labels Eilean, and now omrr show up for Dronarivm with a release of densely textured microambient. Full of sounds as tiny and active as little insects, Omar El Abd creates busy but beautiful music, both recording environments and processing them back into glitched loveliness.

Onra
Nobody Has To Know

With the gritty, non-fi Chinoiseries trilogy officially concluded, Onra returns somewhat to the crispy, soulful retrofunk style found on 2010’s Long Distance. He’s clearly quite at home within broken-beat neo-funk’s juxtaposition between whiffy 1980s cheese and the contemporary excess of sidechain punches. As the title suggests, Nobody Has To Know sees the Parisian tuning this style to the sensual aromas of glitzy, adulterous intrigue.

Opio
Wounded Healer

New solo EP from west coast rapper Opio, who most known for his work in groups Souls Of Mischief, and Hieroglyphics. Comes with three takes on the title track featuring Homeboy Sandman interspersed with three versions of Galvanometer. FFO Stones Throw, Aesop Rock’s leftfield approaches to boom bap.
  • Vinyl LP (LR112LP)
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Orson
For The Head / The Past Is A Dream

After a good few releases spent overseeing and curating proceedings, Version label head Orson puts a couple of his own tunes into circulation. For The Head / The Past Is A Dream is a properly low-slung pair of sub-bass rollers, pitched to half-step speed and fine-tuned to devastating effect. 12” release, necessary for all serious dubbers.

Örvar Smárason
Light Is Liquid

Twenty years after co-founding múm back in 1997, Örvar Smárason at last takes a dip solo with the rather trippily-titled Light is Liquid. Órvar’s touch in múm is traceable in the brittle melancholy, twee cuteness and rattling early 2000s bedroom electronica beats of these songs - especially the two featuring Sillas. But the album also reaches further into graceful synthpop territory.

Oscar Mulero
Pattern Series 4 Remixes Part II

Remix pack from PoleGroup/Warm Up boss and prolific techno veteran Oscar Mulero. This second 12” of Pattern Series album reworkings features takes from Taapion’s Shlømo, Enklav’s Chevel the minimal maestro Donato Dozzy himself. Deep, winding and ready to make a dent on any dedicated dancefloor.
  • Vinyl 12" (WU50-B)
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Other Lands
Pattern Transform

Oh here we go, here's a colourful thing, one foot in sumptuous tropical island-house, another in quirky downbeat electronica. Richly composed and beautifully groovy, this release is hard to place but none of that really matters to be honest, the vibes are light and shimmering and categorisation can melt away.
  • Vinyl 12" (FIREC025)
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  • Limited edition

Over The Rhine
Ohio

Over The Rhine are a American(a) folk band that has grown up around a husband and wife duo. 2003’s double album Ohio is perhaps their magnum opus, using its length to showcase the band’s considerable range, from deep piano-song melancholy to pedal steel rhythmic shuffle. This double vinyl reissue of Ohio is released by Great Speckled Dog.
  • Vinyl Double LP (LPGSD104)
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O’Flynn
Pluto's Beating Heart / Eleven

After self releasing and a couple of 12”s on Blip Discs, London based producer O’Flynn makes a move onto Ninja tune with his latest two tracker. After garnering praise from Four Tet and Bonobo he builds on his percussively focussed sound, building it up to a euphoric-synth laser reacher.

Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 2

Kai Hugo returns as Palmbomen II to re-invoke his memories of Cindy. Pt 2 continues the energy of his initial instalment; those high bpm's are present and correct in the pure house grooves and acid crescendos. But there are also meditative moments amongst the frenetic percussive grooves. For those wistfully reflective moments. Atmosphere, always atmosphere: limited Beats In Space 12".
  • Vinyl 12" (BIS028)
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Palta
Universel

Delicate, fourth-world electronics from Palta (one Natal Zaks, hailing from Denmark). The five tracks on offer dabble in Hassel-esque intercultural textures with rippling granules of jazzy percussion, laid across an overall style lounging somewhere between chillout and sci-fi ambient. Charming stuff from Melody As Truth’s final twelve of the year.

Panoptique Electrical
Disappearing Music For Face

Coming out on the always lovely Sound in Silence label, this is a captivating album from Jason Sweeney an Australian composer who also records under the name Pretty Boy Crossover and was behind last years Great Panoptique Winter project with Hood's Richard Adams.  This album is made up of eleven compositions comprising of gentle piano, reverbed drones and carefully layered electronic beats which will appeal to fans of Harold Budd as well as A Winged Victory For the Sullen. 

Panoptique Electrical
Quiet Ecology

Australian composer Panoptique Electrical (one Jason Sweeney) elists cellist Zoë Barry to accompany some of his gentle trips across the ivories for this limited Sound in Silence release. Inspired by his search for quiet spaces in several cities down under, Sweeney & Barry mirror the peacefulness of these few spots of respite. They do so, however, not without an obvious touch of mournful disdain for the ceaseless noise of civilisation.

Panthera Krause
Solar System

After a couple of EPs on Riotvand and Uncanny Valley, Panthera Krause returns to Lobster Theramin with a huge EP filled to the brim with all corners of dance music covered. Acidic house, driving arpeggiated techno, and a couple of deep and chilled numbers. Pretty useful, a track for every time of day.
  • Vinyl 12" (LTWHT009)
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Partisan
We Have Been So Terribly Betrayed

Partisan is a post-punk project set up by players from Oathbreaker, Maudlin, and Rise and Fall. You can disregard their previous bands as they are strict with their genre-ethics. Their second LP holds six dark and dreamy pop tracks, chorus drenched guitars, big reverbs and a Rickenbacker that pushes through the haze. LP on Hypertension.
  • Vinyl LP (HYPE030LP)
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Passarani / Evan Michael
ICU / Granite Cradle

Two tracks apiece from Passarani and Evan Michael, each sleekly mixing their chosen blend of acid, techno and italo disco to the perfect proportions. ICU / Granite Cradle is a highly-detailed set of productions, but it also wastes no time getting to the point: total dancefloor power. 12” on the Cin Cin label.

Paul Draper
EP Two

Remember the band Mansun? They blessed the late 90s with an ambitious and unique style of alt-rock which rejected the Britpop formula that preceded it. Now their frontman Paul Draper is building up to a solo release with two EPs. EP Two is the second one... obviously. Expect hard-hitting alt-rock maximalism with poetic storytelling and a formidable voice that generates a decent amount of 90s nostalgia. Released as Vinyl 12" and CD on Kscope.

Paul Draper
Spooky Action

The press release states that Paul Draper was frontman of one "one of the most iconic bands of the late '90s". The band they are talking about is - unbelievably  - Mansun. They did though have a large cult following who have followed Draper into his solo work ensuring that his latest shows were regularly sold out. This will be much anticipated not least that the special super duper vinyl contains a mix by one idea post rock mainstays Public Service Broadcasting.  

Paul McCartney
McCartney

Universal have a full brace of Paul McCartney reissues to show off, giving the listening public an opportunity to examine the Beatle’s solo work once more. McCartney was his very first, released in 1970 and recorded in secret while his main band was still just about active. Paul plays almost every single part of the album, which has a nice and loose feel to it. CD and LP reissues.

Pearl Jam
Binaural

We Are Vinyl present a reissue of Pearl Jam’s sixth album, 2000’s Binaural. True to the title, the record does indeed feature some use of binaural recording techniques, so you can experience Pearl Jam in totally immersive super-stereo. The band put some of that experimentation into the style of the music too. Double LP reissue.

Pépé Bradock
Baby Craddock

Pépé Bradock is the mischievous Parisian producer with a flair for mixing it up stylistically. Here he also plays around with identity, declaring that he is now Baby Craddock instead. Whatever that might mean, these six tracks provide plenty to enjoy, from flicker-pulsing dark acid to wild house. Baby Craddock is out on the Atavisme label.
  • Vinyl 12" (ATA003)
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  • Limited edition
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Pepe Bradock
#12"@last

Pepe Bradock, the man who brought us the floor-fillers 'Deep Burnt' and 'Swimsuit Issue 1789' is back with a two-tracker on his own Atavisme imprint. His new 12" -- quirkily entitled #12"@last --  promises us more of his twisted deep-house style with and without filters. Fresh! Ask for it by name in your local HMV. 
  • Vinyl 12" (ATA017)
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Pepe Bradock
4

12” with remasters of two classic Pepe Bradock tracks from their original tapes with guidance from the Parisian house stalwart. Originally released in 2003, both tracks are peculiar but always danceable, with Intrusion in particular bringing a bit of musique concrète to the club. It even comes in the original artwork!

Perc
Ma

Intensive industrial techno from Perc. Ma proves that no matter how many electronic-noise upstarts appear Perc’s metallic EBM still rules. On this vinyl 12” the abrasive kick drums and distorted snares are also balanced by compositional nuance; subtle gamelan influences and abstract electroacoustic elements.

Permission
Contagious Life

The debut album from London hardcore crew Permission lands like a concrete punch but faster. Contagious Life is eight tracks of breakneck energy and furious frustration: all yr favourite elements The vinyl release comes along with a insert of lyrics and a download code, and is released by La Vida Es Un Mus.
  • Vinyl LP (MUS151)
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Permit
Permit Vol. 1

Ha! Brilliant! They’re not wrong. Indiana based Permit sound like a double time Thin Lizzy, a raucous and fun filled affair with a garage punk-rock flare. Injected with Zeke like energy it’s house party madness to full effect, will get you up on your feet and dancing, but with sub two minute tracks they leave you sweaty and wanting more. Cheeky little buggers.
  • Vinyl 7" (FP1590)
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Person Of Interest
Boost The Whip (I-95 Mix)

With his releases on L.I.E.S., Royal Oak and Russian Torrent, Person Of Interest is more than adept and holding us in the 90s and the golden ages of dance music, but Boost The Whip is huge chunky slab of nostalgia pressed onto a single side of wax. Everything you need to know about breaks based house is right here.

Person Of Interest
Down For Your Fantasy EP

Person Of Interest deposits four new tracks in your lap in the form of a 12”. Down For Your Fantasy is an EP of juicy house goodness, richly stocked with lively breakbeats and booming bassline throb. Vivid listening, and even more vivid dancing. 12” EP on the Unknown To The Unknown label.
  • Vinyl 12" (UTTU077)
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Petar Dundov & Marc Romboy
Caper Tran EP

Caper Tran is the first collaborative release between Petar Dundov (Music Man, Cocoon) and Watergate favourite (Innervisions, Systematic). The record features a track per side, and both ‘Gardens Of Cyrus’ and the almost-eponymous ‘Caper Tram’ are the sort of melodious deep house jams that have kept Dixon in business all these years.

Pete Ellison
Breakforcist (Original Soundtrack)

Here's an unusual one. It's making me hungry, in fact. With the design of the white vinyl depicting a sunny-side-up egg, Pete Ellison sees his breakfast-themed record matched by the visual aesthetic. The music on the record is the soundtrack to Breakforcist: a breakfast-and-exorcism-themed endless brick-breaking arcade game. The world's first of its kind, probably. Includes download card for the full OST. On Yetee records.
  • Vinyl 7" (YTR-00005)
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Peter Doherty
Kolly Kibber

This single, taken from Pete Doherty’s recent Hamburg Demonstrations album, references the doomed character from Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock novel: Kolly Kibber, whose death sparks off the whole plot. The track is backed by a live rendition of the none-more-Doherty song ‘Weed Smoker’s Dream’. White label 7” on BMG.
  • Vinyl 7" (4050538286182)
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Peter Harris
Adverts!

Eccentric artist and musician Peter Harris, from London band Piper’s Son, doesn’t know how to describe the music on his new solo album, Adverts, so I’ll have a go. It’s a teeny bit Elliott Smith and a teeny bit Roy Harper, with some cosmic oddball elements thrown in. He seems to have the backing of Lee ’Scratch’ Perry and Adrian Sherwood too. Vic Goddard guests. LP on Trashmouth Records.
  • Vinyl LP (TMR15LP)
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Peter, Bjorn and John
Breakin' Point

Swedish trio Peter, Bjorn and John were going to call their 7th album Thriller 2, which would have been nice. In the end they plumped for Breaking Point. In contrast to the power pop sound on their previous album Gimme Some they’ve gone for big pop songs here, influenced by the ease with which fellow Swedes Abba made it all look so easy.

Phantom Horse
Als Ob

German experimental electronic duo Phantom Horse have readjusted their sound for their new album Als Ob. Fans shouldn’t worry too much though, their unconventional minimalist approach à la Moondog and the Cabaret Voltare-influenced electronica still form much of their sound adding an eerie quality John Carpenter uses to soundtrack his films.
  • Vinyl LP (UR105)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Phase90
Absonia

Extremely deep business from echospace [detroit] producer Phase90, who used field recordings from Detroit’s Masonic Temple in order to imbue the record with a supernatural darkness. Absonia, which was recorded for an art installation last year, is pitch-black ambient space dub, just the way you echospace [detroit] fans love it.

Phew
Light Sleep

Tokyo singer / producer Phew has fronted the punk band Aunt Sally and collaborated with Boredoms, Einsturzende Neubauten and half of Can over the years, so she’s evidently got the chops. On Light Sleep she has created some incredible songs for electronics and voice: some drift languidly while others erupt. LP release on Mesh-Key, limited to 500 copies.
  • Vinyl LP (MKY020)
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Phono Ghosts
Solar Dream Reel

Apparently Phono Ghosts aka Neil Scrivin aka Meatbingo (Skam) crafts his music by trawling charity shop cassettes for hidden goodness, or even hidden badness: it’s all going to be cut and spliced, chopped and screwed anyway. The double vinyl release Solar Dream Reel has a strange and groovy vibe: as the project name suggests, you can feel the spirits of the old music pushing through from the other side of the mix. On Fonolith.

Physical Therapy
Time Saving Tips For DJ's Vol. 1

Four house-rooted club tracks make up this energetic EP on Exotic Dance. Starting out with a barnstorming disco edit, the EP then moves onto a charged but atmospheric piano led cut. The B side takes things into a more abstract territory with distorted, broken beats before finishing on a low key rave tip.
  • Vinyl 12" (EDR007)
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Piero Piccioni
Al Cinema Con Piero Piccioni

Though he may be better known in recent years for being sampled by DJ Khaled and Soulja Boy as well as having one of his pieces used to soundtrack a scene in The Big Lebowski, Italian composer Piero Piccioni had a long and distinguished career as a film composer. Al Cinema Con Piero Piccioni, originally released by RCA in 1968 and now back in print thanks to Sonor Music Editions, is a collection of movie themes that serves as a neat introduction to a body of work that spans over 300 film scores. With a stronger penchant jazz and big band than contemporaries like Ennio Morricone, these are prime examples of mid-20th Century Library Music.

Pink Floyd
The Final Cut

The Pink Floyd vinyl reissuing machine rolls around to two of the group’s latter day albums, thus completing the roster. The Final Cut is their 1983 twelfth album, and their last one with Roger Waters. It features lots of Waters’ Falklands-related anti-war anger, giving a bitter bite to many of the songs here. It has been remastered, and is available on vinyl for the first time in decades on Pink Floyd Records.
  • Vinyl LP (0190295996956)
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Pinklunch
Pinklunch

Trevor Jackson has a new label on which to expose tracks from his archives to the light for the first time. Release number one on ‘Pre_’ is some of his Pinklunch material, featuring members of C.A.R. and Nitzer Ebb as well as Trevor’s own meaty production. These tracks were made in 2003, but have never been properly released until now! CD release.
  • CD (PRECD1)
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Ploy
Footprints In A Solid Rock (Beatrice Dillon / Peder Mannerfelt Remixes)

A startling bill makes up this one for Timedance. Reworks of Ploy's low-key, dubby squelch piece "Footprints In a Solid Rock" come from hero Beatrice Dillon, who dissolves the drums and heightens the dub, and Peder Mannerfelt, whose lurching techno experiments continue as he attempts to straddle his own punchy sound with the minimal leanings of Ploy. Aye!
  • Vinyl 12" (TIMEDANCE011)
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POLIÇA and s t a r g a z e
Music For The Long Emergency

The interesting pairing of Polica and s t a r g a z e, (an electronics-focused pop group and a chamber orchestra respectively) return for an album of original collaborative material, following on from their recent Steve Reich album. Music For The Long Emergency fully enmeshes the groups’ sounds, with grand and intriguing results. On Transgressive.

Popol Vuh
Die Nacht Der Seele - Tantric Songs

Florian Fricke’s avant-garde electronic experimental group Popol Vuh joined moog synthesizers with percussion and instrumentation, as well as scoring many of Werner Herzog’s films. Originally released in 1979 and not seen on vinyl since 1984 Wah Wah have brought this percussive ambient beast back to life with a bonus track and liner notes from Dolf Mulder.

Population One
The Move / The Move (Orlando Voorn Remix)

Disorientating techno from Terrance Dixon’s reemerging Population One moniker. One of the godfathers of Detroit techno and long-time collaborator of Juan Atkins, Dixon hasn’t stopped pushing and The Move shows there is a lot more of the rabbit hole to explore. Backed with a remix from Orlando Voorn.
  • Vinyl 12" (RHM 024)
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Porches
The House

Porches, aka Aaron Maine, began work on his third album, The House, straight after his last, and most successful album to date, Pool, was finished. He spent a year-and-a-half perfecting his musically upbeat electro sound. The House features guest appearances from, among others, Sandy (Alex G), Dev Hynes, and even his own dad. LP and CD on Domino.

Posatronix
Danz EP

Some nice 90s electro-funk here courtesy of Posatronix. Originally released in 1997, Danz is now a window into a time when Detroit techno was just beginning to go down the rabbit hole. The likes of ‘Night Vision’ have that slightly manic quality you get from running acid trax at a tempo higher than 130 bpm. When you take into account their frantic drum programming and boinging basslines, the three cuts here are still likely to whip crowds up into a frenzy. Reissued via Direct Beat.
  • Vinyl 12" (DBC4W-030)
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Postcards
I'll Be Here In The Morning

Postcards are a Lebanese dream-pop type outfit who are releasing their debut record I'll Be Here In The Morning on Ruptured. Made up of four friends, this record is a great collection of lush vocals and simple to follow music scores that fit together like bees to honey. Available on vinyl LP and CD. 

Potter & Tillman
...Space...Rapture

Reissue of percussionist Andre Potter and pianist David Tillman’s second album of the only two they released as Potter & Tillman. Originally released in 1982, ...Space...Rapture is a futurist funk/bop jazz fusion expressway utilising synths , electrified basslines alongside funky jazz perfection. Features vocal performances from Lillian Tynes, Carmen Lundy, and Connie M Tillman.

Preoccupations
Preoccupations

First up we had Women and once that band imploded we got Viet Cong and now we have Preoccupations which is basically the new name for Viet Cong. If last year's previously self-titled record is anything to go by this will be another strand of magical avant rock from the Calgary crew. They specialise in tight and taut compositions with incredible musical interplay that makes you wonder really why anyone else bothers.   

Preoccupations
Cassette

Oh hang on so this is the same 'Cassette' released by Viet Cong but now that they are called Preoccupations the name has been altered to match their new identity. To be honest I'd hoped to have drawn a line between Viet Cong and Preoccupations as this was from the time of their superior initial garage influenced recordings but it also begs the question of when their follow up debut album 'Viet Cong' is re-issued  - what will it be called and who will it be by? 

Pretty Sneaky
1

Lively, fine-tweaked club tunage from Pretty Sneaky. 1, utilitarianly titled to reflect the fact that this 12” ushers in a new Pretty Sneaky label, has pads and sound effects ducking and weaving around half-speed bass and double-speed drums. This is sweet and groovy stuff that moves lightly on its feet.

Primitive World
White On White


  • Vinyl LP (ELP033)
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Prince
When Doves Cry

Warner Bros present a series of Prince reissues, this time focused on 12” singles. Reissued in their original vinyl formats with the original artwork and their original B-sides, these singles are available again just as they were meant to be experienced. When Doves Cry, the lead single from the Purple Rain album, is backed with the song ‘17 Days’.

Project Pablo
Hope You’re Well

Canadian producer Patrick Holland’s Project Pablo has had releases on 1080p, Let’s Play House, Spring Theory, and Club Lonely with his energetic deep house productions. On his latest EP he strays away from the hook led production and focuses on long form melodies, Hope You’re Well as a result is energetic yet euphoric.  12” on Technicolour.

Propaganda
A Secret Wish

A Secret Wish is the debut LP from German synth pop group Propaganda who were taken under the wing of producer Trevor Horn and signed to his ZTT imprint. The album yielded a superb timeless hit in 'Duel' but also contains much more inventive synth pop including an inspired cover of Josef K's 'Sorry For Laughing'.  

Psychic TV
Fishscales Falling : A Smorgasbord ov Delights - Mixtape Vol 2

Take another glimpse into the unique world of Genesis P-Orridge’s Psychic TV with Fishscales Falling: A Smorgasbord ov Delights, the second volume of a mixtape series that plucks out all sorts of treats from the archives, mostly unreleased. Remixes, demos and live tracks are all swirled up into a nutritious collection of strange. 12” on Sweet Nothing.

Psymun
Rainbow Party

This 3-track taster is anything but a shallow and polished chat-ready take. Rainbow Party is, in fact, as deep and sprawling as its kaleidoscopic sleeve - and splashed with multiple genre influences throughout. Containing no less than punk, hip-hop and leftfield electronica; Psymun are throwing a party, and everyone's invited!

Public Access TV
Street Safari


Sophomore LP from New York four-piece Public Access TV. Singles Metrotech and Lost in the Game feature infectious funk-inspired basslines, signalling a widening of horizons for the rockers. Never Enough is largely inspired by the band’s tumultuous last couple of years - including battles with addiction and each other. On Cinematic Music Group.

Pyramid Vritra
Danu

Hal Williams is Pyramid Vritra, also formerly one half of Odd Future duo The Jet Age of Tomorrow and a member of the up-and-coming NRK collective. With Danu his beats, especially on 58(Heavy) have a bizarre distance and hazy feel to them, with sparse but definite groove, not party bangers but solo shufflers.
  • Vinyl LP (NRKPV001LP)
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Pythagoron™
Pythagoron™

Originally marketed by subversive Illumantus'esque print media adds in counter culture publications of the late seventies. The ambiguous Pythagoron™ was presented as a mind altering consciousness rehabilitating sonic narcotic. Believed to be the work of the equally ambiguous early media arts collective USCO (The Company Of Us) based in New York city. This minimalist experimentation can potentially be placed in a paradigm somewhere between prog, psych, sine and drone wave. This electronic oddity receives a reissue faithful to the original on vinyl with artwork printed on a silver cover and in a limited run of 500 copies.
  • Vinyl LP (LPS192)
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  • Limited edition
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Queens Of The Stone Age
Villains

Josh Homme and his cohorts return from their latest trip in the desert with their follow up to 2013’s ...Like Clockwork. This time round bringing in Mark Ronson on producer duties. Bringing their sound into new territories whilst still being unmistakably Queens Of The Stone age, it’ll be catchy as hell and you know it. Comes in a wide variety of choices including and indepent only exclusive artwork version.

Qui
How To Get Ideas

Shades of The Mars Volta and The Mae Shi in the shape-shifting pop-prog chaos here. Two-part vocal harmonies morph with a sort of anarchic precision on each track as guitars twiddle away dextrously. The instrumentals cycle from rambunctious math to Glitter-beat glam to Wurlitzer-driven funk - often within the space of a single minute, let alone a single song. It’ll be a 10” vinyl in your hands soon enough.
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Quiet Slang
We Were Babies & We Were Dirtbags

Overwrought pop-punk noise-warning achievers Beach Slang here retool themselves as "Quiet Slang" for a record of solo versions from frontman Jame Alex. Sorta like a garage rock band but with instruments for chamber music, these renditions have cello and piano and none of that pesky distortion that usually marks their sound.
  • Vinyl 7" (BSM216V)
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R.E.M.
Life's Rich Pageant

New R.E.M. reissues are afoot, getting some of that early I.R.S. Records material back into circulation. Life’s Rich Pageant was the band’s fourth album, first released in 1986, when Stipe and co. were still young, hungry and indie. Includes their cover of The Clique’s song ‘Superman’. Reissued by Universal.

RAC
EGO

RAC (Remix Artist Collective), setup and lead by André Allen Anjos drops his new full length album on Counter Records. Refined electro pop-come-disco with a grand 80s glamour.  With all but the outro bringing a different collaborating artists. Featuring Rivers Cuomo, Chaos Chaos, MNDR, Rostam, St. Lucia, Jordan Corey, Karl Kling and many more.

Radioactive Man
Dub Vault Vol. 2

Banging materials from Radioactive Man, aka Keith Tenniswood. The 3 tracks heard here were pulled out from the Dub Vault, where they’ve been languishing for the last 10 years. That time given these productions plenty of opportunity to ferment, so these electro-dub thunderers are extra good. 12” release on Una Sound.

Radioactive Man
Luxury Sky Garden Remixes

London based producer Radioactive Man released his fifth full length on the Asking For Trouble label, a matter of months later and we have this EP with four very distinct remixes from Dexorcist, Ben Pest, Pain Struck Stanley Dumb, and BiggaBush. From speedy and menacing to upbeat and playful, the whole electro spectrum is catered for.

Radiophonic Workshop
Burials In Several Earths

Interestingly this is actual new material by the Radiophonic Workshop (no BBC as the corporation does no funding of weird music anymore). The collective have produced a new suite of synth compositions that hark back to their classic work while exploring new areas of sound and combines analogue synth and cutting edge digital technologies. 

Rainbow Island
Crystal Smerluvio Riddims

Roman psychedelia here from Rainbow Island. Crystal Smerluvio Riddims isn’t just your usual psych-rock record though, as the group have decided to incorporate Riddims from elsewhere as well as some dub production touches. That makes the album a refreshingly different kind of space flight to the one you might have imagined. Co-released by NO=FI Recordings and Flying Kids Records.
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Random Gods
Genezon.avi EP

First ever solo release from Portugal’s Random Gods right here, casting his strange sounds onto vinyl with the assistance of a Vaghe Stelle remix. The Genezon.avi EP takes samples from anywhere it can find them, meaning that its grooves are built from a constantly-shifting collage of tones, feelings, meanings. This guy has a real ear for textures as well as rhythms. 12” on Danse Noire.
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Randomize
¿Cómo Se Divertirán Los Insectos?

Originally released in 1986 on the Grabaciones Accidentales label - original copies of this LP are sought after. Long cherished by the likes of Trevor Jackson and JD Twitch (Optimo), this cult 80's album finally, sees a most welcome official reissue - the inaugural release on new imprint Equilibrio. Produced by Eugenio Muñoz who was one-half of outfit Mecánica Popular whose ¿Qué Sucede Con El Tiempo? LP was reissued on Andy Votel, Sean Canty and Doug Shipton curated label Dead-Cert Home Entertainment. That particular reissue has increased interest in the sole LP Muñoz recorded as Randomize. Friend Damian Schwartz encouraged Muñoz to go through the original tapes, and now here it is; a proper reissue.

Rat & Co
Third Law

Here  - I'll tell you something that will surprise you. I don't like rats. This is the second Rat referencing band of late after Rat boy so maybe they are due a comeback. This lot are from Australia and have shared stages with Tycho and Chet Faker so i think we know what to expect though the press release promises music that 'defies explanation'.   
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Raymond Scott
Three Willow Park: Electronic Music from Inner Space, 1961–1971

This compilation will be an extreme treat for fans of the pioneering electronic musician Raymond Scott, as it rounds up a staggering sixty-one recordings that had previously gone unheard. Three Willow Park, which covers the years 1961 to 1971, also contains a great deal of information and imagery in booklet form. Double CD and triple LP editions on Basta.

Raymond Scott / Various
The Portofino Variations

Raymond Scott’s piece Portofino, a tuneful slice of early electronic experimentation, was first composed in 1962. This release features a few of Scott’s original versions, along with a brace of twenty artists old and new, each making their own interpretations of the lovely piece in endlessly varied styles. Edition of 1000 numbered LPs on Music On Vinyl.
  • Vinyl LP (MOVLP1861)
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RBCHMBRS
Estrella EP

Estrella is the debut EP from RBCHMBRS, whose music is thankfully catchier than their chosen artist name. Drum & Bass gets recalibrated and chopped up into refreshing new forms, proving that there’s joyous life in the old breaks yet! You are advised to listen to these three tracks at any turntable speed you damn please. 12” on the 1432 R label.
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Reckonwrong
Whities 009

Less-than-usual pop sounds from the other sides of the tracks, that's what Reckonwrong has for us on his new two-tracker. Whities 009 contains two strange jams rich in 80’s production touches: chunky bass and warped vocals. Be bewildered by the sounds of Reckonwrong! 12” release on the Whities label.

Refrigerator
High Desert Lows

27 years into their career, lo-fi noise band Refrigerator release their 11th album, High Desert Lows. Here, their noise-pop takes a bit of back seat in favour of the more laid-back strings, slide guitar and organ sound of previous albums such as Comedy Plus One. It’s certainly a significant drop in noise level from their last long player, Temple City. It does see the band still improvising and doing what they want to do regardless of pressure from others. LP and CD on Shrimper.

Remember Sports
Slow Buzz

Remember Sports were once called Sports but we're now invited to Remember Sports. The band have moved from a tiny town to a big one and have added a drummer along the way. This is one of those records that revolves around the emotions suffered at the end of a relationship and showcases the band's most ambitious work to date. 

Renick Bell
Empty Lake EP

Typically fuelled by an intricate improvisation of live coding and algorithmic composition, is the 7-track EP Empty Lake by rave-ready EDM specialist Renick Bell. As forward-thinking as ever, this offering sees Bell unpack a selection of unstable, wonky melody in just the way you would expect from the underground pioneer.

Resoe
Matrix Sequence EP

Welcome to Doof City, may I take your order? Three dark techno rollers here: ‘Ecto’ and ‘Mocto’ in particular clang and skitter with a furrowed-browed intensity. These will be a boon to any DJ who knows how to use them. Out on the always-beautifully-presented Echocord Colour series.

Respuesta Alternativa
Grata Compania

Jesus Ma Catalana (what a name) cut these five tracks as Respuesta Alternativa back in the early 80s. Loading up his synths and drum machines, he got other musicians to solo over the top of them and create this odd record. Weirdo-lounge jazz meets synth-pop, that sort of thing. Weather Report if they were a one-man bedroom project. Reissued by Left Ear Records.
  • Vinyl 12" (LER 1012)
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RG Lowe
Slow Time

RG Lowe, of Balmorhea, has produced a fully-fledged vocal pop album in Slow Time, which might surprise fans of Balmorhea’s instrumental music. Slow Time is centred around a Wurlitzer electric piano and the Lowe’s dramatic vocal moves, adding up to a slick R&Bish album. Slow Time is released by Western Vinyl.

Richard Bone
Age of Falconry

After initially working in his own band, Bone, and new wavers Shox Lumania in the late 70s and 80s Richard Bone set up Quirkworks Laboratory Discs and went solo to experiment with ambient electronica meeting jazz and lounge. Landing somewhere between Penguin Cafe Orchestra and Bayonne there’s lots of lush acoustic and semi acoustic repetition and chord structures.
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Richard Fearless
Night Blind

Richard Fearless, of Death In Vegas, joins the Drone label’s white label series with this 12”. One track per side, exploring ambientish and acidish vibes respectively. Both cuts were recorded in Metal Box container studio. Night Blind comes in a limited, numbered edition of 300 stamped 12”s, so probably don’t wait around too long.

Richard Thorncroft
The Unadorned Truth

Aptly described as “Erotic Power Rock”, and that pretty much sums it up, throw in every possible 80s cliché and you’ve got this three track single from Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barrett), also known as Mindhorn, the detective from Barrett’s latest film of the same name. With tracks like You Can’t Handcuff The Wind you can’t really go wrong for a laugh.

Rick James / Prince
Secret Mixes Fixes Vol. 4 - Star Wars

Detroit based label Secret Mixes Fixes are pretty damn special. Basically specialising in DJ tools that are made up of unofficial edits and reworks of huge tracks by huge artists. In their Star Wars series they put two big acts side by side, here we have edits of Rick James backed by Prince’s Controversy and Purple Music (which is apparently an outtake from 1999). Bang for buck, I think so.
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Rick Wakeman
The Phantom Of The Opera

After completing his journey to the centre of the earth, Rick Wakeman decided over 15 years later to give Andrew Lloyd-Webber a run for his money by soundtracking the 1925 silent film version of Phantom of the Opera directed by Lon Chaney. Taking a more baroque turn, this release features harpsichords and organs, giving a much fuller picture of the score than its previous incarnation as 1990's Phantom Power.
  • Vinyl LP (OWS22)
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Ride
Weather Diaries

Much like Take That, Ride were popular and much-loved in their earlier days and following a long hiatus made a successful comeback where one of them was wearing a hat. Here, finally are the first fruits of their new work which was rather unfathomably produced by DJ, producer and remix man Erol Alkan. How will these lords of shoegaze fare in middle age? We’ll find out soon.  

RLYR
Actual Existence

Chicago experimental rock trio RLYR follow up their 2016 debut LP Delayer with this four-track album. Featuring members of Russian Circles, Cleared and Pelican, RLYR create a heavy but melodious racket here. The instrumental chops are impressive, with muscular drums and sturdy bass underpinning some emotional firebrand guitar work. Fans of Explosions In The Sky will find plenty to get behind here.

Rob Magill
The Owl and The Pussycat

The Owl And The Pussycat is the first vinyl release for Rob Magill, a resident of Southern California who seems to be able to turn his hand to most arty things - musical composition, playing every instrument under the sun, poetry, painting and even owning his own label. He began recording in 2010 and has since made 50 albums with many more in the pipeline. He makes Robert Pollard look like The Blue Nile.  In the past Magill has made music with Eugene Chadbourne, Marshall Trammell of Black Spirituals, Walker Delbo of Fell To Low and performed in Sun Araw Band along with Cameron Stellones and Alex Gray.

Robert Cohen-Solal
Les Shadoks

Les Shadoks was an animated French TV show that ran from 1968 till 1974, and its one that has built up a bit of a cult reputation over time. The soundtrack to this scintillating show was put together by Robert Cohen-Solal, a GRM-certified electro-acoustic composer with a playful touch. Whether you are a fan of the show or not, you really ought to hear this fabulously eclectic music. On WRWTFWW Records.

Rocheman
Rocheman

Theatre is one of the more successful mediums when it come to capturing weirdness and the dreamlike. Rocheman is Jordan Mallory-Skinner, an artist who mostly works for the stage, but has now used his talents to craft a delightful dream pop album that will get on with fans of bands like Grizzly Bear.
  • Vinyl LP (NX09)
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