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Added to site: Tuesday 28th January 2020

100 Broken Windows

100 Broken Windows is the second album from Scottish guitar slingers Idlewild. This was the one when they got nearest to perfecting their take on '90s guitar rock. There's a huge REM influence in both Roddy Woomble's nasal twang and in their plaintive melodies but these lads are also as loud and powerful as any grunge band.  

Peter Howell & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Through A Glass Darkly

Through a Glass Darkly is a seminal document in terms of synth music. Peter Howell began work on the album in 1977 with the brief to create music to fill one side of an LP. The result is a low budget classic and ranks alongside great works by the likes of Vangelis and Jean-Michel Jarre.
  • Vinyl LP (SILLP1544)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Fourth Dimension

A vinyl only reissue of Paddy Kingsland of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's 1973 solo album, 'Fourth Dimension'. Much sought after by synth-sniffers the world over, this record features plenty of VCS 3 and 'Delaware' Synthi 100 action backed by a 1970's session band. Includes funfair favourite and Doctor Who Theme B-side 'Reg'.


Lustra was the third album by Echobelly, released in 1997. Their previous two albums were released amid the Britpop frenzy and garnered the band more attention. This album is no less valid, though.They hired Pixies producer Gil Norton to toughen up their sound and, in front woman Sonya Madan, they had a singer with a voice of gold and lyrics to match. 
  • Vinyl LP (MOVLP2249C)
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  • Limited edition

Roseland Live NYC

It's Portishead, performing live at New York’s Roseland Ballroom, during their original '90s pomp (later followed by their current pomp of course). And it’s a pretty sublime performance all told, the main group joined by an orchestra to perform dusty, extra-noirish versions of classic tracks from Dummy and Portishead. Reissued on 2 LPs.

Neneh Cherry
Raw Like Sushi

Raw Like Sushi, the debut album by Neneh Cherry, was originally released 30 years ago. Here we have a deluxe expanded reissue. It included the massive hits Buffalo Stance and Manchild. Contributors to the album included 3D and Mushroom from Massive Attack and, looking very relaxed, on vibes, Nellee Hooper.
Added to site: Monday 27th January 2020

Elektrafied- The Elektra Years 1979-1982

Shoes were one of the great undervalued power pop bands of the late '70s and early '80s. We've bleated long enough in these pages about their early lo-fi records so it's time to find out what became of Shoes after they signed to a major label. Well they carried on making robust but tuneful power-pop - a little shiner perhaps with bigger production values but still as enchanting. This box set is the Shoes fan's wet dream taking in their three albums for Elektra plus countless demos, alternate takes and outtakes.  
  • CD box set (QCRCDBOX91)
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The Monochrome Set
Little Noises 1990-1995

The Monochrome Set have always been prolific - spewing out albums at a rate of knots that put other bands to shame. They are best known for their early '80s records but after a split in 1986 the band reformed in 1990 and released five new albums over the next five years. This lesser known era of the band is perfectly captured on this 5CD set which presents each album plus a grab bag of bonus tracks. 
  • CD box set (CRCDX88)
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Federico Fellini & Nino Rota
La Strada

The score to Frederico Fellini’s 1954 film La Strada was composed by Nino Rota. Its main theme recurs throughout the film being played by the characters, firstly on violin then on trumpet. Fellini initially wanted to use a soundtrack by Arcangelo Corelli which he played on tape whilst filming. Rota wasn’t particularly on board with this idea so wrote his own piece that was rhythmically identical to match the on screen movements. Rota’s final score included parts that were reminiscent to Larghetto from Dvořák's Opus 22 Serenade for Strings in E major.

Happy Mondays
...Yes Please!

...Yes Please! is the fourth album by Happy Mondays, originally released in 1992. It will forever be known as the album that cost far too much to record and sold too few copies to recoup the costs, thus bankrupting Factory Records. It was produced by Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz of Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club fame. Features the singles Stinkin’ Thinkin’, Angle and Sunshine & Love.

Federico Fellini & Nino Rota
La Dolce Vita

Fredrico Fellini was a visionary filmmaker. His films are regarded among some of the best films ever committed to celluloid. In collaboration with composer Nino Rota, he also scored his films. Here we have a vinyl version of the score to his 1960 Palme d'Or winning masterpiece LA Dolce Vita, released via Le Chant Du Monde.

J. M. Pagán
Kiu I Els Seus Amics: Banda Original De La Serie De TV

Swiss/Catalonian producer J. M. Pagán wrote the science fiction-funk soundtrack to daytime TV show ‘Kiu I Els Seus Amics’, a curious tribute to the film E.T. that only lasted for one series but captured the minds of many, making it a fondly remembered cult affair to this day. This new edition from the Finders Keepers label immaculately preserves Pagán’s synthesiser soundscapes as well as including some bonus TV edits. 

In Gut's House

Described by New York rock 'n' roll mag Trouser Press as "a balance of pop-conscious song-structuring and outright-croak as Sonic Youth's Evol-period", UT's 'In Gut's House' is the sophomore record by the New York genre-blenders. It's a fantastic justification on how the No-Wavers became a serious force on the east coast.
Added to site: Friday 24th January 2020

The Doors
The Soft Parade (50th Anniversary Edition)

The Soft Parade was the Doors fourth album originally released in 1969. As was typical of the times, the band were pressurised into coming up with new material after gruelling tours and so the album was a difficult one. It had lavish arrangements which alienated some of their early fanbase and it lacked the raw intensity of earlier work. Still, its standing has grown over the years and 50 years later it comes in an new edition remastered by original engineer Bruce Botnik. 

Hymn To The Immortal Wind (10 Year Anniversary Edition)

Mono’s album Hymn to the Immortal Wind (their first with a full chamber orchetra) is such a big epic boy of a post-rock album, I can’t quite believe that the big chords have even faded away yet from their original playing. And yet here we are, with a one-decade anniversary reissue. These reissues have been remastered by Bob Weston, and are presented in truly luxurious fashion by Temporary Residence.

Depeche Mode

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Added to site: Thursday 23rd January 2020


This is a much needed re-issue of this sampled folk funk classic from 1973 which has been described as proto Yacht Rock. Melodic sun dappled songs with hints of country rock that stand pretty well against the likes of Crosby Stills and Nash whilst being underground and cool enough to be sampled by MF Doom.  

The Lovely Eggs
This Is Our Nowhere

The Lovely Eggs have perfected the DIY punk aesthetic over the course of a clutch of singles, two EPs and three albums. Their new album, This is Our Nowhere, consolidates their position of not-giving-a-shit punk attitude whilst adding a touch of psychedelic nonsense. There will be a special limited edition black and white vinyl version released for Record Store Day 2015, which precedes the official release of the album.

New Order
Everything's Gone Green

One of them there old New Order EPs gets a reissue. 1981’s Everything’s Gone Green is one of the most important early works in the band’s discography. The last thing they did with famed producer Martin Hannett at the controls, this trio of tunes are synthetic post-punk par excellence. Now they’re getting remastered and reissued.

The Raconteurs
Consolers Of The Lonely

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David Axelrod
Songs Of Experience

Wait! Come back! This isn't a reissue of that U2 album, I promise! This is David Axelrod's second album first release in 1969, and the sequel to Songs of Innocence. Like his first album, this is a lushly orchestrated interpretations of the poetry of one William Blake. As the name might suggest, this time Axelrod was concerned with the darker aspects of life.

David Bowie

20 years ago David Bowie recorded a set for the VH1 series Storytellers. It has previously been released on CD, Digital and DVD, but never on vinyl. This vinyl edition is the most complete and faithful version of events that day (23/08/1999) and includes 4 songs that were not on the original CD release. It contains songs from Hunky Dory, Low, Aladin Sane and more. 


Seriously I never knew that it was pronounced Hate Rock. Not a clue. Anyway this is a re-press of a 2004 era (they have been going a long time haven't they?) live collection from quiet Melbourne band HTRK. It has them recorded simply but effectively using an old tape deck for that analogue sound. Sort of like their own the Trinity Sessions I guess. It caught the ear of Birthday Party feller Rowland S. Howard who subsequently produced their next album.  

The Psychedelic Furs
Mirror Moves

Mirror Moves was The Psychedelic Furs fourth album. Released in 1984, it came 7 years into their career and by then, the gritty, punky, art-rock sound had been refined and smoothed out. The furs found the sweet spot where the balance of distorted guitars and acerbic lyrics brought chart success rather than obscurity.
  • Vinyl LP (88985460011)
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Operating Theatre
Miss Mauger

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Caspar Brötzmann Massaker
Der Abend Der Schwarzen Folklore

The Caspar Brotzmann Massaker reissue program continues with Der Abend Der Schwarzen Folklore. Whilst this previous albums, The Tribe and Black Axis had their foundation in rock, albeit the most skyscraper-scaling, ear-bleeding kind, Der Abend Der Schwarzen Folklore dabbles in previously unheard brand of free-form noise, leaving those skyscrapers in piles of rubble.  

Kath Bloom & Loren Connors
Sand In My Shoe

Ooh Sand in My Shoe(s) by Dido. Haunting eh? Legendary folk duo Kath Bloom & Loren Connors provided their own end of the holiday lament with this 1983 album which was only pressed in a short run of 200 or so copies at the time. In the intervening years the legend surrounding these explorers grew and so it is time for a luxury re-issue with digital bonus tracks and a live EP. For the uninitiated this is beautiful fragile folk mixing originals with traditional material which gained long term fandom from the likes of Bill Callahan and Mark Kozelek. 
  • Vinyl LP (CH154LPC1)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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Elliott Smith
New Moon

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Vernon Elliot
The Clangers

Until the day comes when we can hear the Button Moon soundtrack pressed onto vinyl we must be content with this re-press of Vernon Elliott's soundtrack for Oliver Postgate's classic The Clangers series for infants. Recorded in a church hall in Kent in the late '60s this was originally released to acclaim on Trunk in 2001. 
  • Vinyl LP (JBH078LP)
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Night Force & The Tom Cats

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Dark Arts
Reflections In A Rear View Mirror

Reflections In A Rear View Mirror is a new studio record from Stephanie Payne, a hugely interesting figure in experimental music who has been recording on-and-off under the name of Dark Arts for over 35 years at this point and who has previously worked with the notorious producer Steve Albini.  
  • Vinyl LP (STRLP-035)
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On And On (Fears Keep On)

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Added to site: Wednesday 22nd January 2020

Per Nørgård
Expanding Space

Mostly known for his more conventionally classical music, in 1985 Per Nørgård composed and recorded a solo electronic trip of cosmic proportions. Freed of the constraints of the ensemble, Nørgård's Expanding Space is a rhythm-less, melody-less and harmony-less epic that was intended to be both meditative focal point and discrete ambience. Reissue by Institute for Danish Sound Archaeology.
  • Vinyl Double LP (IDL08)
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Knud Viktor
Ambiances / Images

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DJ John Collins

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Bent Lorentzen
Electronic Music

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Added to site: Tuesday 21st January 2020

Love Lives Forever

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Bad Vibes

Bad Vibes was the debut release from West Coast producer Shlohmo (aka Henry Laufer). He has gone on to be a respected producer visual artist and clothes designer but here is where it all started. It showcased a laid back form of lo-fi hip-hop production that saw him compared with the likes of Flying Lotus as a purveyor of innovative vibey production. Friends of Friends who issued it back in the day present this 2020 issue of what has become an album of much influence in the intervening years.  

Moonlight Groover

Trojan Records team up with Music On Vinyl for this re-issue of 1970’s Moonlight Groover, a compilation that assembled the best of Jamaican record producer Duke Reid’s early reggae/rocksteady productions. Featuring the likes of John Holt, Joya Landis and Alton Ellis, the album has long been essential ownership for anyone with more than a fleeting interest in the island’s sound. 
  • Vinyl LP (MOVLP2556C)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Mike Tingley
The Abstract Prince

We're a fan of bringing back hidden gems that are forgotten by history. Mike Tingley's 'The Abstract Prince' falls into that bracket. The South Californian pioneer conjured up this orchestral psychedelia-tinged slab of pop majesty way back in 1968. It now returns on vinyl with its themes (love, loneliness, war) beating as true as ever.
  • Vinyl LP (MOVLP2595C)
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King Crimson
In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)

In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation by King Crimson) is an LP which deserves a place in every record collection. The cover alone gives it a presence on the shelves within the ranks of other LPs, but the real twinkling gems are, of course, the classic, heavy prog of 21st Century Schizoid Man, the delicate psychedelia of I Talk to The Wind and the epic which is The Court of The Crimson King. The vinyl weighs in at a hefty 200g but the songs are so much heavier in so many ways.

Jonathan Richman
Ishkode! Ishkode!

Ishkode! Ishkode! was Jonathan Richman’s 17th solo album originally released in 2016. The one 6 years after O Moon Queen of Night on Earth and the one before his latest offering, 2018’s SA! It’s typical of the great man’s solo stuff - guitar, drums and lyrics that lay his beautiful soul open to us. Incidentally, Ishkode means ‘fire' in the Native American language Ojibwe.
Added to site: Monday 20th January 2020

Dwight Yoakam
Blame the Vain

Dwight Yoakam walks that ever so thin line between mainstream country and cool, acceptable alt. Country. He also owns a biscuit brand, which may help him being perceived as cool. His highly regarded 2005 album, Blame The Vain is turning 15, so is getting pressed on vinyl for the first time. I’m guessing he’s hoping to get more of a foot into the alt. Country camp too. 
Added to site: Thursday 16th January 2020

Michael Fakesch
Marion (20th Anniversary Edition)

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Glass Bead Game

Glass Bead Game was the debut album from long running dream pop band Breathless. For the uninitiated, their sound is akin to that released on many a 4AD record in the '80s (singer Dom Appleton guested on This Mortal Coil records) and is often compared to the likes of Cocteau Twins and the Cure. Long out of print, this hidden classic is back out on 1972 records. 

Lalique Gadaffi Handgrenade

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Added to site: Wednesday 15th January 2020

The Cramps

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Tino Contreras
Musica Infinita

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Mr. Scruff
Keep It Unreal

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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Eyes Like The Sky

Eyes Like The Sky was the second King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. It was originally released in 2013 and there were only 500 pressed. Fear not, though - their concept album that flows like cult western novel - is here again. The album is narrated by Broderick Smith, obscure ‘70s musician and father of the band’s keyboard player. LP on Halloween orange vinyl with new artwork.

Fat White Family
Champagne Holocaust

A genuine blast of fresh/fetid air, depending on which you think the UK needed back in 2013? Or merely another bunch of drug-addled, diseased attention seekers with just enough repetitive riffs and churning glam-inspired songs to get by? Whatever, 'Champagne Holocaust' was the Fat White's Oasis-referencing debut that showcased their skills in the area of publicity stunts just as much as their ability to produce scuzzy, underground garage rock.   
Added to site: Tuesday 14th January 2020

The Electric Prunes

Perhaps one of the lesser heralded psych-rock bands of the later '60s era were the Electric Prunes. Underground was their second LP released in 1967 and continued their tight 'n' heavy scuzzy acid psych sound. Like its self titled predecessor, it features fuzz-toned guitars and an array of psychedelic effects. Do not underestimate the influence of this one on today's array of heavy psych bands.    

The Other Half
Mr Pharmacist / I've Come So Far

The Other Half were a ‘60s garage band who featured guitarist Randy Holden. Holden would go on to have more success with ‘60s proto-metal band Blue Cheer. Their song, Mr. Pharmacist was made famous in the 1980s by The Fall. Here we have a 7” version which features I’ve Come So Far on the B-side. If you like bands such as The Sonics, then you’ll love this.

John Coltrane & Don Cherry
The Avant-Garde (Stereo)

Coltrane 'n' Cherry together at last. The aptly titled album sees the duo play several Ornette Coleman compositions accompanied by Charlie Haden and Ed Blackwell. The result can definitely be described as 'out there' and the musicians stretch their genre to its limits with oddball tempo changes, accents and melodic phrases that at the time proved a bit much for some people but now can be seen as a template for deconstructed jazz.   

Hangman's Beautiful Daughters
Smashed Full Of Wonder

Smashed Full of Wonder is an in-depth exhumation of the complete recordings of London-based psychedelic garage rockers Hangman’s Beautiful Daughters, briefly signed to Dan Treacy’s Dreamworld imprint in the late Eighties. The tracks are re-mastered and now available on CD for the first time, with an accompanying 12-page booklet featuring exclusive images and an essay by Jowe Head (formerly of Television Personalities and Swell Maps). 

Betty Davis
Nasty Gal

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Eze-Nri Royal Drummers
Eze-Nri Royal Drummers Vol. 1

Eze-Nri Royal Drummers were a percussive group from the Nigeria region of West Africa who play a traditional form of African music featuring several forms of drums and percussion. This is seen as a particularly culturally significant release as the music remains unchanged from the music that was made in the region thousands of years ago.   

Hideki Taniuchi & Yoshihisa Hirano
Death Note (Original Score)

A 28-track, double vinyl package on Tiger Lab Vinyl for Death Note, a part post-rock and part orchestral score that’s been written, arranged and produced by Hideki Taniuchi and Yoshihisa Hirano. Breathtaking in its scope, it's also the start of a new series of planned records of the same name from the record label. 

Danny Elfman
Scrooged (Music From The Motion Picture)

Richard Donner’s Christmas classic, Scrooged, is based on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and stars the one and only Bill Murray along with Bobcat Goldthwait and David Johansen who used to ply his trade as singer of the New York Dolls. The score, which we have here on vinyl is by Danny Elfman who has composed music for Tim Burton films such as Edward Scissorhands, Batman and The Nightmare Before Christmas - so you’re in good hands.

Malaku Daku
Love Drums From The Ghetto

Love Drums From The Ghetto by Malaku Daku is an afro-funk rarity. Malaku Daku, a percussionist from Philadelphia, uses the drums for deeper meaning. In the west, drums are just about music. In African society they mean much more - from the ritualistic to the spiritual to communication and passion. You can feel everything going on in these grooves.
  • Vinyl LP (TWM39)
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Christopher Young
Pet Sematary (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Pet Sematary is a 2019 horror film based on Stephen King's 1983 book and who better to get to compose a suitably terrifying soundtrack than Christopher Young (A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge etc). He uses synths to create a particular kind of dread that suggests something really terrible is going to happen. Kinda like I felt before playing the new Elbow album. Comes on pink haze vinyl with liner notes and printed insert.  
  • Vinyl Double LP (WW070)
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Black Is Beautiful

The Apostles formed in Nigeria in 1973. They are essentially a funk and soul group but other elements creep into their sound such as pop, rock and reggae. They released Black Is Beautiful in 1977. It has become a defining album of the Afrobeat scene and is therefore essential if you’re into such things, or if you just want to make your record collection more diverse.

Eric Allaman
Elvira's Haunted Hills

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Added to site: Friday 10th January 2020

The Cranberries
Something Else

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Piano Magic
Low Birth Weight

'Low Birth Weight' was the second album by Piano Magic the loose collective that centre upon the orbit of Glen Johnson. Originally released in 1999, Johnson freely admits that the album was hugely influenced by Disco Inferno, that brilliant ahead of their time act who burned out too quickly. Here, Johnson blended the sampledelia of Disco Inferno with the dream pop of the likes of Kitchens of Distinction and as always with Piano Magic is joined by an array of guests and collaborators including Pete Astor (the Loft/the Weather Prophets). 

The Durutti Column
M24J (Anthology)

The Durutti Column were Tony Wilson’s first signing to Factory Records, and remained an understated constant throughout the label’s existence and beyond. Vini Reilly’s minimal, mostly instrumental arrangements, fluid guitar playing and gentle introversion were an atypical product of post punk, but in retrospect seem to prefigure much in indie and post rock. Over the years Reilly moved from the the drumbox austerity of notoriously sandpaper-sleeved debut The Return of… to incorporate everything from classical elements to soul samples alongside his instantly recognisable playing. If you only know Reilly from his work on Morrissey’s Viva Hate, or the few occasions his work made an impact beyond cult status, this double retrospective is a fine overview.

The Field
From Here We Go Sublime

The very first album from The Field, Alex Willner’s minimal-techno-pop project, finds his sound fully developed. Endless repetitions of lush comfortable loops, with that ever-present 4/4 beat holding things together.

Tess Parks
Blood Hot

Tess Parks has recently been working closely with Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre (see this year’s I Declare Nothing), but this release brings us back to her strong and smoky solo debut. Blood Hot was released in 2013, and now makes a welcome return on wax.

Utakata No Hibi

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Added to site: Thursday 9th January 2020

The Durutti Column

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Forever Breathes The Lonely Word

The first Felt album for Creation and the first not to feature guitar wizard Maurice Deebank. Forever Breathes the Lonely Word is kind of a bridge album between their old sound and the lighter more varied work in the second half of the eighties. As a result of Deebank's departure Martin Duffy's organ takes centre stage, wandering all over the place.   

Roy Montgomery
Scenes From The South Island

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John Frusciante

John Frusciante enjoyed two stints as guitarist in Red Hot Chili Peppers from 1988-1992 and 1998-2009. Frusciante’s solo albums have a bit of a cult following and there’s quite a lot of them too, 14 in fact. Curtains was his eighth album, originally released in 2005. It features guest spots from Autolux drummer, Carla Azar, upright bassist Ken Wild and regular collaborator, Mars Volta and At The Drive-In guitarist, Omar Rodrigues-Lopez.
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Added to site: Wednesday 8th January 2020

Josh T. Pearson
Last Of The Country Gentlemen

  • Vinyl Double LP (LSTUMM326)
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Wowee Zowee

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Arab Strap

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Tom Waits
Bad As Me

Bad As Me by Tom Waits was his seventeenth album and was released in 2011. It was lauded by critics and fans alike. It brings together all the styles Waits has used throughout his career, from his early, more straight-forward songwriting to his later avant-garde approach. It also features a wide range of guest musicians from Keith Richards and Charlie Musselwhite to Flea and Les Claypool.

Stolen & Contaminated Songs

Coil made so much good stuff when making their 1991 album Love’s Secret Domain, there were enough outtakes of sufficient quality to make another album. That album was 1992’s Stolen & Contaminated Songs. The album shows Coil’s ability to balance experimentation with tradition and give abstract ideas widescreen scope. 

Joni Mitchell

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The Modern Lovers
The Modern Lovers

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Added to site: Tuesday 7th January 2020

Johnny Cash
Bootleg Vol IV: The Soul Of Truth

The fourth in the Bootleg series from Johnny Cash’s archives, The Soul of Truth focusses on the religious side of The Man In Black’s vast repertoire. These three slabs of vinyl showcase songs recorded during the Seventies and Eighties, including an unreleased album of gospel music from 1975, and comes with liner notes from his son, John Carter Cash. 
  • Vinyl Triple LP (MOVLP530C)
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Johnny Cash
Bootleg Vol III: Live Around The World

The third instalment in the fascinating Johnny Cash Bootleg series, Live Around The World features 53 live tracks recorded in locations around the world between 1956 and 1979, in contexts as diverse as prison shows and a White House invitational. It’s presented as a triple-vinyl box set with in-depth liner notes from rock historian Dave Marsh. 
  • Vinyl Triple LP (MOVLP420C)
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Pig Destroyer
38 Counts of Battery

Pig Destroyer I hope don't actually want to destroy pigs but their name suggest the explosive nature of their grind-core. 38 Counts of Battery (so violent aren't they) is a compilation album of their early works originally released in 2000 but now re-issued on Relapse. Contains their original 1997 demo tape and their split records with Orchid and Isis (the band not the terrorist people).  

Jay Bolotin
No One Seems To Notice That It's Raining

Jay Bolotin is one of the great ‘what-if’s of the American songbook. A singer-songwriter contemporaneous with Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, Bolotin’s work is known to be admired by artists including Kris Kristofferson and Merle Haggard. However, he has never had much success in getting his music released. Now this Delmore Recorings collection hopes to give Bolotin some long-overdue shine. Recorded in the first half of the 1970’s, the tracks of No One Seems To Notice That It’s Raining are spare, melancholy things. One wonders if Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy ever got wind of these.

Scott Walker
Climate of Hunter

Typically of Scott Walker, his eleventh album (originally released in 1984) is both experimental in sound and texture but features guest spots from the mainstream likes of Mark Knopfler and Billy Ocean. There's no-one quite like him is there? This was a 'comeback' album released ten years after his previous solo LP and shows his music becoming ever more fractured. Next stop: Tilt.  

James Brown
Get On The Good Foot

Get On The Good Foot by James Brown was originally released in 1972. As you might expect, it’s funky as hell. The title track was released as a single, split into two parts for some reason, and has been sampled numerous times. If you think you haven’t heard it before, you probably have.

The Correct Use Of Soap

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Added to site: Monday 6th January 2020

Antics - Revisionist History Edition

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Cool / Dub

One of the most brilliant records of its era by one of the best and most unsung bands of the post-punk era. Excitingly the Pylon back catalogue has just been taken over by New West who will be releasing a box set next year but for now treat yourself to a re-press of their debut double A sided single. It's a lethal dose of scratchy, propulsive danceable post-punk which influenced the B52s and R.E.M amongst scores of others. 
  • Vinyl 7" (NW4143-7)
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Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Roots From The Congo

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Back Ground Music

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Hell Hath No Fury

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Added to site: Friday 3rd January 2020

The Phantom Band
Checkmate Savage

2009 is currently being raided for forgotten gems that can be re-pressed to ensure the worlds vinyl is still put to good use. The latest is the debut of The Phantom Band which came out on Chemikal Underground. The same label have re-issued the record in all its glory and for the uninitiated this six piece band play an idiosyncratic form of music that takes in krautrock, blues and art rock. Time to get belatedly on board. 

O.G. Original Gangster

O.G. Original Gangster was the fourth album by rapper Ice-T, originally released in 1991. It is widely and highly critically acclaimed for his lyrics and use of beats. In his lyrics he expressed his feelings about social issues, violence and life in the ghetto - but what set him apart was the street language he used. 
Added to site: Friday 27th December 2019

Herbie Hancock

Jazz-fusion classic Directstep by the legendary Herbie Hancock was originally only released in Japan in 1979 and has been out of print for the best part of 40 years. So, unless you were lucky / wealthy / old enough to bag yourself an expensive Japanese import back in the day, you’ll be wanting this reissue. Includes reworked versions of Butterfly and I Thought It Was You along with new track Shiftless Shuffle.

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