- Record of the Week. “The most refreshing thing since the wind last blew”.
- Peel back your ears for our latest Weekly Playlist.
- Pre-order: new Pye Corner Audio 10” on Death Waltz Originals.
- Every so often we like to give you a subtle reminder about our own imprint Public House.
Records eh? Who likes them? Well if you do then good because we have loads. We realised exactly how many when we started shifting our stock around so that it makes some kind of alphabetical sense. Please consider buying one, it will make this task easier. Here are some below to get you started….
Fresh as a nut.
- Kevin Morby. Now no need for Lou Reed at all.
- Now shorn of hat, how will Ride fare in middle age?
- Can ‘The Singles’ is a rollercoaster of brilliant/bad music.
- Jefre Cantu-Ledesma goes with the shoegaze.
- Fleet Foxes make this year’s messiest/most inventive folk.
- York ratbag Mark Wynn presents another batch of scratchy songs.
- Sebadoh chap Jason Loewenstein shows these young upstarts a thing or two.
- Modern Cosmology is Stereolab’s Laetitia Sadier with some Brazilian chaps.
- The Drums are now down to a one piece after the other one left to concentrate on his puppetry.
- Wild Honey are from Spain and make Stereolab/High Llamas style exotica.
- Brilliant Noo Yoik style new wave from Rips.
- Unreleased rehearsals and general pissing about from Alex Chilton.
- It’s the album you’ve all been waiting for. Tubular Bells done with brass as Tubular Brass.
- Progressive/preposterous synth rock from Bamboo.
- Thrilling Battles-esque avant rock from Palm.
- Stripped down garage indie from Chain and the Gang.
- Prog-tastic math rock from Yowie.
- Smooth and cinematic songwriting from Miranda Lee Richards.
- Motorik left field synth pop Karras from the Rakes and Maximo Park people.
- Irritating youtube funders Royal Blood.
- Vintage and mellow songwriting tour de force Michael Nau.
No Bullet Points:
Better luck next time.
Raging punk from Single Mothers, sentimental Death Cab-ish indie by Fiction Aisle, Pure Conjecture are Brakes and Electric Soft Parade folks still at it, preposterously-monikered Athens psych-pop from Lavender Holyfield, serious song weight from Abram Shook, The Peacers Neutral Milk Hotel style indie-folk, scraggy veterans Royal Trux, dead serious people Bamboo, cavern-voiced songstress Penelope Trappes, gloopy childish psych rockers Wet Hair and crying sunshine prog from the Ruby Suns.
Last of the summer wine...
- Game Theory’s great swan song ‘2 Steps from the Middle Ages’ gets re-issued.
- The Associates Billy Mackenzie’s bleak but beautiful posthumous ‘Beyond the Sun’ is vinylized.
- Death and Vanilla get their hauntological soundtrack to ‘Vampyr’ re-badged.
- Thrill Jockey present re-issues from grim folkers Arbouretum and Fahey-esque guitar twiddler Glenn Jones.
- Terry Riley’s 1972 masterwork Persian Surgery Dervishes gets a first issue since the 1970's.
Ant’s Electronic Round-Up:
“Dad…...Dave Noyze is hogging the Playstation”.
- Album of dystopian, futuristic/industrial electronics from former Coil member Drew McDowall.
- Ekoplekz back at it on Planet Mu with his signature, bubbling dubbed out, delay soaked wibblers.
- Nostalgic neon electro from Com Truise on Ghostly.
- Moderat’s live album now on vinyl in a fancy box set.
- Blue Hour gets remixed by Pangaea, Mark Broom, Substance and VC-118A.
- Perc’s third album of bleak, caustic industrial techno and beyond.
- Jonas Reinhardt / Jürgen Müller split LP of nu-skool Kosmische.
- Phillippe Hallais aka Low Jack goes weird shoegazing ambient of Modern Love.
- Kamikaze Space Program / XXX / Charlton / Credit 00 / Persian
- Don’t DJ lands on Japan’s EM label with two extended, hypnotic, percussive, tropical bubblers.
- Smart Lanark Artefax braindancer on Whities.
- Limited, mysterious Tribe of Colin 12” of throbbing techno - unverified rumour suggests it could be the work of John T. Gast.
- Classic Dutch techno from Unit Moebius, with their 12” on Bunker from 1993 reissued.
- Fine ambient/drone from Keith Berry with an epic 2CD set on Infraction.
- Isle of Jura resurrect Holy Ghost Inc. tune from 1990, incl. two previously unreleased Dubs unearthed from the original DAT’s.
- Mighty fine Sciahri techno weapons on Black Opal.
- K30 / DJ NinOo / Puto Anderson 3x 7” box set on Principe Discos - first pressing with individually hand-painted sleeves.
- Dopplereffekt’s ‘Cellular Automata’ LP vanished in a flash. Now available once more.
- The Bug vs Earth heavyweight collab album finally in on wax.
- Lurka / Bruce UK techno bombs remixed by Stenny, Asusu and Mosca.
- Dramatic, late night, melodic electronica from Run Dust on In Paradisum.
- DJ Sports 2LP on Firecracker plus Lord Of The Isles repress.
- Komodo Kolektif EP on Invisible Inc, for fans of Cyclobe, Psykick Warriors Of Gaia etc.
- Synth pop made by a pair of primary school Teachers 12” on WT Records.
- Vintage Chicago House from DJ Joe Lewis reissue on Clone Classic Cuts.
- Darkside, cavernous techno creepers from Separation Anxiety. Marbled wax on Horo.
- Lawrence Le Doux ‘Music For Documentaries’ on Hivern Discs. Soundtrack to docu about ‘A Cyborg Manifesto’ writer by Donna Haraway.
- Osirus Music goodies from Icore, Amorce cassette edition of 50 copies plus Pessimist repress.
- Dynamo Dreesen, SVN & A Made Up Sound - Sessions 03 hookup.
- Gently paced, slow moving house and electro from SVN aka Sven Rieger on his SUED label.
- Ace baroque 60s jangle a la Love/ the Byrds from Green Seagull.
- Rome is not a Town get their artwork done by Kim ‘n’ Thurstons daughter.
- Brilliant jangly indie from the No-ones (feat R.E.M’s Peter Buck on super-jangly guitar).
- David Bowie asks if you’ll ‘Be My Wife’. Tempted?
- Superorganism are a super duper 8 piece as spun by Frank Ocean.
That’s it. ‘Hi’ and ‘bye’ to our work experience lad Jamie who has now had his dreams of working in a record shop shattered forever.
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