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Various
Best Of Digital Danceforce Vol 1

Optimo’s digital venture Optimo Music Digital Danceforce are releasing a few ‘Best Of’ EPs. The 12” releases will consist of four tunes, each culled from the previously digital-only drops. The first one of these features jams from Perdu, Bergsonist, Tamburi Neri and Strapontin. When taken together these tracks make for a psychedelic, utopian mix of fourth-world techno.
  • Vinyl 12" (OMDDVINYL001)
  • £12.49 £10.62 (saving: £1.87)
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Various
Fragments du Monde Flottan

Demo versions. They're unpolished, imperfect early sketchings have a certain authenticity often lost in the final versions, don’t you think? Devendra Banhart certainly does: he’s put years of work into procuring the demo recordings that populate this here compilation. Most of them are from folk and psych-folk artists: Vashti Bunyan (her very first demo following her thirty-year break, at that), Arthur Russell, Jana Hunter, King Tuff and more check in, all at their intimate best.

Victrola
Born From The Water (Demos 1983-85)

As Dark Entries fans are sure to already know, dark synth-poppers Victrola only ever released one EP, in 1983. But it turns out they recorded stacks of demos, with more than a hundred cassettes sifted through to assemble the suite of 1983-1985 demos heard here. Twelve tracks, none of them heard in these versions before.
  • Vinyl Double LP (DE235LP)
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Wallows
Live at Third Man Records

Suppose we’ve been getting this wrong all along. Suppose the Live At Third Man Records series isn’t a set of concert recordings given at Jack White’s boudoir. Suppose it’s LIVE At Third Man Records - as in, this lot LIVE there. All these rock bands pacing the corridors, smoking in corners, playing cards - generally idling, loitering, waiting for the moment that Mr. White calls their number and they’re ushered upstairs to play. ‘Hey, Wallows, you’re up’ barks Mr. White, nails grubby, Willy Wonka suit fraying at the elbows and knees; ‘and do the hits - I’m not keeping you here ‘cos I like you, y’know’. Lights on. The band play, the crowd cheers, and they’re sent back downstairs. For how long, no-one knows. After all, there are some people who Live At Third Man Records their whole life...

Wayne Jarrett
What's Wrong With The Youths

Wayne Jarrett’s 1981 LP What’s Wrong With The Youths is back on wax for the first time in over three decades. This is a classic early dancehall record, one that funnels dub and reggae into the then-new style to great effect. The classic backing band Roots Radics supply the riddims, and Jarrett’s nasal tenor proves an unusual and engaging presence up front.

Whoa Melodic
Whoa Melodic

Whoa Melodic is the new solo project from the prolific Michael Wood (Singing Adams, The Hayman Kupa Band and more). Born for a love of Paul McCartney, indie pop and friendship, the self-titled album is a catchy delight. For fans of Teenage Fanclub, Squeeze and Elliot Smith. On Where Its At Is Where You Are.
  • Vinyl LP (WIALP068)
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William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops II (Remastered)

William Basinski created his ambient and much storied record, 'The Disintegration Loops', by feeding his compositions on loop through a tape head until a myriad sounds were made in its place. The record's completion coincided with the 9/11 attacks, a sight which is recreated on the record's cover. Considered an attempt at making sound cyclical, 'The Disintegration Loops' is now being given a second re-release due to the high demand of its boxset, each of the four volumes being released as an individual record. This is the second in four volumes, split into two tracks, each over thirty minutes long.

William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops III (Remastered)

William Basinski created his ambient and much storied record, 'The Disintegration Loops', by feeding his compositions on loop through a tape head until a myriad sounds were made in its place. The record's completion coincided with the 9/11 bombings, a sight which is recreated on the record's cover. Considered an attempt at making sound cyclical, 'The Disintegration Loops' is now being given a second re-release due to the high demand of its boxset, each of the four volumes being released as an individual record. 'The Disintegration Loops III' is split into two ambient compositions, clocking at twenty minutes and fifty minutes respectively.

William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops IV (Remastered)

William Basinski created his ambient and much storied record, 'The Disintegration Loops', by feeding his compositions on loop through a tape head until a myriad sounds were made in its place. The record's completion coincided with the 9/11 attacks, a sight which is recreated on the record's cover. Considered an attempt at making sound cyclical, 'The Disintegration Loops' is now being given a second re-release due to the high demand of its boxset, each of the four volumes being released as an individual record. This is the fourth and final volume in the series (excluding live interpretations), comprised of three extended pieces. 

Witching Waves
Persistence

London DIY post-punks Witching Waves have been steadily building up a cult following owing to their high-energy live set and constant gigging. Their new album Persistence finds them in an assertive mood, with confidence gained from previous records Fear Of Falling Down and Crystal Cafe. On Specialist Subject.

Wojciech Rusin
The Funnel

Glasgow’s Akashic Records have pressed The Funnel, a commission for the radio station Radiophrenia by Wojciech Rusin (a.k.a. Katapulto). A pretty handsome if bizarre interaction of chamber music and musique concrète, with what occasionally sounds like healthy irreverence for distinctions between high and low art. From this and carefully selected methods, Rusin gets a very unusual style going.
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World Brain
Peer To Peer

Remember when the internet, facilitated by the gaudy warblings of dial-up tones and the grey, aliased angles of Windows 95, was a mysterious new resource with untapped and untold possibilities? World Brain (one Lucas Ufo, also of Berlin popsperimenters Fenster) remembers, and here’s his charming take on the subject. Despite the optimistic nineties context, the style is largely eighties wave/pop/indie.
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Wraetlic
Ad Absurdum

Close followers of Alex Smoke’s work may have noticed that he released a few tracks as Wraetlic back in the early 2010’s. Now the Glaswegian producer has returned to the project to make Ad Absurdum, his first full-length crafted under the Wraetlic name. Across the LP we find Smoke blending the paranoid electronic song of Thom Yorke, Com Truise’s hypnagogic 80’s electro takes and Mount Kimbie’s juicy futuro-beats. Ad Absurdum is out through Huntleys & Palmers (Auntie Flo, Sophie).
  • Vinyl LP (H+P035)
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Xeno & Oaklander
Hypnos

Xeno & Oaklander’s fine electronic partnership continues apace with new album Hypnos. So what’s new here? Well, for one thing, the monophonic synth era is over for Xeno & Oaklander, with polyphony galore flowing out all over Hypnos. Also some great French-language vocals. Out on Dais Records.

YG
My Krazy Life

YG’s debut LP My Krazy Life was one of the surprise hits of 2014. Despite making a decent name for himself on the mixtape circuit and managing to rope in the likes of Drake and Kendrick Lamar for guest features, no-one could have expected to be this LP to be as massive as it was. However, the success of singles like ‘Left, Right’, ‘Who Do You Love?’ and all-time classic ‘My Nigga’ sent My Krazy Life and YG stratospheric. This reissue allows you to relive the DJ Mustard-powered record in full and also gives us bonus jam ‘459’.
  • Vinyl Double LP (7727540)
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Yuzo Koshiro
The Revenge Of Shinobi

This is bloody awesome! In so many ways. Data discs have dragged the Sega archives and Yuzo Koshiro’s work was at the forefront of 16-bit music. Going on to create the soundtrack to many childhoods with Streets of Rage he developed a lot of techniques with The Revenge of Shinobi in 1989, creating synth orchestras with such a limited palette. Include original artwork for the game and notes from Koshiro.
  • Vinyl LP (DATA9)
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Zero Years Kid
Ongerijmde Rijmen

Very downtempo and psychedelic R&B from Zero Years Kid. Their debut album, Ongerijmde Rijmen has the Belgian and Irish duo having fun with their voices, as they do all manner of weird chopping, screwing and channel swapping. The lyrics express the pair becoming disillusioned with the world, a topic they tackle with levity and charm. 
  • Tape (ETXLP002)
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