Latest reissues

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Added to site: Monday 14th October 2019

Pop Ambient 2001

2001 eh? Pretty bleak. Pop Ambient's long running series of electronica compilations would probably provide the perfect atmospheric soundtrack to those strange days. No household names on this 2001 version now available for the first time on vinyl just an immersive and deeply ambient collection of tracks. 

Jungle Brothers
Straight Out The Jungle

Nowadays Jungle Brothers’ 1988 debut LP Straight Out The Jungle is largely remembered for two reasons. The first is that the Todd Terry-produced single ‘I’ll House You’ was a seminal moment in the history of (hip-)house; the second being that album’s success led to Jungle Brothers forming the Native Tongues movement, a crew which would soon count the likes of De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest among its number. However, this record also deserves to be lauded as a whole, its lo-fi beats and lackadaisical rhymes one of the finest tomes to emerge from late-80s New York City.
  • Vinyl Double LP (TEG75510LPC)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Indies-only

Ol' Dirty Bastard
Return To The 36 Chambers : The Dirty Version

Ol' Dirty has got even dirtier with this remastered version of his 1996 debut 36 Chambers. His first foray outside the bosom of Wu-Tang Clan, it was a stunning tour de force of entertainingly gritty hip-hop showcasing his unusual sea-sick and off kilter flow on tracks that ranged from terrifying to darkly humorous. It has long been seen as one of the high points of Wu-Tang's storied history and one of the most innovative rap records to date.   

Jean Grae
The Evil Jeanius

Tsidi Ibrahim, better known by her stage name Jean Grae, is one of the most respected female rappers around, her career stretching back to the mid-Nineties. Her 2008 album The Evil Jeanius, produced in tandem with Blue Sky Black Death and considered one of her finest records, now gets a release on wax for the first time. It was controversial upon release, though, as her label Babygrande (also responsible for this vinyl re-issue) used Grae’s vocals without her permission. 

The Versace Experience: Prelude 2 Gold

First time on vinyl for the album Prince made to be given to attendees of Versace's collection at Paris Fashion Week 1995. Back then it was a tape only release which over the years has changed hands for eye watering amounts but wait long enough and everything becomes available eventually and so now even us mere mortals can hear the rare and remixed tracks it touted. 
  • Vinyl LP (19075918311)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition


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Added to site: Friday 11th October 2019

Delta 5
Singles & Sessions 1979-1981

Delta 5 were a post-punk band from Leeds. Their sound was very much from the angular funk / punk world that fellow Yorkshire band Gang Of Four inhabited. They combined this with lyrics affirming their political and feminist stance. A perfect match for US label Kill Rock Stars to pick up on. Singles & Sessions 1979 - 1981 was originally released on CD in 2005. Now they’ve pressed it to vinyl to so you can revel in its analogue glory.

Dirty Mind

The recently-departed Prince was renowned for his Dirty Mind, and he was never concerned about showing it: the title his third album displays it proudly. So buy this LP reissue (you won’t be stream it online, Prince’s lawyers are too good) and get dirty… It’s what he would have wanted. On Warner Bros.


The recently-departed Prince was always happy to pursue Controversy. This fourth album of his achieves that by combining Prince’s super-sexual obsessions with political comment (see ‘Ronnie, Talk to Russia’ for example). All to the funkiest imaginable synth-grooves, needless to say. Vinyl reissue on Warner Bros.

Small Faces
Ogdens Nut Gone Flake

This is a deluxe edition of the Small Faces’ fourth full length released via Sanctuary. Originally released in 1968, included here is the original mono and stereo albums remastered, alongside tracks of previously unreleased material of rarities and alternate versions. With surviving members Kenny Jones and Ian 'Mac' McLagan enabling an extraordinary tape recovery and remastering programme, ‘Ogdens Nut Gone Flake’ now sounds better than ever. 
Added to site: Thursday 10th October 2019

Maxine Funke

Reissue of New Zealand singer-songwriter Maxine Funke’s 2012 LP Felt here. Felt originally came out in a hyper-limited run of just 100 copies so it’s long overdue a new pressing, something it gets courtesy of Digital Regress. This is charming and quixotic balladry from Funke - the gentle acoustic finger-picking, softly-softly vocals and bedroom taping quality pitches Felt somewhere between Vashti Bunyan, Joanne Robertson and Daniel Johnston.

Maxine Funke

Right back to the start of her career with her short-lived stint in the $100 Band, New Zealand-based artist Maxine Funke has attempted to defy all attempts to categorise her. The Digital Regress label issues her 2008 solo album Lace on vinyl for the first time, and it brings out even more natural warmth from her music. 

Inoyama Land
Commissions: 1977-2000

Bloody hell. Makoto Inoue and Yasushi Yamashita have been making Ambient and New Age sounds for over four decades as Inoyama Land (see what they did there?) Here is a collection spanning the years 1977 to 2000 and this remastered LP perfectly exemplifies the nostalgic and pastoral synthesizer- led sound that has become their trademark. Comes with interview, liner notes and photos. Essential for all fans of transcendental new age and lost documents. 

Richard Hawley
Truelove's Gutter

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The Heptones
Night Food

One of the last albums to feature their original lead singer Leroy Sibbles, The Heptones released Night Food back in 1976 as a deliberate ploy to attract a wider international audience. On it, they mix up old material with new songs, including the brilliant ‘Book of Rules’. On this heavyweight vinyl re-issue, the album comes with a lyric-book insert. 

Built To Spill
Ancient Melodies Of The Future

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Added to site: Wednesday 9th October 2019

A Produce
The Clearing

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Daniel Knox
Daniel Knox

Like stepping back in time to when men wore hats and women wore dresses and heels, Daniel Knox captures an older time period with his haunting, beautiful songs. Influenced heavily by the soundtracks to old movies as well as his work with people such as Rufus Wainwright, The Handsome Family and Nina Nastasia. CD and Vinyl on Carrot Top.
Added to site: Monday 7th October 2019

Don Slepian
New Dawn

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Abdallah Ag Oumbadougou
Anou Malane

You might not know Abdallah Ag Oumbadougou by name, but he is a hugely important figure in modern music. You see, Oumbadougou was one of the first Tuareg guitarists to set his music to record. Taped when Oumbadougou was exiled in Benin in 1995, Anou Malane combines the trilling desert blues guitar style with Oumbadougou’s sonorous vocals and call-to-arms lyrics. The record was produced by Nel Oliver, a solo artist and producer who gives a lively afro-boogie bounce to the drums and bass here. A crucial record, Anou Malane has now been reissued by - who else? - Sahel Sounds.
Added to site: Friday 4th October 2019


So dark, so doomy but if the sight of Bauhaus's back catalogue fills you with dread but you still want to get on board then this could be a good place to start. It is the career spanning 'best of' containing such goth anthems as Bela Lugosi's Dead and She's in Parties. No cover of Fun Fun Fun but they do attempt to cover their prime influencer David Bowie on Ziggy Stardust. Cloaks at the ready.  

Basil Kirchin
Worlds Within Worlds

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The Fall

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The Fall
Grotesque (After The Gramme)

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Günter Schickert & Peter Unsicker

With help from fellow native gallerist Peter Unsicker, krautrock pioneer Günter Schickert once upon a time dreamed up 'Mauerharfe' - a cold war-born eerie and atmospheric piece. Now, around 30 years since its original conception and release, their brainchild returns along with a handful of previously unreleased content.  
Added to site: Thursday 3rd October 2019

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Mother’s Milk

Universal offer up a vinyl reissue of The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ fourth album Mother’s Milk. Before releasing the album the band tragically lost their singer and then drummer. The new line-up, including John Frusciante, crafted the distinctive blend of funk, rock and rap we know today, but this release still has the punk attitude of the earlier group as well.

Take Care

Take Care is the second album by critically acclaimed Canadian rapper Drake. It was originally released in 2011. The album features a host of producers including Jamie XX, The Weeknd, T-Minus and Just Blaze. There is also a guest contribution from an uncredited Kendrick Lamar. Take Care is reissued on double vinyl LP.

Lightning Bolt
Wonderful Rainbow

Wonderful Rainbow was the third album by ear splitting two piece Lightning Bolt originally released in 2003. It features the duo at their most accessible but still with the power dynamics that make their shows something to behold particularly if you don't really need use of your ears again. Tangled distorted bass playing and frenetic on the edge of murderous drums drive the thing along. Consider cobwebs truly blown away. 

The Human Switchboard

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Sons Of Kemet
Lest We Forget

The British jazz resurgence continues apace in 2019, with the popularity of Sons Of Kemet’s sophomore album Lest We Forget What We Came Here To Do necessitating a vinyl re-print. Receiving the nomination for Best Album of the Year in 2015 from Gilles Peterson just like its predecessor Burn, Shabaka Hutchings’ outfit carried on their blistering form. 

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. 

Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch
Twin Peaks: Season Two Music And More

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Added to site: Wednesday 2nd October 2019

Red House Painters
Old Ramon

The Red House Painters recorded their sixth and final album, Old Ramon, in the late nineties, although it took several years for it to be released due to label wranglings. Its consequent ‘legendary lost album’ status turned out to be fairly warranted, as this is one of Mark Kozelek's strongest statements. Reissued on double LP by Sup Pop.

Prefab Sprout
From Langley Park To Memphis

Part of a wider re-issue campaign co-ordinated by Sony with the band’s Paddy and Martin McAloon, Prefab Sprout are re-releasing their third studio album From Langley Park To Memphis. Housing their most famous track, the UK no.7 hit ‘The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’, it was originally released in 1988 and arguably represented the apex of their commercial fortunes. 

Yukihiro Takahashi

Just before he properly got going with Japanese electronic innovators Yellow Magic Orchestra in 1978, Yukihiro Takahashi, released a solo album, Saravah! It is an album central to Japanese music of the ‘70s. It is a mix of disco Funk, synth Pop, ambient, French exotica and bossa nova, and as you can probably tell from the album cover, it’s pretty slick.

Animal Magic

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The Wake
Pale Spectre / Plastic Flowers

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Silversun Pickups

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Gary Numan

Gary Numan’s fifth album, 1981’s  Dance, gets a much-needed reissue. After squishing the original 50 minute album onto one LP, compromising the sound of the recording, it now gets room to breathe over three sides of vinyl, with a fourth side being filled with singles from the era. Numan’s famed electro-pop gave way to some jazzier stuff as he introduced saxophones to the album. Guests include Mick Karn from Japan and Roger Taylor from Queen. Purple vinyl 2LP on Beggars Banquet
Added to site: Tuesday 1st October 2019

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. 

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. 
  • CD (4818360)
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Beastie Boys
Root Down

‘Root Down’, of course, is one of the iconic Beastie Boys joints, a highlight of the classic Ill Communication LP when that dropped back in 1994. A year later the trio issued an EP based around the track. The Root Down EP features the original along with two other versions - the hard-headed ‘Free Zone Mix’ and a jazzy boom-bap rendering by Prince Paul. The rest of the record is filled with live tracks and a hidden bonus beat.

Penis Envy

Penis Envy was the third album by legendary anarcho-punks Crass. It was a move away from their early macho punk sound and the subject matter of feminist issues was reflected in the fact that the album had exclusively female vocals. It became notorious by the fact that it was involved in a seizure of copies from Manchester record shops and the band were charged under the Obcene Publications Act. The band eventually won under appeal but it cost them financially and the seeds were sown for their eventual dispansion. 

Jackie Shane
Any Other Way / Sticks and Stones

Soul legend William Bell wrote the song Any Other Way. It was taken up by Bostonian Jackie Shane - a transgender pioneer - who recorded the song, originally a mournful break-up song as the lyrics suited her need for a gay liberation anthem. It was originally released in 1962 - the same year William Bell cut his version in Memphis. B/w Sticks and Stones.

Nosaj Thing

Jason Chung burst on to the LA electronic scene in the 2000s. He released his debut album under the moniker Nosaj Thing. His talent as a DJ, producer and musician has ensured that the album that has stood the test of time over the last decade. Since its release, Chung has released three more albums and remixed tracks for Kendrick Lamar, Philip Glass, Flying Lotus and Chance the Rapper.

Cocteau Twins
Milk & Kisses

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
The Good Son

A seminal album from Australia’s finest gets the reissue treatment from Mute. Recorded during Nick Cave’s loved up Brazilian period, The Good Son sees him in a chipper mood following the dark and downbeat sound on Tender Prey. Out on CD + DVD set & vinyl LP w/download code from Mute.

Prefab Sprout

Part of a wider re-issue campaign co-ordinated by Sony with the band’s Paddy and Martin McAloon, Prefab Sprout are revisiting their 1984 debut album Swoon. Announcing to the world their distinctive style, it was produced on a small budget yet immediately caught the attention of critics, paving the way for a successful career. 

King Hannibal

Cult American soul / R&B singer Jimmy Shaw - better known as King Hannibal - endured a turbulent career characterised by mercurial records and personal troubles, perhaps most famous for Sixties anti-Vietnam anthem ‘Hymn No.5’, banned from the airwaves. Truth, originally released in 1973, was the result of a period of stability in Hannibal’s life, and it’s now being re-issued on the Tidal Waves Music label on vinyl. 

Mercury Rev
All Is Dream

Before Deserter's Songs, it seemed that Mercury Rev had pretty much had it following the departure of original singer David Baker. That album was a raging success and so hopes were high for its 2001 follow up All is Dream which didn't disappoint with a series of dreamy tracks on the subject of ...lurve. Now (if you want) you can see how this once single LP record has been transformed into a 4CD box set extravaganza with demos, live tracks, radio sessions and a hardback book.  
Added to site: Friday 27th September 2019

Silversun Pickups

Remember the first time you heard Silversun Pickups? Me neither but now you can (re) live that time by getting a marble vinyl edition of their debut EP Pikul. For the uninitiated (me) they play a form of emo-tinged guitar music that isn't a million miles away from Death Cab For Cutie. 210 million streams over the years suggests they have a popularity that has evaded me completely.  

Move D & Pete Namlook
Reissued 1

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Colin Potter
The Where House?

Nurse With Wound, Current 93, Organum, Other Bands - tireless sound-maverick Colin Potter has worked with them all, and knocked out an overwhelming stream of his own material since 1980 right up to the present day. The Where House? is one of his first releases, now remastered for vinyl by Dark Entries and sounding immense. Gluttonous bass and fringe synth in ‘Yoursmine’ are followed by choral drones of ‘Alleys’ and it only gets weirder from then on. Super industrial/post punk electronic experiments.

Betsayda Machado y la Parranda El Clavo
Loé Loá - Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree

Loé Loá - Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree was originally released in 2017. The title is meant to be taken literally - Betsayda Machado recorded this LP out in the open air of her hometown of El Clavo, Venezuela. The ‘Parranda’ of her backing band translates as ‘party’, and there’s certainly a spirit of movement and rhythm to these bustling drum instrumentals (a legacy, perhaps, of El Clavo's African heritage). However, there is also pain and worry to Loé Loá borne out of Venezuela’s difficult political situation. A powerful piece, Loé Loá is now set to wax for the first time courtesy of Olindo Records.
  • Vinyl LP (ORLP003)
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  • Limited edition
Added to site: Thursday 26th September 2019

Transportation EPs

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Melt Banana

If your ears haven't already been battered into submission by the other Melt Banana records re-pressed of late then you could take a listen to Cell-Scape. It is a further barrage of chaotic punk noise by the Tokyo legends. Like their other albums it contains burst of high energy racket but this time the songs are longer and production values are higher. Still, it's not exactly Celine Dion.     

God Loves Ugly

Way back in 2002, Atmosphere's 'God Loves Ugly' was doing the emo rap thing long before it became the chart topping behemoth it is in 2019. Back then it was a bit more independent, a bit more raw. A record as interesting for fans of 2000s hip hop as it is for those who are fans of Juice WRLD and his ilk.

Ali Farka Touré

Legendary Malian musician and singer Ali Farka Touré is one of the African continent’s proudest proudest cultural exports, scooping three Grammys. Savane was originally released in July 2006, four months after his death at the age of 66, and stands as his final work. 13 years later, it receives its first-ever vinyl release. 


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Shina Williams & His African Percussionists
Agboju Logun

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David Axelrod
Seriously Deep

Seriously Deep was the only album David Axelrod recorded for Polydor in the 1970s. You may be less familiar with this than his other classics such as Songs Of Innocence, Songs of Experience and Earth Rot. However, this Jazz-rock fusion masterpiece has been plundered for samples just as often as the rest by the likes of Mobb Deep, Black Eyed Peas and Beanie Sigel. 

El Ten Eleven
El Ten Eleven (15th Anniversary Edition)

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Willie Williams
Armagideon Time (Disco Mix)

A special 12” re-issue of Willie Williams’ 1979 classic ‘Armagideon Time’ - the rarely seen extended Disco Mix, no less - on Soul Jazz Records. Famously sampled by rapper KRS One and covered by The Clash as the B-side to ‘London Calling’, this Coxsone Dodd-produced rager is a roots reggae staple. 

Bobby Hutcherson

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Roger Doyle

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Added to site: Wednesday 25th September 2019

Mount Kimbie
Crooks & Lovers

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Susumu Yokota
Acid Mt. Fuji

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The Rats
In A Desperate Red

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Under The Yew Possessed

Night School have snapped up the re-release rights to Sorrow’s 1993 LP Under The Yew Possessed. A neo-folk outfit centred around husband and wife duo Rose McDowall and Robert Lee, the band serve up some nice ethereal jangles here atop which McDowall coos in a tranquil manner. It’s like a more cerebral version of what PJ Harvey was doing at the time. 

Richard Hawley
Coles Corner

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The Pioneers
Battle Of The Giants

Responsible for one of Trojan Records’ most well-loved hits, 1969’s ‘Long Shot Kick De Bucket’, The Pioneers are one of the greatest creative success stories of the reggae genre. Their third studio album, 1970’s hard-to-find Battle of the Giants, ventures into hazy soul territory, and it’s now available once again on orange vinyl. 
  • Vinyl LP (MOVLP2481C)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Prefab Sprout
A Life Of Surprises: The Best Of

A double-album re-issue of A Life of Surprises, the 1992 compilation from often-overlooked English pop band Prefab Sprout. Spanning their first five studio albums, from 1984’s Swoon to 1990’s Jordan: The Comeback, plus two exclusive singles ‘The Sound of Crying’ and ‘If You Don’t Love Me’. 

Nurse With Wound
The Swinging Reflective

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Added to site: Tuesday 24th September 2019

Angels Egg

Gong’s Angel’s Egg, the second part in their Radio Gnome Invisible series, was a groundbreaking development. The album is jam-packed with weirdly jazzy progressive rock compositions that are truly all over the place, driven by manic horns and reeds, like a succession to Estradasphere’s Buck Fever. Great stuff if you're into it, and finally back out on vinyl!

Flying Teapot

If you looked at this album and though "this has got to be prog", you're right. I checked. Flying Teapot (named for a Bertrand Russell thought experiment because of course) is Gong's third album and the first in their classic trilogy (because of course) of albums released between 1973 and 1974. If you like your rock music gleefully cosmic and elatingly psychedelic, take a flight.

Why Not Now?… Alan!

Why Not Now?...Alan! Is the debut album by underground space-rock band F/i. The band started out mixing the Krautrock sounds of Tangerine Dream, Cluster and Ash Ra Tempel with the industrial noise made by Throbbing Gristle and SPK. By the mid ‘80s they were incorporating more traditional (sort of!) aspects of rock music into their sound. Lo-fi, industrial, Hawkwind-style wig-outs, and the experimentalism of Einstürzende Neubauten. It was originally released in 1987.

Dinosaur Jr.
Hand It Over (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

Hand It Over was the final album by Dinosaur Jr before they reformed in 2005 with their original line-up. It was released in 1997 and got lost as an American rock album in the fog of Britpop. It was released on the same day as a rather marvellous EP, Take A Run At The Sun, which featured in the Alison Anders film, Grace Of My Heart. The three songs from the EP are included on this reissue. Also includes the single, I’m Insane.

Dinosaur Jr.
Without A Sound (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

Without A Sound was the 6th album by kings of slacker rock, Dinosaur Jr. It was originally released in 1994. It saw the band, or specifically J Mascis, writing shorter, more accessible songs. J Mascis, to some, will be remembered as the man who drove around New York in a golf buggy in the video of the album’s first single, Feel The Pain. It also includes the catchy single, I Don’t Think So. 

Dinosaur Jr.
Where You Been (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

Where You Been was the fifth album by Dinosaur Jr. It is regarded as one of their best and by many as one of the best albums of the 1990s. It was originally released in February 1993. Upon its release, Melody Maker raised the question, “Do we have the album of the year already?” It contains one of the band’s greatest songs in Start Choppin’. The Country-grunge crossover, Get Me was also released as a single. Essential stuff.

Dinosaur Jr.
Green Mind (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

This is the one with The Wagon on it, what more do you need to know? Okay, okay, Green Mind was the 4th album by Dinosaur Jr. Released in 1991, it was the band’s first for a major label, and first after J Mascis acrimonious firing of bassist and tape experimenter, Lou Barlow. Forget the in-fighting, just put The Wagon on as loud as you can and enjoy one of the greatest earworming melodies for weeks afterwards.

The Caretaker
An Empty Bliss Beyond This World

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Hozan Yamamoto with Sharps & Flats
Beautiful Bamboo-Flute

Everyone’s getting in on the Japanese jazz reissues these days. Studio Mule, BBE and Mr. Bongo are just three of the labels who’ve delivered new editions of old LPs in recent years. The latter come through with the goods again in the form of Beautiful Bamboo-Flute, a 1971 rarity that saw the legendary shakuhachi (bamboo-flute) player Hozan Yamamoto team up with the Sharps And Flats - one of the country’s most celebrated big-bands. Together they create a bombastic and brilliant noise on Beautiful Bamboo-Flute, a large-ensemble fusion-funk style that really struts. Cracking stuff.

The Districts
The Districts

Pennsylvania indie rock four-piece The Districts are now three albums into their career. Skip back five years and you’ll find their eponymous debut EP for Fat Possum. Here it is reissued with an additional track, Silver Couplets, a BBC session version of a live fave from their debut album, Telephone.

Steve Hiett
Down On The Road By The Beach

Steve Hiett was a photographer who snapped the likes of The Beach Boys, Miles Davis and The Doors for Rolling Stone magazine. He also made records that mixed blues, jazz and electronic music that fits somewhere between The Durutti Column, Steve Cropper and Ashra. Down The Road By The Beach was originally released in Japan in 1983. This is the first repress since. 


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Ignite The Seven Cannons

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Added to site: Monday 23rd September 2019

New Order
Movement (Definitive Edition)

It's probably about time we celebrated properly the very early clankings of New Order. The metamorphosis from Joy Division was a difficult one for the group but this fascinating era contains some of their most powerful and overlooked music. Now you can get a box set containing the original album plus a CD full of rarities, demos and rehearsal takes, a DVD of of-the-era performances and a 48 page hardback book.   

Joe Henderson
In 'N Out

A re-issue of In ‘N Out, the third studio album by the immensely talented tenor jazz saxophonist Joe Henderson. Originally released in late 1964 on the legendary Blue Note label, Henderson recorded the record with an all-star ensemble including some legendary names, not least McCoy Tyner on piano. The first three tracks are Henderson originals, while the final two numbers were written by trumpeter Kenny Dorham. 

Seven's Travels

Vinyl re-issue of 'Seven’s Travels', the break-out album from Minnesotan hip-hop duo Atmosphere originally released in 2003. More light-hearted and less overtly stern than its immediate predecessor, the previous year’s 'God Loves Ugly', it’s an opportunity to revisit a critical point in the group’s journey. 

Atomic Forest
Disco Roar

A newly exhumed gem from the only-recently re-discovered Indian underground / psychedelic scene of the 1970s, Disco Roar is the third album from the collective Atomic Forest. It comes on Now-Again records, who’ve made it their mission to tell the story of the band itself and the scene of which they were a part on 2011 anthology Obsession, but even they weren’t aware of this hidden treasure at the time. 

Buck Meek
Buck Meek

Big Thief’s co-founder and lead guitarist Buck Meek quietly released a solo album in the early summer of 2018. Now, the self-titled effort receives a re-issue as a result of the Brooklyn quartet’s success this year, and shares the same kind of emotional tension and openness to Big Thief’s music. 

Lloyd McNeill

Soul Jazz Records’ run of Lloyd McNeill reissues bears more fruit with a remastered edition of 1980’s Elegia. A private-press LP that has been out of print for close to four decades, Elegia is another elegant set of spiritual jazz from the underrated McNeill. Some tracks show off Brazilian and Latin influences, while album centrepiece ‘Elegiac Suite For Elizabeth’ is a gorgeous blend of Claude Debussy, John Coltrane and Nina Simone.
Added to site: Thursday 19th September 2019

Chelsea Wolfe
Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs

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U.S. Maple

Twenty years has passed since the release of Talker, the third studio album by noise rock experts U.S. Maple. It was recorded by Swans Michael Gira (who knows a bit about noise himself) and showcased a darker, more sparse sound for the band. It may all have been left in the annals of 90s underground if it weren't for this re-press by Drag City which includes all the original bits of stuff that was in the original version.    

Type O Negative
None More Negative

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The Dum Dum Boys
Let There Be Noise

Reissue for The Dum Dum Boys’ 1981 debut LP Let There Be Noise here. An important release in the story of New Zealand’s punk scene - some say Let There Be Noise is the first Kiwi punk record - this album is full of bratty riffage and young man fury. Iggy Pop, Ramones and a bit of Black Flag are all clear influences. 

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