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Luigi Porto
Scimmie – Colonna Sonora “L ́Apocalisse delle Scimmie” di Romano Scavolini

Romano Scavolini made and directed the film 'L'apocalisse delle Scimmie' in 2005, and asked composer Luigi Porto to give him a score that absolutely wasn't a soundtrack: according to Porto, he asked for "something that continues even if the film stops, a music that doesn't care". The result is this thing that is a soundtrack but also isn't.

Mark Mcguire & Nate Scheible
Certain Circumstances

Opal Collection

Opal Collection is the new vinyl LP from Maston. Continuing the current dream-psyche-indie-rock vibes, Opal Collection is akin to the likes of Real Estate and Mac DeMarco. Think guitars drenched in reverb and lyrics brimming with nostalgia, OC will whisk you away to the west coast in the summer time. Out on Stroll on and limited to 300 copies.

Mud Gals / Rotten

Ty Segall-endorsed up and comers Wand are best mates with Meatbodies, with Wand frontman Cory Hanson a regular collaborator. This sludgy, heavy offering comes with a nice dollop of laid-back Californian hair fuzz. Their debut album is due out soon, meanwhile this 7" two-track vinyl is very limited stock so don't hang around. 

Mushy / Meddicine


Holy Mountain briefly drop their all-out psychedelic hero-worship for the no-nonsense Musk, a band of hard rockers, sludge metalheads and fuzz guitarists making hateful tunes with an unrelenting and quite unkind rhythm section. 'Musk' is noisy squalor, shooting for the rawest sludge approach possible. Whatever genre they are, they have been described pretty uniformly as "dirty".

Neil Campbell & Robert Horton

Midwestern Family Values

Chicago is luckily a large enough city to engulf a multitude of polarizing bands, and one of the best and most ominous of the darker side of the spectrum is the powerhouse known as NONES. Originally forged as an exact opposite blueprint of the archetype female-fronted punk group, this band is a fully-BACKED female force of contention with one deranged and sufficiently blurred frontman slashing forth and breaking the stereotype into micro shards of glass you will never be able to completely pick out of your fine upholstery. 

Pissed Jeans

Having been long out of print on vinyl for a number of years, it was only a matter of time before Pissed Jeans’ 2005 punk classic debut LP 'Shallow' got the reissue treatment. Known for its sheer, beautiful discordance, and initially the record that won over Sub Pop, the reissue also includes the addition of their 2004 single ‘Throbbing Organ’, with the vinyl format including it as a bonus 7” and the CD format including a download code for the song. 

Planetary Assault Systems
Future Modular EP

Recloose ft B.Slade
Magic / UHF

René Margraff

Reuben Son
Days Gone By

  • Vinyl 7" (wagtail 003)
  • £6.99 £4.19 (saving: £2.80)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition

Richard Crandell & Masumi Timson
Pacific Bridge

Ruskin & Broom


Much needed re-issue of the debut LP from these Austin based electronic wizards, two of whom went on to compose the soundtrack to 'Stranger Things'. Back in 2012 though they were combining vintage and modern synthesisers to concoct their original brand of atmospheric soundtrack influenced compositions. Very influential record this one. 

Shit & Shine

Craig "Shit And Shine" Clouse follows up the chameleonic repeato madness of 'Powder Horn', his recent double LP on Diagonal, with this more compact 12" on Gangsigns which sees him blast through six songs in half an hour, ranging from aggressive noise to looped funk and tweaked out techno. It's hard to know what to expect from Shit And Shine but it's fair to assume repetition will be involved and it'll probably be quite good.


Matthew Bower has been evil for a minute or two, traceable in the lineage of British noise and power electronics as a shadowy figure with a guitar, lots of pedals and a dedication to changing minds and shattering ears. His Skullflower project has concentrated more on the industrial side of things, while retaining a natural beauty you won't find in much other work like this. On 'Draconis', he's joined by Samantha Davis, and together they take what's pretty in the world and drown it in white noise. 

Some Truths
Bliss Abyss

Some Truths is the modular synth project of Ralph Cumbers, also of Bass Clef and one of my absolute favourite twitter accounts (@bassclefbass). That means that what you hear on Bliss Abyss was most likely created by an ungodly mass of patch cables. Each of these bright, beat-tastic explorations has half a side of vinyl to expand over, so plenty to luxuriate in here.

Stealing Sheep
A Real Clown / Do As You Will

Following the release of their debut album, Into The Diamond Sun, and touring with Alt-J, Stealing Sheep have recorded two brand new tracks exclusively for Record Store Day. A-side single "A Real Clown" comes backed with "Do As You Will" and is limited to 300 7” pressings. Fantastic, one for fans of Warpaint.

Sun Ra
When Sun Comes Out

Part four of PoppyDisc's ongoing series of the genius of Sun Ra on vinyl.This was the fifth album by the Arkestra to be released, and was the first to be taken from recordings made at the Choreographer's Workshop, New York. Other albums recorded there include Art Forms of Dimensions Tomorrow, Bad and Beautiful, Cosmic Tones for Mental Therapy and Other Planes of There.

Super Djata De Bamako
Vol. 2 Blue

Terrence Dixon
Lost At Sea

  • Vinyl 12" (SFTDX001)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy

The Budos Band
Burnt Offering

'Burnt Offering' is the newest record from that ten-piece that just wants to have fun: the Budos Band. Riffs on riffs front this record of hazy psych-rock and proud metal worship, though the band retain their jazz and Afrobeat influences and pack their tunes with all the things that make them more like Fela Kuti. A weird, wonderful hybrid of musical party makes up 'Burnt Offering'.

The Driftwood Manor
Dominican Black Abbey EP

  • CD single (RR28)
  • £5.49 £2.75 (saving: £2.74)
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  • Last copy

The Intelligence
Boredom and Terror / Let's Toil

These lo-fi indie rockers look like they've just stepped out of a Wes Andersen set; in actuality, though, Back in 2004, the Intelligence made this record of lo-fi indie pop that spits itself out the way Robert Pollard spews nonsense for Guided by Voices. 'Boredom and Terror' is full of thrown off vocals, momentary lapses in guitar riffage and rock steady drum beats played way too loud in the mix. The result is throwback indie rock to the days when you just started playing and hoped a song came out at the end -- on 'Boredom and Terror', they usually get lucky, making irresistible garage rock tunes that recall 90s indie rock and Devo in equal measure, as well as the newer guitar rock ripping of Tony Molina.

The Unit Ama
The Mason's Mallet

  • Vinyl LP (TUF001)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition

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