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Added to site: Tuesday 23rd April 2019

The Grodeck Whipperjenny
The Grodeck Whipperjenny

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Music For Stock Exchange

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The Durutti Column
Obey The Time

Factory Benelux could probably be re-issuing the Durutti Column records until the end of time if they so wished. This time it's the turn of their 8th album Obey the Time. The album saw leader Vini Reilly explore electronic textures influenced by the acid house explosion of the time. There's an extra disc of live recordings from a show at Whitworth Hall in 1990.  

Lee Perry & Friends
Back To The Ark

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Johnny Thunders
Que Sera, Sera (Resurrected)

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Crispy Ambulance
The Plateau Phase

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Pierre Sandwidi
Le Troubadour De La Savane 1976-1980

Pierre Sandwidi, nicknamed "the troubadour from the bush", was known for his beautifully crafted lyrics and political commentary, both present and correct on this collection of his best work from the late '70s and early '80s. An exciting record documenting the rich and diverse Burkino Faso music scene. 
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The Pooh Sticks
The Great White Wonder

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Added to site: Saturday 20th April 2019

Teenage Fanclub
The King

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Added to site: Thursday 18th April 2019

Johnny Dyani

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Yung Lean

Third studio album from Swedish D.I.Y hip-hop artist Yung Lean. The viral rapper has been touring extensively, collaborating with the likes of Frank Ocean and A$AP Ferg, and now returns with Stranger. Drawing on an eclectic range of influences (he also fronts punk band Död Mark), Lean’s return promises yet more idiosyncratic rap tunes. Available on double LP vinyl on YEAR0001.
Added to site: Wednesday 17th April 2019

Capsule Losing Contact

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Added to site: Tuesday 16th April 2019

Cypress Hill
Black Sunday

Reissue of Cypress Hill’s second full length album Black Sunday, which is arguably their biggest and greatest. Pretty much every track has become classic since it’s release in 1993. Includes huge hitters Insane In the Brain, I Wanna Get high, Hits From The Bong. Double LP from We Are Vinyl.

Ryuichi Sakamoto
BTTB (20th Anniversary Edition)

Milan deliver more splendid material from the one and only Ryuichi Sakamoto, this time in the form of a twentieth anniversary reissue. Hitherto elusive outside Japan, BTTB (a.k.a. Back to the Basics) mainly consists of solo piano pieces of an artful and generally gentle contemporary classical persuasion. There’s a bit of prepared piano and what sounds like a hydrophone recording as well.
Added to site: Monday 15th April 2019

Crippled Black Phoenix
The Resurrectionists

It’s about ten years since Crippled Black Phoenix first released The Resurrectionists, and as such the time feels right for a reissue. They’ve got one via Invada. The album is a Gothic and magisterial listen. From a base sound not dissimilar to Low the band incorporate everything from industrial textures to ambient piano interludes. This latest edition of The Resurrectionists is remastered and comes with new artwork.

Richard Barbieri
Stranger Inside

Richard Barbieri was of course the keyboard player in Japan.. Since then he's had a decent enough career on his own with plenty of solo work and playing keyboards for Porcupine Tree. This is his 2008 solo album on vinyl for the first time which features guest spots from an array of characters including Steve Jansen (Japan) and Danny Thompson (Pentangle etc)    

Crippled Black Phoenix
Night Raider

Crippled Black Phoenix, if you didn’t know, are a sort of doom-/post-rock supergroup that features members of Electric Wizard and Mogwai. They make huge-sounding LPs of ‘endtime ballads’ called things like I, Vigilante and Night Raider. The latter, which initially came out in 2011 but has now been remastered and reissued, is what we’re dealing with here. This is music to satisfy the doomsday prepper in all of us.

Amusement Parks On Fire
Road Eyes (Deluxe)

Amusement Parks on Fire: a post-rock band so good at doing shoegaze they got accused of ripping off Dino. Jr that one time. In actual fact they just know a good chord progression when it rings in their ear, so we can forgive them for that. Here's a deluxe reissue of Road Eyes for all who want to hear some of their stuff. Remember that time their old label V2 suggested they deprive themselves from sleep and food that one time? People are awful. They were on Invada for a while though, if that raises either one of your eyebrows.

Kate Bush
Remastered in Vinyl III

The third of the Kate Bush Remastered in Vinyl reissue series features three of the great artist’s more recent albums: the triumphantly-returning 2005 double album Aerial, her 2011 reworkings-of-earlier-material collection Director’s Cut, and 50 Words For Snow from the same year. All presented on vinyl in a very fine box-set from Parlophone.

Kate Bush
Remastered in Vinyl II

The second of the Kate Bush Remastered in Vinyl reissue series features three of the great artist’s albums, dating from the eighties and nineties. We have Hounds of Love, The Sensual World and The Red Shoes, notable collections all. The material has all been remastered, and is presented on beautiful vinyl LPs for the first time in a long time.

Headless Chickens
Body Blow

Headless Chickens were an anomaly in the Flying Nun stable, making pop, rap and hip-hop infused indie, mostly from electronic instruments, rather than the guitar guitar-led Dunedin Sound synonymous with the label. Body Blow was the band’s second album, originally released in 1991. Remaster on Flying Nun.

Two Niles to Sing a Melody: The Violins & Synths of Sudan

Oh looky look, here's another of those lush and lavishly presented sets from Ostinato Records: this one is called 'Two Niles to Sing a Melody: The Violins & Synths of Sudan'. From an era in Sudan -- before the 1989 coup which brought a hardline religious government to power -- of diverse cultural riches, music and arts all flourished. This compilation celebrates the golden sound of Khartoum; the capital city's musical history is celebrated across the decades from the '70s to the '90s, when music was made by Sudanese exiles. A fascinating and diverse collection. Triple LP in a gatefold sleeve or on double-cd in a bookcase, both come complete with a very nice illustrated booklet and 20,000-word liner notes.

Richard Swift
The Atlantic Ocean

Poor Richard Swift. The singer and producer was a talented but troubled sort. As a producer he collaborated with all sorts of indie luminaries but he may end up best remembered for his ambitious sprawl of solo LPs. The Atlantic Ocean was his 2009 album -  a mixture of soul and pop where his ambitious arrangements hid darkly humorous lyrics about the music industry and hipster culture. 

Elliott Smith
Either/Or: Expanded Edition

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Added to site: Friday 12th April 2019

Porcupine Tree

First released in 1996, Signify is the fifteen-track record from long running prog/psych outfit Porcupine Tree. A genuinely mesmerising affair, the record gives everything an indie-rock album should give- a classic blend of solid guitar riffs and deep, well thought-out drum patterns that align with the records’ time-period.

Robert Hood
Master Builder

Detroit techno innovator Robert Hood released his classic album Internal Empire in 1994. It was a classic of minimal techno. It is being reissued to celebrate its 25th anniversary. To add extra weight to those celebrations there's,  a re-cut of the album’s single, Master Builder. On Tresor.

Under A Funeral Moon

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Jean-Charles Capon
L'univers Solitude

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Michel Roques

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Added to site: Thursday 11th April 2019

Popol Vuh

After 40 years, Popol Vuh’s 1972 soundtrack to Werner Herzog’s Aguirre, released originally in 1975, is available to the public again. This release of the hypnotic and engrossing soundtrack to that dystopian and intense film shows how good the music was: uplifting with an underlying sense of dread, but, thankfully, not as terrifying as Klaus Kinski. Also features a bonustrack.

Yellow Magic Orchestra
Public Pressure

Public Pressure was electronic innovators, Yellow Magic Orchestra’s first live album. The music is taken from several concerts and see the band jamming in a loose and relaxed style. Akiko Yano joined the band at this stage adding her sublime vocal talents. Yellow Magic Orchestra are at their best when they have an audience to play to. Reissue LP pressed on 180g vinyl.

Monkey Business: The Definitive Skinhead Reggae Collection

While it’s long been an entry point for newcomers to Trojan Records, regularly being re-issued on CD, the label’s 1980 compilation Monkey Business has never been given the full re-issue treatment on vinyl. Happily, that’s now been corrected, with genre classics from The Maytals, Desmond Dekker and Dave & Ansel Collins presented over two LPs with annotations from top reggae DJ Toast. 
Added to site: Wednesday 10th April 2019

The Velvet Underground

This reissue of The Velvet Underground’s 1969 feels like walking into a living room full of old friends. All the favourites are there, drink in hand: “I’m Sticking with You”, “Rock and Roll” and “Andy’s Chest”, but they’ve changed a bit, as old friends do. There’s original mixes taken from the infamous tour of 1969 as well as rare instrumentals, alternate versions and mixes from 2014 never before pressed into vinyl. 

The Streets
The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living

This was the third the Streets album and the first to openly discuss the 'pressures' of fame. It was later described by Mike Skinner as a "guilt ridden indulgence" but is an interesting document of an artist trying to hold it together whilst slowly losing their mind. First re-pressing since the giddy year of 2006 and now comes on not one but two heavyweight discs.  
Added to site: Tuesday 9th April 2019


Got to keep the lads in smoking paraphernalia. This must get re-issued at least once a year (around the same number of times the members of Sleep actually get out of bed in fact). This is a stone cold stoner rock classic though. It invented the genre pretty much... full of sludging riffs, grumbling bass, cannabis rhythms.    

Merry Airbrakes
Merry Airbrakes

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Added to site: Monday 8th April 2019

Ennio Morricone
Spasmo (The Mouth Edition)

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Silent Servant
Negative Fascination

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Jack Jacobs
I Believe It’s Alright

Beautiful cut of classic Philly soul here. Jack Jacob’s ‘I Believe It’s Alright’ is a killer track with a scorching guitar solo breaking through early on, and Jacob’s own astounding voice atop this music of constant drive. Criminally lost through the passage of time, with hope this re-release can right that wrong.

Italian Platinum

Silkworm split up in the mid-2000s but they left a decent back catalogue behind. The good folks at Touch & Go have decided it’s time to give Italian Platinum, their 8th album from 2002 another run out. The album was produced by Steve Albini and his girlfriend. The band are admired by many in the indie world including Stephen Malkmus, Jeff Tweedy and Gerard Cosloy of Matador Records. On Touch & Go.

Richard Swift
Dressed Up For The Letdown

Late singer/songwriter and producer Richard Swift probably wasn’t appreciated as much as his talent suggests he should have been in his lifetime. The closest he came to making it big was with his 2006 album, Dressed Up For The Letdown. It’s an album of great songs and nicely smudged mid-fi production. Reissue LP on Secretly Canadian.
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Added to site: Friday 5th April 2019

Lloyd Miller
A Lifetime in Oriental Jazz

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Linval Thompson
I Love Marijuana

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Roy Harper

Here’s a chance for the uninitiated to get into some poetic and jazz-flecked folk rock. Roy Harper is reissuing a few of his albums via his own Science Friction label. Folkjokeopus was originally released in 1969. It was produced by Shel Talmy (The Kinks, The Who) and featured pianist Nicky Hopkins (The Rolling Stones) and drummer Clem Cattini (Cliff Richard, Lou Reed). Harper has influenced the likes of Jethro Tull, Kate Bush, Pink Floyd and more recently, Joanna Newsom and Jonathan Wilson.
Added to site: Thursday 4th April 2019

The Bevis Frond
New River Head

New River Head was the 7th release by The Bevis Frond. It is regarded as the best album to buy to get into their sprawling back catalogue as it juxtaposes melodic genius on songs such as He’d Be A Diamond with psych-rock wig outs on the 17-minute Miskatonic Variations II. Both are typical examples of the Bevis Frond sound.
Added to site: Wednesday 3rd April 2019

Antipodean Anomalies

Antipodean Anomalies is a nine track compilation of tracks from some of the best Australian and New Zealand atmospheric sound artists from the 1970's and 1980's including Free Radicals, Toy Division and Rainbow Generator. This is available on your ever-reliable standard issue black vinyl LP and is released on Left Ear Records. 
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The Shamen

A classic early 90s dance album and a landmark work by The Shamen marking their gravitation from psych-rock to psych-rave, the employment of the naughty, naughty, very naughty Mr C and, sadly, the final contributions from the sweet-voiced Will Sinnott. With a bulging cast of mixers and producers from Paul Oakenfold and Orbital to The Beatmasters and Meat Beat Manifesto, it also comes in many versions. Here is one of them.


Synth-e-fuge by Chasman has the kind of cover that makes you want to drop everything and go listen to it. If you need more persuading, however, then it's got some great synths, a charmingly lo-fi feel, and is more 80s than Duran Duran in over-sized blazers eating a communal Vienetta. For fans of Duran Duran, Wham!, and The Human League. 

Yoshimi Ueno
Taiko No Uminari

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Added to site: Tuesday 2nd April 2019

The Pale Fountains
Something On My Mind

The Pale Fountains were of course the band formed at the beginning end of the long career of Mick Head (Shack/Michael Head and the Strands). They produced two fantastic albums in Pacific Street and Across the Kitchen Table but this anthology concentrates on rounding up their early singles and unreleased material adding in a few live tracks. They also throw a bonus live CD into the bargain.  

The Inevitable End

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Under A Billion Suns

Mudhoney were still slogging away in the early noughties and Under A Billion Suns was their 2006 album. They drafted in hot producers of the day like Phil Elk and Tucker Martine on an album which continued the rather commercial sound the band were pursuing. The extra production touches masked a seriously political album which raged against the Bush 2 administration and the state of America. 

Electro-Soma I + II Anthology

Simultaneously releasing a massive reissue of their 1993 album Electro-Soma and a “Part II” made up of archived material from the album sessions, why not just get both? So B12 are offering a double CD set with both albums and a big booklet. Truly essential stuff from the early 90s warp era and for fans of Autechre, The Black Dog and the Artificial Intelligence series

Julien Baker
Sprained Ankle

This is a reissue of Julien Baker’s 2015 debut album, recorded when she was a mere 21 years of age. It’s a very emotionally direct record: Baker just pours everything into her tender songwriting, and the effect on the listener can be very powerful.
Added to site: Monday 1st April 2019

Yung Lean

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Horace Tapscott with the Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra
Horace Tapscott with the Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra Live At I.U.C.C.

Even by their usual high standards Soul Jazz Records have outdone themselves here. Horace Tapscott was an influential West Coast jazzer who simply does not get the credit that his outstanding catalogue warrants. Horace Tapscott with the Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra Live At I.U.C.C., a recording Tapscott made with his Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra back in 1979, has been out of print for decades. It’s an absolutely superb example of large-ensemble spiritual jazz and is more than worthy of a reissue. Not to be missed.

The Ethereal Mirror

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Richard Swift
Ground Trouble Jaw / Walt Wolfman

The wonderfully voiced and sadly late Richard Swift first released Ground Trouble Jaw as a digital EP in 2008. Secretly Canadian are here to give it the vinyl treatment at least, aligning it with 2011’s Walt Wolfman EP for good measure. Both EPs represent Swift’s warmth and humour, kind voice and charming mixtures of indie, doo wop and R&B.

David Chesworth
Layer On Layer

Reissue of Australian David Chesworth's second album Layer On Layer. After his first, a mostly solo affair, Chesworth started to work with other musicians to bring his sophomore to life. Bringing together punk and funk musics in an incredibly detailed, dense, but quite relaxed package. Sounds the work of a musician more mature than the 21 years Chesworth had at the time. Om Chapter Music.

Scott Walker
Scott 3

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Scenes de la Bohème
Standing In The Rain

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The Residents
Mole Box, The Complete Mole Trilogy pREServed

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Akiko Yano
Japanese Girl

Reissue of Akiko Yano's debut album Japanese Girl from WEWANTSOUNDS. First released in 1976, Japanese Girl mixes together elements of Japanese folk music with 70s rock and funk to create something hypnotic. Yano's vocals dance around the instrumentation with a sense of joy and yearning, providing an emotional anchor for the album.

Normal Brain
Lady Maid

The most honest label in the world WRWTFWW (look it up) have reissued the long out of print album Lady Maid by Normal Brain. First released in 1981, that album showed how playful electronic music could be. Yukio Fujimoto used a number of synths to produce the album, but most alluring, he also used a Texas Instruments Speak & Spell. 
Added to site: Friday 29th March 2019

Nyah Fearties
A Tasty Heidfu'

Nyah Fearties released this scraggy old thing in 1986, and it has been a secret jewel of the Glasgow underground music scene ever since. The Nyah Fearties sound is kind of Celtic-folk via post-punk and (genuinely) industrial percussion. All very Scottish. Now a proper full vinyl reissue, thanks to the Good Energy label!
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Scott Walker
Sings Jacques Brel

On Scott Walker Sings Jacques Brel the luscious covers Walker made of the Belgian songwriter were compiled for the first time. Reissued by Music On Vinyl, these covers span Walker’s transition from baritone crooner into more avant-garde songwriter, and they’re consistently gorgeous, with expansive big band arrangements.

Here Comes The Duke

(To the tune of ‘Here Comes The Sun’) Here Comes The Duke, doo doo doo doo Here Comes The Duke And I say - it’s reggae.   Well, to be exact Here Comes The Duke is actually a compilation of rocksteady. Originally released by the mighty Trojan Records in 1968, this LP collects some of the tunes that legendary producer Duke Reid had cut throughout the ‘60s. Now reissued by Music On Vinyl, Here Comes The Duke contains cuts from artists like Tommy McCook and Ken Parker.
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Desmond Dekker & The Aces
007 Shanty Town

Do we really need to introduce this one? Well alright then. Once more for the cheap seats - this here record is a reissue of Desmond Dekker And The Aces’ seminal Rocksteady LP 007 (Shanty Town). Originally released in 1967, the title track is one of the first major reggae hits in the UK, still a classic to this day, blah blah blah. It's still good more than half a century later.

The Rutles
The Rutles

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Frank Zappa
Zappa In New York

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New World Music
Intellectual Thinking

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Current 93
Soft Black Stars

Soft Black Stars was he 15th album by folk-based experimentalists Current 93. Originally released in 1998, the album came 15 years into the band’s career. This remastered 2LP reissue features two additional versions of closing track Chewing On Shadows, never before released on vinyl. For the curious and uninitiated, Antony & The Johnsons recorded their own version of the title track for their I Fell In Love With A Dead Boy EP. Double LP on The Spheres.
Added to site: Thursday 28th March 2019

Jamaica Jazz from Federal Records: Carib Roots, Jazz, Mento, Latin, Merengue & Rhumba 1960-1968

Federal Records is generally considered to be responsible for birthing Rocksteady in the 1960’s, but Jamaica’s first recording studio also had a nice little side-thing going for jazz records at the same time. New Dub Store compilation Jamaica Jazz from Federal Records: Carib Roots, Jazz, Mento, Latin, Merengue & Rhumba 1960-1968 collates some crucial cuts from the period. Features Ernest Ranglin, Count Owen & His Calypsonians, Cecil Lloyd and many more.

Kevin Harrison
Inscrutably Obvious

Early days DIY electronic music from 1981! Kevin Harrison released his one and only LP album in that year, and it’s been an underground find ever since then. Kevin is making songs here, but the restrictions of bedroom production and the bounties of a unique sensibility make these songs suitably somewhat weird. Grand. First time reissue, on Superior Viaduct.


The highly regarded yet never quite made it Acetone are given an anthology for the very first time. They were taken on tour by fans of the band Oasis,  Spiritualised, and The Verve, with their mix of country, psych, surf and indie their songs are timeless and filled with place and feeling. Features tracks taken from across their 5 albums as well as 9 unreleased tracks and demos from recordings in their practice room.

Chris Carter
The Spaces Between

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Added to site: Wednesday 27th March 2019

Jesse Sharps Quintet & P.A.P.A.
Sharps and Flats

A crucial piece of spiritual soul jazz finally gets a vinyl issue for the first time courtesy of Outernational Sounds. Jesse Sharps recorded Sharps And Flats in 1985, a time when he was leading Horace Tapscott’s Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra. Indeed Tapscott himself plays piano on two tracks here, and final entry ‘McKowsky’s First Fifth’ is a full P.A.P.A. piece. For the first six numbers Sharps brings the freedom and fire of the P.A.P.A to his quintet while allowing more space for classic melody sections.

Drum Talk

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Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus
Promised Land Sounds

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Horace Andy
Dance Hall Style

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Nigeria 70: No Wahala: Highlife, Afro-Funk & Juju 1973-1987

Yes. Great news. Strut have been good to us in their two decades as a label, and one of the undisputed highlights of their catalogue is the Nigeria 70 series. As such, it makes perfect sense that Strut should grace us with a new instalment as part of their 20th birthday celebrations. No Wahala: Highlife, Afro-Funk & Juju 1973-1987 is another peerless collection of Lagos boogie tunes. Features Sir Victor Uwaifo, International Brothers Band and Etubom Rex Williams among others.

The Infinite Circle

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The Voice Of Q

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John Coltrane
Coltrane '58: The Prestige Recordings

Craft recordings celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Prestige Records label and the 60th of John Coltrane’s output as leader and co-leader in 1958. A massive 37 tracks represents his huge output from the time, working with such greats as Donald Byrd, Art Taylor, Red Garland, and many other incredible players. Comes with extensive liner notes, photos and an essay.
Added to site: Tuesday 26th March 2019

Happy Birthday!

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Kate Nash
My Best Friend Is You

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Gustavo Santaolalla
The Last Of Us - Original Score Vol 1

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Esquivel & His Orchestra
King Of Space-Age Pop

As the title of this LP points out, Esquivel was The King Of Space-Age Pop, otherwise known as lounge music, lounge jazz or even space-age bachelor pad music. Mexican band leader Juan Garcia Esquivel was a pianist of some repute and wrote music for TV and film in the ‘50s and ‘60s. His music has influenced Stereolab’s more quirky moments. 180g LP on Vinyl Passion.

DJ Krush

'Jaku' was originally released in 2004 and became something of a legendary record in the field of instrumental hip hop. The man behind it all, DJ Krush, worked in hip hop for years and has worked a slew of music related jobs; the result is a musician who can ruthlessly collage sounds together. Krush is in good company, here, with vocal contributions from rappers such as Mr. Lif and the tongue-twister himself, Aesop Rock. 'Jaku' sees reissue from Music On Vinyl.

Is This Real?

Unquestionably Portland's most well-loved punk group, the Wipers formed in the late 1970s and in 1980 released their debut LP, "Is This Real?"- twelve songs of stabbing, jittery guitar, snapped vocals, and unabashed teen angst. Full of desperation and yearning, the LP has stood as a blueprint for wretched youth for over 25 years. In the early 1990s "Is This Real?" was given mainstream attention when Nirvana covered two tracks off the record and Cobain announced it was one of the primary influences on his group. While it was reissued on compact disc and available as a part of the Wipers Boxed Set (Zeno), this is the first time "Is This Real?" has been available on vinyl in the U.S. since its initial release.

Sigur Rós
Ágætis byrjun

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