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Kyle Eyre Clyd

Marcia Bassett's (Zaimph/Double Leopards/Hototogisu/GHQ) Brooklyn based Yew Recordings presents a limited CD run of a new album from Kyle Eyre Clyd, the recording nom-de-plume of Alabama-based multimedia artist Kyle Kessler. Eggshell is a piece of work that will mean different things to each person who hears it - anguish or relief, pain or healing, tension or relaxation. Kessler plays bowed metal, ARP 2600, test oscillators, Paia theremin, DIY synth and pedal effects with Peter Bowling on bass, cello and violin.
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White Lies
To Lose My Life (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)

We all remember when we were when White Lies released To Lose My Life don't we. Don't we?? Well September 2009 should be indelibly stamped on your brain as the month their debut was unleashed and incredibly went straight to the very top of the UK album chart. Well blow me down with a feather. It managed to score 58 on Metacritic and was described by the Guardian as "promising, if unremarkable" so it's high time we got a tenth anniversary re-issue which thrillingly contains demo and live tracks discovered in bassist Charles Cave's personal cupboard.  

Brown Irvin
Run Me That Soul

More moribundly known as Richard Brown, Brown Irvine returns to Motion Ward with a limited and shadowy two tracker which promises some squelchy dubbed out dancefloor on the A side whilst over on the flip you get some dreamy ambience to cleanse yourself after the grimy upbeats. The old one/two upbeat A, downtempo flip. Perfect. 
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Alice Coltrane
Radha-Krsna Nama Sankirtana

Alice Coltrane changed her life in 1977 and became a Swamini, teaching the Hindu religion. This also marked a change in her music. She released two albums in one year, Radha-Krsna Nama Sankirtana was one of them. It saw her embracing devotional music and running with it. Reissue LP on Antarctica Starts Here.

John Di Stefano
For the Moment

A new compilation rounding up some of the best cuts from John Di Stefano’s early cassette releases from the late-Eighties and early-Nineties. For The Moment showcases a curious and restless mind in search of new inspirations, and also provides a great snapshot of the Eighties underground electronic scene in America. 
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Vintage Future
Dookie Machine

Turns out that America can't even provide its own citizens with clean water. In Flint Michigan due to cost cutting measures drinking water was poisoned with lead. Mark Taylor aka Vintage Future has come up with this message in music to try to provoke interest in the crisis. Features suitably dirty beats and filthy disco moves.    
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Kestrel Manoeuvres In The Dark

Datassette is the recording moniker of British producer, programmer and DJ John Davies, and his latest four-track EP release, the punnily-titled Kestrel Manoeuvres In The Dark and presented on 12” vinyl, is a dazzling display of IDM reminiscent of prime-time Aphex Twin and the best Warp Records releases.
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Taken from the end of SOPHIE’s recent singles collection PRODUCT, Just Like We Never Said Goodbye is a full-on electronic pop tune, with chirrupy vocals and lurching synth-lines. The whole business feels slightly off-kilter though, as if something about this isn’t quite right… That’s a good thing by the way! 12” on Numbers with the SOPHIE logo screen-printed on the inner.
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Tales of Halloween

It's nearly that time of year again - Halloween! This selection of ten various ghouly and ghastly tunes promises to terrorise your house and potentially the rest of your neighbourhood. Featuring the likes of Neil Marshall (Game of Thrones, The Descent) and Keir Gilchrist (It Follows), you're in bloody good hands here.
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Sweet Williams
Where Does The Time Come From

Keeping a band together is murder these days what with people having to go to work and have children and whatnot. It's a shame that the last line up of Sweet Williams dissolved as their Please Let Me Sleep On Your Tonight was a superb album of taut and wiry post-punk and post-hardcore guitar tangles. All is not lost though as leader Thomas House has returned all on his lonesome as Sweet Williams for this follow up LP which sees House trying to maintain the bands kinetic energy in a more studio environment. He has previous form though as a member of Charlottefield and Joeyfat he has been involved in some of the best British loud music of the last 20 years. Expect good things.    
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Jonathan Scherk & Daniel Majer
It's Counterpart

Jonathan Scherk & Daniel Majer are a pair of musicians from in and around the post-rock scene in Vancouver. They are both solo artists in their own right, but on It’s Counterpart, seem to have found that their two styles are able to blend together. It is an album of sound collages sourced from YouTube, field recordings and those records you find for a quid in charity shops
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Gregory Tripi
MA (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

MA is a psychological horror film directed by Tate Taylor, known for films such as The Help, Girl On The Train and James Brown biopic Get On Up. The score was composed and performed by multi-instrumentalist Gregory Tripi, who has a whole host of TV and Film scores to his name. Here, he uses synths to create the perfect balance between creeping and crazy.
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Ludovico Einaudi
I Giorni

I Giorni is the sixth album, originally released in 2002, by Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi. The title translates as 'The Days'. The title track has been used on TV adverts and to soundtrack TV programmes, as well as receiving Radio 1 airplay. This helped the track to break into the Top 40. 
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Suzanne Kraft

Opening with the bright synth blasts of the self-titled opening track, the playfulness on Suzanne Kraft's (aka Diego Herrera) 3-track 'Slam' EP doesn't let up from there. The Amsterdam-based producer showcases his prowess in fusing frenetic beats and melody, while coating his work in a layer of crisp production.
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John Roberts
Can Thought Exist Without The Body

With perhaps his most introspective and thought-provoking release yet, John Roberts returns with 'Can Thought Exist Without The Body'. It marks his return to the piano, parking chugging house grooves in favour of a more ambient and spatial sound. The perfect soundtrack to self-reflection and meditation.
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Russ Waterhouse
1 Minute 2 Midnight

1 Minute 2 Midnight is the second solo album by Russ Waterhouse. Waterhouse was one half of the experimental duo Blues Control who are currently on indefinite hiatus. Here, Waterhouse finds his inspiration at the scene of a historic chemical spill in the city of Hopewell, Virginia, expressing himself through tense electronics, field recordings and a caustic guitar finale.
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Holy Hive
Hypnosis / Broom

The lead single from Float Back To You, the upcoming debut album from folk newcomers Holy Hive, presented by Big Crown Records. On the A-side, ‘Hypnosis’ is a paean to hedonism and balancing responsibility with leisure, while on the B-side, ‘Broom’ is powered by a rare ‘zim-gar’ drum machine and speaks of finding true love. 
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Ricardo Donoso

Re_Calibrate is intended as a companion release to Ricardo Donoso’s acclaimed album from last year, Calibrate. On this record’s seven tracks, the composer pushes his sound into ever more adventurous territories, and could be viewed as an important bridging work in his discography in the future. 
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The Wedding Present

The ever-prolific pioneers of UK indie, The Wedding Present, are embarking on an extensive reissue campaign, releasing five albums, two compilations and an EP from the band’s ‘80s and 90’s output, all of which are expanded multi-disc sets crammed with bonus material, extensive sleeve notes, art work and general Weddos ephemera. Most synonymous for their familiar depiction of relationships using acerbic wit, frontman David Gedge is a virtuoso when it comes to the bittersweet love song. Originally released in 1988, 'Tommy' is a compilation that gathers the first four singles of The Wedding Present, a long with their B-sides and selected tracks from two early radio sessions, providing a comprehensive overview of the band's familiarly fast-paced, lo-fi output prior to their debut LP 'George Best' in 1987.
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Robert Sotelo
Infinite Sprawling

Robert Sotelo returns to Upset The Rhythm with another set of charmingly idiosyncratic ballads. Sotelo has always had a knack for combining the intimacy of your classic singer-songwriter fare with the angular quirk of post-punk - think a plugged-in Richard Dawson, John Maus with the effects switched off, or perhaps a more erstwhile King Krule. Infinite Sprawling chronicles changes in Sotelo's life - a move from London to Glasgow, a final trip to visit his mother in Argentina - with affecting sensitivity. This one has the potential to be a cult hit, so maybe cop Infinite Sprawling early in order to claim bragging rights later on.

Myam James 2

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Éliane Radigue

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Marcus Fjellström

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Little Scream
Speed Queen

'Speed Queen' is the third album by Little Queen AKA Montreal-based Laurel Sprengelmeyer. It sees her reflecting on the social divisions in America, with many of the lyrics written whilst touring through the country. Coming from a low-income background herself, she has observed how the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer and she's not happy about it.


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Amy O

Amy O AKA Amy Oelsner hails from Bloomington, Indiana and makes indie pop records. Her music recalls sounds from the 90s as well as a romanticism for the 50s. The Amy O project started way back in 2005 as a solo project but has since blossomed into a three-piece band with Justin and Nathan Volmar on bass and drums respectively. 

Fu Manchu
King Of The Road

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Sufjan Stevens & Timo Andres
The Decalogue

It will be of no surprise to anyone who has heard his various albums that Sufjan Stevens would go on to score a ballet. His music has the dexterity and lightness of touch to successfully soundtrack such a thing and here is his debut effort made available to the public for the first time. It has been performed by pianist Timo Andres, a Brooklyn performer who has already collaborated with the likes of Kronos Quartet and Philip Glass.

Nils Frahm
Late Night Tales

Extremely quiet piano practitioner Nils Frahm gets his chance to pick an album’s worth of his favourite after dark music in the latest of the consistent and popular Late Night Tales series. He picks tracks from Bibio, Miles Davis, Nina Simone, Penguin Cafe Orchestra plus a whole bunch of interesting stuff. Most interestingly of all, the album opens with Frahm covering John Cage’s infamous 4.33. How much more quiet could he get than that? None more quiet.

No Manchester

No Manchester by Mexrrissey is a Mexican tribute to Morrissey. Camilo Lara, a Mexican DJ, producer and founder of M.I.S.(Mexican Institute of Sound) and bandleader Sergio Mendoza, who has worked with Calexico, have gathered together a crack team of top notch Mexican musicians to pay homage to the gladioli waving singer. Limited edition vinyl LP on Mexican Flag coloured vinyl.

Shina Williams & His African Percussionists
Agboju Logun

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Edinburgh Leisure
Die Gefahr Im Jazz

You might remember ********, the rudely named duo from Domino’s Weird World sublabel. One of them, Ailie Ormston, has been doing some fab solo electronic music on the side. Here’s what the other one, a T Fraser, has been up to. Edinburgh Leisure is a duo with Keith Farquhar and takes unconventional “idle authorship” approaches to instrumentation (everyday objects), lyricism (RhymeZone) and fair use (hacked Apple device sounds, etc.). This lot are always worth checking out.

red steppes
A Mouth May Grow

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Body Negative

Adrian D’Epinay, lead singer of French experimental rock act MNNQNS, was inspired for the band’s debut album by spending some time in Cardiff. The hybridisation of cultures that he experienced is made clear on Body Negative, an album that defies easy categorisation by its attempts to squeeze so many ideas into its 13 tracks. 

FOF10: Friends of Friends at 10

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Oscar Scheller

Once touted as the saviour of British pop in some quarters, songwriter-for-hire and producer Oscar Scheller returns with his sophomore album HTTP404. Boasting collaborations with Lily Allen, Ashnikko and Sarah Midori Perri of Kero Kero Bonito, it promises a more reflective take on the exuberance of his debut Cut & Paste. 

Jay Richford & Gary Stevan

Generally held to be one of the best (and rarest) ever albums in the ‘library music’ genre, Jay Richford & Gary Stevan’s beloved 'Feelings' makes a reappearance on vinyl. The record explores everything from loose-limbed funk to orchestral-based jazz. Originally issue in 1974 on the Italian Carosello label.
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Max de Wardener

Max de Wardener makes his debut appearance for Village Green Recordings with his latest album Kolmar, deliberately selected strange and sometimes redundant instruments from the early-to-mid 20th century. Fans of classic krautrock, particularly very early Kraftwerk and prime-time Can, are sure to love it! 

I Needed / Intercession, On Behalf

Specialist re-issue label Melodies International delivers its 18th release, a 12” vinyl affair boasting two prime cuts from Hanna, a.k.a. Chicago house music veteran Warren Harris. Pairing ‘I Needed’, from 2004’s Exquisite Style, with the same album’s ‘Intercession, On Behalf’, it’s another great piece of crate-digging. 

Electric Moon

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Andy Warhol and Music

Andy Warhol and Music. Well, he was at the centre of the scene involving one of the greatest bands ever to have existed in The Velvet Underground, so why not. This compilation celebrates the life of Andy Warhol by focusing on the music around at the time of this creative boom in the ‘60s and ‘70s. The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Velvet Underground, Debbie Harry, The Isley Brothers, Lou Reed and Tina Turner are just some of the artists included.

Moon Bros.
The Easy Way Is Hard Enough

Moon Bros. is the music-making moniker of Matthew Schneider. Carpenter by day, guitar picker by night. As he does have a day job, he’s avoided lots of cliches such as who his music should be referencing or just showing off. The Easy Way Is Hard Enough is the work of a refreshingly unpretentious stringsmith, the kind of thing we might just need right now.

Remo Seeland
Hollow Body

The first album under his real name, Hollow Body was inspired by a revelatory physical experience that Swiss artist Remo Seeland had while travelling on the New York subway. Recorded between that city, Zurich and Reykjavik and implementing field recordings from urban and rural settings, it’s an album preoccupied by ideas of perception. 

King Of Rock

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La Grande Armée
La Grande Armée

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Frode Haltli
Border Woods

Border Woods is the second record by Swedish accordion player and composer Frode Haltli. It contains folk inspired compositions balancing the old wheezebox itself with nyckelharpa which is a kind of keyed fiddle popular in Sweden. This latest album strips back the sound of the larger ensemble compositions of last years Avant Folk album to create a varied album of nordic jams and improvisation.

Skunk Anansie
Post Orgasmic Chill

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Jim Sullivan
Jim Sullivan

Jim Sullivan’s eponymous sophomore LP gets a reissue courtesy of Light In The Attic. Like its predecessor UFO this 1972 joint is a set of psychedelic Americana that coalesces around Sullivan’s charismatic, Nick Drake-esque tenor. Originally released on the short-lived Playboy imprint (yes, that Playboy) Jim Sullivan would be the last many heard from the singer - three years later Sullivan disappeared in New Mexico and has not been spotted since.

Ghostface Killah
Ghostface Killahs

Here comes the first solo Ghostface Killah album in years which he's named after a kind of plural version of himself. It's guest-ridden with various Wu Tang Clan pals helping him out including Method Man and fellow killer Masta Killa. Get ready for some classic Ghostface lyrical action with his verbose, growly wordplay sitting atop stellar production by Danny Caiazzo. 

Juana Molina

Argentinian experimental / folktronica guitarist Juana Molina turned up at Roskilde festival in 2018 to find her band’s instruments weren’t there. She had her guitar, so they played on with the instruments that were there. This meant playing improvised arrangements of her songs. It went down a storm, so they decided to take the ideas into the studio. Forfun, a 4-track 10” EP of reworked songs is the result.

On a Clear Day I Can See Forever

Lindstrøm presents his sixth solo studio album On A Clear Day I Can See Forever. Based around long, one-take recordings and inspired by the material he wrote for a special performance last winter at Norway’s Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, the new record has essentially seen him debunk his old ways of creating music, using physical instruments and not computer technology. 

Oratorio For The Underworld

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BJ The Chicago Kid

BJ The Chicago Kid drops his latest LP of widescreen hip-hop. 1123 is very much a post-To Pimp A Butterfly album, but it’s also a post-Stankonia album, a post-Channel Orange album and a post-Acid Rap album. That is to say there’s a lot going on here, with neo-soul and trap beats sitting side by side. 1123 boasts a pretty varied guestlist too - Rick Ross and Offset rub shoulders with J.I.D., Afrojack and Anderson .Paak.

Natty / Mala & Benjamin Zephaniah
Word & Sound

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Bruno Bavota
Get Lost

The prophecy is true - Italian composer Bruno Bavota has made another LP of contemporary classical compositions. Get Lost ticks all the usual boxes - Waifish piano? Yep. Gently-undulating strings? Sure. Chest-swelling chord progressions? Very much so. Olafur Arnalds would be proud. Something from Get Lost is sure to be soundtracking a climactic scene in a romcom very soon.

The League Of Gentlemen
Series Three - Do You Want A Bag With That

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Julien Chang

At only 19 years of age (an age where I had barely learnt to speak) Baltimore resident Julien Chang is readying his debut. Chang (pronounced Chong just so you don't make an idiot of yourself) makes infectious electronic pop with nods to the jazz funk runs of the 70s and 80s. Sorta Toro Y Moi meets George Benson I suppose. Smooth yacht-ish rock that should be played all day long, all night strong. 

If Not, When?

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Geoffrey Hendricks with Philip Corner
Stones : Dreams

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John Holt
Like a Bolt

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Only Now

Souk Records snapped up the acclaimed Only Now - a.k.a. musician Kush Arora - after a trio of self-released records earlier in 2019. Built from five tracks, Captivity is a whirling cloud of riotous broken beat and heavenly atmospherics that’s reminiscent of the best Warp releases and the likes of F**k Buttons. 

Valentina Magaletti & Julian Sartorius
Sulla Pelle

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Aquarian Blood
A Love That Leads To War

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Virginia band Turnover turn over (ahem) a new leaf on new LP Altogether. Where once this band dealt in angst-ridden emo, now they’re all about the pop stuff. Tracks like ‘Plant Sugar’ skip along with the breezy abandon of Blossoms while ‘Much After Feeling’ is basically Toro Y Moi. There are certainly parallels in development between Turnover and Ceremony.

Steven Price
Suicide Squad (Original Motion Picture Score)

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Minimal Compact
Creation Is Perfect

Dutch post-punk band Minimal Compact formed in 1980 and were famed for their energy, unpredictability and intensity. Creation is Perfect sees them under the guidance of long time collaborator and post-punk legend Colin Newman of Wire as they re-record some classic tracks, giving extra hue to their original compositions. 


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Becoming A Bed

Melbourne-based Total Control drummer James Vinciguerra releases his debut solo album as Trevor, titled Becoming A Bed, via Alter Records. Spanning seven tracks, this often bewildering collection sprawls across everything between gibbering computer hardware meltdowns and unsettling spoken-word pieces. 

Present Unmetrics

Synonymous with the likes of Pick Up Sticks, Paper Of Pins and Tiergarten, Mapstation is the electronic brainchild of Düsseldorf-born pioneer Stefan Schneider. Subtle and imbued with intricacy, his latest piece - 'Present Unmetrics' - is an off-kilter piece of free-reign creativity, forged with coherency and an unwavering sense of timelessness.

VR Sex

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Bill MacKay & Katinka Kleijn

New album from Chicago resident and serial collaborator Bill Mackay alongside cellist Katinka Kleijn. Here the duo use the Hermann Hesse’s novel Steppenwolf as a basis for a series of sketches that draw from the worlds of chamber music, jazz, folk and avant-garde. Expect an inquisitive, exploratory and improvisational work from these curious musical pals.   

Dan Luke and The Raid
Out Of The Blue

Out Of The Blue is the debut album by American indie rockers, Dan Luke & The Raid. Luke says the album concentrates on that transition period in your twenties when you realise you need to grow up. Musically it land somewhere between The Dandy Warhols and The Shins and a bunch of other bands of that ilk.


Scottish /  Portugese producer and artist SHHE  has the real name of Su Shaw, which when said all together repeatedly makes for a different version of a popular tongue twister. In a quest to find herself, SHHE left her old life in Fife behind to find herself among a bunch of creative types in Dundee. It was this that helped her capture her atmospheric, sparse, haunted vision that is her self-titled debut album.

Ludovico Einaudi
Le Onde

Le Onde is the fourth album by Italian pianist and composer Ludivico Einaudi. It is inspired by the Virginia Wolfe novel, The Waves, which is precisely what the title translates to. Einaudi’s music has been sampled by Professor Green, remixed by Mogwai and used as walk on music by Nicki Minaj. Godfather of punk, Iggy Pop, counts himself among his fans. 

Black Milk

Rapper, songwriter and producer Black Milk went solo in 2005 after being in production group B.R. Gunna. DiVE is his latest EP which concerns itself with being the bigger man and  finding forgiveness after betrayal. Guests include MAHD, BJ the Chicago Kid, and Sam Austins, an artist who Pusha-T has taken under his wing.

Bobby Oroza
This Love Instrumentals

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Psychic TV
The Evening Sun Turns Crimson

In 2017 Psychic TV were commissioned to play a live musical performance alongside a showing of Derek Jarman's 1974 film 'In The Shadow of the Sun'. The performance took place at (where else?) Cafe Oto in London and here is the musical accompaniment for the first time on vinyl and based (I think) on an original soundtrack by Throbbing Gristle.  

first timer

Check out that cover artwork. Dreamboat alert! And what’s more, pizzagirl has the tunes to back up his dashing good looks. On debut LP first timer the Liverpool-based singer-songwriter serves up some digitised indie-pop full of melody and verve. Opener ‘ball’s gonna keep on rollin’’ draws heavily on Pet Shop Boys while there’s a bit of OK Go to cuts like ‘body biology’.

Operating Theatre
The Early Years

A double-CD release celebrating one half of the career of Roger Doyle and Olwen Fouere's music-theatre company Operating Theatre. The composer and performer (respectively) enjoyed a two-part existence, and this 25-track compilation The Early Years concentrates on the first half of that, from 1981 to 1988, when the company also led a concurrent life as a band releasing actual records. 

Land Of The Lost

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Year Of The Witch

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Sorry Girls

The burgeoning Montreal DIY dream pop outfit, Sorry Girls, release 10-track offering 'Deborah'. It's as much about aesthetics as it is the heartfelt narratives found within their catchy pop formula. Heather Foster Kirkpatrick and Dylan Konrad Obront's debut is crammed with earnest earmworm melodies and candid lyricism - all carefully crafted over a two year period.

Land Of Light
The World Lies Breathing

With its strange glitchy and twinkling melodies, Land of Light return from a seven year break with new LP 'The World Lies Breathing'. As a follow up to their debut, this piece is a highly experimental slice of electronica lives in its very own sparse and ambient universe. Best served in a candle-lit bedroom.

Back Ground Music

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White Reaper
You Deserve Love

A first major-label release for Louisville-based quintet White Reaper, who’ve been doggedly carving out a name for themselves in the alternative rock scene over the last five years, an ascendancy that has seen them support The Killers. You Deserve Love is the group’s third studio album overall, and arrives on CD and green coloured vinyl. 
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Deux Furieuses
My War Is Your War

Deux Furieuses, comprising vocalist-guitarist Ros Cairney and drummer Vas Antoniadou, return with their second studio album after having earned the airplay from Radio X and support slots for Frank Turner with their 2016 debut Tracks of Wire. Re-doubling their efforts and bringing a sense of political urgency to their sound, My War Is Your War looks likely to repeat their successes to date. 

Essaie Pas

James Murphy’s DFA heralds the return of Montreal electronic duo Essaie Pas - who include Marie Davidson, who found success last year with her solo hit single ‘Work It’ - with a brand new single. ‘Earth’ is a deliberately retro-sounding collision of Nineties trance and techno, released with another new track ‘Corps Étranger’ and a Marco Passarani remix of the title track. 

Daniel Pioro

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Ariel Pink
Odditties Sodomies Vol. 2

The second of three new releases from the archives of Ariel Pink during the time he recorded under his Haunted Graffiti guise, Odditties Sodomies Vol. 2 exhumes another batch of out-takes, demos and non-album tracks. Vol. 1 was originally released back in 2008, and this follow-up of sorts is released via Mexican Summer. 

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti

Part of his initial big burst of activity between 1998 and 2007, Underground is the album that everyone forgot. Look for it on Wikipedia...I've tried and I've failed. Anyway it was his inaugural release of his initial barrage of creativity originally self released in 1999 before getting a proper release around 2007. Early Ariel Pink - can't be an easy listen but always fascinating. 

Skint & Demoralised
We Are Humans

Wakefield’s Skint & Demoralised - a vehicle for the spoken-word art of frontman Matt Abbott - gears up for its first album release in six years, and the current febrile state of Brexit-paralysed Britain has been needing it! We Are Humans works because it focusses on humanity, not anger, seeking to unite rather than divide further. Presented on white vinyl via Fierce Panda. 

Past Tense - The Best of Sparks

Will you just look at them. In no way does that sleeve represent the quality of (most of) the music represented here. Sparks have been going for fifty goddamn years moving through glam-rock, disco, synth pop, neo-classical, avant-garde or whatever they decided they would do that day. This is their first ever career retrospective ranging from 1967 to 2017's rather good Hippopotamus. I'd say more Sparks than you ever need but the truth is you can never get enough Sparks.  

Planetary Assault Systems

Veteran electronic musician, producer, DJ, trailblazer and innovator, Luke Slater returns under his Planetary Assault Systems moniker to make music to mess with your head. His new album, Plantae is made for and inspired by legendary Berlin nightclub, Berghain. Slater feels Planetary Assault Systems and Berghain exist for one another.


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So Cold Streams

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Box of Swords

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The Mahotella Queens
Meet The Mahotella Queens

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