Thursday January 5th 2017
- January Sale - 25% off nearly 200 items!
- CHEAP! Home Normal CDs. Updated with some older cheapness.
- 80 Top Pre-orders for 2017.
- The inaugural 2017 Record of the Week.
We’ve been having a couple of little sales to help you get musical cheapness during the post-Christmas scrimping period. There’s nearly 200 recent titles with 25% off until tomorrow so be quick if you want to take advantage. Also there’s some cheap Home Normal goodness if you want a wallet-friendly way of procuring new music for the new year.
This week we edge into January with a smattering of joyful new discs. Let us peruse…..
A few new things to tear open….
- East Coast (...of America) legends A Tribe Called Quest first in a lengthy slab of time.
- Shaggy Australian pals Nick Cave and Warren Ellis take a trip to Mars.
- Neil Young’s latest music ‘Peace Trail’ is now in on vinyl.
- Fruits De Mer celebrate their 100th release with a new set from The Honey Pot.
- Hard to imagine Nicole Sabourne was a contestant on Sweden’s version of The Voice. Scary.
- Minimal guitar maestro Charlie Ulyatt pays homage to Sir Leonard Cohen.
- Girl One and the Grease Guns return with some 80s style indie/fuzz pop.
- Bonkers pop from Mazomas.
- Career spanning collection of US growlers Babes in Toyland.
- Weybridge’s best rock juggernaut You Me At Six.
- Eccentronic Research Council and Fat White Family folks hook up as The Moonlandingz.
- Like when Knopfler discovered psych/drone ...it’s Expo 70
Roughly the size of a small flan.
- The latest exquisitely packaged from Box Bedroom Rebels by Horse Beach sorts Field Route.
- A new year singalong from popular Scottish laddie C.Duncan.
- Half Japanese-esque mayhem from Quilt Boy.
- Debut single from really popular new London people Shame.
Ant’s Electronic Round-Up
Introducing Sleeparchive to the cub scout leader.
- Brian Eno’s back at the olde ambient game with new album ‘Reflection’ complete with low-res selfie sleeve art.
- Third and final installment in Mai Mai Mai’s Greek alphabet trilogy. Powerful electronics like the apocalypse of an ancient civilization.
- Stellar foreboding/ pure bliss LP from ZAIMPH aka Marcia Bassett. 300 copies on her own Yew imprint.
- Not new as such but we just discovered this glorious album by Barnaby Carter. Evocative glacial electronics for fans or Arovane, Burial and Durutti Column.
- Reissue of Frank Dommert weirdo obscurity from 1990 on Spencer Clark’s Pacific City Sound Visions label.
- Ace, gnarly, electro-acid squelcher EP from Ekman on Bedouin.
- Bunch of 80’s horror soundtrack type action on Lunaris Records from Repeated Viewing, Sorcery and Vercetti Technicolor.
- Max Graef & Glenn Astro 12” on Ninja Tune with Byron The Aquarius, Greg Beato and IMYRMiND remixes.
That's it for now. See you when things happen.
Words: Clint and Ant
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