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Omar Khorshid
Tribute To Oum Kalthoum

Oum Kalthoum is arguably the most important Egyptian musicians ever. Her vocals are authoritative and unique, particularly in its depth and resonance. On Tribute to Oum Kalthoum, Omar Khorshid, the Egyptian guitarist and pianist, celebrates the life of this musical titan. First released in 1989 and reissued on Right Track Records.
  • Vinyl LP (LPGVDLRT-018)
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Ondo Fudd
Eyes Glide Through The Oxide

First things first - Ondo Fudd is no relation of Elmer, which is a bit disappointing to be honest. However, the pill is sugared when you realise that Ondo Fudd is actually an alias of London techno innovator Call Super - and things improve still further when you drop the needle on Eyes Glide Through The Oxide, an EP of fourth world techno and house in the D. Tiffany/upsammy mode. Be vewwy vewwy quiet.
  • Vinyl Double 12" (TTT077)
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Overlook
Séance

Overlook is Jason Luxton who also has connections with the labels UVB-76 and The Stone Tapes. His latest 4-track EP, Séance, sees the Bournemouth-based producer in typically non-conformist mood.  His genre blending and straddling includes mixing industrial and ambient sound and a collaboration with Osiris label boss, Mønic
  • Vinyl 12" (OSMUK057EP)
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Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 1

Palmbomen II inaugurates a new series of four EPs, title Memories of Cindy. Part one contains six tracks of woozy nostalgia electronics, with melancholy synth melodies playing out over a vapourwave void of pre-sets and samples. Plenty of atmosphere, and sometimes some grooves too. 12” on Beats In Space, limited to 350 copies.

Pan Sonic & Charlemagne Palestine
Mort Aux Vaches

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Papivores
Death and Spring

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Pauline Oliveros & Guy Klucevsek
Sounding / way

Sounding / Way is a collaboration between American composer, electronic pioneer and accordion player, Pauline Oliveros and fellow accordionist, Guy Klucevsek who has worked with all sorts of artists from Laurie Anderson to Kronos Quartet. Oliveros created deep listening - spiritual and meditative music for mind and body. Sounding/Way was only ever released on cassette in 1986, so this vinyl pressing is a real treat.

Penny & Sparrow
Finch

Earnest young chaps Penny & Sparrow release their sixth LP Finch through Latvian label I Love You Records. These two have long had the vibe of Simon & Garfunkel for the post-Bon Iver generation, and they don’t mess with the formula much on Finch. Gentle acoustic guitar, tight harmonies and quivering falsettos are the order of the day here.

Perila
Irer Dent

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Pink Turns Blue
Meta

Pink Turns Blue formed in Germany in the 1980s, but it was in former Yugoslavia where they recorded 'Meta'. They worked with Jané Krizaj, who'd worked with Laibach, to produce an album that is to this day considered one of darkwave's masterpiece. And they did this while working in studio that was less than... up to date.
  • Vinyl LP (DAIS139LPC1)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Pink Turns Blue
If Two Worlds Kiss

Reissue of the debut LP from Cologne’s Pink Turns Blue here. 1987’s If Two Worlds Kiss is a seminal text of both darkwave and Goth, its doomy new-wave grooves and vampy vocals a harbinger of what was to come. This is still a hugely important record all these years later and is richly deserving of reissue. This new edition of If Two Worlds Kiss includes ‘A Moment Sometimes’, a track that hasn’t always made it onto vinyl pressings of the album in the past.
  • Vinyl LP (DAIS138LPC1)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Pino Donaggio
Trauma (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The reason that 1993’s Trauma is an outlier in the oeuvre of Italian movie director Dario Argento is because it doesn’t feature a soundtrack from Goblin. Partly due to pressure from the studio, Argento ditched his usual set of librarian weirdos for a more ornate orchestral score by Pino Donaggio. Donaggio’s stately-yet-strange compositions would have struck a chord with contemporaneous viewers still feeling the impact of Twin Peaks. Now Death Waltz have put the Trauma OST on vinyl for the first time.
  • Vinyl Double LP (DW146)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Pontiac Streator & Ulla Straus
11 items

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Preservation Hall Jazz Band
So It Is

Preservation Hall Jazz Band were formed in New Orleans in the early ‘60s. Many musicians have been through their ranks through the years, as well as many different musical influences. So It Is takes its inspiration from the band’s trip to Cuba in 2016. Their sound is stretched further by the presence of TV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek in the producer's chair.

Preservation Hall Jazz Band
That's It!

Preservation Hall Jazz Band were formed in New Orleans the early ‘60s by Alan Jaffe and carried forward since the early 90s by his son, Ben Jaffe. Myriad influences feed into their life story from the different musicians who’ve passed through their ranks to the sounds passing through their home city and their willingness to embrace change. That’s It was produced by Jim James of My Morning Jacket.

Proto Idiot
Find Out For Themselves

‘Imagine if Thin Lizzy did a Wire covers set with Nick Lowe on bass’. That’s how loveable rascals Proto Idiot introduce their new LP Find Out For Themselves. They’re not wrong you know - this Mancunian art-garage rabble have the riffage, the angularity and the angst to back up those claims. Find Out For Themselves finds Proto Idiot back on Bad Paintings (Xiu Xiu, The Wedding Present) after issuing their last album through Slovenly.
  • Vinyl LP (ENO101LP)
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Pugilist
Blue 06

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R. Stevie Moore & Gary Wilson
Fake News Trending

Fake News Trending sees the long-awaited union of two underground legends. Lo-fi pioneer R. Stevie Moore and lounge jazz/punk impresario, Gary Wilson have crossed paths plenty in the past, but never recorded together. Includes guest appearances from Jason Falkner, Jad Fair, The Distillers’ Ryan Sinnott and Black Heart Procession’s Pall Jenkins. On the Tim Burgess-owned O Genesis label.

Randomer & Hodge
Second Freeze / Simple As

Randomer follows up releases on Dekmantel, Clone and L.I.E.S, teaming up with Livity Sound's Hodge for an intense double-tracker on the reverse Livity Sound label. They go to town on this one. Metallic clanks, rapid-fire percussion and annihilating rhythm. Or is that mhtyhr gnitalihinna? 12" on dnuoS ytiviL.
  • Vinyl 12" (099YTIVIL)
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Ras G
Back On the Planet

Good to have you Back On The Planet, Mr. G. For his first Brainfeeder LP in a couple of years we find old Ras in an Ancient Space Program way, which means that you should strap yourselves in before listening to this one. In the noble tradition of Sun Ra, Pharaoh Sanders et al, Ras G travels deep into the astral plane here, swinging from spiritual groove tracks (‘All Is Well…’) to the most fervid of noisescapes (‘Back On The Planet’).

River Yarra
Frogmania

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RM
Spazi Futuri

'Spazi Futuri' is the second album from Riccardo Mazza, who goes by RM. Mazza draws from Italy's industrial music tradition but also includes elements of 90s trance. The result is music that builds from a slow churn to something a bit more silly. Recalls the recent output of Lorenzo Senni and Vessel's 'Punish, Honey'.
  • Vinyl LP (iDEAL161LP)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Ron Morelli
Man Walks The Earth

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Rose Dorn
Days You Were Leaving

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Run-DMC
Tougher Than Leather

The fourth album by Run-DMC gets a nice new re-pressing for 2017. Tougher Than Leather, first released in 1988, has a couple of the gang’s big tunes on it (‘Run’s House’, ‘Mary, Mary’), plus a particularly rich flurry of sampladelic turntablism from Jam-Master Jay. Vinyl reissue on Get On Down.
  • Vinyl LP (GET51320LPC)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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Sâd Hu
Aghori

Sâd Hu is the collaborative project from Manuel Peraud and Francis Ferguson. The duo have known each other for years and with Aghori finally come together. The result is heavy and droning, with a focus on texture that draws from Peraud's visual practice. Ferguson's years as a techno producer clearly also came in handy.
  • Vinyl 12" (AP013)
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Sarasara
Orgone

As anyone who knows their Peep Show can attest, negative orgones are generally to be avoided while positive orgones should be hunted down with glee. Sarasara’s sophomore LP is an Orgone that falls into the latter category - if a guest spot from Peter Doherty doesn’t scream benign energy then we just don’t know what does. On this record the French chanteuse spools out electronic pop of the sort that one tends to associate with FKA Twigs.

Serpente
Parada

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Siavash Amini
TAR

Containing an ocean-sized depth of emotion and meaning, TAR is Tehran-based producer Siavash Amini's 2017 brainchild. Comprised of four offerings, including the mammoth twelve-minutes-plus tracks 'A Dream's Frozen Reflection' and 'The Dust We Breathe', this is a sophisticated take on modern drone and classical genres.

Siavash Amini
Serus

How do you feel about the night? Is it frightening or is it comforting? Is it familiar or strange? Iranian electronic composer Siavash Amini has had the night on his mind recently, resulting in 'Serus' an album for Room40. Based on the music here, Amini's relationship with the night is fraught. Unless intense and volatile drones sound comforting to you.
  • Vinyl LP (RM497)
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Singapore Sling
Killer Classics

The long and fruitful Fuzz Club Records-Singapore Sling alliance bears more fruit with the latter’s fifth LP for the label. As you can probably tell from it's semi-NSFW artwork, Killer Classics is a typically in-your-face set of proto-punk from Henrik Björnsson’s project. All your favourite leather bands - The Stooges, Suicide, Jesus & Mary Chain etc - have a heavy influence on this record.
  • CD (FC122CD)
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  • Indies-only
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Sins for Beginners
Fireburn the Bloodlot

Sins For Beginners isn't just that class Lucifer runs but an extreme noise/metal act who return with 'Fireburn the Bloodlot'. Expect riffs heavier than uranium and guitars distorted beyond belief. 'Fireburn the Bloodlot' sounds exactly as you'd expect it to: mean, meaty, and monstrous. For fans of Sunn O))) and the Skull Defekts. 
  • Vinyl LP (iDEAL176)
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  • Limited edition

Spike Fuck
The Smackwave EP

Spike Fuck. Now that’s how you name a band. Their music’s good too - at least, 2016’s The Smackwave EP certainly is. This is a set of hazed rock ‘n’ roll tracks that are either lo-hi-fi or hi-lo-fi depending on where you stand. Lou Reed, Television and Ezra Furman are all invoked. No wonder that Partisan Records have decided to snap up The Smackwave for its first vinyl edition. This pressing contains ‘Body By Crystal’, a track that didn’t appear on the 2016 version.

Takayuki Shiraishi
Missing Link

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Tamu Massif
Little Death Summer

Tamu Massif turns in his debut full-length, the product of many deep insular creative sessions. Little Death Summer finds Tamu drawing in snatches of sounds from around him as he goes through daily life, with street chat and ambiguous soundscapes worked into a pleasant sound-bed for Tamu’s chilled-out beats and vocals. On Chiverin.

The Afghan Whigs
Black Love

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The Teardrop Explodes
Kilimanjaro

Julian Cope is now known as one of English alternative music’s most distinctive auteurs, but his story began with the Liverpudlian band The Teardrop Explodes. This is a heavyweight vinyl re-issue of their 1980 debut album Kilimanjaro, which housed many of their best-known songs, including UK Top Ten hit ‘Reward’. 

Thelonious Monk
Monk's Music

This is a short and sweet collection of some of Thelonius Monk's most iconic and most well-known compositions, under forty minutes in length but bringing together tracks like "Abide With Me" and "Off Minor". 'Monk's Music' is part of Monk's time on Riverside Records and features a roster of excellent musicians making up his septet, including Ray Copeland on trumpet and John Coltrane himself playing tenor; listen closely on "Well, You Needn't" and you'll hear Monk handing over some instructions to Coltrane. A quick in-and-out jazz standard, this one.
  • Vinyl LP (950676)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Tijuana Panthers
Carpet Denim

Scratch beneath the surface of the ostensibly sunny, energetic, catchy, Californian surf-punk of Tijuana Panthers and you’ll find a more wonderfully weird band than you might expect. Less 'Surfin’ USA' and more Freakshop USA. Carpet Denim is their wonderfully titled fourth album for Innovative Leisure.

Toby Andersen
Chasing Shadows

Toby Andersen has had quite a varied musical career. He formed ‘80s disco band, Funkopolitan, before going on to co-write Curiosity Killed The Cat’s number 1 debut album, Keep Your Distance. He’s also played on the debut album by Soul II Soul, Club Classics Vol. 1 and composed the score for BBC wildlife program, Predators. For his latest album, Chasing Shadows, he has composed pieces for solo piano that will soothe your anxieties in this crazy, fast-paced world.
  • Vinyl LP (PWORD5)
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TV.OUT
s/t

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Ulver
Kveldssanger

Reissues are under way of Ulver’s ‘Black Metal’ period. Kveldssanger bucks the trend by being recorded with entirely acoustic instruments, lending a dark, doomed folk feel. The record has been remastered for this release, and comes as a heavyweight package (thick gatefold sleeve and 180g vinyl) with a booklet, on Century Media.

Umberto
Helpless Spectator

Matt Hill, who records under the name Umberto in tribute to film director Umberto Lenzi, earns his corn as film score composer. He also makes stand-alone music too. Helpless Spectator is his latest album and his debut recording for legendary Chicago label, Thrill Jockey. It is music of many textures, but mainly is reminiscent of those synth-heavy sci-fi and horror soundtracks from the ‘70s and ‘80s.

Various
Devil May Cry 5 (Original Soundtrack)

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Various
Celeste B-Sides

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Various
Sock It to Me: Boss Reggae Rarities in the Spirit of '69

Some of the rarest Trojan cuts collected all in one place, this new compilation Sock It To Me: Boss Reggae Rarities is a must-have for all collectors of classic reggae. Every one of these 12 tracks, from the likes of The Sparkers, Tommy McCook and The Hippy Boys, have been unavailable on vinyl for half a century. 

Velvet Negroni
NEON BROWN

When people are asked to name musicians from Minneapolis they tend to get stuck pretty much as soon as they say Prince. Perhaps the rapidly-rising Velvet Negroni will be able to help add to that list in the near future. NEON BROWN, the debut LP from the one born Jeremy Nutzman (what a name), contains a sort of hybrid hip-hop/r ‘n’ b style that the likes of Frank Ocean and The Weeknd have struck gold with in recent years. And yes, Velvet Negroni does sound a bit like Prince at times as well.

Why?
Aokohio

Almost two decades on from Yoni Wolf’s first release, he continues to ask ‘Why?’. In the case of 'AOKOHIO' the answer seems to be something to do with an accompanying visual project and an LP broken up into short song-suites. Musically it’s another set of bombastic avant-rap from the singular Wolf. Once again the likes of Dirty Projectors and Of Montreal are your sonic touchstones for a Why? album.

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