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Added to site: Wednesday 30th October 2019

Steve Reich
Live / Electric Music

Live / Electric Music collects two pieces by Steve Reich, one of the masters of minimalism. The a-side features 'Violin Phase' which is recorded by Paul Zukofsky, which sees Reich applying his phasing skills to one of the more mournful instruments. 'It's Gonna Rain' meanwhile has Reich looping a doomsaying pastor.

Sparks
Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins

Sparks have done many great things over the course of their forty plus years in show business none of which was the title of this their sixteenth album originally released in 1994. It was their first album in six years which is a long time for these prolific brothers so it was gratefully lapped up by both long term fans and those who had come to the band courtesy of the Brit-pop likes of Pulp and Suede who both had a bit of Sparks showmanship in their bones. 

Donald Byrd
Ethiopian Knights

Originally released in 1972 on the iconic Blue Note label, Ethiopian Knights saw celebrated American trumpeter Donald Byrd playing with other stellar musicians such as Harold Land, Bobby Hutcherson and Joe Sample. This vinyl re-issue comes with a raft of unseen photographs and brand new liner notes. 

Sparks
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.  

Various
Negro Folklore From Texas State Prisons

'Negro Folklore From Texas Prisons' is a collection of worksongs, spirituals, blues and recited poems known as ‘toasts’ recorded by American folklorist Bruce Jackson. The songs were recorded in 1964 in prisons Jackson visited. The range of songs he collected make this collection a must for any music historians, whether it be your job or just your hobby.

Geneva
Weather Underground

Aberdeen’s contribution to Britpop came in the guise of Geneva. They were labelmates of Suede on Nude, racked up a handful of Top 40 hits and a Top 20 album with their debut album, Further. The band split when Nude folded. Now they have reformed, second album Weather Underground is reissued through One Little Indian. This should go down well as it balances the jangle-pop of songs like Dollars In The Heavens with the Radiohead-ness of songs like Museum Mile. 

Geneva
Further

Remember Geneva? They were Aberdeen’s answer to Radiohead and released their debut album, Further, in 1997 which reached the heady-heights of the Top 20. They fell foul of their label, Nude, collapsing and split up. They have now reformed to remind you of what could have been. Further, originally released in 1997, is reissued with extra tracks through One Little Indian.

Bob Dylan
Travelin’ Thru, 1967 – 1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15

The Bob Dylan bootleg series continues with Travelin’ Through 1967-69: The Bootleg Series Vol.15. It focuses on Dylan’s time in Nashville, the recordings he made with Johnny Cash and songs from the sessions for John Wesley Harding, Self Portrait and Nashville Skyline. The set boasts 47 previously unreleased tracks. Features a guest appearance by legendary bluegrass banjo picker, Earl Scruggs.
Added to site: Tuesday 29th October 2019

LFO
LFO

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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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Kettel
Myam James 2

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Underground Resistance
Riot EP

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The Joy Formidable
A Balloon Called Moaning (10th Anniversary Edition)

To mark the 10th anniversary of its release at the end of 2008, Welsh indie-rock outfit The Joy Formidable - one of the most overlooked bands of their era, in our opinion - give us a double-album edition of their EP A Balloon Called Moaning. The original eight-track record is complemented by another disc, on which the band re-recorded all the songs acoustically and in Welsh. 

Nina Atsuko
Play Room

As a rare slice of 80's urban jazz fusion, Nina Atsuko's 'Play Room' very much glided the wave of the big Japanese city pop revival, but with the singer-songwriter's very own unique slant on things. Nearly 40 years since its original release, this 10-track-long piece is a real Japanese city pop gem waiting to be re-discovered.

Pharoah Sanders & Idris Muhammad
Africa

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Cornelius
Point

Point was the fourth album by excellent Japanese musician Cornelius and was the follow up to his breakthrough album Fantasma. It has become something of an influential record over the years with its technicolour palette of sounds infusing records by the likes of Beck, Phoenix and the Strokes. Now is the time for the luxury re-issue which includes three previously unheard remixes. 
Added to site: Monday 28th October 2019

Andrew Jackson Jihad
Can't Maintain

Can’t Maintain is the third album by Andrew Jackson Jihad. It was originally released in 2009 so this new picture disc pressing serves as a 10th anniversary celebration. The folk-punk band were formed in Phoenix, Arizona and will go down well with fans of Neutral Milk Hotel, Mountain Goats and Xiu Xiu.

Wipers
Land Of The Lost

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Added to site: Friday 25th October 2019

Micah P. Hinson
Micha P. Hinson & The Gospel Of Progress

Re-issue of Micah P Hinson's first album from 2004 where we all enjoyed his music and didn't know too much about his politics. It's a quiet and spectral record that shows off his rich and dark brown voice which sings sad lullabies sort of in the vein of Smog. Underneath is an orchestrated tapestry of alt country yearnings with organs, flutes and strings fleshing out the quiet meditations.    

Massive Attack
Heligoland

This was the fifth album from the masters of trip hop and as usual contains an array of guests including Horace Andy (natch), Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio, Damon Albarn, Hope Sandoval and..well...  Guy Garvey. You can't get all your decisions correct I suppose but this is an overlooked album by these experts of dark beats and now has been re-issued on double LP. 

Bernard Herrmann
Vertigo (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Alfred Hitchcock's 'Vertigo' is about detective agents, and while Bernard Hermann is in fact not one of those, his score follows the film with the tact and grace of a spy trying not to step on egg shells, with impressively short motifs and cues that keep the film fluid, moving at a constant pace.
Added to site: Thursday 24th October 2019

Zann
Strange Ways / Inside Jungle

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Ecstatic Vision
Sonic Praise

Psych, psych and more psych from Philadelphia’s Ecstatic Vision. Indebted to the likes of Hawkwind and more recently Wooden Shjips, Sonic Praise is their debut effort packed full of riffs, solos and motorik drumming. Utterly retro space rock for those who like it classic. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Relapse.
  • Vinyl LP (HPS110LTD)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Nirvana
From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah

From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah is the lesser-known Nirvana album: rather than the stripped-back acoustics of MTV Unplugged, it features full-bore amplified rock action. With material representing 1989 through to 1994, it makes for a potent intro into Kurt and co’s powers as a loud live band. Double LP reissue.

François Tusques
Alors Nosferatu Combina Un Plan Ingénieux

Alors Nosferatu Combina Un Plan Ingénieux is constructed from tapes found in François Tusques’s basement, recorded around the time that the legendary French jazz pianist performed a number of similarly iconic concerts from early 1969 to late 1971. The results are released via Cacophonic Records. 
Added to site: Wednesday 23rd October 2019

Videosex
Videosex

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Kuniyuki Takahashi
Early Tape Works (1986-1993) Vol. 2

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Ruins
Marea / Tide

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Repulsion
Horrified (30th Anniversary Picture Disc)

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Luc Ferrari
L'Escalier Des Aveugles

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Annette Brissett
Love Power

Excellent, hard-to-find LP from reggae singer Annette Brissett, reissued by Wackie’s. Love Power is of 1983 vintage, cruising down the street smoothly and coolly, taking a little gospel and a little disco in its stride as it goes. Brissett’s voice is supported by Fabian Cooke and Lloyd Bullwackie Barnes, who take ample care of most of the instruments.

The Music Improvisation Company
1969, 1970

1969,1970 by The Music Improvisation Company is an album of seminal, far-out free jazz. It features avant-garde guitarist Derek Bailey, saxophonist Evan Parker, experimental electronic musician Hugh Davies and percussionist Jamie Muir who played with Larks Tongues In Aspic-era King Crimson. For anyone who likes their music improvised this is essential, necessary.

The Mahotella Queens
Meet The Mahotella Queens

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The Kinks
Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire)

While it was met with confusion on its original release in late 1969, The Kinks’ seventh studio album Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire) aged incredibly well and is now regarded as a masterwork. To mark its 50th anniversary, BMG is releasing a lavish box set containing four CDs, four 7” singles, softback book featuring essays and interviews, printed memorabilia and enamel badge. Essentially, the final word on one of the Sixties’ most distinctive records. 

Madonna
Madonna

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
From Her To Eternity

'From Her To Eternity' was the debut record for Cave in his olden days as an ex-member of the post-punk meanies the Birthday Party and the founder of the Bad Seeds. Based around his own song-writing and contributions from co-founder Mick Harvey (who sadly didn't get his own nameplate), the record saw Cave focusing on lyricism and moments of musical reflection that weren't seen in the forthright and cruel punk attacks of the Birthday Party. 

Colin Potter
Here

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The Flaming Lips
The Soft Bulletin

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Makaya McCraven
In The Moment (Deluxe Edition)

In The Moment by Makaya McCraven was more successful than anticipated upon its initial release in 2015 meaning the first pressing disappeared pretty quickly. Giles Peterson made it his album of the week and several US publications made it their album of the year. This is the first repressing of the Paris-born jazz drummer’s sophomore release since 2015, expanded to a 3LP set.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Tepid Peppermint Wonderland Vol 2

Tepid Peppermind Wonderland Vol 2 is a 22 track compilation spanning The Brian Jonestown Massacre's trajectory from 1995 - 2004. Pressed on 180g vinyl and in a gatefold sleeve, it's been remastered featuring the band's essential tracks from all of their output, alongside live recordings and unreleased material. 

Kath Bloom & Loren Connors
Moonlight

Moonlight is the second Kath Bloom & Loren Connors re-issue this week and was their final album released in 1984 before the dissolution of their partnership as both took time away from music for the best part of a decade. It sees the duo playing in a more intuitive, freeform style than earlier records with Kath's delicate songs backed up by Loren's supportive playing. This re-issue of the original short run pressing includes digital bonus tracks of rare of the era live recordings and is available in two vinyl colours (while stocks last).   
  • Vinyl LP (CH156LP)
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  • Vinyl LP (CH156LPC1)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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The Dukes of Stratosphear
Psurroundabout Ride

The Dukes of Stratosphear were the alter ego of XTC in the mid '80s a time when psychedelic music was seemingly confined to the dustbin of history despite slowly emerging scenes in then UK and the US. The band adopted pseudonyms in order to make music more obviously in thrall to the 60s psychedelic experiences they'd had as youths and strangely enough the Dukes started to sell more records than its parent band. Indeed producer John Leckie was chosen by the Stone Roses after they'd heard his work on 25 O’Clock and Psonic Psunspot the two albums collected here. Both have been remastered and on the blu-ray you also get complete demos and instrumental versions.  

Johnny Cash
Bootleg Vol II: From Memphis To Hollywood

Released as Personal File in 2006 now renamed Bootleg Vol II: Personal File, these recordings by Johnny Cash were made between 1954 and 1957 during his early years with Sun records and his time at Columbia between 1958 and 1969. It is packed with stuff that any fan will be delighted to hear on audiophile quality vinyl.
  • Vinyl Triple LP (MOVLP285C)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Johnny Cash
Bootleg Vol I: Personal File

Bootleg Vol 1: Personal File is a reissue of archived recordings made by Johnny Cash between 1973 and 1982. It was originally released in 2006 as Personal File. Pressed on audiophile quality vinyl with a 16 page booklet, this limited edition is a collection that will delight any fan of The Man In Black.

Gene Page
Blacula (Music From The Original Sound Track)

Probably one of the bigger titles in the blaxploitation films movement Blacula’s soundtrack was composed by Gene Page, who wrote arrangements for acts such as The Righteous Brothers, The Supremes, The Four Tops, Barbra Streisand, Barry White, The Jackson Five, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations. So… The man was king.. To mark the 45 year anniversary, Music On Vinyl bring it back on wax
  • Vinyl LP (MOVATM153C)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Melt-Banana
Teeny Shiny

Repress of Melt Banana’s fourth studio album. 11 tracks of completely nuts off the wall noise rock from the genre defining group. Grindcore speed, punk energy and almost pop-like entertainment value all the way throughout.. Interspersed with bizarre noise and glitchy scrapes. Never a straight line with these guys.

Ocean Colour Scene
Marchin’ Already

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Skunk Anansie
Post Orgasmic Chill

Seems strange to think it now, but there was a time when Skunk Anansie were legitimately one of the UK’s biggest rock bands. Their stock was never higher than in 1999, the year they headlined Glastonbury and released their third studio LP Post-Orgasmic Chill (sounds like fun, eh). The alt-rock and metal-tinged songs of this record give it a bit of a Placebo flavour. Still sounds good all these years on - probably why Post-Orgasmic Chill is being reissued by 100%.
Added to site: Tuesday 22nd October 2019

The Mekons
The Edge Of The World

The Edge of the World was the 5th album by British/American punks The Mekons. By this time in their career, 1985, they had incorporated country rock into their sound which was quite a shift for them artistically. Nevertheless, the music was good, the lyrics about eating cat food and being stuck talking to drunks were typically imaginative and odd.

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Underground

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. 

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Loverboy

Looks like a load of Ariel Pink albums are coming back out on 2LP vinyl and here is his 2006 album Loverboy. Though it was his sixth album, it was part of his series of early lo-fi works which pretty much gave carte blanche to anyone wanting to re-work soft rock, funk and '60s pop into their own strange shapes. Loads of people followed but Ariel Pink did this stuff first. 

We Were Promised Jetpacks
These Four Walls

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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.

The Mekons
Fear And Whiskey

Fear and Whiskey was the fourth album by The Mekons. This album saw the British/American punk band take a sharp stylistic turn by morphing into a country rock band. It is thought that this could have been where the alt. country/american genre began. It is widely regarded as their best album. An album of its time, which is also timeless.

Josephine Foster & The Supposed
All The Leaves Are Gone

15 years on from its original release, Fire Records are re-issuing All The Leaves Are Gone from Josephine Foster & The Supposed. Many were initially confused by its psychedelic folk leanings back in 2004, but Foster’s background in opera scrambled the expectations and enamoured a cult fanbase. 

Big Star
In Space

Excitement alert perhaps for Big Star fans as their 2005 comeback album gets re-issued to save you paying outrageous prices on discogs. Previously to this Alex Chilton had little or nothing good to say about his increasingly influential work with Big Star so it was a surprise when he reconvened the band with the help of members of the Posies. It would have been amazing had it been anything of the quality of their earlier records - it isn't- but it's still a Big Star record. It sort of sounds like them and following his passing in 2010 it's one of the last times we heard Alex Chilton's still intact voice and jangly power-pop moves.  

The Damned
Black Is The Night (The Definitive Anthology)

An exhaustive anthology from the Damned who went from releasing what is said to be the first ever punk single in New Rose to having big goth hits in the 80s like Eloise. They are still going strong today, Captain Sensible still wears a beret and Dave Vanian still looks like a vampire. This is their first ever career-length anthology and was curated by the band themselves.  

Madonna
Who's That Girl (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Madonna was no stranger to acting in 1987 when she starred in Who’s That Girl alongside Griffin Dunne. It was her 5th role. She also performed most of the soundtrack, which just happens to be getting a gleaming reissue on crystal clear vinyl. I say she performed most of the soundtrack as it also includes songs by Scritti Politti, Duncan Faure, Club Nouveau and Michael Davidson. 
  • Vinyl LP (0603497849314)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Skinny Puppy
Rabies

Rabies was an oddball record in the storied history of Skinny Puppy in that it featured Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen on several tracks and so the record had more the feel of a Ministry record than a Skinny Puppy one. Still, this is an experimental work on which the band mixed their industrial rock background with with an ahead-of-their-time use of sampling. Back out on vinyl courtesy of Nettwerk records. 

Skinny Puppy
VIVI Sect VI

VIVI Sect VI (Vivisect Six) was the fourth album by Canadian electro-industrial band Skinny Puppy. At the time, 1988, it was the band’s most refined sounding album. It was regarded as their best album by many critics. Lyrically it dealt with animal rights, chemical warfare and environmental issues. 

Motörhead
Overkill

1979 was the year that Motörhead truly came into their own, releasing two of their finest albums and nailing down their sound. To mark the 40th anniversary of that vintage year for Lemmy and his men, Overkill is getting a deluxe half-speed re-mastered re-issue, coming packaged as a 20-page ‘bookpack’ and including a newly unearthed live recording from Aylesbury. 
Added to site: Monday 21st October 2019

John Holt
Like a Bolt

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Stereo Total
Yéyé Existentialiste

Stereo Total have been around for 20 years apparently and here they have a well deserved best-of compilation, Yéyé Existentialiste, taking form as a double vinyl LP. The Stereo Total sound is generally joyous French pop which whistles along at a pace and has an air of chic that can only be achieved from a French female vocalist. However they bridge many genres along the way, from indie to electro to New Wave and the 28 tracks on this compilation reflect their diversity.
  • Vinyl Double LP (BU099LPC)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Chris & Cosey
Songs of Love and Lust

Songs of Love and Lust was the 1984 album from former Throbbing Gristle mainstays Chris and Cosey originally released on Rough Trade. It blends experimentalism with a synth pop nous that ensures that it stands up to any synth pop recording over the era and has proved extremely influential in years to come particularly in the worlds of electronica and techno.   

Chris & Cosey
Trance

Both previously members of pioneering industrial music legends Throbbing Gristle, Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti teamed up to form Chris & Cosey in 1981 and released a series of acclaimed records. Trance, their second album and released in 1982 via Rough Trade, helped establish their minimalistic, abrasive and skeletal electronic sound. It now gets reissued on gold-coloured vinyl. 

Chris & Cosey
Exotika

Both previously members of pioneering industrial music legends Throbbing Gristle, Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti teamed up to form Chris & Cosey in 1981 and released a series of acclaimed records. Exotika, released in 1987 via P.I.A.S., is widely considered as one of their finest, its title track adopted as an electronica anthem in East and West Coast gay clubs in the Eighties. It now gets reissued on transparent violet-coloured vinyl. 

Small Faces
Four To The Floor EP

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The Groundhogs
Thank Christ For The Bomb

The Groundhogs formed as a blues band in the early 60s. By 1970 when their third album, 'Thank Christ For The Bomb', was recorded, they were morphing into a heavier prog rock band. It has been cited as proto-punk, proto-grunge and as "a masterpiece’ by the NME. The album has a diverse set of famous fans from the Damned’s Captain Sensible, Underworld’s Karl Hyde and former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus whose solo work takes a trick or two from here.

Pinback
Summer In Abaddon (15th Anniversary Edition)

Now I feel old. It's been 15 years since Pinback released 'Summer In Abaddon'-  an album which came after the two albums I really liked by them which are now presumably even older. 'Summer In Abaddon' hardened their lovely guitar pop a little, bringing in more obviously emo-influences to the duos rhetoric. For the uninitiated, these former members of 3 Mile Pilot and Heavy Vegetable are somewhat in the literate style of Death Cab for Cutie. 

Throbbing Gristle
Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits

Like the title of '20 Jazz Funk Greats', 'Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits' is named with tongue poked firmly in cheek. They of course had no 'hits' as such but they did basically invent industrial music. Mostly terrifying, they weren't averse to the odd stab at disco on tracks like 'Hot on the Heels of Love'.
Added to site: Friday 18th October 2019

Joy Unlimited
Instrumental Impressions

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K2
Hepatopolitika

An incredibly rare work released originally in 1994 on just 125 numbered copies, Hepatopolitika from K2 (the recording name of Japanese sound artist Kimihide Kusafuka). Recorded on his return to music after qualifying as a pathologist, it’s a minimalistic mix of musique concrete, and it now gets a lavish (but not much bigger) re-issue on Urashima. 
  • Vinyl LP (Uma 133)
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Atrax Morgue
Autoerotic Death

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Marcus Fjellström
Gebrauchsmusik

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Charles Bernstein
A Nightmare On Elm Street (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Score)

A vinyl re-issue of Charles Bernstein’s memorable score to A Nightmare On Elm Street, the 1984 horror classic that introduced the world to the nightmarish figure of Freddy Krueger. Bernstein’s mixture of synth sounds that ranged from chilling to blood-curdling, plus distorted percussion and creepy voices, established the mood perfectly. 

Marcus Fjellström
Schattenspieler

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Bruno Nicolai
Défense de Savoir

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Marcus Fjellström
Exercises In Estrangement

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Morton Feldman
For Bunita Marcus (performed by Lenio Liatsou)

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Added to site: Thursday 17th October 2019

Jóhann Jóhannsson
Virðulegu forsetar

Don’t be fooled by the fact that ‘Virðulegu Forsetar’, which translates as ‘Honorable Presidents’ for those who’ve forgotten their GCSE Icelandic, is listed as being in four parts - the division of this hour-long work into quarters is purely for technical reasons. Taken as a whole this is beatific and gorgeous stuff from the late Jóhann Jóhannsson, a droning brass-led ambience that combines Steve Reich’s phasing techniques with the cerebral bliss of Arvo Pärt.

The Roots
Things Fall Apart

One of the first hip hop acts to operate as a fully-fledged band, The Roots combine live instrumentation and percussion with traditional sampling elements and the dense prose of Black Thought. Their fourth album is a stone-cold classic of hip hop where jazzy beats collide with politically conscious wordplay. It includes energetic numbers such as 'Dynamite!', 'Step Into The Relm', and 'You Got Me' which features fellow Soulquarian Erykah Badu. Their breakthrough earned them a Grammy nomination, but they unfortunately lost out to Eminem on the night.

King Creosote
Rocket D.I.Y.

Wee Scottish beard King Creosote aka Kenny Anderson has been a seaside-based purveyor of Scottish indie-folk for quite some time. Rocket D.I.Y was his second album and the first time he'd released a whole new set of songs (rather than raid his extremely large archives). Like a lot of his music its a delight with banjos ukelele, violins and pedal steel fleshing out his spindly fishing songs. 

Cabaret Voltaire
1974 - 76

Cabaret Voltaire dropped their debut LP in 1979, but they were going for a full six-years prior to the release of Mix-Up. The 1974-76 compilation collects some of the group’s home demos from their formative years. Rough around the edges, but you can hear Richard H Kirk, Stephen Mallinder and Chris Watson honing their pioneering sound in real-time here.
  • Vinyl Double LP (CABS15)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Franco Battiato
Fleurs - The Complete Trilogy

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Tokyo Shoegazer
Crystallize

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Added to site: Wednesday 16th October 2019

Holden
The Idiots Are Winning

The Idiots Are Winning (now there’s a sentiment that holds up well today) was the debut album by one time overlord of computer music, Holden, or James Holden, as we’ve come to know and love him. It was originally released in 2006 and contains the classic tracks Idiot, Lump, Corduroy and 10101. James Holden went on to make The Animal Spirits, No.2 in the Norman Records albums of the year in 2017. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (14BCLP2)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Mirel Wagner
Mirel Wagner

Fin Mirel Wagner gained international attention with her Sub Pop record the Vladislav Delay-assisted When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day but now it's time to turn the clock back and re-appraise her self titled debut. It's been out of print for some years so now is the time to snap up a grey vinyl edition of the first bout of her slight gothic insidious song craft.  

808 State
Gorgeous

In 1980s Manchester one of the most terrifying things to do (and there were a lot of terrifying things to do in 1980s Manchester) would be to go into Eastern Bloc records and ask for... I dunno the latest dance pop smash by Paul Hardcastle. Behind the counter was Martin Price who would later go on to form 808 State. As you can imagine he had exquisite taste which lent itself to the techno and house explorations he would go on to produce. Gorgeous was their fourth album and features a Joy Division sample, a UB40 rework and the vocals of Liverpool gob Ian McCulloch. 

808 State
Don Solaris

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Ennio Morricone
The Legend of 1900 (Original Soundtrack)

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Stiff Little Fingers
Inflammable Material

Stiff Little Fingers’ debut LP Inflammable Material turns forty this year. If punk isn’t dead, it’s certainly well into its midlife crisis. Back in the day there were few better than these Northern Irish legends when it came to sound and fury. Recorded to a backdrop of the Troubles and sectarian violence, Jake Burns and his band burn with a righteous anger from Inflammable Material’s first track to its last.

Various
Sly & Robbie Presents Reggae Masterpieces Vol. 1. A Taxi Records Anthology

Sly & Robbie have done so much in their careers that you’d be forgiven for not knowing about their label Taxi Records. Fortunately for you, Wagram have got this compilation together to help you plug that particular gap. Sly & Robbie Presents Reggae Masterpieces Vol. 1. A Taxi Records Anthology does exactly what it says on the tin and foregrounds some of the best music cut for Taxi. Focussing on tunes from the 1970’s, this LP includes Gregory Isaacs, Black Uhuru, Sugar Minott and many more. Please note that the CD features more tracks than the vinyl edition.

Johnny Flynn
A Larum

2007 was the year singer songwriter Johnny Flynn came of age playing a host of shows as well as releasing this his debut album. He travelled out to the Seattle countryside to record this with producer Ryan Hadlock (the Strokes etc) and the result more than lived up to the energy and pathos of his live shows. Now perhaps more famous as an actor, the album shows Flynn at the embryonic part of his musical career. 

R.E.M.
Life's Rich Pageant

New R.E.M. reissues are afoot, getting some of that early I.R.S. Records material back into circulation. Life’s Rich Pageant was the band’s fourth album, first released in 1986, when Stipe and co. were still young, hungry and indie. Includes their cover of The Clique’s song ‘Superman’. Reissued by Universal.
Added to site: Tuesday 15th October 2019

The White Stripes
Elephant

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Melvins
The Maggot & The Bootlicker

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Ipecac Records imprint, as well as the commencement of Melvins’ beloved ‘trilogy’ of albums all released within the space of 12 months, this white and ‘doublemint’ green double LP set collects the first two records out of that triptych - The Maggot and The Bootlicker. 

Bert Jansch
Avocet

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Sidiku Buari
Disco Soccer

The first ever vinyl re-issue of Disco Soccer, the 1979 album from Alhaji Sidiku Buari. Originally an athlete, a music scholarship in America turned the Ghanaian-born star into a musician when he became attracted by baseball and was noticed as a potential music star because of the team chants he developed. If you’re a fan of disco or boogie, Disco Soccer is a true lost gem of the late Seventies. 

The Rifles
Great Escape

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Fumio Miyashita
“Wave” Sounds Of The Universe

Beautiful vinyl re-issue of “Wave” Sounds of the Universe, the 1983 album from Japanese musician Fumio Miyashita. With a career that’s taken in musicals, progressive rock bands and academia in medicine and music therapy, Wave is a work of true beauty. Also the first in a re-issue series of Miyashita’s discography. 

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