- Record of the Week…..yeah we know it actually came out last week.
- Listen to some of the week’s best tunes on our Weekly Playlist
- 25% off 300+ items from recent months.
- We are now on Instagram in case anyone likes looking at pictures of records.
- Once again some items are coming into stock later than usual so there’ll be the odd item which we don’t have in yet. Below is everything we have or are expecting this week.
When swans look like this...
- Just arrived! Two things on Ghost Box…. a new one by the Focus Group and a re-issue by Belbury Poly.
- Coca Leaf groove out some scuzz and silliness.
- Best showing in years from anniversary celebrating Boris.
- Sidewalk Society cover Phil Collins faves the Action.
- Dirty and imperfect (but good) indie rock from Waxahatchee.
- Marcus Norberg and the Disappointments. He literally has the lowest voice in the history of voices.
- A very personal document of a man's descent into despair from John Murry.
- Dasher sounds like a dog but it’s actually a fuzzed up noise racket.
- Regulation janglers Triptides off up some new sunny day sounds.
- Excellent dream-pop shoegaze and ambient from National Screen Service (members of Prolapse).
- Alder and Ash play lovely neo-classical with nods to Warren Ellis, William Ryan Fritch.
- Got the new Kendrick Lamar in on vinyl at last.
- Not one but two albums from blurry hip-hoppers Shabazz Palaces.
- Dave Bazar (Pedro the Lion) and some pals as Lo Tom.
- Co-Pilgrim heart-warmed and introspective indie pop.
- Sun Seeker have shades of the Shins and Wilco. Promising.
- USA Nails use noise rock to aim barbs at celebrity culture.
Manky old ratbags…..
- Superlative Ghosts in the Shell soundtrack from Kenji Kawai.
- Folk rock dad Tim Buckley.
- Re-live the golden age of indie-pop on The Test of Time collection. Loads of greats.
- Lots of vinyl from strange superstar Kanye West.
- If you can’t be arsed trawling through their three albums just but the best of Big Star.
- Bed-dwelling Beatles destroyer Yoko Ono.
- Emotional rock from Temper Trap.
- Lovely folky re-issues on Tomkins Square from Will Beeley.
Ant’s Electronic Round-Up:
Sun, sea, sandcastles….. out of print Lakker 12”.
- Martin Jenkins aka Pye Corner Audio switches gear to full techno mode.
- Unique Shackleton with Anika hookup, adding her vocals to his ever magical sound on Woe To The Septic Heart.
- 2LP of superb blackened ritual/tribal/industrial gloom from Pact Infernal on Horo. Also ‘The Descent Chapter II Reincarnated’ w/ mixes from Svreca, Pris, Nastika and Ancestral Voices.
- Jan Schulte’s ‘Tropical Drums of Deutschland’ compilation has been a bugger to keep in stock, but we finally have more copies.
- Bullion does a fun, house rendition of ‘Blue Peter’ on The Trilogy Tapes in the spirit of AFX’s ‘Popcorn’.
- Xth Réflexion’s ace tapes re-imagining dub techno on /\Aught are now on wax via Chained Library! Also an abstract, noisy, technoid beast from Agnes.
- Killer Charles Manier 2LP on Bopside aka Tadd Mullinix operating in futuristic post-punk fashion.
- Man Power strips his style back a wee bit retaining full dancefloor functionality on Optimo Music.
- Tidy reissue of 1979 kosmische odyssey ‘Voyage Cerebral’ from French synthesist Didier Bocquet.
- Triple whammy of Berceuse Heroique limited edition 12” goodness from Don’t DJ, Loud-E and Ossia.
- Pianist Fabrizio Rat creates swirling techno using prepared piano, TB-303 and TR-909.
- Mesmerising, deep, hypnotic techno from Neel of Voices From The Lake on Spazio Disponibile. Plus expansive droning ambient from Neel & Filippo Scorcucchi present LF58 on Auxillary.
- Hazy, drifting deep house from Hanna on Funkineven’s Apron label.
- Dank, Bristolian bass vibrations from Rhythmic Theory / Pessimist on Creme Organization. Also an awesome Pessimist repress 12” on Samurai Music.
- Proper electro 2LP from Versalife aka Boris Bunnik / Conforce on DUB.
- Ambient coolers from Japan’s Ametsub, featuring Seefeel and Austin Cesear mixes.
- Synthy kraut action from Cosmic Ground on Deep Distance.
- ASC deep space ambient opus ‘Trans Neptunian Objects’.
- Burnt Friedman at his most mystical and on fine form with an EP inspired by a book on NDE’s.
- Warm ambient weepers with added tape gunk from Endless Melancholy.
- Rump shakers from 19 year old Portuguese producer Nídia Minaj on Principe Discos.
- DJ Tennis gets his ‘DJ-Kicks’ out in time for Wimbledon incl. Basic Channel, Pole, Monolake, Bochum Welt, D'Arcangelo, Loscil etc.
- Pair of ambient dreamers with post-rock flourishes on Sound In Silence from Liam J Hennessy and [.que].
- Seekersinternational ‘Ragga Preservation Society’ mixtape gets vinylized.
- Peculiar, intimate sounds from JH1.FS3 aka Puce Mary and Jesse Sanes of Hoax on Joachim Nordwall’s iDEAL Recordings.
- Rephlex / Colundi Sequence hero Aleksi Perälä 12” of bleeping party starters, plus Jackin’ club trax from Cadans (for fans of Blawan, Dreams and Randomer). Both on Clone Basement Series.
- Tons more including; Patricia 12” on Spectral, Kobosil 12” on Ostgut Ton, Mike Dehnert 2LP on Fachwerk, Ancestral Voices 2LP repress on Samurai Horo, ADMX-71 aka Adam X 12” on L.I.E.S.
Care for a small?
- Callow-voiced singer songwriter Anton Barbeau covers psych era classics.
- Fuchsia’s superb late 60’s psych pop is showcased on a double vinyl single on Fruits De Mer.
- Old school guitar wranglings from Little Barrie
They are like records...but on a page.
- 17 years worth of John Dwyer posters collected.
- Shy and retiring composer Peter Broderick releases his Piano Works as a score so you can hack along yourself.
There you go. Was that nice? More on Tuesday.
Words: Clint, Ant and parts of Robin.
Work: Phil, Kim, Robin, old Jamie, Benn, Laurie, Nathon and big ol’ Ian.
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